posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 02:28 PM
My hypothesis is that it's alien in nature.
I don't know what they are doing, nor have a clue about their intentions, but I am under the impression that they are indeed interested in us. And
while we sleep too, for some strange reason.
I am convinced if this is even an halfway accurate depiction of reality, they must have some sorts of technology like personal cloaking devices, phase
transition tech (walk thru walls), teleportation, what have you.
This would explain all of the questionable anomalies.
However this leaves us with quite an unsettling dilemma.
That we are surrounded by interventionist alien entities who are far superior and advanced in capability to manipulate matter. We have little to no
odds of countering them with technology, they are already here surrounding us...
That means the only thing you can do is tell others about it. Communication, information, awareness. This is our only real weapon.
Whatever these things are up to, it cannot be that nice/good. They are coming secretly at night into our private quarters and doing questionable
unknown things. It's frightening especially to children, and can create psychological trauma.
I highly suggest deciding that you oppose "them" whatever they are, and declare out loud that you bar them from being in your house as it is not
their legitimate jurisdiction, it is yours. They will probably hear you since they can cloak and go through the crack of a wall like smoke.
Although I am partly facetious, I have indeed seen some crazy stuff too and I have thought about it a lot in depth. I'm heavily leaning towards alien
I am not really fond of the many superstitions offered as explanations, because they do not answer many questions whereas the alien solution answers
all of the questions pertaining to the phenomena witnessed with ease.
Alien's aren't demons/angels per se, instead, people who knew little of outer space and didn't even know what the galaxy was, saw aliens, and
called them demons/angels out of superstition. That's my angle on that side debate.