FACT OR FICTION
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Watching whistle-blower testimonies or their presenters explaining it to You, the public, can at times seem like watching a science fiction flick. Turns out the comparison is far from being exaggerated. Spoilers ahead.
Alien, aired in 1979, is the first movie in the Alien franchise.
The crew of a 22nd century star-freighter Nostromo tries to contact Antarctica traffic control, mistaking that they were awoken near Earth. They actually awoke near Zeta 2 Reticuli. The main computer, called Mother, intercepted a transmission of unknown origin and made a course adjustment.
In one of the scenes inside the alien ship, there is a control room with a huge chair-like device and a large humanoid skeleton laying in it.
There is a belief in the community there actually are secret, Nazi and Reptilian related, installations in Antarctica and the Zeta Reticuli star system is an alleged home of the Grey aliens. The Alien series also never fails to serve a spicy taste of an android AI which, depending on the narrative, can either help save the day or is responsible for the genocide.
Giant like size ETs are also frequently mentioned. Such as the alleged ancient builder race talked about by James Corey Goode and David Wilcock.
The chair, as a central focus of controlling the craft, also has a place in UFO community. It is often said one sits in the chair and operates the craft with the mind. Something very similar can also be seen in Stargate SG1 series, 1991–2007, a neural interface Control Chair found in Antarctica.
Prometheus is a movie from the Alien franchise, aired in 2012. It is one of the prequels to the original series. At the beginning of the movie there is a scene which strongly suggests extraterrestrials, refereed to as Engineers, had a hand in the evolution of the human species using their own DNA.
One of the Engineers makes this happen by an apparent self sacrifice. The Engineer ingests what might be an extremely potent and virulent mutagenic pathogen designed to infect non-botanical organic life, also referred to in the movie as the black goo, and gets disintegrated on the molecular level near a body of water. It is this pathogen which is also the causes of all the later problems.
The claim that humans were genetically engineered if a frequent mention. A lot of it has to do with the creation myth of Enûma Eliš, Zecharia Sitchin's story of Enki and Enlil, the forbidden mixing of genes, creating in their own image, the fallen mating with the Earth's women, the alleged on-going genetic programs, humans being a mix of various other species…
The term black goo was used in 2015 by Harald Kautz Vella, for one of his theories. Harald considers it as an AI seed device for creating life within a biosphere. The same term was also popularized by Kerry Lynn Cassidy.
Enterprise-D is a 24th century starship from the Star Trek universe.
Season 1, episode 5 – Where No One Has Gone Before, aired in 1987. Enterprise ends up in Messier 33 or the Triangulum Galaxy, due to the extraordinary abilities of an extraterrestrial called the Traveler, who can channel pure thought into reality. The experienced events lead a young member of the crew, a teenage boy, to come up with the realization that space and time and thought aren't the separate things they appear to be. The Traveler tells him such “dangerous nonsense” should not be talked about since the world is not ready for it yet. It is also mentioned that thought is the basis of all reality.
The New Age is inundated with notions of the power of the thought. In the beginning was the Thought, which gave birth to the Creation. You are inside this Creation, as a small part of a whole. At least that is one of the believes.
There are many claims about the power of the mind, higher states of consciousness and supernatural abilities which supposedly come into play when that is achieved. You probably heard of the one saying what you think you create and supposedly also luring things into your life based on your stream of thoughts.
Deep Space Nine
Deep Space Nine is a 24th century space station in the Star Trek universe.
Season 4, episode 8 – Little Green Men, aired in 1995. Due to a complication three Ferengi and a Changeling crash land on 1947's Earth, Roswell and get captured by the military. Military convinces idiot in Roswell who told the local paper, they captured a flying saucer to issue a retraction and release a statement it was a weather balloon. They fear news about beings from another planet landing on Earth would create a nationwide panic. The Ferengi are thought to be Martians…
It should be self evident as to why and how this relates to what we hear in the extraterrestrial conspiracies. Mostly everything matches with the commonly believed conspiracy about the Roswell UFO crash, along with the time travel part.
Voyager is a 24th century starship from the Star Trek universe.
Season 3, Episode 8 – The Future's End, aired in 1996. Voyager and a timeship from 29th century get thrown into the twentieth century space around Earth. Due to misunderstandings and “temporal mechanics” timeship crashes on Earth in the 60's while Voyager enters the space around Earth in 1996. As the crew of Voyager tries to figure out how to handle the causality of time travel and all the connected events, they find out a human from the twentieth century used the timeship, which crashed there decades before the coming of Voyager, to back-engineer computer technology.
Many in the extraterrestrial conspiracy community believe the microchip technology and others came from the retrieved ET craft. Some even advocate the alleged Roswell UFOs came from the future.
Season 3, Episode 23 – Distant Origin, aired in 1997. A race called Voth is introduced. The species also refers to itself as saurians, meaning they belong to a group of reptiles. They communicate with each other using “clicking sounds” and seem to have a sort of a cast system. A Voth scientist finds the human skeletal remains, a former Voyager crew member. The analysis of the remains shows a number of shared genetic markers. It is later determined the genetic markers are not only shared between Voth and Humans, but between Voth and many other species on Earth. This confirms what the Voth call a Distant Origin theory. That their place of origin is the planet Earth.
It is said the Voth evolved from Hadrosaurs, a genus of Earth dinosaur that lived in the Cretaceous period. As Hadrosaurs the Voth survived the extinction event on Earth by living on an isolated continent, which was later destroyed by geological processes.
There is a problem, however, as this theory goes against the 20 million years old Doctrine – the officially established history and guiding principles of the Voth society. According to the Doctrine, the Voth were the first species to evolve in their part of the galaxy and saurian species, such as themselves, were superior. The Distant Origin theory is seen as a destructive influence to the society and all evidence as a result of random convergence. Furthermore, having anything to do with mammals is disdainful to the Voth. At the end; the Voth scientist, much like Galileo, is forced to renounce the theory in order to save the crew of Voyager.
The episode basically talks about Reptilians and their alleged connection to Earth. The Reptilian theory is widely spread in the community. The person responsible for making the theory so popular is David Vaughan Icke, who in 1999 published The Biggest Secret, writing about an inter-dimensional race of reptilian beings called the Archons.
Before David Vaughan Icke, one of the earliest mentions was in the 1929, in a story The Shadow Kingdom by Robert Ervin Howard, where the character Kull of Atlantis deals with the race of Serpent Men.
Saurian is to be the actual word as to how the Reptilians are called. Allegedly Reptilians were the first intelligent species which has evolved on Earth and consider this their planet, look down on Humans and might even had a hand in creating us, meaning we supposedly share some of their DNA.
Then there is the continent which no longer exists. Two examples of such alleged continents are Atlantis and Lemuria. The Secret Doctrine, the Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, published in 1888, talks about “dragon-men” who once had a civilization on Lemurian continent.
Season 6, episode 5 – Alice, aired in 1999. A shuttle craft with neurogenic interface that allows it to react directly to the pilot's thoughts comes into the possession of Voyager's crew. They obtain it from Abaddon's Repository of Lost Treasures, a junkyard owned by an extraterrestrial named Abaddon.
To use the interface pilots sits in a chair with the back of his head surrounded by the device, which also touches his forehead. When the pilot was seated, a brace would extend from the headrest of the pilot's chair halfway around the pilot's head. Turns out the shuttle or the neurogenic interface, which the pilot decided to name Alice, like the one from the Wonderland, is a self aware deceptive artificial intelligence wanting to return home to the Particle fountain, which is an unknown dangerous spatial anomaly.
Another example is Season 7, episodes 25&26 – Endgame, aired in 2001. In the episodes we hear about a brain implant, the synaptic transceiver enabling to pilot a vessel equipped with a neural interface.
Another example of control chair in the screenplay. In 2007 David Wilcock talked about a chair via which, using mental instructions, a spaceship is piloted. Later, others, like David's friend James Corey Goode, also mentioned this kind of alleged technology. The chosen names Abaddon and Alice are most intriguing.
Taken is a ten part mini series, aired in 2002. The story takes place between 1944 and 2002. It basically shows almost exactly what the community's claim is regarding the Secret Space Program. How it all began and was initially a part of the government, handled by the military, to an eventual bloody and self indulgent break away, becoming a secret, unknown, unacknowledged, cloak and daggers operation.
The story also tells of Grey aliens abducting humans to perform experiments on them and insert implants into their brains. The purpose of the experiments was to find a suitable breeding pairs and humans compatible with their DNA, to begin the process of creating the hybrid of human and alien. The aliens decided to hybridize themselves with humans trying to recover the qualities that they had lost, such as emotion and morality. The implants had a purpose of memory manipulation and tracking.
Greys eventually succeed and create a hybrid. A human girl Allie. Similar to Greys, Allie had an extraordinary psychic abilities, like being able to induce realistic hallucinations of any kind.
It is later revealed Greys had no concept of good or evil and were not acting based on either of that.
There are many claims in the community regarding the Grey ETs, abductions and implants. By some Greys are considered to be an artificial life form. Others claim there is more than just one type of Greys. One of the beliefs is Greys reached a genetic dead-end and have trouble procreating. Some say they are us, humans, from one of the future time-lines.
Kerry Lynn Cassidy has made several claims in the year 2012 and later about an alleged Grey-Human hybrid program. It is also generally believed Greys have telepathic capabilities, two people who talked about that were Dan Burisch and Milton William Copper.
It was also Milton William Cooper who talked about Greys trying to preserve their race and to cross breed with human beings back in 1989, long before this series was made.
Milton also claimed Greys are harvesting sperm and ovum. Allegedly females got impregnated and after the end of the first trimester, during another abduction process, the fetus is taken away from them. This is questionable, ETs would not need to do that for genetic experiments. A hair sample would suffice. Milton did talk about this back in 1989, by today the genetic science has advanced and selling this story is no longer as easy. Then again, the experts might disagree.
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
This, generally well known family movie, aired in 1982.
In 1989 Milton William Cooper claimed the movie is based on a true story. But, according to Milton, in the true story ET gets captured by the government, never manages to phone home and dies after getting ill.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
A 1977 movie showcasing some common believes and claims. Like airplane pilots and air traffic controllers both spotting UFOs, but neither wanting to make an official report. Presence of UFO craft causing electronics to turn on by itself or malfunction and also affecting objects, causing them to move unpredictably.
UFOs look like saucers, cones and orbs, having a bright neon-like lights of reddish, orange and blue color.
People who witnessed the UFOs became increasingly obsessed with subliminal, mental images of a mountain-like shape. Their UFO experience also causes problems in their personal lives, as people close to them are unable to accept it has really happened.
The mountain turns out to be the Devils Tower in Wyoming. The United States Army evacuates the area, planting false reports in the media that a train wreck has spilled a toxic nerve gas, all the while preparing a secret landing zone for the UFOs. Not every witness is fooled by the government warnings and some make it inside the protective zone.
When questioned by the government one of the questions was: do you hear a persistent ringing in your ears. Discounting Tinnitus, the ringing in the ears is considered as one of the ascension symptoms by the New Age.
The government refuses to understand, even when it is spelled out to them, that witnesses were sort of invited to come there. One of the government researches even says they belong here more than we. Three witnesses manage to evade the military and make it to the mountain, but only two of them made it to the top.
On top of the mountain, where the staging area was set-up, several UFOs come out of what appears to be artificially formed clouds or a white smoke like trails resembling clouds. Later an enormous mother ship releases the missing adults, children, even a few small animals, all from different past eras and all of whom have not aged since their abductions. The communication between the government and the ETs is done via sound, lights and Curwen hand signs.
At the end, one of the two UFO witness is chosen by the ETs, who resemble Greys, as a person they take with them.
The subliminal mental images are to symbolize the implants. The ending scene is reminiscent of the alien treaty claims, such as those made by William Hamilton and Milton William Cooper.
Some shots, like this one, of the ET ships look odd, resembling a face.
Some movies do not directly touch the conspiracy narratives but the symbology in them could in some cases be interpreted in a way where it does that. It also depends on who does the interpretation and through what “belief matrix” it goes.
Such movies are:
- The Dark Crystal, 1982
- Dune, 1984
- Labyrinth, 1986
- The Matrix, 1999
- Eyes Wide Shut, 1999
So what came first?!!? The script or the whistle-blower along with a designated presenter? The official narrative says the public is being served the truth in the form of fiction. This supposedly fulfills the requirements of Cosmic Law, manages perception regarding these topics and also serves as a possible deterrent, to refute the truth and say it is all just fiction.
Does it show or prove anything? It certainly shows these topics go in circles and continue to be recycled with this or that addition to reignite the hype and yet again bring them to the Awake&Aware public. A lot of what you hear today as “news” is decades old. No doubt there are other examples, but the ones mentioned here more than just fit the mainstream extraterrestrial conspiracy narratives.