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 No.166478

Do you believe in UFOs?

I grew up in the remote countryside and was repeatedly abducted by extra terrestrials as a child. I was subjected to invasive and painful vivisection without sedatives or anaesthetics. Of course, I moved to the city as soon as I had the means, and I now sleep in a room with no windows. I do believe that my abductors continue to monitor my location.

Also, Jesus of Nazareth was an extra terrestrial.

 No.166479

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>Do you believe in UFOs?
Yes, I take reports of aliens and UFOs very seriously, though I'm a bit burned out on the subject at the moment.

If you want to share more about your experience please feel free to.

 No.166480

No, after watching the well-known American documentary The X-Files about this topic I finally understand that so-called "UFO" abductions are actually abductions performed by the government and that all so-called UFOs are just the government trying out its secret technology.

 No.166481

no

 No.166492

Yes, I believe Archons are aliens which ride the UFOs and control the governments.

 No.166494

>Do you believe in UFOs
Yes, the are object that are flying that have not been identified. When you break it down it isn't hard to believe especially given the evidence.
I also believe in unidentified submerged objects (USO)

That said, I don't think they are aliens or the supernatural. Just stuff that due to circumstances where not able to be identified. It could be a lot of reasonable thing but we just don't have the information to explain the event.

>I grew up in the remote countryside and was repeatedly abducted by extra terrestrials as a child. I was subjected to invasive and painful vivisection without sedatives or anaesthetics. Of course, I moved to the city as soon as I had the means, and I now sleep in a room with no windows. I do believe that my abductors continue to monitor my location.

No you weren't.
I am certain such didn't happen and that you are ether roleplaying or totally delusional.

>Also, Jesus of Nazareth was an extra terrestrial.

Now I think you are trolling because this sounds like bait.

 No.166497

UFOs exploded after Roswell which I believe was an obvious psyop to distract people from any military experiments the US was doing. It was the Cold War and this country was never above doing such things. Then it snowballed from there to people wanting attention, schizophrenics, and people just using it to describe anything they can't really explain.
I don't want to throw the baby out with the bathwater, there's definitely a possibility for them being out there. But I'm wary of a lot of it. Also ancient aliens theory is almost always bullshit but that's a low hanging fruit at this point.

 No.166498

>>166478
>Also, Jesus of Nazareth was an extra terrestrial.
Would you like to explain, I won't really disagree because I have no opinion, but I would like to hear. Heaven's Gate had the same idea.

 No.166499

>>166494
definitely a troll

 No.166512

>>166498
The "Resurrection of Jesus Christ" from the grave or death by "GOD, the Father". According to the "Gospel of John" in the New Testament, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb where Jesus was buried and found it empty. An "Angel" told her that Jesus had "Risen". Meaning, Jesus "Rose" to return to the Mothership. The coming of Christ was announced by Angels who appeared from the Heavens. And, a shining star in the sky led the way. In other words, an extra terrestrial craft. Similar themes appear in Islamic theology wherein Mohammad and other prophets ascended to the Heavens on a "Winged Horse".

 No.166513

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>>166512
I think it might be time to gather the wood.
We got a heretic that needs correcting.

 No.166533

They certainly exist but many explanations for them are probably much more mundane.

 No.166537

>>166512
or maybe a bunch of bored niggers sitting around a shitty desert just made the entire story up

 No.166542

>>166541
What about people who weren't kids when they were "abducted"?

 No.166543

>>166542
Does this even happen? I have only heard of people claiming they were abducted as children. That's one of the things that makes it so suspect imo.

 No.166554

>>166543
There are plenty of weird stories you can read about on the internet, or in J. Vallee, J. Keel and other author's books. The most famous case of adult abduction is this one
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barney_and_Betty_Hill
it's also rather suspicious since they underwent hypnosis
then you've got charlatans like george adamski and travis walton…

 No.166665

Why do most UFO sightings and alien abduction stories come from the US?
Why does it always happen in rural, remote areas?
We have digital, pocket-sized cameras since 20 years and camera phones since 15 years, so why is there still no hard evidence?

 No.166667

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I saw a UFO once. 4AM as I'm driving home on the highway along a slight curve a small but bright light was revealed through the upper left corner of my windshield. It was traffic light green and was in a totally stationary position relative to me so I assumed it was very far off as I was doing 70mph. I kept glancing at it because of its unusual color trying to figure out what it was. After about four minutes it suddenly moved ahead of me and accelerated towards the horizon at an incredible speed, only taking two seconds to disappear. It had actually been close, and kept pace with me. For how long I don't know, it was originally in my blind spot. Spooked me pretty good.

 No.166672

>>166667
Had a similar experience once when I was 10 or 11. It was around midnight and my dad, sister, and I, were all standing on the beach, my dad pointed out a weird light sitting stationary in the sky, then after not too long it just zoomed away like in your experience.

 No.166705

>>166478
>I was subjected to invasive and painful vivisection without sedatives or anaesthetics.
Anon, I think it's more likely that was the adults that controlled your life at the time. Not aliens.

 No.166706

I've thought I've seen a UFO, a big glowing orb passing just above the rooftops across the streets, until I remembered how I was imagining this event in my childhood, thinking how cool it would be. Wonder how many of my memories are actually real.

 No.166709

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I believe in the existence of intelligent extraterresial life. But I don't believe they visit our planet with weird looking planes.

Also I remember I saw an UFO once, many years ago. I was 5 or 6 and I was in a family's friend's garden, playing on the swing and looked up to the sky and saw a white round object with stands-like things on it and it was not flew so high.
Pic: this is how its bottom looked like as far as I remember, sorry for my awesome drawing.

 No.166712

when I was 10 I saw 3 yellow lights like a triangle in the sky. It was during the day.

 No.166713

FTL is not possible. If they exist, they are way too far away so its not like it matters.

 No.166715

>>166478
Yep, but unlikely to have a civilised conversation about it around here

 No.166716

>>166713
Do you have any idea how many things were deemed "not possible" in the past that are now easily done?

It's almost laughable to think an intelligent species millions of years more advanced than ours wouldn't have figured out a way to transport themselves in a manner faster than light.

That said I don't believe aliens would bother visiting our world. Maybe their technology has but I can't see why they'd bother coming here.

 No.166717

>>166716
Not to mention many physicists already have theoretical ways of achieving FTL. But I agree with you, I can’t imagine any aliens would come here just to fuck with people. We’re really not that interesting.

 No.167360

Lol wtf… trash bait, kid.

 No.167364

>>166717
They would probably have more interest in out plants and animals. New potential for medicines and other technologies. Would probably put a few listening satellites on earth just to make sure we don't suddenly leave our planet and go on some sort of psychotic conquering rampage. If they spent even a few hours looking at our history they would likely find it prudent to keep tabs on us.

But abducting red necks to stick probes up their ass? Maybe if that counts as a sport to them.

 No.167368

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I was abducted and my wizard mana taken

 No.167379

>>166478
>Do you believe in UFOs?

Yes thinking about how big our galaxy is boggles the mind then you go on to think there's an uncountable number of galaxies that exists some so large that by our laws of physics they shouldn't exist. There's no way there isn't more life out there.

The problem this brings up any life out there that can reach our planet has technology and intelligence that far surpasses ours and they would basically look down on us if not enslave us.

Another point is that if we were visited the world's militaries would try and take action against what ever craft came to our planet and that would/could be seen as a sign of aggression and we would basically get glassed.

Something else I've been thinking of, with all the reports of UFO sightings, maybe alien life HAS visited and observed us and basically deemed us not worth contacting (due to our current technology, tendencies, etc) or even set some laws that other alien life is basically forbidden from making contact with us in other words annexed our planet/race so that will never be.

On the other side maybe there's a law that WE have to make contact first after all other than slaves what use would an advanced alien race have to GAIN from making contact with us?

Last thoughts maybe we're so far away from anything else that we're simply in an unexplored sector of space. The scariest though is maybe we're at the end of the life cycle meaning that advanced alien races have existed for milliena and we're simply so far down the line that everyone has already died out and there's only "small" groups that exist spread through out all of space basically making any contact impossible.


Honestly though with everything mentioned I feel it best that it remains unknown and that we remain contactless for the reason mentioned above. Could you imagine what would happen if we found out, and it was made public, that we were some of the last life left that for millennia advanced civilizations existed and have already died out and basically we will never make contact or be able to find/use their technology?


It's also possible that everything we know is some sort of simulation and it was programmed by an extremely advanced race of aliens who either still exists or have maybe died out and the simulation is just running it's course until it eventually burns out.

 No.167391

>>167368
Can a mother steal a son's mana??

 No.168596

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Something stranger something fiction etc etc.

UFOs are meteorological phenomena that have been observed since Antiquity but were not the subject of scientific study until WW2. Thought at the time to be Nazi wonder weapons and in the early days of the Cold War, Russian x-planes. But their properties defied anything that could be explained by the so called missile gap during the Eisenhower administration and Western intelligence agencies soon found out Moscow was as interested in these phenomena. Decades passed but UFOs became cold cases in the great countries and by the turn of the century nobody had a provable theory on how they worked, or at least they'd rather not share it. Today, nobody officially knows how they work.

What is generally agreed upon is that there are spheres of plasma in lower levels of the atmosphere, perhaps covered by intercalated layers of water and vacuum. They're formed in high pressure regions of the sky and interact with all EM waves, including, of course, the visible spectrum, so as to form the all too familiar flying saucer shapes or, to the more avid of readers, the metallic cigarettes, which are just light, basically. They exhibit, as I've said, properties, and this is where it gets interesting.

The lights can determine a volume or plane of the sky such that no light can pass through it. These are the infamous "black triangles", theorized to be stealth bomber prototypes by some.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3b/PhoenixLights1997model.jpg
In reality, there are no such massive objects in the sky - only high pressure regions that trap light so you can't see what's on the other side. They're technically not triangles, more like polyhedra but you can't see some of the edges and the faces are all the same color.

There's much more to UFOs that meets the eyes, in more ways than one. I will say I believe they could be used as non-lethal riot control weapons and perhaps as radiological WMDs with a radius of a few miles and low CEP. A scientist wrote they could emit a type of radiation that is entirely new to the theory of Classical EM.

A few final words. The atmosphere is a living thing. Air is a fluid, the mushroom clouds of atomic tests are explained by the same theories of Hydrodynamics that explain your cool lava lamps. Things like the presence of more or less vegetation and asphalt influence air flow, pressure, temperature and so forth because they reflect or absorb more or less light. And while we're in the topic of WMDs, serious consideration was given to the possibility that the atmosphere could ignite during the Manhattan Project. Hopefully eople won't find out about these things, hopefully they don't randomly read articles or textbooks about random areas of study, it's not something that you can find just by looking for.



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