Oh sorry, very interesting for sure and yes it does look a lot like Greys.N.O.X. wrote:Well, I posted this not to discuss the legacy of Aleister Crowley but to discuss LAM, the portrait of which he was quoted to say that it was drawn "from life". I just thought it strange that this picture really does resemble the modern "Greys" that are so prevalent in present day accounts of visitation, abduction, etc. and it was drawn in 1918 way before the birth of Ufology. Interesting, no?
Holy Smokes ! I say that all of the time! that is so true, if you let evil in, into your head, your heart or worse still, into your house it is all over. Evil can not come in unless you invite it. But once it's there brother, it is hard, no impossible, to get rid of. Because even if it leaves, it is free to come back anytime, on it's own, uninvited.lunarwing wrote:It is said in most ancient myths and legends that in order for evil to take effect in your life is that you must invite them.
lunarwing wrote:I still have not figured out whether the Greys are good or evil.... but I am leaning toward evil. Remember, after the "star wars" for our planet... the bad guys were unable to leave... and are still here.
It is said in most ancient myths and legends that in order for evil to take effect in your life is that you must invite them. These entities are very tricky and will use any method possible to get you to make that invitation.
So be very very careful of your actions.
Theory wrote:The only thing about that is if all greys were evil and the only way for them to come into your life is to invite them..well I'm thinking theres a whole lot of people who have been abducted who would have never invited these guys, especially children. I think there are at least two types of greys one possibly good the other evil or maybe thats just wishful thinking
Yeah, I can see the resemblance between the pic and the modern greys..are greys a modern thing?
lunarwing wrote:I still have not figured out whether the Greys are good or evil....
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