Those UFO-Humanoid Helmets!
After posting, recently, the James Ragsdale anecdote, noted in Kevin Randle’s new Roswell book, about the golden helmets he saw (and allegedly collected) from the bodies he says he stumbled upon during the supposed 1947 flying disk crash near Roswell in 1947, I was perusing Albert S. Rosales book, Humanoid Encounters: The Others Amongst us, 2000-2009 [Triangulum Rosales, 2015] and discovered that almost all of the reports Mr. Rosales gathered had witnesses who saw humanoids wearing uniforms and wearing helmets (of varying design and color).
Yes, I know that many of you discount such humanoid accounts, which often come from sensationalizing sources.
But, as there are so many recorded encounters, some of which have to be “real” in the hallucinatory, fabricated, or actual sense, I’m wondering why helmet wearing humanoids (ET-suggested or otherwise) show up so often in the rendered accounts.
Photographs and videos of human astronauts, more often than not, show those astronauts, while in their space vehicles (the defunct Shuttle or International Space Station) without headgear.
Even sci-fi movies and many comic book renditions of alien creatures are often without helmets, not all but many, so helmets are not a universal meme.
Yet, UFO reports, even outside of Mr. Rosales’ collections, have humanoids, seen inside and outside their assumed spacecraft, wearing headgear or helmets: e.g., Doreen Kendall , Carl Higdon’s Ausso , Herbert Schirmer , et al.
So, I ask, what causes UFO witnesses to note helmets on their visualized humanoids?
(The photo at the very top of this post comes from StumbleUpon.com)