Exobiologically Egocentric.

If you make a long enough, latin-sounding word of an idea, does it automatically gain more credibility?
I hope someone comes-up with some better name for what I’m about to say:

Yesterday, November 24, 2005, I was cruising the ‘Net for comments for and against George Green (He is famous for his interraction with Billy Meiers and for speaking of the NWO).

I came across a long treatise that was a synopsis of many individual’s input on the diversity and number of ET’s that presently interract with Earth.

And that’s when I found “The LaCerta Files”. This has been an epiphany for me, even if the LaCerta files are a hoax. By the way, Google LaCerta and it means “Lizard” .

Basically, a Swedish Earth woman is given the opportunity to “interview” a reptillian/mammalian humanoid creature, who explains that she is interested in seeing what the long-term effects will be of her coming-forward and giving information to said Swedish woman. The story has a few elements which I think make it likely to be a hoax, but I can honestly say that I would like to believe the story. Even if a hoax, it made me “see” things differently, about human origins and our place both on this Earth and in the Universe.

LaCerta tells the woman that Humans are not the indigenous people of Earth, nor are they the rightful owners… so what, you say?

The important shift in thinking here is subtle yet profound. Before, I had an automatic belief that Humans were somehow the darling species of our planet… that our planet tolerates us, as do other ET’s, because we are somehow the Earth’s “children”. Children who are genetically manipulated, exploited, confused, etc, but somehow part of the original design of Earth. But I’ve changed that view for now.

How about this instead:
Earth is a planet that was intended to produce a reptilian humanoid first, with mammalian humanoids as an afterthought. Reptilian humanoids, regardless of what we think of them, were the first and are still the rightful “children” of the planet, destined to be an extension of the Planet itself… Earth’s zygotes. Humans, as we are today, are like a litter of kittens thrown on the doorstep, diseased and orphaned.

The reptilian humanoid body is a more likely one. It would be a more efficient design, biologically, and a single large brain would become intellectual more quickly than the mammalian “double-hemisphere” design. Mammals are a funny bunch, because our fragile nature and divided brain make us both more complex and more given to behaviors outside of the realm of survival and harmony, and evolution. But, with that said, mammals are lots of fun! We do the craziest things, and we probably make great entertainment. Anywho…
So we human mutants (keep in mind it is our physical form I’m being critical of, not the intrensic value of our souls) are a bunch that no one knows what to do with. We don’t belong anywhere. Too cute to kill, to deadly to take inside, so to say. But, definately loveable, if not by most, than at least by some of the other races. And, we provide a convenient place to send the souls currently screwing-up the more peaceful places in the Universe.

You see, other planets have figured-out that if you simply kill a “bad seed”, that you haven’t destroyed the energy of that individual. It will re-manifest somehow somewhere. So, they send these souls who keep stirring-up trouble to Earth. Penal colony of sorts. On Earth, there are plenty of other misfits, and saints in disguise to assist them in experimenting with ideas of harmony. I see people’s past lifes, and I see some pretty raunchy characters among us. But I digress.

I think that we, as Humans, tend to act as though we *belong* here and that the planet owes us something as its rightful offspring. Unfortunately, I think that is probably not true. The reptiles are to the planet, what we think we are. And the reptiles are tolerated, by other et’s, as we wish that we would be. The reptiles get to say, “It’s my planet”. When humans say this, the One’s who know snicker a bit, I think. Do et’s snicker? Let’s hope they have a twisted sense of humor, when you think of the plans to militarize space by Humans.

I’ve said a lot, and still I have said nothing at all. But, I have a new paradigm by which to feel my way through this world. I know nothing, suspect much, and am ever questioning.
In the end, wisdom is greater than all the knowledge ever attainable. Wisdom is transportable, knowledge is fixed.
Comments, anyone?

– Chad May