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Are UFO's Real or Just a Fantasy?
Have You Ever Seen
A Flying Saucer?
What is a UFO?
A UFO is an Unidentified Flying Object. That wasn't hard. Since the introduction of the internet almost everyone knows these days what a UFO is.
UFOs are reported in about 90 different shapes. The most common reported shapes are:
- Manta / bird shape
- Lens (classic shape)
The Roswell Incident at July 8, 1947 is probably the most famous UFO incident. After the Roswell incident the attention on UFOs started to grow slowly, as you can see in the graph beneath.
Why hasn't anyone made a proper video of a UFO? Everyone has the ability these days, but all video's remain poorly constructed stuff of mentally retarded minds.
Was Roswell something significant? Not sure. There's still no real evidence for it, except some weird movies of autopsy on a doll-like figure that looks like an alien. That's still no proof.
What kind of proof is necessary then? An authentic video of a flying saucer that lands, aliens stepping out, and so on. Catch this event, and you'll be world famous. Despite this, no one has yet been able. Why not?
Have UFOs to do With Faith?
Most deeply religious people lack the ability to reason. Faith is all you need regarding these people. They see burning bushes. They see blood coming from the eyes of Saint Mary, or blood dripping from the wounds of Jesus. Doubting or arguing about what they really saw will only make them angry. They have faith, which gives them the ability to see things that the faithless can't see. Faith is the greatest deluder.
People who believe in UFOs are often irrational and also lack the ability to reason as well. They fell from one religion into the other. You can often not argue with them about what they really saw. They will get angry if you ask questions that puts them on a track of thinking.
Why would an advanced alien race fly around in spaceships on earth? And if so, why would you even be able to see them? Why wouldn't any advanced technology have the ability to be fully invisible for the fallible human eye? Why would an advanced race abduct some dirt farmer? Why not one of the brightest minds on earth like Einstein, Leibniz, Hirata or Tao?
There is not sufficient reason for advanced alien races to do any of such things. UFO believers project on aliens what they would do in the same situation, and that shows their consciousness is still in an animalistic stage.
Pure reason and faith are at opposite ends of the spectrum. Allegedly abducted people suffer from a serious mental illness.
UFOs: The reliable cases are uninteresting and in the interesting cases are unreliable.— Carl Sagan
An Example of Unreason
Two men sit silently in the train, opposite to eachother. Let's call them David Icke and Alex Jones. After fifteen minutes David stands up, turns down the window, rips open a bag of powder and ritually strews it off the moving train, while mumbling some words. He closes the window, and sits down again.
Alex had been watching the act of David curiously, but did not dare to ask anything. Asking why he did this seemed a bit impertinent, because it almost seemed something sacred.
After fifteen minutes David repeated the same ritual. Alex had difficulties to keep his curiosity under control, but still didn't dare to ask questions.
But when David did it for the third time, Alex asked 'why do you do this?'
David: "It's a very special powder against Tigers."
Alex: "But here are no Tigers."
David: "You see, this proves that the powder works."
Alex: "Hm, amazing, you are right!"
The moral of this story is that most people are unable to reason properly, and explain things with aliens and UFOs. They so desperately want to see aliens that everything seems to be allowed, by manipulating photo's, or by giving false witness reports. These sighting reports are actually useless.
Unreason is the gospel of fun. It's about jokes and stories. About Mythos. Logos is about the truth, but it's not funny. Ignorant people don't want to know the Truth, they only want to have fun. But who start to believe in jokes is running towards psychoses.
UFO Reports Versus Religion
Comparison of the two maps shows a very clear relation. In the most religious states are much less UFO sightings, and in the states with a lower religious attendance there are the most UFO sightings.
What does this tell us? That people who lost their faith, replace it with another kind of faith. The wish, the hope, to see UFOs and aliens. Another kind of Gods. Another way to see blood dripping from the eyes of Santa Maria.
People of faith are irrational. There's no way to argue with them with pure reason. Even their sensorial perception is unreliable.
Reported UFO Sightings
Explosive Increase of Sightings
The amount of reported UFO sightings started to explode after the introduction of the PC and internet.
- the Internet became a commonplace around 1996
- PC's and Mac's became a commonplace around 1987
- the first release of Photoshop was introduced in 1990
The results between sightings (the alleged UFO photo's) and the development of technology is as clear as daylight.
It is clear that people start to see things that are simply not there. 99.9% of all observations are not interesting, and the remaining 0.1% is unverifiable and not documented in any way.
Monthly UFO Sightings Over Last 70 YearsClick thumbnail to view full-size
The amount of UFO sightings are clearly related to the weather. During the months June, July, and August the amount of sightings significantly jump up. It doesn't seem to be uncommon, because people tend to be more outside.
During the colder seasons there appear to be many 'flying saucer gazers', since the number of reports aren't proportional to the percentage of people outdoors.
Have a Look in the Minds of Wannabes
Is There Life Out There?
Yes, even our own world is teeming of life. Everything is alive, although most people aren't aware of it. Everything is conscious up to a certain level. The whole Universe is alive. Every single piece of it. Every atom.
You don't have to look to the sky to look for life, you're standing on it. Most of us won't even recognize it. If you believe that the Earth is NOT a living being, you have even failed to recognize the lifeform you're sitting on. How much chance you have to ever observe an alien lifeform? Zilch. The Sun is alive as well as the Moon. They are phenomenal expressions of very BIG Souls. The whole galaxy is alive, the whole universe is alive. Consciousness = life.
UFO believers think that aliens would fly around in things like we do, but than technological extrapolated into a flying saucer, softly zooming and with all kinds of lights around it. That's again projection. That has nothing to do with pure scientific thinking. Why would they build something that we can see? Their sensory organs might be totally different than ours, which would have consequences in the way things are subjectively perceived.
How many people regard an atom to be life? Very few. Is an atom dead? No, it's alive, how could a whole bunch of dead things suddenly become alive? If you believe that atoms are dead and you are alive, you are still an irrational species, and unable to understand nor recognize what life is. That also counts for alien lifeforms.
Life infinitely expresses itself in endless kinds of forms, shapes and sizes. Some are like us, some are completely unrecognisable to us. Even our planet is teeming with alien lifeforms, without us being aware of it. You don't have to catch it on camera, you only need to open your consciousness to spot it everywhere.
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