posted on Oct, 11 2010 @ 10:29 PM
reply to post by daluniverse
I'm curious (and I'm only singling you out because you posted a very excited thread a bit ago that I wasn't able to reply to, but this goes for
everyone who's giddy about tomorrow), what will change if nothing happens?
If you wake up the morning of the 13th, and there were no aliens, no hovering spaceships, nothing at all on the news, and no sign of any difference to
the world at all, what will you do? How will you feel?
Because I feel I've seen this sort of thing enough to make a guess. This isn't an attack against anyone's character, it's just a preemptive
expectation based on past experiences. My guess is that many people who were devoted to the idea of worldwide disclosure on this specific date will
find disclosure somehow, even if nobody else does. They'll find a couple of UFO accounts from the day and use it as evidence, then claim that the
"truth was covered up by the powers that be" for whatever reasons the powers that be do these things they do.
Basically, the people who are devoted to this specific disclosure date will try everything in order to maintain their opinion that it happens on
, even if it doesn't happen, or that something intervened and made it impossible to happen.
Never that it wasn't going to happen to begin with, though. Never that. That would require admission of being wrong, which is extremely rare within
the more die-hard fringe of the UFO community. Am I the only one who's noticed this?
I will be the first to scrape my knees across the gravel crawling to beg redemption if they just so happen to show up, but I'm not planning on buying
any kneepads for this disclosure prediction.
edit on 10/11/2010 by EsSeeEye because: I suck at dates.