Ages back a friend of mine introduced me to the "Book of Urantia", a channeled bible from around the turn of the century. He drew my attention to the description of the history of humanity as breeding stock for the aliens. The book went on about "the red man and the yellow man" and how different races were selectively bred then seperated out to seed different land masses. It went on about different qualities of each human race in a way that made me uncomfortable. I didn't really get into believing it anyway so I didn't think much of it until later.
The real head turner for me was when I was reading the "Autobiography of Malcom X" (as told to Alex Haley) when Malcom started talking about his studies in prison into comparative religeon. He explained the story of "Dr. Yucab" from the Islamic scriptures, and how a parralell story exists in most other religeons.
The tale goes thus, (correct me if I'm wrong):
Back in the olden days before human history there was a fellow called Dr. Yucab who turned up out of no-where. Humanity was pretty rude in those days and all of the people lived on an island and spoke the same language. Dr Yucab, on account of being magical and smart ended up getting a pretty high position and made rules and laws for the rest of the people. Most of the laws involved breeding. He took pairs of people and seperated them from the rest and got them to breed. He then took the offspring and inbred them, only allowing certain people to crossbreed. He lived for quite a long tiome so many generations passed. Eventually he had seperated the black gene from the yellow gene from the white gene and so forth and he took each group and scattered them far away from the island. Each was taught a different language, and not until the modern world have these races been re-united. No one knows where he went once his work was finished either.
It's no surprise with so many stories to back it up that people have come to the conclusion that if aliens exist that they're doing a bit of eugenics of their own. Asimov's "2001" was based on that theory, as was John Whyndam's "Midwhich cuckoos" (later filmed as "Village of the damned"). Since the fifties, abductees have reported witnessing or taking part eugenics programs run by the greys, mostly reluctantly so far. Experiences such as having sperm and egs surgicly removed, being forced to copulate with other humans and aliens, phantom pregnancies and fetuses dissappearing mid term, etcetera.
Back in the dark ages copulating with demons seemed to be the fad. Then there's the Christian miracle of the virgin birth (though if you believe the schollars as regards recent translations of the dead sea scrolls then "virgin birth" actually translates to "pregnant out of wedlock".) In fact it's hard to find anything about the idea of an alien breeding program that hasn't got historical parralells riding on more archaig explainations.
It may be reassuring to people who experience these phenomena that there's evidence in the ancient scriptures that this kind of thing may have been going on for a very long time. But then again maybe it's not reassuring at all.
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