This being raped issue reminds me of my explorations into Sai Baba, an Indian man whose devotees believed was God.
I took that claim seriously enough to go all the way to India and check him out personally, although I was never a devotee. When I visited he was at the height of his considerable powers, and many extraordinary things did indeed occur.
If you're never seen other humans treat another like God, that much alone is really something to witness firsthand!
Long story short, things began to rapidly fall apart when allegations of sex abuse emerged, abuse to boys and young men.
I have no position on those sex abuse claims myself, although there did seem to be a lot of allegations once the lid came off. This led to a schism, predictably. What was most disturbing to me about that, was later hearing that some devotees, well-appointment foreigners with advanced educations who, until then we're also moral leaders, embodiments of right living, normal stuff like be kind, helpful - we can all relate to. More than one such person basically said, and flat out: 'Well if God wants to have sex with boys it is not our place to judge.' My how my view of them changed! They had surrendered their mental autonomy.
By this time I had lost interest in the mystery of Sai Baba's alleged divinity, having learned earlier from one of his former devotees that he had given three different birthdates for Jesus over the years, in his "Sacred" teachings, and a few for his own death, all of which were proved optimistically wrong in 2011.
Bottom line is this. I believe in top-down goodness and no good can come from a guru that rapes, as that is not of God. I reject such equivocation categorically.
The only justification I can think of for an alien doing the same is for scientific purposes, relating to species survival, as we do the same routinely with other species.
But to this by "raping" us? To not at least let the subject understand?? Sounds like a most egregious form of inhumane space age animal cruelty to this human.
I don't think I would ever allow myself to think of that as the start of a loving ET relationship, and while I wish Whitley well, and don't know how his own view on this evolved, the very idea reminds me of how those Sai Baba devotees adapted their moral codes in order to accommodate the idea of a possible child abusing "god" man.
Something to do with mind control or the surrendering thereof.
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 23-May-20 17:04 by Poster Boy.