aliens

A Quote by unknown on cosmos, universe, aliens, outer space, extraterrestrial, astronomy, astrology, stars, planet, and galaxy

Either we are alone in the universe, or we are not. Both ideas are overwhelming.

unknown

Source: school poster

Contributed by: Irako of the Desert

A Quote by Dennis Miller on narcissism, aliens, and boomeritis

Only man is a narcissistic enough species to think that a highly evolved alien life force would travel across billions and billions of light-years- a group of aliens so intelligent, so insouciant, so utterly above it all, they feel no need whatsoever to equip their spacecraft with windows so that they can gaze out on all that celestial beauty-but then immediately upon landing, their first impulse is to get in some hick's ass with a flashlight.

Dennis Miller

Source: Dennis Miller

Contributed by: jeepdog

A Quote by Daniel Pinchbeck on daniel pinchbeck, 2012, visitors, aliens, chogyal namkai norbu, duality, grays, shadow, projection, and assimilation

The visitors seem to be entities that sustain themselves from the negative emotions such as fear and anxiety, emanated by the human nervous system and energy body

Chogyal Namkai Norbu writes in Dzogchen: The Self Perfected State:
Duality is the real root of our suffering and all our conflicts.  All our concepts and beliefs, no matter how profound they may seem, are like nets which trap us in dualism.  When we discover our limitations we have to try and overcome them, untying ourselves from whatever type of religious, political, or social conviction may condition us.  We have to abandon such concepts as “enlightenment,” “the nature of the mind,” and so on, until we no longer neglect to integrate our knowledge with our actual existence.

Connected to our technological development, the Grays embody a malignant, supersensible element lurking beneath our fascination with mechanization, revealing the irrational basis of our constricted rationality.  They also have lessons to teach us.  As the critic Lewis Mumford noted, “Our capacity to go beyond the machine rests on our power to assimilate the machine.  Until we have absorbed the lessons of objectivity, impersonality, neutrality, the lessons of the mechanical realm, we cannot go further in our development toward the more richly organic, the more profoundly human.”  Like transhumanist zombies, the Grays embody the reductive perspective that sees everything – matter, genes, human souls – as resources to be used for purposes of control and domination.  In this way, the visitors serve as a warning, as well as an inoculation against a nightmarish fate we can recognize, and reject, in the time that remains to us.

Daniel Pinchbeck

Source: 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, Pages: 142 - 3

Contributed by: HeyOK

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