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why is it socially acceptable to believe in a god? when theres absolutely no proof of his/her existence...but when it comes to flying saucers, there are thousands of photos,and thousands of people who say they have seen aliens,yet that is not socially acceptable,why?
Originally posted by kerazeesicko
Hallucinations in the sane
Also there the insane people who see things. Since no photos exist of said creatures...the logical conclusion is either hallucinations, mentally ill or just plain making them up.edit on 13-9-2011 by kerazeesicko because: (no reason given)
hi and thanx very much for the link.these creature encounters are fascinating to me and i do believe they are seen in a wide variety all over the world,"which is purposefully eliminated from the mainstream media and society"...why? and even if they are not seeing these things, why do they think they do? or what or whom is making them think they do? which in itself is a weird mystery that is also "ignored and brushed aside by the mainstream media and society"...why?...these alien being encounters go way way back,long before roswell...
Originally posted by Sensitive Driving
Albert Rosales' sightings reports interest me greatly as the humanoid factor is my main interest in this field. I believe this site has a more accurate and updated listing of his compilation: www.ufoinfo.com...
A lot of the sightings are very bizarre and make no sense at all. What fascinates me most is how often a lot of the stories, whether in different decades or countries, tend to have some kind of recurring theme. In any case, it makes for interesting reading.
The books he mentions too, The Humanoids edited by Charles Bowen and Passport to Magonia by Jacques Vallée are both excellent reads. In Passport to Magonia, Jacques Vallée parallels modern day encounters with fairies, dwarves, gnomes and other creatures of folklore.