posted on Jun, 1 2008 @ 08:59 PM
I too have a problem (but not with people like Dorothy Izaat who waited until she was over 80 yrs. of age to accept an offer to have a docu. made of
her material) with anyone who's trying to profit from his or hers photo's or movies of Ufo's or "aliens" ... or whatever..
And I'm speaking as someone who has her own visual material and sure, I've shown some of it here in this forum in the past but only because I wanted
to share and get some insights from others on it. Afterall, where else can someone go to to show stuff like this on an anonymous basis to get some
fair and balanced insights on whatever one is showing to help put things into perspective because afterall, when one gets such images showing up in
their photo's or movies, one needs such input just to keep grounded... regardless if some of that feedback is completely negative.
But the bottom line is, for the person who gets such anomalous information in their photo's and movies, the last thing one is thinking about when
they get it is how it's going to "make them famous"... lol. And one reason why is because getting such images has such a profound effect on one's
personal world view where most of the times it's so mind boggling where all one is doing is trying to wrap their mind around it in order to fit it
into some kind of paradigm that they can comfortably live with and so on... in short, it's an intensely personal thing... the sharing part is only to
get some insights to help buffer the shock of getting it in the first place and then wanting some outside feedback on it and nothing more.
So when I see people out there seeking publicity like what's going on in this case, I would need to talk to that person on a one to one basis just to
get some idea where they are coming from -- especially if they are publicly giving out their real name. This to me sends out red flags... big time.
[edit on 1-6-2008 by wang_ke_~]