I heard an interesting conversation on a podcast today where one of the participants was basically taking the position that we don't deserve full
disclosure as a species. We're too violent, selfish, etc.
From an American perspective, there's something deeply troubling and unjust in our minds if there are groups / individuals in our government who feel
they are entitled to know the truth and keep it from the rest of us. That mindset just goes against our deepest concepts of liberty and equality based
on the principles that founded our country.
I have a different take on it, however. Did the civilizations of aprox 2000 years ago deserve Christ? Based on the history of the Roman empire, the
"power that was" at the time, I'd have to say probably not. This isn't about religion though nor what you believe happened, etc. Based on the historic
record it's clear that people who lived at that time certainly believed these events were taking place and it did have a huge affect on the status quo
of the time.
Regardless of the source of those events (referring to theories and stories that the Christian messiah was actually an ET sourced set of events), you
could make the argument that those events and the establishment of the Christian church was needed in order to break their civilization out of a form
of stasis and evolve spiritually. Of course, everything wasn't all flowers and soft kisses after that, we went through a lot of very dark history post
A.D. but you could make a strong case that it provided a spark and a support structure capable of seeing humanity out of the post Roman / Greek /
Mongol, etc structure through the establishment of our modern society and the concepts central to our spirituality. (Similar events took place across
the entire World at different times but close to the same period and with very similar results - Islam, Buddhism, etc).
So, as we currently function, maybe we really don't deserve the type of disclosure that most people hope for. (Basically a Christmas gift of high
technology, peace, prosperity, space colonies, etc). When I look around at how we are right now, however I can see where we would need another set of
historic events similar to the ones I've described in order to send us down the next path of our evolution as a species and as a society. It sure
seems like we're basically trapped in a status quo by wealthy controllers and corrupted political systems again. Maybe that's why multiple religions
refer to another stage, a return of the various prophets / messiahs, etc?
I would like enough disclosure to where we all have the same knowledge and choice / lack of choice as those within the gates. I realize it may be
nothing like what I imagine, probably won't be and may even be very, very bad news. I would just prefer to know either way. Humanity will evolve at
some point and like us our descendants will view us as savages, much as we view our predecessors. It's entirely possible the next phase of that
process will involve or be centered around ET disclosure though, IMO.
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