It's very unlikely that we're alone in the universe. (That is, unless you think that something happened to everybody else.) There are a lot of possible scenarios that might play out when we finally meet E.T. Which ones are we most likely to experience? Read on...
You may believe, or you may just find it all very entertaining. Either way, the obsession of over half of Americans with theoretical otherworldly intelligence is nothing to be ignored. This being 2019, there's a large handful of entertaining and informative podcasts about aliens and their ilk. Some are skeptical and some are not, but they all make for fascinating commute listening. Here's how to tune in to the people who are tuned in to the skies.
Circa 1957: Angola Migrant Farm Camp Central California
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“If my body was on fire! Ooh, you’d watch me burn down in flames! You said you loved me, you’re a liar! ‘Cause you never, Ever, EVER did, baby! … BUT DARLING I’LL STILL CATCH A GRENADE FOR YA!”
It's late. In Sao Paulo, it's nearing midnight. And, as late nights tend to produce flights of musing about all things cosmic, tonight my blog shall be far out, man.
Have you ever asked yourself the question, what happened before the recorded history of humanity? Was it as historians, archeologists and scientists espouse: Homo Sapiens were unintelligent beasts on a continuous course of evolution? What if it were something else?
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”—Hamlet, Shakespeare
I have always been totally open to things that aren't necessary scientifically proven. In fact, I tend to dwell pretty much solely in possibilities.
All of my articles leading up to now have documented my struggles coming to terms with my experiences as an alien contactee and abductee. Making sense of this as a family heritage. Dealing with my emotions as my children become part of this scary fertility program, and learning to cope with my apparent role helping those like me in the future. But this phenomenon goes deeper than these surface issues. These issues are on a mostly conscious level. These things that define me, make me who I am, permeate my being down to my soul.
In the last seven decades, there's been a lot written on the subject of UFOs. Both for, and against, their existence, government cover-ups, where they're coming from, and any number of other topics along the way. Despite all the volumes published, and the words written within them, it seems at times that the people involved often get left behind, swept up in the debates around the topic. Going some way to rectify that is Ryan Sprague's 2016 book Somewhere In The Skies with its decidedly "Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon."