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Originally posted by Tlexlapoca
reply to post by RUFFREADY
I have not seen that book ill take a read myself seems interesting, thanksedit on 19-6-2013 by Tlexlapoca because: (no reason given)
In Wonders in the Sky, respected researchers Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck examine more than 500 selected reports of sightings from biblical-age antiquity through the year 1879-
Originally posted by FatherStacks
I would say the idea came from unfortunate souls born with developmental disorders. If you look up progeria, there is a strong correlation between the descriptions of greys and the features of the condition. Kind of like how the origin of the cyclops myths may have been inspired by holoprosencephaly.
Originally posted by lampsalot
What's the earliest example in fiction of a "Grey" alien? If alien contacteeship isn't a real phenomenon, it was either made up or the Grey represents some of uncanny-valley sort of warp of the human face that's embossed into our brains.
Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
fear causes denial for some cannot accept the truth for what it is ad that is "many are not alone" here on EA*
Originally posted by Druscilla
A fun little article exploring where we might get this alien grey imagery imprint from may be read here:
Close Encounters of the Facial Kind
This describes our earliest images of a human face as babies, the hard-wired facial recognition we're built with, and how these may be contributing factors in these space alien contact experiences.
The Dropa stones, I see, were mentioned?
They've been proven a fabrication long time ago.
The Dropa stones were and are just a fabricated story.
Originally posted by HomerinNC
if I remember correctly, they both had a high school level communication, Barney Hill even less (this was the 60's, segregation, so the average man of color didn't have the best education),