posted on May, 23 2008 @ 11:57 AM
Some interesting points have been made on account of both the skeptics and believers. I can only assume that there is truth to both arguments and we
are all right to a degree. Let me make my view known on the disclosure issue before you read any further. I DO NOT think the government is going to
release ALL of the information they have. I DO feel that the recent and current happenings may be leading to a disclosure of some sort, whether it is
the fact that the government has alien technology from direct contact with ET's or simply acknowledging that there is something out there and they
are still gathering information. By no means do I think this "disclosure" will "Reveal All!" as some of you are inferring. I'm under the
impression that something has or will happen that the government and other figures of authority can no longer hide or will be unable to hide. In an
attempt to cover their mistakes, prepare us for something that may threaten our civilization or government, or (as dumb as it sounds) reconcile with a
public that may feel it has been lied to or cheated, or for whatever reason, they are releasing this information to prepare us for something. So to
I will agree that media and entertainment may be producing the material they are because it sells. I do not agree though, that money is the only
thing driving the production and release of these ET and UFO materials. The fact that many things supernatural are being covered is slightly
different than ET's and UFOs..
Supernatural happenings are different than those of ET and UFO's on several levels. I would say the most important aspect is that supernatural
happenings are more widely accepted among religious groups than ET's. Since religion has a pretty large influence on the way people view and
interpret media, it is of no surprise to me that supernatural shows and the like appear frequently on television. I really see very little increase
in the amount of coverage the supernatural gets, at least not in comparisn to the huge increase in documentaries and shows on Extra Terrestrials and
their means of travel. I won't completely write-off the significance of supernatural coverage though. I don't necessarily consider the media
occurances as big a factor in this whole "disclosure" case either. Instead I focus most of my attention on the recent release of information by
many governments, military, and the clarifications made by the Vatican.
We'll call these groups "bodies of authority".
If these bodies of authority were releasing information concerning the supernatural or any other alternative topic we often cover here on ATS, then I
wouldn't look into this whole UFO disclosure deal so critically. It's the simple fact that UFO's and ET's have been given so much attention by
these bodies of authority in such a short amount of time. (All within the last year or two) The fact that it has ONLY been UFO's and ET's and not
some other alternative topic. Forget the media, look at what governing bodies are saying! I won't hesitate to say that much of the media coverage
has stemmed directly from all of the information being released to the public by these bodies of authority. So media and entertainment coverage
aside.. How do you explain the event of several bodies of authority releasing information, clarifying, or accepting the existence of UFO's and E.Ts
within such a short amount of time?
These bodies of authority have had the opportunity to do this for hundreds of years. Ok I'll give you nay-sayers the benefit of the doubt and say at
the VERY LEAST 60 years. I say 60 years because Roswell was the first Extra Terrestrial event that was known or heard of by much of the general
public. So in these past 60 years, why did these bodies of authority not make these announcements already? Why all of the sudden?
Sorry for the lengthy post, I'm sure I'll be clarifying much of what I couldn't fit here.