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Posted: Oct 9, 2021 - 12:17pm

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Posted: Jan 19, 2020 - 3:52am

'Aliens' don't come from space because 'space' as most people understand it does not exist!

Dimensional entities do though.

I know this for a fact because I was experiencing sleep paralysis at the hands of negative entities for decades.

However there is good news surrounding this subject and that's due to the fact that there are positive 'dimensional' entities out there too and when/if you manage to connect with them they can eradicate the negative entities influence from the experiencers 'experience.'

There is no mistaking the difference between  entities.

The former feed on anxiety and the latter emanate only Love.

There is a catch!

If you are being influenced by negative (Alien) entities, the only way to extracate yourself is to raise your own personal ''vibrational'' frequency.

Positivity and negativity are polar opposite frequencies and one can not be active within the same virbational vicinity of the other!

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Posted: Jan 18, 2020 - 5:30pm

So where do all these foreign microorganisms come from? Well, nobody is born with a full complement of them. Instead, they are acquired after birth, from a mother’s milk and from the environment. All are pretty much in place by the time you are three years old. This is why it is possible to say that you are born 100 per cent human but die 50 per cent alien.

Actually, it is worse than this. The Human Microbiome Project estimated that the body contains at least 10,000 species of bacteria. The DNA of each of these species has a unique sequence of “genes”, each of which codes for a protein, a Swiss-army-knife molecule with a specific purpose. The Human Microbiome Project added these up and concluded that the human body contains about 8 million genes belonging to bacteria. By contrast, the human genome contains a mere 24,000 genes. Consequently, there are about 400 times as many microbial genes exerting their effect on your body as human genes. Or, to put it another way, 99.75 per cent of the DNA in your body does not belong to you. In a sense, you are a mere 0.25 per cent human. Perhaps it is more truthful to say that you are born 100 per cent human but die 99.75 per cent alien!

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V-neck robes were fashionable among extra-terrestrials in 1983, but they would soon follow humans and reject them in favour of Daisy Dukes.
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Posted: Aug 30, 2018 - 10:07pm

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Posted: Aug 12, 2014 - 5:00pm

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We could find alien life, but politicians don't have the will - Seth Shostak

While alien life can be seen nightly on television and in the movies, it has never been seen in space. Not so much as a microbe, dead or alive, let alone a wrinkle-faced Klingon.

Despite this lack of protoplasmic presence, there are many researchers – sober, sceptical academics – who think that life beyond Earth is rampant. They suggest proof may come within a generation. These scientists support their sunny point of view with a few astronomical facts that were unknown a generation ago.

In particular, and thanks largely to the success of NASA’s Kepler space telescope, we can now safely claim that the universe is stuffed with temperate worlds. In the past two decades, thousands of planets have been discovered around other stars. New ones are turning up at the rate of at least one a day.

More impressive than the tally is their sheer abundance. It seems the majority of stars have planets, implying the existence of a trillion of these small bodies in the Milky Way galaxy alone. A deeper analysis of Kepler data suggests that as many as one in five stars could sport a special kind of planet, one that is the same size as Earth and with similar average temperatures. Such planets, styled as “habitable”, could be swathed by atmospheres and awash in liquid water.

In other words, the Milky Way could be host to tens of billions of Earth’s cousins. (...)



 
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Posted: Aug 12, 2014 - 11:11am

We could find alien life, but politicians don't have the will - Seth Shostak

While alien life can be seen nightly on television and in the movies, it has never been seen in space. Not so much as a microbe, dead or alive, let alone a wrinkle-faced Klingon.

Despite this lack of protoplasmic presence, there are many researchers – sober, sceptical academics – who think that life beyond Earth is rampant. They suggest proof may come within a generation. These scientists support their sunny point of view with a few astronomical facts that were unknown a generation ago.

In particular, and thanks largely to the success of NASA’s Kepler space telescope, we can now safely claim that the universe is stuffed with temperate worlds. In the past two decades, thousands of planets have been discovered around other stars. New ones are turning up at the rate of at least one a day.

More impressive than the tally is their sheer abundance. It seems the majority of stars have planets, implying the existence of a trillion of these small bodies in the Milky Way galaxy alone. A deeper analysis of Kepler data suggests that as many as one in five stars could sport a special kind of planet, one that is the same size as Earth and with similar average temperatures. Such planets, styled as “habitable”, could be swathed by atmospheres and awash in liquid water.

In other words, the Milky Way could be host to tens of billions of Earth’s cousins. (...)


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Posted: Aug 12, 2014 - 9:20am

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Posted: May 17, 2014 - 5:05pm

The Horrible Philosophy Behind the Star of ‘Alien,’ H.R. Giger’s Xenomorph
Unlike many of its galactic fellows, the Xenomorph doesn’t fly around in a spotless ship of unfathomable technology. Giger’s creature is a filthy, primal parasite whose very survival is contingent on it’s continued rape and exploitation of other species. If this sounds like a familiar concept, it’s because, at least according to Giger, it was an accurate, if a little pessimistic, reflection of humanity’s most basic function. Throughout his career, Giger made a point of highlighting the dark side of the human life cycle so often worshipped as a source of hope and positivity.

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Posted: Aug 28, 2012 - 7:34pm

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My hero on  "Ancient Aliens" History channel ...
 Giorgio Tsoukalos
and 'ya gotta love the hair!! 

 

 
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/technology-blog/meteor-explodes-over-england-violent-force-212434670.html

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Posted: Aug 27, 2012 - 11:25am

My hero on  "Ancient Aliens" History channel ...
 Giorgio Tsoukalos
and 'ya gotta love the hair!! 

 


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Posted: Aug 27, 2012 - 10:35am

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