UFO's & Paranorma
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by Paul Chen In the industrialized West, there evolved the prevailing Pseudo-religious dogma that human beings are at the centre of ‘G-d’s creation in the universe’. This dogma is the ideological motivation behind the on-going de-legitimization of the verfiable contact that people have had with Extraterrestrials (ETs). This apparent dogma has become the modern equivalent of the corresponding dogma, that “the world is flat”, which Church and other elites centuries ago used to champion.
Flying saucers are generally associated with UFOs , with that "U" in there standing for "unidentified."
From the day we are born into this world, we are being taught what our parents have been taught, and what their parents have taught them, without asking many questions such as who we are, why we are here, and why things are the way they are. Existential questions are simply perceived as irrelevant in a left-brained society; in which money and career performance seem to be the primary focus. For those who seek a reason, countless financed religious institutions claim to provide the ultimate answers and a securing spiritual identity. From cradle to grave, we are following the guidelines of what authority defines as a state-of-the-art system, in which “success” seems to begin and end within the running wheel of education, career performance, debt management and retirement. A vibrant economy is the ultimate priority of our global hierarchy.
Jun 22, Space & Earth/Astronomy An artists rendition of a protostar. Credit: NASA/ Caltech Astronomers have found a nascent star 750 light years from earth that shoots colossal jets of water -- a cosmic fire hose -- out its poles in bullet-like pulses.
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I Believe in UFOs documentary from the BBC features actor Danny Dyer as he investigates topics that include UFOs, aliens from beyond Earth, crop circles, and other paranormal phenomena. Dyer holds discussions with several expert researchers, authorities on UFOs, and individuals who report having mysterious and unexplained encounters that may have had extraterrestrial origins. The film I Believe in UFOs attempts to provide an even-handed presentation, interviewing people on all sides of the paranormal issue and balancing the ideas of those who believe in such occurrences with those who remain skeptical of them. Included in the film is fascinating footage of crop circles from 2009 and a display of discomfort by Danny Dyer during a spiritual session at ECETI with James Gilliland, a UFO enthusiast who has published testimonials from among the thousands of people who have visited his ranch and been witnesses to UFO sightings.
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George Adamski (April 17, 1891 – April 23, 1965) was a Polish -born American citizen who became widely known in ufology circles, and to some degree in popular culture, after he claimed to have photographed ships from other planets , met with friendly Nordic alien Space Brothers, and to have taken flights with them. The first of the so-called contactees of the 1950s, he was called a "philosopher, teacher, student and saucer researcher", though his claims were met with skepticism. [ 2 ] Adamski had written a best selling book titled Flying Saucers Have Landed detailing his experiences, co-written with Desmond Leslie . [ 3 ]
Peter David Beter (June 21, 1921 – March 14, 1987 [ 1 ] ) was an American attorney [ 2 ] and financier . [ 3 ] He ran for governor in 1968 in the Republican Party primary in the state of West Virginia (although he was formerly a Democrat ), but lost. [ 4 ] Politically, he was a staunch admirer of ex- Alabama governor George Wallace for his ethics; Beter also drafted Wallace as the American party candidate in 1973 but numerous republicans opposed such efforts. [ 5 ] Nonetheless, he later became a member of his Draft-Wallace committee. [ 6 ] [ edit ] Biography Beter is a native of Huntington , son of Lebanese immigrants who became grocers after coming to the United States in 1899. He graduated from West Virginia University and later got his Doctor of Juris degree in law from the law school of George Washington University . [ 7 ] [ 8 ] Beter practiced law in Washington D.C. from 1951 to 1961.
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