Originally posted by pazcat
Well if there is an agenda it's pretty much next to useless.
It would of been going on since the 50's, what exactly has this achieved? Half the people have probably died from old age waiting for the"agenda" to
be unfurled. It is nothing new.
Frankly it is up to those who suggest there is to provide the evidence, a run of sci fi flicks is not the link, it wasn't last year or the year before
that or the decades before that. It's business as usual.
You, and most people, fail to understand that we are involved in a long-term, natural process of evolving from one very strict world view of the whole
Universe being created for our benefit alone to learning differently from the bits and pieces of scientific evidence hitting us every day and coupled
with new...get this...THOUGHT about how the Universe really is (or at least seems to be by our current perspective.
Your grandparents were initially introduced to UFOs back in the 1940, 50, and 60s. The basic argument is still unanswered, but it is becoming more and
more answered by developing scientific discoveries and discussions--We Are Not Alone! Whether you personally are a believer in ETs and UFOs or not
is not the point of it all. Regardless, you are very much aware of the new possibilities that MUST be considered...even if rejected as you reject an
educational conspiracy via popular movies. The "awareness" is the key factor. It has a bearing on the whole process.
In essence, the UFO myth is today a very inherent aspect of the world's mass culture! It is actually incredible if you stop to consider this gigantic
philosophical development that is, of course, under endless debate which is exactly the natural, expected and requireded vehicle to propel the process
The word "myth" is usually preceived as a false story about something. That is a wrong understanding of the term. A myth may be entirely false,
partially true or wholly true. Regardless, the promotion of a myth is a natural and safe way for a new concept to be internalized by the receiving
Check out the books or old TV series videos of Joseph Campbell. He was a scholar and very adept at explaining how myths were and are important to
moving the mind of humanity from one position to another, usually better, one. (His works were not at all related directly to how humans could be
conditioned to met ET/UFOs. It is the process itself, as I've used the word a couple of times already here, is "natural." Basically, it is simply
allowed to happen on its own accord, and that takes time. The more time the better to lessen the impact.
For a reality check, think about the views and knowledge, if any, your grandparents had about UFOs and the Universe in general versus your own at this
second. And then think ahead a few years to how you may be changing even more.
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