In less than a decade, mankind will be confronted with undeniable public disclosure of the alien presence1. The critical choices that follow will turn into tragic consequences if made in ignorance, confusion, weakness, or desperation. Therefore informed choices must be made to safeguard human freedom. This book is about acquiring discernment in handling future relations with alien forces by seeing and learning from their current methods of deception. We must consider the possibility of alien deception so that we can preempt it.
Distinguishing between peaceful and aggressive aliens is easy. A more difficult question is how to discern between positive aliens and negative ones pretending to be positive. This question is important because research suggests not all alien factions are sincere or have our best interests at heart. If hostile forces cunningly imitate benevolent ones, then anyone refusing to acknowledge this possibility invites deception. Those who deeply investigate the alien presence will inevitably conclude that such impostors are already here on earth waging psychological warfare upon us to disarm discernment and create within the population a growing desire for their imminent arrival and leadership.
If we enter into diplomatic relations with deceptive forces without recognizing them as such, we will be doomed to repeat history for the last time. Let us be reminded of how the Native Americans traded away valuable land for worthless trinkets and broken promises, or how even today Americans are trading their freedoms for tyranny in the name of security2. If it has happened before, what prevents it from happening again? Nothing except the awareness to choose differently. To preempt this possibility, we must know our priorities and develop a keen understanding of the differences between positive forces and negative impostors.
Asking how we can discern between the two will tug firmly at the lynchpin of the entire deception. Some might reject this by assuming all aliens must be positive, that such an exercise in prudence is nothing more than “xenophobic paranoia.” Well, maybe they are letting their biases interfere with their better judgment. Unfortunately this attitude is common today considering the scope and finesse of the alien disinformation campaign. It has been so intricately tailored to human psychological blind spots and emotional weaknesses that all but the most discerning and intuitively astute are being misled. As the saying goes, the road to hell is paved with good intentions: regardless of how much one pursues peace, love, and progress, without necessary awareness of contingencies the results may be just the opposite.
It is my firm conviction that genuinely positive aliens do exist and are active in our world, but that their true nature does not conform to popular expectation. Rather, it is the impostors who dress themselves in our naive scientific, cultural, religious, and spiritualistic assumptions to fortify their image.
Without knowledge of what positive aliens are truly like, people might accept the faux alternative. So my objective for this book is to survey the falsehoods propagated by the impostors and in later parts discuss the true nature of positive aliens. This should provide a good base of suggestions from which perceptive readers may formulate their own criteria of discernment.
It must be made absolutely clear that the alien phenomenon is nebulous by nature. Attempting to apply rigid scientific standards of objectivity to the alien phenomenon is impractical and unrealistic. Science has the luxury of dealing with a material reality that is universally verifiable, but the alien phenomenon is more complex and subtle than materiality. Not only does it involve intelligent beings who can choose how much of themselves to reveal and with whom they interact, but their interactions with us are governed by interdimensional dynamics that require dependence on the observer.
Unequivocal proof of aliens is personal and non-transferrable3. This tendency toward personal rather than objective proof does not mean that the alien phenomenon is subjective, as subjectivity would imply it has no independent existence and is just a product of the imagination. Nor is it objective, because objectivity would imply it has its own independent existence that is verifiable by anyone. Rather it transcends subjectivity and objectivity altogether by having an independent existence that only reveals itself on an individual, personal basis.
To penetrate the alien phenomenon, one must possess good intuition, sharp observation skills, be flexible in working with probabilities and provisional hypotheses instead of simplistic black and white dichotomies, have developed a good nose for detecting disinformation, be familiar with the available research to date, and as a bonus have adequate personal experience with the subject as well as empathic ability to psychically detect insincerity in others. If one or more of these assets is lacking, good use of the rest may compensate.
These qualities are what I myself have had to call upon to evolve the alien scenario presented in this book. It currently fits everything I have experienced, researched, observed, and intuited in life. What makes a good theory? That it has not been disproved by the facts, is the simplest theory explaining known data without having to ignore counter-evidential data, reveals real order behind things previously thought to be unrelated, can be personally tested and verified, meets continual confirmation from new data, and compared to alternatives it is the most probable and intuitively resonant theory true to experience and observation.
For the past fifteen years I have studied a broad range of books, magazines, lectures, documentaries, radio shows, news articles, websites, and research journals relevant to the alien presence. These were interpreted against the backdrop of my personal experiences, intuition, critical thinking, and the anecdotes of trusted others. From this I have pieced together a minimally complex hypothesis concerning whom the main alien players are, what the range of their capabilities appears to be, how they typically operate, and what this indicates about their possible motives.
However accurate or inaccurate my theory, the real situation is more complicated than what I am describing here. If nothing else, let what follows demonstrate the minimum level of complexity needed to approach the alien subject.
I will begin by surveying the primary alien players: Greys, Reptilians, Mantids, and Nordics. The names are only descriptive. These are the four recurring characters in both legitimate research and alien disinformation literature4. Of course there are other alien types, but they are not as prominent as these four, who appear in source after source. Therefore I will skip discussing the less noteworthy aliens and focus on the popular ones.
Greys are the most commonly encountered type of alien. They are between three and five feet tall with disproportionately large bulbous heads. Their skin varies from dolphin-grey to porcelain white and has a dry, rough, highly elastic texture. Hair and earlobes are absent, nose and mouth are vestigial. Greys are known for their prominent eyes, which are catlike or else completely obsidian if concealed beneath a dark covering. Their eyes range from small to large, round to almond-shaped. Their manner of movement may be described as swift and serpentine but robotic and graceless.
Greys are known to experience panic and frustration but lack complex emotions like empathy, compassion, love, and humor. This suggests their awareness is sustained by the primitive reptilian portion of the brain while the rest is purposed toward psychic and intellectual functions. What qualities make them useful has been overdeveloped, while the rest has been reduced. They are minimalist lifeforms optimized for their intended function.
Greys are genetically engineered, psychically enhanced, transdimensional worker-beings endowed with rudimentary sentience and a computer-like intelligence. In their most basic form they are artificially intelligent, programmable, organic robots grown in vessels from harvested biological materials. Greys work in groups, linked psychically into a hive mind, though each has some level of autonomy.
Their DNA is a modification of the reptilian genome, optimized for maximum psychic and cybernetic qualities. Cybernetic means they are remotely controllable when necessary, functioning as remote psychic probes, avatars, or portals through which the consciousness of their superiors may temporarily operate. So although by default they are programmed yet intelligent automatons with their own basic awareness, they are readily possessed or controlled by an external intelligence.
The Grey genome can infuse psychic and cybernetic elements into a fully sentient species through hybridization. This produces a new race that is psychically more potent but consciously more controllable. Tall Greys with a sentient demeanor and individualized consciousness are an extreme example of this, while Greys in their quintessential form are short worker drones; the former are often seen leading or supervising the latter. Any proportion of hybridization is possible with any number of species including humans and animals.
Greys are sometimes physical, other times seemingly ethereal. They can vary between these states depending on how deeply they have been projected or dimensionally rotated into our dimension. If deep enough to share the same level as ourselves, they will be completely physical to our senses. If only partially, then they will be invisible to our eyes yet lurking around to observe and influence. When physically invisible, Greys can still be intuitively detected, seen and tracked by animals, and perceived during astral projections or the hypnopompic state of consciousness.
Some Greys are not physical beings but thought-forms, which are etheric constructs without physical bodies who lack the ability to materialize in the physical. They would be used more for human possession, influencing, and monitoring purposes, whereas the tangible Greys are used for physical tasks like handling abductees.
Aliens native to another dimension, who require interaction with humans without crossing the dimensional border themselves, may use Greys as remote probes for psychically subduing, managing, and extracting human abductees from the physical plane. If Greys are grown from biological materials harvested from our world, their bodies would consist of materials already attuned to our dimension, which affords them easier operation within our physical environment. This would be the main reason Greys are so prevalent in abduction reports.
Another reason Greys are so commonly reported is that they are convenient front men for alien or human military factions wishing to keep their own involvement in the abduction phenomenon hidden for strategic purposes. These include Reptilian, Mantid, and Nordic alien types. Less is known about them than the Greys because they are met less often and are fewer in number. That does not mean they are less involved in the abduction phenomenon; they manage their abduction programs from behind the scenes and allow the Greys to continue with their given assignments without intervention by authorities unless demanded by circumstance.
Reptilians are humanoid beings with alligator-like features including vertical pupils, scales, and sometimes tails. There are different factions and types of Reptilians, though they all share traits of being highly intelligent and good tactical strategists; some even have excellent human language skills. Only a small minority are of relatively benevolent orientation5, while the rest appear too heavily locked into their genetically programmed predisposition toward psychopathy, power, and control. The latter are commonly implicated in incidences of rape, torture, and mutilation of humans by aliens6.
Reptilians are transdimensional and can physically manifest in our dimension for limited periods of time. Normally they stay back in their dimension in a more ethereal state and remotely operate Grey drones. When interfacing through a Grey, they can remotely feed off the emotional energy emitted by a terrified abductee nearby. This lifeforce energy is a source of nourishment and power for all interdimensional aliens of a negative orientation, as it does for their ethereal bodies and technologies what physical fuel does for our physical bodies and technologies. Reptilians are seen less often than Greys, but are known to be one of their superiors.
Mantids are man-sized preying mantises with triangular heads, large wraparound eyes, and long bent arms. They are rarely seen except in the company of Reptilians or Greys aboard ships. Their consciousness is unemotional, calculating, but highly proficient in technical matters. They likely work as technicians specializing in consciousness manipulation, timeline alteration, and dimensional engineering.
Nordics look like white Caucasian males and females. They are usually fair-skinned with light-colored eyes and primarily blond hair, though some have darker hair. Compared to the average human, Nordics tend to have better physiques, larger eyes, and greater stature. They are also telepathic and have superhuman intelligence. Nordics are also interdimensional beings normally existing beyond the dimensional veil, the difference being that sentient Nordics are relatively more adept at projecting themselves into our physical plane for extended periods of time than Reptilians, Mantids, and Greys. They can and do walk among us in public without notice.
Nordics fall into three main categories. When seen working with Greys as docile assistants, they are likely servile clones or synthetic humanoids rather than actual sentient Nordics. When they function as controllers and supervisors to Greys, Mantids, and Reptilians, they are Nordics of a negative orientation. When they are fully sentient, individualistic, ethical, and supportive of freewill, they are Nordics of a positive orientation.
Thus the Nordic physiology itself is no indication of orientation or intention. This is further complicated by positive and negative types blending smoothly into each other near the middle of the spectrum. Qualitatively speaking, the more negative Nordics have a coldness behind their eyes, positive Nordics a warmth, and servile Nordics a certain vacuousness.
Alien Involvement in Human History
Whatever alien groups were responsible for genetically engineering humans and seeding them upon various worlds are likely no longer with us. Nevertheless, some alien types, including the ones mentioned above, have made their own modifications to the human gene pool in more recent times. These modifications include the genetic programming of humans with universal weaknesses, biases, and shortcomings. Another modification is the creation of bloodlines with specific talents, predispositions, and destinies; specifically, bloodlines with penchants for political elitism, combative superiority, or psychic potency. None of the alien groups present today can rightly claim they created the human species, though falsely taking credit would help the ones advancing a negative agenda.
Historical, mythological, religious, and archeological records indicate aliens interacted openly with humans in ancient times. There were different warring alien factions, each faction had their respective human followers who saw them as gods and got caught up in their skirmishes. Some of this is evident in the Old Testament. Considering Biblical chronology, it appears that starting around 1,000 B.C. human-alien interactions became more covert, transitioning from “gods” openly walking the earth to private meetings with selected individuals, ambiguous sightings, and subjective visions.
While for society at large the alien presence faded from tangibility into myth, alien factions continued to advance their agendas covertly. This included the establishment of human secret brotherhoods who were entrusted with special knowledge and powers to shape the course of civilization and act according to the goals of their alien benefactors. Secret societies varied in their orientations, some bent on world domination and hoarding of knowledge, others charged with safeguarding esoteric knowledge from abuse and counterbalancing the forces of corruption.
Can Human Minds Comprehend Alien Motivations?
Regarding alien intentions, we must recognize that although aliens are different from us in many ways, in other ways they are very similar. The most commonly reported types — whether Nordic, Reptilian, Grey, or Mantid — are humanoid, having a torso with two legs and two arms, a head with two eyes, mouth, and nose. They are mortal, require sustenance, and travel in vehicles. They can communicate telepathically and sometimes verbally with humans.
According to information provided by abductees, contactees, and insiders, the majority of their supposed interstellar points of origin — Sirius, Arcturus, Procyon, Pleiades, Zeta Reticuli — are less than one hundred light-years from earth. That is 0.1% the diameter of the Milky Way. The similarity and proximity is so significant that we are very likely dealing with our cosmic relatives, whether future evolutionary offshoots of the human race who have traveled back in time, aliens who have genetically modified us in their image, or other variants of the humanoid template seeded on other worlds in this sector of the galaxy.
Therefore, alien motivations are not so foreign as to be a total mystery to our human minds. We can glimpse their mindset and intentions through sufficiently broad and deep research, personal interaction, clairvoyance, or even tapping into residual knowledge from having been alien in other incarnations.
What fails is intellectualizing from common scientific or religious assumptions about what their motivations might be while rejecting data from less conventional sources. The alien deception relies on these naive assumptions to build an overly simplistic anthropomorphic mask of plausibility to hide their true intentions.
Understanding the alien agenda is not easy, but it’s also not impossible. It can be approached, even if only partially, through uncommon intuition, awareness, and discernment. The first step is gaining a better understanding of their true nature and abilities. Let’s examine what UFO and abduction research reveals so far.
Alien ships can seem bigger on the inside than the outside, accelerate quickly to extreme velocities, travel at supersonic speeds without causing sonic booms, make sharp turns without inertial side-effects, jump between locations as though teleporting, and become invisible. When they hover at low altitudes over cars and buildings an audible pulsating hum is typically heard. Their hovering mechanism appears to involve pulsed gravitational fields synthesized from separate waveforms to produce directional thrust7.
All these indicate mastery over the fabric of spacetime. Alien technology can alter the local gravitational potential to change the time rate, nullify inertia, and compress space to change physical scale. Invisibility and teleportation suggests they have access to hyperspace as well, moving into hyperspace slightly to become invisible, or entirely to take a shortcut to another location. Their technology is therefore ultra-relativistic and hyperdimensional in nature.
Aliens can walk or float through solid walls. Using a special beam emitted by the alien ship outside, they can target, levitate, and extract an abductee from his home through solid glass windows, thin walls, and other nonferrous barriers. The abductee does not dematerialize into energy or small particles, but rather slips through the barrier like one sheet of paper over another.
Alien technology allows the generation of wormholes or short conduits through hyperspace between distant points in spacetime. This can manifest as a portal that opens into the abductee’s bedroom and leads to an underground base.
Abductees may experience a sudden cessation of natural outside noises (like the chirping of crickets) during the onset of an abduction. They may also notice a change in air pressure, an unsettling alteration in the contrast level of light and shadows in the room, an amber tint to the air, and a feeling like a heavy veil or bell jar is descending over themselves or the immediate area8. These indicate that the local area is being dimensionally isolated from the surrounding space and disconnected from the surrounding time stream so that, for potential witnesses outside the bubble, the abduction takes place in a single moment and thereby escapes their observation. Otherwise abductions would be impossible in busy urban areas. The bubble also produces a shifted environment that is easier for incoming abductors to operate within since it meets them halfway.
Abductors also have physiological and psychological control over their targets. Roadside abductions involve a driver getting the sudden irresistible urge to pull over. Abductees at home who are not yet asleep may feel a strong pressure to quickly lie down and go to sleep, or feel their willpower and self-control slipping away as a veil of heaviness descends over them. Greys have telepathic ability to subdue abductees, induce or remove fear, and cause temporary paralysis.
Not all abductions are physical. Some take not the body but the soul, more specifically the etheric and astral bodies, which during sleep separate naturally from the physical body and hover over it. The soul is whisked away by a vortical tractor beam and taken dimensionally upwards where abductors perform various scans and manipulations upon it before returning it to the body. The abductee is rarely aware of any of this, unless accidentally awakening while out of body, in which case it’s possible to fight the tractor beam and avoid the soul abduction through sheer willpower to return to the body and awaken. Thus, interdimensional aliens are capable of directly manipulating the nonphysical components of human beings, not just the physical.
All the above is, for the most part, common knowledge in abduction research. Less known is the degree to which aliens can manipulate thoughts, feelings, perceptions, life events, and history itself. Even less known are their more esoteric and nonphysical motivations. Information about these must be distilled from areas outside the usual gamut of abduction research. It comes from private personal experiences correlated with that of others, plenty of careful observation and testing, suggestions and inspiration from unconventional sources, and creative puzzle solving with pieces that on the surface seem unrelated to the abduction phenomenon, such as ideas found in occult, gnostic, shamanic, religious, or spiritual works for instance. This will be discussed in the next part.
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1 This estimate is based on several factors including: 1) the rate at which the public is being acclimated to the existence of aliens, 2) the speed at which climate, economic and political instabilities are heading toward conditions ripe for alien intervention, 3) what abductees and contactees have been told concerning the completion of the alien hybridization program and timing of alien contact with humanity at large, 4) the popular anticipation that 2012-2013 will be a time of great transformation, which would be a strategic entry point for aliens intending to play upon those expectations, 5) the potentially devastating effects of the next solar cycle set to peak 2010-2013, and 6) personal observations on the current readiness of individuals who will likely play roles in galactic diplomacy and how many more years it will take for them to reach full maturity for the task.
2 See Allies of Humanity: Book Two (Summers, 2005) for greater elaboration on the parallels between natives and explorers of our own history and what we will soon face.
3 The metaphysical, hyperdimensional, and intelligent nature of the alien presence makes the UFO phenomenon function like a macroscopic quantum phenomenon dependent on the observer. This leads to an uncertainty principle preventing universal certainty. So the more universal the proof of aliens, the less convincing the evidence, as with videotaped UFO sightings, which, despite being viewable by anyone, are too lacking in detail to be convincing. Conversely, the more convincing the evidence, the less universal the proof, as happens with abductees who have undeniable personal proof of their experiences but are unable to record and thus share their experiences.
4 See the resources listed at the end of this book, specifically the following: Angelucci, Jadczyk, The Blue Planet Project, Turner, Jacobs, Andrews, Delicado, fore, Valerian, Lorgen, and Royal.
5 As for the possiblity of benevolent Reptilians, this has been circumstantially suggested by The Lacerta Files, The Convoluted Universe Book Two (Cannon, 2005, pp. 272-300), and television shows like V: The Miniseries and Stargate SG-1 where fifth columinists worked within the ranks of negative aliens to subvert their control. If benevolent Reptilians exist, they would likely keep a very low profile.
6 Such incidencees are documented in the works of Eve Lorgen, James Bartley, and Karla Turner among others.
7 See Unconventional Flying Objects (Hill, 1995) for a scientific investigation into UFO propulsion systems. Through a process of elimination, the author concluded that pulsed gravitational fields were employed. If so, then directionality would be possible through a phased array of field emitters.
8 The Cassiopaean Transcripts explains the amber tinting as bleed-through from “fourth density” (higher-dimensional realm). I have observed this and alteration in lighting contrast during the onset of an abduction. Sight Unseen (Hopkins and Rainey, 2004) mentions amber tinting. Chasing Phantoms (Conti, 2009) recounts this phenomenon and the bell jar effect as well.