Consider this: what if the eyewitnesses of the alleged “Roswell Incident” are the ones telling the truth and it is government that is working to not tell us the truth? First, I have no dog in this fight. I am about the truth, but here is some food for thought on the matter. There are billions and billions of galaxies. Each galaxy has billions of solar systems. Is it statistically possible we are the only sentient beings in the vastness of the physical universe? To take such a position is rather arrogant.
Briefly, the Roswell Incident involved two separate “crashes.” Without spending pages explaining the incident, the more famous of the two crashes was the one originally reported by the Air Corps as being pieces from a crashed flying disc. But the second “crash” is the more interesting one.
In that one, which seemingly was the result of two flying discs colliding in air, not only was there a lot of debris but also a crashed flying disc that was almost complete, and there were reportedly also THREE alien beings – two of them deceased from the crash but allegedly one was alive and well when the military arrived on the scene.
This report comes from the local fire department members who responded to the crash scene. They thought they were going to clean up after an air corps plane crashed, but what they saw was not any form of a known aircraft. The firemen reported to their families they saw a living alien being about the size “of a small ten year old child.” Remember, this is the first of the famous “contact” incidents between Earthlings and non-Earthlings, so the firemen were not trying to jump on a bandwagon of popularity or any such.
There are many many first hand reports and eyewitness accounts of this incident before the government put the kibosh on anyone chatting about what had happened. The incident slipped from consciousness until the late 1970’s when Major Marcel, then an old man, decided to ‘fess up and tell the truth. He is the source of the quote “it was not of this world.” His admission gave strength to the other witnesses to come out publicly as well.
One of those going public was the daughter of one of the firemen who responded to the crash scene. His daughter claims he was a straight up honest and dependable man known to all in the community as such. Many folks in the community were touched by the incident.
One was the Public Information Officer for the base at Roswell. He reported the incident as being a real flying disc, as did Major Marcel. The program director of the local radio station reported the incident as real too. So did newspapers all over the United States. So did the owner of a funeral home about autopsies on alien bodies and I believe the need for two “childrens caskets.”
Where the story comes together for me are the threats many “witnesses” report. They claim the military came and told them they saw nothing. There was nothing to talk about. In fact the daughter of the fireman I discussed said one day 2 military officers came to her home and told her and her mother ‘If you talk about this incident, you can be taken out to the desert and no one will ever find your bodies.”
Keep in mind, for proper context, this incident occurred only 4 weeks after the Kenneth Arnold incident which is considered the first post-war UFO incident in the US. Arnold was flying a small plane near Mt. Rainer in Washington State when he reported an “echelon formation” of flying discs flying over Mt. Rainer.
So, where does the truth lie? Is it possible all the witnesses are lying? Not likely. Remember, at the time there was no stigma of ridicule, nor any thought of noteriety or temporary fame to reporting flying discs or crashed saucers or alien bodies – dead or alive. The stigma of “crazy” or “liar” or “hysteria” all arose later, well after the summer of 1947 when the Arnold and Roswell incidents occurred.
Major Marcel’s son, Jesse Jr., reported his father woke him in the middle of the night to show him and his mother the debris from the Brazel site. Major Marcel thought it an important enough occasion to wake his sleeping family and show them what he had. Jesse Jr., now a physician, reported the material was light as a feather, looked like aluminum foil, but if crinkled and crushed into a ball would, when set down, unfold itself back to it’s original shape. When it did so it left no crease marks to indicate it had ever been crushed. Can anyone in our modern world now more than 60 years later tell me of any metallic material that has such properties?
If nothing happened why did the radio station manager report he was threatened by the military? Was he lying? What about other folks who claim the military threatened them? Were they all lying? That is exceptionally unlikely.
There are also other “witness” accounts – a nurse who terrifyingly reported she saw alien bodies and the live alien as well. Numerous people around the community knew her, but the military denies there was ever anyone at that base by her name,. That sure seems odd. I mean the military is nothing if not a prodigious record keeping entity.
The questions are far more plentiful than are any rational answers. So, would government lie or misdirect? No, that could never happen, right? Look around yourself at what we see and hear today and then tell me nothing to see here – move along now. BS.
What would the existence of alien life portend for society? A possible collapse of order? Such an event would necessarily change everything we know of Man, the universe and even a Creator. Social order could be a casualty of new and potentially frightening information like that.
Suddenly where does Man fit? If there are other sentient beings that could throw a real monkey wrench into Human concepts of God. As a largely monotheist world, if the beings do not look like us, that slams the biblical concept that we were created in “God’s image.” I mean, if there are aliens, were they too created in God’s image? What if they look barely Human? Was the reference to “God’s image” one not of physical but of the Creator’s countenance and His grace?
As an agnostic I do not get caught up in the Creator conflict of possible alien life. But since I am in the tiny minority of Humans – non-believers – what I feel is not all that relevant, but how would a believer feel? Would it make them question all they held faith in prior to alien confirmation we are not alone? If not, perhaps one’s faith is a little too “unquestioned.” As one who needs empirical evidence for me to jump on board, I accept nothing on faith. Shame I am not from Missouri cause one damn sure has to “show me” to get me to fall in line with the popular sentiments.
Proof of alien life in the form of sentient beings and their ability to travel here would change everything and I mean everything. If it is true no wonder government will keep that under their hats as long as possible.
If one has an inquisitive mind and open their minds to possibilities, look into the Roswell Incident. There is so much more to it, but this forum prevents too much info being transmitted, but if I have tickled ya into at least looking into it just a little, my work here is done.
Billions of galaxies and each galaxy has billions of solar systems, so . . . just how arrogant must one be to out of hand reject something because for whatever reason it does not fit one’s world view?
Remember, 200 years ago flight was not even on the radar of possibility. The internal combustion engine was many decades off in the future. Rockets and modern medicine were not even dreams. Talking over the airwaves was not imagined.
So if in less than 200 years all the world knew from time immemorial until then has changed, what else is possible, likely or maybe even dead certain fact, we just don’t know it yet? Think about it.