I hope aliens exist. If they don't, someone has a lot of explaining to do about all those probings.
Genesis 6: 1-4
It happened, when men began to multiply on the surface of the ground, and daughters were born to them,
that God's sons saw that men's daughters were beautiful, and they took for themselves wives of all that they chose.Yahweh said, "My spirit will not strive with man forever, because he also is flesh; yet will his days be one hundred twenty years." The Nephilim were in the earth in those days, and also after that, when God's sons came to men's daughters. They bore children to them: the same were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown.
The scripture indicates the existence of angels who intereacted with humans even into hybrid marriage (to deviate God's creatures), which produced giants (called nephilims). For more on this, read .
I personally have always views abductions as if you were on a training mission, or an application process like applying for a physical and a passport before being able to travel around the Earth as a citizen. Abductees are potentials in the way they are herded tested and then either actually transported someplace else, or returned to their home or farm with only the abduction experience. Sounds like many of us wash out in the applicant process for space or time travel requirements. Maybe we dehydrate too quickly, i don't know. I am not one of those selected amongst the human world. But I have been friends and family to a large number of those who claim to have.
Your experiences sound more like you have the creidentials and qualifications already due to your genetic make up, past lives, or maybe you just have an amazingly high IQ/AQ brain on that head of yours. If you think about it. Piloting a space or time travel ship/machine is probably easier than piloting any vessel inside of a planets gravitational atmosphere. Outside of the ozone layers, it is zero gravity, no air, no wind, nothing really to steer or navigate...just slight adjustments every million miles or so to navigate around planets and comets and stars.
A space commander would probably be more trained in the arts of time occupation, keeping orderly records, and maybe doing physical workouts with all travelers to ready their bodies for the next planet and its different gravity. Also they would be master geographers and astronomers, and maybe a socialized kind of military mind, you could be part of the first galactic travelers, or maybe someone who helps spot and train potentials.
I am not a true believer so I don't wish to sound flippant. But all things need structure and order, and people who can function under orderly guidelines...to make things happen. Reality is, good skillsets equal successful progress. That is a science fact.
I wish that we could just KNOW if aliens really are messing with us. Why all the secrecy? Lots of evidence points to some superior race that helped out man, why can't we just know the truth? Why would they have to hide this from the average person?
Well, to get real with you. If these things we are discussing are really aliens visting other worlds by whatever means and with whatever purposes. If the space shoes were on the other foot, do you think we would be or act any less covert and secretive if we were infultrating an alien world, correction a densely inhabitied, well armed with nuclear capability, at war with itself daily over oil, drugs, money, sex and alcohol, and full of factions that are willing to kill anything that is disagreement with their little leather bound parchments scribbled full of words from invisible Gods that all Humans must ahere to. Do you think NASA would give the go ahead to land the shuttles in downtown Martianville with that kinda crap going on? Even our celebrations, sporting events, and schools are wrecked with random violence. And if you are a reptilian, or even fish like in appearance...you ain't gonna land the turtle crafts anywhere near a starkist plant. Cause snakes are not apparently kosher, edible or sacred in any of the God books. It might be a slow process if visitors are reptilian, fishy, ot what if they are turtles...and when afraid just pull back into their shells, we humans are really impatient with that kinda stuff.
Do I believe in aliens? Absolutely.
Do I believe they have visited Earth? Almost certainly not.
Understanding how life evolved here tells me that the odds are very high against life forming on another planet in another solar system, but the number of other solar systems out there greatly eclipses that number, making it almost a definite.
However, there are so many things going against interplanetary travel, that even if it were possible, the odds of 'them' visiting 'us' is nearly nil.
It's not so much the distance and method of travel that hinders the possibility as it is the timing. After all, they must be able to do this journey while we exist, and we haven't been modern man for all that long. Also, they would need to have some clue we were here before venturing off in our direction.
Too many variables point to this chance encounter never occurring, but none of them totally remove the possibility ... just makes it very highly unlikely.
It's hard to believe that we are the only living beings in the entire universe. The universe is never ending, and the farthest we have gone into outer space is around 7 billion miles away from the sun, that is not far at all. Why do some people assume that we are the only living beings out there? We have barely discovered outer space, and they have recently found a planet that is a lot like our planet. This planet is generations away from us, but in outer space that is practically next door to us. What do you think? Do you believe there is life out there, somewhere?
What is the probability? That we might just be alone, in this infinite universe. Very lonely, lonely humans, very lonely humans. So maybe, the universe is just fireworks ?
I totally believe that aliens exist. I also believe that wherever they are, they are also pondering the possibilities of life on other planets.
Well, The Roman Catholic church pronounced that believing in life else where doesn't conflict with believing in Jesus and God. It says no where in the Bible that we are the only form of life out there. Why can't God, and Jesus do the same for beings elsewhere?
Where do you think wasps came from? An aliens take on bees. And badly done in my opinion. Dumped on earth because they became so damn pernickety, in the hope that we'd never question their origin - because they resemble skinny bees.
Well ET. We don't want them.
Apache myth of creation:
"In the beginning nothing existed, only darkness was everywhere. Suddenly from the darkness emerged a thin disc, one side yellow and the other side white, appearing suspended in midair. Within the disc sat a small bearded man, Creator, the One Who Lives Above. When he looked into the endless darkness, light appeared above. He looked down and it became a sea of light. To the east, he created yellow streaks of dawn. To the west, tints of many colors appeared everywhere. There were also clouds of different colours. He also created three other gods: a little girl, a Sun-God and a small boy. "