Originally posted by mojo4sale
An alien race would be very unlikely to have similar morals to anything we hold dear. Just the fact of them evolving in a different environment would
entail a different set of moral values and ethics. Look at some of the different morals of races from different countries here on earth.What to us is
seen as "strong moral values" may mean nothing to aliens.We need to stop putting our expectations of what alien behavior will be. By definition it
will be alien .
You are espousing the tenets of moral relativism. That truth and morality are all relative to one's culture and that no one is really held
accountable for anything.
Nothing can be further from the truth.
Near Death Experience research indicates that truth and morality are not relative at all but absolute. After bodily death, the souls of the
Zetan-aliens (as well as all other humanoid souls and us too) are judged equally in The Light Of The God Force. Universal Law cannot be changed one
iota, although many have tried to do so and still do. Those that do not take responsibility for their actions and continue to cause great pain to
innocents wind up destroying themselves by their inability to unite with The Light.
No one can exist in the Spirit without The Light, as it represents eternal life
Then there are those who use the rationale that people have no control over their circumstances. That is untrue too. Hypnotic regression research into
past lives and also the Interlife in-between incarnations indicates that coming into the flesh is a matter of choice. We choose our species, our
culture and our parents. We got ourselves into this and we are ultimately responsible for our conduct.
Next we have the path of focus issue...
Ever notice that very few recognized geniuses are saintly?
There is a reason for that.
When someone pursues the Path of Intellect/Technology, spiritual values are usually pushed to the wayside.
If we can traverse the stars and manufacture very impressive, interstellar battleships and probes, with a plethora of high-tech weapons, certainly we
must be gods in our own right!
Or so they think.
The ends do not justify the means. That was never the case.
Originally posted by mojo4sale
What, like we treat rats and mice and rabbits and dogs and monkeys?
"We" does not represent all of us. Most Terrans do not experiment on live animals.
Those who have made "progress in science" by experimenting on live animals, have to pay back the souls of each and every one of them after they face
The Light. No exceptions. If one does not strive to counterbalance horrendous karmic debts in the discarnate dimensions, one cannot ascend to a
spiritual place or even ascend at all in many cases. Which means residing in a hellish dimension with other people who are also spiritually retarded,
and never finding long-lasting peace or happiness with one's soul.
We know from many abductee testimonials that the Zetan-aliens advance in science through unethical means. They do not believe in a higher power, in a
God, or in spiritual accountability. They are known to be very intelligent but also spiritually retarded.
Whitley Strieber, a well-known author and abductee, when strapped to a Grey examination table, once cried out for God to help him. He relayed to us
that his Grey captors were nothing short of amused. They replied, "Why do you cry out to God? There is no one here but us."
The Path of Mind/Technology should not be confused with the Path of Spirit/God. They are not the same but represent entirely different value
If we want to embrace alien societies that are spiritually based, they will not be found among the space-faring races, but on worlds of medieval
Planetary civilizations that have not become so morally perverted in their pursuit of Mind and Technology so as to believe (just as the Reptilians,
Greys, Praying Mantises, Nordics, Hybrids and many Terrans do) that Science is God
In fact, it is not.
[edit on 17-3-2006 by Paul_Richard]