posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 09:17 AM
reply to post by thesearchfortruth
You make it seem as if the question of UFO and alien intelligences visiting our world has two possible answers, either yes, or no.
But this binary paradigm for the question is as false as some of the hoaxes which have been thrown in the way of those interested in the subject, in
fact, the yes or no issue is probably the biggest hoax of all time. In truth, there is only one answer which is both honest, and accurate, and that is
"I do not know."
On the one hand, all UFO have either been identified as something else, or remain unidentified. That does not mean that they will never be
identified, the origins of the more unexplainable of them discovered by those outside of the military and intelligence circles active on our planet
today. It just means it has not happened yet. On the other hand, because it has not happened yet, there is no evidence worth a crap to say that UFO
are anything particularly special.
However, we cannot know for certain, such is the mystery, the murk, the near solid turd through which one must sift to find anything of interest, let
alone anything probative or truely astounding. Another thing, beliefs are not welcome in UFOlogy. There are too many "beliefs" at the moment. The
meditators, swamis and mystics who claim to be able to contact other intelligences through one or another hallucination inducing compound, the fools
who attach wires to thier heads during "thought communication" with these beings to try and prove that thier psuedo scientific CRAP is worth more
than the massive speaking engagement fees charged by its top advocates... all these things are snake oil, and rely on belief.
Seek not belief in things in the physical universe, reserve it for your God or gods if you have any. What is required is knowledge, and all you can
say for sure, is that you havent got the knowledge you seek, the truth either way. I can understand why THAT might be painful, but to believe in
something other than a faith is perverse in my veiw.