From: Kay Wilson <kaywilson.nul> Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2013 11:07:14 -0800 Archived: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 08:05:42 -0500 Subject: Re: Stem Cells & UFO Abductions >From: Gerald O'Connell <goc.nul> >To: <post.nul> >Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 01:15:40 -0000 >Subject: Re: Stem Cells & UFO Abductions >>From: Kay Wilson <kaywilson.nul> >>To: post.nul >>Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 14:25:25 -0800 >>Subject: Re: Stem Cells & UFO Abductions >>The question now is: Why are two or more species of >>extraterrestrial Beings using human DNA to create new life? >>My husband's response [he was also abducted that evening]: >>Maybe humans are unique and we are viewed by other Beings as >>the stem cells' of the Universe. >This has been a recurring theme in pulp science fiction for more >than fifty years: the idea that although aliens may be more >advanced than we are in a few (ultimately unimportant) respects, >we are actually much more special/noble/ethically superior etc. Thank you for your post Gerald. Outside of Star Trek, neither my husband nor myself watch or read science fiction, or watch much TV at all for that matter. Additionally, neither of us view humans as superior, far from it; however, to put our personal feelings about the human species in writing, would no doubt insult most people who read my article and this post, so I chose to keep those out of my article, 'Dracos, Reptilians and Dargons.' >Perhaps, Kay, your husband might care to consider an alternative >hypothesis: it could be that human DNA (even American DNA) is so >ordinary, so basic, so fundamentally bog-standard, that it >represents ideal experimental material, having the least amount >of 'unique' characteristics that would impede and dangerously >skew alien bio-engineering projects. The abduction literature clearly shows that human DNA _does_ as you say, 'represent ideal experimental material' as I attempted to show in the few examples I gave in my original post here: http://ufoupdateslist.com/2013/jan/m17-001.shtml However, since you have no idea what types of 'bio-engineering projects' the aliens are undertaking, you would have no knowledge of how, or even _if_ human DNA would 'skew' such projects. I note that you did not comment on any of the examples I provided below the first article I cited. I wonder if you or anyone else beside Kathleen Marden, actually read my entire post? What would one make of this example I provided following the one you cited? >>She communicated with me through spoken words. She was >>informing me, while looking at a DNA chart of some type... >>[she said to me] >>Many people carry the genetic marker we are looking for, but >>your body can produce the actual gene. Your body produces the >>equivalent of gold for us. Of course, we know that the use of the term 'gold' is merely a metaphor for something humans perceive as having great value. Whatever 'gene' they are taking from me (and probably many other abductees as well) has great value to them. And, what about this one? >>The female Being told me that all of the people 'abductees' I >>saw there had to have their blood-DNA tested because the Beings >>were looking for something very specific that they needed from >>us. Please note that even though I could have done, I did not provide examples from Budd Hopkins', David Jacobs', John Mack's, research and books since most people are familiar with their findings. They, and others, like The Twiggs' Family, see 'Secret Vows,' have all published material relating to this subject. A few more examples are Fowler's Betty Andreasson Case, Preston Dennett's 'Alien Zoos' article that was published in Journal of Alternative Realities and my articles and books. One example is titled 'Animals In Abduction,' which can be read here: http://alienjigsaw.com/Articles/AnimalsInAbduction.html >On this theme, if there were any substance to this or related >hypotheses, we might also expect to see reports of abductions >involving chimpanzees. Any reports from zoos knocking around? There would be no reason for ETs to abduct chimpanzees, or any other animals, from zoos because it is much easier to take them from the wild. No doubt animals in the wild would provide them with a more varied DNA population as well as a more natural, i.e., wild population, for study. Again, see the references listed above for more about animals being taken by alien beings. (I'm intentionally omitting the animal mutilation topic for length purposes.) You might check out my free e-book, I Forgot What I Wasn't Supposed To Remember. It contains a fairly extensive list of books about alien abductions, most of which were written and published by abductee-experiencers themselves; i.e., their stories have not been cherry picked for the most salacious and-or salable information. The list can be located with the find tool by searching for: Abductees: The Real Whistleblowers. Again, this topic of ETs using, taking, and possibly requiring human DNA is covered in the abduction literature. Perhaps a bit of reading about alien abductions, as opposed to pulp science fiction, might help you understand the reason some ETs are coming to Earth and abducting certain humans. Kay Wilson http://www.alienjigsaw.com Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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