As entertaining as some of these new shows can be, the 'Entertainment' factor does seem to suffocate whatever nuggets of potentially fascinating
material that may be lurking within on occasion.
It's fascinating how much more genuinely informative and 'adult' UFO documentaries were in the 20th century compared to the 21st. The 'dumbing-down'
arguably increased with each passing decade.
I recommend visiting our own Isaac Koi's YouTube Channel for a collection of the
best examples throughout the years, dating back to the 1950s and onwards.
PS: What is remarkable is how little the mystery has moved on in 70 years; in other words, the older documentaries remain as relevant today as at the
time of their production. And could still hold important clues to help us in the current climate.
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From the website, " Nick and Sarah look at ancient evidence of human contact with aliens. South America's most perplexing military encounter, and Paul
and Kawa track down an eyewitness, and the unexpected presence of NASA." I will be watching......
originally posted by: data5091
is anyone else watching this show besides me?
Don't worry, I'll be catching up soon, data. Real life events took precedence the past few weeks, but I seem to be settling and focusing again, so
'Contact' may be just the tonic for some relaxing, distracting entertainment.
I don't expect any earth-shattering revelations, of course, but these shows can be like irresistible UFO fast-food, lol.
I can somewhat see why you feel that way, but I think that is just one aspect. I think part of the team is just looking for ties to possible alien
visits with human contact from a long time back, but I don't think that will be the whole focus. Will see.
I have seen the first three episodes. Unidentified is pretty dull compared to Contact. The threat narrative is here too but as I see Contact is
pushing heavily the grey alien theory. Interesting. And as always: a lot of cia, intelligence guys. In ep 3 the grey alien (mayan artwork?) was really
interesting but is it a legit mayan statue?
Thoroughly enjoyed the 3rd episode. Extremely interesting, and entertaining. The overall theme I would say was Chilean ufo's and any ties to
volcanoes. The first segment was of the two team members who went into a cave outside a small city in Mexico where they found many interesting
pictographs on the cave walls. Some of the statues they looked at which resembled some cave drawings were interesting.
The next segment took place in Chile, and it was an interview with two highly credible in my opinion, sighters. The on man described being woke up at
2:00am by incredible light, then seeing a ufo which hovered over the lake for a time before taking off, and supposedly with possibly 2 billion gallons
of water. The witness said after the ufo took off the water level in the lake dropped. Another witness in another lake in Chile saw something that was
very much like first sighting.
Chile has had many many high profile sightings for a long period of time. The other team members pulled up one very interesting ufo video, that I have
never seen anything like before, myself anyway. The ufo moves to the left and hovers near the volcano, before moving to the right of the screen in the
blink of an eye. Incredible.
They also talked to some Chilean officials about a particular sighting that was talked about in last week's episode. The was the plume incident with a
ufo in the sky. This was the video where this Chilean committee who looks into ufo's came to the conclusion that this ufo was "not terrestrial."
Yeah, i agree, last nights was Interesting. The jade 'alien looking' artefact was quite a turn, they really need those looking into more. I understand
they couldnt be verified as genuine or their background is a little questionable but id look into those further.
The lakes draining is probably geological, the ufo connection, although theyve been spotted very local and above the lake, i think is a little thin.
The major did say hed witnessed a craft taking water but.... A whole lake?? .... Nasa's interest will be nothing nefarious, theyre just looking
further into whats goin on there, i dont believe they think its 'aliens' or thats why theyre there.
that was my take on the missing water from the lake after ufo seen as well. I knew with volcanoes in the area, chances were probably good, the reason
was geological. But appreciate the ufo's and all of their interests in volcanoes as well. Earthquakes and volcanoes and military weaponry, are very
tempting to ufo's....it has my interest.
What i find Interesting is the reports of UFOs in that area as a whole. A lot of ancient south american cultures had belief in 'sky gods' and things
alike, if these sightings now are even just a portion of what they experienced, to cause that belief, then what the hell was goin on then and what are
Some of the best reports do come from these areas and are recorded through history, almost as folklore, youve got to wonder how much the ancients
knew. Are their beliefs based on poor interpretation of mundane events or was their interaction with these beings/visitors far more than we
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