Freewill and the Law of Non-Interference
Freewill, the Creators gift to human
kind, can be a celebration of joy and inspiration or the burden of sadness
and loneliness. It is our choice whether we help others or grab all we
can for ourselves. I have found most of my choices involve others, and
their actions determine what I choose. An example is Coke or Pepsi, soup
or salad, which is an easy choice. But life is more complex. We can choose
love or hatred. We can decide to be a barrier to hate and choose to bear
hope to others, however first we will need to accept responsibility for
all our thoughts, words and actions.
It has become accepted in the UFO community that abductions are a 'bad trip', no pun intended. And yet we hear people ask about how to call a UFO in, or how to meet an alien. Are they serious? First I would want to know how to determine if they are the good aliens or the not-so-good aliens. This is a sobering thought. The "Prime Directive" of the television series Star Trek is not just a good idea; it has been modeled after a similar Universal Law of Non-Interference. Before asking for contact it might be good to determine why you think you want it. If contact were instead a really bad abduction, what recourse would you have? Where would you go for help if traumatized? Who would believe you? Reading abduction accounts shows how unpleasant it can be. Movies like Interrupted Journey or Fire In the Sky reveal the aloneness many experience afterward.
Recently abductees have begun to claim that benefits
outweigh the pain, thus it must be a "good" experience. Monn has explained
how the good aliens would not even reveal their presence if it might cause
someone to become upset. This is following and abiding by the Law of Non-Interference.
No deceptions nor lies, just staying on the high road. When we asked what
effect the use of alcohol or drugs would have it was confirmed that they
both lower defenses and actually invite the negative entities in.
The Lightside UFO Study Group