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#1    AlienSama

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 01:32 AM

Do you think its possible that there could be some stranded aliens living on earth that we don't know about? Like stranded grays, and stuff? And another thing, what if they could shape shift? And take form of a human? Anyone think thats possible?


#2    ShadyLady

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 01:47 AM

It is very possible there are some captured in Area 51.

I wouldn't rule out the possibility that some live here, but it's more likely that they are alien-human hybrids, not actual Grays.


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Posted 27 July 2003 - 01:04 PM

well if there are any here, we haven't heard about them!  laugh.gif  does that answer your question?

Seriously tho, as you may have gathered from my posts across this forum i don't believe Aliens have visited us. In view of this i'd have to say no, i don't think there are any stranded here. But if you presume that Aliens have visited us (which your question does) then think about it logically - If you think that aliens have visited us and abduct humans whenever wherever they like whilst keeping their own existance secret, why would they leave one of their kind stranded on earth, possibly leading to their discovery?

In my mind, if you do think aliens have visited us frequently then there are no stranded aliens. If on the other hand there are stranded aliens that means alien abductions don't exist.  

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#4    Kaj

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 03:35 PM

I think life on earth is imported by accident. with a comet...or planted!?!?
Why not...you donīt know that..
Maybe we are the aliens?
We are not separeted from space..not bystanders. we indeed live in this very same cosmos that puzzles us.


most humans only belive in what they can see. (but god of course)
Until someone can explain to me how the space is neverending in a simple way that makes sence...............I dont rule anything out.

We are just farts in space and time.



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#5    Aslan

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 03:56 PM

Is there anything, concievably, that an alien can't do? Over week or so I've read God-alone-knows how many posts, mainly from ShadyLady, AlienSama and Abducted, that purport to explain the hows and whys of aliens.

So far I've learned that aliens are (in no particular order) telepathic, capable of just about any telekinetic feat that you can think of, breeding with humans to produce 'hybrids', evolving towards a physiology that doesn't require a mouth, possibly able to 'shape-shift', hell-bent on our destruction, loving and caring beings, possessing a latent terrorist bent, frightened of cats, allergic to certain herbs, capable of absorbing nutrients through their skin, responsible for directing human social evolution and only God in heaven knows what else.

It seems to me that 'Aliens' are a catch-all phenonenon, into which people can tip just any potty belief imaginable, it's an eclectic rag-bag of philosophy, conspiracy theory, alternative world history, psychic ability, lies, spurious nonsense and excruiating naivity.

It seems you can't be wrong about them. Any old thing pulled out of my head will be a dead on hit. If I start a thread called Do Aliens produce tidal waves, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions? it's odds on that some fervent Alienite will have answered before teatime telling me that it's actually very, very likely.

I'm not disparaging anybody's belief in aliens per se, here, or belief in abductions or belief in the whole UFO phenomenon as a whole, but I am ranting about this bewildering array of half-baked nonsense that surrounds the whole topic. I mean, there's just no sense of the ridiculous about the subject.

Does anybody agree?


#6    Kaj

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 04:17 PM

I know what you mean...I wrote something in kimmīs "abductions"

We are just farts in space and time.



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#7    ShadyLady

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 07:06 PM

Aslan, you are on your own free will to believe what you want.  Like anyone else's theories/opinions here, I will not force them upon you.  I only express what I know in MY mind about them.  You decide which you want to believe.


#8    Aslan

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 07:09 PM

That's very gracious of you, thank you.


#9    ShadyLady

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Posted 27 July 2003 - 07:13 PM

There could be several meanings behind the comment, unfortunatly, expression is hard to see only in text.

I simply made the comment because it seems by your post that you think I just make these things up.  Maybe you think I do, and I will not attempt to stop you from thinking that.  But I do not just make these things up, I can assure you that.  But then again, who would believe me?


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Posted 27 July 2003 - 07:35 PM

Like The Thing? That would be scary.

I guess really there's no knowing what might happen. Aliens might find it unhosptiable here and die anyway. Who says aliens must drink water or breathe air to survive?


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Posted 27 July 2003 - 07:46 PM

Theyd be most likely Carbon based lifeforms....and require water or oxygen or some other similiar element to survive.
But whos says that some of the animals on the earth we are already accquainted with arent aliens themselves?
But i think more or less Humans are the aliens on this planet.........take it as you like.


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Posted 28 July 2003 - 06:17 PM

So Shadylady, how do you know so much about aliens?

Nothing to see here.

#13    uranium101

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 10:56 PM

please don't ask. she's not from here i tell you, she is a spy, used by the greys to monitor sites about the paranormal to find out how much we know of them, she's probably on jupiter or something right now... she has come to touch our brains w/ her icky fingers... to the bomb shelters! AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH! screama.gif save yourselves............  mellow.gif  

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#14    ShadyLady

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 11:11 PM

Uranium, that's not funny at all.


#15    uranium101

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Posted 29 July 2003 - 12:23 AM

i'm sorry. crying.gif (i live in a bomb shelter)

Jesus died for everyone, but if you were the only person living, he'd still die just for you. --- Uranium101




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