posted on Jun, 5 2010 @ 12:55 PM
Channeling are easy to fake. So easy, in fact, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that every channeler has either been a hoaxer or mentally ill.
All you need is an audience willing to believe, then telling them what they want to hear.
This is how easy it is...
"My name is Ra Scipio, speaking to you through the one you know as DoomsdayRex. My real form would appear to you equal parts crustacean and fungus.
Quantum physics allows to us to speak through humans, so our appearance will not frighten you. I bring you a message of grave warning and wondrous
Ghroth, the Harbinger World, known to you as Nibiru, is fast approaching your world. It is in a spiral orbit on the opposite side of the sun from your
Earth and is the color of starless space, making it impossible for your scientists to see. Aeons ago Ghroth devastated the worlds of Barsoom and
Thotheen, know to you as Mars and Venus respectively.
The Astaroth Command, a government of peace-loving worlds throughout the galaxy, are ready to save humanity from fate of Barsoom and Thotheen. But
humanity must prove they are ready to be saved and join the galactic community! We have watched your young species become corrupt and destructive; it
makes our hearts heavy. Give up your materialism. It is your want that creates the suffering on your planet. You must be rid of the evils of nuclear
weapons, pollution, national borders and money. Learn the healing powers and infinite energy of crystals, as quantum physics teaches us! Your leaders
have fallen under the despoiling sway of the Draco aliens; do not look to them to save you!
Even if humanity cannot change their ways, the Astaroth Command will not let your species be snuffed out. We will save those few who have shown us the
great potential of humanity. Fear not, for we are watching and we love you.
Peace of Light Be Upon You!"
See, not too hard at all. Give your alien a name that sound authoritative and mystical name (for that I used Roman and Egyptian names), throwing in
equal parts sci-fi horror, Victorian planetary romance, New Age nonsense and an appeal-to-quantum physics for good measure. I guarantee if I had
posted this as supposed fact instead of satire, there would be plenty of people believing it.