The skeptics on this thread are proving my point.
They are not open to the evidence.
Look at the way they describe the evidence on this thread and others. They say it's just blurry pictures and vague stories.
Anyone who has studied these things, knows that they are flat out lying.
The evidence and cases I have listed throughout this thread are more than just stories. They have been investigated by people like Harvard Professor
John Mack and Dr. J. Allen Hynek.
The evidence is solid and there's a lot of evidence. If you notice the skeptics have avoided the evidence that I have presented on this thread in
favor of making general, meaningless statements.
We use things like eyewitness testimony everyday in all walks of life, yet the skeptic tries to belittle eyewitness testimony as meaningless.
Eyewitness testimony is direct evidence.
Evidence that stands on its own to prove an alleged fact, such as testimony of a witness who says she saw a defendant pointing a gun at a victim
during a robbery. Direct proof of a fact, such as testimony by a witness about what that witness personally saw or heard or did.
Why do you think they have line ups at Police Stations? The eyewitness points out the person they "saw" commit the crime. If a person witnesses a
murder, and they are a credible witness this is great for the Prosecution.
They even use witnesses that are not credible like cellmates that the criminal might have confessed something to.
With Ufology you have credible witnesses. You have pilots, police officers, astronauts, high ranking government officials and more. You have witnesses
that have been investigated throughout the years and have passed several tests are are credible witnesses.
This is solid evidence that supports extraterrestrial and or extradimensional visitation.
The skeptics talk about Hypnosis. I have a degree in hypnosis and it works. A good hypnotist can retrieve information from the subconcious mind.
Police use Forensic Hypnosis which has an 80% success rate.
On July 25, 1976 three persons kidnapped 26 summer school children and their bus driver. You may have heard of the Chowchilla California
kidnapping case. The children and driver were forced into a buried cargo container while the kidnappers demanded ransom. Fortunately the children and
driver escaped from this would be grave and were reunited with their loved ones. Frank Edward Ray, the 55-year-old bus driver, underwent hypnosis to
refresh his memory of the kidnapping itself. While under hypnosis he was able to provide 5 of the 6 numbers on the license plate of the van used by
the kidnappers. All three were caught and sentenced to long term jail sentences for their crime. This sensational case documents the possibilities in
using hypnosis for memory recall. Other cases in which hypnosis was used to provide details include the Boston Strangler, Ted Bundy, Sam Sheppard (the
Fugitive) and thousands of “lesser” crimes.
Hypnotically refreshed memory comes from accessing long-term memories. Since we take time to process short term memory into long term memory it is
best to wait until several days after the incident. There does not appear to be a limit to the length of time a stored memory can be recalled. People
in hypnosis have successfully recalled specific and minute details of events that happened more than twenty or thirty years ago. The perpetrator of a
crime may lose conscious memory over time to the specific details leading police and others to doubt their claims of guilt. Hypnotically refreshed
recall could be used to discover discover if in fact the person knows those details that prove they were involved.
I just saw a case where a couple saw a guy go into a house for sale and the guy killed the real estate agent. The eyewitnesses couldn't remember the
guy with a lot of detail so they used forensic hypnosis and had a sketch drawn of the criminal during the session. They put the sketch on TV and it
led to the criminal.
See, we use tools like hypnosis and eyewitness testimony to investigate crimes but we can't use these same tools to investigate things like ufology
and the paranormal. It makes no sense.
Police use psychics and polygraph tests. If a husband's wife goes missing, the police will ask him to take a polygraph if he doesn't have an alibi.
All of these tools are used to search for the truth but when it comes to ufology, we can't use them? Give me a break.
If we can't use eyewitness accounts from pilots, police officers and more, trace evidence, abduction cases, pictures, videos, radar reports and more
as EVIDENCE, then what can we use?
The skeptic tries to belittle the evidence and they are flat out LYING about the evidence.
I have listed evidence on this thread and there are threads on this board and others with very solid, well researched and investigated evidence.
Again, anyone who tries to belittle the evidence and belittle the the tools we use in everyday life to investigate when we use them in ufology or the
paranormal, is not a freethinker searching for truth but a closed minded skeptic.
[edit on 2-2-2010 by Matrix Rising]