• Scientist-Astronaut Edgar Mitchell confirms the existance of UFOs

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on December 18th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell


    Scientist-Astronaut Edgar Mitchell dropped a bombshell speaking at the fifth annual X-Conference saying “there is extraterrestrial life, and that it’s being concealed by the United States government”.


    The conference is where a group of speakers discuss “the governmental, political and media aspects of 60+ years of extraterrestrial engagement and government denials. George Noory Coast to Coast AM radio show host and famous author and archaeologist Graham Hancock where among others to speak at the gathering.


    During Mitchell’s presentation he explained that, having grown up in Roswell, New Mexico, the site of disputed UFO crash in 1947. Mitchell says he and other members of his community were told by military authorities not to talk about it.  But witnesses  “didn’t want to go to the grave with their story. They wanted to tell somebody reliable. And being a local boy and having been to the moon, they considered me reliable enough to whisper in my ear their particular story.” Mitchell claims, they eventually want the story out, and he is viewed as a credible messenger because of his resume.


    “I urge those who are doubtful: Read the books, read the lore, start to understand what has really been going on. Because there really is no doubt we are being visited,” he said.


    “The universe that we live in is much more wondrous, exciting, complex and far-reaching than we were ever able to know up to this point in time.”


     Mitchell claimed he used his highly-regarded status to speak confidentially with a Pentagon admiral, who confirmed the UFO crash at Roswell. He claims he has since spoken to government officials from three different countries who say they have had contact with aliens. He is now calling for NASA and the government to stop hiding evidence of alien contact and start being honest with the American public.


    A NASA spokesperson responded saying that “NASA does not track UFOs. NASA is not involved in any sort of cover-up about alien life on this planet or anywhere else – period.”


    This information Mitchell has said before but different this time is the mainstream media has picked it up as while as cyberspace. Mitchell has set the Internet ablaze with articles, blogs, and forum discussion. One reporter said what is getting all of the attention is Mitchell is a man who is respected highly, and a national hero, has with a somber, straight face told the world without reservation that we have been visited by UFOs, aliens are real, and our government is indeed, covering up this information.


    “Our destiny, in my opinion, and we might as well get started with it, is [to] become a part of the planetary community. … We should be ready to reach out beyond our planet and beyond our solar system to find out what is really going on out there.” Mitchell has said.


    Mitchell as a Navy officer achieved a Doctor of Science degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. He also holds honorary doctorates from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, New Mexico State University, the University of Akron, and Carnegie Mellon University.


    On Britain’s Kerrang radio show on July 23, 2008, Mitchell told the world that the 500+ witnesses telling us that a UFO from another world crashed in Roswell, N.M, in 1947, were in fact, telling the truth, and that a government cover-up of UFO and alien information began at that time, and continues today. We have been visited by beings from other worlds a number of other times also, some of which he had insider knowledge of during his time at NASA. These events were also covered up. UFO proponents, of course, already took these events as truth, but now we know for certain.


    Host Kerrang said there is a big difference between believing something is true, and knowing for certain that it [does]. I want to believe that UFOs are real, Dr. Mitchell knows UFOs are real. In all fairness, we cannot forget that he also told us that a lot of the reports of UFOs are not extraterrestrial in nature, there are a lot of reports that are misidentifications of planes, stars, comets, balloons, etc, reported as UFOs, and of course, we have many hoaxes, faked photos and videos to blur our vision of what is real.


    There have been a number of well respected individuals who have told us similar things, and some of them may also have inside information, but none of them had the impact of Mitchell’s statement. Could it be the time of his announcement, coming on the heels of the O’Hare Airport sighting, the Texas sightings, and the ongoing UFO waves over Great Britain? Possibly, or could it be who he is, a famous Astronaut?


    “I happen to have been privileged enough to be in on the fact that we’ve been visited on this planet and the UFO phenomena is real,” Dr Mitchell said.


    Mitchell was part of the 1971 Apollo 14 moon mission. He is credited with the longest moonwalk in history for his nine-hour walk in the Fra Mauro Highlands region of the moon. Known for his interest in the paranormal, Mitchell conducted ESP experiments during his Apollo 14 mission.


    “Make no mistake, Roswell happened. I’ve seen secret files which show the government knew about it – but decided not to tell the public.” Mitchell said.

    In an exclusive interview on Oct 10, 1998 from his Florida home, Edgar told John Earls why he is convinced there is life on other planets and that aliens have, in fact, landed on Earth.


    As a former astronaut, the military people who have access to these files are more willing to talk to me than to people they regard as mere cranks.


    The stories I have heard from these people, who are more highly qualified than me to talk about UFOs, leave me in no doubt that aliens have already visited Earth.


    I’ve been interested in the subject since I joined NASA 40 years ago. Probably my most visionary moment was when I actually landed on the moon with Apollo 14.


    I felt an overwhelming sense that the universe itself is in some way a conscious being in its own right. This means that all life-forms, whether on Earth or elsewhere, are all part of one giant consciousness.


    So when I learned that aliens really do exist, I wasn’t too surprised. But what did shock me when I started investigating extra-terrestrial reports a decade ago is the extent to which the proof has been hushed up.


    Indeed, I’ve heard convincing stories about governments all over the world that know of alien visits – including the British government.


    Mitchell continued not all governments are anxious to keep their findings quiet. The Belgians have admitted that aliens may be out there and have released information about sightings that cannot be explained away as military planes, weather phenomena and so on.


    The whole question of extra-terrestrials should be looked at in an historical context. Five hundred years ago, the astronomer Copernicus was condemned as a heretic for saying that planet Earth wasn’t the centre of the universe but merely a small part of it.


    Now we laugh at those long-dead fools for not listening to the truth. People who believe in aliens aren’t all cranks and some may be looked upon in the future as visionaries similar to Copernicus. Meanwhile, the majority of us still believe mankind is the biological centre of the universe.


    We will refuse to accept that intelligent life exists outside Earth unless we personally bump into an alien while we’re doing the shopping. Is this attitude really any different from those “simpletons” of 500 years ago?


    My training at NASA only allows me to look at things scientifically. Even if I hadn’t been shown evidence of alien landings on Earth, the assumption must be that somewhere in the universe another planet is capable of supporting alien life.


    Those life-forms need not be “little green men”. The scientists’ definition of intelligent life is whether or not it can use and manage information. Even the most primitive microbes on Earth qualify by that definition, and surely there are at the very least similar microbes thriving on planets throughout the universe.


    I would describe myself as a cynic. I wasn’t convinced about the existence of aliens until I started talking to the military old-timers who were there at the time of Roswell. The more government documentation on aliens I was told about, the more convinced I became.


    I firmly believe that this documentation will have to be made public within the next three or four years. And if proof of ETs is finally made public, nobody will be happier than me.


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  • UFOs: If 19 Out Of 20, Therefore 20 Out Of 20

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on June 23rd, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    The fact is, as most UFO sceptics readily acknowledge, between 5 and 10 percent of all reported UFO incidents remain unidentified after investigation by those qualified to do so. This fact apparently excites the scientific, astrobiology, and SETI communities not one jot. Now I would maintain that a 5 to 10% level of hardcore UFO unknowns, over six decades on, worldwide, is a major scientific anomaly. It amounts to at least several thousand unexplained UFO incidents. I was under the impression that it was the role and duty of scientists to research the unknown, but apparently not when it comes to this subject.


    On the 26th and 27th of December 1969, the American Association for the Advancement of Science held a symposium on UFOs. The papers were edited by Carl Sagan and Thorton Page and published by Cornell University Press. One of the contributors was the late James E. McDonald*, an atmospheric physicist at the University of Arizona. McDonald’s basic theme was to send a rocket up the proverbial butts of the overall scientific community for their near neglect of what he (and many laypeople) consider to be one of the top scientific anomalies of the 20th Century (and now of the 21st as well) – Unidentified Flying Objects.


    Unfortunately, Dr. McDonald must surely be turning over in his grave because nothing has really changed since he presented that paper. Scientists and UFOs tend to party together in much the same way as oil and water mix.


    Now any scientist with an open mind, albeit even a skeptical mind, has to acknowledge that between five and ten percent of all UFO reports remain bona fide UFO reports after investigation and analysis by those qualified to do so. Let’s make life simple and say the bona fide UFO unknown rate is 5% (or 19 out of 20). Let’s call these the hardcore UFOs – the residue that has been sifted out from the larger picture. Now is the hardcore UFO glass 95% empty and evaporating (if 19 out of 20 of UFOs are explainable, then 20 out of 20 are) or is the hardcore UFO glass 5% full (if 19 out of 20 are explainable, then it’s just 19 out of 20 that’s been explained, full stop)?


    One of the main scientific arguments against UFOs being of any scientific interest is that if the substantial majority of UFO reports can be adequately explained (95%) then surely all could be if there was only sufficient information. Well, the USAF (as a typical government agency that was responsible for solving UFO sightings) had a category for ‘insufficient information’, as well as ‘possible’ this or ‘probable’ that. They also had a separate and apart category for ‘unknowns’. That is to say, they had sufficient information regarding a UFO sighting but hadn’t a clue as to what the object(s) were. That’s why they were tagged as ‘unknowns’. And that amounted to roughly five percent of all UFO sightings.


    Okay, 19 out of 20 UFO reports prove to have prosaic explanations. Therefore the twentieth one has one as well. Sorry, the logic just isn’t there. The first and most obvious argument is that the 20th UFO sighting has been singled out as being different because it is different. It’s like having one green apple in a basket of 19 red apples. If all you see on the surface are red apples, that don’t mean there’s not a green apple buried below, yet that’s what those who should know better conclude. Yet in reality you can’t conclude anything about the color of the apples out of sight in the apple basket until such time as you investigate and examine the color of all the apples present.


    Other examples where 19 out of 20 don’t equate of necessity to 20 out of 20: If you recover from the flu nineteen times in a row, that doesn’t mean you’ll recover the twentieth time. If the N.Y. Yankees will nineteen baseball games in a row, that doesn’t mean they’ll win number twenty. If you toss a coin and it lands heads nineteen times in a row, that’s no reason to believe the twentieth toss will be heads. Taking an example from real science, if 193 species of primates have fur, surely the 194th will have fur too. Alas, we’re the 194th – “The Naked Ape”.


    Here’s a bit of an experiment that helps demonstrate that the 20th case can be the odd one out. Say you want to find out if relatively nonporous solid objects sink in fresh water. So you have a large bucket of fresh water, and into that bucket you toss an ordinary coin; a lump of glass; a lump of coal; a rock; a plastic comb; a brick; a lump of gold; a diamond; a china plate; a ball bearing; some copper wire; a piece of bone; a bit of cloth; a bowling ball; a CD; some lead shot; an aluminum ingot; a large salt crystal and a clam shell. That’s 19 items – they all sink, therefore you conclude that the next solid item you toss in will also sink – an ice cube. Oops; it’s back to the drawing board.


    Of course the reluctance of scientists to come to terms with the bona fide UFO hardcore is really an issue central to the sociology of science. In particular, the negative findings of the University of Colorado (Condon Committee) report (1968) have been cited as a decisive factor in the generally low level of interest in UFO activity among academics since that time. That’s despite the fact that that report couldn’t adequately explain 30% of the UFO cases it investigated. Despite that historical anomaly, UFOs for better or worse acquaint to aliens and the ETH (extraterrestrial hypothesis). There’s something about aliens that translates into little green (or gray) men, fodder for the tabloids that has an overall aura as a ‘silly season’ filler when there’s no real news around. That’s not the sort of fodder scientists like to feed on.


    But these UFO unknowns don’t have to be of necessity something that equates to alien intelligence therefore the UFO ETH.


    Okay, maybe the hardcore UFOs are time travellers from our future – that’s one alternative. But then hardcore UFO unknowns aren’t clustered around significant historical events that would be must sees – the bread-and-butter of that time travel industry – to tourists and historians from our future.


    An early UFO ETH theory was that UFOs were actual living but non-intelligent organisms that lived in outer space but now and again would dip into our atmosphere. No biologist could actually explain how such creatures could survive, far less thrive, in the harsh conditions of outer space. So, fluffy critters from outer space without benefit of a spaceship aren’t a likely option.


    Some suggest that the hardcore represent some sort of totally new natural phenomena, except there’s no even theoretical underpinning for new natural phenomena, and after six decades, well that’s a total failure to come to terms with an easy way out of the hardcore mess. However, natural phenomena wouldn’t exhibit intelligent behaviour in any event, which the hardcore UFOs do. That’s why they often tend to be the hardcore. Yet, still there’s this observation about one UFO case studied by the University of Colorado under government contract to the USAF, headed by Dr. Edward Condon. The Condon Report, as it became known had this to say: “…this unusual sighting should therefore be assigned to the category of some almost certainly natural phenomenon, which is so rare that it apparently has never been reported before or since.” You’d think that would whet the appetite of any scientist eager to make a major discovery that leads to the road to Stockholm (and a Nobel Prize). Apparently that’s just not the case. Hardcore UFO sightings, even as an apparent natural phenomenon are taboo.


    Regardless, ET, space critters, time travellers, unknown natural phenomena, whatever, scientists cannot claim the hardcore UFO issue settled while those unknowns remain. They are derelict in their duty by ignoring them, hoping they’ll just ‘go away’. It’s not good enough for scientists to say ‘if 19 out of 20, therefore 20 out of 20, and go on their merry way washing their hands of the otherwise reality that that logic is faulty. They need to prove that assertion, not ignore it. Translated, they’ve got to put up or shut up. 


    Some might claim that it’s the alleged nature of the unknowns as claimed by the believers that puts the onus on them to prove their case. That would be so if they claimed the hardcore UFO unknowns were proof that UFOs were piloted by ET. However, while a few sprout that line (and if they do they should put up or shut up), a majority of pro-UFO people, believers if you will, just point to the unknowns as evidence (not proof – evidence and proof are two different things) that supports the UFO ETH. Unfortunately, if the UFO ETH is really true, proof of that tends to be out of the hands of the believers since if ET doesn’t want to be caught out, he/she/it won’t be – that’s the advantage of having advanced intelligence. You outsmart lesser intelligence. So the lesser intelligence needs the cooperation (or an unintended slipup – Roswell?) of the greater alien intelligence, and we’re not getting it. Of course if there is really no ET associated with the hardcore UFO residue, then that explains that. 


    But nearly all UFO believers just really believe that there’s a case to be answered for that lone 20th hardcore UFO event, regardless of what the explanation turns out to be. And the best people to find out that explanation(s) are scientists, yet scientists ignore the challenge as they did in Dr. McDonald’s day; as they continue to do well into the 21st Century.  


    *McDonald, James E.; Science in default: twenty-two years of inadequate UFO investigations; (in) Page, Thornton & Sagan, Carl (Editors); UFO’s: A Scientific Debate; Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York; 1972; pages 52-122.

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  • Seven Directions Custom Tours Announces New Tour From and To Space to Explore the Relationship with the Outer Space from Ancient Times to the Atomic Age, from UFOs to Space Tourism

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    Posted in UFOs on May 23rd, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    Santa Fe, New Mexico (PRWEB) April 30, 2013

    The clear skies over New Mexico have dazzled, intrigued and served as a vast science laboratory for centuries. This 9 night guided tour from Seven Directions Custom Tours travels through both time and space, from the ancient pueblo walls depicting astronomical events to the new Spaceport America where tourists will soon take flights into space.

    Offered from May through October, the intrigue begins when the group spends the night at the Hotel Andaluz where the infamous spy Harry Gold gave away information on the atomic bomb to the enemy.

    The tour starts with a tour of the Petroglyphs National Monument where the ancients painted and chipped a vast number of messages on the volcanic rocks, to continue with a visit to the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, part of the Smithsonian museums system, to learn about the history and technologies of the atomic era, a time when New Mexico played a critical role.

    The adventure continues at Chaco Culture National Historical Park, the site at the center of the Ancient Puebloans civilization where guests can admire the depiction of ancient astronomical events on the high canyon walls and learn about archaeo-astronomy and the influence of the skies and stars on the architecture and life of these people. After a close look to other rare examples of ancient paintings the drive continues to Los Alamos where the atomic bomb was created at the end of WWII.

    Santa Fe is renowned for its art and beauty but less recognized for its connections to the atomic era. It was in Santa Fe where the scientists and workers of Los Alamos traded in their identity to become a number and where secret documents were exchanged with details of the work going on “up there on the mountain” in Los Alamos.

    Also ghosts are part of the history of the oldest capital of the country and their stories will come alive during a private tour. Dinner is at the historic La Fonda Bar where then anonymous scientists, including J. Robert Oppenheimer, gathered for some time away from their hectic experiments.

    During the following days the itinerary take to the Very Large Array, a radio observatory with 27 parabolic dishes each 82 feet in diameter that contributed to the mapping of the Black Holes; to the Valley of Fire to walk among the volcanic rock valley created by an eruption 5,000 years ago and to Roswell, the UFO capital of the world.

    After a full immersion in UFO’s history and lore at the local museum another site, the Walker Aviation Museum, contribute to the extra terrestrial saga where those who believe in UFOs swear the aliens from the space craft that crashed at a nearby location were kept prisoners. This is also where the B-29 flights to Hiroshima and Nagasaki took off in August 1945.

    After a stop in Alamogordo for a visit to the Museum of Space and History rich of exhibitions and movies about space missions, the tour will continue up into the forest of the Sacramento Mountains for an overnight at a lodge that some say is haunted.

    Some relaxation at White Sands National Monument, the largest desert of its kind in the world, where one can hike and slide on the white dunes, then back to the atomic world at one of the most historic sites, Trinity Site, where the first atomic explosion took place on July 16, 1945. One month later the first bomb would be dropped on Japan. After a visit to an unusual museum of space memorabilia and a night in Las Cruces, Follow the Sun Team, the official tour operator for Spaceport America, will provide a tour of the stunning new buildings of the Spaceport, a place sure to be the focus of even more worldwide attention as the first space tourists take flight in the near future.

    A breathtaking journey like no other designed to discover the unusual attraction different people had with the space above New Mexico.

    For further information and media inquiries: Patrizia Antonicelli – Tel.505.820.3305

    About Seven Directions Tours:

    Seven Directions | Cultural and Sustainable Tours has established itself as one of the finest sustainable tour operators in the Southwest. They facilitate exceptional tours that create a memorable and authentic experience that is relaxing and profound in every respect. Seven Directions Tours caters to a wide-ranging audience that seeks a hands-on experience by putting them in touch with the landscape and the people. Clients learn salient information in the comfort of a tour they can customize. Seven Directions Tours can accommodate large and small groups, and individuals. They also specialize in Fly & Drive programs that clients can take on by themselves. To learn more about Seven Directions visit them at http://www.sevendirections.net

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  • Are Our Skies Being Deliberately View Blocked- UFOs?

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on May 14th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    Are Our Skies Being Deliberately View Blocked?-UFOs?

    When I first noticed the blocking of our skies from their correct views, I thought I was crazy. I then began to research and found that many persons worldwide are witnessing this deception. I’ve been warning about deceptions in my October 2010 astrological forecast. You can read those articles at www.articlesbase.com

    Planes, jets and other human made sky vehicles are repeatedly told that they can’t fly in certain areas. Why restricted? Youtube features what appear to be UFO’s or portals which suddenly appear (often with clouds) and suddenly smaller UFO’s shoot from or into these portals (clouds?). A pilot flying into the Bermuda Triangle saw clouds which formed into a “funnel” and “shot” him hundreds of miles away from the Triangle. He could only remember seeing the clouds (living consciousness? form into the funnel (portal?). It’s funny how much of this information is in the Bible but most of us think that we’re way too smart to look to the Bible for such answers (Exodus 24:16-18; Psalm 104:1-10, 25-27; Revelation 1:7; Read all of Exodus Chapter 14-the Cloud of Deliverance). The one good thing I read about some of these UFO’s is that they interfer with Nuclear War Advancement. I honestly believe that if left unchecked, we humans who destroy ourselves and this planet.

    I always thought the “planes barred from flight” during the High Priest’s 2008 USA visit seemed strange. The unidentified blue sky light during the President’s Norwegian visit raised concerns. Extremely Strange Cloud Formations, and the UFO which shut down flights at a Chinese Air base, with a recent editorial on trails raises much concerns. The Internet continues to warn of UFO’s and strange planets, stars, and lights in the sky.

    I’ll let you do your own research to determine if and why our sky/space view is being deliberately blocked. Here’s an article/email written by Sherry Shriner on the subject:

    2. the sky…
    Date: Thu Oct 7, 2010 6:22 pm ((PDT))
    ok so it’s so fake…

    I was out at the football field tonight and noticed at sunset there were 8
    chemtrail planes above the sun trying to drown out the area behind it. The
    trails would dissolve as soon as they were sprayed and the ‘drones’ would
    just pop up…they never ‘arrive’ they just appear out of
    nowhere…sometimes it’s mil planes, other times it’s just alien drones disguised as planes.
    What I saw tonight were the alien drones.

    Then it’s dark, sky is crystal clear….and NO MOON???? NO STARS??? it was
    a clear night…no clouds in the sky at all…just one star in the
    east….and I couldn’t tell if it was Jupiter or Shema.

    So let’s say it was Shema..the only star in the sky??? They’re blocking
    everything else out so we can just see SHEMA?

    me thinks they’re getting ready to pull something, so all we see is Shema
    and them arriving from it or something…

    I don’t know how they’re doing it, but they’ve got some kind of dome over
    our atmosphere and they can block us out from seeing the moon and stars.

    get ready for the deceptions folks, they’re going to be good.

    This article can be freely edited and utilized as long as credit is given to its author (Gary Colin).

    Gary Colin is Author of, “Bible Symbolism What It Means To Your Salvation (ISBN 1-4241-0152-2)” http://garycolinastrologicalasscension.webs.com

    All articles can be freely edited and utilized as long as credit is given to Gary Colin. Contact Author for complete articles.

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  • UFOs: What A Load Of Rubbish!

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on April 26th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    Pro-UFO (as in supporting the UFO extraterrestrial hypothesis) and ancient astronaut buffs are happy to claim evidence for extraterrestrials having been, or even now are, as just plain folk, tourists, scientists, colonizers, whatever, sharing with us this Third Rock out from the Sun.  Now a logical objection to this scenario is that there’s no obvious extraterrestrial detritus or garbage sites (kitchen middens) or ruins, etc. they left behind. There’s no fossil evidence for any non-terrestrial critter or of the mythological and possible extraterrestrial hybrids (like centaurs, the sphinx or mermaids). There are no skeletons of E.T. itself thus far uncovered. We’ve yet to find the burial remains (if any) of the alien Cyclops.


    That’s not to say there aren’t some pretty weird fossils in the geological record – within the strata of the rocks – but nothing that ultimately can’t be interpreted in terrestrial and Darwinian evolutionary terms. Trilobites were terrestrial.


    Of course as any palaeontologist is happy to point out, what fossils we do have amount to a tiny fraction of those still existing within the geological rock record; all fossils (discovered or not) are but an incredibly tiny fraction of all those critters (including plants) that once upon a time got fossilized. Of those that got fossilized, many remain buried, but many have since been destroyed by natural forces; that subset, all those potentially undiscovered fossils, or fossils that no longer exist, are in turn but a super ultra tiny fraction of all critters who have ever lived and died. Most (nearly all) critters when they die serve as food for something else, even if just bacteria. They get biodegraded in one way or another – dust-to-dust and ashes-to-ashes. Translated, the odds that one lone (out of trillions) Joe Trilobite will ever have been fossilized discovered and ultimately grace a museum display is astronomically against. So, that would have to apply to E.T. as well. There might well exist buried in the ground some bona fide E.T. artefact, even an E.T. itself, but that does nobody any good if that artefact remains buried or more likely as not, has been destroyed over geological eons by various and destructive natural geological processes.


    In summary, if any such extraterrestrial artefacts and fossils exist, they are so few in number, so eroded and weathered and buried and biodegraded that the proverbial-needle-in-the-proverbial-haystack is easy pickings by comparison. If anyone is familiar with the History Channel’s documentary series “Life After People”, infrastructure when left unattended to the mercy and forces of nature and ravages of time don’t last or survive all that long before crumbling to dust. It’s said that ‘man fears time, but time fears only the pyramids’. However, even so, it’s obvious that time has in fact taken its toll on those ancient wonders atGizainEgypt. In another 50,000 years, even if ten times that, even the pyramids will have been recycled back to sand as the wind and rain and pollution and earthquakes do their destructive things.


    Still, maybe an amateur archaeologist or palaeontologist or just plain lucky prospector or individual who happens to look at the right spot at the right time might stumble onto the find of the century – E.T. Actually it would be the find, not just of the century, but of all time.


    Those same natural geological forces and biological agents would also strut their natural recycling and breakdown stuff on E.T.’s waste. But, in addition, E.T. can and does have the option of removing their detritus off the planet. One also needs to ask; would we of necessity recognize and distinguish E.T.’s rubbish from all other forms of human rubbish? Would there be any obvious differences that would suggest extraterrestrial rubbish is somehow different from human rubbish? If we wouldn’t immediately jump to a conclusion that a metal bolt we found was extraterrestrial, would we then go to the trouble and submit it to complex analysis, analysis that would be required to confirm that this rubbish wasn’t ordinary rubbish but extraordinary rubbish?  Lack of E.T.’s garbage is not evidence of a lack of E.T.


    The lack of extraterrestrial rubbish dumps and artefacts could well be that E.T. cleaned up after themselves (unlike prone-to-litter humans on which a lot of human prehistory is based – excavations of our ancient garbage dumps, technically called kitchen middens, etc.). The E.T. ‘gods’ (ancient astronauts) took all of their stuff with them when they left, including the end products of their genetic experiments (apart from their ultimate final product – we humans and our hominoid ancestors which had died out on their own), the hybrid half & halves (like the Minotaur) of our mythology.


    Unless we humans start launching our garbage into space, say the ultimate incineration in the solar furnace; well let’s just say that option is going to increase waste disposal rates several thousand fold and therefore isn’t a realistic option – for us. Therefore, we have little option but to use Planet Earth as a garbage dump – much to the delight of archaeologists who base much of ancient human history on just such detritus. But of course, as noted earlier, time, natural forces and biological agents ultimately deal with most forms of human waste – solid, liquid and gaseous.


    There’s yet another solution to a lack of E.T.’s rubbish. A technologically advanced E.T. is probably equally advanced in recycling technology. If you undertake interstellar voyages you’d better be damned efficient at recycling. Anyway, I don’t recall anyone in ‘Star Trek’ for example leaving behind their litter – an artifact, maybe like a book onChicago’s gangsters yes, but not rubbish! Even that book was a violation of the Prime Directive! E.T. would pay closer attention to rules and regulations.


    Whether extraterrestrial artefacts have been eroded away by time or whether the aliens nearly removed or recycled their detritus, any and all remaining physical evidence as interpreted as evidence for E.T. is therefore evidence from our more modern eras, not the geological past. That evidence might be contained within human mythology or human archaeological relics that depict in one way or another the ‘gods’, entities that could be alien beings – figurines, artworks, monuments, etc. or the half & halves hybrids (like the stone monument of the Sphinx that rests near the trio of those great but crumbling pyramids on the Giza Plateau in Egypt). However, any archaeologist worth his or her salt will tell you that these are all the works of humans – works by man. Some out-of-place artefacts have been discovered but while anomalies or curiosities, they aren’t so totally extraordinary as to make a solid case for the existence of aliens. But, in conclusion to that observation that all roads that point to extraterrestrial ‘gods’ were paved by humans, well, absence of direct evidence linking extraterrestrials on Earth isn’t the same as evidence of extraterrestrials absence on Earth.


    But speaking of artifacts related to E.T. or ancient astronauts, there have been lots of authors, quite apart from Erich von Daniken, who have made careers out of pointing out archaeological evidence suggestive of E.T. Now clearly much of that is embellishment and wishful thinking and often plain nonsense, but, as most of life’s little mysteries are, this isn’t an either/or situation. There are many shades of gray here and I’ve seen quite a few artifacts, especially images, that are quite suggestive of an E.T. in our past, and of course if past tense, why not present tense? Now throw in that mythology to complement the archaeology…


    Finally, consider your own environment – home, work, community. Within that sphere that you exist in for the most part, what proof do you have that meteors exist? Has any meteorite landed in your back yard; crashed into your place of employment or for that matter anywhere within your day-to-day environment? What about an aircraft? You see these strange flying objects all the time yet you find no artifact of them, an artifact falling to earth in your back yard, your place of employment, or within your community. You probably have no actual physical piece of evidence to prove meteors or aircraft exist. It’s all just an eyewitness reality on your part. Of course if you claim to see a ‘shooting star’ or a Boeing 747 fly overhead; no one is likely to rubbish your sighting. So, can we rubbish UFOs just because there are no artifacts to be conveniently had, rather just eyewitness testimony in the main?


    And so, based on your own patch of turf, you have as much in the way of artifacts for E.T. as you have for meteors or airplanes (unless you have been unfortunate enough to really anger the gods and have a plane or meteorite land on your roof).


    But wait, what about that July 1947 UFO crash atRoswell,New Mexicoand other alleged incidents involving UFO crashes? Unfortunately, even if true, the aledged extraterrestrial artifacts are not in the hands of the open and above board scientific community. There’s no peer reviewed papers in scholarly journals on the studied remains. There’s no literature full stop in existence that isn’t controversial. The alleged artifacts aren’t on display in museums. Only the need-to-know elite have access, and they’re not talking. So,Roswellis a yes, but as proof positive, it’s a no – at least so far.


    However, there are modern UFO artifacts of sorts. In geology, not all fossils are bones or shells. In fact not all fossils are even remains of living things, but rather events. For example, there are fossilized rain drop impressions in now solid rock; ditto ripple marks. But with respect to former living creatures, there are fossils of just their burrows, and more frequently, just their footprints. A UFO ‘footprint’ is akin to a ground trace left behind after a UFO landing, like say the Socorro,New Mexicolanding on 24 April 1964 as witnessed by local police officer Lonnie Zamora. Magnetic traces left behind on metal objects like automobiles or physiological effects incurred on human (or plant and animal) tissue is something else that can be dealt with and analyzed in a laboratory. So, in one manner of speaking, there are UFO ‘artifacts’.


    So hunting for UFO or ancient astronaut artifacts, is akin to the old needle-in-a-haystack quest. But that’s something scientists employed in the scientifically legitimate Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence (SETI) quest can identify with. That needle/haystack argument is their fallback position when SETI scientists are pressed or pressured into explaining why they haven’t themselves detected E.T. (albeit out there and not here) in over five decades of searching the heavens for that artificial radio beam or optical beacon. They would state, and rightly so, that absence of evidence is not the same thing as evidence of absence. And so that pithy saying too assists in coming to terms why UFOs (and ancient astronauts) are not rubbish. Absence of E.T.’s garbage is not the same thing of necessity as evidence of E.T.’s absence.

    Science librarian; retired.

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  • Tracking UFO’s Around the World

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on April 8th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    It is very hard to imagine that earth is the only living planet in this whole galaxy and the ones beyond that. Aliens have been a part of every culture, even the Egyptian pyramids have pictures of so-called “extra terrestrials’ with big heads and sticks in their hands that look like modern day guns. “UFO” or the” Unidentified Flying Object” is an enigma in itself, throughout the world there are frequent reports on UFO sightings. Most importantly, there are people who have come up with the photographs of flying objects that do not match the flight pattern of any man-made aerial vehicle. Some of the pictures are completely authentic and all this evidence has created a major belief in people that aliens do exist and they visit our planet on a regular basis. Some of the most popular UFO sighting s is being discussed below.

    • Kecksburg: this incident occurred on December 5 of 1965 and was witnessed by people all over from Kecksburg, Pennsylvania. The witnesses said that they saw a flying object on fire land in the woods in the area and from the crash appeared a four-pointed star. However, some of the locals who reached the crash area before police reported seeing a bronze clad “acorn” shaped object emerge from the crash. The US military later said that there was nothing found in the woods, leading the people to believe, that something mysterious happened at the crash site.

    • Aurora, Texas: In the year, 1987 people at Aurora, Texas saw similar flying object that crashed in the woods after hitting a windmill. Locals suggest that the government officials have collected “Alien life forms” from the crash site. The UFO enthusiasts want to know more about the findings in the crash site but Government officials are not ready to divulge any details and they like to cover the incident.

    Ufology has many takers, but until someone comes with a solid proof, there is no way to prove the theories, no matter how true they seem. “Project Blue Book” has actively participated in UFO investigations throughout the United States and there. Hopefully, with the rise of such organizations we shall soon find out the truth about the UFOs some time very soon. Come to

    Come to http://www.ufoidentified.com and have a look at the various news and updates on the recent UFO sightings from around the world.

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  • Kite lights look like UFOs

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    Posted in UFOs on March 31st, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    Some of the qualities of acceptable kite lights cover the following; Color changing; it is one affair to accept kite lights that appear in altered shades and colors, it is something abroad if they change colors already they accept been flown. It is entertaining, abnormally for kids who adulation kites. This has afflicted aero plane aerial into a amusement that can be done at any time; abnormally at night. Ensuring that the patterns of the lights are altered too makes them absorbing for the children. There are kite lights lovers of all ages too so the patterns should be limitless. Consider the voltage of the kite lights back this will actuate the breadth of time of the animated of the kite lights. It wills actuate the accuracy of the lights if they are animated as well; and this will be absorbing and beautiful.

    Most kite lights will charge batteries for lighting; ensure that you are application acceptable superior batteries for the lights as able-bodied back you do wish them to be on as continued as possible. Ensure that the kite lights are ablaze and simple to handle back they will not be anatomic if they are not ablaze in weight. LED lights save power, so ensure that you accept ability extenuative kite lights. Having LED lights will save you a lot of money back you will use batteries for a best time than the approved lights. Also, you will blow in the anticipation that you are extenuative the planet by extenuative the accustomed assets from abortive depletion. If possible, use batteries that can be recharged and even added those that can be recharged application solar power. You will not be crumbling any accustomed assets and you will not be contagion the apple in the process.

    The weight of the kite lights will actuate the all-embracing weight of the aero plane and its functionality as well. It is accepted ability that you will not be able to fly an aero plane if your kite lights are too abundant for the kite. These are the considerations you charge to accept in apperception if you are authoritative the aero plane for yourself and acclimation the lights for yourself. Consider the amount of the kite lights. The added busy the kite lights are, the college the amount will be. You wish to accomplish abiding you are blockage aural your budget. LED lights appear to be cheaper than the approved kite lights so abreast from extenuative the planet, you will be application little money.

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  • Fads And UFOs

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    Posted in UFOs on March 1st, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    A fad is a temporary fashion – a flavour of the month. Fads come, and fads go. For example, the big band/swing era; white wall tires and tail fins; hula hoops and yo-yos; the Charleston and the Twist; disco music, pet rocks, slicked back hair (greasy kids stuff) and wearing baseball caps on backwards; westerns on TV and the silver screen have mostly ridden off into the sunset; goldfish swallowing; miniskirts, bellbottom trousers and hot pants; and lots more. A fad can be anything that you adopt as a cultural value-adding to your lifestyle that sets you apart from the community at large, yet keeps you reasonably associated as being a part of your contemporaries, but which you could drop from your lifestyle if you wished or if you were required to. It’s often the next ‘must have’ gadget that you just can’t live without (so you are told), but which will be superseded in a year or two by the next ‘must have’ gadget Mark II.


    Non-fads are anything that are personal choices yet are also really essential to your day-to-day existence – so a thing like eating isn’t a fad. Sex isn’t a fad. Social interactions aren’t a fad. Even bicycles aren’t faddish because they have become an overall essential, tried and true ways and means of transport. Or, non-fads could be anything that an outside reality clobbers you over the head with, like the weather, death and taxes!


    To repeat, fads are temporary phenomena, only briefly imprinting themselves on our collective psyche before the next big thing comes along. What’s the duration of a fad? There’s no fixed time frame – clothing fashions can change drastically from one year to the next; the influence of a blockbuster TV series or a motion picture, or say toys – maybe over several years. TV series don’t normally last more than one generation, usually far less. So, I’ll pick an average of one generation, on the grounds that the next generation don’t want to imitate or do like their parents did. They’d rather do their own thing in their own way. Kids born in the 1980’s aren’t likely to get to misty-eyed and nostalgic over Elvis and the Beatles and “I Love Lucy”.


    Well, UFOs (and crop circles) are both way over a generation old now. UFOs in fact are over three generations old by now and going strong. That in itself suggests to me that UFOs are not a mere passing fad, but reflecting a reality that’s something more permanent or ongoing.


    Fads and non-fads appear in all manner of genres. There are fads in sports, say in baseball where for a while the accent is on power and homeruns, yet a decade later it’s the hit-and-run, the sacrifice bunt or fly, walks, and base stealing. Yet a non-fad in baseball is throwing strikes and not making defensive errors.


    What about science? Unlike say ‘cold fusion’, SETI (the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence) is not a scientific fad; it’s gone on way too long for that. The man-on-the-Moon (Apollo) program however proved to be just that – a temporary blip on the landscape. Science graduates often have to choose career paths based on that’s likely to be non-faddish, long-term science. For example, string theory has been a reasonable career path for physics students for many decades now, so string theory can no longer be considered a passing fad in physics.


    One thing is pretty clear – participation in a fad is something voluntary. So, crop circles, if all are manufactured by humans, would have to be faddish, were it not for the long duration of the phenomena. If crop circles, at least in part, have nothing to do with human proclivities to hoax others, then there’s no fad. UFO hoaxes are faddish; immediately jumping to conclusions of alien spaceships when seeing just a light in the sky is voluntary. But, if bona fide alien UFOs are a reality, then seeing one isn’t voluntary and UFOs therefore aren’t a fad.


    The bottom line seems to be, if it proves to be ongoing, without any prior cultural background infrastructure, it’s not a fad. If it’s likely to die out within a generation or so, and it can be explained as a natural progression of what culturally has come before, then it’s a fad.


    So, are UFOs (and say crop circles) a passing fad? Are UFOs all in the mind, something we adopt as a temporary way of assisting us coping with current reality, perhaps a novelty to give us respite from the ordinary? Are UFOs a reflection of our existing culture, say as expressed via Hollywood themes? Or, are UFOs like the weather – ever present and hammering that point home to us? Does Hollywood reflect the actual presence of UFOs in their themes, or are films perpetuating them in a faddish sort of way? 


    The origin of the UFO phenomena, if one is to believe the idea that UFOs are all in the mind, was due to the onset of the Cold War, and hundreds of Hollywood films in the fifties played up to the red menace threat, often in the guise of alien invasions (can you recall that catch phrase ‘look to the skies’?). So, if UFOs are a fad, shouldn’t they have died out after the end of the Cold War and the demise of the red menace – reds under the beds? Whatever the origin of UFOs actually was, it does seem to be an origin independent of any cultural influences and no reasonable attempt to culturally explain them, and maintain their presence for over six decades, appears adequate. 


    Whatever bona fide unexplained UFOs are, they certainly aren’t a fad, rather an ever ongoing phenomenon that’s part and parcel of our environmental background, cause or causes unknown, but probably extraterrestrial IMHO.

    Science librarian; retired.

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  • [UFOs File] Roswell Final Declassification NEW+ UFOs Alien Documentary 2014

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    Posted in UFOs on February 25th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    The Roswell UFO incident took place in the USA in 1947, when an airborne object crashed on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico, on July 7, 1947. Explanations of…

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  • Paranormal Ufos

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    Posted in UFOs on February 14th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    If you take a look around, you can’t help but see that our world is full of strange things both scary and awesome. Unexplained phenomenon happens all around us. Every culture has stories of invisible entities, psychic powers, and magic. Whether in rural or urban areas, you’re sure to find sorcerers, healers, and the like. Even sightings of vampires and nature spirits make the local news at times. One can’t ignore the fact that even some of the experience’s of these events are skeptical of what’s happening. While hardcore proof of the nature of the phenomenon remains elusive, the fact remains. . . these events are taking place on a daily basis. But the question is, what is the truth of the nature of these phenomenon? If someone can answer this, then they’d have the “Holy Grail” of the paranormal in their hands.

    The scientific skeptics propose using critical reasoning to the claims. That is, investigating them from a purely rational method. The believers say you have to go beyond the current ability of mankind in order to arrive at any truth about the matters at hand. The skeptics say Occam’s Razor is best for investigating all paranormal claims since so many turn out to either misunderstandings, misinterpretation of natural events, or down right hoaxes. And while there are some on the believing side that share the use of Occam’s Razor, most are willing to “jump” on board if there seems to be the slightest hint of possibility that their beliefs will be confirmed by an event. Is there (or maybe a better way of phrasing would be “Can there be”) a middle ground for both camps? Couldn’t the Ufology community benefit from more scientists gathering data and sharing it in a rational manner? Wouldn’t that keep more people that are into the paranormal more grounded? Couldn’t the scientific community benefit from Ufologists pushing them to think “outside the box” more? Wouldn’t that enable them to make more discoveries?

    Years ago, esoteric studies had distinct categories: UFO’s, Cryptozoology, Paranormal (i.e. ghosts) and so on. Now those lines are more blurred than they once were. Bigfoot, Nessie, demons, ghosts, UFO’s, alien abductions, etc., are all beginning to come under the umbrella of ‘The Paranormal.’ It’s an effort by some to try and connect the dots and say they’re all related. Whether or not they’re related, it’s a fact that the subject matter is considered pseudoscience by the mainstream. And that doesn’t look like it’s going to change in the near future. The topics don’t find any support even in scientific literature much less in academic “table talk”. But there is strong evidence that more is going on than just anomalies in natural occurring events. The only thing that doesn’t create a controversy is by stating that UFO’s are controversial. Anything past that into the nature and reality of them generally only spurs ridicule and/or heated arguments. So we have a bit of a dilemma. We have thousands of reports each year of the paranormal which we could include as UFO’s, strange creatures, and invisible entities or psychic occurrences. These reports come from people from all walks of life and the whole range, it would seem, of demographics. But, we don’t have one scrap of evidence that would hold up in any court. Thus is the paradox of the paranormal. So we keep looking and keep investigating, but never do we find the actual “smoking gun”. At the end of the day we’re left with a question. The question. Do we believe, or do we not believe?

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