10 Secrets Of Alien Science

Ten Secrets of Alien Science

Another reason it’s hard to integrate the idea of aliens, space travel, and seemingly supernatural events is because of our limited definition of the universe and how we think it works.


Historical Perspective
We, as humans, have done this before. In ancient times we discovered we were not alone. Humans in western Europe discovered there were strange and marvelous cultures thriving on distant shores. The general population was shocked by this discovery. They were every bit as shocked as you are to discover that non-human, intelligent beings really exist in inner and outer space.

The cultures that Europeans discovered were neither better nor worse than theirs, just remarkably different. The same is true now. Aliens are not magicians or gods. They have simply had more time to develop their technology. A lot more time, but that is for another discussion. When sailors first encountered the compass they thought it was witchcraft. They thought no piece of metal could always point north all by itself.

In order to help you demystify technology, I want to share with you some concepts. A way of looking differently at our universe. Where ever possible I will tell you of work done by scientists that confirms what I am telling you. As such, I now share with you ten secrets of what you would call “alien” science.


This Is Not Your Father’s Universe
Just considering what scientists have learned over the last ten years changes the universe completely. It’s doubtful your teachers or textbooks have caught up. It’s a big shift, and at times it involves some complex concepts; so I am going to take things real slow, a step at a time, and perhaps give you a very different way of understanding how the universe really works.

Space, as in “outer space,” is not space the way you think of it. Start thinking of it like this: Imagine a yard of black velvet fabric, three feet square. Now, ball it up and stick your hand in the middle of it. Notice how it moves, even wrapping itself around your hand. That’s how space really is. It does those same things your fabric does. Our alien visitors know how to control its movement. They use this folding characteristic of space to travel quickly over and through great distances or ride along its edges.

Excuse the pun, but time is not here today and gone tomorrow. Events that occurred in 1969 are still occurring right now. Just as you can travel through space you can also travel through time and through other dimensions. Think of time as a toy train track laid out in an oval. You can stop the train at any point and get off. Time is not just a series of occurrences; it is a series of destinations. Each occurrence is a point on the track that can always be traveled to, just like going to Chicago. And just like Chicago, it is always there! You can always go to any point at any time.

Subatomic Particles
You already know everything is made up of atoms. Atoms are made up of even smaller things known as subatomic particles. There are many different kinds, including quarks, protons, and gluons. The study of the behavior of these subatomic particles is known as quantum physics.
here’s what you need to know: Whatever these subatomic particles can do, anything that exists can do.

Subatomic Behavior
Subatomic particles don’t behave like anything you have ever seen, with one possible exception, which I will get to in a minute. Subatomic particles are literally packets of energy, not just tiny physical objects. They wink in and out of existence. In other words, sometimes they are in our dimension and sometimes they are in another dimension. This means that you and all that is around you is constantly winking in and out of existence. Alien beings have told human contactees that no more than 10 percent of any one of us is in existence in our reality at any one time. We are each like big, blinking neon signs.

Particles or Waves
Subatomic particles can be either particles or waves or both at the same time! Think of a ping-pong ball flying in mid-air towards a mesh net on the ping-pong table. Just before it hits the net it changes form and like a light wave just passes through the net. Then once on the other side, while still in mid-air, it becomes a ping-pong ball again! This is what subatomic particles can do. X-rays, light, and radio waves can all change from particles into waves and back into particles again.

What You See Is Often What You Get
There is much recent scientific evidence which suggests that merely observing a subatomic particle experiment will influence whether the energy packets will manifest themselves as a wave or a particle. If you are thinking waves and hoping for waves (instead of particles), that is what will occur, you will see and record waves.

Like a Magician
If you knew how to control and utilize these naturally occurring subatomic capabilities, think of the things you could do. You could beam Scotty up, for real! It would seem like magic but it wouldn’t be. It is simply physics and understanding how to work with the existing forces within our universe.

Author’s Note
Recently (January, 2010) I sat next to a man on a business trip. We exchanged greetings, and discovered that we both worked in the medical
products industry. I’m in sales and he was a technical engineer. As we talked about new developments he shared this; his company had developed a way of seeing different light frequencies at different distances. This allows them to literally see through layers of tissue and see just the internal organs they want to see. His exact words were:

“It was amazing! When we shifted to the right frequency, the external tissue just disappeared.”

That Exception
Now for that exception I mentioned earlier. The only large-scale items man has observed utilizing the properties of subatomic particles are: flying saucers!

You will have to understand the basic concept of a hologram to gain a different perspective on our existence. This will help you understand not only how the universe functions, but how you function as well. There are two kinds of holograms: reflection and transmission.

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