From: Mike Jamieson <mike.jamieson.nul> Date: Mon, 2 May 2005 11:59:58 -0700 Fwd Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 12:30:18 -0400 Subject: Re: Debating Good Vs. Evil Aliens - Jamieson I noticed that Stephen Bassett suggests we continue to debate the moral character, etc. of alleged aliens present on earth (and reportedly interacting with us in various ways). Is their a reliable, and sufficient, body of data to really carry on a useful debate? One of the things that irritated the hell out of me, during the dying days of Operation Right To Know (I was a co-founder), was the amount of space taken up in our Right To Know Forum (in the last few issues) over this very debate. My irritation probably was based on the feeling that I simply didn't know enough (or, I didn't assume that what others thought that they "knew" was actually so). Therefore, spending energy on that question seemed a bit premature... and a waste of time. I suspect that the abduction case loads of some researchers present something of a useful picture of what might be going on. (Especially if there's some physical evidence in the mix.) These case loads certainly don't suggest loving space brothers! (Well, okay, there's a form of "loving" going on in these cases, but not the type of cosmic love you hear being commonly channeled by so-called alien Commanders and the like.) What do people on this List consider to be reliable, credible and useful information re: so-called aliens (who may or may not be with us here)?
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