Are the Visitors About to Land, and if so Should We be Afraid…Maybe VERY Afraid?


Source: Whitley Strieber’s “Unknown Country – The Edge of the World”, June 2, 2011
Posted here: Saturday, June 4, 2011 @ 11:10 AM
Word count: 801

Whitley Strieber

On April 25, famed physicist Stephen Hawking warned that aliens, if they came here, might prove to be dangerous. He said, “We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet. I imagine they might exist in massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet. Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonise whatever planets they can reach.”

Then, on June 6 the National Geographic Channel aired a special on alien invasion that essentially repeated this warning. It assembled a team of experts who were uniformly of the opinion that aliens, if they come here, are going to be dangerous and difficult to handle–assuming, that is, that they don’t simply kill or enslave us all.

Meanwhile, warnings are appearing all over the internet about a ‘false-flag’ alien attack that is supposedly going to be faked by parties unknown, presumably the government. Last week, the online prankster group Anonymous was supposed to flood UFO sites with reports of an invasion by triangular craft, but it never materialized due to the fact that we and others were tipped off about it and published warnings.

I have always wondered if the visitors might show up in a more obvious way just before or during the early stages of some great planetary catastrophe, and since we’re at that point right now, it’s worth asking what it might actually be like if they did.

I don’t agree with uninformed doomsayers like Hawking and the National Geographic Channel. They come at this from the standpoint of an intellectual and cultural establishment that is going to be devastatingly challenged by the appearance of aliens with superior science and technology. In fact, they’re going to be undercut almost to irrelevance. Think how Stephen Hawking would feel if somebody came along who could instantly and decisively close all the questions he has spent his lifetime studying? He would feel emasculated, that’s how he would feel. It would be devastating.

However, that doesn’t mean that they are necessarily evil. I spent years involved with them, and when you do that, you find out that they are extremely complex, that their ancient ways are very, very subtle and their approach to reality is very definitely different from ours. They deal with us in much the same way we might deal with primitive tribesmen whose fear makes them dangerous, or lab animals. They are wary, rough and dangerous if threatened. But if you try to engage with them, what you find is a glorious, astonishing presence, filled with wisdom and knowledge and humor, and intellectually far, far beyond our norm.

The true reason that paragons of the existing cultural establishment like Stephen Hawking and the National Georgraphioc Channel fear the visitors is that they sense that, if they do make themselves known, then their cherished world view is going to implode. And they’re right. If that happens, the cultures of science and the intellect are going to be challenged in ways as yet undreamed of.

I can see where the powers that run this struggling old world of ours would be appalled by that prospect. But I can also see that a lot of ordinary folks are going to welcome them–as they should, and precisely for the reason that Hawking and his contemporaries and colleagues fear them: they are going to bring profound and powerful change.

From my own experience, I can say that it is going to be as difficult an experience as we have ever known. But it will also be transformative. The chains draped over our shoulders by the establishment that now dominates human life are going to fall away like so much dust.

And perhaps that, more than anything, is what our leaders fear.

Wes’ Comment: All the above, plus think about all the mind control, corruption, secrets, and destructive policies that have been made and kept from public scrutiny over the years. And all the incest, “special favors” that the Elite have received from their superiors etc., etc…all that, and more,  may be revealed should an ethical alien race make contact. We can easily see the conflict in interest here, and who has the most to lose.

Moreover, contact has already been made, in much grander scale than most people can even imagine. And the Powers That Be know this. If I were them, I’d  be concerned, too. In certain terms (but not in all cases) it’s up to us to determine how we want to handle those with the “black t-shirts”, whom have been controlling this planet for eons. Some form of amnesty for some of them may be in place. ..

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2 thoughts on “Are the Visitors About to Land, and if so Should We be Afraid…Maybe VERY Afraid?

  1. Paul

    NIce post. Most anti- change – particularly sceptics regarding the ET subject are simply fearful of the change, the unknown and the amazing paradigm shift.

    Regarding hawkings’ views – I personally think that most (I do say MOST) civilisations more advanced that us will be more spiritually inclined and less aggressive. Even to us. In terms of
    Resources, surely it would be easier to mine uninhabited planets moons and asteroids than to conquer a planet habited by semi intelligent life…?

    Just a thought. Maybe I’m naive. But with that kind if technology, comes relatively limitless energy and resources. And as a consequence civilisations would become less materialistic and more esoterically and creatively inclined. Again just my belief…

    Thanks again wes

    1. Mining on other planets and satellites in the solar system has been an ongoing thing for hundreds of thousands of years, at least.

      However, some alien races have a history here on Earth, and one or a few may be interested in checking in, and also maybe change things around a little bit. Bad thing? Good thing? A little of both, perhaps…

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