UFOs

From Lenora:

These aliens people have been seeing, which ones are they? Here is a list and description of known types of aliens:

http://www.ufocasebook.com/alientypes.html

I have my own theory and would like to see if others are thinking the same thing I am. I just wondered why they picked on the Haitians who seem like pretty harmless as far as weapons that might cause damage to an alien craft are concerned. i do believe these aliens have a fear of our atomic weapons.

I clicked on the link of different alien types. I think the author is correct about a lot, if not all of his assertions and types of aliens. I have never seen or heard anyone put together the alien agenda in the way I felt it was, which is pretty much what came to me before the quake in Haiti. Why (if this is connected to the aliens) they would want to destroy or start their war in that part of the world, I don’t know. It makes me wonder if it was due to the extreme poverty and the desire to do as much damage as possible to the Collective psyche of our race as possible. The devastation there is palpable, I can’t help but feel it – have had a migraine for a week now that will not go away. I don’t think I’m alone in the effect so many people are and have been feeling since this has happened. Perhaps it was meant to throw us off so other attacks would be easier, our minds fixated on this crisis and our emotions frazzled by the horrifying destruction.

I hope what I saw was just a metaphor and had no literal truth to it. This is always a problem when dealing with inter-dimensional beings whether they be aliens, angels, spirit guides or ghosts. It’s very difficult to get a handle on whether these beings are presenting an image of what they want to project or if people/sensitives are seeing them as they truly are. Or if they are speaking in metaphor, riddle or literally.

Please keep the comments and dreams coming.

Blessings,

Denise

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UFOs

Some Clarification (kind of answering readers)

I just wanted to clarify some stuff I wrote about. I’m not sure if it made sense or not. Grace mentioned she didn’t believe that the aliens or inter/extra-dimensional beings were necessarily superior to us. I agree, and I also don’t think we are superior to any other animal on the planet.

It’s interesting to note that ancient Celtic lore about the Faerie people was very similar to recent alien abduction stories. Also it was said that no one could understand the motivations of the Faeries, they don’t play by our rules which are very similar to the stories of people abducted by aliens.

For all we know we could be one giant science experiment for one group of alien/extra-dimensional peeps, or we’re some kind of zoo. Who knows. It doesn’t really matter other than we can’t possibly understand their motivations. From descriptions people have given of abductions the gray types are very unemotional and have an ant-like group mind sort of thing about them. Then their are the Nordic ones which are more akin to the stories we associate with the Faerie people. Whether they are extra-terrestrial, extra-dimensional or some version of us in the future coming back we really can’t know. But Grace is right, just because they have superior technology does not mean they are better then us. Just like we are not better than a gorilla, just different.

As a matter of fact the more scientists have researched animal intelligence the more they have found many animals to be surprisingly brilliant. Ravens and crows are supposed to be as intelligent as dogs and are excellent tool users. Supposedly Border Collie’s are as smart as chimps, and can understand about 200 words, and commands after just one use. There are many others, like dolphins who among other things can recognize themselves in the mirror, besides us, elephants and chimps this isn’t a really common quality. Anyway, you get my point.

The 2012 thing is pretty scary, not because of the grand cross, those happen a lot, all the time actually. They aren’t fun but they are pretty common. It’s because the Mayan calendar literally stops and calls that date the end of all worlds. Kind of creepy. Terrance McKenna was of the mind that it was going to be some sort of dimensional shift. Some have thought it was when the pole shift would happen, although the pole shift has been going on now for a while and is likely going to continue on its slow steady course. I’ll have to run a chart for that date and do more research. I’ve kind of resisted it because I guess I didn’t really want to know especially if it truly was fated so long before we could do anything about it. It seems unfair and I usually focus on the intersection of fate and free will, the area where we can control our destiny if we choose to do so. The only thing to me that fits with the end of the world happening on that day exactly, especially having been forecasted so long ago by the Mayan’s is potentially a huge comet or asteroid hitting the planet that day that the Mayan’s had some kind of astronomical information about which we don’t yet  have.

There are technologies which have been lost over time, some relatively recently discovered such as indoor plumbing; turns out the Minoans (and I think the Romans may have imported some aspects of this with their group bath house situations) not only had it, but also multiple story buildings. The Roman’s also had the multi-story technology, but it wasn’t as sophisticated from what I’ve read. All of this was pretty recently uncovered by archaeologists; so anyone poo-pooing the idea that the ancients were sophisticated technologically need only to think about that, and realize we didn’t discover they had this technology until the past 15 years or so. 

And I realized today after hearing it on the news that Obama’s going to be sworn in at noon. I remember thinking this was the most logical time, but was given the time of 2 PM and ran a chart for that time instead. I’m going to put in the new time, and do analysis of his inauguration and what it means for the country for the next post. And also rectify Lincoln’s chart and the comparison between both of them again.

I really wonder if Obama is Lincoln re-incarnated. It kind of makes sense. Lincoln was never able to finish the job and Obama has so much in common with him in terms of their career paths. Although, of course, Obama might have used Lincoln as a role model which could explain this aspect of his life. But I don’t know. There is a feeling about Obama, besides him being tall and skinny, and the opposite sign of Lincoln, something about his coolness and great oratory ability that seems very Lincon-esk.

On the subject of both England and the US going bankrupt that Gwen asked in a post, when my father-in-law told me he was voting for Bush the first time around I  said to him, “He’s going to bankrupt this country just like he’s done with every company he headed.” I think Obama is going gray already trying to figure a way out of this financial mess. I’ll have to meditate more on this and get back to you though. But I feel we are teetering that way right now. We are in so much debt to China and now they are doing all of our manufacturing, it will be very hard to extricate ourselves from this mess. I will do some readings about this though and a specific post about this issue over the next week.

Well, Happy Inauguration everyone! It’s a new era. Let’s make it a better one by staying involved. As we can all see politics are not something that happen far away on a hill that have nothing to do with us personally. What goes on in Washington or in my case Sacramento because I live in CA, affects us personally from our retirement (thank GOD and Harry Reid that Social Security didn’t end up invested in the stock market) to our children’s education to our health care, to our jobs.

Our lives are directly and indirectly effected by politics and public policy from the moment we are born. From the opportunities we get in terms of education, to the whether we will be taken care of in our old age. I’m so happy to see people getting involved and the word apathy considered no longer cool.

Best wishes and many blessings to all!

Denise

Some Clarification (kind of answering readers)

Do you believe we are alone?

Do you believe we are alone?

Answering Readers…

Hey everyone,

I’m working on some more posts that clarify astrological points over the next few weeks, so hopefully this will help with my astro talk and also get some of you interested in further investigation of the art/science.

For now I’m answering some readers and the first is from Wei:


Hi Denise:
I am not a conspiracy theorist, but the economic turmoil and the violent bubble and bust situations from the dot.com to the most recent real estate and credit crisis wreaks of corruption. It creates paupers and millionaries. My comment is related to a posting you made about how you forsee a different monetary system, a more universal and world market situation. I watched zeitgeist, the movies found on http://www.zeitgeistmovie.comand what I found interesting is the parallel between your comments and how the documentaries notes nefarious desire to create globalization through an universal currency and gov’t with subsequent tearing down of our civil liberties. “Terrorism” which has been happening all over the world now is touted as the new way for bankers to make money because it is a war that you can’t win so it goes on forever. Wonder if you feel there is actually some feeling that globalization is a bad thing. I, for one, find it interesting. 

Hi Wei,

I’ll have to check out the link. I’ve been too busy to look at it, but I will tomorrow. You know the bible seems to think globalization is bad, but I actually don’t feel that way for a number of reasons.

Again, I haven’t seen the documentary, but I often think the knee jerk reaction to globalization is based on this ingrained fear driven into the subconscious of our country via the book of Revelations. Which by the way was prophecy about the end of the Aries age, going into the Pisces, not about this time period despite the fact people of every age have tried to wrangle the prophecies to fit their particular era. And all the fancy metaphors and predictions did come to pass at that time. Especially, if one is a Christian the talk of a Messiah saving Israel should clearly indicate the rise of Jesus, and the emancipation of the Jews from the Egyptians around that period.

I remember when I was a kid back in the late 70s (I was on occult mailing lists of course because I tried to join the Rosicrucian’s and many other such groups via the mail) getting a pamphlet put out by the Zionists saying that the beast was the computer (there was really only one big computer that was housed in like a skyscraper or something) and all bar codes had the number 666 as part of their encoding.

This computer/beast was going to control all commerce, and people were going to have to eventually wear their mark on their palm, because cards would be too dangerous, etc. People might loose them and then what would they do! Oh, yeah call 1-800-bank-blah, but they hadn’t thought up 800 numbers yet I guess or the idea of replacing cards. Their interpretation was kind of true.

Banking is computerized, but we don’t wear the mark of the beast. And maybe the prophets of old did see some weird computer thing in a vision, and were afraid of it, doesn’t mean it is the devil. Let’s not forget it was cool to stone your wife to death, sacrifice your kid if God told you to, and God forbade eating pork. So the fear mongering in the bible extends into many crazy areas.

So here are my reasons why globalization is not only not a bad thing:

1) The more we band together as a world the greater our chances for saving the earth.

2) The more we are all interlinked the more we lift each other up, helping the developing world and in turn hopefully, helping them to avoid the errors of the mistakes we’ve made along the way. They also help us. If we do things fairly, we can all benefit from the resources of all nations, and put the best of everyone and everything to work for the whole of the world.

3) Agreeing on international laws which we all have to abide by puts each separate government’s feet to the fire, such as: We violated the Geneva Convention, in my opinion the Bush administration officials (and the President himself) should stand trial for war crimes if he, and/or his people are proven to have OK’d torture. They broke the law. If we can’t do anything in our country to make our government officials accountable then we still have the hope of the world community policing us. The more we (by this I mean countries) hold each other to humanitarian standards, despite the policies of our particular isolated country’s politics, the more we advance humanitarian causes.

4) We are one planet circling around one of approximately 250 billion stars in our galaxy alone. There are billions, and billions of stars and scientists are finding it common for stars to have planets orbiting them. And I’m sure over time we will find solar systems as common as cells in a human body. The chances we are alone in the universe are impossible. The more we see ourselves as one people – one world, the more we are prepared to take the leap forward into the future, advance our sciences, our capacity to travel to other planets and be able to deal with the eventual (if we are not already dealing with it, which in my opinion we are) communication with either extra-terrestrial or extra-dimensional beings. 

Of course the down side to a global economy is what we are currently seeing. If one country falls then we see the domino effect. But if we can put laws in place, and make sure anti-monopoly laws are not only put into place, but indestructible via deregulation or otherwise, then the world would thrive in ways no one could imagine possible.

However, if we allow the greedy to manipulate the world stage then it would be Soylent Green time. This is the potential threat of a truly united global economy. Luckily, people and country’s are self-interested enough to see this potential and hopefully (if these countries are not run by morons or madmen) protect their people from exploitation.

Best wishes and many blessings to all of you,

Denise

Answering Readers…