It's not looking for the truth when you've already formed conclusions. You didn't decide Pleiadians are real based on real concrete evidence, you did it because you have an interest in the mysterious. I think there is a personality type that wants to learn, but they don't want to learn things people already know. We have 8 fascinating planets in our solar system, but there is a type of person who couldn't tell you a thing about them, but could tell you all about Nibiru. They've applied their desire to learn to a made up mysterious thing instead of reality, but they think they are the ones interested in the "truth."
What are you talking about? I appreciate your perspective, but I wouldnt say its accurate to my situation. The only person that has a concrete grasp on all this, is me. I understand you have your preconceived notions on all this, but like I said,your views on this are not the case, so don't act like you think you know me and my thought processes. And your comment "they dont want to learn things people already know" is garabge...get real dude, geez. These sweeping generalizations are kinda silly. And to my knowledge, I never once said any of what you mentioned is absolute fact. We both know I have no way of proving such things like pleiadians are real...but that doesn't mean these ideas are not worthy of pondering over.