posted on Apr, 19 2008 @ 12:17 PM
Yes, the UFO subject does have exposure, but for many, not in the way that it deserves.
Many people are still labeled as oddballs or ridiculed in other manners. Unless you've actually experienced something, like I have, then you've not
really left yourself with many options.
Do you keep quiet on the matter? Do you sit back and let others provide the proof that a lot of people scream out for? Or do you join in with others
and happily ridicule those who've had experiences. We may all have seen some videos or photos of stuff that is 100% genuine, but would we recognise
it to be so? Are you prepared to believe it to be real if a major global figure stood up and claimed it to be real? Is that what it would take?
No doubt there is a very large amount of data regarding the subject yet it is still a field of study that is no taken seriously enough or is being
kept from being studied properly. It has fallen onto many to use their own finances and personal time to try to make sense of all that has and is
It's the same for the ghost hunters. Loads of experiences, loads of evidence, yet it boils down to groups of people using personal resources to do
Day in and day out we are presented with evidence (real or not) and it has been left up to those who believe or want to believe to sift through that
evidence and piece it all together.
From small acorns do big oaks grow. Such is the way of things and I feel it to be a bit of a shame that such studies are not given as much priority as
we give to warmongering or other dubious human actions.
ATS is about the search for the truth. I'm here for that. Whether or not I find the truth in my life time is another thing, but at least I've
contributed towards something I believe in and believe is very real.