Monday, April 14, 2008

The Alien Menace

I love conspiracy theories. They can provide a lot of amusing "what if?" scenarios as well as good laughs. Check out this one for example.

Those of us involved in the emerging field of exopolitics attempt to make sense out of the huge body of evidence available to us involving extraterrestrial reality. I believe the stakes are very high for all of humanity that we collectively understand our situation relative to UFO/ET reality. Developing this situational awareness involves understanding the real reasons for 60 year old UFO/ET cover up even while we struggle to end it.

The pattern I see emerging which I think is reasonably accurate is that we can define two categories of extraterrestrials, colonizers and liberators, interacting with humanity that are the most important for us to understand. I have written previously that there are two very basic evolutionary strategies in nature competition and cooperation, and because we are part of nature our society is driven by these evolutionary forces.
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What the religious texts seem to indicate is that there has been a longstanding attempt by less ethical predatory colonizing extraterrestrials to take over this planet that are being resisted and thwarted by more ethical cooperative extraterrestrial races. All I am trying to do is bring the public up to speed on modern developments in what seems to be an end game scenario resulting in extraterrestrial colonization if we don´t get smart fast.


Of course, anyone at all into conspiracy theories needs to read Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco. It is one wild read.

2 comments:

kyle said...

i love foucaults pendulum...what a great read. its like the davinci code for people who actually graduated highschool.
and, on the topic of ET and conspiracies...check this site out:
http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_2803149.html?menu=

Captain Noble said...

"its like the davinci code for people who actually graduated highschool."

That's a great way of putting it. I was glued to [i]The DaVinci Code[/i] when I read it because it was a pretty good page-turner. Afterwards, though, thinking about, it just felt...empty. In contrast, FP is just so deep and provides fodder for so much to think about. I need to read it again.