The subject of UFOs is one of the most popular topics in the world, and as a result I thought it would be a good idea to provide readers with a summary about the state of ufology today and where most people stand on the topic. Even after almost 20 years of UFO research, I get confused at what to label Unidentified Flying Objects. That’s because the “official” nomenclature continues to change. Ever since multiple governments have admitted to the phenomenon being real, terms like “Unidentified Ariel Phenomenon” (UAP) and “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon” (also UAP) have made their way into mainstream culture.
Although it is good to look at various trains of thought, I think that it would be most unwise to approach things from a stance of mutual exclusivity. As is often the case, the situation is best looked at from several perspectives.
To begin with, it seems highly likely that throughout history we have been visited by extra-terrestrials. The universe is too darn big for us to be the only "intelligent life" present.
That being said, the powers that be could benefit enormously from hijacking the phenomenon. If the Nazis/CIA/whatever are continuing their experiments on humans, what better way to prevent a proper investigation than blaming things on "little green men"? If the climate change/pandemic narratives aren't enough to encourage a one-world government, why not add an alien invasion to the mix? I have no doubt that the technology is available to add illusory examples of an alien presence to the background of genuine examples.
Several years ago a friend and I watched a cigar shaped craft for the best part of a minute. Whilst I would definitely describe it as an Unidentified Flying Object, I have serious doubts as to any Extra-Terrestrial origin. Most of the "floating light" sightings, which have become common, could easily be simulated by a formation of drones coordinated by millimetre accurate satellite navigation. I think it's no coincidence that this particular phenomenon only really started after we humans had developed the technology to create it. Nor that it generally seems to occur within drone range of military bases...
It's worth it to look into the Aetherius Society teachings if you want to have a good understanding. Their founder was "one of them ".
Your 4 main categories are all passively driven. You need categories wherein people are actively driven like engineers, scientists, technicians, etc. Not all people are like "Muldaur" from the "X-Files" wherein they simply want to believe. There are others who "look under the hood" to build and design their own. Study the works of Col. Thomas Bearden, then you will begin to understand.
I have always been interested in UFOs, ever since I was a teenager and I am in my late sixties now. They were around pre-industrial era because there are paintings of things that look like flying ships that are hundreds of years old. They are mentioned in the Indian religious texts as well (Vimanas)l. As far as I am concerned, I agree that they are part of nature and the universe. Why would this planet be the only one that supports "intelligent" life? I put that word in inverted comas because I doubt the intelligence of the people on this planet at the moment considering the last 3 years of absolute insanity and the fact that humans have not seemed to progress very much mentally and spiritually - we still have wars, oppress people, control others and worship money above all else. Another advanced civilisation would be reticent to come here to be announced and would prefer to be an observer. We are slowly killing our planet with our madness.
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. Ariel is a character in Shakespeare's The Tempest and also A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Thank you for this article!! I totally believe in the UFO phenomena. I have witnessed what I am sure was one hovering over the tree line in front of our house back in the 80’s. It woke me up, there was no noise except the windows were rattling. It was huge, but couldn’t make out the total shape, ran to another window to get a better view and it had disappeared in a matter of seconds. No doubt about government coverups, but to think we are the only life in the expanse of this universe in my opinion is totally naive! Too many retired military etc., coming forward on this matter and confirming it is true.
There are more things in this world than is dreamt of in our philosophy - Shakespeare