Government Insiders Describe What Aliens Are Like
Are aliens real?
I sure hope so. Isn't that what Hollywood's been preparing us since the 1950s?
And here lies the cognitive distortion.
Although the pop culture acclimatized us to the idea of aliens, it also conditioned us to fear them. The message is that even if aliens exist and one day they come to Earth, they would probably be slimy reptilian-like killing machines up to no good. They want our planet, our bodies, our gold – and they’re not shy about taking it.
The most dreadful creatures Hollywood ever created were aliens: vicious super-intelligent predators, body snatchers, invaders attacking in the night, killer tripods, microwaving lights, slugs, little green men and the baddest, the scariest alien of all times – the menacing parasitic monstrosity from the movie “Alien”.
But Fiction Aside... What Do They Look Like?
If the ancient astronaut theory is true (see “WE ARE STAR PEOPLE: Scientific proof we were created by aliens”), extraterrestrial beings may look similar to us, or we may look similar to them.
Sgt. Clifford Stone, who was involved in the recovery of actual alien bodies at UFO crash sites, agrees. He says the US Army had cataloged at least 57 different alien species, and “for the most part the entities we did catalog were in fact humanoid.”
Paul Hellyer, the former defense minister of Canada, revealed an even more astounding fact: that there are 80 different alien species from places like Andromeda, Pleiades and Zeta Reticuli, and they walk among us and "look just like us."
"They are what we call 'Nordic Blondes' and also the Tall Whites who were actually working with the U.S. air force in Nevada. They’re able to get away with that; they had a couple of their ladies dressed as nuns go into Las Vegas to shop and they weren’t detected."
Others don't look human-like, but are still recognizable. They are the "little green men" of our alien lore.
"Then there’s the Short Greys as they are called, and they are the ones you see in most of the cartoons, they have very slim arms and legs, they are very short, just a little over 5 feet, and they have a great big head and great big brown eyes."
Similarly, Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell described aliens as "little people who look strange to us."
Another top-clearance government insider Robert O. Dean, Command Sgt. Major, stated that there was a classified NATO report describing alien encounters, and the appendix was titled "Autopsies."
"There were pictures of the bodies," Dean remembers, "which looked like the beings known as 'the grays.' <...> Some of the little grays appeared to not be a reproductive-capable species. The autopsy guys concluded, according to the report, that it looked as if they had been cut out of a cookie cutter - clones with no alimentary tract. They did not ingest or process food as we know it, nor did it appear that they had any system of elimination."
The report concluded that human race is a subject of study for several alien races, four of which were identified:
"One race looked almost indistinguishable from us. Another resembled humans in height, stature, and structure, but with a very gray, pasty skin tone. The third race is now popularly known as the grays, and the fourth was described as reptilian, with vertical pupils and lizardlike skin." (R.O. Dean to OMNI Magazine, 1994)
Do They Have Emotions?
According to Sgt. Clifford Stone, they communicate telepathically – not only the thoughts, but the emotions too.
“Sometimes you could feel the fear or the pain. You could feel the loss. You could feel their fear of never seeing their loved ones again. We see them as cartoon characters. They have societies, they have families.”
In another interview Sgt. Stone said:
“They are more human than what we give them credit for. I know that sounds crazy but they are. If we look for the similarities between them and us once that open contact takes place, <…> it will make that first contact much easier.”
Clifford Stone explains alien telepathy
Do They Mean Us Any Harm?
Paul Hellyer said that most aliens who have “been visiting our planet for thousands of years” don't mean us any harm.
“I would say that nearly all are benign and benevolent and they do want to help us, there may be one or two species which do not.”
Similarly, Apollo 14 astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell said that our technology is not nearly as advanced as theirs and "had they been hostile we would have been gone by now."
Even abduction reports seem to speak to purposes of scientific observation rather than intentional malice. However, serious doubts have been raised pertaining to human behavior.
As more and more countries develop nuclear weapons and our potential for destruction grows, the alien visitors are seen more often. They appear to be particularly interested in our military bases. Violent politics of Terra now threaten extraterrestrial nations, and the threat grows as our capabilities for space exploration expand. In fact, many contactees point out that the ETs are greatly concerned with the course of the human civilization.
“They don't want to tell us how to run our affairs, they have accepted the fact that this is our planet, and that we have the right to run it, but they are very-very concerned: they don’t think we are good stewards of our planet, we’re clear-cutting our forests, we’re polluting our rivers and our lakes, and we’re dumping sewage in the oceans, and we’re doing all sorts of things that are not what good stewards of their homes should be doing. They don’t like that and they made it very clear. As a matter of fact, they have given us a warning,” said Hellyer.
Granted, we can only speculate about the “alien agenda,” and there is great diversity in alien species, just like in species on Earth. But an overwhelming amount of evidence shows that most encounters have a positive nature to them, encouraging the people involved to seek higher knowledge and often creating a profound spiritual shift towards greater awareness.
Not only that, aliens seem to be more concerned about the Earth than we are. Perhaps, one day we will heed the message.
© 2013 Lana Adler