Aliens invaded Earth!

Aliens invaded Earth!

Article by James Minnie

Especially NASA, but also other governments are on the lookout for extraterrestrial beings from outer space trying to invade earth and many theories exist. My theory is that earth is already invaded by aliens without the human race knowing about it.

They are in their millions on earth. Up to now there is no concrete evidence that they exist anywhere else in the universe, although they have been into space. They walk, run, crawl, jump, swing, swim, fly… and they were part of mankind since earth’s creation. They are hot topics amongst evolutionists, archaeologists and called animals, reptiles, fish etc. The special aliens amongst them I am interested in are those we call pets.

Some people hate them and others can’t live without them. They manipulated human minds since early days and forcefully (from the human’s side) became companions and attached themselves to certain people. Strangely enough they favour certain humans more than others.

To emphasise this let’s look at some facts:

The most common of all aliens (called pets) are dogs, cats, fish and parrots. Almost in every household across earth you will find one or more of them. Then you get Monkeys, Hamsters, Mice, Rats, Lizards, Snakes, Spiders – to name a few.

Fortunately, most of them are friendly in nature and quite fond of humans. Some can even be jealous if other pets in the household get more attention as they are and it is known that some will protect their human partner with their life.

While investigating pets and their existence on earth I was wondering about if any are in space. I did a bit of sourcing and found some interesting facts. Animals were in space before humans. They were flown to investigate various biological processes and the effects microgravity and space flight might have on them. Five national space programs have flown animals into space: the United States, the Soviet Union, France, Japan and China. Albert II (a Rhesus Monkey) became the first monkey in space when launched by the U.S. on June 14, 1949.

Let’s be honest, they affect our life big way. They became part of our daily routine and rule us. The last thing we think about at night before going to bed or first when we wake up is – “Is the pet OK”. Even leaving home for an hour, day or holiday. Is the pet(s) looked after and who will take care of them when we are away? What is the first thing when you get back – “Is the pet(s) OK”. I am sure you will all agree by now how they manipulate us?

Is this a bad or good thing? My personal thinking is we do not have to worry or go into a panic state. In fact we should appreciate their existence and give them the gratitude they deserve. At Kapriz Enterprises we would like to do just that.

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