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Originally posted by lasertaglover
It is easier for me to believe that UFO's are military technology, lost ancient earth civilization living in Antartica or under the crust of our planet, or that they come from a completely different universe or dimension, than it is for me to believe that UFO's are aliens from our own reality.
Aliens would say:
1. We are good aliens and if we land, we fix all of your problems. (Ain't nothing been fixed so far)
2. We are bad aliens and if we land, we eat you all up or kill you. (I am still here lol)
3. We are aliens and this planet is so insignificant compared to the universe, that we have no reason to land. (Doesn't matter if this is the right one, cause we would never know)
I mean come on, if we could travel light years away from us and found a civilization that could communicate, we would stop and say hi pretty openly, don't ya think?
Do I believe there are UFO's? Yes, but not in anyway that we can understand. Aliens do not land cause they are terrestial anyway, or from so far outside our frame of reference that it does not matter. Anyway, just my thoughts.
Originally posted by Student X
reply to post by ufosbri
Aliens don't land because they are not biological in nature, they are psychic in nature. They did not evolve on another planet, they evolved in our collective psyche. That means they are subjected to the sheep-goat effect. Only if enough people believe in them and want them to land will they be able to overcome the conflicting desires and beliefs in our collective psyche.
[edit on 30-7-2010 by Student X]
Originally posted by ufosbri
reply to post by SeekerLou
Interesting Stories there is a few cases were there landed in fields with no one around apart from mabe one person is doing something nearby. they probly no better than to land near populated areas.
Will have a look at that link cheers
[edit on 24/09/2008 by ufosbri]