Close Encounters of the Powerful Kind
Gray Aliens Examination -welcome to the conspiracy....
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Close Encounters of the Powerful Kind
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Close Encounters with the Demigods?
This same power has also lended the Master a mystique or allure that, too, is difficult to rationalize. There is the sense of being in the presence of one who is to man, as man is to animal. There exists a gulf, so to speak, which we have yet to cross as a species. The CEE is aware of this, as is the Master. I am not so certain that the gulf is even breachable, at least in our present state. Furthermore, as the CEE senses the above, he also is made aware of his lack, his subordinate position and this may be painfully humiliating to the abductee. The astute and compassionate human, should he care to look, will also note the same response in the lower animal kingdom to his own superior qualities. There is an ad-hoc mixture of fear, need and shameful awareness of inadequacy that is heart wrenching to witness. Is this, then, how a stray dog may feel when confronted with the towering 2-legged stranger?
Be it as it may, there is an undeniable flavor of species' arrogance from the Master. It is fully aware of its position, and the human response to same. But I do not think the Greys or the Master are 100% empathetic with the human response. I don't think they can be. Contrary to science fiction, ESP and empathy are not quite the same thing. If we are truly dealing with non-human contact, then though the grays and/or the master may see into our souls and grasp the gist of what we think and feel, they do not and cannot precisely share the same complete understanding of what these emotions mean to us as humans.
No, standing outside the human species creates a wall for them to climb; there is a barrier to complete and absolute species comprehension that they must find a way around. I think that is part of the alien 'contact' enigma, and I also think they have found a way around it.
The solution to the problem is glaringly simple, and the very simplicity and accuracy of what I am about to propose lends a certain credibility to the alien enigma as it stands. For if one needs or chooses or is driven to work with a tree, to understand a tree, to avoid misunderstandings with a tree, to interact and exchange and learn from a tree, one cannot do this from the outside in. Accuracy and full knowledge can only be gained by BECOMING the tree, by entering into the experience of being a tree. We see similar dilemma in our own investigation of naturalized species research - we hide cameras and recorders beyond the range of animal detection so we can best understand their behavior when not influenced by a human presence.
I suspect, far beyond the eye scan and routine check ups taking place in some spaceship on the other side of the moon, or the other side of our imaginations, that there is an actual extra-species research taking place within our own minds. To fully learn from us, for whatever purpose, the aliens and the like, must get inside of us. There must be a union, a joining, a marriage of minds for this to occur.
And I also suspect that, at least in part, this is taking place on a much larger scale than we can possibly credit.
And before we fall head first into another ego-trap, this must not imply that we are nearly as special and unique as we have been comforted with or led to believe. I highly and sarcastically do not believe for one minute that humans are nearly so fascinating to others as we hold ourselves to be. Let's not be any more gullible than necessary. We are only as fascinating and desirable and important to another species as their NEED dictates. This is inescapable logic. This is an inescapable equation.
Furthermore, it is neither a good thing nor a bad. It is a state of affairs of which most of us are largely in the dark pertaining to such. We can bemoan or embrace our supposed Space Brothers until the sun goes dim and is a smoking chunk of charcoal frozen in time, but it is as it is. We must accept that and try to understand what now confronts us. And no book, no blog, no media king nor professional skeptic can give us this understanding. Ultimately, we must each of us earn this understanding. That is what makes the Gray Alien enigma so complex and frustrating - it appears to be neither objective nor subjective, but rather an intriguing mixture of the two. That is the challenge before us, to walk that narrow path without falling to either wayside.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Reptilian Experience 3:
Preparatory to sleep, a CEE sits alone in his room one night, thinking and smoking a final cigarette before turning off the light. The CEE is suddenly stunned to observe a glassy image (reminiscent of Predator) moving across the top of his closed window curtains, with the curtains visibly distorted behind the image (the general size and shape of an enlarged head) - as though something tall and nearly unseen were passing through the area. There is no logical explanation for this - the image was not a disturbance or film in his eye, the door to the room was shut thus the image did not originate from outside the room, and finally the sole window to his room was only a couple of yards from the SOLID BRICK WALL of his neighbor's home. Outside all was dark and still, both homes were a respectable distance from the quiet street. The layout of the room did not allow for any reflections or lights, etc to be seen from the neighborhood street. Finally, the image seen was on the inside of the room, not emanating from an unknown outside source.
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
GRAY ALIEN GREY ALIENS
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
The Switchback Experiment
What ARE they studying?!
Do the Greys 'cull' their 'flock'?
Greys have the right?!
The Cold Factor in Close Encounters
Monday, April 20, 2009
Metaphor or OZ ?
A Hive Mentality?
Grays in the Night
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Saturday, April 18, 2009
My Own Close Encounter
Greys who glow?!
While I'm writing on a personal level for the time being, (don't think I've abandoned serious research - I've got a lot of material to digest and attempt to make some sense of!) ... I'd like to tell you about my first truely conscious Close Encounter experience which was (and has been) upsetting and difficult to properly niche in my world view.
The Close Encounter happened this way:
At the time, due to back and muscle pain, I had become accustomed to sleeping alone in the downstairs bedroom of our split-level home. I was and always have been a very light sleeper, being slow to fall asleep and quick to awake. I suppose medication would have helped the pain, but many meds bother my stomach so I just winged it and stood the discomfort as best I could (I'm only mentioning the medication thing so the reader will be aware that no drugs, alcohol, etc were involved - I'm very boring that way LOL).
With the curtains closed and no night light in use, with door closed, the room was very dark. After having been asleep perhaps 3 hours, I awoke in the middle of the night ... (I mean FULLY awake, no lucid or false awakening as I've experienced those and know full well the difference) ... suddenly and completely I was fully awake, opened my eyes and saw floating or swimming or stretched out roughly 6" above my prone body, a Gray Alien whose tremendous eyes were staring straight into my own! Let me clarify, the grey seemed to have been moving up and across my body (from foot to head) and was positioned a little above my waist level when I awoke and 'caught' it, so its eyes were both above and below my own. It was as if I had unexpectedly awoke and 'caught' the alien in the act (what act?).
One of its disturbingly thin thin arms and hand was stretched out and reaching upwards toward my shoulder area. But, I only had a mere second or two to look into those incredible eyes before I did the most unbelievable thing - which was to simply turn my head to the right on my pillow and go back to sleep.
Hours later when I awoke that morning, I didn't immediately remember the incident until I turned to straighten out my sheets and pillow, which brought the memory of the night's event fully into my conscious awareness. And, while you would assume that the Gray Alien's eyes would have been the most unsettling and best remembered feature of the Close Encounter, it wasn't. What virtually traumatized me was the impossibly thin, spidery arm that had reached out towards me. To this day (ten years hence) when re-telling or remembering the creature, I make this crazy gesture of sliding my left hand down and over my right arm and extending it further, to somehow impress or vent the disturbance that arm invoked in me! Now, a dream does not invoke a post-traumatic response and that is precisely what my gesture is indicative of.
Something puzzling, in the brief moments I viewed the grey, I noticed a few things that stayed with me. One, the head was iconic and YET, it was not smooth and shaped exactly as one sees depicted in common renditions. The head was more wrinkled, or roughly fashioned (and I would have been seeing the top-forehead area), lumpier maybe, than what I previously would have guessed. Two, the grey had a glow, like a bioluminescence of a weird greenish inner light, so it was quite noticeable in the darkened bedroom. A few years ago I tripped across information in a neurological article mentioning how part of the human brain ** , under certain conditions, was able to view low-range luminescence.
Okay, so what do I think? Was it real? Logically thinking - who knows. Emotionally thinking - absolutely. Did it impress me, or make a difference in my life? You bet. Something we know next to nothing about is part of our physical world and I am driven to understand it.
Furthermore, I want to add my additional impressions, although I don't know why exactly I should have these thoughts. But. I felt that the grey had entered my room via the large windows at the wall near the foot of my bed, almost as if I can visualize it climbing in. I felt that the grey had stilled itself, that it did not expect me to awake and 'catch it'. I felt that the grey then deliberately and purposefully sent me immediately back to 'sleep'.
And I felt like the eyes linked to a mind so unique, so beyond what we think of as human awareness, as to be in a category all of its own.
Was this a lucid dream or alien contact? Had I been abducted by a Grey? All I can say for certain is that I had been occasionally experimenting with self hypnosis and other mind expanding techniques. But never ever did I expect to wake up to see an alien hovering over body!
* Zombie Word Alert: Next to pizza, human brains are the favorite food of most self-professed zombies. The ultimate culinary delight, being of course, human brain pizza - easy on the onions. Thin crust only.
Friday, April 17, 2009
Demonized When It Gets Up Close & Personal
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Nocturnal, oceanic, subterranean, brown-dwarf planetoid where infra-red vision would be the standard, artificial environment of long standing (okay, we're all thinking 'space ships') are plausible labels.
Now, since the Gray Alien is a bipedal (as are hominids), why is it so spindly? How and why would a lifeform, under what conditions, develop the form we are familiar with? ...
A. the grey head seems far too large for its neck to support.
B. the grey is short legged but proportionally so for its size, yet the arms are disturbingly long, as are its hands and fingers.
C. the thumb, sitting as it does in relation to the fingers, may indicate greater dexterity than found in Earthly bipeds.
D. Nails and teeth, common biological tools for attaining sustenance, are not visible or are greatly retarded. [and this brings to mind what those close encounter experiencers who have allegedly produced 'hybrid' offspring have been told regarding such offspring - "you cannot feed her/him"]
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Area 51 Scientists break decades - long silence!
Will the enigma of the Grey Aliens and UFO's be resolved?
Not today, my friends, not today.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Gray Alien physiology - picking up from where we left off, having thus far noted a fair plausibility for a 'nocturnal (all variants included) species' - either biologically or artifically so.
C. In addition to the white/grey pallor of the epidermis, and the immensely dark, prominent eyes, consider too the apparent atrophy or immaturity of other facial features: chin, mouth, nose and ears. These structures are markedly diminutive in the greys.
The Gray Alien's aural structure (as we see it as this time) may not be sensitive to the movement and vibration of molecules outside the organism in the manner of humans and other known vertebrates, although the internal structure beyond the ear opening (and it has been reported to exist) is unknown. The grey does not appear to use sound as a primary means of communication - which ironically plays into the telepathic abilities the grey alien is noted for.
On earth, bats use what is called ultrasonics (a frequency higher than audio) and dogs are able to hear ultrasound. On the other end of the spectrum - snakes, whales, elephants and giraffes sense infrasound. And underwater, the speed of sound moves faster than it does through the air, which serves well those species whose environment is not conducive to sight. However, the Gray Alien does not appear to suffer any deficiency when it comes to sight ... if anything, due to the observed nature of the eyes, the grey could be said to have an over-development in this department. The same may not be said for its hearing, perhaps.
Or not. The Gray Alien does come across as being rather insectile, due to the enlarged head, stomach (thorax?), spindly limbs and speed of movement. Many close encounter experiencers and researchers have postulated a certain 'hive' mentality. Furthermore, insects do not possess lungs (respiration has not been noted in greys). The Praying Mantis, for example, hears via ultrasound which enables it to avoid its predator, the bat.
Interestingly, the Close Encounter experiencer may have the uncanny urge to 'crush' the grey, like a bug! The experiencer remarks upon the seeming fragility of the grey alien, only to be later surprised by its unlikely strength. Obviously, there is something about the Gray Alien that prompts an instinctive 'human to insect' reaction or revulsion.
But, while the study of the insect kingdom does bring up some interesting features (such as the Integument with its incredible combination of strength and flexibility) as compared to certain characteristics of the Gray Alien, it is considered very unlikely that an insect can reach any significant size due to a limited oxygen dispersal. (the reader is encouraged to do their own research in this area as the author may have overlooked viable similarities due to the rather vast amount of information available on the insect kingdom. The author gets tired!)
*** I'd like to take a 'time out' here and ramble a bit, simply as 'one' curious person to 'another'. What I'm going to say is simply MY impression, my thought process, etc... as an individual. It is not easy, even with the wealth of the all-ready existing information (anecdotal and otherwise) available, to take on a project such as I am attempting to tackle. I wish I had the help of a team of experts - biologists, entomologists, neurologists, psychologists and the list goes on. Who knows, with the assistance of competent professionals, what kind of inroads could be made to unravel the Gray Alien enigma? Unfortunately, I don't have this kind of help.
But, you can darn-well skippy bet that somebody has had this kind of help, has pieced together an accurate picture, and knows who and what the Gray Alien truly is! And that somebody is not talking.
I'm not referring to a governmental or otherwise 'conspiracy' theory. I'm not speaking of the latest contactee with an inside tract. I'm not going off into wonderland and embracing the 'space-brother' idealist, either. While any or none of the above may have merit, at this time I see those things as a distraction and impediment to serious inquiry. At this time.
The very nature of the human response to the Gray/Grey Alien enigma allows for easy side-tracking.
What logical thinking does lead me to believe, however, is that with the decades long fascination, experiences, ridicule, study-groups and organizations, sightings, abductions (as reported), information, mis-information, dis-information, trace physical evidence as it stands, the vacillating interest (public and military) of the enigma, the popularity of the grey icon in media - movies - books - tv shows - radio and so forth ... with the above it must be said that somebody somewhere has thoroughly, seriously and precisely dissected the Gray Alien enigma inside-out and upside-down and has the answer!
And that somebody is not talking. At least, not to the likes of me. Or you (or you wouldn't have stayed with me this far).
No matter what the Gray Alien enigma is or is not, no one person has thoroughly come forth and presented John Q. Public with a detailed analysis w/conclusion as to what we are dealing with.
Oh, there are books (sincere or otherwise) published by the fistful. But none of them has been able to answer THE question "What are the Gray/Grey Aliens and Why are They Here?" to any inarguable/irreducable conclusion. Wouldn't you think, after no less than half a century, somebody could do so? Wouldn't you think that somewhere, someone has been able to establish a solid-working-ground on which to build serious analysis?
My opinion - it's absurd to think that someone has not already done so. To my mind, that is perhaps the MOST absurd aspect of the Gray Alien enigma.
Yet, here we stand on the first floor of the 21st century, still struggling for answers. Really now, this shouldn't be this hard.
Gray Alien Examination Part I
Gray Alien Examination Part II