posted on Oct, 21 2010 @ 10:57 PM
Hello, I'm Dan, i'm 20 years old (just 20 :] ) and reside in Pennsylvania. I've always been interested in mysteries and the paranormal, mostly
UFO's, and theories on the universe and different dimensions. I guess, like most people here, i have a great interest in gaining knowledge on life
and figuring out what's REALLY going on in the world around us.
My Interest in "this kind of stuff" really got rolling about 3 years back when i, along with 2 other friend, witnessed a red circular object in the
sky performing loops and moving at a strange pace. It was the first time that i, without a doubt, knew that what i was looking at could not be
explained away by conventional methods. Since then i've had two similar experiences.
I've always been a sky watcher. Always looking up at night, in awe of the beauty of the night sky. So i guess my interest in UFO's stemmed from my
love of the night sky.
I'm not one of those people who believe everything they hear about the phenomena. So i am very skeptical about many things, but i believe the world
is a lot more strange and magical than anyone really knows...or wants to believe. But i do take a scientific approach to anything i see, or read, or
hear about. Because though i know that there are things out there in the universe that the common man doesn't know about, i also know that there are
many people out there that either hoax these types of things, or want it to be true so badly that they create things in there mind that they believe
to be true and try to spread it around to everyone else.
So in conclusion i guess i'll leave yall with this.. Don't pretend to know it all, but also don't be so skeptical to not see what's right there in
front of you. Keep an open mind and don't reject anything based on not knowing. New things and ideas scare many people but i believe for us to move
forward as a civilization we must start to understand the secret workings of ourselves and any other beings in our existance. Do not be afraid, be
bold and move forward, always asking questions and observing!