posted on Sep, 9 2013 @ 04:33 PM
Hello everyone. It's been a while since I created a thread here at ATS. With the snazzy new look of the site, I thought it would be appropriate to
begin the new chapter with an equally snazzy hypothesis.
I believe that we've already been told everything we *need* to know concerning UFO's, Visitors, and things that are generally "Out There" in the
Cosmos and "Down Here" on good old Terra Incognito.
Obviously one does not simply come to that conclusion without evidence and a fair bit of critical deduction, so I'll break it down as I understand
-- The dissemination of material from Government/Military sources into the Entertainment Industry, although somewhat watered-down at times, is
generally correct .. at least as much as CAN be told. Sometimes the best examples are from shows/movies that would be the least likely to be
taken seriously or paid much attention to. The one that really cooks it for me (and there are several, but one in particular) was a scene from the
Flash Gordon movie (circa 1980) where Max Von Sydow (as Ming the Merciless) uttered the line:
"If we determine that the society we are examining is aware of us .. that society is then considered to be a threat to us", or something to that
That really explains things, at least in my mind -- and poses some really interesting questions.
What it says to me (and forgive me if I read more into it than it actually is) is that:
a) The "Grand Cover-Up" is in fact necessary, but not for the reasons that have been actually stated (such as "religious upheaval" and the
b) The Earth actually has enemies who would either try to rule us or crush us under their heel,
c) There ARE malevolent and downright dangerous species whom have such criteria as the above.
I know I'm grossly simplifying things, but the message is there. That is one example among many.
Any thoughts from the community on this matter?