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by Alexandra Holzer
Holidays for Humanoids?
Posted: 12:27 December 2, 2007
I am fairly new to the theories, beliefs, personal accounts, documented cases and so forth on the phenomena of flying saucers and other inhabited stars. But, just because I have not encountered my own moment with this subject, doesn't mean I do not wonder about it. One of the many times on that wondering list is do humanoids celebrate holidays?
Well it's a legitimate question if you were going to delve on the topic of an alien perhaps being part human and part extraterrestrial. Among other breeds I would suspect as we have a human race that is mixed in a melting pot, why not them? For instance, on the topic of spirits under the paranormal umbrella, we question as to how far away they really are. Are they superimposed on top of the world they once were born into or are they in fact, light years away? Can it be both or seem like both when someone is visited by a loved one from the other side? Of course, reading case after case helps bring about a better understanding on what may happen when we cross over. But, what does this have to do with those from another star: Maybe nothing or maybe everything?
On our planet, our earthy home is all we know since time began and living creatures land and sea evolved. No one has known any different other then those who explain that they were abducted. Then, they would experience something that many of us would not of and so, creates a whole new series of questions. Investigating life after death continues as we advance in technologies, but that still doesn't mean were going to have all the answers. I personally do not know if that's even possible in our lifetime. Although, if you believe in reincarnation, then if at will you would like to be sent back, try again at your hand of the why's and how's on the same subject. Maybe that time around, you'll get it right.
But, let's just say another species does exist and on many stars around our galaxy system and beyond even, they must feel something? If they breed and create colonies of themselves existing the way they know how, then do they have their own way of coming together at special points in their life cycle? Personally, to me they would be like any other living creature and so would have their own way of survival and family traits. The universe is so enormous that for myself to even begin to imagine it's just us, would seem a bit vain non?
For this month, check out the names for the moons as I find them oh so celestial and magical sounding.
Names for the December Moons include Cold Moon, Oak Moon, Wolf Moon, Moon of Long Nights, Long Night's Moon, Aerra Geola (Month Before Yule), Wintermonat (Winter Month), Heilagmanoth (Holy Month), Big Winter Moon, and Moon of Popping Trees.
Holidays go by dates, countries and religions. Maybe one day we will add galaxies to that list as well.
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