Some science behind the scenes

UFO

Wikipedia

An unidentified flying object (UFO) is an object observed in the sky that is not readily identified..... The term is widely used for claimed [sic] observations of extraterrestrial spacecraft.

In other words what science has no explanation for cannot exist, a religious view, as this is a belief system and does not match the actual observations.  Way back in the 1600s, UFOs were being reported, big ones ........... and ignored. 

Wonders In The Sky - Unexplained Aerial Objects From Antiquity To Modern Times - Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck

Among great scientists and scholars who carefully recorded sightings of aerial phenomena they could not identify, and did not hesitate to publish their observations, were mathematician Facius Cardan, Sir H. Sloane (president of the Royal Society), Charles Messier, Cromwell Mortimer (secretary of the Royal Society), and such illustrious literary figures as Casanova and Goethe.

 

UFOs are spotted quite often even now, here we have a simple map that summarises the observations for the USA.

 


The link between spiritual objects and UFOs

There is a link between the very physical unidentified flying objects we are now recognising as being real and the content of this site.  We have to consider the possibility that some of the beings such as angels, fairies, elves and even chariots in the sky or other odd heavenly phenomenon were very real and not visions or hallucinations.  They just didn’t have the words to describe these UFOs, so they labelled them as best they could using terms approximating to the weird things they saw

Wonders In The Sky - Unexplained Aerial Objects From Antiquity To Modern Times - and Their Impact on Human Culture, History, and Beliefs - Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck

1. Throughout history, unknown phenomena variously described as prodigies or celestial wonders, have made a major impact on the senses and the imagination of the individuals who witnessed them.

2. Every epoch has interpreted the phenomena in its own terms, often in a specific religious or political context. People have projected their worldview, fears, fantasies, and hopes into what they saw in the sky. They still do so today.

3. Although many details of these events have been forgotten or pushed under the colourful rug of history, their impact has shaped human civilization in important ways.

4. The lessons drawn from these ancient cases can be usefully applied to the full range of aerial phenomena that are still reported and remain unexplained by contemporary science.

UFO agility and disappearance

The film and video footage of UFOs, not to mention the accounts from people who have witnessed them, universally describe objects that are highly manoeuverable, extraordinarily quick and which can disappear.

Apporting - In order to disappear, the levels and layers might be being used, the UFO could be apported to the next vibrational level, taken to destination, then apported back to the level required.

Attraction and Repulsion laws - Furthermore the observations show the craft are virtually silent, indicating they use technologies based on levitation and the laws of Attraction and Repulsion

Overall these indicate technologies far far in advance of ours and a great unwillingness on the part of the occupants to make contact.  Given that we have comparatively primitive technology and are extraordinarily brutal and basic in our behaviour, we must seem like very low level life forms to many aliens. 

Fished, farmed and studied


Charles Fort believed we were being researched and farmed – as animals would be, picked off now and again for food and study – much like a wistar rat – and from the observations, not treated a great deal better.  The USA and Canada seems to be particularly favoured at the moment, maybe it is the plumpness of the people that  appeals:

Charles Fort

I think that we're fished for. It may be that we're highly esteemed by super-epicures somewhere. It makes me more cheerful when I think that we may be of some use after all. …… And I have data that, in this book, I can't take up at all—mysterious disappearances. I think we're fished for.

Furthermore Fort believed that great wars had already been fought over us during the middle ages, and that we were now – as a planet – owned and monitored.  He had a great fear of Melanicus in this respect.

Contact between humans and aliens

Contact between humans and aliens seems to have been greater in the past than it is now.  It appears we have become more primitive over time as far as visitors to this planet are concerned.  At one time, there appears to have been an elite of sorcerors and shamans, who were spiritually gifted enough to be in contact with at least some other life forms.  Furthermore there may even have been more permanent visitors – the so called terrestrial hierarchy who were regarded as part of society.

Thomas Keightley – From The World Guide to Gnomes, Fairies, Elves and Other Little People

Dwarfs or Trolls or Hill people [Bjergfolk] dwell inside of hills mounds and hillocks … sometimes in single families, sometimes in societies.  They are regarded as extremely rich...Their hill dwellings are very magnificent inside – 'they live' said one of Mr Arndt's guides 'in fine houses of gold and crystal'.
They are obliging and neighbourly, freely lending and borrowing and elsewise keeping up friendly intercourse with mankind; but they have a sad propensity to thieving not only stealing provisions, but even women and children….They can … go about invisibly or turn themselves into any shape...

Thomas Keightley’s folk tales show communication between the different peoples and even marriages.  One could speculate they were simply a remnant of our Ancestors from a previous age of man, or an alien race similar to our own, who simply settled here.  We will probably never find out because as people changed, becoming unkind and cunning, spiteful and unwelcoming to the visitors, the visitors decided to leave

Grimm's Deutsche Sagen [Source Thomas Keightley]

…. the Dwarf …….  bade him look over his right shoulder and then he saw the country near and far filled with Dwarfs.  'Three thousand years' then said the Dwarf 'have we dwelt in the Dosenberg; our time is now up and we must go to another land'

Abductions and disappearances

Wikipedia

....alien abduction claims ….came to international prominence in the 1950s and 1960s, but some researchers argue abduction narratives can be traced to decades earlier. Such abduction stories have been studied by investigators who believe the accounts describe actual, literal interaction with non-human or extraterrestrial entities.

And indeed abductions have been going on for hundreds of years. 

We have not collected any observations on the site about human disappearances, but quite a number of observations describe people that are levitated into the sky – and then disappear for good, as well as some that return much later.  The folk tales collected by Thomas Keightley  include a number of accounts of people who are spirited away, for example:

from The World Guide to Gnomes, Fairies, Elves and Other Little People compiled by Thomas Keightley
The Girl at the Troll Dance

A girl belonging to a village in the island of Funen, went out one evening into the fields, and as she was passing by a small hill she saw that it was raised up on red pillars and a Troll banquet going on beneath it.  She was invited in and such was the gaiety and festivity that prevailed, that she never perceived the flight of time.  At length, however, she took her departure after having spent, as she thought, a few hours among the joyous hill people.  But when she came to the village, she no longer found it the place she had left.  All was changed; and when she entered the house in which she had lived with her family, she learned that her father and  mother had long been dead and the house had come into the hands of strangers. She now perceived that for every hour she had spent amongst the Trolls a year had elapsed in the external world.  The effect on he mind was such that she lost her reason, which she never after recovered

Some of the Biblical accounts of ascension describe events that these days would be called Teleportation

These days those that have been abducted and then returned call themselves ‘experiencers ‘.

CHARLES FORT – NEW LANDS

Whether spacarians have ever dredged down here or not, or "sniped" down here, pouncing, assailing, either wantonly, or in the interests of their sciences, there are data of seeming seizures and attacks from somewhere, and I have strong objections against lugging in the fourth dimension, because then I am no better off, wondering what the fifth and sixth are like. It may be that witnesses have seen human beings dragged from our own existence either into the objectionable fourth dimension, perhaps then sifting into the fifth, or up to the sky by some exploring thing. I have data, but they are from the records of psychic research.

Night visitors

We have two entries on the site for Incubuses and Succubuses

Wikipedia

An incubus is a 'demon' in male form who, according to mythological and legendary traditions, lies upon sleeping women in order to engage in sexual activity with them. Its female counterpart is a succubus. Salacious tales of incubi and succubi have been told for many centuries in traditional societies. Some traditions hold that repeated sexual activity with an incubus or succubus may result in the deterioration of health, mental state, or even death.

People who are out of body can visit men and women, and may appear to the person as a ghostly form wandering around the room terrifying the person with their presence.  But they can’t have sex with anything, because they have no body.  And they can’t have children, and there appears to be evidence that babies were indeed produced from these unwanted liaisons.

As such it is worth asking the question ‘are some incubi or succubi aliens?  If so, the frequency with which they appear to be visiting has declined somewhat, for when St. Augustine touched on the topic in De Civitate Dei ("The City of God"); there were too many alleged attacks by incubi to deny them. He stated "There is also a very general rumour. Many have verified it by their own experience and trustworthy persons have corroborated the experience others told, that sylvans and fauns, commonly called incubi, have often made wicked assaults upon women."

These days, it seems, they abduct them instead.

References

UFO Wars

Many of the observations collected by Charles Fort in his books and Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck in their book  describe events in the sky which appear to be of wars that took place between rival UFOs fighting for the rights to own our planet. Please follow the link to find specific observations related to this

Books

Along with observations from Charles Fort's books we have also included some [not all] from  Wonders In The Sky - Unexplained Aerial Objects From Antiquity To Modern Times - and Their Impact on Human Culture, History, and Beliefs by Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck.  In this book the authors examine 500 selected reports of sightings from antiquity to the year 1879.

They selected the cut-off date of 1880 because it marked a turning point in the technical and social history of the advanced nations. They wanted to analyze aerial phenomena during a period that was 'entirely free of those modern complications represented by airplanes, dirigibles, rockets and the often-mentioned opportunities for misinterpretation represented by military prototypes. There may have been a few balloons in the sky towards the end of our period, but the first dirigible able to return to its starting point was not demonstrated until the celebrated flight of French Captains Renard and Krebs on August 9, 1884, and the first airplane (equipped with a steam engine) would not fly until Clement Ader's feat at Satory on October 14, 1897’.

Charles Fort's observations are valuable for the same reason and both books cover observations which, of course, were before photos could be 'photoshopped' and images could be manipulated.

Wonders In The Sky - Unexplained Aerial Objects From Antiquity To Modern Times - and Their Impact on Human Culture, History, and Beliefs - Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck

Back in 1969 the U.S. Academy of Sciences put its stamp of approval on a report by a commission headed up by physicist Edward Condon, stating that science had nothing to gain by a study of unidentified flying objects, even though fully one third of all the cases studied by the commission had remained unexplained after investigation! Clearly, we are dealing with a belief system here, not with rational science.

Observations

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