In the old times more "aliens" visit Earth now only the greys the explanation is our concept of aliens evolved too with culture tv and movies. When David Icke was talking about reptilians I remember V the final battle. When Philip Corzo in his book was talking about a secret war between the government and hostile aliens I remember the british Tv show UFO where aliens kidnapped people for body parts. Some aliens look similar to others in tv shows from the fifties and sixties like the outher limits and the twilight zone.
Um, "only the greys" misses that V had a redo recently. This is an extremely selective sampling; it would have to be, but it misses a lot of what's been going on on The X-Files, Doctor Who, and the various Star Trek incarnations, surely the most influential aliens on television.
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well these are the real "aliens" encounters of the third and forth kind but some people think they are influenced by our culture tv, shows, magazines, etc, we don´t see small green guys with antennas from mars anymore, Adamski Venusians don´t come either and Semjase from Billy Meier didn´t return to Earth, most of the time are greys who changed too from the first descriptions and thats the way aliens look to us in our culture.
Post by randombloke on Dec 9, 2011 12:40:12 GMT -4
The results would be vastly more interesting if you went back before the TV age and even back to the middle ages where people were "abducted" or visited by fairies, elves and succubi whenever they found themselves awake but unable to move.
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But why pay attention to Novella, he is just a gadfly using reductionism to distract us from the great stream of consciousness that will one day illuminate a higher level of understanding and raise us to the next level of being. Let the sun shine in.
BTW I do like the chart.
Last Edit: Dec 10, 2011 10:13:40 GMT -4 by echnaton
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