I have been doing a lot of research this week concerning Roswell, the UFO phenomenon, alien exchange programs and Majestic-12 documents. The Majestic-12 documents I have to reserve judgement on for the fact that the “witnesses” while having a common theme (U.S. and other world governments have an agreement with aliens), the details vary between the “sources”. The very real possibility of disinformation exists due to the fact that these are “leaks” by former government employees, people who know (knew) individuals who worked on black projects and various former national security agents or military personnel working in the security agencies. Most of the mentioned “witnesses” were trained in spreading deception, especially the old agency “employees”.
Most of the leaked material regarding UFO crashes (Roswell and other places) centered on a survivor of one of these crashes who tells the military and the NSA (which doesn’t specialize in “earthly” spying, but I’ll post something on that later) its planet and how to communicate with its civilization. It seemes to be a fortuitous event that a communication device survives a crash and that scientists and engineers were able to reverse-engineer the item. Contact was established and secret meetings were planned, executed and an exchange program (SERPO) was initiated. Meanwhile, more crash items were reverse engineered (that we were able to) and built to the service of the U.S. government in secret.
As I mentioned, there are various versions of this tale, one version is that the aliens are insectoid, not humanoid. Another version is that the aliens have helped us put bases on the Moon and Mars already because scientists did a study fifty years ago that predicted global warming, earthquakes and catastrophic weather will destroy the Earth sometime after 2000. There are several more, but the central story is that UFOs are extraterrestrial visitors (or conquerers) coming to Earth in advanced spacecraft capable of direct interstellar flight, which is faster-than-light by the way. The creatures are solid, biological entities, in fact, they are called EBEs, or extraterrestrial biological entities.
In one of the MJ-12 papers I was looking at yesterday, I saw a letter that was “supposedly written” by a former security agency worker ( he/she never mentioned which one) to a person who was still employed by the government. In it the person gives the explanation of almost all of the recent history of conspiracies and who/what was responsible for them. The one that drew my attention was that the person talked about EMEs. or extraterrestrial materialized entities (link here). The document has a 50 % authentication rating, so judge for youself whether it’s legit or not. But the gist of it is that the entities can materialize anywhere, anyplace at will, that have no discernable power source, they can appear as anything as they want and they control the dark side of the Moon. The author goes on to say that the EMEs are responsible for changing people’s perceptions of reality and that they cannot be trusted on any account. Sounds like UH’s spirit entities don’t they?
Enter Jacques Vallee. Dr. Vallee is mentioned in the above article and encourage the reader to study his works. So I scanned some. Vallee’s premise matches the paper’s author pretty close:
Advocates of UAP reality, on the other hand, generally claim that the Extra-Terrestrial Hypothesis (ETH) centered on interstellar travelers from extrasolar systems visiting the Earth is the most likely explanation for the objects and the entities associated with them. This argument, too, can be challenged on the basis of the witnesses’ own testimony: Ufologists have consistently ignored or minimized reports of seemingly absurd UAP behaviors that contradict the ETH, by selectively extracting data that best fits their agenda or version of the ETH.
Thus the ETH, just like the skeptical argument, is based on anthropocentric self-selection (Vallee, 1990). Here we are witnessing an interesting overlap between the SETI and UAP paradigms: each excludes consideration of the other when laying claim to the legitimate search for and contact with potential non-human intelligence.
In the view of the authors, current hypotheses are not strange enough to explain the facts of the phenomenon, and the debate suffers from a lack of scientific information.
Indeed, from the viewpoint of modern physics, our Cosmic Neighborhood could encompass other (parallel) universes, extra spatial dimensions and other time-like dimensions beyond the common 4-dimensional spacetime we recognize, and such aspects could lead to rational explanations for apparently “incomprehensible” behaviors on the part of visitors to our perceived continuum. As it attempts to reconcile theory with observed properties of elementary particles and with discoveries at the frontiers of cosmology, modern physics suggests that mankind has not yet discovered all of the universe’s facets, and we must propose new theories and experiments in order to explore these undiscovered facets.
This is why continuing study of reported UAP events is important: It may provide us with an existence theorem for new models of physical reality.
I looks as if one of the main UFOlogists of our time has an issue with the extraterrestrial explanation of the phenomenon. He makes a valid point. It just goes to show that any field of study can be affected by dogma, even tinfoil.
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