Why I don’t report my UFO sightings or ET contacts
Twice in my life I have attempted to report UFO sightings and on both occasions, no one returned my call. But regardless of this, over the years I have developed this sense that these are MY EXPERIENCES. I don’t need to tell someone else what I’ve seen and have them come out and document my experience. What would I gain from that ? People don’t have researchers document their sightings of angels or ghosts or hearing the voice of God or something invisible call their name do they ? Maybe they do and my head is just out of the loop ! ET contact is very personal to me. I am happy to share my experiences but the last thing I want is someone to come point a science stick in my face and compile a report of my UFO sighting or ET contact ! I suppose there is the argument of doing it to benefit humanity but is it necessary to document what a person saw or experienced for a network of people who wish they were having their own experiences or feel alone because they are having experiences ? I’m not really sure that I see value in groups like MUFON, that seem to be dominated by egotistic personalities and hijacked by the ideas of popular culture and what’s hot and what’s not !
So now I’ll say something you may see as a contradiction.
I have decided that I will pursue the Global ET Contact Research Network because I think it’s important that we discover more about what ET contact teaches us about who we are. I can learn nothing through this network about the ETs. I don’t really see a personal benefit in this network, which is one of the reasons I almost dropped the whole thing. I learn through my contact experiences. But I can learn about people through looking at their experiences. And I think that’s the information that has greatest value to humanity and that’s the information that is most lacking. John Mack was the only person to get close to that approach to researching this subject. If along the way, the masses learn more about the ETs and the truth of our cosmic family, all well in good. But it’s the human element that matters most to me.
So do I think that reporting a UFO or a contact experience has any value at all ? I’m not sure but I can see value in knowing that a certain place has had sightings or contacts. One of the things I did many years ago, was cross-reference places in Australia where crop circles had been reported and places in Australia where UFOs or ET contacts had been reported. It helped me to map certain suspicions I had and to validate those suspicions. But do I think every person who witnesses these phenomenon ought to make a report ? No, of course not. It is up to them to decide how personal the experience feels to them. Each person ought to ask themselves, “Why do I need to report this ?” and decide whether it’s in their best interests first. Bugger humanity, think about your own needs first.
Is my attitude contradictory ? Yes. But it’s OK to have contradictions ! I’m human after all !