posted on Sep, 21 2009 @ 01:17 AM
I would like to point out that it is said that we only use 10% of our brain, but the number of variables involved with this theory along with the tiny
amount of research that has gone into brain studies do not lend much credence to this theory.
I am positive of myself that I use more than 10% of my brain. I am sure many people here use more than 10% of their brains.
Besides, I'd go so far to say without even having to thoroughly research this idea that most people who only use 10% of their brains are people who
specialize in only one area of thinking for most of their lives.
I'd say most people here at ATS attempt to specialize in MANY areas.
That being said, we choose to believe what we believe. Yes many are conditioned, but all in all, 90-99% of people have some sort of outside contact.
That means that everyone eventually ends up with the choice to ignore any introspection. Imagine this if you will.
Momma and daddy (the Annunaki) decided to argue in front of the kids (you and me) while the kids were busy playing with their rocks. The kids, who
had been told to play with the rocks and find the shiny stuff and report back to momma and daddy, witnessed this arguing one time in the little tikes
play cave. One kid looked at the other kid and thought to himself, "Yeah. Why should I listen to you anyway?" and proceeds to club his brother in
the head with the rock until momma and daddy run over and say, "What were you thinkin?" The violent kid responded, "What were YOU thinking?"
Seeing as how the Annunaki commonly had fits with eachother, then it only follows that the kids would do similar(monkey-see, monkey-do anybody?).
Unfortunately, the kids didn't realize that the debating between their parents was more logical and failed to miss the point. Therefore, the kids,
having strong bodies and relatively sharp minds(in a rebellious teenager sort-of-way), ended up "raising cain" so-to-speak and momma and daddy said,
"Oops!" and bailed because, "them hy-birds dun gawt lews! F'rgit th'gold'n R - U - N!"
So, basically, whether we were programmed to do what we were told to do or not, we did just that! The annunaki accounts certainly never claim that
the annunaki were flawless...
[edit on 9/21/2009 by TarzanBeta]