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There is a great deal of attention surrounding UFOs and Disclosure these days. Sightings have increased worldwide and it seems the veil is thinning. Many people, including certain UFO researchers, talk about an imminent disclosure of perhaps the biggest secret in the history of mankind.
The alternative community is fascinated by this topic, giving us all kinds of explanations and information about "the topic of all topics". But anyone who has looked into the UFO phenomenon a bit deeper knows that there is more to it than what meets the eye. There are certain issues that are overlooked or even ignored by some prominent advocates of disclosure and exopolitics.
One of the most misunderstood aspects of the UFO subject is the hyperdimensional and paraphysical nature of the phenomenon, as well as the idea that humanity may not be as "special" and untouchable as we believe ourselves to be.
Be it history, politics, religion, psychology, science, education or health, we're being lied to in virtually all areas of our lives and our attention is being vectored away from the truth. As a matter of fact, those who get too close to the truth are often attacked and ridiculed. Truth is no good for business in a ponerized society with psychopaths in power, steering the ship where pathological traits have become the accepted norm in our official culture.
However, wishful thinking and denial about the state of the world creates even more self-deception with people dreaming to wake up, yet still asleep. The topic of UFOs and disclosure is certainly not exempt from being used as a way to misinform and distract the masses from the truth, yet behind the smoke screen and disinformation it may hold major clues in regards to what is happening to us and the world, present and past. The task, as always, is to separate truth from lies, within and without.
This following video series explores the secrecy surrounding the greatest cover-up of all time, presenting an overview of the UFO phenomenon, aliens, abductions, disclosure, and hyperdimensional realities. It's easy to come to hasty conclusions and assumptions about this topic, so make sure to watch all 8 parts and look up the the resources mentioned in the video for more information.There is a great deal of attention surrounding UFOs and Disclosure these days.... more
Another in our semi-regular series of updates on what is going on in the world of UFO's / alien encounters. Today we have two items. First comes a story from the British Guardian web site about a new skin disease called Morgellons that is infecting people worldwide. It is a weird skin parasite that literally gets under your skin causing itching and leaving behind these weird unidentifiable fibers sticking out of your skin. Most of the medical community has pegged these people as deluded causing their own problems by scratching the itch. The debate goes on so here's the story and then make sure you check out the images and ask yourself if this looks like the product of self deluded people.
Morgellons: A hidden epidemic or mass hysteria?
“Morgellons was named in 2001 by an American called Mary Leitao, whose son complained of sores around his mouth and the sensation of "bugs". Examining him with a toy microscope, Leitao found him to be covered in unexplained red, blue, black and white fibres. Since then, workers at her Morgellons Research Foundation say they have been contacted by more than 12,000 affected families. Campaign group the Charles E Holman Foundation states there are sufferers in "every continent except Antarctica". Thousands have written to Congress demanding action. In response, more than 40 senators, including Hillary Clinton, John McCain and a pre-presidential Barack Obama, pressured the Centres For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) to investigate; in 2006, it formed a special taskforce, setting aside $1m to study the condition. Sufferers include folk singer Joni Mitchell, who has complained of "this weird incurable disease that seems like it's from outer space... Fibres in a variety of colours protrude out of my skin: they cannot be forensically identified as animal, vegetable or mineral. Morgellons is a slow, unpredictable killer – a terrorist disease. It will blow up one of your organs, leaving you in bed for a year."
Here are the results of an image search for Morgellons. For some reason the link doesn't take you right to the images so just click on the images tag on the left side.
And above we present a video that includes footage from NASA of unexplained encounters that they've filmed. The question that comes to my mind is that while a lot of this doesn’t fit what we would expect contact with aliens would look like what makes us think that such contacts would conform to our expectations? How do we know that an alien attack would come from large metallic discs full of the kind of creatures we've seen in sci fi movies. What if the attack comes from collections of barley recognizable collections of energy that disperse life forms that we don't recognize?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlLN_Jcg1pcAnother in our semi-regular series of updates on what is going on in the world of... more
LONDON — This month the Royal Society held a two-day meeting to work out a "scientific and societal agenda" on extraterrestrial life, following up on a similar meeting in January. The discussions generated controversy, conspiracy theories and a little bit of acrimony. So what happened? I was there on both days, and here's the insidestory.
Scientists are searching for extraterrestrial life in a number of different ways and places. One aspect of this is the search for extrasolar planets, on the basis that an Earthlike planet around a sunlike star might be a good place to look. The first super-Earths have been discovered, and the longer-term goal will be to undertake spectral analysis of the atmospheres of such exoplanets, looking for oxygen, ozone, water and other potential indicators of life. The recent excitement over Gliese 581g brings such work into focus — though even the very existence of this world is now the matter of some debate.
Other scientists believe our best chance of discovering alien life will be a human or robotic mission in our own solar system — probably to Mars — targeted at detecting extraterrestrial microbial life. But the controversy begins with the small but vociferous group of scientists who use radio telescopes to search the sky for a signal from other civilizations.
Nick Pope worked for the British Ministry of Defense for 21 years, and one of his jobs involved investigating UFO sightings. He now works as a freelance journalist and media commentator.
The radio search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The lack of results has led to a reassessment of search strategies. Some exotic ideas about where to look and what to look for were discussed at the Royal Society meeting. Clement Vidal, a researcher at the Free University of Brussels, speculated that advanced civilizations might migrate toward black holes, not least because they represent the ultimate energy source. Steven Dick, formerly NASA’s chief historian, speculated that we might be living in a post-biological universe, dominated by artificial intelligence, on the basis that intelligences would be driven to improve and perpetuate.
When I heard the phrase "immortal thinking machines," I had to remind myself that I was at the Royal Society, not a sci-fi convention.
So what happens if SETI find a signal? Do we reply? Though not present, the shadow of Professor Stephen Hawking loomed large over the meeting. Earlier this year Hawking warned bluntly that contacting aliens could have catastrophic consequences for the human race. He likened this to the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the New World, and pointed out that matters didn’t turn out too well for the Native Americans. This echoed a remark made at the Royal Society’s January conference, when Professor Simon Conway Morris, a Cambridge University palaeontologist, said "if the cosmic phone rings, don’t answer."
Related to this question is the issue of active SETI, sometimes known as METI (messaging to extraterrestrial intelligence). This was discussed extensively at this month’s meeting, and that’s when things got heated.
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Some SETI scientists want to move into METI. One reason is the theory that extraterrestrials might not initiate contact, but might respond to a message we send. Some METI has already been done – for example, the "Cosmic Calls" transmitted in 1999 and 2003 from the Evpatoria radar installation in Ukraine under the supervision of Alexander Zaitsev.
The SETI Institute's "Earth Speaks" project has attempted to engage the public on this and asks for suggestions on what we might transmit. The messages range from the poignant to the amusing, with my favorite being "Hi, be careful, we are deadly and it’s pretty boring here anyway so don’t bother coming."
Author and futurist David Brin felt strongly that there ought to be a moratorium on METI, until such time as an informed debate could take place. There was talk of "sages" being consulted, but no consensus on who those sages might be, or whether the other 6 billion of us might get a say. Brin felt objectors to METI were being ridiculed with Hollywood stereotypes about evil aliens and said this showed a disappointing lack of imagination. He asked what was wrong with having a debate on the subject, as such a debate would be responsible, interesting and fun.
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Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute, took the opposite view. He said that any attempts to proscribe METI were rooted in paranoia and would be anti-science. He saw no point in any consultation process, because it wasn’t clear who would have the right to decide, or how it would help us pick the right answer. He also wondered how, short of going to war, any moratorium could be enforced. Shostak and others have pointed out that the horse has left the barn long ago and that we’ve been a detectable civilization for decades anyway, due to our FM, television and radar signals. This point is disputed, but the question is unanswerable at present. We don’t know how big or powerful alien radio telescopes might be – if indeed such things exist.
Such are the debates that bedevil the SETI community, where scientists speculate about something which they can’t study and which we don’t even know is there at all.
The closest thing there is to any regulation of all this is the SETI community’s “Declaration of Principles Concerning the Conduct of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.” This revised document was unanimously adopted by the SETI Permanent Study Group of the International Academy of Astronautics on Sept. 30. It states that “In the case of the confirmed detection of a signal, signatories to this declaration will not respond without first seeking guidance and consent of a broadly representative international body, such as the United Nations”. However, none of this covers METI – and in any case, the agreement is between individuals and non-governmental organisations, not between nations.
One of the speakers at the Royal Society meeting was Professor Mazlan Othman, a Malaysian astrophysicist who is director of the U.N. Office for Outer Space Affairs. The week before the meeting, numerous media outlets carried a story that she was being appointed an “alien ambassador” – a spokeswoman for Planet Earth if E.T. comes calling. Rumors flew around the UFO and conspiracy theory communities that an alien signal had been detected and that an announcement was imminent. The Royal Society meeting itself was seen as being part of this process, and when the alien ambassador story was denied, this started rumors of a cover-up.
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At the meeting, Othman made it clear that the story was false and derived from a mistaken interpretation of the point she did make – that is, that her U.N. office and the U.N. Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, or COPUOS, might be appropriate forums for managing the global response to the discovery of extraterrestrial life.
Othman set out some ideas on the process whereby the various issues that would arise from the discovery or detection of extraterrestrial life – scientific, societal, legal and ethical – might be brought to the U.N. As a potential precedent for this process, she referred to the issue of potentially threatening near-Earth objects, which is being addressed by experts working with COPUOS and other organizations.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/39675346/ns/technology_and_science/LONDON — This month the Royal Society held a two-day meeting to work out a... more
As we had many time reported that, we are going through continuous disclosure about UFO extraterrestrial alien life disclosure mode from past one year.Earlier this year we had reported about Lockheed Skunk Works director who had confessed about Extraterrestrial UFO visitors and the U.S. Military travel among stars. And NASA astronauts who believe Extraterrestrial UFO are real and even eyewitness UFO sightings and landing.
Now on official front The United Nations set today to appoint an obscure Malaysian astrophysicist to act as Earths first contact for any aliens that may come visiting.
http://www.ufo-blogger.com/2010/09/un-to-appoint-earth-contact-for.htmlAs we had many time reported that, we are going through continuous disclosure about... more
I don't know if i like the idea of this... I can see that it has its pros.. But will it be secure?
How many times have the government lost important information from the databases over the last couple of years...!? hmm.. I'm not sure..I don't know if i like the idea of this... I can see that it has its pros.. But... more
Each year CONTACT draws an audience of over 1.5 million people that come to the shows with the number growing each year.
[Click the top link to read article]Each year CONTACT draws an audience of over 1.5 million people that come to the shows... more
10/31/08 UFO crash in Needles, California on 5/14/08. Military shows up 15 minutes later to haul object away. \\\"MIB\\\" shows up to question residents. This is the 3rd CBS Broadcast on the story.10/31/08 UFO crash in Needles, California on 5/14/08. Military shows up 15 minutes... more
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Either there are a heck of a lot of hoaxers, or we should start paying attention!!!Here is a brand new crop. Enjoy.......while you still... more
U.S. scientists, searching for signs of life from faraway planets, are building hundreds of radio telescopes in Northern California, their leader says.
Jill Tarter, director of the Center for SETI Research at the SETI Institute, said 42 of the planned 350 telescopes have been built in a mostly uninhabited area about 300 miles northeast of San Jose, Calif., the San Jose Mercury News reported Wednesday. SETI stands for the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
She said the area, just north of Lassen National Park, is an ideal location because it is protected from more mundane radio signals.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen donated $25 million to get the project going. The Allen Telescope Array is also funded by San Francisco-area benefactors, including the University of California-Berkeley and Silicon Valley chip developer Xilinx, the newspaper said.
"In many cultures throughout history, we've always wondered: Is there anybody else? Are we the only ones who can look up at the universe and wonder? I live in the first generation of humans that can try to answer
this," Tarter told the Mercury News.
U.S. scientists, searching for signs of life from faraway planets, are building... more
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