Aethra wrote:Thank you for your response, it's a little unclear to me, is your theory that they live in our imaginations because we imagined them, or is it that we imagine them because they live as part of us? Earth is certainly a magical, wondrous, and beautiful place to be.
We imagine them because they are a part of us no more or less than we are ourselves, if that makes sense. There is a problem I have with the theories of ET life,,,,we imagine them as things we are not. And I'm not fond of that. It creates false hope in our own species, many times it truly does, and if you ask me, earthlings got it going on. I believe earth is where its at, and all ET life, KNOWS it.
Interaction with faeries now is at best, to me, like an attempt to drink water in a nightmare or dream, expecting the body's thirst to be quenched when you awaken. You die before you get a drop!
That was such an awesome explanation you could apply to alot of things right...you ever have some good good dreams
I really think at one point it was not like this. That faeries are real. And that there is now a barrier between our worlds. I don't expect anyone to believe or understand this, I suppose, but it's what I've felt all my life... a far cry from happy imaginings.
I have to be honest, I understand entirely what you are conveying, but I feel differently, I do not believe there are barriers, I think they are our perceptions of things that give us those images of having barriers....when fairies/spirits/ets/guardians/other humans/allotherlife are always helping shape the lives around us and our own...I've seen it for myself atleast, and I'm far from not being happy, or easily amused.
I never bought into the idea of aliens evolved from outer space because it doesn't seem likely to me that there would be people who look basically the same as us, evolving independent of us, from millions of miles away. Although perception is important, I'm very interested in the possibility of real life meetings, face to face, and the impact they might have had on our world's history.
Now this I can totally relate to more, although I believe ETs live out there, like I said, I think it started here on earth, and I think we are some of the last left. Earth is really where its at, in my own perception as of yet. Although I love the importance of water you bring to this entire ET life. Do you think there will sometime be some much greater meeting with those living elsewhere? What do you think their impact on history has been, you kind of said that like maybe you have some more ideas on that, just curious, very interesting the things you share, thankyou.
And I like your new picture. Cool tint to it.