UFOs and Aliens

When Fiction is Closer to Reality than Science

You know a good movie when it stands the test of time. It’s watchable no matter how much time has passed. Close Encounters of the Third Kind is such a movie. Did you know there were government agencies, including NASA, that were opposed to it’s production? Does that mean the movie was too accurate? I suppose scientists and skeptic might just be worried it would feed into the wrong discourse, keeping UFOs prominent in the public mind- but is that really so bad? How many good scientist look back at childhood and point to an…

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I am a father, a counselor, and have been fortunate enough to have traveled the world. I enjoy writing, exploring consciousness, and listening to others.

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John Ege

John Ege

I am a father, a counselor, and have been fortunate enough to have traveled the world. I enjoy writing, exploring consciousness, and listening to others.

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