In the last few weeks a remarkable number of UFO sightings have received considerable attention by the mainstream media. In analyzing this unexpected focus to the subject of UFOs, we may consider several possibilities. Either yes, real life UFOs are coming to town or something else might be going on. Could the recent UFO attention be stirrings of a newly engineered cultural launch pad for armament and control? Could this all amount to a new plot device created to sustain the Forever War that’s already in progress? Could this be an intergalactic false flag operation hatched right here on earth—a hoax to end all hoaxes?
The UFO False Flag Hypothesis proposes that the sudden mainstream media attention to the topic of UFOs is warming up the populace, psychically acclimating them to a massive, engineered spectacle (or series thereof) that will be used to further the status quo of exploitation, control, fear, and militarization.
Some might balk at this notion has cynical and paranoid, but in 2001 Dr. Carol Rosin, an adviser on space-based weapon systems, relayed to the Nation Press Club (via the Disclosure Project) a conversation she had with none other than Wernher Von Braun:
“They’re inventing enemies he [Von Braun] said, against whom they are going to build this space-based weapon system—the first of whom was the Russians which was existing at that time. Then there would be terrorists, then there would be third world countries, now we call them rogue nations or nations of concern. Then there would be asteroids. And then he would repeat to me over and over ‘and the last card, the last, the last card would be the extra terrestrial threat’…you will find that there is going to be a spin to find some enemy against whom we have to build space based weapons and now we should expect the spin.”
As Arthur C. Clarke wrote, “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic," but do we possess the hardware to pull off such a spectacle?
A powerful and anomalous energetic display took place December 9th of last year, the so-called “Norway Spiral,” which remains unexplained to this day. The whitewash answer of a faulty missile was an explanation so poor that one has to be awed by the impetuousness behind it even being offered to the table as such a possibility doesn’t rest anywhere remotely close to observable ballistic physics. It would be as idiotic as a defense attorney arguing that a gun was used to stab his client.
Other strange formations were seen before an earthquake in China two years ago, leaving some to speculate on the likelihood of the earthquake being manufactured.
The so-called “Project Blue Beam” centers on the idea of projecting ultra-realistic holograms projected into the sky used as a psyop weapon.
Apropos, as George Alec Effinger wrote, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from doubletalk.”
Though, at this point, it is still difficult for us on the surface to discern the phony from the genuine, the image from the reality, the engineered from the spontaneous, and the media from the message. All we may have available to us at this point is the tool of open-minded skepticism. It is a hope that we are all here to weigh evidence, not to succumb to the universal headset, the popular perspective, or the mob mentality. Who knows what these funky lights are really all about? We maybe left with mere speculation for now. “Science demands patience.”
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