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Wednesday, April 9th, 2008
7:52 pm
Alien fleets are coming to Earth.

In less then 6 months a whole bunch of ships is going to labnd on earth from Alpha-Z or maybe some other planet, populated by greys/Saurians. Reptilian, some nords (lots of them) and odd Martian or two (very odd) are all part of one conspiracy. Jihad seems to be the hand of the whole plot, they are going to weaken us emotionally and spiritually and prepare for beign enslaved by aliens.

Most of the grey aliens are goign to disguise themselves as humans, except when feeding, and pose as Christians, priests and teachers. They already have worked out a very complicated and detailed plan, it is scary how vcarefully orchestrated and rehearsed the whole thign is.

The scary thign is they are gonna be here in less than 6 months, and no one on earth knows about it or believes that it is gonna happen (this+ slavery, degradation, being killed and devoured the way abducted cows are, being cruelly tortured - greys are incredibly sadistic). And the space lizards are counting on us not knowing about them, not talking between each another about them, and being nice and obedient to them when they arrive. That's why I think we should global terrorist-attack idicator to code orange or code red and talk about it, and maybe petition US government to destroy all alien labs on Earth and in US, and end contracts which allow greys to visit earth and occasionally collect experimental material.

there's a text on sacred-texts.com, under ufo, forward slash "conspire.htm"

also, to see what the kizards have been up to between themselves the live journal name of their community is unitarian_jihad .

Please don't just sleep, do something!

P>S. Also, they might blow up continent of America if they manage to lay their hands on the necessary stuff.

Friday, June 30th, 2006
7:26 pm
I found this community and had a joyful mini heart attack yay!
I'm seriously glad I found this community.

Current Mood: geeky
Friday, March 3rd, 2006
2:50 am
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Current Mood: geeky
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005
1:10 pm
well, hello there
just stumbled on this community and, i could not be more pleased! i've never really felt as if i belonged here(Earth), something about it, the limits, the way humans are built i guess. for a while i was just into sci-fi as a sort of geeky thing to do, then i found out about a phenomena called "starchildren" and i knew from first reading that word i was one.

i've also always had a connection with pop stars who had an alien guise, most recently Klaus Nomi.

anyway, it's lovely being here, i hope to know you all.

Current Mood: wow! what a diffence!
Sunday, July 10th, 2005
11:24 pm
replicant from london town

Just saying hello my names kirlian im obsessed by all things weird/fusturistic/paranormal. Im a freak, musician and dj and my design work pays the bills.  I think after seeing bladerunner as a kid on TV I got bored by the present enviroment and found music was one source to fuel my escapsim and creativity..... I love technology and anything that advances human life beyound known realms....anyway wont bore you anymore ...


kirlian blue

Current Mood: ,,,
Friday, April 29th, 2005
12:04 am
Hey, just wanted to let you guys know about Strangewire.com, a blog for all things paranormal, supernatural, and the like from legitimate news sources. Unlike the type of sites and columns that deal in "wacky news"-style articles about goofy work mishaps and amusing medical malpractice, Strangewire attempts to deal with phenomena that are part of a bigger question, from strange lights in the sky in the south-west US, to a man with claims of a haunting in Australia, from zombies and voodoo practice in Haiti to global government conspiracies. Fox Mulder's favorite blog, in other words. Recent articles include headlines such as "FLESH CHUNKS IN IOWA WATER LINES" and "NEW JAPANESE GHOST DETECTOR FOR SALE."

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Tuesday, March 15th, 2005
5:52 pm
I felt I had an obligation to introduce myself...well i'm new. So hey everybody.

Current Mood: anxious
Wednesday, February 9th, 2005
12:18 pm

click plz :D
it's a game
gives me power
Sunday, February 6th, 2005
7:05 am
Cross-posted like a bitch.

Well, I just asked my chair David if I could teach science fiction next semester, as our scifi professor is retiring. He was iffy, but I'm going to bug the SHIT out of him until he lets me do it.

I want to focus the course on post=apocalyptic fiction. Right now, these are the books we would use:

1. The Stand, Stephen King
2. The Rift, Walter J. Williams
3. A Canticle for Liebowitz, Walter Miller
4. The Postman, David Brin
5. Swan Song, Robert McCammon
6. Earth Abides, George Stewart
7. Lucifer's Hammer, Larry Niven
8. The New Madrid Run, Michael Reisig
9. Eternity Road, Jack McDevitt
10. The Day of the Triffids, John Wyndham
11. The Dawning. Hugh P. CAve.
12. The Nature of Balance, Tim Lebbon
13. Parable of the Sower, Octavia Butler
14. The Gate to Women's Country, Sheri Tepper
15. Oryx and Crake, Margaret Atwood
16. Where Late the Sweet Bird Sings, Kate Wilhelm
17. Into the Forest, Jean Hegland
18. The Folk of the Fring, Orson Scott Card
19. Apocolypses: Prophesies, Cults, and Millenial Beliefs Through the AGes, Eugen Weber
20. Visions of the End, Bernard McGinn
21. The Encyclopedia of Apocolyptism, Bernard McGinn
22. End=Time Visions: The Road to Armaggedon, Richard Abanes
23. The Last Apocolypse, James Jr. Reston
24. Z for Zachariah, Robert C. O'Brien
25. Smart RAts: A Novel, Thomas Baird
26. Plague, Jean Ure
27. Cloud Warrior,1st Fantasy,Iron Master,Blood River,Death Briger,, Patrick Tilley
28, Twilight World, Poul Anderson
29. Malevil by Robert Merle
30. The Wild Shore : Three Californias (Wild Shore Triptych), K.S. Robinson
31. Emergence, David Palmer
32. Through Darkest Amer and Dawn's Uncertain Light, Neil Barrett
33. I am Legend, Richard Matheson
34. Cat's Cradle, Kurt Vonnegut
35. Damnation Alley, Roger Zelazny
36. Bangs and Whispers: Stories About the End of the World, James Frenkel
37. A Gift Upon the Shore, M.K. Wren

OK I know there are too many here. Obvious. So help me cut it down. How many should I include? I've NEVER taught a literature claSS before, so I need help! Is there anything I should include but didn't? Is there anything on the list that can go?

I have NOT read anything without a star by it. If YOU have, please review it for me!!!

Also, I need help figuring out how to teach this clas. I want to first look at how "post apocalyptic fiction" is a genre -- what is similar between these booKS? But what else could we talk about? Paper topics? Class discussions? HELP!

Also, I don't own almost ANY of these items. My Amazon.com wishlist has them all there. I would love anyone forever for buying me some of these. Books give me more joy than can be stated in words, in anything. Books are love to me. Here's the list (the cheaper the better, so used is GREAT). I swear you can get one for less than five bucks, and oh what joy it will give me!!

Monday, December 13th, 2004
3:37 pm
but to them....we are the Aliens.
Thursday, December 9th, 2004
3:32 pm
Greetings all!
I do not believe I am an alien from another planet or astral plane of existance.
I DO however believe in aliens and other sentient lifeforms in the universe, and my greatest dream in life is to one day leave this dead-end, middle-of-nowhere, backwater mudball of a planet...and explore the stars, meet an alien woman, and be with her the rest of my life's days.
I feel a surge of creativity!

My Love Beyond the Speed of Light
by A.J.S. starbreaker51@yahoo.com

It's a simple dream, yeah, but I'm free to dream it
The girl of my dreams isn't even from this planet
Where she'll be from, when she'll come for me
Waiting beneath an ocean of stars
Looking up into the cosmic sea

I've cried so many tears of loneliness
Underneath the empty skies
One day I will leave this place forever
I know I'll leave this place forever
And when that day comes I'll never look back

Where can you be
For all time there is only you
My Love Beyond the Speed of Light
Here I wait for you beneath the silver moon
Staring up into the endless night
My Love Beyond the Speed of Light
My Love Beyond the Speed of Light
Come for me one day soon
Been waiting for you so long now
My Love Beyond the Speed of Light

Oh yeah...I'm also a musician/songwriter/poet/ect. ^_^

Current Mood: lonely
Tuesday, July 13th, 2004
6:47 pm
Sunday, May 30th, 2004
8:03 pm

Guitarist Sin, from Siciety 1 fan club. If your interested then check it out ;-)
we can always use more ppl!
ecspecially on the boards
Saturday, May 8th, 2004
12:11 pm
Friday, April 30th, 2004
6:55 pm
Sunday, April 25th, 2004
6:27 pm
hey im a new member but yes im so glad to have found this community my 3 friends are extra terrestrials well 1 is for sure and im the transmittor its kind of hard to figure things out did anyone else see the three "shooting stars" fall from the sky like almost 3 weeks ago they all fell at the exact same time? and have they been found yet if anyone knows? oh and other topic i wanted to talk about was earth is mostly made up of water and i think that many have landed on this planet but are in the ocean somewhere - perhaps someone or me will have to look that up some more anyways thats all i had to say

Current Mood: relaxed
Wednesday, April 21st, 2004
12:53 pm
glad someone thought of this
And here I thought I was the only one...


Current Mood: surprised
Monday, April 19th, 2004
9:28 am
Thursday, March 18th, 2004
7:08 pm
Am I an alien?
hey fellow alien people.

I just joined this community and had no idea there were other people out there who feel the way I do about earth. I always feel this tramendous need to escape this planet...back to my 'home planet'. I seriously feel that I am not from this planet at all. I have always felt this really strong connection with Lemuria, an ancient cicilization that existed some 400,000 years ago..and was beleived to be inhabited by aliens from a fifth dimentional planet. I've always felt like a really old soul and that perhaps I am a decendant of the mu people. I think this is why I have such a fascination with the understanding of the universe..because these people were supposed to be extemely highly evolved and had a way of thinking far beyond our comprehention. I've never really felt a sense of 'fitting in' here...and I was once told by a psycic that I am an extremely old soul who wasn't meant to re-incarnate into this lifetime but I am on a mission of some description. Maybe to seek out people from back home? :P

Also, I really identified with the movie 'the fith element'. kick ass movie.
Saturday, February 14th, 2004
12:21 pm
What type of aliens are in here...just curious.
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