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originally posted by: ConfusedBrit
A mind is a terrible thing to lose. I sincerely hope 'ole Kevin is feeling better these days.
“And the journey damn near killed me. Imagine it. Suddenly, your personality begins to change, you have premonitory dreams, you become suddenly smarter, more prescient, you can manifest stuff, you, apparently, healed your dog by touching him, etc. etc, and you have no idea why or what is happening to you!? The experience can, and has, triggered insanity and psychosis in some experiencers. I count myself lucky that I'm just (expletive) weird, but all of that pretext is just the scene-setter..."
originally posted by: KilgoreTrout
Continuing your broad sweep and placing that into the context of your own experiences, would you say that there a history of mental illness in your wife's family or are they just liars/BS artists? Your choice. One or the other.
..Well-known fans of visitation – for example Steven Greer, Richard Dolan, and Stephen Bassett.. are saying that "disclosure" is nigh. The federal government is finally going to come clean with solid evidence about alien UFOs.
At least some of the disclosure optimism derives from the revelation in 2017 of a secret $22 million government project, begun a decade earlier... The best-known results of this five-year effort were several videos taken by Navy pilots using their gun-sight infrared cameras. Some of these videos showed strange, elongated objects whose identity is uncertain....
To the UFO crowd, that sounds encouraging. But it doesn't make sense.
To believe the government has been keeping mum about the aliens since the 1940s – surely not an easy thing to do – requires asking why. What's the motivation? It's not credible that it's because of an official fear that the public would go berserk if they were told there are saucers in the skies. One-third of them believe this already, and most have remained berserk-free...
...does it really make sense to believe that the federal government could keep a secret of this magnitude during two generations of civil servants? Could the feds really twist the arms of all other nations to participate in such schemery?
...The real problem with the idea of disclosure is not whether or not the government has had a good reason, and an uncanny ability, to keep an alien presence quiet all these years. It's the faulty premise.
If extraterrestrial craft are really strafing the stratosphere... then why must we throw up our hands and claim "only the government can prove it's true"? What about the hundreds of thousands of amateur astronomers who avidly observe the sky on clear nights...? What of the many thousand commercial satellites that make high resolution photos of our planet all day long..?
One might argue that the military has better equipment. Of course it does, but if this phenomenon can only be proven with "better equipment," then that's not only a suspiciously convenient argument, it also degrades any claim that the countless saucer photos offered to the public for the past seven decades should be taken seriously.
Besides, does one really need military infrared cameras to find UFOs? Several of the Navy pilots who testified about encounters along the Atlantic seaboard in 2014 and 2015 said they observed these things "nearly every day." That sounds like an opportunity for any civilian with a good camera and a telephoto lens.
It's sad that the UFO crowd has come to this – seemingly giving up on proving their own case and hoping that the feds will do their work for them. Mainstream scientists don't wait for government agencies to prove their theories...yet UFO proponents are now saying that, deus ex machina, the government will soon book some network air time and fess up about the aliens.
Full Article Link : Why the government will not be disclosing secret information about alien visits
The Department of Defense, by definition, are designed to deal with threats, and it sounds like you believe they’re treating these craft as threats because that’s what they do. Do you personally view these craft as threats?
I can say a blanket statement that, yes, I do personally believe these are threats,. But there also are different layers of threats. There are threats to our aviation safety. There are threats to our military. There are threats to people that are having encounters with this — that deals with biological issues. There are threats because we don’t understand what the intentions are, when you’re dealing with something that’s just so much further ahead than you
There is nothing to disclose..if TTSA believe there is; it looks like we will have to wait for UnIdentified; Season 2! Seasons.....hah!