These days, I’m hard at work preparing my new movie script, “The Candlewick Question,” for submission on a terrific new site owned by Amazon.com/Time Warner http://studios.amazon.com/. The theme of my script is a look at life in a wax universe, populated completely by candle beings who don’t know what their wick is for. It also compares two different ways of life: that which respects nature and that which exploits nature.
This story is a reference to my book: “In Secret Diffusion,” which explains that many life situations with which humans are familiar, are actually experiments set up by God to learn things about humanity. In other words, our actions are being observed by a keen scientific Creator interested in learning what works and what doesn’t work, as far as future creation goes.
The somewhat shocking reference below to “better-tasting flesh” has been explained earlier in the book. In brief: some time ago in our vast history, we humans were so low on the galactic scale of advancement that we were considered fair game for higher civilizations out in space. Earth, a mixture of many planetary people, was a farming experiment and we were the chickens, goats, and pigs. In other words, edible goods.
Humor me…. I know how this sounds; but did any of you see the movie, “The Gods Must Be Crazy” about the aborigines’ take on a glass Coke bottle tossed out of a small plane into their midst? When there’s no frame of reference in our own background, we can be completely ignorant of factors which surround us and directly affect our personal welfare. All I’m saying is, don’t slam your mind shut until you’ve considered the possibility.
Luckily, today we have clawed our way to a slightly higher status and are not being plucked up for alien tables any more. However, if we should fall into a Third World War, for instance, and slide backwards on the evolutionary scale, those old butcher space ships might just return.
The following question comes in the chapter on Aliens, pg. 257, of my book, In Secret Diffusion: The Upper Realm Answers Questions About Earth:
Then, Earth is a great space experiment, where galactic cultures have been mixed? How has it been going? What are your conclusions?
” Yes, it is a great space experiment! Earth is a giant petrie dish, where We have been experimenting for millions and millions of years, trying to establish unity among the peoples of the universe. It has not been going well, until very recently, and now you have attracted the attention of many more than those of Us who were originally involved in the experiment.
To be sure, some of Our experiments were to create a better-tasting, sweeter-meat, human being. But now, this harvesting has been discontinued because Earth’s population is suddenly becoming more and more spiritualized. It looks as if this experiment has been a good one and We see that these populations can blend, to a certain degree, but that they are very persistent, genetically, in retaining their own characteristics.”
This would give us a new perspective about UFO’s, aliens, and the like. If this planet has been a petrie dish for intergalactic cultures, then those missions would be serving a very vital purpose: that of observing and managing such experiments. Are they anything to fear by the people on Earth?
Yes! They are very dangerous when things are in a volatile state on Earth. When populations hate each other, and rise up to destroy one another, then these outer space travelers will snatch up vast numbers of the battling groups. These people are taken back to the space traveler’s planets and butchered, cooked, and eaten as delicacies.
We do not interfere when things are peaceful. The bodies of those taken in war are always found on Earth’s battlefields, but these are not their real bodies. They are dead replicas, placed there so that the Earth’s population will not suspect anything.”