OPEN YOUR MIND for a second and consider this: What if science can not only prove the existence of extraterrestrial visits to planet Earth, but reproduce advanced, anti-gravity technology that can make it possible to travel faster than light and replace all fossil fuels and nuclear power with energy from the sun?
The implications of such far-flung ideas are just too staggering to consider. Brand it as science fiction. Laugh at the crazies. Ask them if they have a one-way ticket to the loony bin. And by the way, take that little, green, blow-up alien with antennas with you.
It’s second nature for us to quickly discount what we’ve been led to believe is impossible. Aliens and E.T. are part of our culture of fiction. The 20th anniversary of the first episode of “The X-Files” is upon us on September 10, and on some screen somewhere, Fox Mulder is still trying to find proof of the existence of aliens, and Dana Scully is trying to bring her partner back to reality.
And meanwhile, grown men who’ve led military platoons and held high public office are just now settling down after five long days of testimony in front of six former members of Congress on the very topic of extraterrestrial presence on Earth.
More than forty witnesses from nearly a dozen nations recently spoke at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. — and all they were asking was for our government to admit that extraterrestrial presence is real.
Dr. Steven Greer, founder of the movement calling for such disclosure, nearly broke down in tears at an evening lecture when he considered the bleak future for his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, who face certain global catastrophe without a clean energy solution. The saddest thing, he said, was that private defense and technology corporations — the so-called military industrial complex — reportedly have this technology and are keeping it from us, including the president and others high in government, in this time of need.
We haven’t even discussed one of the edgiest of theories: that the advanced beings making contact with us are “us” returning from the future.
What are we to make of all of this?
We could go back to sleep and keep all things alien in the realm of science fiction.
We could look with interest at Dr. Greer’s projects — mobilizing groups of people around the world to communicate with extraterrestrials through consciousness research and technology, and organizing efforts to bypass the government to create free energy technology for the people — and wonder if the power of the people truly can withstand the force of corporations that will do anything and everything to maintain control.
The “us-versus-them” scenarios may be interesting, whether it’s humanity versus aliens or people versus the power structure, but either way, if we seek such drama, we will find it.
Our planet is just a single speck of light reflecting one of an infinite number of stars in the cosmos. We are not alone — and we never have been. In fact, we are just time travelers ourselves, wearing our space suits called bodies until we jettison away from them and return to Source.
Someone once said that we are the ones we are waiting for. What we can do is show up, be present and open our hearts to all life — regardless of which planet it calls home. Our evolution will move from global to galactic.