posted on Dec, 17 2012 @ 04:08 AM
In this thread I will state facts. From these, I will draw conclusions using basic logic. I am not going to talk about concerns surrounding weather
patterns, politics, economics, and potential disasters that you all know of.
Fact: There has been a giant increase in UFO sightings and unexplained light phenomena. From this we can say that they are here to either OBSERVE
something, and/or DO something (why else would they be here?) From this logic we can infer that they know something we don't, because they are here
to do SOMETHING. The vast majority of humanity believes that nothing "out of the ordinary" is happening or about to happen. But to them, something
Fact: There are videos depicting extra-terrestrial beings or 'orbs of light' moving at impossible speeds and making impossible aerodynamic
movements. Implying that these videos are 100% authentic, we can state that these beings do not apply to the laws of physics in our natural
world. Our natural world can be defined as "all matter and energy [...] scientifically observable".
Now, here's where the line gets fuzzy, because talking about other realities is illogical. Hell, the idea of a UFO is illogical. Feel free to argue
with me on this one, but I think I have a pretty valid conclusion.
Based on the fact that UFOs/ ET beings do not apply to our realm of physics, I have come to the conclusion that these beings apply to a different
realm of physics. This is a paradox, however, since they are observable in our natural world.
Based on the hypothesis that ETs apply to a different realm of physics could mean many things. However, I think the most logical explanation is that
they are extra-dimensional. Now, where does that leave us?
Currently, there are extra-dimensional ETs surrounding our world that know something we don't. I find this quite odd, considering the date.
From here, we can only theorize what comes. I think that because there are extra-dimensional beings observing us, then something of extra-dimensional
nature awaits, whether that be a second-coming or ascension (or both!). (Oh look-- I just gained 30 haters!)
In all seriousness. I do believe that I am a rational person. However, all rationale can be thrown out the window based on this simple paradox that
faces us today: What made our universe? The Big Bang? What created the Big Bang? What created the thing that created the Big Bang?
This, my friends is why you cannot and should not dismiss the realm of possibility that potentially awaits us in the coming days.
Just go with the flow.