- Created: Tuesday, 07 May 2013 21:54
- Written by Super User
- Hits: 754
Nearly every year, because of my involvement in LTIA (www.ltia.org) I get to visit an embassy in Washington, D.C. & listen to an ambassador tell about his country. Always of great interest.
I realize that I, too, am an ambassador. I should be telling people about my heavenly homeland, & doing so with great pride & excitement. Since I can say that this world is not my home, I guess you could give me the title of an Alien Ambassador. Hmmm . . .
Speaking of Alien Ambassador - the United Nations thinks we have a need for an Alien Ambassador. They are of putting one on staff. Right now the candidate for the far-out role is a 58 yr old Malaysian woman named Mazlan Othman (I wonder if the name will be hard for aliens to pronounce- that could be a problem). She believes that since we have discovered more planets alien life is more likely. (I guess the logic is that when we didn’t know about more planets, the aliens didn’t exist!?)
She already has a similar position. Unbeknownst to me she is already the head of the UN’s Office for Outer Space Affairs, (referred to by inside non-aliens as "Unoosa").
Prof. Richard Crowther, head of the UK delegation to the UN committee, admitted: '[Ms] Othman is absolutely the nearest thing we have to a "take me to your leader" person.’
This guy also pointed out that if aliens did arrive it might be like when Christopher Columbus discovered America, which "didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans."
This sounds like a lot of babble to me. Yet, the whole idea of organizing ourselves, focusing on the heavens, & being prepared in case someone (something) comes down against us has happened before. The Lord called that place & event: "Babel."
I have always believed that it would be more than appropriate to rename the UN to "Babel." Now I have precedent.
So . . . if I belong to another place, shouldn’t I be getting a phone call from the Alien Ambassador pretty soon? LOL - I’m just babbling.