posted on May, 3 2012 @ 12:49 PM
reply to post by buddhasystem
I don't think that this movie is a documentary any more than that Buddhism is a system. It just happened to, whether by coincidence or not,
correspond partially to a creature which I witnessed in the flesh. Anyone is of course free to believe me or not. There will even be some who think
that some computer robot might be typing these lines and that I do not even exist, so of obviously a healthy dose of serious doubt ought to remain
present at all times in one's mind whenever reading a thread in an internet forum: such bots do exist and computers can today generate discussions to
pirate or derail forum topics. However, those here who know me either from other threads or even in person know that I am not a figment of their
Then comes the next layer of legitimate suspicion: am I an attention seeking pathological liar and mythomaniac, inventing whatever I say happened to
me for some weird motive? This is your call, to be appraised according to my logical credibility and the threads of reasoning you might see or not in
my discourse. That I use elaborate wording or express myself well ought not to matter in that judgment. It is best to focus on whether what I say
seems relevant or sincere, in its articulation, rather than whether I am able to say things well. If folks here choose not to believe me, I can only
say that it's your call: I can tell you for certain that I would never have believed what I am telling folks here about the existence of real,
physical, huge and horridly vicious reptilian aliens had I not been scared out of my wits by witnessing one in person. No way!
Even having seen one it took me several years to come forth and talk about it beyond a very tight circle of two intimate friends. Today I have told
maybe 20 people who know me, and this was not easy to do. They tend to judge you, even if they've known you for years. The nice ones think you must
have hallucinated, the less understanding ones just get weirded out. But I guess I don't care what they think, it's the truth, period.
For this reason I am often amazed that others here find it plausible, because I never would have. I thought that the entire reptilian gig was some
hustle by the conspirators, meant to mock any intelligent person as so many crazies imagining lizards everywhere! That's what makes it even harder to
have to tell what I witnessed, because it is something I never would have believed myself, which went way way beyond my imaginative capabilities as it
is so dreadful that even the sickest imagination could never cook up something so horrific.
Nope, that movie wasn't quite a documentary for many reasons. While there were in fact many UFO sightings as well as animal mutilations in the
locations and years where the movie was situated, I heard nothing of the events shown in this film. Also, there are any number of things which I doubt
were ever reported, or at least of which I never heard after quite a number of years in researching this topic as an amateur. For example, I didn't
hear of any paddle boats lifted hundreds of miles away from their rivers. The flying craft are shown to be uncharacteristic in their shape, almost
like some sort of metallic imitation of an organic flying insect? The creatures don't exactly match any known description of Aliens, being a sort of
composite between an Insectoid, a Reptilian and a Primate? The weaponry used also seems to be similar to explosive charges, unlike many accounts of
plasma rays or other unworldly technologies far different to our mundane bombardments. Finally, these creatures seem devoid of psychic abilities, to
the difference of many eyewitness or abductee accounts.
All in all, this is far from a documentary vision of what might have happened in that day and age, but instead could be meant as a warning of a
potential Alien threat, involving creatures who have no respect for our physical or moral integrity, who feed on us as a food staple, and who exploit
humanity for the extraction of gold as a natural resource which they seek. While the origin of Gold as the most valuable item on Earth is not known,
although it was thought to look like the sun or some other contrived explanation, we can wonder if this didn't come from the Aliens seeking it as the
most coveted resource? This would be far better explained by its many physical, chemical and electrical properties unequaled by any other material,
and required by some of the most advanced of technologies.
So maybe there are some nuggets in this movie, and if not of gold, possibly of truth? They might have enslaved mankind as gold miners during
occupation or visitation of earth, and they also probably abduct humans and keep them alive so that they remain fresh until ready for consumption? All
of this could be a warning to the population, even if there were certain artistic lliberties taken. It seems to fit into a broader pattern of Alien