If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Colombus landed in America, which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans… We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet. — Stephen Hawking
The most terrifying alien we could ever meet, the saying goes, is one very much like ourselves.
What does that say about humanity? Are we demons and devils, a species that has fallen from Grace? No, surely not. Like any other organism, we’re self-interested and primarily concerned with our continued survival. Could the same be true for aliens?
The Reality of Life in the Universe
Life in the universe is simply nature on a grander scale. It’s helpful to think about it this way. While humanity is just getting its feet wet exploring the cosmos, adopting this perspective takes away much of the fantasy that so often clouds our judgement with regards to alien life.
Consider the following: how would we behave if we were the ones “visiting” a more primitive species sitting on an incredibly valuable planet? Sit back and let your mind wrap itself around that notion for a while.
According to the Allies of Humanity Briefings, which offer a welcomed dose of reality on what sustained contact with alien life really means, the aliens interfering in our affairs are nothing more than resource explorers. They want what we have. It’s that simple.
Are you surprised? Perhaps a little let down? After all, it’s far more pleasing to believe that advanced beings would naturally travel here to help us in some way. This mindset is completely understandable, though a little naive.
The New Message on alien contact explains in great detail how advanced technological civilizations are always looking to secure resources. The universe is full of species at varying degrees of development doing their best to survive.
The aliens interfering with humanity will certainly try to convince you otherwise. Many abductees have been brainwashed into thinking that aliens are here for our own good.
Set aside what aliens have said about themselves. Consider their behavior:
- Abducting humans against their will to perform breeding-related medical experiments.
- Conducting their business with great secrecy.
- Manipulating our political, religious, and business leaders behind the scenes.
This is not ethical contact! If aliens want to interact with humanity, they should do so on our terms in a fair and transparent manner.
You are competing for control of your world; you are competing for control of your own life; you are competing for who in the future will dominate the world. — The New Message on alien contact