...and I was only saying this myself 2 days ago to a good friend
I think, if there was ANY truth to UFO's aliens and the like, we would know more. Its pretty obvious really.
I've gone full circle on this now. I started a site, populated it, investigated the stories. My stance was a believer, but with each story I found
myself unconvincing myself each time. I hoped and believed something would happen, anything, in 2012. Nothing did. I quietly closed the site and
backed away slowly.
There will always be eager believers. They will churn through the mountains of evidence on the internet, forever reposting their "finds" on ATS.
forever arguing and fighting over things they know nothing about, regurgitating a line of text that they read under a youtube video, or quoting some
charlatan like Greer or Wilcock as if following a cult religion. 10 years later, they'll fall off the rollercoaster, battered and bruised mentally
with nothing to show for it.
I know people will hate this post. But i've been through the whole UFO machine and i've come out of the other side with nothing that convinces me to
their existence. I have however learned a stupid amount of things. none of which are alien related:
1. Humans can convince themselves that something is real. This is a very easy thing to do, especially if things in your life are not what you'd
ideally want them to be. A human can throw common sense out of the window and over-look plain straight fact in order to perpetuate their own
2. Humans like to lie. If someone feels a bit low, they will use a youtube channel to spread sensationalist information and fakery just to increase
their worth. The more likes, the more comments, good or bad and they feel better
3. Even when presented with flat out 100% fact evidence, humans will ignore this and carry on with their theory, presumably for the reasons mentioned
above. See case in point, Ancient Aliens, Von Danniken and Sitchin. All liars who bend truth and ignore evidence to make their story more
4. There is no hidden alien agenda. There will be no disclosure. It's just not going to happen, is it?
5. In the universe, a human is not even in the slightest bit important. Any importance we have assumed is purely self generated and perpetuated by
I could go on, but it's pointless. All I can say is, UFO theory is compelling, it's a fun ride. At the end of it though, you are left with nothing but
heart wrenching disappointment. I don't think that'll change in the next 20 years. Infact, i'm willing to bet money on it.
Note: There are still some events that I hold out hope for, The rendlesham incident and the phoenix lights. The rendlesham case becomes less
convincing as time goes on... this is all i'm left with, along with despair for a large portion of the human race, specifically due to their inability
to apply common sense. I don't want to enter into a debate about it. I've posted other replies on ATS over the years which provide a good account of
my frustration and despair. There is nothing else anyone can say that can sway me back now.
One particular thing i noticed recently: The Russian Meteorite.. look how many videos surfaced from multiple sources. There was no warning, yet we
have many many good quality videos. Now, lets look at EVERY ufo video, why are they never seen by the masses? there is simply no evidence. In any
other walk of life, the UFO theory would be cast aside as baseless. So there must be something else driving it.... depression and despair for the
regime we live our daily lives in. We CAN do something about that, yet people sit there doing nothing and waiting for a spaceship to arrive and save
the day. NO. just NO
I turn 40 in less than a week. I plan on enjoying things on face value rather than spending the rest of my days looking for something that isn't
there. What's the point in that?
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