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Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls: The Conspiracy to Genetically Tamper with Humanity

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  • Posted March 23, 2010

    Everybody should read this book!

    As a scientist, I am intrigued by the number of reports on UFOs, especially from professionals such as police officers and pilots who have everything to lose from reporting such events. Most of the books on the subject include compilations of these reports, which are very interesting, but always beg the questions, Who are they and what are they doing here? I was astounded by Mr Kerner's book which not only answers these questions, but shows how these things are intricately connected to the origin of life, and, hence, human beings. His theory peels away the layers of confusion, dogma and deliberate obfuscation in science and religion to derive a rational explanation of how all of life is composed of a non-material component having the qualities of awareness and free will (soul) which is increasingly enmeshed with a material component of geometrically organized atoms. The Greys, on the other hand are secondary, artificial intelligences created by truly living beings as mechanisms to investigate the universe of parts on their behalf. The important point here, Kerner states, is that in this universe of atoms, there is a constant tendency for things to break up into more fragmented structures to the eventual disassembly of everything due to the second law of thermodynamic (the SLOT). Souls, not being of atoms, but residing in the two dimensional, less enforced, spaces between them, are not subject to this decay process (Kerner goes into great detail to eloquently derive this concept) and can return to a state of being in which complete order provides an eternal (timeless) ability for awareness and the potential for free will to prevail. The Greys have no such potential, being entirely material in construction, but using advanced technology they can see the edges of where soul fields reside after physical death while waiting to reincarnate into a new body to continually attempt to increase their ability to increase awareness through free will to escape the reincarnation cycle (convincingly validated in the book referencing reports of reincarnation and near death experiences). The Greys have tracked souls doing this and have observed that this quality of human beings can overcome, or even reverse, entropy. They don't know how this is done, as they have no origin there, but they wish to piggyback onto such a concept to slow their own inevitable entropic decay. Over millennia, they have genetically manipulated human beings (white caucasians; melanin inhibits the Grey's ability to alter DNA with UV light, as in our own laboratories) as receptacles for them to create alien-human hybrids. Their efforts are logically doomed to failure, but it is beyond their programs to understand this, being entirely material in nature. Kerner explains that our only means of escaping this fate is to change our minds to accommodate wider stances of being to return to the non-material state. This was shown to us by Jesus when he transfigured and his resurrection provides tangible proof in the Shroud of Turin, that such a thing can be achieved. Our only way out of this mess is thus by using mind to bring minds together so our souls can continue beyond material universes. The book examines the reasons behind the creation of universes and our place within them, as well as what may lie in wait for us in the future if we don't do something about it. This is an amazing book, which I would recommend to everybody, be they secular, religious, scientific or artistic.

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    YEAH- YUH!


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