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Re: What Happened To UFO Reporting?

From: Franklin Fields <fields.nul>
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 15:30:50 -0500 (EST)
Archived: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 17:51:37 -0500
Subject: Re: What Happened To UFO Reporting?


>Source: Cullan Hudson's Strange State Blog - Oklahoma, USA

>http://tinyurl.com/37k46t

>November 28, 2007

>What Happened To UFO Reporting?
>Cullan Hudson

>From fascinating enigma that had us looking toward the stars, to
>paranoid ramblings that have us now clutching our chakra
>crystals - what happened to UFO culture?

>In particular, I ask about the state of UFO magazines.

>Where once we could count on fascinating tales of unidentified
>craft in various periodicals devoted to the issue, we are now
>left with a handful of rags that seem to spend more time talking
>about ESP, the Raelians, ley lines, and esoteric spirituality -
>even ghosts and monsters!

I agree with what he's saying it does seem that there is a need
for a newsletter that reports the facts. However, forums like
this do a pretty good job of filling the slot.

>To be honest, if I could turn back the clock a few decades, I
>would. I miss the good ol' days when investigators did just
>that. Investigate.

>Frankly, I blame the aliens - for not showing up. Had they, then
>folks would have something to focus on instead of allowing their
>minds to wander and speculate about things that were based on
>little but dubious testimonies and paranoid supposition.

I think he's right but shouldn't throw the baby out with the
bath water. Some of these "dubious testimonies" are really not
that dubious. I think the answers are there in plan sight and by
that I mean the testimonies of credible abductees.

>Sure, the fringe element has always been there, but the bulk of
>publications just dealt with telling the story and presenting
>the facts as they were known, often with a scientific slant.

>Idle hands, as they say, are the devil's workshop.

>So, with the Visitors late to the Barbecue, some people
>apparently got a little bored. Next thing we knew, they're out
>at Sedona chanting beneath a pyramid made from copper tubing.

>Well, I have two words about that: Dry Lightning. It's as if
>there is a collective frustration that nothing more has been
>discovered.

>Fundamentally, we are nowhere nearer to understanding the
>phenomenon than we were half a century ago. This fact, for many,
>will simply not suffice. They have a deep seated need to
>understand, and in supplication to that obsession, they begin to
>seek answers beyond the scope of the observable.

He's right on target! An intelligent open mind does need to
understand reality. At least as well as our minds are capable of
knowing it's true nature. However, I respectfully disagree with
his statement on our progress.

There has been a great deal of research in the last ten years
that has turned some lights on. I am specifically talking
abduction related work. Take a look at authors like Raymond
Fowler (Watchers), David M. Jacobs, Ph.D. (The Threat), and Jim
Sparks (Keepers). I am disappointed that we don't have full
disclosure. But the more I learn about the nature of this the
more I begin to realize many humans could not handle the truth.


Best,

Frank



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