posted on Aug, 1 2013 @ 07:02 PM
Huh???? and depending on the audience I am dealing with depends on the details i give about particular sightings. Like for instance,, on here,
there;'s a few sightings I will talk about and leave out a huge part of the actual sighting because, I have genuine reasons to. I might even give
some outlandish fact to throw people off the scent as I simply don;t want to discuss that with people as I have genuine reasons for not wanting to.
The mere fact that he says it was 10-20 miles away should warn you that he's simply avoiding talking about it in that particular company/ Why, i
don't know however, the fact they accepted it was 10-20 miles away should suggest a good reason.
We have a sighting with multiple witnesses and true to form, there's someone on here arguing semantics and acting like a school kid who's discovered
the teacher has quoted the wrong exam question. I don't really give a monkey's about the afters of the sighting, given the huge psychological
"trauma" these events often have on people, I'm always a tad wary of the afters. One has to be careful of magical thinking and the laws of big
numbers as these events are, in fact, the equivalent of the sort of events that created the likes of St Paul and Joan of Arc and the whole Mormon
Within weeks of this sighting, one was reported to me from a place not 5 miles from Pailton and yes, all I ever say about it on here is that. Two work
colleagues saw a "classic flying saucer" shape "floating silently not more than 50 feet/15 metres off the ground" over an old airstrip. Is that
the whole story?? No, not even really the most interesting part of what actually went on however, because of who it was, how it was told me, for the
time being, I have to hold back on the fine detail on a forum such as this. in different company I am happy to give the full details.
There lies one of the key weaknesses with this site. There are a good few of us on here, who could scare the living daylights out of a good few people
who think they know about UFOs and think they can explain them all prosaically. However, those who do pass on genuine information often know damn
well, that under current circumstances, it can never be circulated that widely. Be that as it may, many insiders feel they owe those who have a
genuine interest in the subject and are not on some prurient ego trip, an explanation of certain happenings. They also know full well, that
information will find its' way around certain circles. Now, had you been following the excellent thread authored by The GUT about the Aviary you'd
have some inkling of what goes on. The fact is both sides of the fence indulge in it and at times, there are those who deal with both genuine facts
and deliberate disinformation.
ATS Aliens is the equivalent of Weird# 101 beginners class. and the vast majority of the information on the Aliens side of this site conforms to that
level of understanding and interest. Not all. there are some very deep threads that do real ground breaking work however, when it comes to just "nuts
and bolts sightings" ATS is little more than The Daily Mirror of web sites. That's not meant as an insult, that's just happens to be level of
general discussion about sightings,hamstrung as it often is by blind adherence to agendas on both sides of the fence and utterly childish "points
scoring" based on often, nothing more than semantics.