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« Reply #825 on: Apr 15th, 2013, 12:42pm »

on Apr 15th, 2013, 11:44am, hidflect wrote:
I think the aliens look nothing like the famous greys, tall whites, etc. If I was in the government agency monitoring reports, how would I be able to distinguish all the bogus reports from the real? By convincing all the kooks out there that the aliens have some specific set of characteristics that I know are false thereby being able to safely ignore all reports similar to those features. When someone reports features that are something else completely unique that match the REAL description then, Bingo! I'd know it was a real sighting warranting investigation.


I agree with that, at some point. For one side, we have reports saying that people saw beings like, but on other side, we have no proof that this is actually true. The truth is, we have no evidence at all that Grey beings from outer space are among us or visited us, we have indications.

My personal opinions is yes, we have been visited by Grey aliens before, and the government covered it up. I don´t know if they still visit us or live around here. My guess would be they still do visit us, but living in our planet? Very unlikely for me.
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« Reply #826 on: Apr 16th, 2013, 02:06am »

As far as memory serves me I have yet to see a grey, I have seen many strange things and creatures from elfin oriental types to tall Richard Obrien types averaging twelve foot tall so not mistaken humans. But because I personally have never crossed paths with such does not mean the possibility of such existing is a reality so even though I doubt such and look upon it as Hollywood input I still have to keep an open mind on this species. The Hollywood version is what we expect based upon our concept of science, long term space travel indicates muscle loss , bone loss, we presume them more advanced so more intelligent so we give them large craniums to accommodate the impression of a large brain . But we also need the scare factor so we give them the hive mentality devoid of emotion, cold and nasty. This has not been my experience as of yet apart from the movies lol.
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« Reply #827 on: Apr 16th, 2013, 11:20am »

Here is one

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=6iMfiNISvNc

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« Reply #828 on: Apr 30th, 2013, 09:18am »

The ones I saw in 1992 were
1/ a man who was sitting in a tree with what appeared to be only one very long leg, he was able to jump in reflex very fast straight up into the treetops.
2/ a man who was about 5 feet tall with shoulder length brown hair wearing a brilliant white top that cast light around him, he was a holographic projection because he disappeared if I looked at him directly but when looking with peripheral vision I could keep him in my sight.
3/ Something that I can only describe as being like a dragon, it had spikes coming from the top like branches, its skin was like tree bark or elephant skin. I think that it was this creature's eye I was looking into when i was returned to physical reality similar to the woods where I had been walking with my 6 month old son in his pushchair. The eye was huge and black but unfortunately although I have recalled most of the memories surrounding this event, the face of this being is completely blanked out. I haven't had hypnosis. I was beyond fear I hadn't taken anything with me, had no mobile phone, there was no one to call to, nowhere to run, all I could do was walk in the direction I knew was right until I saw familiar plants and trees and found the way out.
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« Reply #829 on: Apr 30th, 2013, 09:46am »

on Apr 30th, 2013, 09:18am, Sapa wrote:
The ones I saw in 1992 were
1/ a man who was sitting in a tree with what appeared to be only one very long leg, he was able to jump in reflex very fast straight up into the treetops.
2/ a man who was about 5 feet tall with shoulder length brown hair wearing a brilliant white top that cast light around him, he was a holographic projection because he disappeared if I looked at him directly but when looking with peripheral vision I could keep him in my sight.
3/ Something that I can only describe as being like a dragon, it had spikes coming from the top like branches, its skin was like tree bark or elephant skin. I think that it was this creature's eye I was looking into when i was returned to physical reality similar to the woods where I had been walking with my 6 month old son in his pushchair. The eye was huge and black but unfortunately although I have recalled most of the memories surrounding this event, the face of this being is completely blanked out. I haven't had hypnosis. I was beyond fear I hadn't taken anything with me, had no mobile phone, there was no one to call to, nowhere to run, all I could do was walk in the direction I knew was right until I saw familiar plants and trees and found the way out.


Welcome Sapa

Sounds quite amazing and unique!

I would love to hear more about your experiences...!

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« Reply #830 on: Jul 13th, 2013, 5:31pm »

Hi all

I was just with a very good friend of mine who lives in country Victoria Australia

He told me an experience he had a while ago, and I am wondering if any of you had the same or similar.

It goes like this.

he was in his property doing work in the garden, when all of a sudden out of the corner of his eye, a large glowing tall being with long arms went right past him, floating just of the ground.

My friend was so shocked he could not turn and face it. The being moved along, long arms, and finally disappeared.

I asked my friend if he could see the face, my friend said the face was blurred, as much of the body, but he could see the shape of long arms.
I asked him how tall was this being, he said 10-12 feet.

Has anyone ever seen or heard of this kind of experience.

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« Reply #831 on: Jan 15th, 2014, 11:41pm »

Back in '92, I was given pages of information on many different species of ET's, by an older guy, who was a security guard, at that time. The papers talked about a few different installations in the US and other places throughout the world. A few places mentioned were in northern New Mexico, near Dulce. I ended up working there, in Dulce, at a casino, and got to know some of the folks who did talk about "things that did happen".
For anyone interested, read a book called The Urantia Book. I heard about it many years ago, but came across it while house hunting. the guy who owned it, gave it to me saying..."you were meant to see it." It's a book about earth, but is also about all that is, which includes life on other planets. It talks about how we are so far behind, even more than a million years behind other life forms. There are people like us, and some way different, even non-air breathers. For anyone who understands automatic writing, from what I understand, the book was written many years ago, by a psychologist, studying a farmer with a 3rd grade education who would go into a trance and channel spiritual entities. The section about life on other planets sounds like sci-fi, but the way it's written, sounds plausible......
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« Reply #832 on: Jan 28th, 2014, 6:18pm »

A New Scientific Model that Defines Alien Intelligence

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Should we ever detect an extraterrestrial civilization, or any kind of alien life for that matter, it's a safe bet they'll look very different from us. They'll also probably think in a way that's completely foreign to what we're used to. Here's how experts believe we might be able to predict what the minds of aliens will be like.

Late last year, I talked about how extraterrestrial intelligences are probably more like us than not — at least for those alien civilizations living in a post-industrial Information Age. But we have no empirical evidence to support such a claim. It's possible, for example, that we're the anomaly when it comes to technological civilizations, and that there's a multiplicity of alien-types that far exceeds our imagination and the limits of our current science. Perhaps it's 16-tentacled rhino-cephalopods living in glass domes that's the norm. Or maybe intelligent minds emerge from biological computers that form on the surface of dynamically complex pond scum.

No doubt, aliens could be really, really weird. At least compared to us. And not just in terms of their physical morphologies or cultural and technological adaptations. The very way they think could be vastly different from the way we do it. Extraterrestrials could have alternative modes of intelligence, communication, and social cooperation that we can scarcely imagine.

Thankfully, there are other intelligences we can study. As a new paper published in Acta Astronautica suggests, our efforts to profile nonhuman animal intelligence can help us develop unbiased tools for describing other types of intelligence, both on Earth and beyond. What's more, these intelligence profiles can provide a new perspective on how we should look for aliens and what we might expect to find.

Read more: http://io9.com/a-new-scientific-model-that-defines-alien-intelligence-1510751824
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« Reply #833 on: Mar 3rd, 2014, 01:08am »

They would look like us four limbs ,head two eyes, three to eight digits on each limb. As for the greys I suspect they're biological robots because on alien would want who ever they were studying not to know their true biology and these beings would be biologically neutral. Their ancestors could be insects, reptile or mammal like and maybe be under water creatures. It boils down to bio mechanics there is a limit to the forms any life form can take. smiley
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« Reply #834 on: Mar 3rd, 2014, 01:40am »

Hi LS welcome to UCB
here is an alternative to the usual bio mechanicals
http://www.alieneight.com/aliens-are-real-and-they-look-like-jellyfish.htm

It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it. Dr. Maggie Alderin-Pocock, a leading scientist at the European space company, Astrium, has gone into detail about how aliens might look.

Leading scientist, Dr. Maggie Alderin-Pocock, believes aliens look like this.
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Rather than little green men, aliens would resemble jellyfish, with a flowing canopy skirt. Dr. Alderin-Pocock sees them floating through clouds of methane, from which their gaping mouths would scoop nutrients in the same way as a manta ray. They would also absorb light through their skin. Buoyancy bags keep them aloft, and they communicate with pulses of light generated by their spines. Such life is unlikely to be sufficiently intelligent to communicate. Their orange underside would act as camouflage, allowing them to escape predators.

Dr. Alderin-Pocock says that our imaginations constrain how we think aliens would appear. She suggests life might not be at all like the DNA to which we are accustomed. She was largely inspired by the strange life forms recently found to live deep in the oceans. Conventional wisdom has it that aliens would be carbon-based and require water. However, she says some researchers have been toying with the idea of silicon-based life forms. Silicon is just under carbon in the periodic table, is chemically similar in some ways, and is abundant in the universe.

The aliens would likely die on Earth because the damp, oxygenated atmosphere would be lethally corrosive to them, so perhaps invasion is less likely. Similarly, humans could not survive on the aliens’ home planet. Saturn’s moon of Titan, however, might suit the aliens fine. It is larger than Mercury and is enveloped in a dense cloak of hydrocarbon smog and a nitrogen-rich atmosphere. It is the only moon in the solar system to possess an atmosphere. It has oily black rivers and lakes. The temperature is -274°F, so water is solid, but there are rivers of liquid methane.

Currently, when life is sought on other planets, we go for planets at a distance from their stars which allows water to exist in liquid form. Water is thought amenable to life because it allows molecules to move inside cells, has a high heat capacity, remains liquid over a wide range of temperatures, and has a molecular density that forces molecules to organize themselves instead of water organizing around molecules. We might, therefore, be looking in the wrong places.

Dr. Alderin-Pocock believes that out of the billions of planets in our galaxy, very few would be capable of supporting life. She says there could be as many as four intelligent alien civilizations in the Milky Way, but they are so distant, contact is unlikely. The Voyager 1 spacecraft with its recorded greetings in different languages (and nudey pictures) has been journeying since the 1970s and has only recently entered deep space. It would take 76,000 years to reach the nearest neighboring star, Proxima Centauri.

Dr. Alderin-Pocock is one of the first credible scientists to claim that aliens probably exist. She has presented a television show. Her opinions are elaborated upon in an e-book which is available for free from Amazon and iTunes. Astrium makes observation instruments for the Aeolus satellite.[img][/img]
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« Reply #835 on: Mar 3rd, 2014, 03:03am »

on Jul 13th, 2013, 5:31pm, El Charrua wrote:
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My friend was so shocked he could not turn and face it. The being moved along, long arms, and finally disappeared.
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Has anyone ever seen or heard of this kind of experience.

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The one interesting element here is how your friend couldn't force himself to face the "thing". The most credible account I know is where the experiencer was frozen in a paralytic fear so bad he couldn't even move a muscle. This was no outside beam or mind control but simple cave-man reaction. A lot of people think they'll see an alien and say "wow, cool, man!" I beg to differ. The hackles rise on the neck, they're eyes widen to saucers in horror and the body freezes so stiff it's like you're suffocating. Heart stops. Breathing is nought. And the brain goes into an absurd paralytic mode going "No!, no!, no!..." over and over until it blanks out. I've seen a dog faced with someone high on drugs (LSD and meth, I think) which gave me an indication of how biology reacts. The poor pooch freaked out completely. And we were all like, "Hey man, what's the deal??". I'll never forget that dog's reaction...
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« Reply #837 on: Mar 3rd, 2014, 08:41am »

on Mar 3rd, 2014, 03:15am, hidflect wrote:
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Hello hidflect and welcome. Just a little info to help you here. If you feel you need to correct something in a post there's a MODIFY icon in the upper right corner. Once the post is up you can simply edit a post using it! Dan
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« Reply #838 on: Mar 3rd, 2014, 09:16am »

Ohy, Ay Seeh thath nhow. Htanks.
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« Reply #839 on: Mar 3rd, 2014, 6:20pm »

on Mar 3rd, 2014, 09:16am, hidflect wrote:
Ohy, Ay Seeh thath nhow. Htanks.


I see that you have mastered the process! rolleyes
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