MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
In the times we live in now, it is becoming harder to report information because of censorship and the concerted effort by the cancel culture to shut down information that they feel is uncomfortable. Many of those is this cancel crowd believe that they are the masters of “reality” and the gate keepers of accountability.
What they are is the bane of all creativity humor and art.
They are the modern versions of the book burners of Nazi Germany or the fireman from Fahrenheit 451.
They seem to have no tolerance for differing views and why they see themselves as socially righteous – they are just a dangerous subculture that do not contribute anything of value to the culture at large. They have declared war on other subcultures even though they claim that their goal is to stamp out lies and fascism.
They are simply intolerant to other subcultures.
No one needs to condone racism, and hate but no one should tolerate those who wish to declare war on what they determine to be misinformation.
This activity just breeds more subcultures within the culture itself.
Wherever there are constraints on personal expression, spaces form either real or virtual where these constraints are nullified and subcultures develop within these spaces.
In order for information to remain unbiased and representative of all people, these sub-cultures must be reached and their opinions taken into account. However, due to the conflicting nature of opinions between the subcultures and their larger societies, they often do not feel safe or secure enough to be able to express their true opinions or identities.
Online communities allow subcultures to express themselves without fear of judgement or rebuttal.
Back when the internet was fun, I found my niche in the fringe subculture and area where people were free to think outside of the box and play in the margins of reality.
There is no doubt what we call the fringe subculture was nurtured by late night radio and then it was propelled into a more popular position with TV shows like the X-Files and solidified as “conspiriology” on the internet. It is argued that emerging world views have been shaped by the fringe subcultures.
The mainstream media is actually trying to keep up with the changes in the metaphoric cultural weather and the barometer of seismic change that shakes up the paradigm.
The difficulty in being part of the maligned fringe is you have to deal with those who immediately dismiss anything that is uncomfortable or inconvenient conversation. The objective is to reveal what is called the “big lie” and to do so, we also have to admit that we can lie to ourselves.
One of the biggest liars we have to deal with is ourselves – all of the hopes we have, the fears, the biases, and psychological defenses, that in a clandestine way try to distort our perception of the world and how we react to it.
The mind has to be open and objective. No one has to compromise ethics or core beliefs, however, we all would benefit from a reasonable compromise between being naively trusting and pathologically paranoid.
There are many people we trust who are telling us the truth, but when it comes to sensitive material, or matters or national security, the public has to understand there are limits to what the alphabet agencies call “Intelligence.”
That is why it may be beneficial to do the work yourself, meaning not relying heavily on the messenger but become someone who can testify to the validity of what can be called paranormal activity by experimenting with it all by yourself or with a small group.
Your findings may surprise you.
Recently, there was a report that investigator Anthony Bragalia wrote to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) requesting details of all UFO material, which they hold and results of any tests they had been carrying out on it.
He wrote: “This could include physical debris recovered by personnel of the Department of Defense as residue, flotsam, shot-off material or crashed material from UAPS [unidentified aerial phenomenon] or unidentified flying objects.”
Surprisingly, he got a response.
The Defense Intelligence Agency released 154 pages of test results that included reports on a mysterious “memory” metal called Nitinol, which remembers its original shape when folded.
Bragalia said it was a “stunning admission” from the US government and the documents reveal that some of the retrieved debris possesses “extraordinary capabilities” including the potential to make things invisible or even slow down the speed of light.
However, the agency held back certain details about the materials – including any information about whether or not they could be of alien origin.
The DIA letter, reveals that the testing was carried out by Bigelow Aerospace, one of the Department of Defense’s private contractors based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The company laid off all of its staff at the Vegas plant last year due to the toll of the pandemic – and it’s not known where the UFO material may now be kept.
What is amazing is that this material Nitinol seems to have the same characteristics as the material that Jesse Marcel Junior described in accounts that he made regarding his Father and the material he had recovered from the UFO crash at Roswell.
It is certainly compelling—but again we always see the obvious falling short and that cosmic carrot is then dangled in front of us – the reaction is often frustrating.
People demand disclosure and yet it has been given in various ways – and many people are not paying attention.
Astronomer Dr. Frank Drake came up with the Drake Equation to estimate the probability of intelligent life in a given area of space, capable of communication. Using mathematics and theory Drake teamed up with Carl Sagan and came up with the probability of 100,000 to 1,000,000 extra-terrestrial civilizations existing in the Milky Way galaxy. This increases as science gets closer to proof of life elsewhere in the cosmos.
That should be seen as disclosure by a well-known astronomer but of course agnostic science finds a way to shut down the talk of extraterrestrials in our cosmic neighborhood.
They don’t even have to be light years away; they can be as close as Mars – or eve n hidden in the Jovian system.
It is obvious to me that the reason why probes are sent out, the reason why we send signals into space is because deep down people feel that there is something out there.
All we seem to get are cosmic breadcrumbs… little pieces of the puzzle that make us think and ponder just how we are going to understand the methods of proving that life exists in space.
Life could be anywhere. And there’s always the chance humanity will stumble across it by accident.
So far it seems that scientists have all but admitted that they have observed listened to and even have documented alien technology – now they want biological proof of aliens but both technological and biological aliens are a threat.
Biological aliens might well be hostile, but an extraterrestrial AI could pose an even greater risk. It may have goals that conflict with those of biological life, have at its disposal vastly superior intellectual abilities, and be far more durable than biological life.
Normally, we expect that if we encountered advanced alien intelligence, we would likely encounter creatures with very different biologies but they would still have minds like ours in an important sense and while their DNA could be affected by their environment, it would not be too far of a leap to consider that biologically they would share some components of our DNA.
However, if the occupants of these so-called UFOs are nothing more than advanced robots, then this would put us at odds with an alien intelligence programmed into subservient drones, doing the bidding of extraterrestrial intelligence.
We would be dealing with machines that have no consciousness, which of course, is the philosophical cornerstone of our moral systems, being key to our judgment of whether someone or something is a self or person rather than mere artificial intelligence or synthetic intelligence.
But how can beings with vast intellectual differences and that are made of different components for life recognize consciousness in each other? What is their mission and what is their objective?
It is evident that these entities have been observing us. There have been reports over the years that they have interacted with us – what if the beings that we have been dealing with are not even biological entities?
Science is now breaking with tradition and is now leaping into philosophical questions about consciousness and whether the universe and all that it has produced has some form of consciousness. With this emergence of the new paradigm and the more open scientific method, humanity seems to be rolling back the domain of the gods.
What I mean is that in the past, gods answered our unknowns. Now with new scientific discoveries, there are fewer unknowns. The more we dig the more we find that there is certainly evidence of possible alien technology that is closer than we realize.
There has been a dizzying spurt of hyper acceleration over the last few decades in the fields of politics, economics, science and religion and it is no coincidence that there has been a corresponding eagerness to investigate various fragmented areas of all of those fields.
In politics we have the ever-growing fear of fragmentation. Political parties are dividing themselves in various collectives. We are facing an economic reset where we are being told that a world government will be able to provide us our every need. The biggest irony in case you missed it –science is now addressing religious topics and religion seems to be looking for scientific proof that the faithful have not been wrong in being true believers.
In that realm, we begin to see great leaps into things like panpsychism, quantum immortality, intelligent design, and of course the seeking out of new life inhabiting strange new worlds.
As it says in the good book – our father’s house has many mansions –which with a loose interpretation we can say that in God’s World there are many dimensions.
In the past most if not all conspiracy theories about dimensional portals, UFO’s and aliens have been part of post-cold war, anti-government paranoia. It would not be out of the ordinary to hear someone on an old Art Bell show telling people that the information they have about aliens is so dangerous that—they are being tracked, or hunted down by the men in black,
It was the old Cold War spirit that continued to program us with the notion that our government, our neighbors, even our families were lying to us. It can be argued that a lot of those same attitudes have survived the cold war and that they will be with us indefinitely.
However, it is becoming more and more apparent that all of the so called “privileged information” that has been nurtured during the Cold War is no longer privileged or classified.
We live in times where the old axiom of “The truth is out there” becomes trite or even corny when it is being uttered by a news program or even a talk radio show that hasn’t taken the time to understand that there are many things that are now being revealed.
From the Roswell incident to JFK’s assassination up through Vietnam, Watergate, Iran Contra, Waco, Oklahoma and Whitewater, not to mention the government’s self confessed involvement in human radiation experiments, there’s a conspiracy standing on every street corner just waiting to tell its story.
It the times we live in now – the stories have been told repeatedly and many of them begin to sound like urban legends or cultural myths. Some are still trying to shake their tabloid veneer as the Weekly World news becomes the New Weekly world Normal.
The truth, it seems, is not “out there”, not out there among the UFO cluttered galaxies and not out there amid the psychic voices and the meditation crystals. The truth is closer than we think and it is no longer fashionable to discredit UFO believers, or alien seekers as scientists and pentagon officials are slowly coming clean on the issues that used be dramatized on the X-Files.
There are many scientists who devote their working lives to skillfully charting out the most unassuming chunks of our solar system—chunks that none of our species will likely never see up close.
Chunks that, individually, are mere specks in the cloud of millions of such primordial planetary leftovers circling our sun. Other scientist spend day after day wrestling with how to measure and decode the extraordinary orbital dances of unreachable exoplanets, to detect and interpret the delicate spectra revealing the composition of alien atmospheres tens of trillions of miles away.
There are also those who have, for decades, tackled some of the most daunting questions about the phenomenon we call life itself, including how it began here on Earth billions of years ago, and how it might have begun somewhere else in the cosmos.
And finally, there are devoted and talented scientists who pursue the exquisite possibility that somewhere there are alien minds sending out structured, information-rich signals, or repurposing their environments in ways that we might just be able to spot across the gaping void of interstellar space.
I would say that if you are aware that this is happening than this should be enough to convince you that there is precedent for admitting that aliens are out there and there is a concerted effort by scientists to find them.
Many Ground zero listeners are well aware of the relationship we have with Avi Loeb.
He has made the case on my show and others that a recent interstellar object passing through our solar system was a piece of technology, conceivably even a tumbling light sail from an alien spacecraft, rather than a piece of frozen rock and gas.
Jill Tarter is one of the driving forces and voices behind SETI for the past 40 years—SETI has pushed their instruments and skills to the absolute limits in the quest for evidence of extraterrestrial life. Often in the face of intense skepticism.
Today, NASA’s Perseverance rover landed on Mars. Perseverance will search for biosignatures in the Jezero crater that is said to be an extinct lake.
In other words, it is looking for proof of life on Mars.
It will collect samples and cache them across Mars for a separate mission in 2023 to retrieve the samples for analysis.
I would contend that something out there has already triggered the motivation to find life in space, otherwise, why go to all this trouble to find techno signatures and biosignatures of life in space?
I think the truth is evident – this is disclosure – not declarative disclosure but disclosure where we see the actions before we receive the official announcement that we are not alone.