Since January I have conducted my own research into claims of E.Ts. I started from scratch and worked my way up until the most recent occurrences.
What seemed to surprise me the most is the lack of actual evidence.
I asked myself the question: What evidence do we really have? A few videos, some photos and space crafts for all we know could be man-made. I
then came across a theory related by the Author Dan Brown.
The conspiracy is such that the well know Roswell incident was nothing more than advanced military technology which had crashed while testing. Since
the Government did not want they're military secrets broadcast to the world, They told the media that the remains of the crash was not material that
could be manufactured on earth.
Thence the UFO conspiracy started. What is not known to the public is that the military aerospace is twelve years advanced and now with UFOs and ETs
being widely accepted throughout the world it makes sense that when classified military technology is spotted it can simply be blamed on UFOs.
Ask yourself this: What kind of event would unite the people of earth? An invasion.
A threat made to the entire human race would be a great cause to unite nations. Once united and there is no alien attack. what then? All the
nations are stuck in a union with a single leader and no way out.
With the first video as a summary to this thread. I conclude that if you do your own research from scratch you will find major flaws in the UFO
conspiracy. As for my own opinion, I do believe that somewhere out in the universe there is advanced lifeforms, But I do not believe that any such
contact between our world and theirs had happened.
Could you name a few flaws please?
I understand where youre coming from on your side of the argument. Im still on the fence with this, but there is some good evidence that makes me
wonder. For example, there are many things in history that hint at the presence of UFO and ETs. How can you explain photos such as www.crystalinks.com... or www.isgp.eu...
Im sure youve seen these pics already.
Another interesting thing is the small planes that they found in mayan temples i believe? www.2atoms.com...
there are some pics of them.
Well in the show UFO hunters, they built a model of one of them and kept the same ratio of the wingspan and everything. I was trying to find a clip
on youtube or something but cant find one...
Anyway they built a model of one of the little gold ones, and it could fly very well. I don't think it was just by chance that the mayans or whoever
built them just for the fun of it. Whoever made them had to have had some knowledge of aerodynamics, or seen an advanced craft which they built a
Well, just trying to have a good discussion here, so what are your thoughts?
while i do belive a large portions of ufos are man made black project craft. i belive there are a significant amount that are not man made, the exact
nature of them is unknown as the name ufo implies. from what research iv done have concluded that sightings of ufos and there crews have been
happening far longer then any earthly civilaztion has had the abbility to craft them the records of them are easy to find and very numerous and in
some cases extremly detailed (the vimanas as example).
i do not adhere to the idea that every one of these records are "ancient science fiction" as many sceptics have proposed.
Perhaps 'flaws' was not the right word. Unanswered questions, alot of them, Is what I meant. I'm sure your familiar with Occam's razor. In this
case what would the simplest explanation be. Advanced beings who visit but keep they're presence hidden for apparently no reason, Or our Governments
trying to keep one another from knowing their latest advancements?
As for those golden planes. Its just like the
found in an ancient tomb. Could have simply got there by trade. Perhaps its even a child toy. There are too many possibilities to just assume
that its of alien make.
As a side note, I did look deeply into ancient aliens, Very fascinating but there always seems to be an explanation.
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