by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Did you ever wonder why a sports team would have the name of “Giants” or “Angels”? The late Dolores Cannon once said that the extraterrestrials are fascinated by sports because of the emotion we elicit when both playing and watching them. We mistakenly assume that all forms of life share similar sets of emotions but this is not true.
Imagine looking at sports from an extraterrestrial perspective? If you’re at a stadium and the home team scores, most of the crowd will scream with jubilation while a smaller part of the visiting crowd will moan in discontent… all over a game.
I find it interesting that an American football game (Dallas vs. Jacksonville) was played in England on Remembrance Sunday, which is the English version of Veteran’s day. The intriguing part is how ALL sports boil down to the divide and conquer principle, which is basically “my tribe versus your tribe”…. or my country versus your country. To celebrate and/or remember the veterans of war through a game that promotes the divide and conquer principle is something that is not perceived by many people. We even see the “Cowboys vs. Indians” theme in American football when the Dallas Cowboys play the Washington Redskins or Kansas City Chiefs.
It makes me wonder if sports are being played on other inhabited planets and if so, are any similar to ours?
Another interesting facet about sports are the team names. In baseball, there are the San Francisco “Giants” and the Tokyo “Giants” while in American football, there are the New York “Giants”.
You’ll even find mythical creatures of lore such as the Westminster Griffins, Oneonta State Red Dragons and the Hutchinson Blue Dragons in collegiate sports; spiritual names such as the Los Angeles Angels, San Diego Padres, New Orleans Saints and Elon State Fighting Christians; esoteric names such as the Orlando Magic, New Orleans Voodoo and the Washington Mystics and cosmic names such as the Phoenix Mercury, San Antonio Stars, Dallas Stars, Houston Astros, Houston Comets, LA Galaxy and the Houston Rockets.
Dolores Cannon also stated that the ET’s are amused by television, more specifically, how the actors elicit emotions while pretending to be someone they’re not.
We take our emotions for granted because this is the only way we know of how to express ourselves, but from an extraterrestrial perspective, this is also what makes us unique.
In the movie, “Lucy,” Morgan Freeman’s character (Professor Norman) asks the question, “What if there was a way of accessing 100% of our brains? What would we be capable of?” The Lucy character, played by Scarlett Johansson stated, “I don’t feel pain, fear, desire. It’s like all things that make us human are fading away. It’s like the less human I feel, all this knowledge about everything, quantum physics, applied mathematics, the infinite capacity of the cell’s nucleus, they’re all exploding inside my brain. All this knowledge. I don’t know what to do with it.”
Lucy also stated, “It’s funny, I used to be so concerned with who I was and what I wanted to be, and now that I have access to the furthest reaches of my brain, I see things clearly and realize that what makes us “us” — it’s primitive. They’re all obstacles. Does that make any sense? Like this pain you’re experiencing. It’s blocking you from understanding. All you know now is pain. That’s all you know, pain.”
We also know love, which Lucy basically said was a distracting emotion. The capacity to love is one of the things that makes us “human” and is probably the most fascinating aspect of our civilization when viewed by extraterrestrials. While the motion of “love” may seem primitive to advanced alien cultures, it may also be the emotion lacking from one particular dying race, the Greys. According to some reports, the Greys are abducting people from our planet in order to harvest sperm and eggs in an effort to keep their civilization alive.
The divide and conquer principle is specifically designed to keep us living in fear, yet many of us are oblivious as to how easily we are being programmed through sports and the mainstream media, who continuously push the fear agenda while emphasizing competitiveness from every angle.
In the end, there is only love.
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About the Author:
Gregg Prescott, M.S. is the founder and editor of In5D and BodyMindSoulSpirit. You can find his In5D Radio shows on the In5D Youtube channel. He is also a transformational speaker and promotes spiritual, metaphysical and esoteric conferences in the United States through In5dEvents. His love and faith for humanity motivates him to work in humanity’s best interests 12-15+ hours a day, 365 days a year. Please like and follow In5D on Facebook as well as BodyMindSoulSpirit on Facebook!