BabyEsme2203 wrote:Twilight<3 wrote:Seeker-Mar wrote:This scene made my stomach hurt. Not only did the Souls force the humans they were occuping to have sex with each other (rape) they then kidnapped their biological child, who will never know it's real parents.
How could Aliens who do this kind of thing be right?
Well, the humans aren't exactly "there" anymore. Only their bodies remain, so it's not actually rape. And seeing as the bodies now belong to the souls, they are the biological parents. The "real" parents (ie the humans) don't exist anymore. You are looking at this in a very warped sense of light.
i agree with that, you really are looking this in a twisted way.....i LOVED that scene it was sooooooooo sweet.
Morals are so subjective, and with the aliens in the picture, it’s hard to really see what’s right and what’s wrong. From a human’s point of view, it may be “wrong” and from an alien, “right.”
When the Souls became aware that these human hosts were just as sentient as they were. They should have stopped and sought peaceful means of coexistence. Wanderer realized this at the end.
I think the souls are oblivious to the fact that in creating a better world they destroyed one. A little hypocritical.
Has anybody considered a notion that maybe souls were affected by human hosts more than any one of them knew; esp. those of resistant humans? Humans are so complicated, so I wonder, if the properties of the hosts altered the way the souls reacted to events/circumstances, making their behaviour increasingly resemble human - thus such a cold and calculating determination to eliminate every single uninvaded person remaining... being driven by a goal is a very human characteristic. This sort of simbiosis cannot be just one sided, i.e. souls having total control of the body and the body having no control in reverse. Melanie and Wanderer were a perfect example... Maybe souls' minds had become 'invaded' by humans even without them realising it, i.e. they had become more cruel, selfish, emotional and attached to things they saw important?
soleyezon wrote:life stops, no, it changes, the underlying element of life, is life itself, which flows eternal, into water, and new forms. that is life, that is creation, it is how creation is progressive, because without it it would be created(life), which is also. creation continues because of the nature of death of change. the perception of destruction, is a term that is a tool, used to better our lives to allow the values of creation to be superimposed over elements we wish to evolve. therfor destruction is creation's evolution, the choice is individual placement. letting go of past negative values, harmful values, the 'harmful' itself, is the true use of destruction. i dont want to get biblical here. - - + .. competition, betterment, doubt.
why the harsh tones today? because i tire of lies. lies lies lies. self imposed lies. responsiblity. i enjoy jokes, humour and such, but tire of lies, and yet reality is a lie, im waiting for my paradox backlash. or quiet.
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