posted on Jul, 24 2013 @ 11:40 PM
Originally posted by alienreality
Originally posted by rigel4
Originally posted by alienreality
I had a family friend who passed away a few years ago that was the Chief air traffic controller for Tucson International Airport, who watched a large
disked craft fly right down quick and landed right on the runway, (was a different airport) He watched it for over 20 minutes while it just sat
there.. His superiors on the phone in DC told him to just ignore it, that it would likely fly away soon, which it did do and shot away at an insane
We don't have zero mass propulsion yet, unless they have cracked that problem already. But this ship was definitely not man made..
They are here, that is science fact! My family friend is/was beyond reproach or doubt in the matter.
But it is always this way... "A sincere friend" his words only as proof,
which is no proof at all.
No pictures and no hard evidence.
It is all the proof necessary for ME to absolutely know as a fact that they are really here and still coming. You may reject this, but I already know
it as fact, not believe it is, but know it is.
edit on 24-7-2013 by alienreality because: add
If you read what you wrote, "His superiors...told him to just ignore it. It will probably fly away." If the PTB in DC thought this was a UFO,
they would have sent someone to investigate. It sounds more like a drone or some other experimental craft and the PTB knew what it was. The problem
with all these stories, Rendelsham is a great example, is even if a creditable person sees something like your family friend did, it is generally
impossible even for a sophisticated witness to even know what it is for certain. Without a thorough physical examination, how would he know its not
The truth really is that absent the aliens landing on the White House lawn and revealing themselves, there isn't any facts that prove there
existence. I have wanted to believe for so long. But, the more I read, the more I have realized, that while some of the sightings are unexplainable,
the jump to the conclusion that they must be alien is such a huge leap, it isn't creditable either. Rather, sightings go in one of three buckets,
hoaxes that can be exposed, incidents where the observer simply didn't understand what they were seeing that can be explained and the true UFO's,
incidents that can't be explained based on publicly available information. However, this last category are not automatically alien.
The Phoenix lights are a good example. Lots of people saw them. The U.S. government has not been very forthcoming with either an explanation or any
other comment regarding the situation. While unusual and to the best of my knowledge still no creditable match of the sighting to a secret aircraft
program has been made with respect to the Phoenix Lights. However, again, this does not make the Phoenix Lights alien in nature. It is a possible
explanation, but, not necessarily the correct one.
I am scouring for evidence virtually everyday. But, to date, I have been disappointed. Every time I think there is good evidence and I get excited,
something comes up that makes the alien explanation less likely. Rendelsham fascinated me. But, a recent TV interview of parties that came upon the
craft indicated they saw it, they touched it, they still don't know what it was. It could have been alien. It also could have been the U.S.
military screwing with everyone...The last explanation is probably the most plausible.