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originally posted by: humanoidlord
today i will introduce the iccs a creation by me that is inspired by the humanoid rating created by david webb and its futrher additions by rosales
Type A: When an entity or humanoid is seen inside or on top of an object or unidentified aircraft.
Type B: When an entity or humanoid is seen entering or exiting a UFO.
Type C: When an entity or humanoid is seen in the immediate vicinity of a UFO.
Type D: When an entity or humanoid is seen in the same area where UFOs or unknown objects have been reported.
Type E: When an entity or humanoid is seen alone, without related UFO activity (Example: bedroom visitation).
Type F: When there is a "psychic" contact between entities or humanoids, but an entity or humanoid is not necessarily seen.
Type G: When there is direct contact or interaction between a witness or witnesses and a humanoid or entity; either involuntary, as a result of a forced abduction, or as a voluntary contact.
additions by rosales:
Type H: When there is a report of an alleged crash or forced landing of a UFO with recovery of its occupants, or when an anomalous entity is captured or killed either by a witness or military personnel.
Type X: When the situation is so uncanny that it doesnt fit any of the previous classifications. A new classification, there are several such cases in the files already. I would call these cases "extremely high strangeness events."
new additions by me:
type P:paranormal influence:reports of oobe ghosts remote viewing etc i dont lend credece to those reports
type M:MIB reports of MIBs and associated entities:BEKs grinning mem etc
type V:vehicles entityes using vehicles that arent ufos like jetpacks anomalous cars etc
type S:stealth humanoids acting like normal people (yes reports like this exist)
type I:interdimensional visitation by witness either by portals or other methods
i will use this classification system a lot o my threads
In his article, "Gray Barker: My Friend, the Myth-Maker," John C. Sherwood claims that, in the late 1960s, at the age of 18, he cooperated when Gray Barker urged him to develop a hoax – which Barker subsequently published – about what Barker called "blackmen", three mysterious UFO inhabitants who silenced Sherwood's pseudonymous identity, "Dr. Richard H. Pratt".
Men in black figure prominently in ufology and UFO folklore. In the 50s and 60s, UFOlogists adopted a conspiratorial mindset and began to fear they would be subject to organized intimidation in retaliation for discovering "the truth of the UFOs".
In 1947, Harold Dahl claimed to have been warned not to talk about his alleged UFO sighting on Maury Island by a man in a dark suit. In the mid 1950s, the ufologist Albert K. Bender claimed he was visited by men in dark suits who threatened and warned him not to continue investigating UFOs. Bender believed the men in black were secret government agents tasked with suppressing evidence of UFOs. The ufologist John Keel claimed to have had encounters with men in black and referred to them as "demonic supernaturals" with "dark skin and/or “exotic” facial features". According to the ufologist Jerome Clark, reports of men in black represent "experiences" that "don’t seem to have occurred in the world of consensus reality".
Historian Aaron Gulyas wrote, "during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, UFO conspiracy theorists would incorporate the Men in Black into their increasingly complex and paranoid visions".