Is “Official” Disclosure Imminent?

The internet has been buzzing with topics relating to UFOlogy as of late. The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure in Washington D.C at the National Press Club, Government Officials appearing on Mainstream Media talking openly about their stance on UFOs and extraterrestrial life and the new, long-awaited, documentary film from Dr. Steven Greer, ‘Sirius‘.

Dr. Steven Greer MD, founder of the Disclosure Project

There are all stepping-stones to what some call “Disclosure” from world governments into admitting, primarily, that aliens have and continue to visit Earth. If we get deeper into the Disclosure Project, people want the US government to admit that there are currently living ETs working with military officials. This was revealed at the NPC during the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure by Paul Hellyer, Former Canadian Minister of Defense.

There has been a lot of hype about this whole disclosure project, with some in UFOlogy circles hoping this will force an admission out of western governments – particularly the USA.

But I must ask, do people really need their government to tell them that UFOs and ETs exist? To me – this is just my personal opinion – people who are relying on their government to tell them stuff, are in effect letting their government think for them. We all have a mind of our own. Why not use it?

I like to think of myself as a free-thinker. Let’s not raise age-old philosophical questions here. I mean, I like to think for myself. Not rely on someone bearing a title to tell me what to believe and what not to believe, what to think and what not to think, what to say and what not to say and what to do and what not to do.

Nick Pope. Skeptic-turned-believer, after working for the MoD investigating UFOs

Nick Pope. Skeptic-turned-believer, after working for the MoD investigating UFOs

Do we really need a “disclosure”? unfortunately, there are some people in the world (namely skeptics and religious persons (both extreme ends of the spectrum)) who will not think outside of a box that is drawn around them, either by themselves (skeptics) or for them (conservatively religious). Skeptics close off their mind to everything, unless it is scientifically proven or told to them by a scientist. Even then in some cases, if it doesn’t fit in to their rationale or sense of reasoning, they will concoct an explanation which is far more zany than a UFO or something of a paranormal nature.

Religious people on the other hand (talking about the fanatics and extremists) refuse to think for themselves unless their Holy Book says so, or a religious leader tells them what to think. Their reasoning for things that they don’t agree with is usually, “the work of the devil” or evil.

I, on the other hand like to take the “middle way”. I have said that in so many of my blog posts. I like to formulate my own truths based on what I see, feel and experience, while also applying what resonates with me, what I feel to be true and by opening my mind to every possibility. What I do here is mix logic with faith. Having the right balance of each, to me at least, is the best path to go down. We don’t need someone of authority or a higher being to tell us what to believe and what not to believe.

A lot of people I speak to about UFOlogy ask me “If aliens landed here, why is there no evidence?”. I can only respond with the truth. “Anytime you see evidence or read about it, you reject it. How can anyone present evidence to you when you are intent on rejecting it right from the beginning?” That’s the common problem. People simply don’t wish to believe it, because it threatens to shake the very foundations of who they are – their beliefs.

I’m not trying to convert people. People simply ask my opinion. I give it to them. They don’t like it. They get hostile and attempt to attack and/or ridicule my belief simply because it differs from theirs.

So why do people need disclosure when evidence of their existence can be found all around us? Alien visitation is not a recent thing. It didn’t start with Kenneth Arnold or Roswell incident. Though Kenneth was the one who coined the term “flying saucer”, because of his description of the flight characteristic of several unidentified craft. Evidence stretches way back into history. All the way back to the times of Sumer.

Pilot and Businessman, Kenneth Arnold, explains what he saw.

Religions have spawned from UFO and alien visits. Visits are documented in ancient texts such as the Old Testament, Sumerian Cylinder Seals and Clay tables. They’re documented in statues, carvings, paintings and drawings. Remote tribes around the world tell of their origins from the “star people” and how those visitors gave their ancestors the advanced knowledge that we simply don’t have today. One tribe of particular interest is the Dogon Tribe, located in west Africa, who stunned explorers and scientists of their knowledge of the Sirius star system. The Dogons were able to tell us that Sirius was actually 3 stars. One of which was invisible. It’s only in recent times that we have been able to confirm this. How did the Dogons know? They claim that beings from that star system told them. Who’s to dispute that?

An artists interpretation of Ezekiel meeting Yahweh (God) and his description of the event. Reading it today, we can easily identify artificial craft being describe by Ezekiel

Legends and stories about “gods” and “demigods” alike spawn from ancient times. In recent times however, some of the “mythology” has been proven to have taken place, thanks to the finds of archaeological evidence.

The genealogy of the “gods” can be traced to people living today. A good example of which is our royal dynasties – the “blue bloods”, thanks to their rare blood type, which some researchers suggest originates “off-planet”. Ancient records tell us that the “gods” mated with our women, producing demigods. Some records even suggest that when the ‘gods’ returned to the heavens (the sky), they left the demigods to rule over their regions.

A detailed family tree of the Greek gods who “came from the heavens”. Ancient texts not only document their genealogy, but their quarrels, accomplishments and family feuds. (Right click and select view image to get full size)

The list of evidence in ancient times is virtually endless. But it’s ignored by most, if not all, branches of mainstream science, simply because it doesn’t fit in with their ‘logical’ reasoning. Instead, they insult our ancestors and designate these accounts to the realm of fiction and mythology. According to our scientists, our ancestors were mathematically intelligent, but had to concoct stories so their simple and “primitive” minds can have an understaning of the universe.

Ancient depictions of “gods” traveling in winged disks. Could these disks been interpretations of flying vehicles?

Evidence in recent times? Footage has appeared all over the world of strange, unidentified craft. Pictures too, but unfortunately, technology is readily available at the click of a button that can manipulate images and films. But it seems that no matter what footage or stills emerge, they’re all assigned to the hoax pile. Those cases that genuinely can’t be explained are ignored by our leaders and smart alecs. No one, it seems, that is in a position of good standing, wants to believe that life can exist anywhere other than here. They deny that aliens can travel here, simply because humans haven’t yet mastered or even created inter-stellar propulsion devices themselves. But if we were to judge life in the universe solely on the model of human progress on earth, then our universe would be a sad, unhappy place

In 1952, A fleet of white flying disks flew over the white house. Whistle blowers claim it was the Greys. Skeptics have tried to brush this under the carpet

Whistleblowers have come out and spoke of governmental and military co-operation with ET life. People have revealed what they knew about Area 51, what happened at Roswell, UFO’s disarming nuclear warheads and what they found on the moon. They’re assumed to be bonkers, off their rocker or in it for the money.

It seems to make some people uneasy… the thought of life elsewhere in the universe. It makes some people uneasy of the idea that the human race may not be as advanced as we’d like to think – that we’re still primitive by universal standards. But the idea of being alone in the universe makes others uneasy.

A man who used to work on a USAF base spoke of how a missile carrying a nuclear war head to the moon was disarmed by an unidentified craft

But what I’m trying to say is, think for yourself. Don’t rely on someone with a title to tell you how to think. Look for the evidence yourself and be free. No one is any greater or lesser than you are. In this universe we are all equal. We know that aliens have and continue to visit us to this day. Evidence points towards it. And no, they won’t openly land among us because the world as a whole is just not ready for that. Think about it like this. If aliens landed in your country, what would be your first reaction? Disbelief? Hostility? A call to arms? I can guess it would at least be one of those three. The sad fact is that we humans are too primitive in modern times. Our answer to everything is war and conflict. Their answer however is that of peace and love. For if they intended on destroying us, they would have done a long, long, time ago.

So, while it seems that official disclosure is just around the corner, the question is would then everyone be accepting of it?

Namaste đŸ˜€

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One response to “Is “Official” Disclosure Imminent?”

  1. Jason Fisher says :

    It seems clear to me that you don’t know what a ‘skeptic’ is, based on your posting’s phrase “skeptics close off their mind to everything”. True skepticism is not cynicism, it is total open-mindedness (including willingness to change your mind), with conclusions consistently being *evidence based* — see http://www.skeptic.com/about_us/manifesto for a longer and more thorough explanation of skepticism.
    If new evidence arises, a true skeptic will re-examine a conclusion. However, I have seen *no* solid evidence of ETs, in your posting or anywhere else, and I don’t think alternate theories are inherently more “zany” than that one. I would love to see some actual evidence, but so far it eludes me, and apparently the rest of the planet.
    If you are the one making the claim, you must also be the one providing the evidence. Disproving things like the existing of ETs is clearly impossible, but the burden of proof does not lie on the disprover, it lies on the one making the claim.
    So, show me the evidence. Otherwise, I call shenanigans.

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