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originally posted by: nOraKat
a reply to: StratosFear
It depends on which ET.
Supposedly there are many species visiting.
I suspect some are appalled by the behavior of some of the humans, on the other hand some seem to be collaborating with the gov't who do not seem to be the most ethical bunch.
I suspect you will know for sure in your lifetime but I can be wrong.
Preparing to make the movie Steven Spielberg did his homework. To ensure the film was as accurate as possible to the reported cases of UFO sightings, Spielberg hired Dr J Allen Hynek – an astronomer who had been hired by the US Air Force to examine the growing number of the UFO sightings in the late 40’s. Dr Hynek is also known to have served as a scientific advisor to the infamous Blue Book group of UFO investigators created by the US government in order to determine whether or not the UFOs posed a threat to the security of the United States. His role was to examine the truly inexplicable cases and try to find an explanation to them. But the more cases he looked at, the more Hynek’s position changed from firm skeptic to a believer in the unexplained. In Project Blue Book’s seventeen-year history, he oversaw the investigation of over 12,000 reported sightings from all over the United States.
Is it possible that Dr Allen Hynek gave Steven Spielberg an insight into actual events that took place in 1964 in New Mexico where alien craft landed in the desert? And that a team of 12 human officers boarded the ship and took off on a trip to a distant alien world? If you look carefully at the boarding scene you can actually count the number of astronauts going into the ship. The number is 12.