Are All Alien Theories Just As Good?
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“There are great spiritual powers in the universe, but do not confuse them with those who are intervening in your world, or you will make a critical and perhaps fatal error in judgment.”
We all have our own perspectives. Five people could witness an event and see completely different things. Was the event different for each participant? Of course not. The only difference was how they perceived it. How much more true this is for the greatest event of our times – humanity’s sustained contact with alien beings.
Correctly discerning this is challenging enough. Add in a toxic mix of deliberate disinformation combined with humanity’s proclivity for wishful thinking and you have a real uphill battle for the truth. People who agree that aliens are here can rarely agree on anything else. We each have our own pet theory or author or channeled source of information. It’s difficult to make sense of it all when everyone’s busily waiving their arms trying to get themselves heard over the crowd.
Is one theory just as good as the next? We certainly don’t think so. On what basis should we assess them?
Who benefits? It’s always important to keep this in mind. Does the theory empower humanity to be a strong and free race in the universe? Or does it disempower us in favor of aliens from distant worlds? Many theories that paint a deeply corrupt picture of human leadership have this undertone. Does the theory propose alien guidance of human society? That’s a red flag. Deeply consider your ideas on the alien presence. Do they really benefit humanity?
Let’s be cautious.
Humanity is like the young country girl moving to the big city. Being too trusting too fast may lead to terrible consequences. We don’t yet have the collective wisdom and experience to appropriately deal with the forces in our midst. It’s something we will learn as we go along. Until we do, we must be cautious.
Let’s consider a popular theory that sees aliens as spiritually enlightened beings here to help us. What happens if that line of thinking is completely false? Like the country girl in the big city, humanity would have naively trusted where it should not have trusted. We won’t necessarily have a second chance. We only have the one planet. We need to get this right.
In contrast, keeping a skeptical eye on aliens is far more sensible. If this theory is wrong and aliens are truly enlightened beings on a mission of mercy, then it’s no problem. Very little harm will have been done. Do you see the difference?
How do you know what you know?
“It is something you must feel. To have a feeling orientation, your mind must be still. Truth is something you will feel with your entire body, with your entire being.”
Where do your beliefs about the alien presence come from? Are they facts or opinions? What do you really know about this subject? The alien presence is difficult to discern. What do we really know about what life is like in the universe? What do we really know about alien motives and capabilities?
Do not fool yourself into thinking your opinions are facts. Where do they really come from? You read a book or watched a video and decided that you agreed most with one particular point of view. Is that enough to really understand a situation? Even if you have first-hand experience with aliens, can you really trust what you know? They have a habit of altering perceptions and manipulating memories. Can you trust your mind?
Humans have the capacity to pierce through the veil of the deception on this topic, but it will not come from gathering information on the internet. It can only come from the Greater Mind within us – the source of truth we call Spirit or Higher Self or Christ Consciousness or Buddhanature. It is the part of us that has not left God. It cannot be corrupted — even by alien technology. It is the part of you that knows. It is the only part of you that can really discern the alien invasion. Everything else is just ideas and beliefs.
Adopting a spiritual practice like Steps to Knowledge can help us reclaim our connection to the greater source of truth within us. Until we can reliably do so, it’s important to consider who benefits from a particular viewpoint, to err on the side of caution, and to always ask ourselves what we really know.