ET deception – WHY?
My premise, as usual, is that ETs exist and are here, on Earth, influencing human affairs. As someone who is solidly convinced of the existence of
other-worldly visitors, I am frequently embarrassed by some of those who also believe and travel around speaking about this phenomenon. I’ve been
guilty of being suckered in to various predictions of ET intervention or visitation, but my beliefs are continually changing. That’s because I’m
continually searching and never so sure of my beliefs such that they can’t evolve.
With that said, I’ll try to cut directly to the points:
1. ETs are deceiving us
2. ETs created powerful instruments of deception: religion
3. Believers will be disappointed yet again by failed predictions
4. The purpose of such deception is unknown.
ETs have deceived humanity forever and it doesn’t seem as though that will change. This isn’t a new idea – Jacques Vallee has made significant
effort to bring this to light. I no longer trust what they tell contactees and when you look at the history of ET’s statements to those they have
contacted, it turns out that most of the major predictions have failed. They’ve failed in a very public way recently—look at the Blossom Goodchild
and Stanley Fulham’s non-events. These were events that was to have happened in a huge show and conveyed to these individuals by ETs. Of course,
neither happened. Fulham died and Goodchild seemed genuinely perplexed. These people were lied to by ET.
Here’s another, for lack of a more accurate word, “sucker” for ET deception:
Dolores Cannon interview
It’s full of the usual: Ms. Cannon talks about creating our own reality by learning to manipulate energy, Earth being a living being, the “law”
of karma, vibrations of varying frequencies, and how we’re “not suppose to interfere with others or try to influence anyone” but we should
instead let our energy be an example. Energy. Karma. Ascension. This is all supposedly conveyed to her by ETs and is, in my opinion, nonsense.
My point is that humanity accepts the falsehoods ETs have put before us. I think that ETs have created all the world’s major religions and
continually do things (e.g. cause “miracles”) to bolster belief in these religions. They allow the religions to compete, and provide humanity with
a buffet of belief systems. Christianity for some, Islam for others and now, new age beliefs that have been around for a long time but now, with the
advent of technology, can be spread to the average person in one, concise message. Now, when the world doesn’t transition into some fairy-tale
“5D” reality, what will believers do? Find a really good explanation like: “the change did occur, we just aren’t conscious of it yet” or
some other cr--.
This supposed “transition” is in reality simply another religion and ETs are deceiving us once again. For example, the whole “karma” belief is
something that so many have accepted only because so many talk about it as though it’s indisputable. Karma is akin to hellfire, where we pay for our
transgressions, but neither has a basis in reality. It’s been around a long time, and like Einstein’s theory of relativity, no one dares question
it or even put it to the test in a major way. It’s a crock, but who dares say that? Think for yourself? Never. I jettisoned my Christian beliefs of
30+ years but didn’t replace it with what I believe is equally incorrect.
None of the ET predictions of major event have come to pass. This transformation of Earth (allegedly a living being, at least that’s what ETs want
us to believe) to a 5D reality will never occur. Mixing these predictions with Biblical prophecy will do no good – neither will occur and billions
of disoriented, trusting souls will wonder what happened until their leader explains.
I have no idea what the purpose of these deceptions are. I do not for a moment believe the new mythology that says ETs are demons or fallen angels --
we are not primitive tribesmen and should stop acting as such.
There is a possibility that the falsehoods are meant to help us in some way. Deception is not always a bad or evil thing. Think about that for a bit.
Or, it could be that if we knew the truth of our existence, our human minds could not grasp that knowledge and maybe even drive many to insanity.
Religion may be there to hold us together until we can wrap our minds around the bizarre and incredible truth of what this existence is all about.
Perhaps we are lab rats and ETs are testing our reaction to various stimuli.
Or a worse-case scenario is that ETs are dropping false intelligence into our collective laps, poising themselves for an invasion when we are
sufficiently docile and floating on a massive wave of positive thinking.
Whatever the reason, the fact of ET deception is pretty evident after watching contactee after contactee fail in a quite embarrassing way. Waking up
to this might help the rest of us evaluate “predictions” that come from these non-human entities in a more rational way.