A theory that has many followers states that Earth is an experimental reserve or farm owned by aliens who control the development of humanity.
But who are the real masters of the Earth? And what are their plans for Homo Sapiens?
Charles Fort (1874 – 1932) was an American writer and journalist, collector of stories about strange and unexplained events. He admits that there are many signs that humans are under the tutelage of other, much more powerful beings.
In The Book of the Damned, published in 1919, Fort wrote:
“I think we are somebody’s property, … we belong to somebody. At a time when Earth was not yet owned, representatives of other worlds were exploring and colonizing it, even fighting for it among themselves. Now she is someone’s property.”
What exactly does the writer mean? According to Fort, supernatural phenomena show that we still know relatively little about the world around us, and some cases, for example, encounters with strange creatures and machines, suggest that there is another intelligent race living on Earth in addition to humans.
These “some” do not come into direct contact with Homo sapiens, considering the existence of our species a “necessary evil”. Why?
“Suppose we can civilize geese, pigs, cattle, etc. Shall we then establish diplomatic relations with the chickens, who are proud of their heritage?”
Simply put, the aliens or some of the real “masters of the Earth” are carrying out their plan on “our planet” without caring about the people who sometimes see them. However, the most interesting thing is that Fort did not know the terms “UFO” or “flying saucer”, since unidentified flying objects only began to be talked about ten years after his death.
However, based on the information gathered, he comes to the conclusion that there are forces at work on our Earth for which we are not “partners”, but something like pests or guinea pigs.
A supporter of Fort’s theory and its successor, albeit in a slightly modified form, is the former Spanish Jesuit Salvador Fraicedo (1923), who is an extremely colorful and controversial personality. Born into a religious family, he, like his brother and sister, decided to devote his life to serving God.
While serving in Latin America, he encountered enormous social inequalities and pathologies in the bosom of the Church, and because of his criticisms he was sent to Venezuela.
After leaving the order, in the 1970s, Fraicedo began to pursue his second passion – UFOs and supernatural phenomena, about which he collected a lot of information.
In his most famous book, Human Farm. The Invisible Masters of the Earth”, published in 1988, he claimed:
“Both extraterrestrials and creatures from parallel realities, standing on the ladder of evolution above man, see Earth as a field for experimentation and obtaining all kinds of benefits. Our world is like a big city. For example, there is a sky where birds fly. Then there are rooftops where cats roam. Below are streets where people, dogs, etc. are next to each other.
When we consider them as different levels of existence, we find that there is a vast world of pipes and wells that also have their inhabitants. Sometimes creatures move from one level to another, but it is difficult for a rat to understand why a person descends into a well. Likewise, a man is as surprised as this rat when he meets earthlings of a ‘higher order’.”
What do these creatures want from us? According to Fraicedo, they have very different goals and approaches to man. It seems to some that a great sociological project called “humanity” is being carried out on Earth, in which They direct the development of Homo Sapiens and are responsible for the creation of religions, which the former Jesuit calls “opium for men”.
“Aliens created religions for humans to control our thinking. Special people have been used for this for thousands of years – prophets, founders of great religions. Each of the religions seems to have a specific purpose, although we don’t know what it is in its overall design. This is most likely due to the mental, social and emotional mood that each one creates.”
The purpose of these “manipulations” is not entirely clear, although perhaps, using the principle of “divide and conquer”, the true masters of the Earth make sure that Homo Sapiens does not reach a higher level of development and does not disrupt their plans, which can be linked, for example, to the colonization of the Blue Planet.
“Earth is a farm. It’s kind of like a rationally run animal farm. This is the brutal truth and nothing will change. It is difficult for the animals to rebel against the breeders because they are smarter and can predict their behavior.
And because the farm is managed smartly, the animals are fed ideologies to prevent them from rebelling. But that is not enough. It is necessary to invent such a set of moral values that people, according to them, will be constantly occupied with conflicts and struggles among themselves.
The views of Fort and Fraicedo sound like science fiction, but it should be known that the hypothesis that humanity is a “colony” monitored or controlled by an extraterrestrial intelligence has also been accepted by scientists.
One of them is the American astronomer John Ball, who in the 1970s, in search of a solution to the Fermi Paradox, came to the conclusion that extraterrestrials may consider the Earth a large reserve and watch us.
“It is possible that extraterrestrial civilizations are interested in us. Their scientists can study us. Perhaps we even seem curious to them … Therefore, aliens can quietly observe us, but not interfere. This is the zoo hypothesis.”
Another approach to the question of the “supervisors of humanity” is taken by the supporters of the hypothesis, which sees the universe as a supertask of a computer simulation created by beings from a parallel universe.
The discussion on this topic was revived a few years ago by the physicist Silas Bean, who argued that there is a hypothetical possibility to determine whether we are inhabitants of someone’s computer, although this is currently beyond our technical capabilities.
Many comments also evoke the opinions of analysts from Merrill Lynch, according to which the chances of living in a simulation are 20-50%.
Prof. Hans Moravec, futurologist and one of the creators of the mentioned hypothesis, writes:
“A simulated world inhabited by self-sufficient beings—it can exist as a computer program silently processing data in some dark corner, revealing no information about the pains and joys, successes and disappointments of the person inside.
In a simulation, events occur according to the program’s stated logic, which defines the laws of physics that prevail there. An inhabitant of a simulation, through careful experimentation and deduction, may come to the conclusion of what some of these laws are, but never know of the existence of the simulation itself.”
Who could be the creators of space simulators and what are their people for? Are they responsible for the mystery of the “anthropic principle,” which says that fundamental physical constants are “tuned” to allow life to exist in the form we know?
But nothing definite can be said about the cosmic demiurs – the programmer gods who developed our reality.
According to scientists, these could be beings from a parallel universe or, as the philosopher Nick Buström admits, our descendants from a very distant future, who, possessing computers with enormous computing power, could create a simulation of the lives of their ancestors, starting their history again as part of an experiment the scale of which is difficult to understand, but not for those beings who have been developing computer technology for several thousand years.
Are we really owned by someone else in one form or another? And is a Project in which we play a marginal role really being implemented?
Unfortunately, there are no concrete answers and it is quite difficult to say whether the search for “leaders” is not an attempt to find the elusive “God”, only under a different mask and under a different name…