Hey Mr. Mask!
Awesome job of making it rhyme and music-i-fying the info! :-)
I confess I had to half-close the lap top as I am not into video games - it was cringey-distracting for me. And I appreciate you considering my
delicate sensibilities for a minimum of bleeping. ;-) Seriously. I do appreciate that. My Mom, who is now in the Great Beyond, used to say "There
are so many amazing and detailed words in the English language you can use to express yourself - profanity is just lazy..." - I tend to have that
drilled into my soul!
As to the content - very nice introduction to Vallee - it encouraged me to go do some reading, as I was aware of him and knew who he was, but wasn't
entirely clear on his personal understandings of the data he collected.
I am obviously a nobody in the researcher category, but I do have some personal thoughts to share re: the ET Hypothesis as a general "throw it in the
ring and see what happens" way of learning. Obviously I don't know what answers are correct, so this isn't a manifesto or statement of "Fact!" as
much as interpretation and statement of the facts that I am aware of, put as concisely as I can...Here goes:
I. There are many documented instances of "high strangeness" around UFO and abduction phenomena.
This includes the appearing/disappearing UFOs, beings walking through walls, paralysis, voices, strange visual phenomena, strange photographic
phenomena, etc., etc., etc.
a. Some of this could be due to advanced technology
b. Some of this could be due to nefarious human activity using psyop tech for the purpose of:
1. generating fear and loathing for all things ET to further a false flag agenda & create the ultimate "other"
2. having an excuse to do really illegal and horrible testing on humans and blaming it on "aliens"
3. testing out new technology we have either discovered or back-engineered
4. ? reasons unknown
c. Phenomena other than "ET" is being mistaken for "ET" - i.e. other paranormal or spiritual "stuff"
II. UFOs do exist - I know because I know - it is within my personal experience - and yes, it did something weird
III. Other documented incidents of strange phenomena not related to UFOs or "aliens," do occur (you may disagree on this, which is fine, but it is
part of the logic of the argument). Some of the documentation may not be very scientific, but its out there. These include issues of "consciousness"
such as psychic phenomena (telepathy, telekinesis, prognostication, etc.), spooky stuff (a technical term ;-), "angels" - beings that appear and save
people, spiritual experiences, the fey folk, etc.
Theory: Some UFO phenomena may very well be ET using advanced technology, OR there is the possibility of time-travellers too, however, or a
combination of both. Some of what is interpreted as "UFO" phenomena may be of an entirely different nature and related more to other paranormal or
spiritual phenomena (not beings from another physical world, in other words), or nature.
I see no reason for it to be ultimately one or the other - ET alone or paranormal phenomena alone. AND some of the ET tech may seem very paranormal
to us if we don't know how it works. In my own very limited personal experience of both types of phenomena - UFO & "paranormal weirdness," I would
say they are two very different things indeed. And there is always the potential human element mucking things up with our own unique brand of evil
intent - or whatever it may be.
As to the biology of the "ET's" being human-like - that doesn't bother me so much. There are theories that could explain this. Perhaps it is not that
they are like us, but that we are like them? So this isn't something that strikes me as a conclusive point against this phenomena being ET, but more
interestingly points to very long term historical relationships with this possible ET phenomena, or to theories of panspermia, or possibly even a
'blueprint' woven into the nature of life itself that we have yet to fully unlock (i.e. something in the way DNA happens universally when higher
intelligence combined with physical dexterity comes into being - for example, dolphins may be right up there with us on the intelligence side of
things, but they are not 'creators' of things, which is the whole physical dexterity part).
SO - there you have it. Sorry for the long-windedness. Thank you for making me think so I could pull those random thought-wisps together.
One final point - everything at this time is theory for those of us who are holding a candle up to the vastness of the universe and trying to find our
place in it - perhaps someone has hit the nail on the head or knows a great deal more than we have access to - but for now, I will hold my candle up,
and should it get blown out, I'll find another spark to light my mind with possibilities...until then...
peace to you,
edit on 19-6-2013 by AboveBoard because: format won't do "outlines" so I edited, hopefully, for clarity...we'll see...