UFO sightings: New Yorkers are ‘blasé people’ and the rest of us are gullibleby Cherlyn Gardner Strong on Oct. 18, 2010, under Extraterrestrials, UFOs
It has been a strange few days in Ufology, for sure.
Rumors, speculation and stories that just won’t die.
First, New Yorkers saw “UFOs” in the sky on October 13th. This was the very day that retired NORAD officer Stan Fulham predicted that UFOs would appear over major cities in a massive display. The official explanation was that the UFOs were actually escaped balloons. Somehow, the explanation hasn’t circulated widely enough across the internet.
El Paso was next, with their UFO, which they claim matches the New York event.
Notice how the reporter places doubt on the official explanation of that one? Of course, he also used the phrase “little green men” in the same breath. Love the X-Files music, by the way…
So, because of this El Paso news story, the official explanation for New York’s incident is in doubt by a growing number of people.
Members of the mainstream media, take note that when you report like that, you add tons of fuel to the fire.
To top things off, on October 15th, Stan Fulham appeared on Coast to Coast AM to clarify things related to New York. He said that “the transcendors” (the beings who gave him the information to pass along to the rest of us) changed their minds about the massive display. The transcendors, according to Fulham, are: “very old souls who have lived on many different planets and spiritual realms.” He said that they decided to only appear over New York City to avoid causing panic. After all, New Yorkers are “a blasé people”, according to Fulham.
Although the balloon explanation was already released by the time he went on Coast to Coast, Fulham stuck with the UFO version of the story. Fulham assures us that the altered plan includes gradually increasing UFO appearances until 2014 when the “entities” address the United Nations.
I’ve got something to say to Fulham: What about El Paso, Fulham? If El Paso’s incident WAS related to New York’s, the transcendors forgot to tell you. Just like they forgot to tell you that they changed their mind about a massive display until after the fact. Are you going to include El Paso now, after the fact?
We are still supposed to believe this?
On the same note, I’ve got a message that Fulham can relay to the transcendors: You blew it!
Advanced beings? I’m not so sure about that in this case.
Then, there is the “disappearing village” in the Qinling Mountains in China. The story that began with a single sentence in a blogger’s signature and spread like a game of telephone until the story became too bizarre to be true throughout the world. Even after the official explanation in China, assuring that the story is false, some folks still believe it. It’s a cover up, they say.
I am on a quest for truth. For me to believe it, I need evidence. There are some incidents that do make me wonder. The incidents I referenced today, on the other hand, are completely bogus.
To make myself clear, this is what I believe: Balloons over New York, Sky show over El Paso, Village never disappeared, Transcendors prove that some earthlings are gullible.
UPDATE 5:15 PM, PT:: El Paso TV station offers rational “down to earth” explanation. There’s the X-Files theme again. Is that music from Halloween in the background? Why? Oh, and even Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me”? Complete with “little green men” in the report…again…Phoning home?