posted on Jul, 15 2012 @ 10:31 AM
The idea of a spiritually evolved being deciding to downgrade their existence into that of a lesser life form to fulfil some purpose is not new, but
is interesting to contemplate. One of the reasons a being might do such a thing is to aid the greater population of that lower life form to ensure its
survival and prosperity. There has been some talk lately
that such a scenario might
involve Aliens helping humans in an effort to save humanity.
Whatever your opinion on such a theory, I invite you to answer the following question: how does incarnating into a lesser being actually help the
greater population of that specific life form? If the problems facing the life form are so dire that they are in need of outside assistance, wouldn't
the lower life form be better served through direct intervention from the higher being? What is the purpose of incarnating into a being of equal
potential when it would take intervention from a spiritually higher one to effect any real change?
Another question to ponder is this: have you ever wondered where the line is drawn in determining which life forms below us are worth saving? Why do
most humans care more for the average person than they do for the average animal, for the average animal compared to the average insect? What if us
humans are like insects compared to other beings in the grand scheme of things, and this is why Aliens have been reluctant to act?
If there are beings willing to sacrifice their spiritual progression in order to save us from ourselves, what is it about humanity that compels them
to do so? Is there something unique and peculiar about humans that is worth saving? Does the human race serve a purpose in the divine function of the