According to Tracey Kennedy, who is a member of a pro-E.T. organization called Unarius, sci-fi author H.G. Wells based his War Of The Worlds novel on his past life in Lemuria, a large continent in the Pacific Ocean that supposedly sunk 150,000 years ago.
Problem is, Wells memory failed him because it was Earth that attacked Mars, not the other way around.
Kennedy says the average Earthling has lived hundreds of past lives on other planets including Mars and gets sent to this planet when they screw up so they can work out their problems.
But because Wells suffered a past life memory lapse, films and books like War Of The Worlds give a false impression that Martians are ugly evil critters when in reality, theyre distant relatives of Asian people who live peacefully in underground cities.
Its hard to combat the anti-alien publicity juggernaut behind War Of The Worlds but Kennedy promises people planning to see the film that We arent going to be attacked.
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