First, Ghost, it's hard right now to tell if the heightened increase in sightings is due to the fairly recent availability of video cameras, or if
this phenomenon is actually intensifying.
I would have to say (and hope) that with events such as the 1997 Pheonix lights, the Mexican airforce sightings, the Mexican "fleet" sightings and
similar large scale sightings, continued government stonewalling on the subject despite stronger and growing evidence on the subject, and just plain
old increase in reports of sightings, that the phenomenon is intensifying. I think the discovery of these NASA tapes may be part of a movement to
accelerate the exposure process on a large scale, but that part is a guess.
As far as our (or any) government preventing disclosure, it's going to be harder and harder to do every day, you're right. I just read that almost 4
million U.S. citizens claim to have been abducted. This is either an unprecedented en masse psychological disorder affecting almost 4 million people,
or there is something to this. When you have credible people coming out of our own government and military, and equally reputable people from other
governments and military sectors, private citizens, children of all ages, presidents, the list goes on, coming forward to claim that they were either
abducted, or have witnessed craft that they believe to their core was not of this earth, then that can't be ignored. I believe all of those people.
There was some open acknowledgment from the U.S. government earlier on with regard to this phenomenon. That's already known. You may have seen the
Project Blue Book misinformation and misdirection program...then everything went to black. Literally. After that, the subject was not only not denied,
it was just not acknowledged. If someone asked a question about it, the response was silence. The question didn't even exist as far as they were, and
It's hard to even mention things like this without someone using the word "conspiracy". That word has concluded inquiry for many before any real,
honest probing is begun. Period. It's dismissive. Area 51 = conspiracy. Chemtrails = conspiracy. It's amazing, but truly, if the government wanted
to run a program without attracting notice, do it in plain sight, then invoke the word conspiracy. That word seems to have a power beyond measure.
Beyond any misinformation campaign. It can deflate an argument before it's begun.
But I still question these things, despite being lumped in with the possibly misguided individuals who really pioneered the original "conspiracy
theories". Now that an unprecedented amount of information has been revealed through the Internet, its like shining a light in the darkest recesses
of our world and societies. And after all of the revelations I've had researching my government, country, and the strange world I live in, I can't
help but feel how alone those people were with the truths they may have been carrying and trying to bring to light to a society that vilified them.
The government may have coined the term conspiracy theory...
Sophis, here are two links to an in depth analysis of the NASA tapes (first NASA ufo analysis Part 1, then Part 2):
Here are more:
You can "Youtube" ufos, or "Google: Video" ufos, or there's www.ufocasebook.com, www.ufosnw.com, www.cnufos.com, www.uforeview.net,
www.ufoevidence.org, www.psitalk.com, and www.pagenews.info.
I would say SETI could search for probes, but I'm seeing a lot of ultraviolet and infrared video of objects that don't seem to be visible to the
naked eye. I'm not so sure that looking for a piece of metal is the right way to go about it. If you talk about propulsion and mass, you're talking
about using light and not matter for these objects...
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