Monday, March 2, 2015

UFO subculture, mythology and broken promises.

Subcultures are defined as cultural groups with beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture. Ufology is a subculture in all it’s characteristics, and one of these is it’s closeness.
Those who criticize the classic UFO=ET belief system are condemned as disinformers, debunkers, psy-ops and government agents. The dogmas of the ufological mythology can be compared with those of dogmatic religions which cannot  be questioned and are based in faith and not in evidences.
However, there is a fundamental difference between religious systems and UFO subculture.
The last one is indeed a closed system but requires the promise of future openness. The self appointed experts must talk about future developments of the UFO phenomenon if they want to keep the faithful interested (buying books and paying for lectures)
One of these faked developments is the idea that the government  keeps the secret about the nature of the UFO phenomenon and the presence of the extraterrestrials in our planet. Once the cover-up conspiracy is accepted by the believers, the promise of a future disclosure deceives the faithful and  keeps him  in a state of permanent standby.
The “experts” are manufacturers of hope, but this situation of broken promises in the ufological closed system, demands the perpetual renovation of the nonsense rhetoric.
There is no disclosure, no ET cosmic show, and because of this, the mythologists create new fictions to fight the “nothing happens syndrome.”
In the UFO subculture fictions are sold as facts. Unbelievable fantasies have one and only one purpose: to keep the myth alive and the believers waiting for those events that will never happen.
Governments, media, Universities, Space agencies and the whole scientific and political establishment conspire. The fantasists present themselves as victims of a system designed to keep the presumed secret of the UFO-ET.
History is twisted, sources are invented, statistics are denied, disbelievers are condemned.
95 % of all the presumed UFO sightings are misinterpretations of natural phenomena and man made artifacts, but the “experts” never tell this simple truth to the believers (clients.)
Inevitably the UFO subculture becomes the “science” of charlatans, fantasists and show-men.
Pseudoscience, lies, conspiracy theory and unfulfilled prophecies are the substance of this third class vaudeville.  

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Richard Dolan's "UFO Infinite Complexity"

Richard Dolan "open mind"
The girl next door.

From Germany
The "infinite complexity" in graphics 

Good old Klatu..!
Poor Girl...Richard , do something..!

Cow Abduction 
Making a living...
They are everywhere..!
Have your own flying saucer
The SHOW must go on..!


Wednesday, February 11, 2015


I know...I know that after some years of making a living selling UFO fictions, the contact of the self-
proclaimed "UFO expert" with rationality and sincerity is null. However, sometimes there is a flash
of truth that penetrates the poisonous UFO Industry environment.
Let me give you and example. Richard Dolan, who defined the UFO phenomenon as "infinitely complex" but wrote a book about the world after the presumed "disclosure", told in one of his lectures that "sometimes he hates UFO."
What happens here? Several things. One is the Moment of Truth.

Noam Chomsky
Also, looking at the background of Richard Dolan you will learn that he is not a cynic. He knows that he cannot go on and on repeating the same nonsense in boring lectures and books. To make it short he is in a healthy crisis of consciousness, perhaps in a situation of Cognitive Dissonance.

The crisis is probably intensified by the fact that Richard is a man of consciousness. He knows who is Noam Chomsky and what is happening in the world. He knows about exploitation, injustice, hunger and speculative capitalism.
Consequently, hating UFO is not only normal in our middle age historian, but healthy and promissory.
Noam Chomsky's concepts about the compromise of intellectuals is an excellent reading, Richard, and I know that frequently it's your reading.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Richard Dolan and the "Infinite Complexity " of UFO Phenomenon.

Richard Dolan tells us that the UFO phenomenon is something INFINITELY COMPLEX. Perhaps
he is right, but he doesn't say that 96 % of all UFO sightings are perfectly natural phenomena and man made artifacts. The other 4 % remain unidentified for lack of enough research or because are just hoaxes.
Clearly this statistic tells us the truth: the so called UFO phenomenon doesn't exist. However, let's see what scientists tell us about this "infinitely complex" phenomenon. They say nothing at all. They are skeptics. Astronomers, technicians, astrophysicists are skeptic, probably because they know well the statistics.
It's curious that the believers are not scientists. They belong to the UFO Industry. In other words they sell faked pics. unreliable events, nonsense, fiction presented as fact, pseudo-science and even some New Age rhetoric.
They will give us words, because they talk,talk,talk and write the same empty book again and again.
A rational, informed individual, after one of these empty, contradictory, misinformed lectures, sees clearly that there is nothing behind the empty words.
Hear-say, discredited "whiteness", conspiracy theory, a touch of paranoia for the public. But not a single EVIDENCE.
Some people pay for this and they pay because they want to believe, but belief is not knowledge.

However,There are 130.000 pages of serious UFO research. The Blue Book.
Just take a look, read, learn what others say.
The Project Blue Book Archive provides researchers
 with free online access to over 50,000 official US
 Government documents relating to the UFO phenomenon.
 A search engine and various indices are also
 provided to modernize access to these documents.
All this is FREE. 

Before believing  the unsubstantiated hypothesis of these individuals who make a living selling all

this, go to the Blue Book Archive. Also find the rational, concrete solution of the so called UFO phenomenon. Follow links, please.

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