All that is required is the openness of the eight year-old’s mind
While we’re going to focus less on the evidence in the case, the corroboration of the prophecies, etc., and more on our own thinking and the thought processes by which we create all areas of our lives, we won’t abandon all interest in these other areas. So let’s look at what kind of thinking some people apply to the evidence in making their own determinations about its authenticity.
It certainly seems that a huge number of people today are incapable of actual, rational thought. They may be able to line facts up, do internet searches, etc., but their ability to reason is gone or non-existent. They can’t think in accordance with reality, only with a linear process that doesn’t take into account how things work (and don’t work) in real life.
Once again , the WCUFO
For example, it should be sufficient for any truly rational, intelligent, logical, realistic person to put the nighttime WCUFO photo into PhotoShop and – seeing their OWN results – immediately grasp that not only are the photo and the case real but that all factors eliminate the possibility of any kind of hoax.
But many people who are being “educated” to regurgitate information, to perform like trained seals in order to attain degrees, credentials, etc., are now too often so deficient in reasoning abilities that they would have to…debunk their own results rather than allow themselves to grasp the reality of the evidence that they just revealed to themselves.
When we look at the WCUFO photo, we are presented at the same time with a boat load of accompanying facts and information. The photo has appeared, for some 33 years, to be only some “model” against a “black curtain”. This photo, one of 64, were taken by Billy Meier with a 35mm film camera. The man who took these photos never drew attention to the proof hidden in plain sight – plain sight not being so plain until decades later when the technology was invented that allowed even a child to reveal and see the hidden truth.
Real Life Factors
When the known and established circumstances of the photographer’s life are factored into the equation – which already is the problem since the modern crop of so-called scientists, skeptics, etc., haven’t been taught to actually think like real investigators, detectives and such – then the reality is all the more staggering.
Instead of learning how to think comprehensively and realistically we have some people who pursue their “specialized” aims, credentials and status while being functionally useless. Further, they are laden with usually unconscious beliefs and assumptions that a “real UFO case” would be conducted flawlessly, by super-human beings, immune from mistakes, oversights and problems. Because these aspiring specialists have no practical training in the realities of how life actually works, how messy even the best of plans and procedures can become when numbers of real, live human beings, of different abilities, backgrounds, intentions, personalities, knowledge, etc., are involved in something, they hold up a sterile template as the measure of how things are supposed to be if they are real.
They leave out other important, real life factors including the weather, financial and technological resources, adversaries within and without, all of which are among the classic but highly relevant “means, motive and opportunity” that would need to be considered in determining if someone was trying to “hoax” something.
So with only superficial and false criteria, unrealistic expectations and assumptions, they actually don’t investigate, weigh and evaluate all the components of a situation. Instead, they lie in wait – on their computers since actually going to investigate in person is too inconvenient – for the first seeming inconsistency that is based upon their own below conscious level skepticism, beliefs, etc.
They simply gloss over facts such as that as far back as 1964, hundreds of people witnessed the craft that Meier photographed in India. And, since we filmed the cross in the sky photo while we made The Silent Revolution of Truth – and I was two inches away from this obviously not faked photo taken with a 1940s Kodak bellows type camera – I can personally attest to its existence and authenticity. Having had such a camera in my family years ago, I would have to laugh in the face of anyone who would try to suggest that any “special effects” could have been performed with it and in a remote part of India at the time. Of course, if they were genuine researchers and investigators, the know-it-alls would go and investigate it for themselves.
A Child’s Mind
The point of all of this is that unless and until people learn how to think and reason, they will rely only on their technologies, i.e. computers, etc., to try to solve problems that the human mind must reason its way through. Of course, in deference to the children of today (who are capable of using technologies unavailble to any of the great scientists of the past) all that is required is the openness of the eight year-old’s mind to perceive the results that it obtains and to grasp the inescapable conclusions that are simply too clear and logical for many so-called scientists and other skeptics.
This is probably a terrifying prospect for those who’ve invested considerably in their own “education”, as well as in the now ubiquitous technology that reveals the truth that, unlike a child, they may not be functionally intelligent enough to comprehend.
See also: Analysis of the WCUFO Photographs