Hello Mr. Hayakawa!
With great interest I followed your investigations especially regarding "Dulce". As far as I can see, you have invested a lot of time and ressources
in researching this mystery. Having listened to the video you linked above, I feel sorry for you, that your efforts didn't meet a final satisfying
answer, what's the truth behind the UFO-phenomenon.
Your thougths about the relativeness of reality are very interesting and correspond with my thoughts about reality (I think,
in general and especially Watzlawicks' "Constructivism" are
useful keywords in this context). Maybe you're right when you say, that we're going to face the final (and possibly only "real" reality) when we
I think, what you expressed in your video is what many (including myself) researchers in the field of ufology feel - a big frustration, because after
all these years of investigations and efforts of countless researchers we're still not able to lift the curtain and see what's behind it.
Maybe - if we could - we would (as in "the wizard of Oz") indeed find a little (hu-)man, dressed in a green robe, and he (sorry) would laugh his
butt off, because he confused us for so many years by building up the illusion, that there's something extraterrestrial up in the skies, when in fact
it was just a great lightshow to camouflage military experiments or operations.
But who knows...
That's it - we still do not know, and maybe we'll know just then, when we finally leave this crazy world behind us.
But please - don't regret anything! Because I bet your life has been and still is much more exciting than that of the average joe, isn't it?
Keep your "sense of wonder" (was it the great Ray Bradbury who created this term?), because you'll never know (until finally). In fact that's what
I'm trying to do. And while I wander alongside the grim gray walls of "reality", my heart is easy, because I know, the ultimate truth may hide
right behind the next corner. And I'm sure finally I'll know it all - when I pass the last corner.
Then I'll watch behind the curtain, and deep inside I feel - I'll smile...
Best wishes from Germany,
[edit on 14/5/10 by Peloquin]