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Almost everyone in the UFO community believes overtly or
subliminally that the UFO phenomenon is extraterrestrial in nature, even those
who deny (vigorously) that they are open to other explanations for the enigma,
some on board here who feign obeisance to another explanation.
Hovering over or submersed within any UFO [UAP] dis- cussion
resides the latent ET format for flying saucers. And this from the beginning of
the saucer fad and before.
That book about UFOs during the 1920s (and in one by the
same team covering the 1800 era) details and shows reports wherein witnesses
stress that the mysterious things they spotted were not from this Earth.
Today the UFO ET overlay is ubiquitous, overwhelming, among
people who should know better.
The extraterrestrial patina encrusting the phenomenon can be
laid at the feet of the entertainment community: movies, TV, maga- zines, sci-fi
novels, and lately the supposedly objective but jaded journalistic elements.
Underneath some of the cautious fellows visiting here hide a shadowy tilt toward the ET scenario. It’s muffled but still tangible. (I
won’t name names.)
And notable drop-ins here, who pretend an open-minded stance
on the matter, offer whiffs of ET favoritism.
I myself keep a toe in the ET waters, even as I know that
alien visitors surely have more exciting or interesting cosmological places
inviting their visitations.
The ET suggestion has been pounded into our heads by so many diverse sources that it would be
unimaginable that we’d not be brainwashed.
But there it is: the stupor of alien visits in numbers so
grossly febrile that they beg the idea of madness as I often intone here.
Are UFOs ET craft? I don’t think so, but almost everyone I
know disagrees, openly or privately.