Originally when I wrote my first post; I had a fascination with the unknown and how so many things are possible and what if? But on the other hand; I haven’t been abducted by aliens……or at least I don’t think I have. But I definitely can’t recall a time of seeing a grey alien or being abducted by one. So maybe it’s not true. This was a difficult conspiracy theory to tackle. Because looking at the evidence in the fact that people all over the world have claimed to have been abducted and seen aliens and there is a lot of powerful evidence to point to that possibility. On the other hand, there is a lot of theories that suggest that it’s relating to psychological episodes, and mental illnesses, false memories, dreams, hallucinations. People who make it up completely it’s hard to understand what someone else experienced.
It’s mind boggling on both sides of it. Ufologists and alien believers call it ‘alien abduction’. Scientists call it ‘alien phenomena’
If these abductions are real and really occurring, and there is and advanced life form out there abducting humans, then that would make me wonder where they came from and what they want. It is a baffling thing. If it’s not real, and people really have imagined it through a psychological experience, maybe the human brain is more powerful then we can conceive, maybe it’s capable of things not yet known to science. On both scales to me it comes down to alien abductions or the human psychic power.
On my first blog I initially couldn’t say I didn’t believe in the possibility, but not that I researched all this information on other possible explanations about psychology (I researched more than what I put in to these blogs) it’s mind boggling. But now to say that my opinion on the matter has changed I don’t know if it has, it brings be back to square one. Aliens vs. the mind. I believe that maybe the truth could be both. Maybe most cases of alien abductions are of a psychological nature, but maybe there are some that aren’t. Psychologists, mental health, doctors have come up with cases that are inconclusive, they really just don’t know. We just don’t know.
So it comes down to one of two things; That aliens exist and we are not alone, and they really are abducting humans for purposes not clear. Thus is something difficult to prove and also hard to disprove of that possibility because outer space is so vast and there has been so many reported accounts all over the world, even in ancient history there is strange mysteries of ancient aliens, and how these primitive people built such structures we’ll never know, even as far back as the tribal people they’re were cave painting of things that looked like the grey aliens. Or what if the aliens don’t look like greys. That’s something that we have personified in society, maybe the aliens would look totally different, maybe they look like us. On the other hand, if you truly witnessed a flying saucer come down and pick you up and take you into space, your going to know it happened. But if the human mind was so powerful that it was able to manifest an experience like an alien abduction that you know happened but never happened. Then the human mind is a powerful mysterious we have yet to unravel, or may never will, or our own evolution? Did we evolve from primates? Or something else? what if the greys were ‘us’. Either way the vast uncharted realm of space vs. the vast realm of the mind?
In conclusion; With alien abductions there is only one theory. With the alien phenomena there are so many theories. My belief hasn’t changed. I’m going to go with ackams razor problem solving principle. To go with the one with the less assumptions. Because if what the scientist say is true, then they would only need one theory to prove it wrong. Not hundreds. They have so many other explanations so many more assumptions because they don’t know.
So in Grey or Nay, I’ll go with Grey.