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Socrates, the Greek philosopher, is quoted:

"True knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing."

The brain of a dog has absolutely no concept of what a chair is, what a car is, what a cloud is in the sky, etc., there are things that the human brain has absolutely no concept of.

I would not dare be so naive or so set in my beliefs based on my limited human perspective to speculate on the existence or non-existence of any kind of being that may exist in a vastly undetectable spectrum of what we can call our reality. See visible spectrum chart below:

So it stands to reason that it may very well be possible that at different frequencies atoms vibrate at different rates and perhaps out there in the billions of solar systems in our galaxy alone there may be beings we are just unable to comprehend.

Many humans still can't comprehend that their elected officials are killing other human beings for profit all over the Globe. So from those peoples' perspective, people who do see that reality, I'm sure they must look and sound like freaks.

I have a dream that one day people wake up and see we've ALL been crazy to believe the illusions we've been conditioned into. Unless you can speak from personal experience, any belief you have has been planted in your mind by someone else. Personally, I found that realization quite difficult to deal with at first, but that's exactly how you should feel as you then truly begin to know yourself.

Don't waste precious time condemning the beliefs of others. Instead figure out what your strong beliefs are, express them in a positive and respectful way and lead by example.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin