Last night, ABC did a program entitled, UFO’s, Seeing is Believing. I thought it was a fair presentation, of the burgeoning phenomena of UFO sightings, in the United States. They spent a good amount of time on the recent Stephenville UFO flap. This was the sighting of a mile wide craft in Stephenville Texas, around January 1st of 2008. One of the witnesses, a pilot, was convinced that what he saw was unlike anything he had ever seen before. He made mention of the startling fact that when the unidentified object flew by, a second time, it was being pursued by two F15’s. The show also went into the Roswell crash of 1947, The Phoenix Lights – which I’ve been BLOGGING about – The Illinois UFO sightings, by five policemen, and finally touched on the abduction phenomena. The show also discussed the United States military and governments role, as far as trying to put a lid on the UFO hysteria, that was the result of mass sightings in the 1950’s. The way they accomplished this was to ridicule those who claimed to have seen a UFO… and so the ridicule continues to this day. Let me explain.
I was on a show last night and the host set me up. He had bumper music that poked fun of Bigfoot, UFO’s and the Mothman. That’s fine and I laughed at the song, but the piece had set the tenor, for the interview. He went on a 15 minute diatribe, in which he urged his audience to consider that the only reason people were involved in the study of UFO’s was to make money. He then went on citing that the Bible was re-written by men and thus could not be counted on, in regard to prophecy. I was given about three minutes at the end of the show to rebut some of what he had said, needless to say this was an insufficient amount of time, to make my case.
What amazes me is that all the evidence of multiple witnesses of UFO’s, is dismissed as spurious, by this host. For instance, when I brought up the policemen who saw the UFO in Illinois, the shows host dismissed them as unreliable. Same with the Phoenix Lights, and the Stephenville sightings. In other words every person who comes forward with a claim is invalidated. It’s a no win situation and, in my opinion is intellectually dishonest.
When I brought up Joe Jordan’s Roswell expose, in which Joe stunned the audience when he called about a dozen witnesses who claimed that they had stopped their abductions by invoking the name of Jesus, the radio host accused Joe of manipulating events and staging the so called confessions. So what this tells me is no matter what evidence I bring to the table it will be dismissed by this host. This, of course, ends any serious dialogue. As the host of the ABC special announced throughout the special, Seeing IS believing and in the case of this skeptical radio show host, it will take a sighting to make a believer out of him.
Something is appearing in our skies and is operating with impunity. I believe that the phenomena is real and it is of inter-dimensional origin. I have gone on the record saying that the UFO phenomena, is the coming Great Deception that the Bible warned us about. When Christopher Columbus proposed the world was round, he was ridiculed and scoffed at. Upon his return, from the new world, there were those who didn’t believe he had accomplished what he had set out to do. There will always be those who scoff and ridicule and denigrate those of us who are daring enough to stick there necks out for the cause of truth and new ideas.
To the credit of the producers of the ABC show, UFO’s, Seeing is Believing, there’s was a fair and balanced presentation of the UFO phenomena, which was a far contrast, from the ridicule and bullyragging, that the ungracious radio host presented me with.