I've always viewed the UFO phenomenon as a "threat"; however, the nature of threat is, at present, without conclusion. Whether the UFOs and related
phenomena pose a threat to our very physical well-being, or merely to our understanding of consciousness and/or reality remains to be seen. That being
said, I take immense issue with the supposition that the phenomenon has its origins in outer space; despite that being the predominant theory posited
in regards to the subject.
There are some serious flaws in the ET assumption. If we are to step away from the minutia of the details, a picture emerges. In order to address the
issue, we have to, for the sake of intellectual curiosity, assume a certain legitimacy to the reported experiences and encounters.
Firstly, whatever the alleged "visitors" are, certain things remain true, regardless of whether you believe in the objective reality of the subject or
not. If we accept that there *IS* some tangibility to the reported encounters, and I feel that there is, there are problems with it.
1) The phenomenon exhibits traits that are both physical and incorporeal.
"....do humanoids and UFOs alike bespeak a parallel 'reality' that for some reason manifests itself to some of us for very limited periods? But what
would this reality be?....Its appearance of operating outside the established laws of physics, and its peculiar preferences for certain
situations....exhibiting at times near-zero inertial mass yet able to leave physical traces of their presence, is surely a phenomena beyond the pale
of mid-twentieth century physics..."
- J. Allen Hynek
"The phenomena to be explained include not only strange flying devices
that are described as physical craft by the witnesses but also objects and
beings that exhibit the ability to appear and disappear very suddenly, to
change their apparent shapes in continuous fashion and to merge with other
physical objects. Such reports seem absurd in terms of ordinary physics
because they suggest a mastery of time and space that our own physical
research cannot duplicate today."
- J. Vallee
2) These reported entities are highly ambiguous in their demeanor and elusive in their objective. Are they running science experiments? Why, after
almost 70 years (the modern era), have these experiments continued unabated? No open communication has overtly occurred, yet, sightings of mysterious
aerial objects continue.
3) The phenomenon, and the entities engaged in it, almost universally, under a cloak of darkness. Very infrequently are there reports of daylight
abductions. Why? Is it because the mind is more susceptible to altered states of consciousness in the evening hours? If so, is someone, or something,
taking advantage of this human trait?
"Primitive conceptions concerning the warfare between the principles of Good and Evil were often based upon the alternations of day and night. During
the Middle Ages, the practices of black magic were confined to the nocturnal hours; and those who served the Spirit of Evil were called black
magicians, while those who served the Spirit of Good were called white magicians. Black and white were associated respectively with night and day, and
the endless conflict of light and shadow is alluded to many times in the mythologies of various people"
- Manly P. Hall
“The inspiration for the book came after a visitation from a spiritual being that materialized before me on two consecutive nights. Although I
crumpled into unconsciousness at the outset of each encounter and consciously remembered hearing only an initial word or two from the entity, I
awakened on the dawn after the second visit with the ideas for The Divine Fire bubbling in my brain.”
- Brad Steiger
4) The reported entities make predictions. Predictions, which ultimately fail to manifest. Why even bother?
The world is getting ready for something spectacular in 2012. According to researchers, the Federation of the Universe representing all the 88 star
constellations will officially visit earth in 2012 and reveal themselves. It will bring an end to all UFO cover-ups in various countries.
5) There is a parallel with "New Age" philosophy and Eastern Mysticism. Why would technologically advanced beings fly 8 trillion light years from
Polysorbate-60, to preach saucer-sermons about impersonal space-gurus, and basically regurgitate the same patchouli-scented bullchip one might get
from hanging out with Shirley MacLaine? Crystal healing? Channeling Ashtar? Seriously!?!?!?
"The Ashtar Command is a community of higher-dimensional star beings whose present service is to assist humanity and Mother Earth at this period of
spiritual transition into love and light."
6) There is a coincidence with other paranormal phenomena; UFO witnesses experiencing poltergeists, encountering strange, black-clad gibbering men,
“…after the Hills’ close encounter on a lonely New Hampshire road, they began to experience poltergeist phenomena in their home. Betty would
find her coats unaccountably dumped on the living room floor, even though she had left them in the closet. Clocks would stop and start mysteriously,
or their time settings would change. Water faucets [taps] would turn on when nobody was there, and electrical appliances would break down and then
work perfectly without repair. On a more prosaic level, Betty Hill also reported that after her UFO experience she was repeatedly followed, her
apartment was broken into, and her phone was tapped.”
- Richard Thompson
7) There is speculation, on some level, that the phenomenon is directly related to the animal mutilation problem. After decades of study, no smoking
scalpel has been presented to implicate government agency participation, nor have the alleged Satanic cults been caught, well, red-handed either. In
my own discussions with Ranchers, no way could the mutilations be the result of "Coyotes" or other common predation. One rancher I spoke with made
mention that, "If a coyote could do that, I might have to worry about them sumb_____s hotwiring my truck next".
"Investigators from Arkansas pointed out that they have examined 28 cases of cattle mutilations and it is their conclusion that all cases were the
work of intentional mutilators and not of predators. The examination of carcasses submitted by their investiagtors have been done by the Oklahoma
State University Forensic Lab."
8) The phenomenon has, over the years, taken a keen interest in nuclear technology, and weapons capability.
"...three missile maintenance technicians have agreed to speak to him on the condition of anonymity, revealing the military has kept UFO sightings
that occurred during the power outage under wraps.
The witnesses, he said, reported sightings of 'a large cigar-shaped object high above the missile field'.
There's no shortage of mystery to the phenomenon, and, at times, it appears both ominous and WHOLLY inexplicable. All that can be stated definitively
is we, ultimately, don't have a clue what's going on. And that, in itself, is threatening.
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