I've read each and every reply posted since my last visit and am glad to see that the quality of discussion, even if it did get a little heated at
times, remained high.
Freedom of speech means we're all entitled to our individual opinions, no matter what they may be and irrespective as to how we reach them. (Backing
up that opinion with verifiable data, whilst trying to maintain informed and informative, is another matter entirely, however. This is because the
subject of UFOs, by its very nature, is succeptible to, and attracts, extremes of belief).
To anyone outside the field, and especially cynics and their cousins the skeptics, any interpretation made by someone within as to what UFOs and
aliens are, is open to justifiable criticism. Heck, if we
can't agree on it...
This is because there are so many differing scenarios as to who "they" are and why "they're" here, so many advocates of varying abilities who
promote these scenarios, and so much (albeit anecdotal) evidence of a dizzying variety of craft, species etc, that everything seems to add to the
puzzle as opposed to answer it. We must look like a bunch of headless chickens trying to sort it all out.
What we can comfort ourselves with is that, despite its eclectic nature, the subject of UFOs is a very real, ongoing phenomena, and nothing can change
Going by the information in some of the answers to my original post, and extrapolating a possible, and not unlikely, scenario, then there must be
literaly hundreds of thousands
if not millions
of people who have seen these things in our skies. Most may well have simply ignored
them. I think it's fair to say that generally, the average person in the street won't let anything interfere with their safe, controlable lives.
Yet despite the known sightings, and considering how much information we have at our disposal from them, none of us have managed to come up with the
definite explanation as to what UFOs are. Not one theory covers every facet of the phenomena. Like any good detective yarn, it has got more than its
fair shares of twists and turns.
As such, we're still learning, and therefore should be willing, and capable, of changing our minds. IMO, this applies to everyone who has an opinion
or conviction about UFOs; we all should be eager to accept, or at least consider, new convincing and supportable evidence when it is presented no
matter what, because you never know; there could be a needle in that haystack.
The worrying thing is that if, by some bizzare chance, we actualy have the answer to the UFO question already in our hands, then we will have a real
job finding it as it is hopelessly lost in the self made, chaotic miasma of unintentional, and sometimes deliberate, confusion that we find ourselves
And also somewhere in there is the answer to my problem.
I can't tell you how pleased and, I have to admit, covetous I was to hear of all of your sightings and experiences. Did hearing of them, and the
plethora of superb advice I have been given help toward answering that question in any way?
That's easy; yes
But, it's also compounded the issue.
I have realised that what I initialy thought was a simple subject (as far as visitors from outer space, or wherever, can be), has now expanded into
something totally unexpected.
From your answers, I think
I've gained an insight into an issue that I was absolutely not expecting.
I was always of the opinion that UFOs and their occupants were different to us by a measure of evolution/creation and distance; they're not human,
and they came from a long way away. This estimation, in retrospect, was moulded by my cultural upbringing and interests.
Now, because of the posts on this thread, the idea that UFOs are part of a phenomena that is far
bigger does not sit so uncomfortably. Though I
have heard of this before, for me beginning to acknowledge it as a possible reality is almost a revelation.
I have begun to understand the vibrational/frequency theory, though it hurts to do so! But, to fully accept this quite radical theory, I have had to
also accept that aliens are not as physical as first thought. And as I do, I also have to alter my preconceptions as to their possible origin.
Is it such a leap of faith to imagine aliens come from an indefinable "elsewhere", as opposed to another star system?
And if it helps to see them by utilising a change in the body's frequency so to allow an attitudinal change, whether this occurs through emotional or
physical trauma, meditation or other means, then surely this means we are dealing with beings or entities who may well have transcended the material?
Beings that are so far evolved that they can communicate with us, and include us in events, via modes that we would consider paranormal? (BTW, I am
elluding directly to "higher light beings" and such, even though this concept may well have been hijacked by alien-based, psuedo
Many of those who have replied here have stated that they feel they are being watched after they see a UFO, or that they were chosen to see them. Some
have welcomed this attention, but others have said it is totally unwanted. Those who have been abducted feel they have been violated, whilst others
have had almost enjoyable
All of these reactions describe something very personal; as if the aliens know of them, understand them, but ultimately ignore any protestations and
continue to do as they wish.
This brings to mind the many warnings you have posted as to the inherent dangers involved when dealing with extraterrestials, warnings that I will
But it also makes me realise that I have to change myself
, allow a personal amendation to facilitate contact and thus solve my problem.
As I cannot simply look up and see "them", this is the road I will take.
I will also prepare myself technologically (as funds allow) to help in the process, IR cameras etc.
Thank you one an all for your help in this. The subject is far from closed for me and I feel the journey will be long...but at least I've taken the