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"Tall white space aliens"......................
Now look around today, regardless of what job you have, it's all based on earning money, that is then based on the price [or availability] of gold. We are STILL slaves to gold over a hundred thousand years later. Now compare what we are doing now as a whole, and then tell me the difference to why we were genetically engineered to do back then, to what we are doing now. Just because you don't work in a gold mine, doesn't mean you aren't contributing to the cause
Exactly. Gold is only made during super novas, or star explosions.
All of the gold on any planet is present and imbedded throughout the planet at the planet's conception (hot super nova explosion resulting in cooling and planet and moon formation).
Gold is very important for electronics and space exploration.
It does not corrode and is an excellent conductor.
WE have been "created" from local "wildlife" to walk upright and use tools.
We have been designed and conditioned to collect gold.
All of the ancient civilizations throughout time have been "obsessed" with collecting gold and creating "precious" and "forever" items.
Gold is the reason why we where made.
Now that the gold rush that peaked about 500 years ago with the new world "collection" is over, we are all on borrowed time.
reply to post by jrod
No, no human has been created to collect gold.
Gold is not needed for a happy, comfortable human life.
Gold is simply a metal that does not corrode, so is used as money. Paper money can be destroyed in fire, but gold will stay as it is.
Gold plays the same role in modern society as its has played for ages - to act as money.
The paper currency suffers from two big drawbacks - a. It can easily perish or lose value b. It is a political currency.
Gold is universal currency, and never loses its value.
A river watering the garden flowed from Eden; from there it was separated into four headwaters. 11 The name of the first is the Pishon; it winds through the entire land of Havilah, where there is gold. 12 (The gold of that land is good; aromatic resin[d] and onyx are also there.) 13 The name of the second river is the Gihon; it winds through the entire land of Cush.[e] 14 The name of the third river is the Tigris; it runs along the east side of Ashur. And the fourth river is the Euphrates.
Meanwhile, the U.S. government is embroiled in a “cataclysmic” power struggle between President Obama, who heads the alien shadow government, and some unknown force that opposed the U.S.-alien alliance. “Most to be feared by Russian policy makers and authorities, this [FSB] report concludes, is if those opposing the ‘Tall White’ ‘secret regime’ ruled over by Obama have themselves aligned with another alien-extraterrestrial power themselves.”
There appear to be two opposing alien factions at odds with one another for control of the U.S. government. One appears to be known and the other faction unknown and feared. Perhaps the intent behind this news release was to suggest a coup, alien or otherwise.
ost to be feared by Russian policy makers and authorities, this report concludes, is if those opposing the “Tall White” “secret regime” ruled over by Obama have themselves aligned with another alien-extraterrestrial power themselves.
reply to post by Skyfloating
It would seem where the USA is concerned anything is possible. Our country is like the little fat kid officiating a never ending pie eating competition. We only have two hands and there are so many pies, so we have to have a taste of each one to see what we like best that day. The next day we try other pies after deciding the last days winner wasn't to our liking. It's a sad state of affairs here, those in office are in it for the money, the money blinds them to who actually pulls the strings. Is it aliens? Who knows? I for one do not, but I guess in this day and age anything is possible. We would be stupid to turn a blind eye to interpretations of past alien intervention going back as far as man has been able to put mind to stone, pen or art. What better venue could aliens find than that of a young country founded on values and morals, better yet a country founded on a notion of freedom with a hint of nobility that has slowly been subverted and passed to the masses through psychological misdirection until those same masses mainly come to passively accept it?
Iran could have some ground to stand on concerning these allegations. Maybe Iran is blowing smoke concerning these charges. Either way something is wrong here.....
I don't understand how you can reduce Iranians as a collective, the entire nation of Iran to a few different people's opinions.
Iran doesn't say anything. Iran doesn't speak. It's not something that carries an individual voice like it's portrayed.
It's like thinking CNN is speaking for all Americans.
edit on 18-1-2014 by yourmaker because: (no reason given)
In an interview with Russia Today, Hellyer explained (as if it was obvious): "Of course, there's been a lot more activity in the last few decades."
The reason for this, he said, was that man was stupid enough to invent the atomic bomb. Aliens are frightened that we're going to use it again (and again) and that this will affect the whole balance of the cosmos.
Ergo, each visit seems to have symbolized: "What the hell are they doing in that insane asylum today?"
Hellyer suggested that there are Edward Snowden-style whistleblowers who have already revealed government knowledge of alien visits. "It doesn't take long to get your hands on it," he said.
reply to post by Skyfloating
Here's my thought on your question:
I'm wondering if it might have to do with the history of their ancient culture ?
In order to understand where a person's coming from, you need to put yourself in their shoes in order to get a better understanding of their thought processes.
So on that note: Many ancient cultures (cultures that are millenia older than our own western cultures) have old drawings and texts of some pretty fascinating stuff relating to "higher advanced beings" - flying machinery, beings that came down from the sky, beings that taught their ancestors advanced technologies, etc.
Thus, perhaps these sorts of stories were passed down through the generations, giving way to a more open-minded view of the possibilities to "alien" influence going on elsewhere in the present time too ?
Maybe it just simply boils down to these types of elder cultures are more malleable towards some of these so-called "crazy" ideas than we are.
Crazy to us, but maybe not so crazy to them.
Perhaps understanding foreign cultures (something the West doesn't excel at) could shed light on the question of Iran's belief. Perhaps you should also be asking the same question of the Canadian minister who believes something similar.
Djinn are believed to exist by a lot of Iranians.
Iranians do not care for 'West is Best' ideology
Iranians do not care for complying with the US's inclination for hiding the truth about things that happen there
Iranians could believe themselves as 'next on the list' and are mighty annoyed about it
Iranians feel that perhaps there are really Aliens, tall blonde ones from many reports from many people and organisations
Iranians have tried explaining Western dictatorship ideals such as that of Hitler as being part of a 'master race / master plan'
Iranians see the US as viewing themselves as superior and hence part of a 'master race/ master plan' ideologyedit on 14-1-2014 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason given)
Have you seen Mitch McConnell, Harry Reid, John Boehner and the rest of them. Sure, they aren't all tall, but...
but why the Iranian leadership believes all of the conspiracy things they do.. including this... even when its BS.