By Think Tank
Unidentified Ariel Phenomenon has been thoroughly researched by the best minds inside and outside of the US Government. This difficult-to-access research all has a high level of agreement. This is the dominant philosophy.
There is no doubt that thirteen minutes on 60 Minutes did more to legitimize the UAP debate than anything else before it. The UAP topic was placed in a credibility pressure cooker and served to the masses as the new curiosity. As encouraging as the recent turn of events is for the general search of reality, it’s unfortunate that thousands of scientists, engineers, civic officials, and other experts have been portrayed as liars and nutcases simply because they dared to open a debate on a subject that the majority of people are simply not ready to understand.
This gap between philosophy and personal belief is the primary source of attacks and mockery faced by society’s greatest thinkers. We’ve relied on them to split the atom, send us to the moon, and create computer network networks that enable you to read this post. However, as soon as these geniuses begin discussing UFOs and The Phenomenon, they are doomed to anonymity. Their work mostly resides on DoD and intelligence agency archives. The majority of it scrubbed from the public domain or made difficult to access. Government departments and those concerned with creating war machines, on the other hand, study their work in secrecy.
Often known as the “paraphysical theory” If you read between the lines of modern jargon from those near to AATIP, AWSAP, and other projects investigating The Phenomenon (UFOs), you’ll soon start hearing phrases like “We have to think outside the box” or “The human mind just sees things in a linear way.” If you continue to read the works of people closely associated with the DoD and intelligence services, the message becomes stronger as you go back in time. We don’t appear to be concerned with anything from another world or galaxy.
In my view, the book “Operation Trojan Horse” by John A Keel does a better job of articulating what the researchers have discovered over time. Dr. Eric Davis, one of the AATIP’s leading scientists, stated that he read this book when he was eight years old. According to Jacque Vallee, a researcher who has also served as an adviser to AATIP and previous programs, unexplained flying objects (UFOs) and associated phenomena include visits from other “realities” or “dimensions” that coexist independently alongside our own. It is not always an answer to the extraterrestrial theory, since the two theories are not mutually identical, and both may be valid at the same time. According to the Interdimensional Hypothesis, UFOs are a contemporary version of a phenomenon that has existed throughout known human history and was previously attributed to mythological or supernatural beings.
Pictured (left) J Allen Hynek and (right) Jacque Vallee
It seems to have already been here. Perhaps they are the hosts.
Keel worked full-time, seven days a week for over four years. The novel is a condensed version of the original manuscript, which was over 2000 pages long. The clarity of the research becomes obvious if you can get out of the Scientific hat for one second and see beyond the “scientific approach” through the eyes of a philosopher.
They’re Watching Us
In 1966, Keel amassed a set of over 10,000 news clippings (for contrast the Air Force allegedly only received 1060 reports in that same period). The author himself investigated the bulk of the cases and became convinced of their veracity. The author then dedicated his time in 1967 to sorting and categorizing the mass of information he had collected, as well as boiling it down to a clear mathematical method for the study. And a strong desire to discover any patterns or cycles that might occur.
As soon as he had organized the sightings by dates, the first significant pattern became apparent. This was that the sightings tended to collect around specific days of the week.
Wednesday had the greatest number of sightings, and these were usually reported between the hours of 8 to 11 PM.
If the UFO activity was solely psychological, there should be more sightings on Saturday or Friday nights, as more people are outside, commuting to and from entertainment, and so on. Instead, we find that the most sightings are recorded on Wednesday, and they gradually decrease over the rest of the week. On Tuesday, the lowest number is registered. This mysterious “Wednesday phenomenon” proved to be very real and was replicated during 1967 and 1968.
Keel discovers that UFOs seem to be confining their operations within political borders by closely observing the geographical positions of confirmed mass sightings that were corroborated by many individuals. As if they know exactly where Oklahoma finishes and Texas starts. If the UFOs were meteors or another celestial phenomenon, they will undoubtedly be registered in neighboring nations. Skeptics are incorrect in that cross-state sightings are not as frequent as they would like to think.
Is this the work of extraterrestrial strangers on a road trip that happened to come upon an interesting blue planet? Or does it seem like the work of someone who is using our maps and calendars and therefore highly knowledgeable about us, even though we know very little about “them”?
It’s possible that we’re being visited by beings from another planet, but it doesn’t have to be. For, if the materiality of UFOs is paraphysical (and therefore ordinarily intangible), UFOs could more plausibly be creations of an invisible universe coexisting with our actual Earth’s space. This explanation seems to be much more realistic than The Phenomenon arising from other worlds.
Provided that actual UFOs are paraphysical, capable of reflecting light like ghosts and that they remain visible while they shift location at ultrahigh speeds from one point to another, it implies that those that remain visible in transition do not dematerialize for that fast transition, and therefore their mass must be diaphanous (very diffuse), and their substance comparatively etheric.
The eyewitness accounts of The Phenomenon, from Nimitz to Ken Arnold, validate the paraphysical claim and increase the probability of The Phenomenon being produced on Earth over the likelihood of their existence on another planet. Illusion-prone ghosts abound in the astral realm of illusion. It is well-known for its diverse creative practices and exhortations. Skinwalker Ranch is the place to be.
Some of these beings seem to represent principalities and powers. Others make pronouncements on religion, theology, diety, and so on. All of these astral exponents who evoke human consciousness may be genuine, but many of their theories may be framed to perpetuate a special phantasm, perhaps of a previous incarnation, or to satisfy an ardent and ongoing scientific urge for materialistic development, or merely to astonish and annoy the gullible for the sake of it.
In essence, the UFO phenomena may be a mind-boggling cosmic display put on by unseen beings that have long enjoyed terrifying, disturbing, and misleading the human race.
The more we stymie our own success by questioning whether reliable outlets are dealing with the confusion of balloons and seagulls, the further others will be monitoring our movements and listening for our cap points.
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