What if your child ask this question from you? What would be the answer? I think, that in my case I would have to say “Yes”, because over ten years of research it sure looks like it. But I’m still waiting my personal UFO experience. Here’s Nigel Kerner’s answer to his son:
His initial response was sceptical as his own background was science based but he felt his son deserved more than a knee jerk response and decided he would look more deeply into the subject. He began by looking at the evidence for the phenomenon which he initially found surprisingly substantial and later on, overwhelmingly convincing. He then moved on to examining the theories for its presence on this planet. Unsatisfied that these theories provided a persuasive reason for the agenda behind alien visitation or a coherent rational and logical explanation for the true origins of the alien entities sojourn on our planet, he broadened his search. This took him into a deeper exploration and study of the individual sciences he was unfamiliar with and a comprehensive study of ancient texts with a bearing on the main religions of the world, amongst them the Bible the Koran, the Dhamma, the Mahabarata, the Kabbala and the Gnostic texts annotating Christian belief thrown out by the Christian church at the Convocation of Nicea. He was also prompted by the nature of evidence for the alien phenomenon to look into research in cell biology, bio-chemistry and theoretical physics. Very soon Nigel realised that to explain the origins and agenda of these alien visitors would involve first explaining and understanding our own origins as human beings both from a philosophical and scientific perspective.
Nigel has always rejected the falsifications that he believes organised, mainstream religion has made to the original examples offered by the great teachers that were the inspiration for each of these religions. He feels a core of similar ideas runs through the central teachings of these teachers. A core of ideas that bears more relation to the nature of reality described by quantum physics than the anthropomorphic sense of God portrayed by the Judeo-Christian and Islamic mainstream.
In his search for an explanation of the origins of intelligent life Nigel was confounded by the huge contradictions implied by the traditional alternatives presented by Creationism, Intelligent Design and the theory of Evolution. If Creationists or ID theorists were right it would imply a perfect centre of creation, a ‘God’ that (for whatever reason) created a universe in which imperfection and therefore the potential for suffering exists. Why would that which is perfect create that which is imperfect? Evolution theory on the other hand runs in complete defiance of the Second Law of Thermodynamics (a basic law of Physics) that forbids development into better and more ordered states. This law states that everything enforced and thus made of atoms rots and is so completely taken apart in time that even the parts themselves are finally taken apart. The process goes one way into more and more random and chaotic states from prior states of order with time. Thus Nigel postulated that the overall momentum of the atomic Universe had to be Devolution with Evolution occurring within staged formats within that overall devolutionary momentum. Nigel simply wondered why the Universe was just heading one way. How then could the ordered systems that allow for life have arisen? That led him to believe that there had to be another existential paradigm, one totally obverse to the paradigm of a physical universe governed by the dictates of the second law.
The supremacy of Free Will as the decider of our individual destinies and a secular and objective definition of God as the natural implicate centre of all existence rather than the anthropocentric directive entity so many accept, was the logical solution Nigel arrived at. In that context and in concordance with his research into ancient religious texts and cutting edge science Nigel also arrived at a cohesive theory for the origin and agenda of the alien phenomenon.
The Alien Phenomenon
With recent advances in bio-technology and cybernetics we are hurtling faster than ever before into what Nigel calls ‘Sim Card Man.’ Could it be that the Grey aliens that are a feature of almost all abduction experiences may themselves be the final product of a civilization at another location in the universe achieving this stage of technological advancement to its acme. Could this civilization have transformed their own natural bodies through artificial implants into bio-mechanical entities?
It was recently revealed that scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first living cell to be controlled entirely by synthetic DNA. Nigel suggests that the Greys themselves may have been made in this way as synthetic copies of their creators but fortified with an inorganic chemistry to allow for the kind of space travel beyond the speed of light necessary to reach other life forms in the universe. Could our cells act as their host mechanism for their synthetic DNA just as a bacterial cell was the host for the synthetic DNA produced by our own scientists?
Could the Greys have been the final product of a civilization that sought to avoid death in this way? Could they be the epitome, in other words, of artificial intelligence?
Abductees have commented on the blank, emotionless faces of the greys as they carry out painful procedures on them. It is as though we are laboratory rats to them. There is no sympathy but no cruelty either. They are like biological robots perhaps programmed to preserve the identity of their creators for eternity, carrying their DNA and cloning and re-cloning it in an attempt to reconstruct the original programme.
Owing to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, otherwise known as entropy, all matter is subject to increasing states of breakdown and decay. The DNA held by the Greys would be breaking down with each cloning and re-cloning. However, to refresh their sample would not be simple. Human DNA, for example, is likely to be very different to their samples. The only way they could make use of our DNA would be a hybridisation process, converting us to be more like them.
This hybridisation process has been strongly affirmed by Budd Hopkins and Professor David Jacobs, the leading figures in abduction research. In fact in the last twenty years they have noticed that the hybridisation programme has been stepped up dramatically. Could this be connected intimately to our escalating progress in cybernetics, artificial intelligence and bio-technology? Are we emulating the highly advanced technology of the civilisation that made the Greys? If the answer is yes then do their famed abilities for mind control through implants and possibly genetic interception have something to do with it?
We are rushing headlong into a bio-technological revolution in which our natural status as human beings is more and more likely to be converted into a synthetic, artificial construct eventually. Nigel feels that if we let ourselves be carried along with this and don’t think about its implications we will lose our ability to think individually at all. This power to think may be the secret of a natural property we all have and has been identified by the teachers of all the main religions as a ‘soul’ that gives us the potential for an eternal existence beyond the confines of a physical universe. It’s a new take on the most basic existential paradigm of all.
It is Nigel’s assertion that this natural ‘Soul’ property may indeed be the ‘holy grail’ that the Greys are seeking in their agenda with humanity. As artificial entities they have no access to this natural quantum that provides a connection to a non-entropic state of existence beyond the physical universe and thus to an ability to survive physical death. Ironically as artificial creations they can never have access to this natural quantum but equally, as artificial creations they are unaware of this fact.
Here’s a Nigel Kerner’s interview:
Paranormal Odyssey Podcast
1st May 2013 Robert Luellen interviews Nigel Kerner.