reply to post by sled735
Let's take the modern history of ufology at face value and consider, for a moment, that close encounter reports were *broadly* true. Just for
In the 40s and 50s, our visitors were friendly and came with messages of peace and warnings to look after the planet. They tended towards being
look-alikes of us with slightly exaggerated features like smaller mouths and (always) larger eyes with small bodies. They generally wore futuristic
clothing suitable for piloting space-ships.
By the early 60s, the tone had changed. Our visitors continued to sport the G-suits and the messages were the same, but went up a notch to include
warnings of Earth being destroyed by asteroids or our own hostilities.
It all faded away towards the end of the 60s and early 70s before really getting going in the mid-70s. We had the stirrings of the abductee phenomena.
Our visitors were no longer child-like and friendly, they'd become the 'evil doctors' and were busy messing about with humans in the labs. The
messages were still the same....Earth on the brink.
However during the 80s and 90s we were looking at two attack vectors from our visiting folk. On the one hand, they were here to spread love and
understanding...literally pushing and pulling us up the ladder of spiritual consciousness towards a better future. 'We are all one' and Love is the
Way is pretty much their doctrine.
On the other hand, we had the 'evil doctors' telling us the same messages and also actively trying to dilute the human race from existence and
replace it with a clinical society of hybrids and pure-blood critters.
Continuing with this pattern and speculating for fun, I'd put all of these messengers in the 'bad' category and let them fight it out. In fact,
I'd probably put them in the 'very bad' category.
Galactic Emperor : So, did you carry out the mission to save yonder blue planet Earth from destroying itself?
Alien 1: Yes your majesty! I told a person in the desert all about it and whispered in the ears of sleeping people.
Galactic Emperor: Facepalm