Hollywood loves them. The government hates them. Whichever side of the fence you’re on, “aliens” are part of our world in some way, shape or form. And they are not going away.
The motion picture industry is rife with awakened souls who consistently channel energies that exist outside the confines of our 3D physical environment. It is these pioneers who are the creators of fantastically imaginative works of art such as Star Trek, War of the Worlds, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. (I still make that mountain with my mashed potatoes, every time they appear on a plate in front of me.)
Have you ever stopped to wonder where all that material came from? Just some guy (or gal)’s imagination? Yes. But there’s more to it than that.
These creators are channeling images, moods, tones and symbols from those who are watching this big Earth Experiment, awaiting the chance to contribute pieces of the lives that they live on other planets and in other dimensions. I give my credence to these creators—some of whom don’t even know they’re channeling—still believing that their otherworldly inventions were the result of luck, or at best, being in the creative zone on a good day.
Most of Hollywood’s “aliens” (I use this word intentionally here, as it evokes a sense of fear and anxiety in the population) are malevolent. They’re here to bleach us of resources, clear the planet of humanity as if we are locusts, or use us as slaves to do their bidding (that one’s not far from the truth right now.) It’s only pretty recently that producers are portraying softer interactions with extraterrestrials (see how this word could denote benevolence?). Movies like Contact, Arrival, and The Shape of Water are showing the more loving side of unified beings desiring to share their knowledge with us, even if they don’t share the human form.
Now most governments (we’ll exclude some such as Russia and most of South America) have been doing their best to cover up the relentless array of evidence that supports the existence of extraterrestrials visiting our planet. My own father, a pilot in the US Air Force, had exposure to them, but it was not to be spoken of at the dinner table. Everyone knew they existed, yet fear of retaliation from some omniscient Big Brother kept them from speaking up.
So why do we have this conflicting information about whether or not extraterrestrials exist?
It boils down to two reasons:
- Just as there are benevolent and malevolent humans, there exists the whole gamut of extraterrestrials with varying intentions as well. Have you ever gone to a school where every single student was good? Or to a venue where every single person was bad? No, there’s a mixture, based on life experiences and perception of the value of life of the participants in the scenario. This condition extends to those living off-planet as well. Some value life, and others do not.
- Confusion. If humanity were completely convinced one way or the other, then those who “rule” us would lose their power over us. That uncertainty on the public’s part keeps it thirsty for any information coming from external sources. This behavior precludes one thinking for oneself, and keeps the population in a state of fear.
Look at what happened in movies like Independence Day.
Humanity rallies, and fights back. This, of course, doesn’t fare well for the government, who loses its power over the people when they had to enlist civilian assistance to whip the bad guys and send them back home.
The fear of a greater force that can obliterate humanity with one Directed Energy Weapon can create patriotism among previously-separated socio-economic strata. The bums and the billionaires are leveled out when the bad guy has bigger weapons than Earth’s money can buy.
Hollywood plays its part, in suggesting that there is a way to unify the masses while fighting the bigger foe.
The government, on the other hand, would deny the existence of other-world entities, since these entities are covertly running the government itself. If you wanted to stay on the DL, you would create lots of smoke and mirrors elsewhere, diverting attention so that the masses will forget about why they were asking, and leave you alone to rule them.
Do they exist? No, says the government. Yes, says Hollywood (and anyone else who has any sort of higher connection with Source.) Yes? No? Yes? No.
This unanswered question, and the consistent discord around it, creates confusion and maintains separation and disparity among humanity. “Of course there are no aliens, you’re safe here. Now go back to work and don’t worry about a thing.”
Of course, I’m oversimplifying here. I want you to think for yourself about how you feel about a ruling body that keeps things from you, or if you even care. Need it run your life, either way?
Can you live a life without worrying about a more powerful force descending upon you like a giant shoe squishing bugs beneath it? Could you consider yourself as the creator of this giant scenario, all in the name of self-expression while learning about Who You Are?
When you take back your own power, you view your world from a state of peace and compassion for everyone’s unique role in this Earth experiment—and you envision life working out for everybody—then there is no force that can overpower you, whether that force appears in a human body, or in another form that looks “alien” to you.