reply to post by whatukno
I truly understand where you're coming from and what you're feeling. I can only offer this...
For me, it's not about belief, it's about personal experience.
I've seen a white light above my head about the size of a football, shrink down to about the size of a small potato, then it moved slowly to the left
for about 6 inches and then it suddenly shot straight up into the darkness of the night sky.
I've seen other stuff too.
My advice to you is to stop trying to find other peoples evidence... go out there and get your own.
Join a local group or start a group up of like minded people that want to actively go out and try to see something.
As a group who share the same interest, it's not so much about getting the worlds most famous bit of photographic/video evidence.
It's more to do with having peace of mind. Knowing you're not mad and that your not deluding yourself into other peoples possible false beliefs.
Search through your local library for local UFO reports. Or try further afield. Try to find an area where there appears to be the possibility of
another sighting for yourself.
Do not forget, a UFO means Unidentified Flying Object. It does not mean Aliens. The point is that if you see something that is just so way out of
place and it leaves you wondering what the heck you've just seen, then you may be onto something.
There are a million and one possible reasons why they do not make contact with us on a public level. It does appear to be that they do make contact on
a private level though. For that I can only trust the words of others. Disbelieve who you like, I do.
If they believe it then that's good enough for me to let them keep on believng in hat happened to them as I know what I saw that night.. but no
matter how much I tell the story of what i saw does not and will not ever prove it or make a believer of anyone else.
Seek and ye shall find.