posted on Sep, 29 2006 @ 10:04 PM
Originally posted by loam
What should I know about the topic of UFOs?
by all means neccessary, please do not approach the subject matter fearfully. it seems peoples fears tend to dictate their judgment of the subject
matter. i would suggest earnestly finding your truth and seeing what logically can be adapted to your perception of your truth.
try to disregard some of the stuff that at face value seems like "malarky" aka "poo", however learn to read between the lines, and you will see
truth in all of it to a degree.
hope this helps.
Perhaps because things are slow...or perhaps because I have sufficiently marinated in the UFO vibe frequently produced by this website, I'm
sufficiently curious to ask a few questions....
Please understand that I am a skeptic in this area.
nothing wrong with being a skeptic, as long as you are a skeptic with an open mind. but please don't permit your mind to become so open your brains
fall out, joke. and also someone elses words, but i cant remember who said it at this particular moment.
Franky, I only really have a casual interest, and therefor a casual amount of knowledge, concerning the topic of UFOs. ...but that is not to say that
could not change...
well, there is alot of info on the subject, that is an understatement to say the least.
So, all you UFO experts, eliminate my ignorance on the matter and help me get started.
just follow along in the threads that interest you at first. if you have a question, don't be afraid to ask it, but try to use non abrasive words,
and ask kindly.
What do you believe are the most persuasive pieces of evidence I should be aware of on this general topic?
choose your field of research, look to the beginning of civilisations, and to the similarities in the ones that still exist. the physical proof may
very well already reside within you.
have fun with the subject matter. explore what possibilities may exist given what others believe, and your own truths.
i'm sure you will find there is some oddly familiar level of truth in it, or you would not have come this way.