Hey Zazz! I only caught up with this latest addition to the TDL compilation on ATS.
If there is one very apparent note to make it is how little new stuff there is in the UFO field when we have about a dozen threads about him in recent
months!. He's been the only really big new story in town for a long time.
I've said this many times before. The golden age of UFOs definitely died as soon as the Cold War was over. Not long after satellites monitored every
inch of the earth with pin sharp precision, CCTV became more prevalent, mobile phones came with cameras and the internet allowed information to travel
across the globe in seconds. That golden age finally blinked out simultaneously with the Phoenix Lights some 20 years ago. Is there even one UFO case
in the 21st century that gets near the top 10 of quality cases?
No! Because it is a lot harder to convince [fool?] us now than it was back in the midsts of time. Communication is almost instant, science had
advanced and our technology allows us to monitor air traffic, space traffic, weather, astronomical data and much more in real time.
So why is it that Tom De Longe needs to spend endless sessions talking to various people in the higher echelons of the US military for clues as to
what the UFO phenomenon is all about? Why doesn't 15 minutes suffice with "Hey Tom you're an idiot for asking but they're from Betelgeuse and they
live under the sea where no man can really go".
Does he never get a straight answer? He certainly never gives us one.
George Knapp tried to nail it all down on a number of occasions by asking direct questions. But Tom could only ever give vague answers in the end. All
we got was ."Yes it was aliens, sort of, if you like but they are not all good..... and to the Greeks or the Romans they were gods and you need to
read up in the book". Apparently ancient people saw them? and thought they were gods So what happened? Are they are scared to show themselves these
It's 70 years since Arnold and Roswell and that 1947 UFO flap. But the crap goes on. The questions are simple. If 'they' exist then who are they?
Where are they from? What do they want?
I guess Tom will need another 20 years of meetings with military brass and we will never get specific answers no matter how much you read his books. I
think the hidden factor is that this all based on the model of another organisation that paints itself as a religion and may well be deeply involved
in the infiltration of the topic in both the military and the civilian side of things.
Mr Vallee says in his book 'Revelations' about a specific incident at the very end of the Cold War.
....Should we conclude that U.S. military... may have been compromised by one or more cults with extreme beliefs and with the willingness to
exploit the naiveté of the ufologists to further their own goals?
I think this has been the case for many a long year. There is not tangible evidence for extra-terrestrial visitation to this planet. But now with a
dearth of interesting contemporary UFO cases beyond your 'lights in the sky' variety then a new push is being made. Tom has become the messenger.