What does an Alien see when it views a Human?

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posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 03:31 AM
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What does an Alien see when it views a Human. What is the features or characteristics of a human or the activity they are engaged in that interests them. I have thought about this a few times and have not really gotten anywhere. So i started viewing the question in reverse, and asking what type of people are they clearly are not interested in and i compiled a list. Aliens are not interested in>>>

- Ufologists: Now yes they seem to know alot of stories about Ufos and all the folklores but has a Ufologist ever netted an interview with a Alien occupant from a visiting spaceship. No never.

- Entertainers, Actors/Muscians. It has become more and more popular over the years for actors to get on the Alien disclosure band wagon. I can think of a string of well known actors/musicans as im sure you can that are into Alien/ufo stuff. Has anyone of these people ever had credible proof of meeting with aliens. No.

- Scientists: Now heres a group you think would be highest on the list of interest for the Aliens to want to talk with as they are the most cerebal,and therefore would have the best ability to converse with the Alien/s on an intellectual level, that doesnt lead the Aliens to start yawning.


So there it is. The list in not comprehensive and can be expanded. So please tell me what category of people you think Aliens are most interested in, and/or not interested in. ??




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posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 03:51 AM
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It depends where the alien is, if the alien finds himself in some ghetto they are going to see a thug coming to whoop their ass. Obviously they will see what a human will see, if they see different then it's going to be impossible to make sense out of the comparisons.



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 03:55 AM
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You are wrong to remove these groups.
It can be anyone who can accept that "they" exist and be at ease with it.



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:04 AM
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In my opinion, if any extra terrestrial being capable of intergalactic travel were to see this blue ball sitting next to a tiny sun, they would not be interested in saying "Howdy!". I think they would see resources.

They would come along, start to strip what they wanted, make no contact, repel any attack, strip the planet clean, and if we're lucky they think of us the way humans think of native species of areas they strip bare, but still leave them there to try and survive anyway.

With no trees or plant life to make that stuff we breath, we'd all die in time...

a faceless enemy who probably didn't even care what you were. A monkey on a tree, as it is cut down.



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:07 AM
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I guess you'd have to ask an alien...

End of debate.



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:10 AM
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Originally posted by Dr Cosma
I guess you'd have to ask an alien...

End of debate.


Q: "What is 1 + 1?"

A: "I guess you'd have to have 2 things to start with in the first place, end of debate!"

Everyone: "
"



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:19 AM
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I'd like to think this has happened at least once in the history of man and alien...I'm going to say something like this, both sides can be guilty of the hacking and slashing...it doesn't really matter.

youtu.be...



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:24 AM
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Here's what they see....




posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:26 AM
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A soft, hairy, dim-witted and violent primate that is having a hell of a time managing itself on this planet



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:27 AM
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A soft, hairy, dim-witted and violent primate that is having a hell of a time managing itself on this planet


lol now im getting paranoid thats what people have been saying about me all my life



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:28 AM
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Originally posted by Hawking
A soft, hairy, dim-witted and violent primate that is having a hell of a time managing itself on this planet


saw that the futility of staring at his coconut was no longer satisfying his inner need to explore his subconscious,

when suddenly a wild



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:34 AM
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post by winofiend
In my opinion, if any extra terrestrial being capable of intergalactic travel were to see this blue ball sitting next to a tiny sun, they would not be interested in saying "Howdy!". I think they would see resources.

I have seen that argument before but I don't think its very likely , how many planets / moons would they of passed to get here to strip our resources , hundreds , thousands maybe millions .
Our Galaxy is as we are discovering packed with resources and I see no reason why other Galaxies wouldn't be the same , so why would a species from another Galaxy need resources from this one .

If they were from our Galaxy the same logic applies due to the scale of the Milky Way , they would have available resources in their vicinity so why travel light years to take ours .

I believe that a species that can conquer Interstellar / Galactic travel would have to be scientific by nature and highly intelligent to jump the hurdles posed by such a feat so see no reason why it couldn't be that they are just looking for other intelligence in the Galaxy / Universe ... which is why we haven't been invaded and assimilated


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posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:43 AM
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Originally posted by winofiend

Originally posted by Hawking
A soft, hairy, dim-witted and violent primate that is having a hell of a time managing itself on this planet


saw that the futility of staring at his coconut was no longer satisfying his inner need to explore his subconscious,

when suddenly a wild


boar darted through his peripheral vision. Realizing one of them would soon be predator, and one prey, he grasped his



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:51 AM
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Originally posted by AthlonSavage
What does an Alien see when it views a Human.

Free energy.


They are already here goarticles.com...

The astral spiders are more mechanical in nature than the spiders we are used to here in the third dimension. Their purpose is to suck energy. The human aura is food to them. If this resonates with you perhaps print off this article to read again and think seriously about talking with your higher self for signs and more information on how to raise your own energy levels.

On the dark spiritual side of this world, they are seen as black (palm sized) cockroackes and beetles.



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:53 AM
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Are they more interested in the Earths energy. Is there anything unique about the earths energy compared to other planets in Solar System?



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:54 AM
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Originally posted by gortex
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post by winofiend
In my opinion, if any extra terrestrial being capable of intergalactic travel were to see this blue ball sitting next to a tiny sun, they would not be interested in saying "Howdy!". I think they would see resources.

I have seen that argument before but I don't think its very likely , how many planets / moons would they of passed to get here to strip our resources , hundreds , thousands maybe millions .


I agree. To further the logic, I'd assume it would be that there appears to be very little organic life around. But the elements are everywhere. Perhaps we have something in abundance they can simply take rather than process to procure.

It's all speculation, I certainly don't know.

But the earth might simply be a small oasis in the cosmic desert.. we shiney, they like shiney.. either way, even if the attraction is curiosity, I cannot imagine they'd be interested in establishing a common ground relationship.

We'd be in their servitude. Beyond simply being left alone, but mostly exploited.

Serenity brings with it a place where a state of mind can be free to be serene.

Empires are based on exploitation, and exploration..

More likes explorers to here would be out to find a good foot hold.. strong place to set up base.

A serene mob would not be bothering to come all the way here.. they'd be waiting for us to come to them.


* oops hit reply too soon*

Our Galaxy is as we are discovering packed with resources and I see no reason why other Galaxies wouldn't be the same , so why would a species from another Galaxy need resources from this one .

If they were from our Galaxy the same logic applies due to the scale of the Milky Way , they would have available resources in their vicinity so why travel light years to take ours .

I believe that a species that can conquer Interstellar / Galactic travel would have to be scientific by nature and highly intelligent to jump the hurdles posed by such a feat so see no reason why it couldn't be that they are just looking for other intelligence in the Galaxy / Universe ... which is why we haven't been invaded and assimilated


edit on 7-10-2012 by gortex because: (no reason given)


Nature doesn't agree with you. You only move on when your resources are either near depleted or are depleted. Either way you're not out to say "Hey guys, got a spare 6 months crop I can bum off you?"... They can fly across entire universes..

"Stick 'em up see.. We're space bandits. Hand over your planet see.."

Can you imagine a shuttle full of humans that might crash land on an earth like planet, knowing they can never return home, and they happen upon a small tribe of midget purple dudes, in white pointy hats? Azriel suddenly jumps and goes nuts..

They scatter... Are they friendly or?? But resources are low.. no sign of edible flora. Only thing.. blue smurfs.

you'd eat them in a heartbeat.

And then you'd eat barny the pilot, seeing as he died of a self inflicted blunt rock to the back of his skull.

Where are those miserable surfs. I can smell them, I'll get them one day, I'll get them all!!!

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posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 04:55 AM
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Cleanup on Aisle 1



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 05:01 AM
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Originally posted by AthlonSavage
What does an Alien see when it views a Human. What is the features or characteristics of a human or the activity they are engaged in that interests them. I have thought about this a few times and have not really gotten anywhere. So i started viewing the question in reverse, and asking what type of people are they clearly are not interested in and i compiled a list. Aliens are not interested in>>>

- Ufologists: Now yes they seem to know alot of stories about Ufos and all the folklores but has a Ufologist ever netted an interview with a Alien occupant from a visiting spaceship. No never.

- Entertainers, Actors/Muscians. It has become more and more popular over the years for actors to get on the Alien disclosure band wagon. I can think of a string of well known actors/musicans as im sure you can that are into Alien/ufo stuff. Has anyone of these people ever had credible proof of meeting with aliens. No.

- Scientists: Now heres a group you think would be highest on the list of interest for the Aliens to want to talk with as they are the most cerebal,and therefore would have the best ability to converse with the Alien/s on an intellectual level, that doesnt lead the Aliens to start yawning.

So there it is. The list in not comprehensive and can be expanded. So please tell me what category of people you think Aliens are most interested in, and/or not interested in. ??

edit on 7-10-2012 by AthlonSavage because: (no reason given)


They probably see a quarentined planet that have not evolved enought to be allowed in the community yeet. A planet disconnected as the human people are more or less to each other. The searching for the unknown thruth is both a spiritual and scientific (logical) search.

I think since the aliens who look at ous will know more than we, they will probably have fun reading our religious scripture and seeing the both logical and spiritually small minded things some of ous belives based on dogma.

Since both scientist and the religious crowd are not 100% ready to accept the big thruth then why go around telling them what their minds have a hard time accepting. When the student is ready the master will come. We are unfortunatly not 100% ready yeet but we are getting there.



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 05:08 AM
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what % of readyiness do you reckon we are at as a species? As an individual is it higher, how would they likely view someone like myself?



posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 05:24 AM
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reply to post by AthlonSavage
Are they more interested in the Earths energy. Is there anything unique about the earths energy compared to other planets in Solar System?

They are only interested in controlling (owning) spirits.

They control the elite, so they already control the earth's resources up until Judgement Day.
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