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Originally posted by Imtor
reply to post by CaptainBeno
Now do you see OP, how everything is not symbolism, consider it whatever you want, that's the truth. And it is - not symbolism, some could be, others is a CERTAIN NO.
Originally posted by ScientificUAPer
Originally posted by Unity_99
So intent on debunking what is there, and understood by even the Vatican, in its encyclopedia, just want to pull that box firmly over your head and live in a reduced dream.
'A reduced dream'?
Is this part of some new philosophy of self deception and ignorant bliss while ingesting shrooms liberally, or what is going on?
So today people mistake natural phenomena with ufos. Today people take mind altering drugs and have visions and consider them real. Today we have people that suffer mental illness. Today we know that our own normal brain chemistry can cause us to hallucinate. Today we know the difference between dreams and reality. Today we have all kinds of science fiction and fantasy literature including paintings and illustrations of aliens and ufos. Today we have hoaxers and con artists who will tell you anything to make a buck.
Originally posted by chawk610
Loving this thread... I have to say I agree with the OP on the paintings presented... but these latest ones clearly are something different.
Originally posted by ContractedMercenary
I think its hilarious how quick the OP put down those who have a serious interest in the ufo subject as if there crazy for assuming they exist/ were around in ancient times, yet your whole thread is based off a fictitious book about a long haired orator!edit on 14-2-2013 by ContractedMercenary because: (no reason given)edit on 14-2-2013 by ContractedMercenary because: (no reason given)
One often cited is
no, you do not know what these artists were thinking. unless you are a soul traveler or remote viewer.