reply to post by EverythingYouDespise
yes, this is what I have come to think. What I have called a "genetic engineering project" is what you call "kickstarting" genetic and cultural
I also think it entirely plausible, therefore, that they maintain interest in what they helped to create, and would be scientifically interested (and
probably have other interests )in exploring what further advancements could be made with us. This would perhaps go some way towards explaining some of
the reasons behind the experiments that go on within the abduction pehenomena, which I am inclined to believe do indeed go on.
Scientists do not typically abandon their experiments/creations/inventions. They usually see how these can be improved upon.
We see in our own society how controversial scientific undertakings invariably meet with opposition from various parties. This is certainly the case
now with our present explorations into genetic manipulation and will always be so as the future unfolds. One could imagine a similar dissension
occuring within a society that is not human : are the activities of the greys for example a cause for contention within certain factions of their own
species ? Could this explain why there are accounts of greys who are benificent as well as tales of those who have a more sinister agenda ?
When we design something, it is usually for a purpose. We programme our design to do certain things, act in certain ways. A design is easy to
manipulate and control, be it a computer, a car , a gadget. Controlling a new version of homo sapiens would perhaps not be so cut and dried, but with
enough fine tuning over enough time, could be achieved ?
We came to view our creators as "gods". We came to view the head scientist or leader of these creators, "God". I have come to believe that humans
mistake this "God" for the omniprescent ruler of the entire universe when in fact he was simply the leader of a group of non-human
scientists/explorers or what have you. This "God" faced opposition from many of his own kind. Most rebel factions have a leader. Perhaps the leader
in this scenario is one we have come to know as "Satan" or "Lucifer". He did not condone the creation of a slave race who had no free will of
their own . He undertook actions to undo what had been done and was exiled because of it. Perhaps this involved further genetic alterations to undo
the "programming", and/or "tainting" the "pure" genetic bloodline of "God's" created slave race through physically interacting with them,
which would have introduced new genetic markers into the slave race's DNA.
that's just my take anyway.
It would stand to reason if this was true that ever since that time, humans have become rather divided in terms of bloodlines. There would likely
still remain on this earth a number of humans who are pure, direct descendants of the slave race bloodline, while the rest (majority)of humanity is
rather a hotch-potch of ancestry.
This is not as far fetched as it may sound if one visualizes where science may take us over the next 100-200 years. Perhaps by then we will have
created groups of "new" humans...these people will go on to have children of their own, there may be laws against the new humans breeding with the
"old" humans in order to keep the genetic future of the new humans from becoming weakened in any way. We may actually reach a point in time where
"old" humans are far outnumbered by the new, "improved" version. Social engineering is then the real issue at hand rather than genetic
Does this not bring us back to square one in some ways if one presumed this theory correct for one minute. We will become as our creators were.
Perhaps the one major difference will be that not all "new humans" will be created for purposes of control, though I am sure that will occur too.
Apologies for the ramble.....