Understanding Grays is an enigma to contactees and ufologists.
There are those times when you know that something is clicking, it’s working. We received a voicemail from Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove regarding his most recent interview with Dr. Jorjani. It was surprising to say the least. Dr. Mishlove has discussed many things on his show New Thinking Allowed, with some attention paid to extraterrestrial races occasionally.
High strangeness and strange encounters have evolved our experience beyond the fearful impressions that the unknown often evokes in humans. Still, we tend to view things only from a human-centric perspective. How could we not? But, can we move beyond it?
Conversations That Matter
The conversation covers much more than you might expect and goes deeper into the history of many well-known explorers of associated events with various types of what we’ve called extraterrestrials. Perhaps they are interdimensional, ultradimensional or extradimensional and we just don’t have a reference point for which to determine an appropriate label.
There are a number of races interacting with us. A quick Google search might even reveal names of star systems from which they may come. Are they us in the future or, more likely, are they reaching out to us because all planetary civilizations go through certain process in their evolution toward higher types of civilizations, as in the Kardashev scale. They have been through the process already and seek to share with us the wisdom garnered.
The aspect of fearing ‘what is,’ that which is beyond our experience or understanding, is crucial to our ability to withstand the confrontation of a new experience beyond human. The transformation is, in essence, recognizing the consciousness we carry in these bodies. The aspects of self-actualization and self-realization may indeed be the process of becoming aware of the fact. It can be said that we are cosmic consciousness condensed into form.
The Business of Beings
Perhaps the beings, whether physical or pure energy, hold the key to understanding and just want to share, helping us to emerge into a more evolved form, not necessarily from out of the future but in the present with an expanded awareness we have yet to understand.
Linear thinking has limited us, kept us in the human-centric point of view. We are more. Perhaps non-linear thinking might allow us to consider the interesting fact that in the table of elements, there is only one element that does not have a proton, electron and neutron configuration of some sort, indicating the potential of the ‘trinity’ from the macro being present in the micro. Hydrogen is both the bonding agent for our DNA and it powers our sun. There is a potential correlation there, perhaps.
The idea of being able to ‘take’ the gift being offered us, as Jason refers to the message given by the Grays, is to withstand the fear while embracing the love or new living conditions that appear to be the prudent path to a new world order of harmony among people and planet. The Grays understand the necessity to be in harmony with the universe, a step beyond people and planet. It would seem, from historical accounts and the conversation with Jeffrey and Jason, that moving beyond the human-centric view is essential.
Imagery presented during experiences are relative to our ability to perceive the message as it is intended. Jason mentions that Whitley’s understanding of the Wolfen was they were precursors to the appearance of the Grays. How many subtle, or not so subtle, hints are we offered in our own experiences as precursors to something else because we wouldn’t be able to handle the direct approach? I’d imagine that most contactees and even preverts would acknowledge that they’ve experienced similar paths to understanding.
Being gifted a new world if we can take it, for me, has nothing to do with stealing. The polarity of either giving or taking is, again, human-centric. What if it just ‘IS’? The gift alludes to the progression of human consciousness beyond our current constraints, fear-based models. Can we handle it? Can we drop the fear of the unknown so embedded in our mental processing?
So far there is no definitive answer for the ‘missing link’ and perhaps the form needed to evolve in order to house a larger brain with the capacity for self-awareness and more. Like many species on Earth that have experienced ‘evo-leaps’ or mutations into different forms more capable of handling the environment they are in is consistent with this possibility. No genetic manipulation, from outside, was or is necessary let alone actually done. It was a natural thing.
We’re All the Same
Carbon is both life-giving and and life-taking in certain forms. We are carbon-based beings. Nanostring technology offer next-level computing. Too much carbon in our air destroys life. Not that I’m a religious person, but like Jason I look for patterns and similarities in historical accounts. It occurred to me that the number of man, 666, is perhaps the carbon atom. It is a number of knowledge and wisdom, or so we are informed just prior. There is a perfected human, perhaps the imago Jason notes. Perhaps the next missing link we are discovering is the evo-leap of consciousness beyond fear, beyond the constraints of human-centric perception.
Tricksters have always been present in the evolution of our lives, like the Archons of old, who are really benign or benevolent, but because of their teasing and testing of our faith we often see them as malevolent. Any time we are confronted and forces to think or have faith, we project a sense of evil on the one presenting the challenge. They aren’t really, but we sure think so. It is the surrender of will to the Divine (something greater than our personal will), the release to unconditional love or where perfect love eliminates all fear that we seek to reside.
The idea of these visitors being refugees seems logical from Jason’s point of view, but I’ve never encountered the idea of any kind of refugee program. I do, however, agree they are attempting to nurture us into something greater than we are currently. A long time from now we may be able to visit other worlds as easily as they do, but we have to learn to get along here first. Everything hinges on that activity, which is a ‘gift’ – poison to the dominant culture.
In conclusion, the interview was excellent in cross-referencing material and people who’ve sought to understand the nature and purpose of these encounters. The open-minded approach to possibilities was engaging, yet fell short of the greater view I thought was possible. Human-centrism is a challenge we are being asked to overcome in order to understand a much bigger picture, imho. Perhaps further discussions like this will help pave the way.