posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 01:10 PM
I suppose you are implying that the reason serious ufologists are leaving is because people are coming forward with their experiences, and thats just
ludicrous. Ufology rests on the backs of experiencers, as does the disclosures many of us have watched. The real situation is that TPTB sold out the
public and allowed large numbers to be used any which way our visitors deemed fit for technology, and that technology would be like the useless junk
they no longer need by the way. Real people sold out for useless trinkets. Real disclosure, along with ets coming forth in groups and explaining
what their interests are, what concerns they have for our planet, if there are any galactic political groups that are looking into matters and what
the recommendations are. These are things real people need to know and discuss and make decisions about. The decisions have been in the wrong
people's hands all along.
Reporting sitings seems ridiculous to someone who has too many sitings in a month to remember. Also, we who were sold out by the government
Surprisingly, the authorities are not seen in a good light by any abductee/contactees, and they are often forced to chose loyalty. For example, I'll
never know if the few times we saw the crafts being chased by helicopters in the evening, if it was something I wrote that led to that, or if they
were picked up on radar. So, no one is going to be getting anymore reports from me about our sightings. Being forced to chose loyalty is an issue
that is making me really mad. Along with those who think that the many people experiencing this phenomenum should have no voice to share their
experience. Because I know how many are affected, and the ones that are just waking up to things, I also know that making a visible presence of
experiencers online is crucial for those who need to understand. The approach of ridicule and censor is not helpful.