Who Are They? In My Opinion…

They – the ET’s, the Aliens, the EBE’s as they are nowadays called. They are not so much a what as a who in my opinion. I ascribe to the philosophy of Intelligent Design and that these beings are as human as we are. They are only alien to us in appearance, method of transport and other technology that might put them a million or more years in advance of us. A million years in the scheme of the cosmos is basically nothing, considering the universe is between 13.5 and 14 billion years old. What’s a million or two?

Picture ourselves as an anthropologist studying our own early ancestors. If we had the ability to go back in time and visit Australopithecus (3.9 to 3.0 million years ago) or Cro Magnon (30,000 to 17,000 years ago) how would they react at seeing us? What would they think? Would they be hostile or in awe? Would we be considered their Gods? What could we teach them (if they had the mental capacity to understand and learn what we had to teach them). Would we try to interfere in there way of life, or would some sort of “prime directive” not to interfere with their evolution, override how we would interact with them. How would we inspect them physically, biologically, emotionally and spiritually, again without negatively interfering with their evolutionary processes? Apply these same questions to the EBE’s relative to ourselves. Now where does that put your feelings on the matter?

The center of the Milky Way galaxyWell first of all, you’d have to be someone who actually believes that intelligent life actually does exist elsewhere in the Universe. If you don’t then there’s no convincing you on this blog. The sheer size of our own galaxy, never mind the universe is amazing. As an example, our own corner of the universe, the spiral Milky Way galaxy, is 100,000 light years in diameter. It contains 200 billion to 400 billion suns (known as stars). This is just our own galaxy. Consider that there are 100 billion galaxies in the observable Universe, or that can be seen from earth. The observable universe contains 30 to 70 sextillion stars (that’s 30 to 70,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 suns). So far, as of October 7 2009, we have only found 373 planets rotating around other stars like we rotate around our sun!

I know this might not convince you that life must exist elsewhere in the universe, but I think it helps you to understand that the possibility is extremely high, given the huge number of opportunities out there. Now, if you are open minded to the notion that it is possible for intelligent life to exist elsewhere in the cosmos, then I think you understand and are able to grasp the concept that these entity’s (500,000 to 1,000,000 years in advance of us) are visiting us now, have visited us in the past, and to do this, they must have harnessed physics and technologies beyond anything we can hope to know anytime soon.

Are they benevolent or are they malevolent? My guess is, based on everything said above thus-far, that they are indeed benevolent! If we can again imagine their civilization to be 500,000 to a 1,000,000 years older than us, and that they too have struggled in their evolutionary ladder with war, time after time, and diseases, nuclear weaponry or whatever will proceed it one can only surmise that they have mastered and transcended the base instincts of fight fire with fire and an eye for an eye, kill or be killed and survival of the fittest. I think the key word here is transcended. They have moved beyond these base instincts that we wrestle with and suffer from.

To be continued…

Okay – my head is about to explode at this point. I’ll come back to this after a few coffee’s and some fresh air. Stay tuned…


One Response to “Who Are They? In My Opinion…”

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