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Originally posted by Scramjet76
Some have speculated that UFOs have other-wordly origins and thus our 1st detonation of the A-bomb attracted their curiousity.
I first became exposed to this idea when I read Keyhoe's 1950 classic “The Flying Saucers Are Real.” This passage is referenced on page 135 of the book.
Such a civilization might observe that on Earth we now have atomic bombs and are fast developing rockets. In view of the past history of mankind, they should be alarmed. We should, therefore, expect at this time above all to behold such visitations.
Since the acts of mankind most easily observed from a distance are A-bomb explosions we should expect some relation to obtain between the time of A-bomb explosions, the time at which the space ships are seen, and the time required for such ships to arrive from and return to home-base.
At the end of the war, the Japanese stated that they did not send planes over the area at the time of this alert, although submarine-launched aircraft were subsequently used over Seattle. A careful study of the evidence suggests that meteorological balloons—known to have been released over Los Angeles —may well have caused the initial alarm. This theory is supported by the fact that anti-aircraft artillery units were officially criticized for having wasted ammunition on targets which moved too slowly to have been airplanes. After the firing started, careful observation was difficult because of drifting smoke from shell bursts. The acting commander of the anti-aircraft artillery brigade in the area testified that he had first been convinced that he had seen fifteen planes in the air, but had quickly decided that he was seeing smoke. Competent correspondents like Ernie Pyle and Bill Henry witnessed the shooting and wrote that they were never able to make out an airplane.
looks like you have taken a bunch of unrelated...tried to tie them together with a Ufological narrative.
... even unsubstantiated events
within a short 10 year span immediately after WW II - A significant shift in technological power and innovation.
The Second World War was the largest war in human history so its no surprise there was a compete technolgical revolution in the aftermath.
Originally posted by Rock Steady
I'll be totally honest, if I hadn’t seen a UFO for myself I would dismiss basically everything on this site as a joke. [...] In a way I wish I had never seen the dam UFO and I could stop looking for the answer.
Originally posted by Vonour
... Aliens .. Are us .. we are Aliens.. . If you meet an alien .. you see A future Human.. or version ..of what man has become...
..Peace .. and Love.. through out space time...
First I want to make clear that this thread isn't just about ancient anomalies, but anomalies that support the ancient alien theory. I've reached a personal conclusion that Aliens were here long ago, and these visitations were misinterpreted as Gods coming from the heavens.
Now that we have a better grip on science, and we understand this Universe a bit better, it's possible to look back at what our ancestors have left for us, and re-analyze things, to question what mainstream history would have us believe. This isn't a wondrous and fantastical concept, this is science. You can only come to grips with what all the evidence is ultimately suggesting, if you look into it with an unbiased attitude.
People don't want to admit they could be wrong. It isn't even a matter of question. A lot of people are saying a disclosure event is getting close...just ask yourself, how many people in this day and age would still consider them to be the Gods which promised to return in so many beliefs? How many would welcome them as Alien visitors, or reject them? And what happens when they tell us about our true origins?