Shades of Grey: Aliens on Earth - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
by Frank G. Wilkinson
When flying saucer buffs think about aliens, a variety of images come to mind, from Blonde Pleiadians , Men In Black, Reptilians, Mantis-types, and on and on... But for the general public, the word "alien" has become near-synonymous with "the Greys," those diminutive midnight abductors with bulbous heads and black, wrap-around eyes… Heartless creatures obsessed with human reproduction and cattle parts, these spectral Visitors present a perfect screen onto which our society projects its worst Millennial nightmares, as evidenced in the extreme by FOX TV's Dark Skies, in which Greys are found lurking behind every conspiratorial twist of modern history, as they manipulate our species toward global enslavement. The testimony of literally thousands of abductees leaves little doubt as to the existence of these beings. They are here. But what do we know, concretely, about their origin, nature and purpose among us?
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