posted on May, 27 2004 @ 11:59 PM
My life wouldn't change I don't suspect.
I have a question for Preest though. Since its hard to deny the existence of UFOs when there are continual good UFO sightings and reports being made,
but if no "ultimate revelation" is forthcoming during our lifetimes, why then would we change our opinions? Its been nearly 60 years since the
Kenneth Arnold sighting that blew this open in the public, so why should we expect things to change? People will continue to see weird things,
sometimes photographing or videotaping them, and report on them. The wild speculation will continue.
Are you saying something like what if UFO disclosure came and it was revealed to be nothing but advanced man-made vehicles, or are you saying there
will be no disclosure? Because there is a lot of good evidence that weird things do buzz around this planet from time to time. (for instance the
recent Mexico UFO video, The Disclosure Project witness testimony, government documented events like the 1980 Rendlesham Forest and 1965 Edwards AFB
So really I have to answer this question two ways.
If some disclosure happens and UFOs are revealed to be nothing more than advanced human vehicles, I will be slightly disappointed, but relieved to
finally know what it is that I have seen.
If there is no revelation coming, then I won't change my mind at all and will continue to think something is being covered up. I don't expect
death to give me any revelations as I'm very unsure about there being anything regarding truth about spirituality either. Most likely I'll die like
everybody else who has lived, ignorant of the reason I have seen a couple of weird things fly around my general vicinity. No biggie.
Now it could be that UFOs are some mass hallucination as we are told from time to time. If that is the case, then I have been a victim of some very
good sober hallucinations.
[Edited on 28-5-2004 by heelstone]