posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 05:20 AM
This was probably posted a long time ago,
but, as cheesy as the acting is in this movie (regardless, I still liked the acting because I like that style of well-lit, over the top acting, you
know, I didn't even think it was bad, but very appropriate. I didn't want the acting to be too complicated anyhow, because I wanted to pay
attention to the story.) may be it's a great movie IMVHO.
The ending is especially stellar, I don't want to spoil it.
But this movie just recently got my interest back up in UFOs and what they are exactly.
I searched around a while until I came across a poster who defined the phenomenon better than I think anyone ever has (to me anyway).
He describes the phenomenon as not being of this world (of course) but in the sense that it's really NOT of this world, not of this reality. That
they are rather extra-dimensional and take the form of whatever we want to believe they are.
This single poster put everything together for me in a light I hadn't quite been able to for some reason. The ability and nagging idea to put this
together in this way had always been there, but for some reason, at least in all recent memory, I hadn't done so.
It makes so much sense! Think about it, as he states, why with so many different mass sightings of UFOs do we always so many have people in the same
area reporting they saw ENTIRELY different objects?
These people don't know each other most likely, haven't ever spoken or even seen each other, and most definitely have not collaborated on any story.
Plus, if they collaborated on a story to complete a hoax, wouldn't they want their stories to sound similar?
I think this is some of the biggest proof something is going on. If you have multiple sightings from people, not just multiple but MANY, about
strange objects in the sky around the same time of an event such as Phoenix Lights (which is what Night Skies is about) then how can it possibly be a
hoax or fake?
Once again, if such people collaborated, they would have the SAME story!!!
You can't make much money, only confusion and disinformation, by having too many different angles to a "hoax".
I haven't ever seen a UFO that I'm aware of. Really, I haven't. Nothing particularly strange has happened to me in my sleep except for some (what
I call demonic) sleep paralysis.
So, just what are these things?
Demons in all my study, which I do believe exist, do not represent themselves so much physically as one would maybe think. Sure, you hear demon
stories, but how many have actually (who aren't hallucinating heavily) seen a physical manifestation of demonic activity other than an apparition or
I mean, if you want to delve into that very idea even further. Think about, all video evidence of ghosts/demons is all apparitions, vague,
transparent, nearly invisible.
Not one photo has ever had any sort of credit applied to it (especially before CGI) of a full figured, physical demon like that of a UFO (meaning a
UFO is completely figured, it's not transparent like a ghost)
So, my point here is, while I have easily explained away much of the UFO Phenomenon using the explanation of demonic activity (abductions are almost
ALWAYS the exact same as sleep paralysis with slightly differeing aspects from story to story, except for the highly delusional ones.)
People in sleeping/waking states can't be trusted, because we have vivid dreams about our very own rooms. Who knows how many times I've envisioned
my own room from the exact point of view that I'm sleeping to the
minute detail. I know this is just my brain, though, being aware of where I fell asleep.
Therefore, this explains why people SEE things when they wake up. Aliens, figures, whatever...
Because they're still asleep and they think they're awake, and then their brain just adds in a few creepy images
to their sleep state version of their room.
I know this to be the true explanation from experience, and I attribute it to the same thing every time I read an account of an abduction during
sleep. You people are just imagining it, I promise. Lights while lying in bed, aliens standing over your bed, all of it... you're asleep and you
didn't realize it.
Can't tell you how many times I thought I was awake when I realized later, I was, in fact... not.
If I wasn't more aware, I'd have thought I was awake.
And, in sleep/wake states you also hear Audio as though it's REALLY REALLY there. This, is simply, just your brain. I promise. I experience it.
However, I am NOT saying this activity isn't real. My whole point is everything about the UFO phenomenon and just about every account I've ever
read about it can be attributed to sleep paralysis and what I see as demonic activity.
EXCEPT ONE DIFFERENCE.
and this confuses the heck out of me!!!!
There are pictures of UFOs, there are those reports like I stated earlier of seeing SOMETHING physical.
Demons, demonic activity, in all my research and experience, doesn't really do this!!!!
This is what gets me, and has sparked my recent interest in the UFO phenomenon again.
By the way, please watch Night Skies for the spookiest ending ever. Don't be all critical of it, just enjoy it.
Also, Pandorum on a slightly unrelated topic is pretty freaky and gave me some nightmares.
It's pretty good, even though it flopped a bit in the box office.
(Please also give good recommendations for mostly unheard of Paranormal and Psychological horror movies