In what other field of study would the most sought after, best evidence be ignored, suppressed and ridiculed in favor of idiotic, delusional, hallucinatory claims? Welcome to the wonderful world of…UFOlogy.
On a recent edition of C2C, there was an interview with Richard Dolan, a supposed “UFO researcher”. For those who still may not know, the field of so-called UFO research, which is part of the UFO community and industry (UFOCI) is one of the least scientific, with the absolutely lowest standards, making it rather comfortable for self-styled “UFO experts”.
Where else do we have a plethora of poseurs who babble on about what, by definition, they can’t identify, who have no actual tangible evidence for the hypothetical and hyperbolic conclusions they draw and who nonetheless pump out books mainly composed of equally inconclusive, third hand reports about UFO events that have long since passed?
Dolan wastes no time taking plenty of it to unleash his self-promotion as a writer and publisher because, after all, this is a nice little career niche. He sounds like a nice chummy academic, someone who’d be fun to sit and talk with about his favorite hobby, which would be great if his favorite hobby wasn’t…UFOs. He also sounds like he knows what he’s talking about, filled with lovely little anecdotal tales of people’s mysterious, traumatic “encounters” with strange…entities, aliens, Reptilians, etc., etc. Indeed, he reveals that there are so many mind-reading, tall, beautiful blonde aliens everywhere that now they’re showing up in churches, weddings and Las Vegas casinos. It’s the internet version of the campfire ghost story marathon that you can listen to while you nervously chow down on microwaved popcorn. Great entertainment; if only this really still was the 1950s and not the real world today.
When George Noory asked Dolan about the Billy Meier case, he said that, “a lot of UFO researchers just are terrified to talk about him”. Of course they are because their entire, profit-oriented, unscientific “careers” would go down the toilet where they belong. The lights would go on and the room would clear and no one would still be chasing the lights in the sky. After all, how much mileage (and more importantly, cash) can they expect to get out of all of their nonsense when they discover that there’s a real, ironclad UFO contact case and it’s still ongoing?
By saying that he was “not aware of any other person there to witness this (Meier’s contacts)” Dolan’s ignorance of the now over 100 eyewitnesses in the Meier case – of which I am one – demonstrated that my broad-brush dismissal of UFO researchers as a bunch of incompetent phonies and profiteers applied to him as well. When asked about Meier’s stunning photographic UFO evidence, Dolan certainly wasn’t hesitant to tell Noory that, “some of the images he’s put out there look very, very fake. They look clearly fake to me.”
Wow, some UFO expert.
You should know that Dolan is among those on my mailing list who has been sent every blog and article pertaining to the authentication of Meier’s UFO evidence, as well as his prophetically accurate scientific and world event information. I’ll list some of them again here:
Just in case Dolan is still stumbling around looking for the “evidence”, the original analyses of Meier’s evidence has long been available online.
And I’ll point out that he also was sent this, which allows anyone to test and prove the authenticity of Meier’s WCUFO for themselves:
How big of a bumbling dolt would a “UFO researcher”, a “UFO EXPERT” have to be to not have taken the opportunity to do what any child now can do? Or did Dolan test the photo himself and figure that it was a career ender, unless and until he can…write a new book claiming, “I’m the first UFO researcher to discover that the Billy Meier UFO case is authentic!”? Write a new book, of course. Right after he accidentally let the truth out, “It’s like a no win thing for me to get into it as a researcher,” he must’ve realized he could still make a buck off of the Meier case after all, quickly adding that he would “deal with it”…in his new book!
Really? Why not wake the hell up, find out that Meier’s is the only scientifically proven, still ongoing UFO contact case and put out a major press release about it? Oh yeah, how would Dolan…profit from that? This is all still…entertainment for these dimwits. It’s a fantastic opportunity to make a living waxing on in sonorous tones about all of the still enormously speculative information that everyone can go oooh and aaah about – while the world marches into war and tries to shovel its way out of the equally long foretold environmental destruction.
Are these words too harsh to describe a bookish, droning hobbyist who’s so abysmally myopic that he can’t see the very thing he claims to be looking for? Well, he’s the “expert” who’s peddling stories about masses of malevolent extraterrestrial zombies descending upon and sucking the lifeblood out of us. He even knows the reason, i.e. because “the most valuable stuff right here on Earth, it’s DNA…Earth is a gold mine” and the aliens are “trying to extend their own lives” by “harvesting our genetic material” to create a “hybrid species”. Despite ample opportunity, Dolan’s apparently chosen to remain completely ignorant of the fact that we also happen to have the most damaged, manipulated human genetic material in the universe. It’s certainly not the stuff that any already highly advanced, long-lived, space traveling extraterrestrial race would traverse the depths of space, tens to hundreds of light years, to decide to shoot themselves up with. Isn’t that obvious?
Having hungrily swallowed the disinformation created by the intelligence agencies and the hysterical, equally delusional “abductees”/”experiencers”, he dependably regurgitates and sells it to the concerned citizenry, the insomniacs now cowering fearfully under their covers, their radios clutched closely to their ears. How many of them will wake up in the morning “remembering” that they too were victimized by evil aliens and are now quite possibly carrying their…hybrid babies?
True to the core values and co-religions of this country, the pursuit of fame and fortune, there are people who will obviously do anything for a buck. They will suspend critical thinking, stay willfully ignorant and cynically pretend to be looking for the truth that would in fact revolutionize everything we think we know about the universe and life itself. In reality, they’re run-of-the-mill, profiteering hacks, clumsily trampling over the most important true story in human history, churning out meaningless drivel and fodder for tabloids, hoping to extend their proverbial 15 minutes in the spotlight in the process.