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Not saying I believe anything, but it peaked my interest. That was written Sept. 14, 2008
Now I will continue reading that other thread.
Oh, and Canada does not have a second sun, but so many people are saying they see something. I almost wish we did have a second sun, the one we have, seems to have stopped working, -30 celcius in March
Also, I doubt that any aliens will show up soon, maybe never, but it's nice to dream, because both Earth and humans seem to need fixing.
Originally posted by lenya00
Привет всем, я из России! Весело у вас тут.
Лично я верю что они к нам прилетят, заберут все плохое, очистят землю от мусора и мы начнем новую жизнь.
As an Emissary from the Intergalactic Federation I would like to say the OP got it wrong.
If you don't see them it will be because either:
1) They and their spaceships are shape shifters and will be disguised as trees (please watch out for trees with antennae)
2) They will be in another dimension
3) The time-line will have shifted.
Originally posted by smokingman2006
Three huge Star ships like nothing we could dream up in our wildest dreams will appear out of nowhere and station themselves approx 30,000 km from our planet.
Over a period of two days they will transmit in an understandable formula who they are, why they are here and what they have to offer.
Originally posted by SystemResistor
I wonder, what would happen if there were alien ships... Firstly, we would panic, others would simply be in a sense of wonderment, and then, if the aliens transmit through the televisions, many people would get the idea of a takeover. However, if there are enough ships, if there is a representation of enough alien species, if we all cry out that we have had enough of this corrupt world, then maybe there is hope.
posted on 12-3-2011 @ 11:57 this post
Originally posted by Antoniastar
reply to post by kid_cudi
Hi Kid Cudi,
Like the name. It's not courageous is it?
Thanks for the heads up! I am prepared. Oh yes I am.
Do you wanna know what I think? Well okay.
Please think twice before getting on one of those ships. I've said this before and I'll say it again, unless you (the reader) like being an abductee or a reductee (or whatever it's called), don't do it. Yes, the aliens are already here (in my personal estimation...but don't listen to me cuz my rep is shot - I'm just some crazy lady). Right. Anyway do what you (the reader) will, seriously, but at least think about the trust issue, it's key to whole thing.
Violence has it's place. I mean, sure, if you have to kick booty then you have to kick booty. What's the big deal? but, you know, I'd rather not. There's always good ol' diplomacy to try first? Yes?
Not that I'm gonna like welcome them to the planet or greet them as a hot eight-course meal. Wow.I don't think so. I'm not gonna get into it here, now. Let's just say I know their type. I know how those kind of aliens operate. They're snaky and very very so charming. Watch out cuz they bite and I'm not talkin about a love bite. Well pffff not the kind I'd get all happy about anyway.
Alright. Well that's good. Don't wanna ramble.
I say get with the program.
edit on 12-3-2011 by Antoniastar because: na rorre.
I have already been abducted ode before. I don't ever want to go thru that again. But I can tell you that I will fight and kill many aliens in order to avoid going on those ships. I'll do anything I possibly can stop my self and others from be reducted or abducted.
Originally posted by curious7
I'm really interested in figuring out why whales would play such a big part
Breaching whale observed attempting to bypass amphibian and reptilian evolutionary steps by mimicing bird-like flight behavior.
If verified, this behavior would represent the first observations of any species of animal attempting to skip one or more steps in the standard evolutionary progression from swimming creatures, to amphibians, to reptiles, to birds.