I happened to be reading Louis Ginzberg's
"Legends of the Jews" and came across the following descriptions of
the inhabitants of other Earths. According to Jewish legend there are seven
earths". Below you will find descriptions from the text of three of the
"earths" which were created prior to this one:
"In the Ge, the
fourth earth, live the generation of the Tower of Babel and their descendants.
God banished them thither because the fourth earth is not far from Gehenna, and
therefore close to the flaming fire. The inhabitants of the Ge are skillful in
all arts, and accomplished in all departments of science and knowledge, and
their abode overflows with wealth. When an inhabitant of our earth visits them,
they give him the most precious thing in their possession, but then they lead
him to the Neshiah, the fifth earth, where he becomes oblivious of his origin
and his home.
[The Fifth Earth], The
Neshiah is inhabited by dwarfs without noses; they breathe through two holes
instead. They have no memory; once a thing has happened, they forget it
completely, whence their earth is called Neshiah, "forgetting." The
fourth and fifth earths are like the Arka [the third Earth]; they have trees,
but neither wheat nor any other of the seven species.
The sixth earth, the
Ziah, is inhabited by handsome men, who are the owners of abundant wealth, and
live in palatial residences, but they lack water, as the name of their
territory, Ziah, "drought," indicates. Hence vegetation is sparse
with them, and their tree culture meets with indifferent success. They hasten
to any water spring that is discovered, and sometimes they succeed in slipping
through it up to our earth, where they satisfy their sharp appetite for the
food eaten by the inhabitants of our earth. For the rest, they are men of
steadfast faith, more than any other class of mankind.
So ti seems that the "Greys" and the "Nordics /
Space Brothers" appeared in Jewish legend....
Or maybe some body read Ginzberg and fleshed out their stories
with "dwarfs with no noses" or "handsome men of steadfast
Then again the way the text reads
"Adam" traveled to these various worlds with no mention of a
"physical conveyance" and you will note that the inhabitants of Ziah
sometimes they "slip into" our world.