The human species is truly stubborn when it comes to accepting an instinctual reality and often destroy or conceal palpable evidence that hints in that direction. We are curious creatures indeed. Since time is of the essence and the modern homo sapiens makes this notion its precious asset, I find it important to gather and link as much information as possible regarding our past, present and future, so that the readers of this site will have the chance to surf through indexed information, referral links, ideas and opinions and further enhance their critical thinking while also deepening their knowledge about this alien place we call our home. Our mission is to share alternative knowledge from an objective point of view and thus enrich our audience's perception of the universe.

About the author:

I am a Romanian-based writer that's constantly seeking for knowledge and self-improvement. I used to be a skeptic (or better said ignorant) when it came to the UFO phenomenon, that's until I had my first UFO encounter. The event definitely shook me off, and from that day on I started questioning everything. It ultimately led me to a reality that's extremely different to what our culture deems as truth. Over the last couple years I had encountered other UFO events that led me to understand that my newly acquired beliefs were not just fantasies and delusions. At the moment, I'm doing individual research that's providing me great insight and relief and I try to share as much info as I can with my readers. I might still be far-off from understanding what's really going on, but the truth is out there, and it's definitely not what they tell us. We can engage in debates on the website or in the group below.


Looking at planet Earth, we find that everything is interconnected. From the landscape to the elements that create a harmonious flow in nature, to all the species roaming about, the planet feels like a giant organism that's vibrating in an uninterrupted rhythm. But where do we humans stand out in this perfect equation? Doesn't it feel like we tend to break the wonderful spell of nature and force this planet into becoming really sick? Like we're making it prone to a lungs disease.

Looking at our species, there is little resemblance between ourselves and what is found here. Everything looks alien in comparison to us, yet we create a link between ourselves and a species that looks related to us, we assert that we're the evolved apeman that underwent through a huge and fortunate transformative journey, and finally expanded our consciousness and abilities in a way that sets us apart from everything else on the planet. But why haven't the fish, ants, shrimps, jellyfish, or dinosaurs evolve into their higher forms? They certainly had hundreds of millions of years at their disposal. Yet, the so called apeman was the (only) lucky link from an entire evolutionary chain who made it to this stage of evolution. Isn't this extremely odd and irresponsibly of us to assume?

Doesn't it feel like we're rather an alien species in this vast ocean of Earth's wonders? After all, we get easily sunburned and our brain is in part reptilian. The reptilian brain controls the body's vital functions and includes the main structures found in a reptile brain: the brainstem and the cerebellum. With this in mind, we have to understand that science does offers a lot of relevant answers, but it's up to us to link them together and bring meaning.

If you feel like I'm blabbing about, just take a look at an octopus. From all we know, it's been here for quite a while and has perfectly adapted to the its vivid watery environment, but yet, the twisted minds of humans may very well say that such a specimen arrived here from another world, rather than ourselves, the fortunately evolved apes...

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