Copyright Deborah S. Kauflin, Ph.D.
Greys are highly intelligent extraterrestrials. They are cunning, thoughtful, planners who know how to look at a situation and see all sides. In fact, the Greys never put all of their eggs in one basket, so to speak. They investigate every species and learn what makes them tick. Greys are master manipulators who look out for their own best interest. Because of that, expect that they will always be working every angle to preserve themselves.
Psychics complain that the Greys are stingy with information. Unlike some other entities, the Greys often remain silent when asked questions. I can tell you from my own psychic work that Greys hate giving their thoughts away. Instead, they sell knowledge. They do so because they understand that knowledge is valuable.
If you understand the thoughts of any entity, you can figure out its weakness. Yet I do not think the Greys are concerned about this. They are so far advanced from us that we do not have the psychic ability, psychokinetic skills, or technology to harm them. Still, they remain mostly quiet about themselves as a strategic move. Some say they share so little because they do not want to interfere with our evolution. However, by abducting humans, they are more than interfering. You cannot say that they are taking a hands off position. It is just the opposite. So that excuse is bogus. From doing psychic work and talking to people in government, it is cleat that if you want information from the Greys, you must give them something.
This demonstrates that these creatures are not dumb. They play a long game and know how to manipulate all sides. If you are dealing with Greys, then understand that they are also dealing with someone else. In other words, they are not on your side exclusively. If it benefits them, then they will be on your side for a short time. When others are more beneficial to them, they will be on their side. They do not view this as being deceptive. It is practical, nothing more.
It is said that they have a hive mind. Greys share thoughts with each other. They do it instantly and effortlessly. If you are interacting with a Grey, this ET is gathering information from you to share with the others. The word share comes up a lot with these creatures. This is a key aspect of their culture for themselves.
They are also very protective when they want to be. The Greys will fiercely defend something if it is important to them. Even other very powerful ET’s will not intentionally provoke the Greys. When it comes down to it, remember that Greys are very self-interested. If they are protecting something, it is because it has value to them.
If you speak to anyone who knows something about the Greys, that person will tell you that they do not share information outside of their species without some benefit to themselves. They are clever and secretive. Though they have a hive mind, there is some individualistic nature to them. It is like the individuals act like detectors to gather information, much like our senses do for us.
They will take all information they can get but are very stingy and give little in return. Though some abductees do seem to get gifts from these ET’s, we do not know the motivation for this. It could be a simple experiment to see how humans use those gifts. On the other hand, it could be another type of Grey who gives gifts. Notice that very, very few abductees get gifts. Too many have their lives ruined by contact. Since it is so difficult to get information from these creatures, we are left to speculate as to their motivations. As a retired criminal profiler, I always look at behavior. Behavior reflects personality. And the behavior of the Greys is concerning. There are too many questions left unanswered, and information mainly goes one way.
What we do know is that any information that came from a Grey had a price. Those in the know will say that these things have an agenda. What that agenda is, we do not know. All we can say for sure is that so much secrecy surrounds ET’s. They leave breadcrumbs for us to follow, but too often, the trail grows cold and leaves us with even more questions.
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