posted on Apr, 18 2010 @ 10:38 PM
Originally posted by FireMoon
Nice one karl...
Plus that, many sightings seem to have an element whereby, the person's own expectations of what it would be like were met. That is, a suggestion
that , at least part of the interaction between them and us, was a *planted memory*.
I beg to differ to some degree. It is more complex than that. "Planted memories" goes hand in hand with planted, duties, tasks, actions and
There is a whole literature of Earth humans seemingly interacting with UFO humans, usually if not always, they looked like beautiful humans. Nordic
blondes as a rule. Basically, an ideal scenerio, wouldn't you say to avoid instant digust or total fear?
So we had initial contact with non-threatening beautiful humans. Still, the first woman hide under the table, but that was the extent of her fright.
She had confronted a scary, unknown aerial object--but this was only 10 years after WWII when she had obviously experienced some degree of frightful
things. Yet we can say this was a "warm and fuzzy encounter" to the best it could be. In the other case the woman and her friend probably reacted
far less than if the "man" had been an escaped gorilla. Note that in a casual way the fellow drapes his arm on the roof as would a familiar friend
stopping for a chat.
We can wonder if that period, with the multiple human-like cases in the literature that are frequently totally disbelieved within the last several
decades, was simply a staged events such as them all, a mild introduction to unearthly visitors that just happened to look human. Ask yourself: What
was the purpose of either of these events. Answer: Being seen and getting chummy with the locals.
From there over the decades, we have moved to small humanoids. Actually, the LGM, the Little Green Men of UFOs started appearing also about that
time. We now call them greys. Perhaps they saw no great reason to keep up the human-like charade.
Is that the final stage of presentations to us, or is there another stage--that we have heard about occasionally over the decades where the looks and
even the smell of the apparent ETs sends people into extreme hysteria?
Someone said once: "Nothing is as it seems," and that certainly applies to UFOs. Because they have the ability to MAKE things look as they seem.
And that is scarier that a real slime blob with tentacles and one big eye. Well, almost.