Saturday, October 10, 2020

UFO Disclosure

 The idea behind the UFO disclosure movement is very clear: people want to believe in something greater than themselves. Aliens and UFOs offer this. People are naturally superstitious, they seek an answer to their existential angst through faith in a higher power - or more precisely, multiple lower powers with which they can identify.

And people want to know what happened in the past. They seek answers about their origins, and they want to know why things are the way they are now.

And then there are the people who seek attention and fame, or some sort of social status. Many UFO disclosure advocates are New Age gurus.

Many of these UFO disclosure advocates are out there to make money, and they may be simply delusional.

And then there are the fringe scientists, who have no real explanation for anything and need a new paradigm to hold their ideas together.

And then there are the people who just want to be popular, they see what other people believe in and want to jump on that bandwagon.

The phenomena of UFO disclosure is an interesting one. I am not sure whether it will ever be fully possible to disclose this information to the public, for a variety of reasons:

The problem with UFO disclosure is that it's a very difficult topic to address. Essentially, there are two main problems: one of evidence and the other of interpretation.

Regarding the problem of evidence, I am not sure that enough is known about UFOs to be able to prove or disprove their existence. Although there are plenty of eyewitness accounts and sightings (and some very convincing ones too), they do not amount to sufficient evidence for me.

Regarding the problem of interpretation, I think that it is very difficult to establish beyond reasonable doubt what UFOs are. To do so would require a solid understanding of physics and an iron-clad grasp of technology.

Although there are a lot of theories, none of them are particularly convincing. There is also the problem that some people have been fooled into believing in some obfuscating nonsense (such as aliens) when looking at UFO sightings.

So, there are two problems with UFO disclosure. One is that not enough evidence has been accumulated to rule out the possibility of UFOs being real (although I think that it is getting close). The other problem is in interpreting what little evidence we have.

I think Disclosure is a really good idea, although I'm not sure if it will ever happen. Technology has advanced to the point where we can see UFOs with our own eyes and have indisputable evidence of them being real. We also know that extraterrestrials are already here on Earth in seclusion and working with governments around the world.

What are we to do, though? We're at a critical juncture in our history. It's currently the time of great change and great uncertainty. Humanity is facing an existential crisis right now.

The first step, in order to achieve Disclosure, is to openly acknowledge the problem of UFOs. The second step is to stop lying about it and pretending like it doesn't exist.

We need to stop deceiving ourselves. It is a good thing that we have advanced enough as a technological and scientific race in order to develop technology which will allow us to travel the stars so easily.

However, we must know that this advancement and understanding which allows us to travel the stars also holds within it the power to destroy us in a heartbeat.

Such a destructive power is not something to be taken lightly. We must do everything in our power to keep Earth safe from the likes of rogue extraterrestrials.

Why do humans keep secrets? The theory is that it is because society has a hierarchy. In the past, there was no choice but to obey authority. And when you live in an organized society, it makes sense for people on top of the hierarchy to want to control the information flow down below. Otherwise, those at the bottom might start questioning why they are being oppressed and revolt against their authorities.

For thousands of years the UFO phenomenon has been observed and recorded throughout history by countless individuals. In modern times it is widely thought to be a myth, an insignificant belief in something that isn't real. Though there are still enough eyewitness accounts, photos, videos and written documents to suggest otherwise.

The most interesting thing, in my opinion, is the secrecy that shrouds this topic. Why are we not allowed to know what is going on? It seems rather odd and suspicious. What reason could there possibly be for this gigantic cover-up?

There are a lot of people who want to know the truth. They see UFOs, have had experiences with them, and don't understand what is going on.

Then there are the UFO researchers, who spend their whole lives trying to uncover the truth about this mysterious phenomenon.

There are the researchers who have had extraterrestrial encounters, and have written about it or talked publicly at conferences on the topic.

There are people who have been abducted and experimented on, traumatized by the experience.

The disclosure of the existence of extraterrestrial life has been a long process of many decades. First, at the start it was only about simple observation and science. Then, as technology progressed so did our knowledge and understanding. Finally today we have photographic evidence.

It has always been a tricky subject. When we started it was in the early days of science and technology, when people were still unfamiliar with the concept of aliens and their existence.

But, in general, people were willing to believe. Everyone knew they did not have the whole picture and that there was more out there than what we think.

Now, it's a different story. There are those who believe and there are those that don't.

This is usually due to the lack of trust, which has been damaged over time. Simply put: there are no real good reasons for people to believe in something they haven't seen with their own eyes.

It has also been a process of learning. People were not ready to accept that there is life out there besides ours.

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