posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 01:38 PM
IMO the legitimate orbs are where it's at as far as ufos are concerned. For years I dismissed what seem to be the "nutters" and contactees, but over
the course of time--and as I came accept to the IDH
as the most logical starting
place for the phenomena--I began to look at these type of folk in a different light.
The true-believers, especially those who have intense personalities that foster a deep focus on the phenomena, seem able at times to "manifest" or
call these sky mysteries.
I believe they can't always control it and this seems to encourage some of them to sometimes fabricate 'evidence' in an attempt to convince others of
what they wholeheartedly believe.
It seems to me that whatever some of these folk are experiencing, it's the same phenomena captured on film by Dorothy Izatt. Whom, it might be noted,
gained the seeming respect of Dr. Hynek as well as a sincere and lasting friendship.
I haven't personally seen a more convincing presentation that a film wasn't faked or explainable than the expert opinions proffered about her
Here's an ATS thread about Dorothy if you haven't seen it:
Capturing the Light, The Story Of Dorothy Izatt
As "crazy" as they might or might not be, and whether they hoaxed some of them or not, I'm revisiting a lot of the cases that I dismissed as total
hoaxes before, Meier, Menger, Adamski and a host of others like them to see if they might have been on to something after all.
Not that I'm taking any of them at face value, but rather that I think there are answers to be found in a select few of them or those like
edit on 18-12-2010 by The GUT because: fixy