reply to post by Mr Mask
I think it is beyond obvious to anyone with half a brain, some logic, objectiveness, and a sense of realism that almost all
of the self
proclaimed "alien channelers", "walk-ins(alien souls in human bodies)" , "Indigo Children", "aliens disguised as humans", etc, etc are
obviously liars and scam artists.
The remaining one percent of cases (that you mention in your OP) may or may not have any facts in them, the
point is we just don't know with this very small portion of cases
. And without any type of verifiable proof we never will no for sure.
For the majority of reports though, yea they are scams or delusional people who really do believe what they say. A lot of it is unethical individuals
trying to make a quick buck or two off of the all too gullible portion of the "UFO Population". There are those that want to or have to believe for
whatever reason, regardless of the actual facts and ridiculous nature of many claims and stories. These are the people who see a youtube
of a light or two in the sky and are sure it is a fleet of hyperdimensional "beamships" from the Pleiades, or light and shadow on the Moon some
covert alien Moon base (not saying they don't exist but I am talking about the majority of photos that are obviously light/shadow). If you challenge
these people (the leaders or followers) with facts or even opinions you get attacked and scoffed at, this is nothing new.
I definitely wouldn't get all worked up about ANY of this though.
It isn't worth it, as stated earlier, the majority of individuals who live
in the real world know that the high majority of these stories and claims are total bunk. While it doesn't do any good at all
for ufology and
skews the field and those attempt to gain the real truth
behind this obviously real phenomena. The best way, in my opinion, to go about
propagating ufology in the right direction, move past the crap, and get the mainstream to recognize REAL ufology and not SCAM ufology is to focus on
getting the best cases and reports out to as many people as possible, but remain objective.
[color=lightblue] Always remember the ultimate goal should be to get the TRUTH, whatever that may be. Not waste time arguing over opinions and
videos/cases that have little or no evidence. The focus should be on getting the PROOF, nothing else, nothing less. Which means we do not concern
ourselves with any of the other nonsense, just stay focused, the scams will fade, they always do. Plus they are not fooling many people anyways, or at
least those that matter.
Cheer up, it isn't all that bad.
[edit on 11/17/2009 by jkrog08]