What’s the Role of a True Channeler for Those Seeking True Guidance?

Channeling is a delicate art because not only is it extremely tough for a human being to deal with the intense focus needed to stay connected to a higher being, the kind of communication and information that is being relayed through them can be hard to digest given its direct message and far reaching implications.


For many people seeking guidance and receiving information from an uncorrupted channeler, it can be difficult to comprehend what the process and experience is like for the channeler. However, if you’ve been considering getting the information obtained from a divine channeling session, here’s what you need to know before you proceed.

Providing Guidance Beyond Communication

Channelers can’t just sit down with you one day and start communicating answers your huge questions about your personal life, death, pains and prior life traumas. Think of uncorrupted channelers as people who have harnessed their ability to allow The Creator to communicate through them.

This means that channelers need to develop skills and work harder to keep their connection to Creator unsullied and without interference.

Sometimes, channelers may also help you put The Creator’s guidance into perspective. Since channelers, as healers primarily in this case work with people day in and out, they do gain some insight into how this works and what is useful on a case by case basis.

Navigating Through Possible Manipulations

When a channeler opens up their mind to a higher being, it’s the channeler’s job to guard against manipulations by dark beings like Annunaki psychics. These time traveling aliens can spread misinformation and the sort of guidance that can corrupt the channeler and thus the individual receiving the information to a cul-de-sac of pointless activity or even a dark agenda.

However, that’s why it’s key to find an expert channeler that is so firmly grounded in divine wisdom and uses Divine protection that manipulation is far less likely. If you do feel awkward digesting information coming from a so-called channeler, you should give it due consideration and be sure not to rely on consensus, since unfortunately over 90% of all channelers as of this writing are being duped and channeling entities that have not identified themselves accurately to their respective channel.

Work Through Emotion, Feeling and Logic

Becoming a channeler can come with a lot of healing that will need to be accomplished before successful and uncorrupted channeling will be done. Patience is key; along with a high belief quotient and confidence in the Divine Realm to come in aid to this pursuit.

However, you need to remember that there’s some level of emotional intelligence you also need to bring to your sessions.

So, if you feel like you’re up to the challenge of responding openly and fully to information from an experienced and uncorrupted channeler, reach out to Karl Mollison today. The GetWisdom.com website provides channeled divine wisdom as well as divine healing services.

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Being Wary of Generic Energy and Spirit Healing

When you’re wounded, you seek treatment. Whether it’s clinical or alternative medicine, you know that you must see a professional to find a cure. And when you find the cure, you wait for the healing to manifest.


The real question that you should be asking is whether or not the healer you have selected is the right choice. Healing methods aren’t hard to come by after all—they’re everywhere.

Healing: A Buzzword

Healing is one of the most popular words in the vernacular these days. Spiritual healing, cleansing, therapy—all are being offered by charlatans everywhere. Some of these might be legitimate, but they don’t work for everyone.

a hand held out in the light

Because the root of everyone’s problem is different.

You have psychics and yogis and Sufis all proclaiming their method can heal you. But here’s the question you should be asking: heal from what?

What are You Healing From?

The word (and concept) of healing doesn’t exist in a vacuum. If you’re getting healing services from someone, you need them for something: a wound or some sort of disconnect. A wound to the spirit doesn’t lead to outright pain, but you can feel it.

There’s only one way of finding out if your spirit has been dealt an injury of sorts, and it’s this: you begin to feel an inner connection to something—but you don’t know why. You feel an inexplicable longing and yearning—but you don’t know for what. You want to go back somewhere—but you don’t know where.

a skull sits on a thick book, signifying something ominous

There’s a word for this: angst.

Angst and Healing

Angst is an interesting word because it can’t be exactly described—just like the feeling it symbolizes. There’s something missing when you try to define it.

This concept is one that people from many cultures have explored in great depth: from the Sufis in the Muslim world to the German Romantics, such as Schlegell and Schiller. Frenchmen like Rousseau have also engaged with this concept.

The term was first brought into the mainstream by an existential philosopher and thinker: Kierkegaard. In Kierkegaard’s work, angst or dread is described as a paradoxical feeling: a desire for that which you most fear.

Anguish is another such feeling, and another concept explored by existential philosophers: it is the feeling of being in a world that does not have absolutes. In other words, it’s also called existential despair: when you don’t know if anything even matters anymore.

For the German Romantics, it was a loss of origin—Romantic poets such as Keats and Byron followed the same idea. For the Sufis, it’s a feeling that arises from being away from the Creator.

It is angst that you need healing from—but how is one supposed to heal from such a wound?

How Healing Actually Works

a man sits atop a mountain

Healing doesn’t work like magic: you won’t just click your fingers and find something healed instantly. This isn’t Hogwarts, and there are no athelas plants in real life. Even in the spirit realm, healing is a process, roughly divided along these lines:

  • Progression
  • Journey
  • Emergent process
  • Shift evolving

Whatever approach you take, you will first progress slowly. You will explore areas you had never explored before. It will, eventually, become a journey. Once you have been on this journey for long enough, you’ll emerge from your earlier uninformed state. It’s a gradual evolution that can’t be brought upon entirely on its own.

Healing on the outside is a surgeon’s work. Healing on the inside is the work of the Creator.

Why Do You Want to Heal?

Are you simply jumping on a bandwagon, or are you truly seeking something higher? Is there a purpose to your angst, and are you searching for meaning? Or are guilt and regret eating away at you? Is it depression that you haven’t found a cure for? And what is your method of choice?

Most people immediately turn to their own religions—or convert to others. They feel that only something more powerful than their problems can help—so they turn to their prophets, apostles, and God/s. Others take a more non-religious approach and visit a therapist.

Others still visit energy therapists, wherein a therapist transfers energy from their body to yours—or at least this is what they claim they’ll do.

Often, none of these approaches work. Why not?

It is the Cause

It is the cause that you don’t know. You feel like there’s something wrong with yourself: maybe it’s a sickness or a feeling of general dread. You know something’s wrong—but not exactly what. A body massage or a heart-to-heart with another human being isn’t something that will help in all situations.

Energy therapy and other such bogus methods might be full of sound and fury—but they truly do signify nothing. You must go deeper to find why you feel as if:

  • The feeling of déjà vu you keep getting has something more to it
  • Something or someone has taken possession of you
  • You are not you anymore
  • You want to do something bad to someone
  • You don’t feel joy or mirth anymore
  • You can’t remember long chunks of your day and experience bizarre events

Whether you feel like you have been a victim of demonic possession or feel like supernatural blood is coursing through your veins, you should reach out for help.

And who do you reach out to?

Reach Out to the Creator

Why keep running after worldly cures that might or might not work when you can reach out directly to the Creator? What wisdom could be more profound than divine wisdom?

The Get Wisdom Project gives you the opportunity to ask the Creator a question and be at peace. You can also get in touch with them online. Moreover, if you’re a seeker of hidden truths and want to engage with likeminded people, discussing things like spiritual healing, you can also join the Get Wisdom forum.

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The Anatomy of Sin: Do We See it Correctly?

a painting depicting Eve offering the apple to Adam

What do you think when you think of sin? Fornication? Alcohol? Apostasy? With so many religions in the world classifying so many actions and thoughts as sinful, can we ever get to the root of this concept that has been around us for so long?


The Original Sin

The concept of the original sin is exclusive to Christianity. The idea goes a notch above being simply capable of sin and puts forth the abstraction that we’re all born in sin. It is worthwhile to note here that all denominations of Christianity do not unanimously believe in original sin. The notion that “Jesus died for our sins” is also very popular.

Interestingly, all of this is connected to the concept of restoring balance to the universe. It’s almost like karma: there was once a bad deed, and now it must be equaled out.

Judaism and Islam

Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are Abrahamic religions—very similar in their shared stories and histories and monotheism.

However, the concept of sin is slightly different in Judaism and Islam. For Jews, humans are all capable of sin—or that we are likely to sin. For Muslims, the idea is that all humans are born pure—and must preserve that purity by abstinence from sin.

Other Religions

Buddhism stands diagrammatically opposed to the religions mentioned above—all of which allow for inherent sinfulness. In Buddhism, people aren’t inherently sinful, but can commit evil. Goodness must, in the end, prevail. Other religions still—such as Hinduism—are not built around the idea of deliverance from sin. All Abrahamic religions are built around that idea that people are prone to sin, and that prophets stop them from doing so for their own good.

But the big question is…

Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden

What is Sin?

If we eliminate subjective religious definitions and delineations of sin—such as eating beef is a sin in Hinduism, but considered to be good in Islam, whereas eating pig meat is sinful in both Islam and Judaism, etc.—we can perhaps come to a conclusion.

At its rawest, sin seems to be something that goes against the ordinance of a God. But all these different gods have their different decrees: some say alcohol is sinful, others say divorce is sinful, and so on.

Is that so, or have we been looking at sin the wrong way all this time?

Crime Against God—or Crime Against Humans?

One of the major issues with religions these days is their insistence on the idea of hell. Of course, the sinful will all go to hell in the end—some for something as heinous as murder, and others for something as small as exposing some inches of skin. The notion that the Creator is an entity that’s inherently malicious and merciless is behind this idea of hell and sins.

The Creator, in truth, is merciful, and extends help when we need it. There are other forces in this world—such as the force of karma—which are responsible for giving back dues. If an evil deed is committed, the perpetrator will pay.

What Does the Creator Say About Sin?

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Why Religions Underserve People: No Growth

a religious woman holding a rosary

Of course, there was pushback—opium of the people, God is dead; but religions are still growing at a breakneck pace. In fact, today, the world is more alt-right than it ever was. That doesn’t mean that people are growing more religious. It means that people are desperately looking for some explanation, some salvation, some respite.


But are they getting it? Religions were revered centuries ago. There are scarcely any new religions around. And yet, their lack of adaptation is hurting them. And the 19th century is mostly to blame.

The 19th Century’s Attack on Religion

In the 19th Century, we had three big names emerge out of two countries in the West. These were Karl Marx and Friedrich Nietzsche from Germany (and Prussia, which was under German occupation back then), and Sigmund Freud from Austria. These thinkers might not look connected at all: one was bald, one had a massive beard, and one a massive mustache.

Jokes aside, these men gave birth to three distinct philosophies: Freud to Psychoanalysis, Marx to Communism, and Nietzsche to a growing sense of despair.

Psychoanalysis brought all sacred bonding (especially those between parents and children) to a rocky halt. After all, once we began seeing how everything was sexual and how much capacity for grossness humans possessed, our perception of a clean, pure virginity was broken. We felt sell-defilement. Chastity was dead.

Communism made sheeple realize their sheeple status, and also promulgated the idea of equality—something that religions promise, but have never been able to deliver.

Existentialism and Post-Modernism, as disseminated by Nietzsche, further pressed the question for meaning and purpose. Worryingly, the concept of the ubermensch—or Superman—brought humans to the forefront of every political and social thought. Human priorities—not godly ones—were the dawn of a new day.

a bust of Karl Marx

Why Religions Fail—but Spirituality Doesn’t

To be fair to the 19th century, the fall of religions had started quite some time back in the 14th century—with the advent of the Renaissance in Europe. As soon as humanism and Hellenism replaced divinity and holiness, there was a noticeable shift toward human ideals, importance, and intelligence.

Emphasis on Surface Rituals, Not Inner Goodness

Additionally, religions, with their over emphasis on symbols and surface, languished. Holy wars, crusades, witch hunts, all have damaged the façade of organized religion. The bloody breaking of the Church in Henry VIII’s time, the burning of dissenters at the stake, and all the holy wars that followed were bad enough. Coupled with corruption in their centers—something all religions have suffered from—they failed to keep people satisfied for long.

Why People Prefer Spirituality

However, people still prefer spirituality. They just do not like the animosity, pointless hatred and fear, and violent notions most religions purport. The coffin in the nail for religions was their infelicity and their inability to defend themselves against the attacks of the 19th century. Divine wisdom, on the other hand, needs no organized crutches to stay upright.

People move toward religions because they like the idea of goodness. But once it’s muddled, they find themselves receding. Spirituality, such as purported by the Creator, offers no muddled grounds. The goodness of humankind must not—and does not—leech off the vulnerability or the ostracization of others.

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All You Need to Know About Anunnaki Psychics

strange being with light shining on her

The Anunnaki are destined to make a comeback, but for the time being they are content with remotely controlling the human race. They, like us, are efficient psychics—but many people wrongly assume they are similar to Reptilians.

In this blog, we’re going to clear some things out.


Are Reptilian and Anunnaki Psychics the Same?

The reptilians and the Anunnaki have similar ways of engaging with dark spirits. Both function on their own isolated agendas, which fall squarely within the umbrella of the extraterrestrial alliance. These agendas, however, are different.

The Anunnaki have a history of involvement with spiritual leaders and practitioners among humans. To this end, they work toward imbibing themselves withing human culture. Reptilians, on the other hand, are less willing to assimilate with human cultures and lives. To them, we are prepubescent and primitive. Thus abandoned, the human spiritual mind is left completely under the control of the Anunnaki.

You can think of it this way: the military is under the reptilian’s purview, whereas indoctrination, recruitment, and manipulation is the Anunnaki’s. You can read more about the differences between Anunnaki and Reptilian psychics here.

Where Do Anunnaki Psychics Operate From?

Location doesn’t matter to the Anunnaki. What matters is information regarding their target. Not a lot of the Anunnaki reside on Earth. In fact, their numbers here are scarce. A majority of them live on other planets. Non-local consciousness—something that they possess—allows them to have this free and wide berth. Distance from Earth, however, does not affect the efficacy of their psychic operations. Many of them even dwell on Nibiru.

a reptilian extraterrestrial

What Gender are Most Anunnaki Psychics?

There is a common misconception that most Anunnaki psychics are female. In truth, gender is not a determining factor here. The only difference among them in terms of power is due to the degradation of their abilities due to internal corruption. Very similar to humans in this regard, they too are prone to grabbing power.

The Anunnaki Connection with Light

They are good psychics after all. Does this entail that they know something of the light, or do they prefer living in the dark? Is the Anunnaki perception of light similar to how other light beings perceive it?

The Anunnaki cannot fear the light because they cannot see it. Their understanding of light is abstract, much like our human understanding of what a 5-dimensional space would look like. It can only exist as a concept and not as anything concrete.

In fact, here’s the funny thing; since the Anunnaki have never seen the light and think of it as either a myth or fiction, they also look down upon others who do fear it. Spirit meddlers, for example, fear the light—to the Anunnaki they are childish.

Much like unbelieving humans who think people telling about their paranormal experiences are simply lying and are just frightened.

Find Out More about Anunnaki Psychics and Reptilians

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Marriage, Religions, and Forever

A Christian bride and groom kissing

Like many other customs, we take marriages for granted. It’s just something that happens, right? But how did it begin? Who were the first people to get married? Have people gotten married since the beginning of time?

Earliest Marriages: Marriage of Convenience

Marriage is the institutionalized name given to consummation—and a convenience in the legal sense, since it reduces the chances of rivalry, in an evolutionary sense. Marriage protects and propagates property rights and bloodlines. This is also validated by the fact that certain royals were expected to marry the widows of their brothers in order to protect a particular hierarchy.

Alliances

Through study of history, we can surmise that marriage was merely a matter of building alliances between two families or clans in earlier days. When humans began forming civilizations and communities, they intermarried to form stronger bonds and expand their connections. That’s how it was in the royal families as well.

Marriage and Religion

Many of us also, automatically, think of marriage as something religious. After all, only a priest reads the final vows, right? It’s usually in a cathedral or someplace religious where you get married—such as temples for Hindus and mosques for Muslims. It must inherently be a religious thing, right?

Christian couple in a field of sunflowers

The truth is, religion entered the horizons of marriage quite late.

In Christianity in particular, it started with St. Paul, who compared Christ’s relationship to the Church as that of two married people. In 1563, the Council of Trent passed a decree on marriage.

The Universal Appeal of Marriage

The fact that something like marriage has spread throughout the world tells us that it has a universal appeal. No matter which religion you look at or which country you take into account, you find marriage. Fewer ideas have an appeal that’s so universal and so readily accepted by most people—except for hedonists maybe.

When Did People Start Marrying for Love?

You might be surprised, but it’s only recently that people started marrying for love. By “recently,” we mean a few hundred years. The idea began with French troubadours and knightly or courtly romances.

It’s not that people weren’t marrying for love prior to that—they were, but mostly for practical purposes. Romantic love, by this regard, began sometime in the Middle Ages—that is, the 11th century. Some even believe that the legend of Lancelot—who falls in love with King Arthur’s wife—has something perhaps to do with its origin.

But the most fascinating fact in all of this is the invention of Love as a concept—which is totally attributed to the French.

Why Marriage Works

One of the reasons we can conclude something like marriage works is that it serves as social glue. While many religions and customs differ over the issue of marriage—such as condoning or advocating polygamy and polyandry—they all have one common denominator: the family unit. The idea that the union—sacred, legal, or both—of two individuals cements the family is inherently pleasing to human values.

Humans are social creatures. Like other animals, we also have an obligation to bring up our children and reproduce—but perhaps unlike animals, we need a meritorious institution like marriage to give further weight to that obligation. Marriage serves this purpose.

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The Possibilities and Consequences of Time Travel

Stephen Hawking, who once threw a time travelers party

Among the many mysteries that scientists yearn to solve, time travel is at the forefront. The possibility of traveling back into the past or far into the future has fascinated humans since time immemorial. The Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk Project were explorations in this very direction. Leading scientist Stephen Hawking even hosted a “Time Travelers Party” in 2009. No one came, though—he sent out the invitations in 2013.


Does that mean time travel isn’t possible—or does that mean we are just not thinking about it right?

Déjà vu, Clairvoyance, and Time Travel

When we think of time travel, we tend to think of time machines and space shuttles, black holes and worm holes. But more often than not, time travel occurs in a different sense entirely—such as when you feel “clairvoyant” about something or feel a pressing sense of “déjà vu.”

Clairvoyants can predict future events, and people experiencing déjà vu feel as if something has already happened before. To us, on the surface, all of this sounds like a miracle.

an image depicting time machines and crazy scientists

But what if there’s another explanation? What if we can tell what’s going to happen because we’ve experienced it and have retained some of its memory?

Alien Time Travel

When the extraterrestrial mercenary army spends too much time among humans, they sometimes experience a bleed-through. This causes some of their memories and experiences to transmit to us, and we end up retaining some memory of events in the future.

In the case of déjà vu—when you see something happening and feel like you have experienced it before, but can’t quite put a finger on it—it’s a little different. The bleed-through might be a memory or a traumatic experience as a victim of the extraterrestrials. Nevertheless, when it transmits, you retain it as your own—even if the experience is someone else’s.

Intuitive Time Travel: How is Non-Physical Time Travel Possible?

The actual question here would be: how is it not? We know, thanks to our scientists and researchers, that the biggest obstacle to time travel is our physical being. Nothing limits us like this mortal coil. We are restricted by our time on Earth (which is measly to begin with), by the problem of speed (even when traveling with the speed of light, time travel isn’t easy, hypothetically speaking), and the space-time conundrum.

On the other hand, what limits our consciousness? Nothing but our own willful ignorance. Once we shed that, all is open to us for exploration.

People with intuitive insight and high cognition have been able to train their consciousness to fly out. They have explored and experienced different planes of existence and parallel dimensions.

Based on this divine wisdom that they accumulate; they have been able to make near-accurate predictions. People of great intellect have been able to do this because they have sharp minds—why do you think so many artists and poets made accurate predictions about the future?

It has little to do with prophecy and more to do with a well-trained mind.

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Are We Living in a Simulation?

Keanu Reeves as Neo in The Matrix, a movie about simulation

Lift not the painted veil which those who live call life, said a great poet once. Many other thinkers have been consumed by the same question: what is real? This is one of the most steadily burning questions in philosophy, and also one that we haven’t yet conclusively answered.


For all we know, we might be living in a controlled simulation. A being might be controlling your mind and showing you things. But is there a way to determine this?

The Allegory of the Cave

The first person to ask this question—at least the first person who we know of—was the Greek philosopher, Plato. The situation he presented was thus: some men are in a cave, watching a moving picture. They have watched this moving picture all their lives. They know nothing else of the world, nor do they suspect that there is more.

a bronze statue of Plato

One of them, however, breaks away. Once he has broken away, he realizes that the pictures he had seen all his life were only shadows—of things behind them that they could not see. Enlightened, he begins to walk away to the end of the cave, where there is a light. It is only when he comes out into this light that he enters the “real” world—the world of forms.

The World of Light

After Plato, many other philosophers and thinkers also took up the question of reality. Francis Bacon and Descartes (I think, therefore I am) are two of the biggest names. What’s interesting in Plato’s allegory of the cave is the symbol he uses for enlightenment—the light at the end of the tunnel.

The Lightworker healing protocol is also about working with light, not the generic new age light so often referenced, but rather the Divine Light of our Creator. Light beings—from human, angelic, and alien spaces—are all truly united under the divine wisdom of the Creator by coming unto the light.

When you use the Lightworker healing protocol, you’re directly working with the Divine Realm. You’re reaching out to the divine aligned light, beseeching the light for help and healing. In earlier days, people would reach out to divine representatives of this light—such as archangels, or Jesus, or Mohammed, and not some impersonal and vacant universal force.

Is This Life a Simulation?

Many humans have asked this question ever since The Matrix came out. After all, the movie was about a “chosen one” realizing that his world (which looks a lot like our world) was just a simulation. Interestingly, there’s been quite a lot of work—both philosophical and scientific—done in this regard. People have proposed reasons we could be living in a simulation, and even physicists are perplexed. Science and tech representatives like Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Elon Musk also believe in the possibility.

But what’s the truth?

The truth is: we might never know. Unless we come into a Divine Partnership, the truth will likely evade us. The layers of untruth and illusion don’t peel away on their own. Life might be like The Truman Show, but the truth doesn’t reveal itself unto idle folk. Seekers of hidden truth have to persevere and make sincere inquiries to uncorrupted sources .

Discover More Hidden Truths

A wise man once said, “There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” And he was right. The biggest mistake humankind ever committed was convincing themselves that they have acquired all the knowledge there is. Once you believe that you know everything there is to know, you don’t search for meaning anymore.

Seekers of hidden truths, however, know that such is not the case. We know that divine wisdom means there are more questions that needs answering. All we’ve got to do is ask the right questions.

The Get Wisdom forum allows you to ask these questions and discuss them with other like-minded individuals. You can even ask the Creator a new question. Your journey toward hidden truth begins with the Get Wisdom team—so begin today.

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How Accurate are the Aliens in the Alien Franchise?

xenomorph from the movie Alien

“In space,” the posters and trailers for Alien announced, “no one can hear you scream.”

Is the fact that no one can hear you scream in space the only scientific fact in this movie—or could the movie have more truth to it lurking underneath the guise of fiction?


The Alien Franchise: Quick Rewind

The Alien franchise follows a crew of space workers in the future. They receive a signal from a nearby planet, explore it, and discover that an alien race has been desecrated and eliminated by another alien race. They leave the planet, but by then, it’s too late. The sinister alien race has already infiltrated their spaceship, and horror ensues.

The film popularized alien fiction and traumatized people. To this day, Alien has a cult following that’s rivaled only by other great 80s flicks. But it is also a movie that gave people many wrong ideas—and perhaps some right ones—about our extraterrestrial cousins in interstellar space.

Excessive Intelligence, Belligerence, and Colonialism in Aliens

the Derelict, an alien spacecraft shown in the movie Alien

Three things that the Alien franchise does get right are that aliens possess excessive intelligence, belligerence, and colonial ambition. Aliens, like they have manipulated humans to emulate, have ambitions of overpowering and conquering other species.

Some of them are also belligerent, hatching plots against other species. Finally, they are truly intelligent—but a lack of empathy makes their intelligence deadly.

Xenomorphs: Fictional Aliens

The franchise calls its creepy-looking aliens xenomorphs. These are creatures unlike humans—but clearly of superior intelligence. Ian Holmes (who plays an android in the movie) calls them the “perfect organism”—their structural perfection, he says, is matched only by their hostility. These beings are free from the chains of morality, ethics, and civics.

Audiences, of course, tend to focus more on the surface. On the surface, these aliens look scary.

A Freudian interpretation of their physical appearance is even more fascinating: when they are “facehuggers,” they look like the human female genitalia. When they grow into the second phase and become xenomorphs, they develop a phallic second mouth that shoots from their mouth that is lined with menacing teeth.

How Accurate is the Physical Iteration of Xenomorphs as Aliens?

Whatever we have discussed so far is, at the end of the day, an artist’s perception of what an alien species looks like. To give them credit, they do purport that there are several alien species that could look different from each other. We even see one such species (or their remains, at least) in the first movie.

Classic poster of the movie Alien

As humans, we tend to see everything else as humanoid. Have our gods not been painted as humanoid—from Hindu to Egyptian and Greek gods? Similarly, we tend to think of extraterrestrials as humanoid: they move like humans, have limbs, and even a mocking, smug smirk that is very human-like.

In truth, we can conjecture that extraterrestrials might or might not resemble us or anything we know. We have learned there are many kinds of extraterrestrials. Some look quite human. Other species are reptilian or even insect-like. They can mimic us. And if there’s one thing we learn from the franchise, it’s this: they’re clever and almost always exceed us in their cunning.

Alien Fetuses: Yeah or Nah?

In the third Alien movie, Ellen Ripley discovers that she’s carrying the Queen Xenomorph’s young one in her womb. We have already explained that (in the Alien franchise) aliens need a living host (human or otherwise) as soon as they break out of their eggs. The fact that they chose a human woman for the purpose was particularly shocking for the audience.

But it isn’t entirely impossible.

One of Karl Mollison’s clients had something similar to report: the client had developed a bloating issue, as well as parasites in her digestive tract. She was curious whether this could have been a direct result of years of alien abductions. Was it because her womb had been used to produce hybrid fetuses? Was this even possible?

Definitely.

According to Karl’s research, the client’s bodily reaction was indicative of grief over lost children—parasites of her own that she had once retained in her belly. Interestingly, Ellen Ripley’s backstory in the Alien franchise is also similar: the captain had lost a daughter.

The result, in real life, is alien hybrids that retain some quality of the human mother. In the movie, too, we see some characteristics of the female retained in the newly born alien. Xenomorphs born of humans, for example, are shown walking on two legs. Those born of dogs/buffaloes are on-all-fours.

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