I will easter believe in aliens than in god

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I believe a lot of people have had real experiences of a nature that would lead most people (if they were the ones having the experience) to draw certain conclusions.<br />
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At the same time I am also aware of stories of "occult manifestation" (a general term for anything unexplained and other worldly that happens etc) of other types...<br />
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And one must conclude that these things are being manifested (dimensionally shifted down) from other dimensions... probably the astral plane.<br />
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So YES i do believe that something "real" is happening in SOME E.T. contact cases.. but also I am NOT CONVINCED that they are ALL native to this dimension...<br />
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A big part of this U.F.O. phenomenon could well be exactly the same type of "occult manifestation phenomenon" which has been with us from the dawn of time...<br />
And is probably the result of astral manifestation from the collective unconscious of humanity being dimensionally shifted down from the astral plane....<br />
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And perhaps this type of thing happens at certain "vortex point" on the earth etc...<br />
During certain cycles etc...

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I believe that in all possibilities there has to be life in some form or another somewhere in the universe if life can exist in the deepest coldest darkest parts of our oceans creating there own light looking like the strangest creatures, then it makes it a feasible assumption that life can exist in many alien forms elsewhere. By what measures to we acknowledge life? By what intelligence do we assume that knowledge the questions only provoke further questions with so few answers to judge.

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not realy but I know it would be Idiotic to say there's nothing else in the universe... since there are known planets where even human living would be possible.... and then again... evolution made it possible to adjust a being to its surrownding... what means there could even be live on planets totally different to earth... and then every star we see means there's a sun... mostlikely with some planets around them... and we don't even see the newest stars (thought some of the ones we see already died so we can ignore that) if we only say there's an average of about 3 to 4 planets per sun... we get to an uncountable amount of planets... who high is the chance that only on one of them are living beings?

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