Thanks for posting this Mudra. I find Alfred Webre's belief that Greys are intelligent copper-based plant
lifeforms fascinating as it 'explains' why their behaviour seems so 'alien' to us. It fits in with them having such simple little bodies too. Seeing them thus fits with his broader concept also --- that there is a universal pattern to life in our Universe which is representative of what's already here on our planet. He's right. All the different ET types humans say they've experienced eg bird, insect, reptilian, feline, etc are represented on our planet. 'As above so below'.
The whole concept he presents unifies Universal patterns of creation and makes us already a part of this Universal family than we've known ourselves to be. We have them all here already on our planet in our known reality, albeit in less evolved forms than those 'visiting' us from elsewhere. All the more reason to get to know them better and respect them more.
Theorizing one step further, given that creation comes from thought energy, knowing that many people unconciously
fear 'other than human' lifeforms, from moths to snakes to insects to birds, it stands to reason to me that those unconscious fears could be manifested as ET beings come to 'haunt' us. Horror movies have been made exploiting such fears eg about the insect world suddenly growing and rising up against us for instance. Then there's that classic old Alfred Hitchcock Movie 'The Birds'.
Beyond that, the women have brilliant stories to tell about all they've learned as well. All in all, a great listen.