ALIEN CONFIRMATION BIAS
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
As you may already know, I have said that 2017 will not be a year of alien disclosure but a year of the confirmation of alien life. In fact, I am already confident in saying that it has already happened and that some people are in denial of what is happening or that they are just on not aware of how it is being revealed.
CIA data dumps, projects for contact, declassified material and many other revelations are pointing to the extraterrestrial reality.
However, what is most convincing is that lately, science is now arguing over the way we handle the reality and whether or not we approach it with hope or pessimism.
There is a group of cabal of ‘know-it-all’ pundits that adhere to the simple process of the members referring to or rejecting one another. There is division of method and belief among those who claim to believe in the ET presence. In essence, the UFO groups and “experts” have reached a limit in development and have lost effectiveness to a rational approach.
All things are verified by self-proclaimed experts. If the experts don’t talk about it, then it must not be important or appropriate to speak about.
However, there are basics that have been given to us by a lot of the myth makers and writers of our time that may in fact know more than they care to reveal. Many reveal things through fiction, and that fiction becomes part of the predictive programming process and the revelation of the method becomes commonly acceptance truth in the zeitgeist.
Using a science fiction metaphor from the mind of Arthur C. Clarke’s “2001 a Space odyssey,” we can picture in our mind’s eye, a humming, mysterious monolithic stone slab, a technological machine belonging to aliens in space, one of hundreds of such monoliths sent to Earth to test, teach and transform the apes into higher-order, intelligent beings. Once the ape touches the slab his mental awareness increases.
Later that day, this leader of the apes discovers that he can use dried bones as weapons. The “enlightened” apes gain domination in the animal world, establish their territorial domain, and take an evolutionary step or leap toward being more like humans, a process where the message was sent from a higher intelligence and was received causing change in the mind of that which the “God Power” influenced. The “Monolithic God” gives the primitive hominid the knowledge to create weapons and tools, tools that he uses to create similar monoliths in order to meet his “maker.”
However, it has also been recorded in biblical history that when Nimrod had made a monolith in order to get closer to the Gods, the Gods became angry and came down to destroy the tower he made.
The languages were scattered and communication became difficult and civilizations died out – when communication ceased between man, his colleagues and the Gods, they perished.
Man, then made observatories and looked into the skies in order to track and plot out the places where his gods lived. During this time man also discovered time and developed calendars based on Sun and Moon movements.
Our entire Solar System revolves around a central Sun, which in turn revolves around the galactic center of the Milky Way.
The galactic center is 26,000 light years from our Sun and is actually a ‘Black Hole’, a hole that vacuums up everything – light and matter and compresses it. It is referred to as zero point. It is in this area where the 13th house of the Zodiac existed before it was removed. It is an area of no time. It is the House of Ophiuchus. This area is situated between Sagittarius and Scorpio.
Although not incorporated into the 12-sign zodiac, Ophiuchus and some of the fixed stars in it were sometimes used by astrologers in antiquity as extra-zodiacal indicators in determining the times for cataclysms.
It is interesting to note the meanings of the crossing of the “Dark Rift” or zero point are often associated with “Judgment” or “Day of Judgment.” Also the Day of Cataclysm, plague, death and the healing of the sick and rising of the dead. The serpent holder has been associated with the godlike power to judge the dead and heal the sick. When passing through zero point, the Earth is said to receive messages from the gods.
These messages are not just vocal communications. They were also seen as lights, Merkabas, and columns of fire.
So we have to conclude that what is written in the books of the apocalypse can be seen as an echo of the cyclical nature of the appearance and or arrival of signs from the heavens. These signs can be seen as harbingers of the arrival of those who came before us, and this can be interpreted as extra-terrestrials or those who have a connection to our cosmic evolutionary process.
The ancient prophets and shaman of the secret schools looked at the universe as a place where evolution could thrive and that our next step would have to be in the outer reaches of heaven. It would not only be for our knowledge of the Gods but for the maintenance of mankind.
That’s why discussions of extraterrestrial civilizations, no matter how advanced, have historically boiled down to mere expressions of hope or pessimism. When we decide that we wish to open ourselves up a possible alien civilization, will it be to our benefit or to our destruction.
Some believe that alien contact would bring us closer to an extinction level event where humanity as we know it now will make way for a more hybrid version of man and alien. However it can be argued that mankind has always been half an ape and half a god or extraterrestrial. Thus we now hear about how our next evolutionary leap would be with machines—which metaphorically is the new Monolith that mankind needs to touch in order to be more than man.
At least that is what some scientists convey. Confirmation of alien life and human change has already been revealed in the release of classified documents and from hopeful scientists that try to mathematically decide what fraction of planets that form life?
Optimists might collect sophisticated molecular biological models to argue for a large fraction. Pessimists then cite their own scientific data to argue for a fraction closer to zero. But with only one example of a life-bearing planet (Earth), it’s hard to know who is right.
The more we learn about the cosmos, the more it seems possible that we are not alone. The entire galaxy is teeming with worlds, and we’re getting better at listening — so the question, “Is there anybody out there?” is one we may be able to answer soon.
Among scientists, the probability of the existence of an alien society with which we might make contact is discussed in terms of something called the Drake equation. In 1961, the National Academy of Sciences asked the astronomer Frank Drake to host a scientific meeting on the possibilities of “interstellar communication.” Since the odds of contact with alien life depended on how many advanced extraterrestrial civilizations existed in the galaxy, Drake identified seven factors on which that number would depend, and incorporated them into an equation.
The first factor was the number of stars born each year. The second was the fraction of stars that had planets. After that came the number of planets per star that traveled in orbits in the right locations for life to form (assuming life requires liquid water). The next factor was the fraction of such planets where life actually got started. Then, came factors for the fraction of life-bearing planets on which intelligence and advanced civilizations (meaning radio signal-emitting) evolved. The final factor was the average lifetime of a technological civilization.
Drake’s equation was a mechanism for fostering organized discussion, a way of understanding what we needed to know to answer the question about alien civilizations.
His equations should be enough confirmation for those who remain skeptical, but of course it isn’t and we are told that extraordinary claims need extraordinary proof.
Most people ‘in the know’ realize that NASA is just part of the military industrial complex, but a recent open admission on mainstream news that “there are indications of alien life” is likely the beginning of a bid to get your undivided attention before full-forced disclosure ensues.
Most people already believe what NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan states:
“I think we’re going to have strong indications of life beyond Earth within a decade . . . I think we’re going to have definitive evidence within 20-30 years.” It isn’t going to take that long if we open our eyes.
Stofan goes on to say:
“We’re on the verge of things that people have wondered about for millennia. Within all of our lifetimes we’re going to understand that there is life on other bodies in the solar system. We’re going to understand the implications of that for life here on Earth.”
However, the event of definitive evidence may take a while, and disclosure is starting to sound like a political maneuver for those who believe the aliens will save us.
Consider the average lifetime of a civilization. Humans have been using radio technology for only about 100 years. How much longer will our civilization last? A thousand more years? A hundred thousand more? Ten million more?
If the average lifetime for a civilization is short, the galaxy is likely to be unpopulated most of the time. Once again, however, with Earth as the only one example to draw from, it’s back to a battle between pessimists and optimists.
Turnabout is fair play as mathematicians in the UK are stating that they believe that alien probes are already scouring the universe for signs of life and may have already received our signals and are trying to interpret them.
They say that aliens are just as curious about Earth as we are about their habitat.
In recent months, a new statement from two top mathematicians in the UK, from the University of Edinburgh, have stated that “alien probes” could very well be operating in our very own Solar System, possibly scouting the area for signs of life and habitable planets.
The scientists from the University of Edinburgh believe that there is a good possibility that “self-replicating” robotic alien spacecraft are now exploring our very own solar system that we live in. If true, these probes would be a product of such highly advanced technology, impossible for us to yet understand – it could also mean that these probes could even appear completely invisible to human beings, the researchers said.
The two gentleman involved, Duncan Forgan and Arwen Nicholson have confirmed the possibility that there may very well be highly advanced ET races taking advantage of the intense ‘gravitational field’ of the stars in order to speed up their high-tech craft travelling through space.
This has generated talk about why we see UFO’s near our sun and the renewed interest in the Black Knight Satellite.
The intriguing mathematical analysis that supports this theory, has suggested that you could quite possibly have a fleet of alien probes out there, with incredibly advanced technology onboard which could self-replicate itself, creating new realities for themselves, while at the same time making full use of any cosmic dust and gas, then dividing into parent and child probes which would set off to explore a different star, in their goal to look for signs of life and so on in their never-ending journey throughout the vastness of the universe! They would make our Voyager craft look somewhat ‘prehistoric’ in comparison.
It is also been proposed that most of the unexplained orbs and Unidentified observers or craft that we link to aliens, may not be piloted by biological entities at all, but by complex machines and computers that may be controlled remotely from a planet much like our own.
Just last fall, astronomers revealed that a potentially rocky, Earth-sized planet orbits Proxima Centauri, a small red dwarf star in that system and the nearest to our own, just four light years away.
The $100 million dollar Breakthrough Starshot Project aims to send a fleet of paper-thin space chips to the Alpha Centauri system within a generation’s time to observe what may be out there.
With probes orbiting Jupiter and Saturn, there are high hopes that life will be found on their respective moons.
Cassini is orbiting Saturn’s moons Enceladus and Jupiter’s Europa, which have a good prospect of finding life.
Last year, strange signals from space sparked theories that other life-forms were trying to make contact. Also, scientists were forced to consider whether a mystery flashing star was due to an alien mega-structure being used to harvest energy from a star.
Now, I do not wish to end my thoughts on this topic with a bit of pessimism, but the question is what if we find a civilization out there that is not as advanced as we are and really does not have the capability of space flight or communication?
Would it be prudent for us to land or reveal ourselves to them? What would that do to their civilization?
In Arthur Clarke’s, Childhood’s End , the arrival of the overlords shook the world to its core. Science and religion suffered greatly when they arrived to Earth.
Humanity realizes that resistance is futile – that our puny power is nothing when measured on a cosmic scale.
Our minds would then be overwhelmed by the alien arrivals. Science would turn their minds towards studying the aliens, and religion would also wonder what part of the alien equation is being illustrated in scripture.
The world would then be placed into a schism.
Now, imagine what other civilizations in space that are equally or less advanced would think of us and what would happen to their civilizations?
It could spark a cosmic cult of sorts where that civilization would be more fascinated with us instead of their own well-being.
Once again, the argument over what to do continues to play a horrible trick on our confirmation bias.