posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 09:26 PM
I've seen a video about this before, and it interested me as well. When you've got scores of children who are independently testifying to the same
thing, and I'm sure most of us here have read plenty of stories of similar looking greys,
in saucer craft,
to know there might just be some truth to some of the descriptions and depictions of the creatures said to have been present. The extraterrestrial
visiting life forms of another world. All of a sudden, you are no longer the most intelligent or the most capable animal on this planet.
Isn't that what we are all interested in? If it's real. If there's truth to the extraterrestrial hypothesis that: there's a good chance that
civilizations who have had thousands of more years than us to develop might just be advanced enough technologically to be able to travel vast
distances of spacetime, vast enough to, say, visit neighboring or far stars, or even other galaxies. And for that matter, have located this planet
long ago and analyzed its prospects for resources, thereby inevitably intertwining fates with the inhabitants of this world forevermore? Perhaps
experimented with a bit of breeding of its own. Playin' with nature. Who knows? Is it really that far out? Have you ever thought about how many stars
are in the universe? Just try and see if you can possibly imagine a thousand million stars in a single galaxy - and that's the low end - and then try
to grip about a billion of those galaxies strewn at astronomical distances all across the universe.
Yep. When I look at the different galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, I just think of all the civilizations that have come and gone. The untold,
forever lost stories of living beings who have come before us. The triumphs, the defeats. Just kind of, blows your mind and humbles you even more.
Being a part of something much more extravagant than you can even possibly ever imagine with all your might.
So when I see these schoolchildren accounting for what they have witnessed, I just think to myself, "So. This one confronted them." All things
considered, it doesn't really surprise me. Out of all the aliens who have ever lived who have visited this planet, you'd think ONE of them in a
great dozen would try the ol', "Visit A Playground And See What Happens." Get bold with it. Show up, and see what happens. See what their
imaginations think of when confronted with this reality. Not that far out, huh?