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Monday, September 26, 2016

Jeremy Thomas -- The genesis of a "hot spot".

The genesis of a "hot spot".

It should be clear from the available observational data that in almost any location in our planet Anomalies can be observed, but they only can be "observed" if there is at least one "observer" making and reporting these observations.

Traditional Ufology and the UFO-business had promoted the idea of "hot spots"; but these locations are simply over highlighted locations that "social promotion" elevated to "hot spots" and that social promotion makes the presence of more observers at these locations more likely hence the likelihood of anomalies sightings greater in these locations: a self fulfilling prophecy.

But if that is done at any location with some clear skies the same will be observed. We know that LA is a "hot spot", Liverpool too, Milan, Buenos Aires, etc. The presence of active observers had made these cities "hot spots".

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Jeremy Thomas September 15 at 1:53pm: Looking for traffic + Honoring Trevor James Constable

September 15 at 1:53pm
Looking for traffic.

People looking for traffic in any field will always be "people's expectations pleasers": they are "slaves" of popularity.

They are forced to provide what people want or expect to see and that usually is far removed from reality.

In this area of interest in particular that is why we see so much fake footage or footage were structure details are not provided or a never ending talk about past sightings; browsing any popular UFO channel or site can only confirm that; and the reason is very simple: because that is the only way to please the so called "UFO community"; that is what they "know" and that is the only things that they expect from their "sources" of information/entertainment. They are forever trapped in their very own preconceptions.

But as some members of this group had learned by direct experience reality is very different from the ideas inserted in people's minds by traditional Ufology for more than 60 years; that also is why traditional Ufologists still are saying and talking about the same things that they were talking in the 1950's; and the "UFO thing" is still today as the great Trevor J. Constable said a "carcass in a tin can theory".

Honoring Trevor J. Constable

"Space Critters" Ufologist Trevor James Constable Has Died

Another early researcher and writer in ufology has passed away. Native New Zealander Trevor James Constable, 90, died on March 31, 2016, in California.

This news comes after only recently learning of the death of Albert K. Bender, 94.

Not too surprising, because Bender and Constable were from a special era, there's an overlap between their lives.

Ufologist Nick Redfern points out in a communique to me:

Constable contributed a letter to the book Bender Mystery Confirmed. Not many people know of this book. It was a follow-up to Bender's Flying Saucers and the Three Men. It was published by Gray Barker. The Confirmed book is a collection of about 20 letters from people who had read Bender's book and who wanted to comment on it.


Trevor Constable was an early foundation proponent that UFOs were actually "space animals," and wrote about his theories beginning in the 1950s.

Trevor James Constable began reading, intensively about "flying saucers" in 1957. Using the name "Trevor James," as the author of They Live in the Sky (1958), he tells of having attended George Van Tassel's Giant Rock convention and learned techniques to contact a mysterious entity called "Ashtar." Some in ufology link Constable to Men-in-Black through these learning experiences, although this merely appears to be his youthful introduction to the field. His direction found him going elsewhere in his exploration of UFOs.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Jeremy Thomas September 1 at 10:40pm: An extraordinary fact.

An extraordinary fact.
By the contributions of many active observers of anomalies including members of this group we can claim:
Today what is beeing observed consistently around the world are anomalous manifestations that many times, but not always take mimic forms, the reality of that is supported by an overwhelming amount of evidence that is objective and repeatable.
This claim alone is of EXTRAORDINARY significance. For nothing else we can make such a claim and that is my point. Beyond that my objective outlook to any problem does not allow me to claim the reality or not of anything else.

But that extraordinary claim can be subjected today to the most exigent scientific scrutiny and will be validated, we can not say the same for anything else, but again that is unprecedented and many active observers of anomalies had made that possible. The "real nature" of these manifestations is secondary to their reality.

Jeremy Thomas September 1 at 1:49pm : We had come full circle.

We had come full circle.

We had mentioned before as the media had created a trap for itself in the "traditional Ufology" field and that get reaffirmed over and over again.

Anybody producing any kind of media targeted to the so called "UFO community" will be forced to satisfy the very well known beliefs and expectations of that community, it is a very clear unwritten script.

Believers had been hiding behind blurry or incomplete footage, many times behind personal accounts only, they had been doing that now for more than 60 years. But that is really not surprising remembering that other religions had been doing similar things for thousands of years.

Beliefs will always takes precedence over any kind of "evidence", still we have people thinking in a flat earth or that the moon is fake, etc. and in not a small number members of that "UFO community" overlap the mentioned groups.

We had seen how some people had been shunned: Anthony Woods, ever2020(that returned), Trevor J. Constable after publishing his first book: They live in the sky; and we had seen many times their attacks against people posting balloon like anomalies in a conscious or unconscious goal of silencing their voices and real observations. The Social Inquisition at play.

Only clear and consistent evidence can truly provide answers and anybody with a minimal of objective outlook to reality must be prepared to accept the reality of whatever that evidence support.

But it should be clear the tendency coming from the believers camp and their enablers: disregard or belittle clear evidence that may contradict their preconceptions and over-highlight or hype any kind of accounts supporting their beliefs.

I say to them: bring clear and consistent evidence of your claims and we'll accept it. Personally I am not tied to any group or idea only to objectivity, but believers so far had shown precisely only lack of objectivity.

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