posted on Aug, 1 2015 @ 07:08 PM
So.. a few thoughts on this. First, people assume that they could fathom an alien agenda or mindset. I really, really doubt it. Even in our very
short history, we've changed our own ideology time and again on many important subjects. For an alien mind, not only may it work completely different
(creating different chemicals, and thus perhaps emotions or thoughts we can't even being to understand), but their agenda being some 10 or 100
thousand or a million years more advanced than our own, may well be completely unfathomable to us. I don't think we can even begin to understand
They may not care less if we actually see them. They may be exposing themselves on purpose, but in the way that they are, so it's not a sudden shock
to the planet. A gradual exposure to life outside our own world. Which has worked, has it not, if that was their plan? From "flying saucers" in the
past, until now.. where a poll will show that many people believe in UFOs and alien visitation and even abductions, but they are not all that alarmed
about it to be honest.
As far as lights go, they could be part of their propulsion and they can't help but have them visible. It could be sensors of some type. It could be
that they are trying to be noticed. It could be that they are just visibility lights.. and they, like us.. realize it's easier to see stuff flying
around if you have lights on them. Again though, alien mindset.. could be light years ahead of our own, and we can't even fathom or imagine their
Crashing UFOs I don't find that surprising. I still think the # is low, and most reported crashes are bunk, but if a ship uses say.. anything
pertaining to gravity or magnetism for its propulsion, flying around a planet versus in deep space might actually be a pretty tricky affair. Stanton
Friedman had a pretty good theory about the crash of Roswell, and what caused it, that is worth checking out.