Do these people really believe this stuff?

There’s only one way to preface this post, and that’s with an extract from Tim Minchin’s wonderful 9-minute beat poem, “Storm”:

These people aren’t plying a skill,
They are either lying or mentally ill.

I suppose I sh0uld clarify my point; after all, I could be referring to any number of people and organisations. However, just for a change, I’ve decided not to focus on the usual clutch of right-wing nutters and fundies and have a look at something that is way out there… in more ways than one.

Meet the Andromeda Council. Or rather, their representative on Earth, one Tolec. You might be asking yourself what is the AC, well, here it is in their own words:

The Andromeda Council is an intergalactic and interstellar governance & development body of aligned benevolent star systems & planets of sentient intelligent life…    for worlds in both the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies.

As a high level governance body  the Council  is responsible for setting precedence, protocols, conditions of behavior regarding planetary exploration & first contact, new membership, and trade relations among its member planets. 

Yes, you may now go ahead and headdesk to your heart’s content.

The site itself seems to be a weird mishmash of December 2012 “transformation” theories, aliens are out there theories, a dash of the Illuminati and straight out of the mind of David Icke, we get references to “Draco & Hydra reptilians”… who have undersea bases and are clearly ruling our planet.

Um… wait… that should read “had undersea bases.” It would appear as if a “Delta Force” from the planet Procyon took out the last undersea base, with over 2,000 Dracos and Hydras being captured. Here’s their report:

I kid you not. Unfortunately, I can’t link to specific articles, as they’re just plastered on the main page.

But all of this got me to thinking… does whoever is behind all this really believe this? That they are the contact between Earth and the Andromeda Council (who, by the way are about to send us some official ambassadors: Ambassador Tanka Wheneh, Diplomat Maka  Nahiweh, and Vice-Chairwoman Tania Piekae)? I know humans are capable of believing all sorts of things and there are plenty of people – most of whom I’m willing to bet don’t share that belief – willing to pander to the believers. Just look at religion for starters. If it was just a website, I could write it off as just another crank in the bottom half of the internet.

But there’s also a YouTube channel, with 1- and 2-hour broadcasts. They’ve even been interviewed by Alfred Webre, who is himself a first-class nutter. And there’s slideshows you can download.

Even worse, Tolec isn’t alone. He has Tanaath from the “Silver Legion“… “an organization of mostly-non-physical Lightwarriors, based out of a higher-layered realm, dedicated to helping further the cause of freedom across the multiverse, and dedicated to defending and protecting others so that they can follow their own paths free of those who would dominate or control them” and the “Institute of Light“… “a partnership among the humans of Earth, certain celestials, and our star brothers and sisters, primarily from Andromeda, to energize Earth’s transformation.” If you really want to more about the Silver Legion, watch this.

It’s one thing to believe in life on other planets, it’s another to believe in UFOs and alien landings. But when you start believing that you are the conduit between Earth and some strange hyperspace council, that only you know about, then one’s eyebrows start to raise.

Then again, given the mental hoops your average religion expects you to jump through and the stuff they want you to believe, these guys are mere beginners.

About PsyGremlin

PsyGremlin is a former Conservapedia sysop (although the position was earned nefariously), stand up comedian, DJ, and is currently a self-employed financial adviser, who impersonates a responsible adult at least 5 days a week. However, highlighting and poking fun at the crazies out there remains his first love. Well besides pork crackling. And custard. And cricket.
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3 Responses to Do these people really believe this stuff?

  1. Pi says:

    Honestly I am always left wondering this myself. My guess would be that it begins as a fantasy that get out of control and consumes their life. They don’t so much believe it as need it as a crutch. That is my 0.02c.

  2. stihlman says:

    I guess we will all find out won’t we.

  3. Don says:

    Like you said, one thing is believing in this story another believing in ufo’s. With all the evidence pilling up on ufo’s. Where it was Esikel in the bible with the golden chariot in the sky or Moses burning bush of fire to more recently the shutdown of major airports and the list goes on. I started as a hardcore skeptic on all this and thought these type of stories were plain insane. Never did I once believe I would be a believer in all this insanity of bs. The one that hit the spot for me was the 2001 Disclosure Project that included a panel of over 100 US retired government personnel that included the highest American and U.N. security clearances and their wacked out stories. To call all these gov professionals nutters would be calling our already nuts government a back stabbing hypocrite. Because this panel tried to go to congress with this and they were told by the goverment that hired them, that they were nuts. About this story though, there does seem to be several contactee’s that have mentioned the Andromedan beings, most popular one.being Alex Collier on youtube and the even more nutter Billy Meire who was in contact with Pleaidian beings. I’m 100% catholic till I die, but i’m also 100% positive we’re being engaged. Drawing the line is difficult to some, because if you believe UFO’s are real, then you might as well believe in the contacts which is where my 8 year research has now taken my Catholic ass. Let’s no mention ancient history now. Remember nothing in this world, nothing, works the way you think it does. There’s always more to the story. You hear about some marriage breaking up – the husband did this – the wife did that – and it’s very obvious what happened… No it’s not obvious what happened. There’s a lot more to the story you don’t know. You don’t know her background, her past, you don’t know his past. You don’t know what was going on in the family – you have no idea. So nothing is simple. The complexity to this UFO engagement is immense and difficult to comprehend to little minds like mine and yours. I’ts easier to just follow and believe what you been thought at school and pretend that we know everything.

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