Stephane Wuttunee was first published at 17, Plains Cree and French Canadian author and storyteller Stephane Wuttunee's writing credits include 2 1/2 years as a columnist for a national Native newspaper (THE WINDSPEAKER) and a book of short stories entitled FIRST FLIGHT - Tales Of The Nomad. Besides penning articles for Environment Canada and regional periodicals and newspapers such as The Nation and Alberta Sweetgrass News, he has also spent the better part of fifteen years toiling to create DREAMING THE PYRAMID. His website can be seen at: www.dreamingthepyramid.net. An experienced public speaker, Stephane has presented in schools and at conferences throughout Canada and the high Arctic, as well as in parts of New Zealand and Australia.
Is the looming acceptance of visiting intelligent lifeforms upon planet Earth really that big of a deal? I'm not so sure.
Some think that a formal Disclosure announcement by a nation's President or Prime Minister would create riots, stock market crashes, suicides, but I doubt it. I mean, this is a time and age where one can go to practically any large western city in the world and see people that actually look like aliens. Spend some time on "le Boulevard Ste-Catherine" in Montreal, for instance, and one's eyes will be treated to seeing scores of people adorned with green hair, tattooed faces, striped nylons, fluorescent coloured shoes, pierced lips, noses, and ears, wild looking contact lenses, and much else. Sure, "normal" people walk the streets too, but here in Quebec at least, "standing out" is more than a fashion statement – it's a cultural motto. Visually speaking, adding one more type of weirdo to the mix just wouldn't have that great of an impact. Actually, visiting lifeforms would probably blend in.
Socially speaking, we are already conditioned to accepting alien life. If one pays close attention to their surroundings, for example, one comes across depictions of aliens at least five to ten times a day. ET is on commercial products such as yogurt containers, cereal boxes, on television in the form of commercials, programs, news reports. cartoons, and movies, on computer cases (Alienware), in video games, in artwork, and even in everyday lingo. I mean let's face it; in terms of Disclosure, we're practically already there.
So how would such an announcement take place? What would a figurehead's words be and how long would such a presentation last?
Like Stephen Bassett from PRG (Paradigm Research Group), I share the same opinion that Disclosure would be relatively short and direct. If President Obama were to step up to the plate with this (rumours are he might), I think his address to the nation might sound something like this:
"My fellow Americans, we are about to take our first step forward into a new type of awareness and understanding. The debate over whether or not intelligent lifeforms exist elsewhere in the Universe is over. Intelligent lifeforms do exist elsewhere in the Universe and in fact, have been visiting Earth for dozens if not hundreds or even thousands of years. I know that hearing this may upset some and delight others, so I implore all of you to remain attentive and calm. This is merely the first step in what will surely become an intense yet gradual acclimatization process for our world and civilization. I also wish to clarify that the majority of these lifeforms appear to be benign and non hostile, so there is no need for panic. No direct or indirect threat to our way of life is present. All of my staff as well as congress are fully aware of this development and we are working around the clock behind the scenes to bring you more information. Formal press conferences will soon follow and we will be taking questions from the media. Thank you."
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