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contact - th e day Everyth ing will change

Contact is the word we use to describe the moment when an 'alien' civilization communicates
with our Earthly one. The reas on i put alien in quotes is because they may have been here before,
interacting with primitive Earthlings. They may have even cont ributed t o our DNA. If so, this
would make them more of a 'parent civilization'. We'll revisit this concept later in the essay.

i'd like to run through what i call 'likely s cenarios ' by examining various 'contact concepts ' as
illustrated in film, book, and word-of-mouth. T he first that usually comes to mind is the movie
Contact (book written by Carl Sagan). Ellie, played by Jodie Fos ter, is a kind of 'rabid SET I
enthusiast' (uncommon in the professional world). She's absolutely confident contact will happen
and when it does, it will t ransform the w orld. She doggedly purs ues cont act unt il one day, it
happens. The aliens, in this cas e, are advanced technologically and spiritually. T hey trans mit
construction documents for humans to build a machine. This device essentially opens a door into
a transit system (which was constructed by an ancient alien race, now disappeared) that allows
Ellie to travel to various places that would normally take thousands of years (based on a
speculative physics making the film science-fiction at best). There are various subplots in the
film: romant ic, ideological, s pirit ual, religious , philosophical,.. and so t here are various iconic
characters representing themes / discus sions in each area. There are five discoveries relat ing to
the original alien message: Ellie detects the signal, Kent (he's blind for a reason - more on this
later) detects a data stream, Kent detects a data stream within the data stream, Hadden finds the
'primer' (data key unlocking the rest of the message), and H adden discovers it's a transport
(leaking the information to the public spurring President Clinton to make it). Kent represents
gifted individuals within the scientific community. Being blind, he's developed his hearing /
listening skills to almost magical levels. Ellie represents individuals with unshakable professional
convictions. Her boyfriend, Palmer, represents religion, spirituality, and those of profound faith.
Drumlin represents the unscrupulous scientist, taking advantage of Ellie's temporary lack of faith.
He was selected to pilot the first machine, declaring his faith in a final interview where he was
chosen based on his professional capacities/credentials but more so - based on his declared fait h
in God. "You told them exactly what they wanted to hear." Jodie confides t o him after his
selection. D rumlin was killed later by a 'religious terrorist' who destroyed the first machine by
wearing a 'body bomb' pretending to be a staff technician - placing himself st rategically during
the first machine test. Ellie's morale was crushed. Soon after, H adden reveals to her a second
machine and the government's desire for her as pilot. Notice how Sagan rewards Ellie's
unshakable accurate convictions - she's chosen as first machine-pilot after all. On Ellie's journey,
she discovers the aliens are friendly, compassionate, and value 'human connection' over all else.
(Sagan used characters in his book to display various concepts and discussions he had with his
wife, Ann Druyan, and with himself.) Ellie returns to Earth all the w is er confessing to all t he
aliens' values and 'agenda' ("Small moves Ellie, small moves." (Good things take time to build.)).
Sagan had a hopeful view of aliens, b ut it was gauged/metered/careful. He didn't believe aliens
would 'save us' (from ourselves); he believed aliens would help elevate our awareness.

Riley M artin, in his book The Coming of T an, is at t he other end of the s pect rum: his aliens are
more like the parents mentioned above. H e's sure the 'end of t he w orld' is coming very soon and
since humans must be saved/rescued, his 'alien friends ' will spacelift some to s afet y. Rael, in his
book The M essage Given by Extraterrestrials, describes 'alien parents' much like Riley interacting
with human prehistory:destroying dinosaurs (giving humanity a chance t o aris e (got mixed up
with the two here, but who's counting;)),.. and will reveal t hemselves when 't he time is right '
(after we build a spaceport welcoming them). They bot h give reasons why t hey've been cont act ed
over contacting human leaders or the general population. Essentially, human leaders are too vain
and self-centered - not really caring about 'us plebians'. If they contacted the general public,
there'd be chaos and rampant fear (really?). More on this later..

At this point, we've introduced contact from t wo ends of the spectrum: a kind of aloof
gradualness Sagan proposes vs parental involvement Riley and Rael propose. i'll briefly discus s
malevolent involvements. If aliens wanted to invade Earth (to dominate us - for whatever reasons,
perhaps slavery,perhaps as food-stock,..), they would have done solong ago. P erhaps this has
already happened. Perhaps Jehovah was an 'evil alien' who wanted to dominate human society,
chose a particular group to endorse (the Jews), and coddled them until we developed rudimentary
technologies. Jews do dominate certain sectors of our society (some financial and political
markets). T here is aut omatic condemnat ion for 'anti-Semitism'. The holocaus t w as played up t o
be the worst / most t ragic event in human history (even when much larger populations are
destroyed in recent times). It's possible we've been manipulated through Jews by aliens.T his is
the worst case scenario. If aliens were hell-bent to dominate/destroy us , they would have done s o
long ago .. Riley's scenario (he claims Jews dominate, subjugate, and destroy blacks) looks more
possible considering the realistic worst case alien contact scenario.

Before we continue with that tack, i need to mention one other more optimistic scenario
presented in the film The Lathe of Heaven. In the movie, there's a boy who has a God-like power
to 'change the world' during his sleep. A 'bad man' (his psychiatrist) tries to use the power to
control everything but in doing so, all hell breaks loose. O nly the boy with his natural
compassionate tendencies can mend the world. In the proces s, aliens get naturally int egrated into
human society. The movie was aired many years ago but left an impression on me. It speaks of
human tendency to over-control things to the point of self-destruction. (What are we doing now?)
i've infrequently considered "What s ci-fi movie, i f i could 'make it reality', w ould i choose?" For
some reason, The Lathe of Heaven automatically comes to mind. So does The Hitchhiker's Guide
to the Galaxy. Doug Adams presents a universe where humans (on Earth) are somewhat trivial 'in
the big picture'. We do have a t endency t o overstate our importance . F or some odd reasons, my
mind wavers between these two scenarios as preferable. Doug's universe is Fun. :) And if there
was ever a human with God-like powers, i hope they'd be something like George Orr .. One more
comment and i'll return to Riley's scenario .. "But human beings are already legendary throughout
the cosmos of consciousness. The little bit ty human being of Earth/G aia is legendary. One of t he
things that we are legendary for is dreaming. We are legendary dreamers. In fact, the whole
cosmos has been looking for the meaning of life, the meaning of it all. And it was the little
dreamer who came up with the best answer ever. We dreamed it up. So dreams are important."
(taken from 4.html )
Please skim over the following website:
Fred Burks states there "I feel I have the big picture pret ty w ell down." He does seem remarkably
well informed .. But then i'm reminded of Jay Weidner and his ' unders tanding' of reality .. i
recently remarked in an email to an associate: t hey can't all be right. (Some elements of each
story/scenario conflicts with others'.) For instance, Rael and Riley can't both be right (telling the
complete truth). Rael claims he was singled out for alien contact to be their emissary to Earth
(specifically him over all other people). Riley claims almost the same thing for different reasons
(he's black, nobody, from a poor family, has no previous notoriety, has no political cont acts
(politicians are inherently corrupt and bad contact candidates),..). For a short time, ideveloped a
casual friendship with Riley. His voice seems faked (speaks deeply with authority)during
interviews and some technical BS i noticed made me guess the whole thing's an act. Emotionally,
i feel like he's something like an older brother but that could be the con working on me .. Jay
insists the moon-landings were all faked/fabricated by Stanley Kubrick. i'm guessing some
government idiot contracted Stanley 'just in case' we didn't make it to the moon - as an 'option B'
in case things didn't work out. i'm als o gues sing we never had to utilize Stanley's expertise
regarding the Apollo missions. So perhaps Jay has an 'inside track' on an opt ion that was never
exercised. W ho know s for s ure . Jay's s ure the Apollo moon missions were faked. Does that
make him just another scammer like Riley? ^^

When i first heard the idea, it enraged me. Not that Jay was lying/scamming - i w as enraged at the
possibility the American government had deceived us about the moon-landings. If so, it would be
the biggest deception in American history. All for American ego/vanity. That's what enraged me.
But then i had time to think about it ..A nd about Jay .. And all the others who claim to 'know the
Please watch a little bit of the video .. T his is F red Burks .. Why does it seem like anot her form of
mind/group control? David Icke and Tim Rifat both harp on big brother / evil spirits mind
controlling us while their 'brother' Fred uses it to 'guide' his groups? And he gets pai d for this?
M an i'm in the wrong business! ;)
This is my brother. This is my Truth. i know it's harsh and seems to be full of hate-mongering but
Pat is one of the most lucid thinkers/speakers of our time. What Jay says about David -i say
about Pat .. So contrast what puerile drivel Fred slings about with the rock solid TRUTH of Pat.
Thank God for Pat. Thank God for Pat. Thank God for Pat.

If Pat could choose an alien contact scenario, i'm fairly certain he'd NO T choose one involving
Fred Burks or anyone coming close to resembling him. If i could choose any s ingle human
emissary to 'the aliens' for first contact, it would be Pat Condell .. At least i know he wouldn'tl ie
to us for a buck. Or just tell us what we want to hear .. The sentiments of Fred are Wonderful:
heal the planet, heal society, transform our w orld w ith love,.. But the way he sells it, tells me he's
just another scammer .. i believe we're ready for alien contact .. Please allow me to end this with a
short prayer: Please God, let the ETs contact us openly very soon and if they must contact just
one of us as a kind of emissary, let it be Pat Condell.

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