posted on Jun, 22 2013 @ 04:19 AM
The more intelligent humans, as they age, they come to the same conclusion as the OP.
UFOlogy is a field of literary snake oil salesmen.
Guess what? I just graduated from UFO University, I'm an "expert" in the field of The Unknown!
That's right, I'm a UFO expert, who can tell me I'm not? Nobody that's who! Sell a book as an
expert, make money, find out my E.T.'s I made up are a little boring so I'll read a few fellow
hoaxer UFO books, collect their ideas, twist them a bit, but I'll mention them because you know
what? At the next UFO convention I can blow smoke up that guy's bum and say "Oh yeah...
the little short blue guys, like smurfs, right?" And the guy will play the same game back
"Uhm, yeah, their real alright, cha-ching, as real as the money in my bank account".
To those who are unaware, this is the Truth concerning 99% of UFOlogy, if there is 1 good
one, I would say it was Stanton, maybe someone else, but most are simply Whitley Streiber
types who can't sell their Sci-Fi, so they start calling it "real". I could go on and on, the
entire subject is shrouded in mystery for a reason, I know the true nature of 'paranormal'
UFOs, not the ones built by humans, it helps in knowing the B.S. from the truth but even
by not knowing anything about the true nature of paranormal UFOs the average citizen
could catch onto it, it's as authentic as shape-shifting reptilian out of focus horrible quality
pixelated videos on youtube, the cover for it that is, but there is a true 'secret' about paranormal
UFOs which seems to attract scum-bags across the universe to want to become UFOlogists,
the very very very few are pure in heart, and that heart is corrupted easily, it's because
of the nature of the subject itself.