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Spiritual Warfare & The Paranormal: Possible UFO/UAP Origins & Communications with "The Phenomenon"

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Dr. Travis Taylor on UFO and UAP Origins

Spiritual Warfare & The Paranormal: Possible UFO/UAP Origins & Communications with "The Phenomenon"

UFO/UAP Origins

"This clip is from my entire interview with Dr. Travis Taylor, formerly the chief scientist for the UAP Task Force. For the full interview, check out:' from video introduction


"Dr. Travis Taylor is an engineer and best-selling author who holds PhDs in Optical Science and Engineering, Aerospace Systems Engineering, and master’s degrees in Physics and Astronomy. For the past twenty-five years, Taylor has worked on various hi-tech programs for the Department of Defense and NASA." from The History Channel


Let's remind ourselves that no one knows the what, where or when of "The Phenomenon". There are no experts.

This is so pervasive throughout our planet and its history that we will be lucky to glean any conclusions from any data we gather.

The question also remains should nuts and bolts craft made by another race etc. be revealed by the government/military/private sector will the public even care?

Right now everything is an educated guess. And the constant repeating of the same photos, abduction reports, etc. ad nauseaum gets us nowhere.

So what do we do?

We try to get people together to cooperate.

The so-called UFO community is just a bunch of tribes and groups trying to one-up each other. There must be a national effort with coordination and purpose.

We seem to be slowly heading in that direction. Enjoy the videos and article! -Andy

The Disorienting Labyrinth: Seeking the What, Who, Why & How of the Phenomenon

Video from ExoAcademian

"For those who’ve spent decades searching for answers to the elusive yet seemingly ever-present enigma colloquially known as the UFO Phenomenon, the last several years have been a whirlwind of activity and revelations. It is well understood by those veterans to this field that elements within the U.S. government spent decades not only covering up details that made it abundantly clear that there really was a there there - that we were being visited by non-human intelligences operating craft of the most sophisticated nature - but they simultaneously sought to silence those who sought to proclaim this very fact to the masses. Using a combination of scorn and ridicule, at minimum, and personal and professional tacks and even violence when necessary, at maximum, the U.S. government’s general approach to the matter of the UFO Phenomenon was to squelch public interest in this topic, while simultaneously doing it’s darnedest to understand it. Of course, part of the reason why that approach remained static for so long is that the secret keepers didn’t make much headway in terms of really getting to the bottom of the enigma. Yes, there have been crashes and crash retrievals along the way, including of craft that evidence now seemingly suggests we did manage to bring down on occasion, and there apparently have been some major technological breakthroughs as a result. But the real root of this issue still remains elusive. And here I speak of the identity of the beings who are parading around our skies with impunity, and who are interacting with, and sometimes taking aboard their craft and into what appear to be other apparent domains of existence, civilians whom the military is powerless to protect. This is not to say that these so-called abductions are purely malevolent in intent, but merely to point out that, when you get down to it, part of the reason the government has kept this under wraps for so long is that they have zero ability to police the skies within our nation-state borders, and thus they are failing in one of the core tenets of what makes a nation-state viable, to begin with. In other words, why should a populace ascribe authority to a government when it is simply unable to ensure the smooth running of society, with even the most basic guarantee as to citizen safety? Not only is the notion of so-called “protected air space” rendered meaningless by these Others as they buzz in and around our skies but so too are physical boundaries like locks, doors, walls, and the like. When they want, these Others can appear in your room, in the middle of the night, and there’s nothing the government can do to prevent it. And here I really do mean literally nothing. And this is because these Others have demonstrated the ability to control consciousness itself. Thus even if you stationed an entire military brigade outside a known abductee’s house, these alien beings would make child’s play of getting around these safeguards, including by putting the entire troop into a deep sleep, or simply putting them into a temporary state of suspended animation until they are done with their business. As I mentioned at the outset, the government’s about-face in recent years really has taken long-term ufologists by surprise. These veteran researchers spent so many decades trying to get the government to open up about what it knows about UFOs and the beings operating them, that many of them have been shocked by how quickly things have been changing of late. For the first time in history, we really do seem to be on the verge of full-blown disclosure. And by that I mean, not only the acknowledgment that some of the craft and phenomena being spotted regularly in our skies are not the property of the U.S. military or any other known nation-state operator, but also that we are being visited by non-human entities, of a sophisticated nature, who seems to rank higher on the proverbial food chain than do we human beings. Heady days indeed. And again, everything I’m hearing from my sources suggests this really is happening. We really are on the cusp of a civilization-changing series of disclosures. Announcements will unquestionably and irreversibly change the way we human beings think about ourselves within the larger context of an immense, ancient, and multi-dimensional cosmos. But we again come to the real question at hand: who are these Others? Where are they coming from? How long have they been here? What are their intentions? How many of them are there? Are they one group, or many? These are the fascinating, yet daunting, matters we’ll seek to engage with, from the vantage point of a towering 30,000-foot view, overlooking the multidimensional landscape, if you will, in this, the 70th episode, of the Point of Convergence podcast.' from video introduction

The Compatibility Problem

We Might Never Speak To Aliens, Here's Why

Video from Hello Future Me

Do We Need a Special Language to Talk to Aliens?

"IN MAY 2018, a radar facility in Tromsø, Norway, trained its antennas on GJ237b, a potentially habitable exoplanet located 12 light years from Earth. Over the course of three days, the radar broadcasts a message toward the planet in the hopes that there might be something, or someone, there to receive it. Each message consisted of a selection of short songs and a primer on how to interpret the contents.

This was the second iteration of Sónar Calling GJ273b, an interstellar messaging project by the nonprofit METI International that began in 2017. Although both transmissions were billed as a “music lesson for aliens,” the second broadcast was notable for rehabilitating an extraterrestrial language developed by the physicists Yvan Dutil and Stephane Dumas in the late 1990s.

This custom symbolic system begins by introducing ET to numerals and then progresses to more complex topics like human biology and the planets in our solar system. An earlier version of the language was first sent into space in 1999 and again in 2003 as part of the Cosmic Call messages—a crowd-sourced interstellar messaging project that marked the first serious attempt at interstellar communication since Carl Sagan and Frank Drake sent the Arecibo message into space 25 years earlier.

All of these formal messaging attempts have taken basically the same approach: Teach numerals and basic arithmetic first. But as some recent insights in neurolinguistics suggest, it might not be the best way to greet our alien neighbors.

The world’s first interstellar communication system, the lingua cosmica, or Lincos, set the tone for all subsequent attempts by placing basic math at its core. Designed by the Dutch mathematician Hans Freudenthal in 1960, Lincos inspired several other mathematicians and scientists to try their.." from the article: Do We Need a Special Language to Talk to Aliens?


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