From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul> Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 22:03:48 -0400 Archived: Thu, 01 Sep 2011 09:40:50 -0400 Subject: Re: Hudson Valley UFOs >From: Gregory Boone<evolbaby.nul> >To: post.nul >Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 09:19:29 -0400 (EDT) >Subject: Hudson Valley UFOs ><snip> >What dawned on me was this, I've not seen any UFOs ever since >I'd moved away from the Hudson Valley. >There were times over the years when I would move out of the >Hudson Valley, move back, move out but I now realize the only >time I've seen UFOs was in the valley. Mind you I'd lived in >and around the Hudson Valley for 40 years on and off. >I've been to and lived in half the states of the U.S. from urban >to suburbs to rural and have yet to see one UFO, maybe one, just >maybe one spec of light that did something unusual, but that's >it. >I'd often questioned myself if I had been hallucinating when I >saw the UFOs in the Hudson Valley, but I was never alone when I >did. There was always someone else or even up to thousands of >others. >So many people want to see a UFO and see one up close and spend >a lifetime trying so. I realized I've never set out to see one >and avoided the issue but lo and behold they would show up when >one least expected it. ><snip> >What Ufology needs is an assessment. Pile together what is known >from the most credible sources and go with that. Greg raises an interesting question. That is, why is it that certain people see a UFO and others never do? Some people are even UFO sighting magnets. Is it a function of the sighter or the sightee or both? Judging from his experience, it seems that the ufos were localized to the Hudson Valley. When he moved away, the sightings stopped. This does suggest that the appearance of a UFO is independent of the observer. A witness may have multiple sightings just because s/he stayed in the same geographic location. However, some witnesses say they feel a psychic connection with the ufo. Greg's experience is also consistent with a scenario where the witness has this relationship with the object. Suppose in the case of the Hudson Valley, the ufos were attracted by some special individual who lived in the valley. The UFO would be like an apport in a seance, and the special 'attractor' individual would play the role of the medium. People like Greg who also saw the object would be like passive seance attendees seeing the materialized object just because they happened to be in the right place at the right time. When Greg moved away, he not only moved away from the geographic location, but also from the attractor individual. We can say with certainty that Greg was not that person since his sightings stopped when he moved away. If we can accept that telepathic communication takes place when some people meet non-human entities, then it is not such a stretch that some people more attuned to this medium of communication might also be UFO attractors. Perhaps the role of an attractor individual in materializations can also account for the evolution of the UFO phenomenon, for example, from air ships to saucers to triangles to orbs, and the appearance of other culturally consistent phenomena such as fairies, etc. This is not to say that the nuts-and-bolts, from another planet, class of ufos does not exist. But perhaps we should be open to the possibility that some ufos might be materializations facilitated by special 'attractor' individuals. William Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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