I have to admit to a totally irrational dislike of this kind of psuedo-spiritual-wannabe-proto-religious clap trap. Few things wind me up,
unfortunately this kind of wool-pulling is one of them. They are ruining the study of UFOs. In my opinion, this kind of society, and its accompanying
preachy hokum, are the first
kind that is pointed out when anyone wants to "prove" that all those even remotely interested in UFOs are just
When there are several
, serious minded, grounded, investigative organisations available on the internet, why for goodness's sake
be drawn in by this bunch of desperate attention seekers?
Rhetorical question, really; all these channelling groups supply is a focus for people who have deep seated needs, either religious or societal, that
they cannot fulfill in the real world. This organisation is acting as a religion; members feel safe spreading the "message" because it fits their
own paradigms, absorb every new "channeled" prophecy as a given truth because of the alleged extraterrestial sources, all without having to worry
about the lack of any real proof of the veracity of their supposed alien contacts because the channelers are looked upon as chosen ones.
So if these people are actually recieving messages from advanced/higher/spiritual beings, where are their real
clinchers? The sort of message
or information that would grab the world's attention, be provable and workable, thus assuring that everyone will listen to them in the future?
Anything will do; the methodology needed to build clean, free energy generators; the pointer towards how we might find the cure for as yet incurable
diseases; the mechanics of antigravity?
No, all we get are hazy predictions and get-out clauses.
And the mention of "Galactic Command"? Please don't tell me they're affiliated, or even a split-off group from the Ashtar
Oh, for pete's sake...