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Posted 09 February 2018 - 01:25 PM

I think people on Earth know there is something greater than our own collective being. We all live on such a small planet with a vast sky showing us an infinite potential of universal life that we can't help but feel something greater out there in the beyond. Even our own planet is an infinite microcosm of living discovery! Just seeing our own galaxy tells us we're all just coagulated pieces of star dust in a much, much greater construct. One that human beings DID NOT build. The problem is the structure that human beings have built over the Earth to enclose ourselves in. It resembles a dome of control with its own 'firmament'. This 'dome' seems to keep us all 'civilized' and doesn't allow for the human spirit to grow beyond our planet. 
 
Why? 
 

Posted 09 February 2018 - 01:11 PM

So, what are you saying? The Military has built advanced technology that no one in the general public knows about. Not even a majority of the politicians? Are there breakaway civilizations of human beings keeping themselves hidden? Along with advanced propaganda techniques to 'cloak' their existence with strange stories and old myths? That's not a new idea....

Posted 09 February 2018 - 12:50 PM

Historically something is there.

 

You're right. They watch, they hide. Whatever they are I wouldn't trust any of them. And the Vatican will say anything to keep their own power structure intact. They always absorb and incorporate other beliefs into the whole. If aliens are the new angels and demons then the Vatican will use and be used by them.


Riddikulus

Posted 14 November 2016 - 01:21 PM

All stories and pictures. Nothing concrete. These things delve into the collective unknown and try to form explanations. Are they demons and/or angels made manifest by human imagination? The connection to religion is noticeable. 

 

They can also be taken advantage of to control and milk a society for profit.


Posted 14 November 2016 - 12:45 PM

Historically something is there.

 

All stories and pictures. Nothing concrete. These things delve into the collective unknown and try to form explanations. Are they demons and/or angels made manifest by human imagination? The connection to religion is noticeable. 


RottenApples

Posted 26 October 2016 - 01:21 AM

 

The Vatican seems ready to embrace other worldly beings should they come from the sky. I guess they're hedging their bets to keep the power base stable. 

 

 

 

 

Historically something is there.


Posted 20 October 2016 - 05:16 AM

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Posted 20 October 2016 - 04:29 AM

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Posted 18 October 2016 - 02:28 PM

The Vatican seems ready to embrace other worldly beings should they come from the sky. I guess they're hedging their bets to keep the power base stable. 

 

The Church's central mission on religion has dramatically shifted. They will now be teaching that "God is reason, If you reject reason, you are rejecting God.” This is a wholesale change in what the church has been teaching for centuries. 
 

 

 

 


Digger

Posted 17 October 2016 - 06:25 PM

The 1990s were a high-water mark for public interest in UFOs and alien abduction. Shows like “The X-Files” and Fox’s “alien autopsy” hoax were prime-time events, while MIT even hosted an academic conference on the abduction phenomenon.
 
But in the first decade of the 21st century, interest in UFOs began to wane. Fewer sightings were reported, and established amateur research groups like the British Flying Saucer Bureau disbanded.
 
In 2006 historian Ben Macintyre suggested in The Times that the internet had “chased off” the UFOs. The web’s free-flowing, easy exchange of ideas and information had allowed UFO skeptics to prevail, and, to Macintyre, people were no longer seeing UFOs because they no longer believed in them.
 
 
Data seemed to back up Macintyre’s argument that, when it came to belief in UFOs, reason was winning out. A 1990 Gallup poll found that 27 percent of Americans believed “extraterrestrial beings have visited Earth at some time in the past.” That number rose to 33 percent in 2001, before dropping back to 24 percent in 2005.
 
But now “The X-Files” is back, and Hillary Clinton has even pledged to disclose what the government knows about aliens if elected president. Meanwhile, a recent Boston Globe article by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie suggests that belief in UFOs may be growing.
 

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