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While NASA spends billions of dollars looking for aliens as life elsewhere, I feel mainstream science is shunning the fact that they're already here.  I have seen UFOs three times and have been visited in my room by aliens in my room.  I have seen them but it isn't just me.  Thirty million people in the U.S. have seen UFOs and there are numerous photographs. So, why is it that people continue to deny that they're here?  Am I missing something?  I think they're 100% benevolent though so nothing to fear.  I see them as humanity's guardians..... and I feel I benefited very strongly from one encounter in particular.  I'd go as far as to say I think what people are as aliens may really be guardian angels.  Just my beliefs on it.  I can totally understand that maybe most people don't agree with me, and that's fine.  Just sharing my thoughts.

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I'll address your direct question, 'Why do people continue to deny that they're here?' with an example from where I work.

Where I work, there are scientists who study animals and keep records of what animals live within the boundary. They have official lists of the animals that they can say with absolute certainty exist here. Not on that list is the red fox, Vulpes vulpes. No one has ever photographed or videoed one within the boundary. None of them has ever found a dead red fox here, or a complete skeleton (a partial fox skeleton wouldn't do, because something else could have brought it in). None of them has ever found a trail of fox tracks, or a pile of fox poop. The proof has to be something that can be brought to a lab, reviewed, analyzed by other specialists, and confirmed so that we are certain there hasn't been a trick of the eyes or the imagination. There is currently no evidence that the red fox lives within the boundary.

I have personally seen them cross the road at night on my way home here on two separate occasions, and they are certainly known in the entire area surrounding the boundary, and there is no reason why they would not come in, so common sense tells us they ought to be here. But there is no conclusive evidence. Similarly, there is no conclusive evidence of bigfoot, and every time someone claims to have some, it "mysteriously disappears" before it can be scientifically confirmed. Therefore, science cannot be expected to accept its existence when the proof keeps running off.

It is human nature to trust our senses - they are, after all, the equipment we have been given to make sense of the Universe. If our sensory apparatus fails to register anything, our natural first inclination is to accept that no phenomenon is present or occurring. There is currently no universally acknowledged piece of evidence that definitively, beyond doubt, is a biological sample of an extraterrestrial life form, or an artifact created by an extraterrestrial intelligence. Conspiracy theories abound, of course, that governments and cabals and shadow societies and whatnot are hoarding such things out of the public eye, or that there are mountains riddled with tunnels, or underwater citadels, populated with Zeta Reticulans, or Anunnaki, or whatever, but until one shows up that anyone can see, hear, smell and touch, they're not going to believe it.

Add to all this the mathematical realities posed by modern cosmology, astronomy, and physics, all in the context of the Drake Equation, and the scientifically minded among us, however much they may yearn to believe, begin to find it difficult. On the other end of the bell curve, those who find it easy to believe in such things may not have a problem accepting the word of those who claim to be eyewitnesses - until those same eyewitnesses also start yattering on about how the earth is flat, the Apollo Moon landing was faked, and they know where Jimmy Hoffa is buried. If aliens walk among us and don't want to be outed, they've done a masterful job of concealing their presence by abducting a significant proportion of tinfoil-hat-wearing kooks, basket-cases and conspiracy theorists.

It also doesn't help that claims of extraterrestrial contact are often associated with spiritual matters, because most people really aren't that spiritually attuned. For the average person, spirituality, the psychic, the paranormal, the astral, the ethereal, multidimensionality - indeed, anything you can't grab hold of with your two mitts - is the realm of hippies, dope-heads, and worst - poets. It's the sort of thing that makes men of a certain age look at you and say, "Get a job!"

For all I know there's a Pleiadian standing behind me, looking over my shoulder as I type this. I hope so. I wish they'd materialize already. But too many people would probably lose their shit, and that's why people continue to deny that they're here.

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On 4/28/2017 at 4:31 AM, nervousbat said:

I believe in them too! I think it's definitely possible to make contact with them through meditation or lucid dreams and lots of people have already done it, including the Dalai Lama, who said he believes in them in 10 Questions for the Dalai Lama. 

I think I've contacted them too via telepathy.  I've had some lucid dream experiences of contact and some other telepathic experiences with them, but I've even seen them in person like I was saying. I find them quite fascinating, yet am also quite afraid of them even though somehow I know there's nothing to fear.

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My theory is that the 'aliens' we see now are just humans from way way way in the future traveling back in time. We look so different because we've evolved a lot.

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