What if “aliens”… are also “Earthlings”?
(ORDO NEWS) — It is believed that UFOs and the phenomenon of kidnapping are necessarily linked: UFOs are various aircraft used by kidnappers to carry out their tasks.
But where do these UFOs come from? Where did we get the idea that they certainly come from distant planets or from alien galaxies? And why not from underground or underwater bases that exist here on Earth, very close to us?
- Reasonable Doubts
Of all the stories about alien abductions of earthlings, we are most shocked by the stories that the abductors are allegedly trying to create “hybrid” offspring – humanoids who could bridge the gap between human society and the society of “others”.
This well-known “breeding program” has become the subject of many books because of its unsettling overtones. The actions of aliens are trying to explain such authors as David Jacobs or Budd Hopkins.
It is believed that the ubiquitous “grays” are forced to steal people – they suffer from some kind of genetic disease that has deprived them of the possibility of natural conception, and their only hope is to use human DNA to change their species. This version is far from flawless, as many critics point out.
Geneticists ridicule the idea that humans might be genetically compatible with aliens: it’s about the same as a human trying to successfully mate with an insect, scientists say.
True, the latest discoveries in the field of transgenic engineering make it possible to do the impossible (albeit artificially).
However, it’s hard to imagine that advanced aliens – apparently thousands of years ahead of us in development – would rely solely on kidnapping unsuspecting humans to obtain the genetic samples they need.
This hypothesis seems especially absurd when applied to a civilization capable of interstellar travel or instantaneous movement in space-time.
Logically, they should have knowledge in the field of genetic engineering, far superior to our own.
Even a civilization only a few hundred years ahead of ours would certainly have mastered the basic principles of nanotechnology and would consider obsolete such methods as, for example, the forcible extraction of an egg or sperm.
- Tricks of “strangers”
All this suggests that “aliens” (at least some of their races) do not fly to us from some distant star system, but may well turn out to be our close neighbors, actually connected with us by a common territory.
And their frequent allusions to space (such as the famous “star map” shown to the kidnapped Betty Hill) may just be a ploy to satisfy our collective madness about “space guests” and get us to look not near the house, but somewhere in space.
And the constant genetic interest of “aliens” in earthlings only proves that they are a kindred species associated with us from time immemorial.
It is clear that not all “contactees” who talk about encounters with benevolent and similar aliens were deceivers and eccentrics. It is possible that some actually dealt with real aliens.
And the fact that the “others” first appeared to us as space travelers shortly after the creation of nuclear weapons on Earth may seem to contradict the version of their earthly origin. But is it?
If you were secretly living among savages and watching them get more and more destructive weapons at their disposal or are about to destroy (burn, flood, etc.) the territory in which you are, then you would probably be tempted to intervene.
But – for your own safety – you would, of course, prefer to do it in such a way as not to betray your own existence and at the same time somehow convey your message to these same savages.
If we share our planet with local “others” – and their terrestrial origin seems to be just as valid as the extraterrestrial hypothesis – then it is certainly possible that we are numerically, if not technically, superior to them.
The “others” would be forced to live on the fringes of normal human perception, and perhaps use methods against us similar to the recent major breakthroughs in interfaces for thinking machines and “mind control”. But is it?
- And here’s what’s suspicious…
Isn’t it suspicious that, for example, so many alien encounters involve the use of chemicals, as well as needles inserted into the victim’s head?
Sometimes the abducted people are asked to drink some kind of nauseating drink before talking to the “team” or are given some images or scenes to look at that may be intended for psychedelic “processing”.
In other words, aliens – terrestrial or extraterrestrial – clearly prefer to change our perception of reality. It is as if we are forced to participate in contacts, without giving us the opportunity to trust our feelings.
But, excuse me, how does that fit in with the popular description of impassive alien scientists who don’t give a damn about our feelings (and who obviously care about our earthly affairs and who sympathize with us no more than a laboratory assistant sympathizes with his laboratory rats)?
What about post-hypnotic “aliens” commands to forget the whole experience? Why are these protective barriers quite often able to “break” with such surprising ease? Maybe because we are not dealing with stellar aliens, but with someone else, closer and simpler?
Whoever these “others” are, their knowledge of our psychic “vocabulary” is simply amazing! This is not at all like a pragmatic “genetic harvest”. Where did the “aliens” have this human aspect? And what does this portend for us?
When we have finished weeding out esoteric hypotheses, we will be left with the troubling prospect that at least one community of “crypto-Earths” on our planet is suffering from a potentially debilitating genetic syndrome.
And it seems that the “others” are desperate and, at the same time, quite reasonable guys who have been harvesting our population for decades for a possible long-term genetic repair of their fellows.
And this does not necessarily imply malicious intent: if we were in a similar situation, we would almost certainly do the same, taking equally unpleasant and tedious steps to ensure our anonymity.
But this version and around it has its own special difficult aspects…
- What if the target is us?
Can “others” set themselves some other goal? What if “they” are concerned not only (and not so much) with their own (in) fertility, but also with our (super) abilities? After all, there are many of us on the planet!
What if they’ve already got to grips with us? Then the complete annihilation or severe limitation of our ability to further increase the population of the Earth could solve many of the problems of such a mysterious community.
If we share the planet with another developed civilization, then it is possible that it will wage a “guerrilla war” against us, including by genetic methods.
Isn’t that why they hybridize? Where do those children go, which aliens often steal from the womb of women in the third or fourth month of pregnancy?
How and where are hybrids used? And what are these hybrids? Do “others” really need them in such huge numbers? For what? What if “others” are trying to crowd out and then completely squeeze us out as a species?
No, not by military measures or the destruction of the Earth – after all, they themselves live here.
Then it turns out that the increase in the number of impotent women, and female infertility, and AIDS, COVID, monkeypox, and same-sex marriages, and what our geneticists and demographers are already talking about with alarm – exhaustion, weakening and the threat of the future complete disappearance of the male Y- chromosomes.
If we and “others” really live on the same planet, then this may be a symbiosis that is beneficial for both, or it may be a “predator-prey” position.
Which of the two civilizations is the victim? Who is the parasite? Parasites (consumers) live at the expense of others, and they have different strategies, one of which is the strategy of the so-called castrati parasites.
It looks like we really are already castrated – in general, as a biological species. Who knows how they use implants implanted in the human body? And the gradual modification of our behavior is only a preparation for moral and physical castration.
A monster idea? Right. But, like any hypothesis, it has the right to exist. Moreover, “the process has already begun…”. And we ourselves easily use other species for our own survival, don’t we?
For example, we raise pigs to take their hearts for human transplants. But first, we genetically engineer these pigs. And this is no longer science fiction, but reality. And “others” can change us – for the same purposes…
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