Read the fictional book,
by justin b
If the universe is just one big repeating consciousness, then you shouldn't fuck with it, because you're changing the future, and by killing those aliens, you might end up fucking up the simple pattern of repetition within the universe itself.
We ARE consciousness, the universe is consciousness, and consciousness just repeats itself indefinitely.
UNLESS, someone becomes unstuck from it's own conscious, and the rest of the worlds conscious.
So that, would be against God, Earth, and life's will. The "plan" I was speaking of, is just repetition within the universe. BUT WAIT, if there really was a God, do you think he would let it go down like that? Nah, he wouldn't. I believe our Alien contact will be good. Because what if they were the only way to reach full evolution, from this point in time that keeps stopping, then starting over?
When you think of an alien, open your mind a little bit more. We aren't talking about green goblins with antenna's and what not. After all, what is space? Consciousness and it's playground.
Aliens are just something produced by space.
Whether it be the future, another planet, or even the sun.
So if we figured out how to time travel and that gay shit,
then aliens of the future, have already returned...
Stephen Hawking and the people like him are reason we will face these difficulties. Without people like him entering other realms of reality, the aliens would've never had a way to reach us in the first place, due to space and it's constraints.
Buttt, once we have figured it out...
They are from the future, and they know how to come back to earth....
That's what I mean when I say science is the devil/evil.
Consciousness Time Travel:
It's this very "key" where where our end spiritual concerns come into play, that we cannot decide.Desmond, during one of his flashbacks/time travels, speaks to someone else in the military with him. His friend’s name is Billy. Billy Pilgrim is the main character in Slaughterhouse Five. The narration of the story of Billy Pilgrim begins: “Listen. Billy Pilgrim has become unstuck in time.” When Desmond is with Daniel in 1996 and Daniel is about to experiment on Eloise, he says that he is going to unstick her in time. Also, the narrator of Slaughterhouse Five, Vonnegut, says that he likes to call old girlfriends late at night. Desmond calls Penelope at night. When Desmond spoke with Mrs. Hawking, she said that events are structured and that the universe will course correct. In Slaughterhouse Five, Billy Pilgrim explains that , according to the Tralfamadorians, aliens who can see the fourth dimension, time is structured and events cannot be changed (we are like bugs in amber). When asked about the end of the universe, the Tralfamadorians explain that one of their test pilots presses a button that destroys the universe. Billy asks why they cannot stop the pilot from pressing the button, and they reply that the pilot always has and always will press the button. The moment is structured that way. Desmond’s purpose, according to Mrs. Hawking, is to turn the key and he cannot avoid it. The moment is structured that way. Billy Pilgrim sees the future, and even predicts his own death. Desmond predicted Charlie’s death and other events on the island.
Do we try to kill the aliens, fail, and not change the future?
Do we use the aliens, and change the future?
Who will finally make the decision, to carry on from that point in time, instead of letting history repeat itself,
over and over, again?
The continuum time erum must end.