This morning I’d like to direct you to a bunch of recentish news stories and commentary from some of the most respected news sources in the world regarding the topic of…UFOs:
UFOs exist and everyone needs to adjust to that fact. UFOs are not the same thing as extraterrestrial life. But we should start thinking about that possibility.
—The Washington Post, 5/28/19
The strange objects, one of them like a spinning top moving against the wind, appeared almost daily from the summer of 2014 to March 2015, high in the skies over the East Coast. Navy pilots reported to their superiors that the objects had no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes, but that they could reach 30,000 feet and hypersonic speeds.
—The New York Times, 5/26/19
The Times report includes a minute-long video of two encounters Navy pilots allegedly had with unexplained aerial phenomena. In the videos, which include visual radar and voice recordings, pilots cannot distinguish what is seen on their radar screens. At one point one of the pilots says in amazement, “Look at that thing. It’s rotating.”
—CBS News, 5/27/19
You can debate the actual numbers, but on the grounds of pure theory alone, the chance of alien contact of some kind is not so small. So on the yes side, on behalf of the notion that something truly strange is happening here, we have both pilot testimonials and pure theory. That is not nearly enough, in my view, to believe in alien visitation, but it is more weight than many people think.
Now, there are several possibities why this sudden “legitmacy” of the UFO issue is being pushed through the mainstream media now:
1) There really are alien craft out there and the news media finally feels certain enough with the information to take it publicly seriously.
2) There really are alien craft out there and the news media always knew but now, for whatever reason, they’ve finally gotten the “ok” to publicly take it seriously.
3) This is specially-timed “propaganda,” perhaps to boost public support for the newly-announced U.S. Space Force (coming soon as a comedy by the people who brought you “The Office”…and I’m not kidding about that!)
Whatever the case may be here, I feel like I *do* have to revisit the fact that between 2014-2015, I “channeled” a great deal of material, and I was very willing to write the entire thing off as a “creative exercise” (I am a writer of comic books, after all), and/or mental stress. And I’m still willing to write it all off. But I’m a little less willing right now, to be honest.
I mean, the big shock is not that those Navy folk saw those things (read their descriptions again and go look up “vimana“)…but that so many so-called intelligent so-called sane people have utterly refused for decades and centuries to entertain the possibilities now laid out by these “legit” sources. To me…that’s the real conspiracy. And the reason for that conspiracy are the usual suspects they’ve always been…control of information & a need for power.
And the “problem” now is…this narrative being laid out in such “concrete” terms, and not allowing for the possibility that the real real “true” truth behind all of this is weirder than we can ever possibly suppose.
Well. Baby steps, I guess.