My early childhood was filled with positive portrayals of aliens in films and television: Close Encounters of the third Kind (Which filled my dreams with flying, glowing orbs), E.T. the extra terrestrial, Star Wars, ALF, etc. We were encouraged to think of aliens as these kindly custodians of the universe that were only here to learn about us. This was a sharp departure from the 50’s drive-in version of alien intentions that previous generations were exposed to: The day the Earth Stood Still, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the Thing and on and on. Of course late on the tone changed again with films like Alien and its terrifying sequels, Independence Day, Predator and other films, turning aliens into creatures of malice once again.
Are Aliens Here to Help Us or Harm Us?
So what are we to believe? Are aliens more likely to be like the gentle and compassionate, Reese’s Pieces loving E.T. or the blood thirsty, brain sucking demons of H.R. Geiger’s Alien? If we see a landing UFO to we run in fear or greet them with open arms? If you don’t believe in alien’s existence in the first place then the answer is very simple; “Take off your tin-foil hat and stop asking stupid questions!”. However, if you have read this far then you probably already have your own ideas about aliens and what they represent for you! Because none of this can technically be proven, it’s all conjecture, anyway; but, by looking at mythology and history and the stories people share around the world, it seems to be a difficult but very important question to try to answer. “Should we fear aliens?” There may not be a clear and easy answer but “Should we fear ALL aliens?” certainly does and that answer HAS to be a resounding NO!
To deny that advanced beings in flying ships visited and assisted developing humans takes an impressive combination of ignorance, flat out denial and gross, human arrogance.
The earth is literally covered with megalithic sites that would be nearly impossible to build with today’s technology that we are led to believe were all created with ropes and pulleys that just happened to share identical architecture, be aligned perfectly with the stars and true north, fall in perfect patterns of a geometric grid around the earth, AND have been made from stone that often had to be transported a great many miles. At the same time, all of our most ancient scrolls and texts speak of god-like beings coming from the sky teaching us how to farm and raise livestock, how to irrigate our crops and how to build weapons of warfare. No matter your religious affinity you will find stories off-world beings being involved with the human evolution whether you look in the Bible, the Torah, the Koran, the Tibetan Book of The Dead, the Vedic Sanskrit texts, the African Dogon cave drawings, or even the oral history from Aboriginal or Native South and North American tribes. They all talk about similar events of beings coming from the sky with, most of the time, a message or some help for the beings there. Then, of course, we have countless hours of documented cases of UFO’s being filmed and literally millions of reports of eye witness accounts and stories of abductions and other contact with what could only be described by the most extreme skeptics as beings of unknown origin. The possibility of ALL of this being falsified is essentially 0 out of 100. To deny the existence of advance alien beings is to deny not only our entire known written history, the testimony of pilots and decorated officers and 100s of 1000s of others, film that has been proven to not be tampered with, and the mountains of megalithic sites around the entire globe.
Its like asking the question “Should we fear Humans?”
So do these beings care about us? If history is anything to go by, it would seem the answer is yes and no. Its like asking the question “Should we fear Humans?” Well, often we should but it depends on what human you are talking about. I happen to believe that humans are intrinsically good, not the other way around. I think if you picked one person randomly from each country in the world and dropped them on a tropical island to survive together for a year I believe they could do it without killing each other or becoming violent because I think most people are compassionate and there is a moral compass that guides a group when survival is on the line. They look out for each other. It can only take one bad apple, however to spoil the whole lot. Humans can easily be persuaded and tempted into doing things that go against their natural inclination and we see this again and again throughout history. While we may have used different terminology, like gods, angels, demons, pixies or genies, these are all describing some sort of advanced beings that are clearly NOT human. Haven’t they been helping shape our societies for centuries? Haven’t they been mostly more like surrogate parents or older siblings rather than tyrannical overlords? The big question is, if they are so advanced with such awe inspiring weaponry, why haven’t they just attacked us, straight out, and turned us into a giant, human petting zoo? The answer has to be either because they don’t want to or they can’t because something is protecting us.
Not Without Our Consent
So should we fear aliens? No, I don’t think we should. Certainly there are some bad ones out there, according to the legends, but there seems to be some sort of guardians or universal law that prevents any direct take over. The widespread notion that reptilian beings control our society could very well have some kind of truth to it but it doesn’t work without our consent. The story of the vampire not being able to enter a house without permission seems to apply to the realms of naughty aliens, too. They can’t just zoom in a wreak havoc (at least not anymore) but need, instead, to manipulating us into capitulating to their will. If anything, the ones to fear are the HUMANS that have agreed to carry out the orders of some technologically advanced but morally bankrupt beings. They have sold out their own kind to be able to play God. That is a limited game with some very sobering consequences.
Don’t fear them, but don’t look to them to save us
Here’s what I believe to be true. Most aliens love us and want us to succeed, to become spiritually advanced, which ties into true technology. What has been holding us back is, probably, a relatively small group of men with serious control issues that want to keep us from advancing so they can maintain control. I think if an alien looks like a reptile or a bug you may want to steer clear but otherwise keep an open mind. We, as a species, are loved and admired all across this universe and have beings cheering for us to break free of the chains that bind us and join the intergalactic family. Don’t fear them, but don’t look to them to save us. We have to save ourselves and the first steps for doing that involve letting go of fear in the first place. I believe not only that we don’t need to fear aliens but that most aliens actually have our back. Its good to have friends in high places.FAIR USE NOTICE: This page may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Conspiracy-corner.com distributes this material for the purpose of news reporting, educational research, comment and criticism, constituting Fair Use under 17 U.S.C § 107. Please contact the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org with any copyright issue.