UFO sighting phrase ?Apomin75 - 8 Answers
I have never heard the saying, but it sounds skeptical to me, like that the only people who claim to have seen UFOs are delusional and have had abduction experiences.
For what it's worth, I have seen a UFO with no abduction experience involved.
I live in San Antonio and my now-ex-husband and I were coming home from somewhere at night when we saw a light of some sort hovering in the air in a place that didn't quite look like it was over the parking lot of our apartment complex. The light was higher than the lights of the parking lot and there was no sound accompanying it.
I was sober at the time, just to clear that possibility up. At the time, San Antonio was home to four Air Force bases, so it is possible that it was something from one of the bases. It may also have been a helicopter, and the idea that it was so close was an optical illusion.
On the other hand, Whitley Strieber claims to have met with aliens in the Olmos Basin here in the city, so there is some kind of precedent for alien visitations. Not that I necessarily believe it, but it makes for an interesting thought.
You know I've never heard that phrase directly before, but far be it for Art Bell to associate with one sellin' wolf tickets. Abduction claims have been made throughout history. I defiantly think aliens exist. People makin' claims can make you skeptical cause I mean look at youtube all the rest, people will do anything to feel valued. yada yada yada. Heck, there's probably way more aliens in the universe than humans on earth so all these people who say they saw one or what not are likely not all out here sellin' some big fat wolf tickets. My thing is though that your saying down here in this last post that this cat was blowin wind at Art Bell about "genuine craft" this and "back engineered" that. This guy just wants some attention for "knowing so much more than mankind can handle and that's why the aliens chose me" type wantin' a cult cause he ain't got no friends. Then again he might be a real nice guy....
That is a thought provoking statement and I have never heard of it before.
It can't be entirely accurate since the term "UFO" refers to an unidentified flying object which could be almost anything from a shooting star to a military test plane.
However, some of my instructors in physics taught that the substances necessary for life are spread liberally throughout the universe, and livable planets are most likely counted in millions rather than in single digit numbers. So, it is likely that there is life throughout the universe.
I have never seen a UFO that could not be explained away logically, but I certainly hope to see one of the unexplainable ones before I die, hopefully coming away with no strange implants of any kind!
I've never heard of that phrase, but it does go along with many of the stories of strange sightings around the world from the past. Many people that claim to have been abducted usually start their story with the time they spotted the UFO in the sky. Apparently, many people who have been abducted also have had the experience erased from their memory, so the abduction doesn't come to light until they are put under a deep hypnosis. Alien abductions are a strange phenomenon, and are very traumatic for those who have went through one....
I have never heard that phrase before but I have heard of UFO abductions in which movies have been made about.
The subject of UFO sightings is interesting to me, I sometime check out Youtube for UFO videos. Some are fake but some are not.
Overall I haven't seen anything overwhelming to offer concrete proof suggesting life from other planets are here or that those who have seen one was in one.
Thanks for sharing.
I heard this phrase from a guest that was on coast to coast AM. He used it in reference to people that have actually been on a genuine "alien" craft, and not a "back engineerd" unit. I can't remember the name, but he was on the show about 2 weeks ago. I thought it was interesting so i thought i would ask....
I've never heard this before. After a small Google search, I still can't find anything similar to that quote.
Is this phrase new?
I'm a little curious, where did you hear it?
Art Bell has not hosted the show for many years now, and the guest in reference is a well respected scientific "engineer"....