posted on Jul, 7 2004 @ 03:20 PM
I don't think you will believe what I say, but that is ok. I will share it just so you can see my position and where my explanation is coming
My information is not biased but it is diplomatic. My contacts are those who are in charge of the organization at Earth. Some things I have learned
from them are about the races who are in part responsible for the bad reputations that humans hold of all of the visiting races. The instances of
abuse were rare, however, all contact can seem like "abduction" to humans. It's only natural for humans to think that way. There is a lot more to
this but I am being brief and simple just to make a specific point.
I want to use mpeake's last post to point out something even more important for you.
He admits, or brags, that he does not believe alien life is visiting Earth. He has no personal understanding of the aliens, or of people who have
alien experiences. Yet he has this very strong, very popular, natural opinion that is backed up by many other similar people in similar positions. He
goes around repeating his strong opinion along the human's alien/ufo field grapevine. How many people do you suppose, besides mpeake, are doing that?
They do not recognize their own echo, or how their contribution to the whirlpool keeps it all going.
Now, do you think it makes very much difference when a person actually witnesses an alien craft or an alien being? Even if they wake up on a craft and
have an inyourface encounter, what does that do to their opinion? It proves it. It proves their opinion and other people's most popular opinions. A
person can meet an alien being, yet still prefer to get his education from that old grapevine. This is the basics of what the human's ufo field is
made out of -- perceptions, popular opinions, and perceptions of popular opinions. The more alike the alien/ufo grapevine groupies are, the more they
agree on thier perceptions and opinions about the aliens.
If you look at where all of the information is coming from, the least source is from the aliens themselves. This should be your major tip off that
these people could not possibly "actually know" what they are talking about. This is the major factor. The groupies are one-upping each other, the
stories are second- and tenth- and one hundreth-hand, each telling more similar to the latest Hollywood thriller. The field attracts unstable people,
and unstable people join groups and join in and add their own experiences, but they also lie. Their stories are as horrific as the most horrific they
On the other hand, people who get to know the aliens, get a much wider, more rounded view of how things happen and why. Their view stretches in
evolutional terms to include many races of people on many worlds. These humans have a great deal to offer both sides, if they want to seize that
opportunity and can stand up to the opposition. That is not easy.
So far only a relative few humans have developed an advanced progressive personal relationship with their alien contacts. This is because most people
who have the opportunity, naturally choose to stick to the safety of the group and human's popular opinion, and stay away from the aliens. I don't
blame them because I know the fear and it's only natural to be so mistrusting, especially with our minds full of the world we live in. (Look at
Which criteria make a human credible to another human are as much what they believe as how they say it, how tall they are, how tough they are, how
well they type, what kind of degree they hold, etc. Those are not the correct criteria to judge a person about alien life. You have to look at their
personal experience with alien life and their motivation with other humans. Or else what you get is the ability for a few intelligent, well-dressed,
well-spoken, crooked, stable people to lead a whole lot of willing believers astray on the entire subject. That is how easy propaganda works in this
An unstable person is clearly unstable, no matter what he believes in or has experienced. For the majority of the jury to disbelieve in the visitation
of alien life, or in the benign visitation of alien life, and then to vote that anybody who claims to experience it is unstable or lying, should only
prove to disqualify the majority of the jury.
You are right. Not all of our visiting races always worked in our best interest, but none were ever here to kill us or enslave us or take over our
planet. That should be obvious, yet those scenarios prevail due to our own thought patterns. Now that the most advanced races are in charge, nobody
can or needs to take advantage of any humans. The truly abusive have been barred from visiting our planet at all.
The organization of visiting races is for everyone's benefit. But humanity stands the most to gain from it right now, in shared technology to make
life on Earth better for all humans, and by the furthering our knowledge of the known Universe.
Not every power on Earth wants this. Some have too much to lose by it happening and want to gain as much more control and power as possible before
they cannot prevent it any longer. Their time is running out.
[edit on 7-7-2004 by EarthSister]