reply to post by Spirit Warrior 11:11
Very good thread, starred & flagged.
Science is still coming to terms with the multitude of dimensions out there. That is just the tip of the iceberg.
I'm pretty much right at the point you are. Have been studying this subject for 18 years and have come up with the same conclusions you have.
I first began to question if we were alone back in the mid 60’s when I was young and lived on a farm. We use to go out stargazing at night because
we lived at the top of a hill and there was no light pollution. Back then you could see a million stars. Young people that have never experienced a
clear night sky have no idea how marvelous it is to see so many stars, millions like little pin holes of light.
I lived with my older sister and her husband because my mother had died of lung cancer when I was ten. I also would like to mention my brother in law
worked for McDonnell Douglas as an expeditor. He was a very no nonsense man, did not believe in ESP, ghosts, or little green men from
mars…………………until one summer night we saw a small (a little bigger than this period. and smaller than a bullet in MS Word.) way up in the
night sky. It was bright like the other stars but it moved literally from one end of the sky to the other within seconds, then back again, than
zig-zagged around, darting here and there for a few moments, then disappeared. This bright dot went forwards, backwards, up and down without having
to loop around to turn, fast doesn’t even begin to describe it. It had complete mobility in all directions.
My brother in law sat up and said, “What the hell!” I said, “It’s probably a satellite”. He said, “We don’t have anything that can go
that fast or turn like that”. I said, “It’s probably Russian”. He said, “No one on the planet has anything capable of doing that”. He
then quickly gathered us up, rushed us in the house and turned off all the lights. My sister told him he was nuts, he said, “We’re sitting on top
of a hill and something was out there, up there.”
I never seen this no nonsense man scared except on that one night. We were never allowed to go out star gazing at night afterwards and we knew better
than to ever mention the subject again. So I have always wondered what I saw. When I say this thing went fast, we are talking very very very very
fast – you cannot imagine how fast this thing went and how it could reverse, no looping around to turn, just reversed.
Now that I am retired, I have a lot more time to study this.
Your quote above is right on........I've read several books by Michio Kaku, who while a mainstream scientist also is brave enough to come out and
say, hey we've got to be willing to let go of our arrogant and narrow mindedness.
I think there are not only multiple aliens here, but I've also come to the conclusion that they come from multiple "places", ie: planets,
dimensions, parallel worlds and or timelines. And, that is why it is so hard to nail down exactly the what and who of it. There are many multiples
of what exactly is going on.
Looking forward to your findings and hope this thread does not get side tracked like so many do with the skeptics. If anyone reading this does not
believe we have an alien presence, fine, simply go to another thread - let's try and honor Spirit Warriors wishes and keep this on track for those of
us that do believe.
Some of the books I have read over the past 2-3 years on this topic are:
UFOs and the National Security State Chronology of a Cover up 1941-1973 by Richard Dolan
UFOs & The National Security State The Cover Up Exposed 1973-1991 by Richard Dolan
The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot
Physics Of The impossible by Michael Kaku
Parallel Worlds by Michael Kaku
Witness To Roswell by Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt
Various (7-8) of Maximillien de Lafayett’s books – one I highly recommend is The Anunnaki Final Warning to Earth, and their Return in 2022 5th
Most of Laura Knight-Jadczyk’s books
All of David Icke’s books
The Cosmic War by Joseph P. Farrell
All of Jim Marrs books
Slave Species of god by Michael Tellinger
Revelations by Jacques Vallee
Dimensions by Jacques Vallee
Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls by Nigel Kerner
The Universe Solved by Jim Elvidge
The Elegant Universe by Brian Greene
Hidden In Plain Sight by Richard Sauder
Hidden Dimensions by Alan Wallace
Warped Passages by Lisa Randall
Dark Mission by Richard Hoagland
The Threat by David Jacobs
The above list is just to give those out there an idea of what I consider research and to dispel any ideas of any skeptics out there thinking my
definition of research is picking up two or three books and breezing through them.
The first book on the alien presence issue I read was The Gods of Eden by William Bramley and to me this was a monumental read because the guy took
seven years of researching why man goes to war and came out with a totally different book than what he first thought he was going to have.
Again, I do hope the skeptics and trolls go play somewhere else and leave just this one thread for serious discussion.