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earthsister

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dub_<br /><br /><font color="orange">EarthSister, do you, by any chance, have a recent photo of yourself and Jack together you can post a link to?</font><br /><br />I put a few pictures of Jack and me on my site, on the "Jack & Nancy" page, which is on the "News" page. You can get there through my sig.<br /><br />Jack won't post here but if you would like to talk to him by IM, he said that would be all right. I told him you might have a lot of questions but that you are not like some of the people around here. He does not mind the skepticism as long as your motivation is sincere.
 
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Calli,<br />I don’t think it is fair to say that anyone is trying to “rile her up”. Most of us simply want nancy to stop claiming her fantasies are real, and take responsibility for her deceptions. I think that is a reasonable request and a reasonable expectation for a science forum. If this were the Science Fiction forum, that would be different.<br /><br />As to impugning her self control, (incorrect usage of impugn, but I understand your intent) Eddie’s comment appears to have been merely an observation based on past performance. Actually, I have had some success with that type of “reverse psychology” in preventing attacks before they start. People resent someone else predicting what they will do next, and there have been times where members on the verge of an attack clearly restrained themselves, apparently because they didn’t want to allow the other person to be right.<br /><br />BTW, thank you for giving her that advice. Would it be too much trouble to give that advice to skyeagle? <img src="/images/icons/smile.gif" /><br /> <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <p style="margin-top:0in;margin-left:0in;margin-right:0in" class="MsoNormal"><font face="Times New Roman" size="2" color="#ff0000"><strong>Our Solar System must be passing through a Non Sequitur area of space.</strong></font></p> </div>
 
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earthsister

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The_Id<br /><br /><font color="orange">I looked over your web site as I said I would. I would like to know if you put it up yourself or had someone else do it. I was particularly impressed with the copy protection scheme.</font><br /><br />Thank you for looking at my site. I put it up myself. The copy protection I have is not foolproof but it makes people think before they use somebody else's work. I have seen some sites that are not clickable at all, which I plan to do for mine.<br /><br />All I can say to your hint of what you think, is that I am completely honest and sane. "What people think" is not the most important thing to me, and not what I do this for. If it were either, Jack and I would not put ourselves and our family and friends through the torment of popular opinion. But then, I really don't have to speak out either. I could hide in my house afraid and ashamed instead.<br /><br />Thank you for your interest, and good luck to you too.<br />
 
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earthsister

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Thank you, Callie.<br /><br />And thank you, Eddie. I accept your apology.
 
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earthsister

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crazyeddie<br /><br />I respect your opinion when you don't berate me with it.<br /><br />I respect your position because I understand your disbelief. It is only your tactics and the way you come across that I have a problem with. Not everybody acts the way you do, although many here think and feel the same way you do. It is important to be reasonably kind to others no matter what your difference of opinion may be because the way you act reflects what's inside of you, not what is inside of your opposition.<br /><br />I don't stick my neck out for you, I do it despite you.<br /><br />If you have any questions for me, I am more than happy to talk with you, even if you disbelieve me. But if you insult me, I will have to ignore you.<br /><br />If you don't want to have a civil conversation or even a civil disagreement, just don't talk to me.
 
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mkofron

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EarthSister,<br /><br />Is it true that if I wrap aluminum foil over the top of my head this will prevent aliens from reading my brain waves and implanting thoughts into my head?
 
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mkofron

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<blockquote><font class="small">In reply to:</font><hr /><p>Honestly, what do you think?<p><hr /></p></p></blockquote><br /><br />I don't know. I think it's all part of science fiction. Then again I thought the same about extraterrestials visiting the earth.<br /><br />
 
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earthsister

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mkofron <br /><br />The alien races are real. Most of what you hear about them is not real.<br /> <br />Tin hats do not stop alien people from understanding your thoughts or communicating their thoughts to you.<br /> <br />The advanced races may give you ideas, but they can't make you do anything any more than if a human gave you a suggestion to do something. Some people might jump off a bridge if you suggested they do it. And some people might imagine that you suggested it. By default, some of those people naturally have alien experiences, but the aliens are very selective about who among their related humans they will try to work with.<br /> <br />If you have the opportunity for contact on a physical level, or for awareness of your contact on a physical level, and you do not want it or "think" you do not want it, whatever you do to communicate that to the aliens on a physical level, may cause them to have to stop the contact, or more usually just your awareness of it.<br /> <br />Instinctual fear of the unknown is the largest factor in our refusal to participate in contact. Things we have heard and imagined fuel that fire. On one hand, with a part of ourselves that knows and understands the aliens very well, we want to proceed and keep trying to. On the other hand, physically we have so little understanding or knowledge that we do not want to or cannot proceed. The conflict is between our states of consciousness.<br /> <br />Most alien contact goes on without our physical awareness of it because of this. When we suddenly discover it by one memory of one event or a few, we naturally assume that it just suddenly happened or started, but our relationship is truly natural and lifelong.<br /> <br />You could be out of body in a meeting with your alien contacts one night, discussing with them your own ideas about how best to approach you on a physical level. The next day when the aliens come to see you, they find you sitting huddled on your sofa wearing a tin foil hat.<br /> <br />The
 
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earthsister

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I answer what I can. I don't know everything.<br /><br />I do not detect a question or invitation to a legitimate discussion at this moment either.
 
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mkofron

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I like the Star Wars movies, so I was wondering if there are any aliens that are like the Jedi who have lightsabers, can run fast, jump high, throw objects by waving their arms, etc.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
 
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mkofron

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EarthSister,<br /><br />Is it considered beastiality if a human and an extraterrestrial engage in sexual intercourse?<br /><br />Is that even physically possible?<br /><br />Do other species hold to the ideals of monogamous relationships? Or are they into free love?<br /><br />
 
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mkofron<br /><br /><font color="orange">I like the Star Wars movies, so I was wondering if there are any aliens that are like the Jedi who have lightsabers, can run fast, jump high, throw objects by waving their arms, etc.</font><br /><br />Life is "so" diverse that I would not be surprised to find a race that appears to be similar to the Jedi. The same is true for the diversity of technologies and natural abilities.
 
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yubu<br /><br /><font color="orange">- Do different species of intelligent aliens live on the same planet? Did one species inhabit the planet then allow another to live there with them?</font><br /><br />A developed race cannot move onto another natural world. I am told there can be exceptions but I don't know of any. It is easier to build artificial structures in space to live in than to change either a natural environment or the biology and functions of a race to fit it.<br /><br />As far as I know, one species of people live on a planet. It is my understanding that life is so unique that two or more species closely alike enough to live together in the same place evolve the same way toward the same point. For instance, we have different "races" of humans on Earth, but eventually we will be very much the same within our race. This happens from blending our genetics naturally and will also happen from manual selection of genetics for solving major defects, disease control and longevity.<br /><br />It is much more common and likely for races who live on their own worlds nearby each other to become close friends and very much alike in personality over evolutional time while retaining their separate genetics.<br /><br />It is also more common for a race to split itself (place dna material) to a new world and then develop and evolve in completely unique ways. This way, beings of the exact same genetics may be completely alien to each other biologically.<br /><br />I feel that there must be exceptions to the one species- one world way things evolve, but I don't personally know of any. Of course there is much more to this that I do not understand so if I find out more, I will let you know another time.<br /><br /><font color="orange">- Have you read alot about Bob Lazar and John Lear?</font><br /><br />No, not a lot.<br /><br /><font color="orange">- What do you think of those involved with the Disclosure Project?</font><br /><br />I think there are different
 
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mkofron<br /><br /><font color="orange">Is it considered beastiality if a human and an extraterrestrial engage in sexual intercourse?</font><br /><br />It is natural for people to have feelings for each other, even between races, but those feelings do not translate well physically. We are all people so it wouldn't be bestiality. The alien beings who are here are the professionals of their races and when they are with humans, they are at work. We have a personal relationship also, which is not inappropriate in any way except in some humans' minds.<br /> <br /><font color="orange">Is that even physically possible?</font><br /><br />No, it's not.<br /><br /><font color="orange">Do other species hold to the ideals of monogamous relationships? Or are they into free love?</font><br /><br />They value the family unity. They are monogamous, and all different cultures hold the same ideals. There is no universal law regulating this and cultures and individuals are free to define their standards. When I have asked questions about this before I could not get any more specific information at that time. They wanted me to understand that the family unit is always the most important relation in all advanced races.
 
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mkofron

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How do extraterrestrials feel about humans taking in animals as pets?<br /><br />Are extraterrestrials herbivores, carnivores, or omnivores?
 
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lowendfreq

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ES, hello again.<br /><br />You must be getting tired of answering questions but I have one or two more for you if you don't mind.<br /><br />Do the aliens know who they are going to contact on earth? ie: Do they have some sort of predefined list of humans that is a worthy of contact or is it a matter of - 'well they've seen us know we may as well go with this one"?<br /><br />Also, Being the superior lifeforms, what benefit would come from making themselves seen to humans.? Seriously, can an infant race like us possibly add to the greater good of an advanced race(s)? <br />It's fair enough it may help the human race pull their collective heads out of their ar$es and wake up to the fact we are not alone, but essentially we could not offer anything to such advanced beings, surely. What is their driving force to make us aware of their presence?<br /><br />
 
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earthsister

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That's all right, yubu. I have some things to add in answering Mkofron's questions, which I will do later today.
 
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earthsister

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mkofron<br /><br /><font color="orange">How do extraterrestrials feel about humans taking in animals as pets?</font><br /><br />It is one of the things they enjoy and appreciate about us.<br /><br /><font color="orange">Are extraterrestrials herbivores, carnivores, or omnivores?</font><br /><br />The races that visit Earth are herbivores. But there is so much life out there and it is all so diverse that some others may also eat their animals.
 
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lowendfreq<br /><br />I don't mind answering questions at all.<br /><br /><font color="orange">Do the aliens know who they are going to contact on earth? ie: Do they have some sort of predefined list of humans that is a worthy of contact or is it a matter of - 'well they've seen us know we may as well go with this one"?</font><br /><br />Each visiting race has a "predestined" pool of humans they can work personally with made of all of their related humans. Being related is natural since we are born that way. The connection is spiritual, not physical. Being related is not a matter of being worthy, but not all of their related humans can or will take on an active, progressive role in their contact. The aliens can see early on who among us may accept contact and potentially how well, but many circumstantial factors come into play along the way. Most humans who have contact are unaware of it at all. Of those who recall actual contact, most recall only one or a few encounters and do not progress. But the numbers of those who do progress is rising now due to increases in general awareness and willingness, also due to the great efforts of the visiting races to organize contact.<br /><br />Experiencers each have our main related contacts, and some of us may meet other affiliated races as well. Now all of our visiting races are working together and everyone is using the same methods of contact at the standards set by the organization. However, they did not always work together and things did not always go as well for us as they are going now.<br /><br />Personal contact is never random. Contact with unrelated humans is very rare, as is any kind of accidental contact, but anybody may sight alien crafts. Eventually contact between our races will be open.<br /><br /><font color="orange">Also, Being the superior lifeforms, what benefit would come from making themselves seen to humans.? Seriously, can an infant race like us possibly add to the greater good of an advanced race(s)? <</safety_wrapper></font>
 
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kdavis007

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Earthsister,<br /><br />Where are those aliens you claim to channel.. Have them beam me up. Have them take me to their planet.
 
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<font color="yellow">Of which there seems to be no short supply in this thread, eagerly clamoring for EarthSister's "wisdom"</font><br /><br />History shows its quite easy to start a cult. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> </div>
 
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jcdenton<br /><br />There is nothing to join here. I take no money. I only share my experience. If you do not agree with what I say, I don't mind.<br /><br />When people ask me questions, I do not assume that means they believe my answers. Some wise people recognize that there is something to learn from every contribution. Not everyone posts just to toss a personal insult.<br /><br />I encourage everyone to think for themselves. So don't you assume to know something about me just because of certain kinds of other people's opinions of me and what I am about.
 
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