by Norio Hayakawa, July 22, 2020
We may not be alone in this universe. But what does it really mean?
It all depends on each person’s interpretation of this statement.
“We are not alone” could mean different things to different people. It’s all about terminology.
Some folks who are skeptical about the existence of space aliens may still believe that God, angels and demons exist in this universe, physically or otherwise. So, in that sense they could also say that “we are not alone”.
(I am in this category since I am a firm believer in the existence of a Supreme Being – – God, the Creator)
I also concur with the vast majority of the world’s scientists and astronomers who seem to accept the possibility that since there are billions and billions of planets circling the billions and billions of sun-like stars within the billions and billions of galaxies in the undescribably huge universe(s), there has to be intelligent life somewhere there and that we are probably not alone, even though we still do not know for sure.
But when it comes to UFOs, the same vast majority seem to be skeptical that we have ever been (or are being) visited physically. I agree with them again.
To me it takes more than a tremendous leap of faith to conclude that UFOs represent just such physical visitations to our Earth.
Yet the UFO phenomenon itself seems to be real.
But is it a definite proof that we have been (or are being) visited by physical extraterrestrial entities in physical extraterrestrial spacecraft? So far, we haven’t seen any definite proof of this.
Should we start to look beyond the physical ETH (physical Extraterrestrial Hypothesis) origin of this strange, illusive phenomenon?
Yes, according to both Dr. J. Allen Hynek and Dr. Jacques Vallee both of whom seemed to have expressed their belief that the genuine UFO phenomenon itself has existed since time immemorial.
My personal interepretation is that the phenomenon seems to be definitely real to a “pre-selected” observer or a “pre-selected” group of observers.
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The UFO phenomenon seems to “pre-select” its observers !!
But what does “real” really mean? The definition of “reality” has become my main interest.
I am open to the speculation that the UFO phenomenon could be a temporarily manifested, “seemingly” materialized intrusion into our physical dimension by what I describe as sentient, paraphysical entities that seem to dwell in a parallel dimension that co-exists with us.
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Are aliens visitors from outer space? Or, are they interdimensional tricksters of old?
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6 thoughts on “We may not be alone in this universe – – but what does it really mean?”
The last paragraph in your entry sums it up perfectly for me as well. I have one comment and one question I wish to pose to you (if you get a chance to respond that would be great!)
First, It would be great to hear your take on last week’s three-hour interview with George Knapp and Jeremy Corbell on the Joe Rogan show (episode # 1510). With regards to subject of Skinwalker Ranch, I think that the confluence of monsters, aliens, UFO’s, Big foot and other reported paranormal activity (and next to zero credible evidence) seems like it could make the case that this is either all demonic activity, or an on-going hoax, as SWR seems to be a convenient one-stop-shop for all things strange. I personally have no interest in that place. Much of the interview however featured Knapp giving what I thought was a great exposition on why he finds Bob Lazar a credible person in spite of the consensus that there are some troubling “speed bumps” in Lazar’s background that have to be contended with.
Secondly, what do you think of Phillip Klass and the “Curse” he left to his critics? I ask you this because a few weeks ago Richard Dolan really pulled out all the stops attacking the character of the “debunker” Phil Klass. I’ve never heard Dolan get so personal like that, especially concerning one who is no longer even here. I wasn’t studying the UFO subject when Klass was still around, but I find his “Curse” to so far prove prophetic. Was he just lucky or was t something else? Here is the “curse” for easy reference sake:
THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF PHILIP J. KLASS
To ufologists who publicly criticize me, … or who even think unkind thoughts about me in private, I do hereby leave and bequeath: THE UFO CURSE:
No matter how long you live, you will never know any more about UFOs than you know today. You will never know any more about what UFOs really are, or where they come from. You will never know any more about what the U.S. Government really knows about UFOs than you know today. As you lie on your own death-bed you will be as mystified about UFOs as you are today. And you will remember this curse.
Thanks, David, for your excellent thought-provoking comment as always!
I have never been a big fan of the Skinwalker Ranch investigations, for some reason or other.
Anything is possible, as far as I am concerned.
I have always had a high respect for the late Philip J. Klass.
He was a very fine, polite, kind and humble person who, when it came to the UFO phenomenon, had a very strict set of parameters for tangible, irrefutable evidence. For this, he was attacked by many Ufologists. Thanks for pointing out that Richard Dolan recently pulled out all the stops attacking the character of the “debunker” Phil Klass.
Thanks so much for posting Phil Klass’s LAST WILL AND TESTMENT.
It’s a very important item. He could definitely be right on this. I agree with you that this is prophetic in many sense of the word.
I would call this a “klassic act” in the truest sense of the word!!
As a Muslim, the UFO phenomena is just a plot of Satan [Who is of the species type JInn – a creation of God that live on Earth but dwell inanother dimension but are capable of materializing into our humanly dimension – however their materialization is not very common as from my knowledge it requires a lot of energy from the to be able to do this], the purpose of the Devil is to encourage mankind into becoming undutiful to the supreme God and ultimately disbelief in him. It is the Muslim’s criteria that whatever makes one undutiful to God & worse such as disbelief is part of a satanic plot. The popular whislteblower UFO narrative has made many people believe in unaccaptable concepts about the creation of mankind & a massive distraction from the purpose of our creation, which are unacceptable per Islam, hence it is all a satanic plot with the Devil himself the head that is orchestrating this all and tricking people.
There are good & bad jinns, just exactly like humans. The Devil has an entire army of bad jinns working underneath him to achieve all of this deception this is just like how humans operate e.g. the way hitler has an entire army of humans to execute his evils.
From an Islamic perspective, black magic is just when Humans make contact with these evil jinns inorder to get a favour done and inreturn the evil jinns (that work under the Devil) demand something that would be extremly hideously undutiful to God, such as child sacrifise, worshipping the Devil instead of God etc. [“Shirk” – is worshipping anything besides God/Allah – it is according to God the worst sin possible on this earhly abode and now stack this sin with other hideos sins such as child sacrifice to the devil or canabilsm etc]
Thanks, Essa. I also believe that the “Jinns” play a role in this phenomenon.
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