Tuesday, October 14, 2008

October 14th, 2008

Well it's the 14th.
No spaceships.
Really cool cloud formations, but no ships.
No aliens.
No I didn't really expect it.
I HOPED it would happen but I didn't go to sleep last night like a kid on Christmas Eve.
I had to go outside to check on one of our dogs last night, and I stopped and looked up at the almost full moon and wondered how I would have reacted if a huge starship suddenly floated by and blocked the Moon.
The truth?
I would have freaked out.

At least people don't seem to have panicked. That's good. I'm very glad of that.
People were flipping out because they fired up the LHC, I really didn't want to hear about that again. I think some poor soul in the UK committed suicide over the LHC.

But one thing I have noticed among the Internet Conspiracy people the past few days is really not good.
Some of them are as angry and mean spirited as those that look down on them. They seem to delight in others being wrong. Calling others gullible and stupid for not believing as they do.

Face it people, the conspiracy followers are usually free thinkers. They don't take the "company line" hook line and sinker. They think outside the box. (Enough cliched phrases there?).
I understand why some of these people feel alone and outcast, just from reading their posts and seeing how other people,people that should greet their ideas with open minds,treat them.
If you want to believe the Illuminati,Reptilians, Satan, NWO, Aliens etc are responsible for all the wrong on the planet, that's your right.
And you are also free to disagree.
But resorting to name calling and verbal beatdowns on people?
That's just wrong.

I read all kinds of theories. Some, to be honest, I think are really weird.
BUT, I keep an open mind and think about it.

Look at it this way, before you jump on someone for believing Blossom Goodchild, or Billy Meier, or Bob Lazar, or David Icke...just remember there are people that would judge you just as readily because you think the Government was behind 9/11, or that some shadowy evil group is controlling the world.

"I have met the enemy and it is us."


Walt said...

Brown Mountain Lights of Burke County, near Morganton, NC

"They appear at irregular intervals over the top of Brown Mountain - a long, low mountain in the foothills of the Blue Ridge. They move erratically up and down, visible at a distance, but vanishing as one climbs the mountain. From the Wiseman's View on Linville Mountain the lights can be seen well. They at first appear to be about twice the size of a star as they come over Brown Mountain. Sometimes they have a reddish or blue cast. On dark nights they pop up so thick and fast it's impossible to count them."

This would make a good road trip.
Have you ever seen them?

~~ Sabre ~~ said...

Heard about them all my life but haven't been up there yet.

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