I think it's silly to believe aliens aren't real. The universe is so big, so vast, it'd be nuts if we were the only living creatures in all of existence. But what I've never understood is the scientists fascination with there needing to be water in order for their to be life. Just because WE need water here on Earth, doesn't mean these advanced life forms need water to survive. They could have evolved beyond the point of needing something as stupid as WATER to live. WATER? What is this, the 1400s?
So that takes me to my next point, what if aliens are real, but they live in other dimensions? We see things in our dimensions, the world in front of our eyes, but in theory there are alternate dimensions that we can't see.
Too Fab - Miley Cyrus had an out this world experience that left her shook.
During a chat with Rick Owens for "Interview" on Monday, the pop star, 27, opened up about her belief in alien life forms after claiming she experienced a run-in with some of them.
"I was driving through San Bernardino with my friend, and I got chased down by some sort of UFO," the "Midnight Sky" singer claimed. "I'm pretty sure about what I saw, but I'd also bought weed wax from a guy in a van in front of a taco shop, so it could have been the weed wax."
"But the best way to describe it is a flying snowplow," she continued. "It had this big plow in the front of it and was glowing yellow. I did see it flying, and my friend saw it, too. There were a couple of other cars on the road and they also stopped to look, so I think what I saw was real."
"I was shaken for, like, five days. It f--ked me up."
"I didn't feel threatened at all, actually, but I did see a being sitting in the front of the flying object. It looked at me and we made eye contact," she reported. "And I think that's what really shook me, looking into the eyes of something that I couldn’t quite wrap my head around."
Miley and Rick wrapped up their conversation by both agreeing that thinking "we’re the only things that could be in this vast universe" is a form of "narcissism."
100000%. What if when we take strong edibles or shrooms or ketamine, that's the real reality? When we allow our brains to see things that our eyes otherwise wouldn't see, that's the world the aliens live in. And it would make a lot of sense why the good drugs are banned, they government doesn't want us to see the aliens or know the secrets to the universe.
"The secrets to the universe, what do you mean?"
Let me take you back to Barstool HQ, pre-Covid. Someone doing a video brought in more THCream (ice cream edibles) than these eyes have ever seen. Gallons upon gallons of this ice cream sitting in the freezer. A few people around these parts had a few scoops and were high out of their minds for days. One coworker in particular had to stay home from work because it was so strong. In retrospect, they should have labeled this ice cream so people knew, oops.
So on a Friday afternoon, I had a train down to DC and decided a good way to kill time on the train would be to have some of the ice cream. A great friend and coworker, Adam Rone, warned me: It's strong, don't have too much, it'll fuck you up." He told me not to have more than 1 or 2 spoonfuls, anything else would be overkill. Now, I take Rone's word as gospel. He's a very smart guy. And he knows his way around the weed. So I had 2 spoonfuls of the ice cream, gave him a hug and kiss goodbye, and went back to my desk to get my luggage to be on my way to Penn Station.
Now, you might know what happens when you first take an edible…nothing. It takes time to kick in. Everyone knows this, but everyone is impatient and always wants to take justttt a little more, just incase you didn't take enough. So on my way out, I grabbed one more spoon of the ice cream. Maybe 2 more. Spoiler alert: Rone was right.
It's a 5 minute walk from HQ to Penn Station. About 1 minute into the walk my legs turned to jelly. I was like "nice, here we go". By the time I got into the train station, the world was spinning around me. By the time I got down the escalator to the platform, I was on another planet. Everything felt in slow motion. Like I was walking through quicksand. And all I was thinking in that 30 second walk which felt like 30 minutes was "get me onto this train because some shit is about to go down". And the thing is, it's not like this was my first time on edibles, but it had never been like THIS. Rone wasn't lying about that ice cream, it was next level.
When I got on the train, I sat on the window seat and then my brain took me to places I have never been before. I started seeing the inside of the universe and how it was created. I started seeing aliens and other lifeforms that I don't even know how to describe. Everything was inside out and upside down. I was learning the secrets of the beginning of universe that scientists could only dream of knowing. And the entire time I was like "I really wish I could write this down" but I couldn't figure out how to do that.
And the thing is, the more I talk to people about their experiences on shrooms/edibles/etc, the more I realize the only way to see our full scope of existence is to dabble. I'm not saying do it all the time, but it really does open your mind to see places and feel things you otherwise would go your entire life without seeing or feeling. But stay away from the hard stuff. Don't go down that road. Be like Miley though, buy some Weed Wax outside a taco stand and let the aliens come to you. And if it's ice cream, 2 spoons. Not 3.