You ask a significant evolutionary question. If you don't mind my
re-phrasing it, I would say it is: What are the laws that govern harmonious
I have long observed how our typically human ways of creating
organised chaos on earth arise naturally and automatically from our general
disregard for universal principles and laws of nature. It's not that we
don't all know that society will collapse if everybody lies and acts
violently towards everyone else, because we do know. That is an obvious
universal law. But we pay it little heed by and large, with the result that
our society operates routinely on the basis of lies and violence, with our
national governments being the prime exponents of these antisocial practices
and even claiming (incredibly!) that it is their duty to practice them in
the interests of preserving the security and well-being of society! How can
any ETs who are not completely out of their heads entertain the thought of
allowing self-deceiving beings like us into their society? They might as
well give cosmic citizenship to demons from hell because the effect of it
would be the same. We would, of a certainty, disrupt their well-ordered
universe by bringing our mental disorder into it.
So I think we need to be confined to this small planet and this
minor solar system until we have learned how to live without needing to lie
and act violently towards one another. In my view, only when we have
mastered this now-urgent evolutionary challenge would it be realistic to
think that we might be able to work towards qualifying for membership of
free cosmic society.
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Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 11:33 PM
Subject: [ufodiscussion] Universal Laws
What do we know of Universal Laws? Contactees in the early fifties shared
their knowledge about these Laws with the public. George Adamski, Howard
Menger, and so on. It seems before we can co-mingle freely in the Universe,
it is their desire that we learn the value of these Laws.
What Laws? What are the Laws you think they're referring too.?
This isn't a test.