Re: Truth vs. fact
Posted By: selassielive In Response To: Re: Truth vs. fact (discipleofthenile)
Date: Tuesday, 28 March 2006, at 1:40 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Truth vs. fact (discipleofthenile)
"Did you see an alien or just an unidentified flying object? (which eventually may be identified). "
I and I bredren both saw an aircraft that we could not identify. It moved and sounded in a way that I nor, according to him, has ever heard before.
I said in my statement that I saw a UFO. According to scientists, who likes to classify things, no aircraft made my humans are unidentifiable. So UFO's usually relate to alien aircraft.
But since I nor I bredren are no experts on aircraft, it could have very well have been an aircraft that we had no knowledge of. It could have been something that the military is working on.
I do know that it was no hallucination because I dont think InI both would have had the same hallucination.
I ask you:
Since life forms are not made by the hands of men, is it possible for aliens to really not be aliens but just species unknown to humans? New species in the canopy of the rainforests are found quite often.
If lockness, bigfoot, yeti, etc were found, would they be considered aliens since they have not been identified in scientists' taxonomy?
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