posted on Aug, 9 2009 @ 02:31 AM
Can't see the video, looked at her website, trying to keep open mind... failing...
It's a bit odd that she keeps referring to herself as "commander". That's all a bit fifties sci-fi to me. I looked at her replies to questions
and they just seemed lame.
I'm not a hardcore skeptic on these things. My favourite UFO documentary, ever, is Capturing the Light. And I don't rule out reincarnation:
I think there are two or three really good cases that are (to me) convincing evidence that it can happen.
But the UFO phenomenon has always attracted... kooks. The kind of people that entirely populate the movie "Trekkies". I don't know if you've
ever seen it, but it is a crash course in human weirdness. My feeling is that she's a fantasist, but I haven't seen the video. I looked on Google
video of "Sanni Ceto" but nothing came up.
And as another poster pointed out, she makes dolls? Frankly, if I'd been the "commander" of an alien ship and reincarnated, even as a
slighly nutty woman, I'd be trying to make something more useful and perhaps more technological.
On the subject of DNA testing, I feel compelled to point out that until comparatively recently, geneticists were quite happy to admit that they
thought 90% od the DNA molecule had no purpose whatsoever. They even called it "junk" DNA. I never, for a moment, believed this awesome
pronouncement and sure enough, it seems like it might not be true after all.
However, if you're going to try to find differences between "normal" human DNA (and where are you going to get that from, one wonders? How shall
we define "normal"? That's not a question many people want to ask or answer) and, er, hybrid DNA, looking at only 10% of the molecule doesn't
give me much confidence that you're going to find something.
So if scientists pronounced her DNA to be "normal" I wouldn't take that at face value either.
I really don't know where I am on the whole "walk-in"/"indigo" thing. Except that I think there's a lot of BS around the subject. It's just a
way for people to make themselves feel special. I have to say that the Project Camelot interview with the indigo child (conducted by Kerry, of
course) was just atrocious.
I'm quite open to the idea of walk-ins... but the reality always seems so lame.
[edit on 9-8-2009 by rich23]