posted on Aug, 14 2009 @ 02:22 AM
To be honest, I was a believer of UFO's but had not experienced the phenomena, until recently.
I had lived in the country for a lot of my young life, and experienced a lot of things with regard to the unexplained, and, unfortunately, these did
not include UFO's, even though we went out into the night regularly, fishing, camping, and in those days as a child playing and so on. But as I grew,
I also grew with regards to my view point in the world, and what I was taught, I stopped really looking at the sky, until I started to really learn
about the truth of life, which I had started at a young age, but have only really come to investigate within the last 15 years.
Well, this weekend, I saw my fist group of UFO's. I am somewhat cynical about what I see, as I am ex military, and have seen fist hand what can be
mistaken as a "UFO", but was in fact a military aircraft of one kind or another. After many hrs of watching the sky and seeing satellites and
watching them, I know what they look like as well.
But, what I thought, rather amazingly I saw UFO groups, in the two nights in a row on the weekend.
I wont go into detail, as that is not what I am writing about, but as I got home from work today, I finally sat down and was flicking through the
channels on foxtel and a thought just popped into my head.
Now lets think of the everyday person here. The everyday person is more concerned with (this is my thoughts only), the day to day experience. I really
feel this as I had experienced this. In your days, when you were looking only at yourselves, did you really think to take note of what is happening in
the sky's. How often did or does the average Joe just sit out and look at the sky for no reason. Especially in the city (which we all know, you can
not see the sky clearly due to light pollution).
With this in mind, does it not really surprise anyone that the ET and UFO "experience" is questioned. I mean I know there are other factors, but
what if this is one of those really big ones, if you think about it it makes sense, not only is religion and science involved, but no one "SEE'S"
the sky any more!
[edit on 14-8-2009 by The_Seeker]