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It's impossible with a low DNA,to have high technology,so I think they have a far more evolved structure then us.
I always believed, that even though they have knowledge of most things we do not understand, or know about, that they still aren't perfect in DNA structur
TextIf alien life is out there, it may be able to exploit more-extreme environments than scientists think, because huge gravitational forces don't seem to pose much of a problem for microbes. Several different species of bacteria can survive and reproduce in "hypergravity" more than 400,000 times stronger than that of the Earth, a new study reports. The find suggests that alien life could take root in a wide range of conditions -- and that it could survive the high G-forces imposed by meteorite impacts and ejections, making the exchange of life between planets a distinct possibility.
Then how aliens evolved?Species from Earth evolved in million of years by using the same system of breeding,and they are still here with no" technological advance".
Given our ever advancing technology into such matters. Actual "breeding" seems to be on the way out as a way to preserve the species. There is no reason to believe greatly advanced creatures do that for that reason. Can you conceive of a species so old that it has millions of years ago outgrown whatever physical system they initially used?
TextEarly investigations into this matter were done by Charles Fort, who lived between 1867 and 1932. He found that extraterrestrial societies were very much involved in Earths prehistory, and that the status of the human race appeared to be like self-satisfied livestock. His final thought was that humans were used as slaves. The idea of humans as a slave race is not new. Ancient Sumerian records dating back to 4500BC relate that humanoids from the sky were the rulers of humans. Human priests acted as intermediaries between the rulers from the sky and the human masses. The rulers from the sky were described in those records as having male and female sexes, racially diverse, and behaviorally similar to humans. The records of that time also relate that it was the general Sumerian belief that the first humans were bred in the wombs of alien females. Sumerian records indicate that the alien rulers were involved in mining and other exploitation of natural resources that involved humans performing lifetimes of backbreaking labor. The actual creation of the Homo Sapiens species occurred sometime between 300,000 to 500,000 years ago. (s
Angels are doing the will of God,and maybe God is the one to understand this process,something that we will never understand and think from other point of view then ours.
As in Genesis we learn of the angels who chose man over God, and copulated with man. I am not talking about them.
I am sorry to hear this because I know what you are talking about,I've seen many cases like this most of all from analyse blood on birth,but most of all were false flag as the analyses were repeated.
Originally posted by qonone
reply to post by diamondsmith
Maybe the humans with RH Neg O blood count? If so, they make babies like everyone else do. And i know, cause I have two kids with an "alien human hybrid".
Second part: ...The Gods Themselves...
The second part takes place in the parallel universe. The aliens consist of the "hard ones" and the amorphous "soft ones". The soft ones have three sexes with fixed roles for each sex:-
Rationals - Called "lefts", rationals are the logical and scientific sex. Rationals are identified with masculine pronouns and produce a form of sperm.
Emotionals - Called "mids", emotionals are the intuitive sex. Emotionals are identified with the feminine pronouns and provide the energy needed for reproduction.
Parentals - Called "rights", parentals bear and raise the offspring. Parentals are identified with masculine pronouns.
All three 'genders' are embedded in sexual and social norms of expected and acceptable behavior.
The hard ones regulate much of soft one society, among other things creating families by allocating one of each of the sexes to a mating group, or "triad" in the novel's terminology, and acting as teachers and mentors to the Rationals.