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Many of you are actually Aliens

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posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:51 PM
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m0r1arty:

Well, it depends on your definition of God. I've never agreed with the one in Scripture, any war mongler. My friend who is an experiencer was clinically dead for 33 minutes and suffered no brain damage. What he expressed as his nde, was precisely what I feel strongly is true. The Creator is not a God who promotes Wars and Depopulation and animal sacrifices. We are all parts of the Creator, and our Higher Self exists outside this matrix. We are but a part of ourselves as well, and the other parts are learning lessons and learning too, as we speak. We go to experience, (he was told there were 22 dimensions I believe) everything, good, bad and inbetween practically. He was shown thousands of lifetimes in many different galaxies, with thousands more to go. We hand in all our knowledge to our Creator and in the end, after ascending through the levels, reaching ever more advanced worlds to incarnate in, until we no longer need to, when we reach the highest level, we begin a whole new adventure.

He had to come back to help this planet for what upgrade, or ascension or changes was upcoming. He said many of us had chosen to be here for this moment and it involved earth herself as well. He believes in the separation, positive 5d, negative 5d and those on the fence, or sleepers another 3d world to learn in. There is a dimension reached where there is no split between the positive and negative sides.
I don't know about this last part, for I believe in an upgraded earth and people, and freedom from slavery.

Edit to add: he watched them write out the death certificate before his nde began. Good thing he wasnt an organ donor, eh?


[edit on 2-6-2009 by mystiq]




posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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Originally posted by bloodline

Originally posted by DarkStar86
I'm a big skeptic when it comes to this new age stuff although I truly believe I'm an Indigo.

I did have this one strange occurrence about six months ago or so. I was watching a movie with friends and had smoked for the 1st time in a few weeks. My mind was racing not being entertained by the movie, it felt too slow to me. Then a voice suddenly said, you are alien. It freaked me out to say the least. I havent told anyone about it.


You were smoking weed.

Weed is a drug.

You were on drugs.



Don't allow this post to discredit your experience. When I smoked the first time I ran around the exterior of my friend's house yelling for everyone to get on the bus...for fifteen minutes straight. I've smoked a lot since, haven't heard voices, and didn't call for people to get on the bus.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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I've always felt different than other people. When I was a child my teachers and my doctor said I should be on ritalin for ADD. My mom refused to put me on medicine. My son already shows the signs of ADD\ADHD, but like my mother I will not try to stop this. I think after anlyizing my childhood that people with this just develop differently. I feel like my brain has a different thought pattern than most. It seems like I am constantly analyzing things without even realizing it.

I like going to crowded places and sitting by myself and observing the way people act. It seems like people need social interaction to feel good about the reality they accept. I never really entertained the idea that I was a alien. I have just accepted that my brain functions in a way that does not allow me to take part in social interactions of that type. In fact I am happier this way because I can read a person just by observing them. I feel like I have pure love in my heart for everything around me, but I am so different from people that I don't know how to show it. I have problems even talking about it to my wife.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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Oh wow! You don't agree and find their view threatening to yours so you resort to personal attacks and insults to assert some dominant position, put others "in their place" as "social outcasts" by ostracizing them.

Check your own reality.

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To the real intent of this thread, I have my own reasons to believe it. But I would warn against adopting belief systems to validate or explain it. At that point it becomes another "movement", another "religion", just another following to be perverted for the ego consumption of the weak. Don't assume any answers lie easily in fields defined as right or wrong.

Except perhaps this one: You are here, therefore you belong. It is right to be so.



[edit on 2/6/09 by TravelerintheDark]



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:56 PM
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The one thing that always gets me with this kind of stuff is why do we personally have no knowledge of any of this or of our past? What would be the point "incarnating" on some other planet if once there we don't even remember anything about our real selves or our past?

Throughout my life I have felt pretty much exactly the way that most people are describing in this thread, but there is no way for me to know for sure that I am some spiritual entity that has existed before in some other star system. The way we all feel different from other humans could be explained by other reasons/phenomenon other than being an alien. Maybe we're aliens, or maybe we're just smarter humans. Who knows.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:56 PM
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Those are excellent questions moriarty. I don't think any of us know the answer to that although some may have beliefs, but we do not really know.
My instinct tells me that when we are outside of physical form we are all in the same plane. Then again maybe there are different planes for different levels of consciousness and the physical world is the only place that beings of various levels of awareness can interact. Maybe the sky is made of cheese.
We just don't know. but that is why we sit here and argue ideas of what is beyond the physical world.. hoping that one day we will stumble upon the truth and recognize it. I think we have bits and pieces of the puzzle correct and just need to fill in the blanks.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 01:59 PM
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posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:00 PM
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Originally posted by Elepheagle

Originally posted by bloodline

Originally posted by DarkStar86
I'm a big skeptic when it comes to this new age stuff although I truly believe I'm an Indigo.

I did have this one strange occurrence about six months ago or so. I was watching a movie with friends and had smoked for the 1st time in a few weeks. My mind was racing not being entertained by the movie, it felt too slow to me. Then a voice suddenly said, you are alien. It freaked me out to say the least. I havent told anyone about it.


You were smoking weed.

Weed is a drug.

You were on drugs.



Don't allow this post to discredit your experience. When I smoked the first time I ran around the exterior of my friend's house yelling for everyone to get on the bus...for fifteen minutes straight. I've smoked a lot since, haven't heard voices, and didn't call for people to get on the bus.


I wasn't discrediting his experience. I was pointing out that he was indeed under the influence of a drug, which likely is the reason he heard a voice. Just a possibilty. I don't know for sure. Call me crazy, but a lot of people see a lot of things on drugs.

Ask snoop.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:03 PM
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I probably am an Alien, but not from Pleiades or with the usual New Age doctrine hogwash that accompanies it, like linear spiritual evolution, Karma, upgrading and learning lessons from 'ascended masters of the white brotherhood' of the flaky galactic federation... blah blah...

I'm from a constellation where we live in peace and harmony AND JUST LIVE for the sake of living. Not to learn lessons or be purged of bad Karma or to follow some Maytreya Master around...

No, merely to have good food, good company, a good love life, sex life, some creative hobbies, beautiful scenery and many a dance party. Just to enjoy the simple little things in life and to add to the planet's vast archives of art, music and comedy for future entertainment. We are very grateful for our planet and don't wish to 'evolve' into some higher foggy dimension of boredom.

We learn and unlearn, evolve and devolve, eb and flow, to the rhythm of the All.

Not to be hating on your parade here Mulder, I think there might be a lot of truth to these concepts, but I'm just posting this for those Starseed among us who also often need a puke baggy when they hear more best-sellers New Age drivel on the Masters of Light from the Constellation of....

Wherever we're from, there ain't no Masters.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:05 PM
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Do you feel important telling other people they are gullible? Which one really does harm, for people to believe they have something to give or to try and take it away from them?

If we assume our personal experiences are meaningless, and to believe in the gullible, then we are merely slaves to whatever power we project to be it science, religion or government.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:06 PM
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I'm sorry, but I feel this idea to be almost ridiculous. I don't mean to be offensive but what ever happened to being an idividual? if you don't feel as if you fit in, if you can't find your way doesn't necisaraly mean your some sort of alien, more likely means quite the opposite! your porbably more human if you feel as if this backwards society we've grown a custom to holds no place for you, that you have no home why would you jump to the conclusion that you aren't human? you know the great philosopher descartes did say, the only thing you can't doubt is doubt its self, you should busy yourself not with some wayward quest to prove your alienship but instead focus on what your real purpose may be the NO-THING (god) permitting and find out what this world has to really offer you -93- Frater OUT.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:09 PM
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Originally posted by TravelerintheDark
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Oh wow! You don't agree and find their view threatening to yours so you resort to personal attacks and insults to assert some dominant position, put others "in their place" as "social outcasts" by ostracizing them.

Check your own reality.


[edit on 2/6/09 by TravelerintheDark]



Well excuse me if you are the one showing symptoms of a mental disability. Can you fly around like a scientologist can? All I see everytime I look at this thread is mankind taking huge steps backwards with the help of confused adolescents who think they are the X men. No one would refer to you as mentally handicapped had you not acted like it. The crazy old people home is where you here about crap like this, not a message board that tries to take itself seriously.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by Deus Ex Machina 42
Silly hippies trying to spread this nonsense to make people feel important.



I like you but some times I feel like hitting you! Why must you use the term hippies in connection with very aware and intelligent people DEM 42???

It really annoys me that Im called a hippy or new age crazy person just because I believe aliens are amongst us. I think this thread is one of the best we've had in a while, it is taking on a very real subject and has some excellent posts, ideas and personal experiences on it. The only problem with this thread is keeping up with it
If you go away for longer than 5 mins another 4 pages has been added...sort of proves it has hit a chord with many dont you think...we cant all be crazy hippies.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:12 PM
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Originally posted by Mr Green

Originally posted by Deus Ex Machina 42
Silly hippies trying to spread this nonsense to make people feel important.



I like you but some times I feel like hitting you! Why must you use the term hippies in connection with very aware and intelligent people DEM 42???

Your own words. No one else is saying this.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:13 PM
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Originally posted by m0r1arty
Alright Stop - Hammertime.

Let's just imagine, for the briefest of moments, that some people have alien souls within them and that's why they feel displaced around others.

What happens after they die?

Is there a god?

Are there rules to live rightly by?



Excellent, some forward thinking questions.


What happens after WE die.

Let us say that this person is a devout Christian for statistics sake. After they die, they will go into a sort of holding pattern. We go to a resting place to gather our energy and heal from the physical existence. Time is relative here and everything is self paced. Then this person will likely go to the easiest transition 'destination'. For this person it is going to be their perception of Heaven. This Heaven will be built upon their beliefs and imagination. Some souls will spend lifetimes here until they realize there is something bigger. Many come to realize this place is a collective consciousness construct (much like our 3D experience here). Then they will break out and join their soul group. This is a group of souls who help each other progress. They are all the same general vibration (level). They have guides and a clear picture of what they are doing and where they want to be. There is more of course, but in general...

Is there a god?

Question for the ages eh? In short YES. To describe God in terms of human perception is an injustice. Enjoy the characters portrayed as God in mythology, religions, etc.. for what they are. Human descriptions of the One Consciousness which is infinite and indescribable. To name or describe the One only limits that which simply IS INFINITE. We are God. All of us, all of creation. The chair you sit in is formed of consciuosness units and is also part of all of us.

Are there rules to live rightly by?

This is another great question. You know that there are rules for everything. Society and religions have rules simply for order. They are a baseline. Nothing more. God will not punish you for breaking the 10 commandments. Everyone breaks these rules every day. They are not the end all be all, they are a baseline. That does not mean they are wrong or right. The rules we live by are one.... FREE WILL. The basic universal law is to not interfere with or remove another beings Free Will. This is why 'aliens' don't just drop down and appear on Larry King. They would violate this law. The populace is holding on to a paradigm and they do not have the right to interfere with it. This will be a different story when the collective consciousness believes we are not alone in majority fashion. Then the scenario changes.

The rules to follow reside in your heart. Do you need another human to tell you that you should not kill or harm a puppy or baby? No. These things are felt in the heart. It's not because they are cute you see. The same is true for all free will decisions in life. Your heart is where the answers to this question reside. You will not be punished (at the soul level) for any choice you make. Rather, choices are celebrated for the experience they generate.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:15 PM
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I grew up on an orchard with many "hippies" heavily influenced by the 60s, in the 70s, and all I can say is, being called a hippie is a complement, for these were some very idealistic and aware people. I always call myself one, though I don't smoke anything funny.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by mystiq
I grew up on an orchard with many "hippies" heavily influenced by the 60s, in the 70s, and all I can say is, being called a hippie is a complement, for these were some very idealistic and aware people. I always call myself one, though I don't smoke anything funny.


Only hippies reffer to themselfs as idealistic and aware. No one outside the moon circle believes so.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by OKCBtard

Originally posted by Spooky Fox Mulder


1) You always had a feeling that you don't belong here on this planet.

2) You've always felt being very different from humans.

3) You have a strong longing to "go home", although you don't know where home is (but its' not on this planet).

4) You often tend to watch humans and think "Why are they making things so complicated? It's really not that complicated."

5) You have a strong sense of purpose - that you are on this planet for a reason.

6) You may posses supernatural abilities: telepathy, clairvoyance, clairsentience, super empathy, etc.


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Oh wow. Way to describe every person who doesn't want to fit in with society. It is called being socially retarded, usually because you have a lack of people skills and probably ride the short bus. Just for the record, NO ONE has the ability of telepathy,clairvoyance,clairsentience, pyrokenisis or any crap special ability made up to amuse children. At least I have never seen it done.


Sounds like when autistic people think they are special and above everyone when really it is a mental retardation and they have zero social skills.


Wow are you so incredibly wrong and obnoxious here I have to respond. Government has done studies on many of the abilities you've seen above. Srs bznss.

Why insult? I mean, to disagree is one thing. Insults are just un-called for, immature, and self-revealing.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:17 PM
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This is craziness. That said, I fit 5 of the 6 "symptoms." Does this mean that I'm some sort of non-human with a human body and human DNA? No. It just means I'm a restless young adult who has yet to find his meaning in life and needs to find his "place," where he should be - what he should be doing. - etc.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:17 PM
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OKCBtard:

No, not even true. Anyone who says that really wasnt aware of what the 60s and 70s meant, and what was lost in the following years.
Very very privileged to have grown up with so much intelligence, social conscious, political awareness, from those who lived and worked on our farm, some who travelled all the way from Switzerland to work for my father because they were told about him, not to mention my family. We've never been sheeple.


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