How many credible reports will it take before an explanation that the explanation for UFOs may be aliens?
You would think only one. How many official have told us UFOs are real? Donald Keyhoe, a marine corps aviator wrote Flying Saucers are Real in 1950. Luis Elizondo, U.S. Army Counterintelligence Special Agent, formerly working for the Pentagon under the AATIP program says they’re real.
There’s clarity, and then there’s clarity
Some things are ambiguous. Luis Elizondo’s statements seem rather unambiguous.
the U.S. government has in the past actively considered, and is presently still considering, whether the most extraordinary unidentified flying objects are not of earthly origin.
Elizondo has gone further than that. He has stated UFOs are either extraterrestrial, extra dimensional, or technology from terrestrial species unknown to humans.
Now, yes, we don’t know what they are. We know what they are not. They’re not us.
What’s scary isn’t that we may not be alone, but rather, we are so afraid of this conversation that we’re ready to fight.
Objects that move in unconventional ways require unconventional thinking
Human understanding rarely progresses smoothly. We advance in leaps. It took what, decades, to drag people from the flat earth to a round earth paradigm? How long did society insist the Earth was the center of the universe? Is this just another one of those leaps, a few know, a few more will be convinced, and then suddenly, we all arrive on the same page?
Hopefully without too much destruction. Upheavals in paradigms also tend to coincide with upheavals in society. No one would deny that we live in the most interesting, but perhaps most dangerous time in all of history. Failing to avoid war or human catastrophe could result in human extinction.
This is not to say aliens are here to rescue us. We need to figure out how to be with each. We need to avoid blowing ourselves up. That’s the imperative. This is the last, critical test of a species. Acknowledging we’re not alone, that’s the easy one. It’s…