The premis for this is that there is much discussion about aliens currently living among us disguised as humans. It would be logical for an alien civilization who wants to study us, to "plant" some of their own among us in order to observe us in a more unbiased environment. It would also be logical to limit that entities knowledge of who they truly are so that it does not interfere with their assignment at hand...gathering data!
Do you sometimes feel like you don't fit into this race?
Are you significantly different from your blood relatives or others around you?
Do you have a heightened sense of intelligence about things which you should know nothing about?
Do you have unusual physical attributes or abilities or try and hide your abilities so you don't stand out?
Do you sometimes find humans more of a curiosity as if you are standing on the outside observing their lifestyles rather than taking part in them?
Do you often describe people as "humans" or in other terms that would seem to seperate you from them?
Who knows, maybe you are unwittingly a part of team sent here to observe and record.
Would like to hear from anyone who can relate to this topic.
I say, "Keep believing we are all destined for something special" , if you believe in yourself, great things happen.
Ive always been considered the black sheep, Ive always had a heightened sense of intuition, and also a almost eerie sense of smell and hearing. I dont really identify with most people that I know and almost all of my family, and those I speak with I can never really identify with, bc I have to hide how I feel about topics such as what we all discuss here on disclose, plus I have the rarest blood type in the world, which on sights that Ive been to about it, describe us as other beings, possibly reptilian.
Peace to you all....
I don't understand why they just can't seem to deal with the fact that while we're all individuals with our own personal characteristics... beyond that we're all the same.
We are mankind. Each person is different than the other in certain ways- but really we're all just different versions of the same model.
Why does that seem so hard for some people to accept?
The criteria for these things are always a joke too. Whether it be being from an alien race, indigo, whatever crap thing people are calling it at that moment. Some people just believe they are special and want to find something that will validate this feeling. If someone were really from an alien race, I think they'd know based on a heck of a lot more than personal psychology.
Personality idiosyncrasies does not an ET make.
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