a reply to: Bybyots
Just a few thoughts and comments.
I was recently asked to write 2500 words about my own black triangle sighting
and my theory about it by a very famous UFO author. I did so, and it will be
available in September.
And you know what?
I still have more unanswered questions than answers. When this subject comes
up, I have to fight back raw, angry emotions, and trust me, I could be shot
and I wouldn't get a reaction like that. The whole event was so reality bending
I guess, that "overly mundane explanations" are so ludicrous.
Now as most of you know, i was a nuclear guy in the Navy. I know a lot about
science and technology. I worked at a classified prototype facility for 6
months. So I can appreciate the theory that we have some higher tech
stuff flying around in the sky. But there are always pro's and con's to
this view that just don't add up for me.
Now a lot of people say that the black triangle UFOs (BTUFOS) are being
'tested' over major population centers. Well, that really makes me shake
my head. When we tested nuclear reactors we didn't drive them to the
mall and see if they would blow up. (eye roll). One would think that
testing BTUFOS over dense population centers would break hundreds of
civilian and military laws.
But on the other hand, the one I saw did have 3 red lights (one on each
corner), which my friend who flies says means "do not approach",
which does seem rather "aircrafty".
On that note, I know very little about aircraft.. and in fact I can't
find enough interest in them to study them. I suppose I should.
From a technical standpoint, it seems reasonable to me that
there are fancy drones out there.. possibly some sort of blimp/
combo technology and god knows, maybe even some fancy
counter rotating ring/mercury/nazi design thing out there, but
I find that least likely.
But yah, one could make the technology argument.
But "my" BTUFO flew from horizon to horizon in 45 seconds
without exhaust or noise (I have no idea how fast that is),
and of course it changed shape 3 times and 'talked to me'.
That doesn't seem very "droney" or "blimpey" to me.. but
yah, I suppose active countermeasures and EM fields
affecting my brain COULD be an answer.
But those tech answers seem way more far fetched than
any 'strange explanation' I can think of. Especially since
Vallee says that the first sightings of BTUFOs were
supposedly several thousand years ago.
My own hand-drawing is here:
I guess on a final note, that there seems to be a significant
variety of BTUFO styles, so if Grummond or whatever was mass
producing them, that would make no sense at all.
This strikes to the heart of the UFO condundrum.. how can there
be thousands (millions) of different types of them, and you are
expecting me to believe that they are military or alien?
That variety would tend to support the bloated imagination,
EM fields affecting the mind, or the Plasma Lifeform theories
more than anything...
of course any sufficiently advanced technology cannot be
distinguished from magic.. (Clark's Law).
Heck. I just don't know.