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Originally posted by Pearj
He asserts the ETs can be found everywhere—from lowliest factory worker and farmer to the highest positions of industry and government.
The most likely reason I can think of to disperse numbers within a wide range of society (including factory workers) is for rapid predetermined deployment.
It implies advantage where you could maintain bulk numbers near (or in) expected problem areas prior to activation. Having an established reach into government and industry is an obvious advantage.
The statement infers that since they are next to us, they must look like us. A different poster noted the difference might be in the blood or DNA. If that's the case, the difference in the DNA might act as a control mechanism which could be manipulated (activated) remotely via signals, tones, waves or impulses (or the like).
At any rate, that's what popped in my head thinking about it...
Originally posted by Charizard
Wow, is that scroll depicting the Utsuro Bune (that happened in Japan, by the way, not China), real? Those "alien symbols" look VERY similar to the symbols that were recorded from the craft involved in the Rendalsham Forest incident. Especially the bottom one. (Not sure how to imbed images now):
Originally posted by sergejsh
reply to post by anon72
First - he is not "Chiness official" but a former Chinese official. Second - he didn't provide anything to back up his words. So to believe him just because he said that?
So it goes on from there. Just recently I commented on how we don't hear much about China's pryamids and other oddities. Maybe they will open up with the rest of the world. Especially with the written history they have. Combine that with the other stuff we do know about and your eyebrows will rise.
Sun Shili, a former Chinese official, has come forward to reveal knowledge that extraterrestrials are on Earth. He asserts the ETs can be found everywhere—from lowliest factory worker and farmer to the highest positions of industry and government...
Hundreds of scientists and engineers in China conduct thorough studies of apparent Extraterrestrial phenomenon.
The best-known alien abduction story in China is the case of Meng Zhao Guo, a young tree farmer, from Wuchang, near Harbin in Heilongjiang province.
In June 1994 Zhao Guo and two other farm workers, working at Red Flag logging camp saw something unusual on nearby Mount Pheonix.
The complex and bizarre encounter that followed involved Meng being hit by a beam of light, as well as allegedly experiencing an abduction and a sexual encounter with a female alien. Meng Zhaoguo, a rural worker from northeast Wuchang city, explains he was 29 when he broke his marital vows for the first and only time — with an extraterrestrial of unusually robust build.
“She was 10 feet [3.03 metres] tall and had six fingers, but otherwise she looked completely like a human,” he says. “I told my wife all about it afterwards. She wasn’t too angry.”
Originally posted by DJW001
A former Chinese official has come forward to reveal new evidence that extraterrestrials walk amongst the peoples of Earth. These beings are everywhere—from lowly factory workers to the highest echelons of industry and government.
Why would an extraterrestrial travel billions of miles to be a lowly factory worker?edit on 9-12-2011 by DJW001 because: (no reason given)
In 2000, China recognized that there were some 400 pyramids in the Shanxi region, to the north of Xi’an. Smaller than the legendary “Great White” pyramid, these ancient remains have been classified by some as burial mounds.
Just how old are they? While many can be dated to various dynasties, others are believed to be older. Analyzing an aerial photograph of one set of pyramids east of Xi’an, ancient civilization researcher and author Graham Hancock determined that their layout coincided with the constellation of Gemini. However, computer analysis found that it is what Gemini would have looked like on the spring equinox in 10,500 BC.
According to ancient Chinese documents—the same texts that helped archeologists reveal the terracotta soldiers—Emperor Qin tried to outfit his subterranean pyramid with an exact replica of the Chinese territory. The texts explain that the interior giant vault of the chamber is embroidered with copper and marked with jewel encrusted accents, simulating the stars of the firmament. It also boasts of an artificial replica of the rivers of China, flowing with mercury. Scientific expeditions, in fact, confirm that the earth covering the surface of the pyramid had considerable concentrations of this liquid metal.
Some descriptions seem almost modern in their tone like, for instance, the observation of an “Occurrence at Dawn” by the 13th century medieval poet and scholar Liu Yin (or Liu Ying, 1279-1293). The event took place near the city of Baoding, Hebei province, on the early morning of June 3, 1277, when China was ruled by the Mongol Yuan Dynasty. Liu Yin is described in The Encyclopedia of Confucianism as “one of the important Confucian thinkers in the North during the early years of the Yuan dynasty.” Another book, Heritage of China, edited by Paul S. Ropp, provides the following interesting biographical sketch:
Loyal to the Chin culture in which he was reared and faithful to the Confucian Way that he had learned from the Sung masters, Liu Yin rigorously applied philological methods to classical studies and strongly advocated the importance of history. However, true to Chu His’s spirit, he took seriously the idea of the investigation of things and put a great deal of emphasis on the learning of the mind.”
We see this emphasis on investigation in the way he described the UFO observed in 1277 and attempted to find what it was. Here is the text of Liu Yin’s poem “Occurrence at Dawn” as transcribed in the French book la Chine et les extra-terrestres (China and Extraterrestrials) by the Chinese ufologist Shi Bo, now residing in France:
“Rising at dawn, I saw through the window a brilliant light crossing the Milky Way. I then saw three glowing objects appearing in the southern part of the sky, two of which flew away disappearing rapidly from my view. What remained had five unequal lights underneath, while on its upper part I noticed something shaped like a dome. The unknown object began to move in zigzag in a similar fashion to a falling leaf. At the same time, something in flames fell from the sky. Shortly afterwards, the Sun rose but its luminosity was tarnished by the luminous object which moved rapidly in a northern direction. In the western part of the sky, a green cloud was suddenly agitated by another unknown object, which was oval in shape, flat, and was descending quickly. This object had a length of over nine feet and was surrounded by raging flames; it ascended and then descended. In view of this splendid and emotional spectacle, I ran towards the village to alert its dwellers. As my friends walked out of their houses, the flying contraption disappeared.”
After describing the object, Liu Yin devotes a final few words to attempt understanding what it could have been. He wrote that, “after the event I reflected a great deal, but I was unable to find a reasonable explanation. I had the impression of leaving a long dream. I immediately wrote down everything I saw, so that those who can understand these events can give me an explanation.” 700 years later, all kinds of experts have studied what we now designate as UFOs, yet no one has been able so far to find “a reasonable explanation” that can convince everybody.
Taiwan researcher Kai-Chi Chang published in 1991 the book, From The Record – UFO Sightings in the Ancient Chinese History Books, which catalogued 741 UFO incidents recorded in China between 139 BC and 1918 AD. Some cases are just a note on a log like this one from the year 32 BC during the first year of the Han dynasty: “Two moons appeared in the night sky all of a sudden.” Other observations, however, are far more detailed like this case from April 13, 905 AD during the Tan dynasty:
A FORMER government diplomat has sent shock waves through the paranormal community after apparently confirming, not only intelligent aliens exist, but they visit earth in UFOs.
Shi-Li Sun, a former Chinese diplomat turned UFO researcher, gave the incredible disclosure during a summit looking at the possibility of alien life existing.
He said: “After years of research, a large number of Chinese UFO scholars, including myself, are convinced of the authenticity of UFOs and the existence of UFOs and aliens.”
He was speaking to a panel of six former members of the United States Congress at The Citizen Hearing, set up by Steve Bassett, of the Paradigm Research Group, the only registered lobbyist for alien disclosure in the US.
edit on 16-11-2016 by zazzafrazz because: (no reason given)