Read "Chariots of the Gods" by Erich Von Daniken. All he does is piece together very obvious things, and ask the questions we all should be wanting an answer to. Even before and after reading his book, I think the existence of E.T. life is not even is question. I witnessed a flying object, that defied all possible logic. I thought it was merely a plane until I payed more attention to it's shape, then watched it change direction up, down, left, right with speed and ease, then fly away at an impossible rate. I agree with you, what we consider Aliens are very real. The majority of people are just too bullheaded and think it's too outlandish or crazy to believe in beings apart from ourselves in an endless universe. I'll cross a lot of boundaries by saying this, but my theory is that we are a product of "alien" life. The religion thing, "angels", "aliens" are the same thing. In all religions everything supreme and powerful comes from the sky, and they all fly. Angels have "wings" meaning they fly. Why is it a natural instinct for humans to look to the sky when praying or in times of desperate need? The bible, whether you believe in it or not, is loaded with experiences with the Angels that are way too similar to UFO description. The biggest kick I get is when devoted religious persons laugh at the thought of ET life. They are devoting their lives to something they've never seen, yet they believe in it and "know" it exists, while there is so much solid proof of UFO's and ET's and they deny it. Don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking faith, I was raised in a christian home. This is just something that I have a lot of interest in and feel strongly about it. But there is just so much we were never intended to know.