UNKNOWN BOUNDARIES, March 21, 2018.
"Without question one of the most credible UFO sightings of all times is the UFO sighting of a dark elliptical craft on Dec. 16, 1953 by one of the world’s leading aircraft engineers, Clarence Leonard “Kelly” Johnson, who designed the U-2 spy plane for the CIA. In addition, what makes this UFO sighting so credible is that unbeknown to Johnson, a Lockheed test pilot on a flight along the Los Angeles coastline corroborated Kelly’s sighting." credit Stig Agermose
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It happened in Euclid, a city located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. This location, is northeast of Cleveland. It is here, where Dianne Carlisle witnessed along with her then 4 year old granddaughter Kimora, several ghostly apparitions engaged in sexual activity. She was watching television at the time and was spending time with her granddaughter. […]
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Today’s links follow 1) Early Democracy: in the Americas? 2) Wagers at Whites: England 3) Prehistoric Tattoos: Egypt 4) AI in Archives: Vatican 5) First Christian Nation: Armenia! and from the archives 6) Antique Christians in Furthest China Other links: best program on the Chindits https://youtu.be/PMxco9uUX9E
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I am a Facebook user; that is I use Facebook, it doesn’t use me. (My information there is mostly fictive.)
But I keep seeing, and have written, there and here (and elsewhere), that many UFO writers and buffs have put their ufological eggs in the Facebook basket, which will come to be les conséquences des leurs héritage.
That is, Facebook, which is under severe scrutiny and will, no doubt, pass the way of My Space once day, will take with it all the ruminations about UFOs (and everything else), leaving nothing for upcoming fans of the UFO mystery with nothing to refer to or be edified by.
Unlike UFO UpDates, which is “archived” somewhere online, UFO material on Facebook will not end up residing in an internet nook and cranny. It will totally disappear.
Already, UFO discourse on the social media site has become ephemera; UFO input and commentary is will o’ the wisp.
And while my meager efforts, like this one, are on Blogger, that too will disappear at a future date as Alphabet (Google’s parent company) has already indicated that Blogger will, at some point, not long from now, be extirpated. (It provides, virtually, no ad income for the commercial enterprise.)
Thus, it seems sensible to me for those hoping to leave a mark in the field of “ufology” or establish a UFO legacy – sad as that may be – would be wise to create and write for a personal web-site or use an internet vehicle that may have some immortality: Wordpress and WIX, for example.
No serious journalist or writer uses Facebook as a vault for his or her creative meanderings.
Yes, the site contains some nice contributions in art, music, literature (books), et cetera, but, generally, the social oasis, large as it may be, holds nothing in perpetuity and never expected to. It is a way station for inane, transitory social flotsam.
But for long-time UFO rumination, feedback, and debate, along with “reports” that now appear nowhere else, Facebook has the specter of death hovering over it, brought about by government regulation or eventual public ennui.
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Classic 19C ghost confusion at night. Fascinated by the raciness of the nightgowned woman.
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Introducing HMS Hood This blog dealt yesterday (it feels longer ago) with Helen Duncan, medium extraordinaire, claiming, in Portsmouth in 1941, that HMS Barham had sunk before the British government had announced that ship’s demise in the distant Mediterranean. In that post I acknowledged that there was another case where Helen Duncan had learnt that […]
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Discovered during 2010, what appears to be a large sized fin whale, was spotted roughly 26 miles off the coast of Cambodia. However, comparing this sea creature to an actual fin whale, doesn’t quite match up. Some shapes of the body appear to be different. Quite possibly (if this is a whale) it was born […]
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Encuentros Cercanos con Ovnis (Close Encounters with UFOs: An Unknown Psychic Architecture Introduction to the Theory of Distortion
My Spanish pal and colleague, Jose Antonio Caravaca has put his Theory of Distortion (with the difficile de comprendre “external agent”) into book form which has gotten acclaim in Europe.
Jose was kind enough to send me a copy, which I won’t review but have to write that it’s a concise and thorough delineation of Jose’s theory that explains many (most?) UFO encounters, flying saucer events where humans see or interact with beings that emerge from a perceived craft.
Jose’s book contains such sightings and includes ample illustrations.
While I suggest that those of you who read or understand Spanish get a copy, those who do neither can find Jose’s theory online here (using Google’s excellent translating aid for the language barrier):
And a note about the book here:
Many of you know that I have promoted Jose’s insightful “theory” which has generated much discussion here and abroad about the “external agent” (a psychical entity that resides in the neurological realm or, more likely, in the mystical realm exacerbated by neurological and/or psychological mechanisms).
Jose’s theory intrigues and his new book puts it in context with all the odd parameters of the UFO phenomenon, explaining “sightings” in a way that makes sense to me and those who see UFOs much in the way that Jung defined in his Flying Saucer book.
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Introduction It is one of the most extraordinary psychic events of the twentieth century, rave some. It proves that mediums really can communicate with the dead, state others. A Scottish medium, Helen Duncan brought, in early December 1941, a relative of a crew member of HMS Barham into contact with her recently dead son (or […]
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Today’s links follow 1) Roman Mirrors: Bulgaria 2) New DNA: Africa 3) Elongated Heads: Bavaria! 4) Feast Remains: Scotland 5) Archaeology: What Greeks Think and from the archives 6) Arab Pirates in Iceland Other links: fascinated by the different motives for betraying America
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