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I thought I had a book entitled SuperReality. I
don’t. I have Quantum Reality and other books with “reality” in the
title, but no Super – and the title Super Reality or SuperReality doesn’t
show up at Amazon, except in a variety of MP3 music offerings.
The reason for my search comes from the re-insertion of
Jacque Vallee’s suggestion, now picked up Diana Walsh Pasulka, that a sneaky
reality is the source of UFOs.
Our pals here, Dominick and Daniel think UFOs appear via ET
visitations, and I suppose others visiting here think so also.
But the real reality is this: Earth is a unique reality
unlike anything else in the vast Universe, perhaps.
What happened here, and happens here, doesn’t happen and has- n’t happened anywhere else in
the vast Cosmos that we seem to perceive.
When a former chum of mine invokes (errant) philosophical
bro- mides to try and explain UFOs, he is far afield in a non-sensible realm
that only applies to ramshackle cogitation applicable to Earth’s humans and
their evolutionary vicissitudes.
Another guy I know, applies a religio-psychological patina
to UFOs, which is interesting but has nothing to do with the UFO reality (or
even my lopsided view about UFOs being vehicles of the ancient gods,
reasserting dominance over humanity anew and still).
The idea that UFOs are current high-tech vehicles of the
U.S. or another major military player flies apart in the vast panoply of
sightings registered for millennia, or seems to be.
That article posted here the other day – about the
uniqueness of Earth and all of its activities, evolution, and history – can’t
be applied to possible life or civilizations extant somewhere else in our
Galaxy or the known Universe itself.
The desperation on the part of some fellows here for
answers from others – the government or self-appointed UFO insiders – is
con- cerning. No one knows or isn’t telling what is known, for sure (if there is
something “for sure”), about the phenomenon.
Such desire by pals here distresses: it reminds me of people
hoping for answers from a fortune teller or cult leader, as explicated by Diane
Sawyer in ABC’s show Friday night [3/11] about Heaven’s Gate and the
people who fell for that scurvy, insane ploy, and ended up dead in a mass
I’ve shorn myself of people who promote known charlatans,
like Whitley Strieber and I’m pointing fingers at my gang who are playing
footsie with Richard Doty, even after Kevin Randle (and others) point out the
man is a flotsam of disinformation and scalawag behavior.
It’s time to be rational, more than ever, with insanities
all over the place – Putin’s Russia, Trumpster anti-pandemic persistence and
other incongruities, and a UFO epidemic of mad assertions, even from those who
should know better.