UFOs – – the bottom line, as far as I am concerned

My appearance on the Tracie Austin paranormal talk show on Sunday, November 11, 2018:

https://kgraradio.com/2018/11/05/lets-talk-paranormal-welcomes-norio-hayakawa/?fbclid=IwAR1CdNjf6PjI5QwU78au36pdfmAcp7GlItFo-CzVXC0bGdLPumKuF5hMa64

UFOs, Aliens & Underground Bases

Like the overwhelming majority of the world’s astronomers and scientists, I do not discount the possibility that we are not alone in the universe, even though we still have no definite evidence for it.

At the same time, however, the overwhelming, vast majority in the scientific community have been skeptical when it comes to UFOs as conclusive evidence that we have been (or are being) visited by physical aliens in physical alien spacecraft of any kind.  As far as I am concerned, the bottom line is that we have not yet been presented with any single globally accepted physical, tangible, solid, as well as irrefutable documentary evidence of such, so far.

And yet the UFO phenomenon seems to be real, according to researchers such as Dr. Jacques Vallee.

This is why I believe that the study of the UFO phenomenon definitely seems to have some intrinsic value.  Ufology is an important study and will continue to be so as long as the “UFO phenomenon” is not conclusively solved.

As I have stated time and time again, the subject of “UFOs” is the most important subject matter that I can think of because it involves everything and even seems to affect one’s worldview.

It is a fascinating study about human psychology and the role of “beliefs” that poses the question “what is reality?

Yes, “UFOs” have become a social, cultural and psychological phenomenon.  Some even say that such beliefs are much needed for some folks who may feel the urge to believe in something or something that gives them a sense of “hope” (in tandem with religious beliefs), especially in these troubling, uncertain age of global economic, social and political crises.

Add to all this the role of the Internet.

The Internet has revolutionized how information as well as misinformation can be accessed instantaneously.

For many folks among a segment of the society, the Internet has become a cesspool of totally unfounded “facts” created by hucksters and hoaxters so much so that even college-educated folks seem to fall into it.  Such hucksters and hoaxsters have become so skillful in their “art forms” that it is becoming harder and harder for many folks to distinguish what is true information and what is misinformation.

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2 thoughts on “UFOs – – the bottom line, as far as I am concerned

  1. On one hand, I have decided, largely based on the 1994 Rua, Zimbabwe UFO report (craft landing and occupants disembarking) witness claims, that we are being visited by another civilization with nuts and bolts craft. Given that, perhaps said craft and beings can at least appear to us as such; manifesting in our physical reality through unfathomable means of manipulation of the physics of time and space as we understand it.

    That said, my competing -or at least co-existing belief as a Christian- is that is that some, if not all sightings and experiences could be demonically produced to confound and deceive.

    Either way, In both scenarios I am speaking hypothetically about cases that unequivocally can not be attributed to having earthly origins. In this second hypothesis, the phenomena operates in a spiritual realm and may only appear as hardware, but in fact are not and therefore incapable of becoming so, muchless ever leaving behind physical evidence. One would have to come from an Abrahamic world view to accept this of course, which has its own show-me-the-evidence challenges, particularly in the UFO community it seems.

    Referring back to my Christian world view, I can accept the nuts-and-bolts hypothesis coexisting with my eschatological beliefs for a couple of reasons.

    First, there is no claim in the Bible that man is the only intelligent, sentient being in the universe. The Christian message is, as you know, that there is a plan for the culmination of human history as we know it. There is no mention that this plan includes all possible life forms that may potentially be inhabiting other parts of the universe created by God.

    In the end, I whole heartedly agree with you that the UFO phenomena is the greatest mystery anyone can ponder. Yet, outside the UFO community, however we define it, it tends to remain the proverbial “Elephant in the living room”.

    For example, I’m semi-retired and work part-time, but recently a small group of co-workers (younger women in customer service) were discussing the phenomena (unaware of my interest in the subject) and pulled me in to their impromptu conversation, asking my opinion. Because this is not the only such situation of its kind for me, I know therefore, that everyday people going about their daily lives must have this mystery on their subconscious. They may simply tend to avoid venturing out too far in thought over it out of fear or just consumed by the daily toil and distractions of life.

    At any rate, thank you for another insightful article, Norio.

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