Wednesday, May 14, 2008

From the Pope: "Klaatu, Barada Nikto"

From today's headlines: "Vatican: It's OK to believe in aliens."

The movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still" 1951, was about Klaatu, a humanoid alien and his robot, Gort, that came to Earth. The "safe word" phrase to Gort was "Klaatu, Barada Nikto" that Helen (Patricia Neal) used to keep him from destroying Earth.

One of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes was , 1962, "To Serve Man". This was about a race of aliens called Kanamits, that came to Earth. With advance technology, they taught Earthlings how to wipe out diseases, grow perfect crops, and allowed people to travel to their planet. The double entendre was in serving man. They indeed were teaching and serving man, but the intention was to harvest them back to their planet, to serve as food.

The ET Movie, Close Encounters, Star Wars, Star Trek movies and series, Contact, Independence Day ... video games etc. have been a favorite genre for kids and adults.

IMHO, the awareness has escalated over the past 30 years ... as if we are being desensitized in preparation for information to finally be revealed. Well, at least I hope so!

I have always been of the opinion that "we are not alone" ... on Earth and beyond. I am aware some people are just as certain in their thoughts that Earth and the people of it are all there is, period.

For many years I have been a closet believer. Anxious to swap and share stories and opinions and dig deep into connecting aliens, government, religion, the arts, ancient findings, and UFO sightings with like minded.

Have you read The Disclosure Project or watched it (in part) on YouTube?
A must watch if you are a believer, William Cooper's speech, "The U.S. UFO And Alien Coverup"

Do you believe what is written about Area 51? Area 51 is also known as DreamLand, I always though it coincidental that Spielberg's production company is DreamWorks.

Did Buzz Aldrin see alien bases on the moon?
Is there life on Mars?

Do you think it's time the truths are revealed? Would this information, assuming it is true, cause world wide chaos like "The War of the Worlds" radio broadcast did in 1938.

Or do you think it would cause the world to unite as "People of the Earth" instead of a division of countries? One race on the Earth, learning and dealing with beings not of the Earth.

What do you think and believe to be true?

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known"
~Carl Sagan~


Mrs. G. said...

I don't believe we are the only living creatures in the universe.

Pink said...

I don't know what else is out there. But I do hope that if there are mor intelligent life forms that they can help suck out the carbon from our atmosphere

linda in c-town said...

I too believe that there is life beyond our planet. It was because of movies and books like those you mentioned that I came to think of our world as one small (very) part of a vast universe that just had to have more than us in it. How could we so conceited as to beieve that we are the only beings to exist.

San said...

I luuuvvv E.T.
(and Reese's pieces =)

Audubon Ron said...

We can’t even handle the ones who cross over from Mexico. I wouldn’t get my hopes up.

Jen M. said...

I totally forwarded that Vatican email to you before reading this - LOL!!!

Carl Sagan is SO one of those people I would have to know, "If you could have five people, dead or alive, at your dinner party who would they be?"

Beam me up, Scotty, because I live in one of the aliens' favorite flying grounds.

Nanoo Nanoo back at ya. My favorite show back in the day ;)

delmer said...

It's hard to go through a divorce and not realize that not only are aliens living among us, but sometimes we marry them.

lis said...

No, we are not alone,and neither are 'they'...