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Thousands of years flying a saucer and now you crash

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posted on Nov, 10 2022 @ 01:31 PM
I do have a theory. It's bizarre and maybe somewhat satirical:

This theory goes that the ufo/ Alien ET phenomenon is actually little kid ETs playing with us!

So naturally, while at play, sometimes stuff goes awry, and a crash results.

That’s one reason they’re so dammed small with big heads, their baby ETs!

Mystery solved!

posted on Nov, 10 2022 @ 02:14 PM
I have an interesting take on this... I'll call it, "our universe is their earth, our earth is their universe"

- and its a quite simple theory that... just as difficult is it for us to survive off of this planet is it for them to survive on ours... many things we take for granted as beings on earth are completely thrown out the window once out of our orbit. (they would have to be beings with no skeletal system) If you are a being from another star system... your body will not have any immunity for a lot of basic things we need for our survival on our planetary body. Even if you were to go 200 meters beneath the ocean oxygen becomes poisonous to us. If gravity or pressurization or lack of atmosphere keeps our blood from boiling and seeping through our pores... what in the world would it do to a being whose body has nothing applicable for such extreme circumstances? If they were water beings or gaseous... they probably would evaporate or disintegrate or whatever-ate sounds the best... before making it past the magnetosphere, right? If they were of our bipedal, bi-eyes, bisexual, bi-whatever... they wouldnt make it here without evolving into some jellyfish like being due to bone density dissipation, going blind, loss of hearing and most senses... so we can throw the x-men retro futuristic green naked no-penis comic book stuff in file 13 with the quickness... if anything from andromeda got here after getting a visual of us, by the time they got here... the atomic molecular makeup would have changed so much ... we could only classify it as "dark matter" due to the developmental stasis of coming in contact with such levels of radiation for the "light years" it would take to reach us... even travelling as fast as our star system is racing us through this cosmic void we think is life.

We tend to forget how fast we are actually travelling... if you arent going our speed, if you aren't riding with the sun's pace... your space/time would be a world of a difference... many many worlds. Like... their material that developed on a completely different star system would not survive the extreme differential energy levels or vibrational levels. Density plays a big role. And measuring macro levels of atomic particles and different vibrations... the laws of physics become very surreal, as if they work completely opposite, or just straight non-applicable.

posted on Nov, 10 2022 @ 04:35 PM
a reply to: Ophiuchus1

Very cool points made!!
I'd be surprised if some sci-fy writer doesn't swipe 'em to write a book or screenplay.

Have given up any illusions that scientific research is going to be helpful. There's too much "left hand not knowing what the right hand is doing" to make progress. According to Vallee alleged materials tested while coming back as "a difficult" manufacturing process actually was invented years prior by battelle & Northrup.

With so much proprietary materials & patents scientists have no real footing in determining what's ours or not-ours.
They're handicapped right out of the gate. Add agenda's that big money comes with (grants, endowments, ect) plus usually very narrow perimeters of study allowed?

At this point I'm thinking any meaningful breakthru will not only be accidental but made by just a normal person researching something completely different as a hobby.

posted on Nov, 10 2022 @ 07:05 PM
a reply to: AndyMayhew

Even if nothing is recoverable from a crash it would still leave the idea that space travel is a possibility. Maybe that's all it takes to push us into a certain direction.

Though why any alien species would want to "uplift" warmongering, selfish, arrogant, materialistic apes like us is another big question!

We might be thinking too humanly when it comes to those questions! Maybe to "them" it's an absolute miracle earth is still teeming with diversity despite the inventions we already have.

We've applied similar questions to our past too and the evidence says we had it completely wrong. Humans didn't kill all the megafauna.

posted on Nov, 11 2022 @ 02:03 AM

originally posted by: F2d5thCavv2
a reply to: JohnnyAnonymous

Hi Johnny,

Pretty sure I read it in his book,

Trinity: The Best-Kept Secret

I will say up front it is a different kind of Vallée book, parts of it are about topics other than UFO phenomena. But there are occasional jewels in it and I enjoyed reading it even if I only browsed some of the less interesting material.


Many Thanks for providing that for me. That is one of his books that I've not read yet, so it's on the list now.

I've almost finished my latest book of his to read, "Forbidden Science 4: The Spring Hill Chronicles". It too is not all about UFO's, but thats ok because it gives the reader a good chance to get to know how he really thinks (at the time) and his dealings with SRI, Bigelow, Alexander, Puthoff, Green and many other's that are behind the scenes in their research.


Many thanks again!

posted on Nov, 16 2022 @ 12:26 AM
a reply to: godservant

Since when was it decided that advancement to any technological level negates the probability of accidents? For all you know that version of the craft that crashed was 1.0 and they found yet another glitch.

Do you have any idea how many hours, days, months, years, decades we as humans have crashed, blown up, destroyed, and demolished our tech for the sake of advancement?

It's literally what is required in order TO advance.

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