Free Will and Sacrafice
> While some use the argument that because we are still seemingly free onReminds me of sacrificial lambs. Can I then give of myself willingly , for
> earth to do our thing that the aliens are benign (the argument Greer
> makes), they are missing the point that people have been systematically
> taken against their will. So while the main group survives, a certain
> number of them suffer.
others? Maybe if I'd been brainwashed since childhood into thinking I
should act like Jesus, I could.
But lately I'm thinking I want my life for me. Even if I have the desire to
help Earth and mankind, and chose this of my own free will even without
realizing its consequences, even so----this doesn't mean I want my whole
life to be in service.
"Host" works well, too---I don't want my eyes and ears and thoughts looked
through, either. Even though I've been fortunate to see fantastic things and
to experience wonderful things. Even so. I want to be alone in here.
My Free Will, which I have faith exists because it's better than not having
it, should allow me to say no now that I'm partially savvy.
Maybe I'll find out later I should instead have given it my all; maybe the
battle for Earth will be that close. But right now I'm flexing that Free
Will muscle and consciously repeating "No!"
> I always wonder if when people refer to Nordics they are talking aboutthem...
> I've seen a few blondes among his men and a dark haired guy too. They allI think there are different kinds of human type aliens visiting us--probably
> have long hair.
from parallel worlds, or different time spaces. There are likely to be as
many different types as there are worlds, perhaps.