UFO Conjecture(s)

Monday, February 20, 2017

Words I should live by, but don't.....



From my Facebook feed: A planet where any life could mimic ours?

From my Facebook feed: Quantum messaging (mentioned here often)

The 1993 Kelly Cahill "abduction" Case

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Eminent Australian UFO researcher Bill Chalker provides extensive details of an alleged UFO sighting and apparent alien abduction of a woman, Kelly Cahill, "near Narre Warren North, in the foothills of the Dandenongs, Victoria, between Belgrave and Fountain Gate, during the early hours of August 8, 1993."

The image above and the story appears here:


Mrs. Cahill relates that she saw a figure alongside the road:

"It started coming towards us, only slowly, and it had big red eyes. It sounds stupid, but it had great big round red eyes, like huge flies' eyes and they were red like, not like a reflection of red, but like burning red, like . . . fluorescent stop lights, I suppose, that sort of real burning red." [UFOevidence.org/Chalker]

TheNightSky.org has this drawing of entities related in the account:
And Mrs. Cahill, herself, has written a book about the purported encounter:
Another take on the incident can be read here:


Now many of you know I generally eschew UFO  "abduction" stories, but this one baffles me, as it does or did Bill Chalker, when he wrote his account. [See UFOevidence link above]

People who relate abduction events actually experience something that they interpret as an alien or extraterrestrial kidnapping (and more).

What that experience really consists of is open to question I think, and it's not an ET-oriented event.

Mrs. Cahill's encounter could be psychological or neurological. Note the smell of "vomit" that she remembered. The Psychiatric Dictionary [Fourth Edition, Hinsie/Campbell] on Page 805 informs that vomiting (the smell of, also) derives from an unconscious hostility to a repulsive condition, exampled by a mental approach, "I cannot stomach this situation."

I (and others) have promoted the idea that there is a substrata of sexuality that underlies abduction accounts.

But I'm not so sure that's true in all cases, this one being an exception perhaps.

Other witnesses to the event(s) confirm the sighting, and the "encounter" along with the UFO description bespeaks a paranormal experience or an actual extraordinary experience, such as contact with an inter-dimensional intrusion of some kind, unique but not impossible for those of us who believe in the existence of other dimensions/universes.

The case file is meaty and complex. One can't dismiss it, out of hand, as a delusion or hallucinatory event.


UFO sites and their abominable ads!

I went to The Black Vault via an Anomalist link and was stunned to see that fine site cluttered with sleazy ads.

Is John Greenewald so hard up for money that he has to mimic Paracast's Gene Steinberg by begging for funds, Greenewald's plea as blatant as Gene's, just less personal?

I'm surprised that UFO sites, such as Frank Warren's UFO Chronicles, Mysterious Universe., and dozens of other UFO venues, resort to crappy ads from which their owners can certainly be receiving a few pennies each month in exchange for a diminution of respect and credibility for the UFO information they impart.

I looked at Greg Bishop's Radio Misterioso site and found it free of such abominations: classy, witty, and full of unadulterated UFO information. (There were a few dopey photos, with my pal Paul Kimball, but that was the only mis-step.)

The UFO topic is iffy enough on its own. Does it need the addition of chintzy ads and the products or services promoted by (often notable) UFO buffs to take it further down in the cesspool of economic frivolity and grunge?

If some of you UFO fellows need a few bucks to survive, contact me. I'll send you a check. (Not you Gene; you've already milked the UFO crowd for an ungodly amount of cash that has been wasted or blown on personal exigencies.)

N.B. The image above came from http://www.deezar.net/