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Monday, October 27, 2014
Yesterday I wrote an essay touching on this topic on societal follies that seems to be pertinent to this example:I wrote:"Much conjecture has been developed over the decades based on conceptual models that are variants of familiar stereotypes based on what appears to be the projections that are induced by the observers internal associations of a phenomenon that is “alien” whether it is time travelers from our own future, extraterrestrials in a dizzying amount of variety, robotic probes, dwarfs, pseudo Nazi’s, gremlins, etc. Naturally, the same applies to the appearance of the vessels whose variations are too lengthy to list here. Then there is the reinforcement of a cultural influence that predominates the 21st Century which is the saturation of entertainment as a focal point and counterbalance to the surface tensioning of contradictions inherent in civilization. An escape route or buffer if you like.All of this is underpinned for the human need for the magical or charismatic which, in turn, provides a basis for questions revolving around truth in relation to garden variety reality. The psychological component of societal influences is like the layers of the onion which on the surface creates imaginal fantasies that are reinforced by the effects of UAP. This sort of spiritual yellow journalism is propped up by a lucrative industry that sells inference and suggestion.At it’s most pronounced effects, we have dialectical materialism that is practiced by the Roswell adherents who have utterly failed to produce anything resembling a coherent scenario by reading the entrails of their fellow creatures behavior. Their material is sliced and diced so often that scenarios come and go like the seasons."
By Bruce Duensing, at Monday, October 27, 2014
Funny, I had a patient approach me last night asking me if it was possible for a UFO to be the size of the earth and be orbiting around the sun.Now I know the source for his question.
By Tim Hebert, at Monday, October 27, 2014
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