UFO abductees report being plagued by with all sorts of paranormal manifestations following there UFO expierence. For instance: Objects moving by
themselves, ghostly footsteps, apparitions, doors opening and closing by themselvs, precognitive dreams, telepathy, telekinesis the list is
It cannot be denied that there is a connection between UFO encounters and psychic phenomena.
So here I have compiled a list of quotes of the top UFO researchers on what they had to say:
Lets take a look at some...
Arthur C. Clark was a British science fiction author and inventor, who held degrees in both mathematics and physics. He is famous for his short
stories and novels, among them "2001: A Space Odyssey". For many years, Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and Arthur C. Clarke were known as the "Big
Three" of science fiction. Clarke was and is arguably one of the most famous science fiction authors of all time. He said:
"One theory which can no longer be taken very seriously is that UFOs are interstellar spaceships."
- Arthur C. Clarke
I think it’s fair to say he probably made a chunk of change writing about aliens visiting earth, as fictional, but he also honestly didn't think
what we earthlings are currently experiencing actually was aliens from space either.
Secular author Preston Dennit began investigating UFOs and the paranormal in 1986 when he discovered that his family, friends and co-workers were
having dramatic unexplained encounters. Since then, he has interviewed hundreds of witnesses and investigated a wide variety of paranormal phenomena.
"It cannot be denied that there is a connection between UFO encounters and psychic phenomena… UFO abductees have reported being plagued with all
sorts of paranormal manifestations following their UFO experience.... objects moving by themselves, … ghostly footsteps, apparitions, doors opening
and closing by themselves, precognitive dreams, telepathy, telekinesis -- the list is endless... Many ufologists ignore this aspect of
ufology in an attempt to draw the subject out of the occult…They refuse to use all the evidence presented to make a theory which explains all
aspects of the reported phenomena. Instead they choose those aspects that would prove their theory, while ignoring the evidence that contradicts their
theory… UFOs will never be explained until the psychic aspect of UFOs is also explained."
Dr. Jacques Vallee, one of the pioneers of secular UFO researchers, worked partly with the U.S. government along with Project Blue Book's Hynek. You
might call Vallee and Hynek the founding fathers of scientific UFO study. Vallee is the author of 10 books on the scientific study UFOs, he helped
coin the phrase in the 1970's "the inter-dimensional hypothesis" to explain UFO activity.
You don't know you know him, but Vallee was the inspiration for the scientist character in Stephen Spielberg's movie Close Encounters of the Third
In a Conspire.com interview, Vallee expressed that he thought some external force was causing people what he called "induced hallucinations."
“…it’s quite possible that some of the stories that you get from people are essentially induced hallucinations in sincere witnesses – the
witnesses are not lying. They really have been exposed to something genuine..."
It's not that the UFO witnesses were lying (he said) but that only they saw something that wasn't really there, at least in the physical sense of a
nuts and bolt saucer.
John Keel, an influential journalist and ufologist, and the author of The Mothman Prophecies (the basis of the film by the same name) wrote
"The UFO manifestations seem to be, by and large, merely minor variations of the age-old demonological phenomenon." (John A. Keel, Operation Trojan
Horse pg. 299)
So what does this leave us with? do UFOs actually exist? In the mind of those in the film industry there is no doubt to this question. UFOs and aliens
exist on the big screen in films like: Prometheus, The X Files, Paul, Men in Black III, Startrek, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, to name a
few. Certainly, in the world of Science Fiction UFO's not only exist, but are here to stay.
But what about reality? Do UFOs really exist? The modern UFO era began in 1947 when a man by the name of Kenneth Arnold witnessed 9 disk shaped
objects flying at tremendous speeds over Washington. A reporter coined the phrase "Flying Saucer" and the phrase stuck. It appears that after Arnold's
sighting the flood gates opened and UFOs were appearing almost everywhere. And today, the sightings continue, as well as the interest in the
Throughout history strange objects and lights have appeared in the sky. The video 'UFOs: The Hidden Truth' makes these observations:
1500 years ago the ancient Egyptians recorded strange sights in the skies.
Both Greek and Roman literature have references to 'fiery shields' in the sky.
In the year 323 B.C. Alexander the great and his army were harassed by 2 unidentified flying objects. Most of the men fled, although some of the more
courageous ones stood their ground and tried to fight them and hit them with their bow and arrows.
In 1492, just hours before Christopher Columbus discovered land, it is recorded that he witnessed a bright flying object flying from the sky into the
water and then exiting to return to the sky again.
In addition to the historical record there is also the testimony of many seemingly reliable witnesses. For example:
Edmund Haley, of Haleys Comet fame, watched a light in the night sky that was so bright that it lit up the sky so brightly that he could even read a
text by it.
In WWII British aeroplanes flying over Germany encountered strange lights in the sky and thought that they were a new breed of enemy aircraft and
nicknamed them 'Foo Fighters'.
American presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagen have spoken of seeing UFOs.
And the list goes on: astronauts, radar specialists, policemen, FBI agents. Are we really to believe that all these people are actually liars? I don't
think that it is really fair to say that all of these people are lying. However, about 90 percent of the reported sightings can be explained without
seeing little green men around every corner. But we are still left with a percentage that remain as a mystery.
So, if they do exist, what exactly are they? Some, of course, are simply hoaxes, intentionally designed to deceive. Some are later identified as
natural phenomenon. Military aircraft is another explanation. There is mounting evidence that new generations of remarkable military aircraft have
been regularly misconceived as UFOs before the existence of their technology is officially confirmed. For example, reports of triangular UFOs in
Belgium between 1989 and 1991 are now widely believed to have been operations by American stealth jets. This would also be confirmed by the fact that
a lot of UFOs are sighted near secret military bases. However, there are a percentage which are simply unexplained
Many astronomers and physicists believe that UFOs and their occupants do not come from outer space. Extra-terrestrial believer's assume that alien
visitors can travel through space at the speed of light. But in more recent years many scientists and ufologists alike have recognised that there are
problems with this theory.
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