I believe that Aliens are infact neither extra dimensional nor from a far off planet. I believe they're humans from a very distant future, who have developed time travel. Not for the sake of changing history, but for the historical knowledge (I.e they're studying the past )
>>17202983 this is my theory as well The usual potrayal suits the predicted evolution of humans in a low gravity environment (implying we leave the earth and live mostly in space). Thinner limbs, bigger heads/brains, no hair
Perfectly reasonable. Although I imagine some could simply be entities in our dimension who are technologically advanced.
>>17202983 >I believe they're humans from a very distant future
Whitley Streiber mentioned this idea as well, although it had more to do with a certain race of aliens we refer to as Greys being the result of human evolution going down the "wrong path" to the point that they regret it and must go back and change the timeline to keep from destroying themselves as they started to lose their life essence and spirit, becoming more like biological robots.
>>17204265 I am like 99.9% positive that this is the closest interpretation of what's actually going on and that I willingly gave them permission to use genetic material to save their race.
I'm not entirely sure it wasn't mind control. I'm not entirely sure that I'm not a dribbling schizo. I'm not even mad anymore. I just want to see my kids. I don't give a fuck what they look like. I will love them.
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