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Originally posted by tyranny22
What gets me is that people have no problem accepting this gentleman's word on working under and with Eisenhower or being Secretary General. They don't question whether or not he was put in charge (by President Eisenhower) of training and arming foreign troops. All that is perfectly acceptable.
BUT, when he starts talking about extraterrestrial autopsies ... well, obviously the man must be crazy. And in fact, the person even referencing the video must be a wack-o as well.
What makes this subject so un-acceptable for MOST people??? Is it that it makes them feel inferior as a species? Maybe it completely undermines their religion? I'm not sure. But, what I am sure of is that their has to be other intelligent beings in this Universe (simply from a mathematical standpoint). And it makes perfect sense to me that they haven't made contact with our primitive thinking, emotion filled species.
I dunno. Maybe the government is in the right about not releasing any information or acknowledging an extraterrestrial present. The majority of our species' mind's are still too feeble to accept the information.
It's sad really. It just shows me that human kind has a lot more evolving to do before we really start to understand our lives and this Universe we all exist in.
[edit on 13-8-2009 by tyranny22]
Originally posted by DaMod
I know why, even though I agree with you. People can accept that Aliens exist out there in the vastness of the universe. People can accept that they might have interstellar capabilities. People can not accept that they have come to earth. For some reason our little blue ball is off limits to aliens in the minds of many. I've seen many skeptical and regular average joes say they could believe there is other life out there, but it never visited earth. I'm sure it's with good reason. Think about how hard that would be for some people, how scared it would make them. Most of them instantly would jump to the conclusion of invasion. I guess disregarding everything having to do with aliens visiting earth is more of a defense mechanism than anything.
Originally posted by tallcool1
That would equate to me, an "intelligent" Earth life form, travelling from my home in Washington state to - let's say Australia, just to look at an amoeba farm. Why would I travel all that distance to see something so mundane?
Just as a “for instance”: I truly believe that one of the main reasons for our precipitous invasion of Iraq was to make a beeline for Baghdad, and use a mob scene as a cover, for a very concerted effort to loot the Iraqi National Museum. What were they after? They were after newly discovered artifacts, tablets, scrolls and such that were being found in the ancient Sumerian cities of Uruk and some of these other places by French and German archaeological teams -- interestingly enough, the two countries who were most opposed to our entry into Iraq.
And what was taken? Very possibly knowledge of ancient energy manipulation technology. And this gets into anti-gravity and a bunch of weird and exotic technologies that conventional science would laugh at. But then, when you really study the issue, you find that these technologies have been worked on since at least World War II and have been kept under very ultra-secret classification programs ever since, because this is our leading edge technology.
So, you can see how it all ties together; Ancient history, UFOs, secret societies, the world government. It’s all part of the same big ball of wax, and unless you back off and take that broad overview and study a wide variety of topics, you’re never going to figure out what’s going on.