Tuesday, July 30, 2013
UFO Industry: Selling your soul to the market
I think money is one of the big problems, you know? Of course money is not bad in itself, but as the old song says, Money makes the world go round. This is not good. Ufology is also an industry and it’s the
market that makes the rules.
Imagine an individual who becomes interested in the UFO phenomenon. He or she reads a lot, and perhaps decides to write a book about UFOs.
The publisher produces books to make money, and there are some ideas that sell more than others.
(Forget about truth, we are talking of making a living through the UFO industry.)
A book of course is like a space that must be filled with words. Graphics will help, and perhaps will give the book some scientific look, but it’s not enough. You must write things about UFO, and if you did a good reading with intelligence and honesty, will find only people, humans like you writing about extraterrestrials, aliens, conspiracies, cabals, shadow governments, the Illuminati, etc.
You will also find unreliable or anonymous sources, self-proclaimed contactees, pseudo-science, a touch of religion and New Age.
What you will not find are clear, reliable evidences that the extraterrestrials exist at all.
Here the future “expert” must cross the Rubicon, and decide if she/he will go on with the idea of writing and selling books. If the decision is positive, you are now into the UFO-ET industry with its own rules.
You sold your soul to the market and consequently must write what sells, not what is true.
Just find something new, if your imagination is active and repeat what others wrote before.
Try your hand with extraterrestrials, aliens, conspiracies, cabals, shadow governments, the Illuminati, anonymous sources, self-proclaimed contactees, pseudo-science, a touch of religion and New Age and why not some abductions narrative.
If you are honest at least with yourself, you will recognize that your texts are fiction, not fact.
Of course, given that you are under the marketing rules, your hypothetical readers must not know that they are reading imaginary tales and invented stories.
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