Once upon a time there was another
Great War upon the world. The Americans had devised a terrible
weapon, which was as yet
untried against their enemies. The war raged across the planet for
years until everyone felt they had finally had enough and they
unleashed the weapon. The entire atomic framework of the planet was
penetrated with shock waves which even reverberated beyond the
molecular structure. The humans saw only the devastated cities and
irradiated bodies, but others on the planet felt a different sort of
disturbance. They observed a violation which constituted a
and enduring threat to all life on the planet, including their
own. Certain of the Jinn who were especially clever, and also good,
devised a plan to approach the Humans that would encourage them to
be more peaceful and less filled with excessive pride about their
seeming triumphs over nature. Many of the humans were even
proclaiming "God is Dead", so great had become their hubris.
Despite all this, many of the Jinn were secretly in awe of
humanity….. Humans were fearsome and destructive. They could also
love so passionately that it would light up their auras or cause
them to sacrifice their lives if they felt called to it. The humans
were created to have a very great spiritual potential, (emphasis on
the word potential,) and they had command of the planet. But the
Jinn had received special powers and attributes which they had
always used to manipulate and influence the humans. (Including
telepathy, levitation, materialization, and transmogrification.)
So, with the Big Threat in 1945 a campaign was launched to get the
attention of humanity and persuade them of certain facts:
(1)You aren't the only people in the universe.
(2) You aren't nearly as great as you think. In fact, you're a very
un-evolved species. (As emissaries of the Galaxy, we're in a
position to judge.)
(3) You are ruining your own environment and constitute a threat to
the health of the entire planet.
(4) All of the above was actually true, but then some jinn
overstepped the limits of moderation. Ridiculous and
outrageously bold concepts were introduced such as that the aliens
created the human race, and that they can see the
future. Playing God became irresistible. Some of the
Jinn actually began to believe the charade themselves. (Power can
The message did need to involve deception if it was to
be successful.... the Jinn weren't able to launch the kind of
(military) threat required to get the compliance and respect of
humans. Most of the humans didn't believe in Jinn, or much outside
themselves for that matter, so a charade was the best tactic.
They became "Space Brothers". Benign intelligences from a more
evolved planet (like Venus, usually) who would welcome humans into a
galactic federation as soon as they got their act together. Later,
when humans became convinced that there wasn't life on Venus, the
space beings started coming from places farther away like the
Pleiades. Zeta Reticuli was another favorite.
Jinn propaganda has been so successful that most humans never
seriously question it. Instead, people usually do one of 3
1.) Reject the existence of
paranormal phenomena altogether.
2.) Believe the mythology.
(UFO's are spaceships from other planets.)
3.) Refuse to think about it very
deeply because UFO's and apparitions are confusing to their sense
of "reality". Most people are probably in this category these
The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis has
been rejected by the best minds in Ufology for decades. Jacques
Vallee, Aimee Michel, John Keel, et al, have demonstrated how this
phenomenon has been with us for eons, and how it is anti-scientific
to think that these aliens reach us via hardware from other planets.
This "otherworldly" phenomenon is
here, always has been, and presumably always will be.