UFO Conjectures

Thursday, September 10, 2015

An Internet Loony Bin

Gizmodo had a posting about Ceres' odd lights that media has reported upon lately:

http://gizmodo.com/we-can-now-see-ceres-mysterious-bright-spots-in-a-lot-m-1729568529

And here are the respondents' internet names, only one (perhaps) a real sobriquet.

MRLComedy
spiderseverywhere
GiveMeTheDaily
aec007
Spoutinwyze
showbiz2
Ejia: Lost in Kinja's Labyrinth
SquigleySquirel (who also added a photo of himself?)
dwarfgoat
thosetattoossuck
Qůigi
form_d_k
Murry Chang
cool_pro
techcore2
Tom_Has_Doubts
SkipErnst

Is it any wonder that sites dealing with odd things is ignored by sane people?

RR

Eric Wargo and The Great Unknown

If you think you're a brilliant expositor of UFOs and its attendant mysteries, let me disabuse you of that idea.

Hie thee to Eric Wargo's blog -- TheNightShirt.com -- where you will see edifying intellectualism and grand thinking on a scale unknown in UFO literature.

Eric's current posting -- Altered States of Reading (Part 1): VALIS, Vallee, and Vaal -- is an example of what "ufology" lacks.

He also alludes to ILLUMINATIONS: The UFO Experience as a Parapsychological Event [Paperback – August 17, 2015] by Eric Ouellet (Author), Jenny Randles (Foreword), Mr. Ouellet another UFO writer I hold in high esteem.

If "ufology" only consisted of thinkers/writers of this caliber, the "discipline" wouldn't be excoriated as it is.

RR