Sunday, June 15, 2008
Making Sense Out Of Alien Perception
Aliens are around us but we don’t recognize them.
An intriguing POV. Most people have to see something to believe it. But maybe we’re concentrating on the wrong sense.
Why couldn’t an otherworldly being exist as sound? There’s the mysterious Taos Hum in New Mexico. Is a lonely ET trying to prick up our ears?
Maybe aliens are odors, flavors, or tactile sensations. That odd smell barely detected, a subtle but peculiar taste from nowhere, a feeling without any visible actor touching. Moments just on the edge of our perceptions.
Sure, it sounds crazy (no pun intended). But we’re talking about aliens, aren’t we?
Posted by Ray Palm (Ray X) at 3:14 AM