Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Getting The Public To Take Exopolitics Seriously

Getting the Public to Take Exopolitics Seriously
By Ed Komarek
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Accurately gathering information on extraterrestrial societies and their interaction with earth humanity is really no different that gathering information in other disciplines. A good scientific investigator works from a solid as possible evidentiary foundation but that is not enough. A good investigator must have the intelligence and intuition to draw the right conclusions from the data available and also use this intuition or remote viewing sense to find even more as of yet hidden evidentiary information. Growing up amongst some of the leading ecologists of the day prepared me for my exopolitical studies.

Anybody can gather information, but making sense of it and drawing correct conclusions that adhere closely to reality is a different matter altogether. I think that people who rely on information gathering alone or intuition alone diverge far off the mark. On the one hand we have scientists who rigidly adhere to factual information but rarely discover anything really new and on the other hand we have scientists that intuit information that is a confusing mixture of partly true and partly false. I believe there must be a proper balance between facts, evidence and intuition. A good investigator and analyst strikes this proper balance either through personal investigation or by knowing the investigators well that collect the information.

Recently one person on the Internet made the point that the public investigation of extraterrestrial realities was no different than in the 1600s during the voyages of discovery. When people began to come back from China and Japan many doubted the stories for good reason because many people exaggerated their stories for effect. I think the breakdown of belief would be similar to that of those who have had or think they have had extraterrestrial contact.

Some people will believe everything, some will believe nothing except were there was some physical proof and maybe doubt even that, while a very few would study carefully all the stories and compare one to the other looking for similarities. Some of these few might even travel to see for themselves so as to confirm personally much what they already had summarised from the study of the stories and the people that told the stories. So in a sense only a very few would ever be able to understand and know the whole picture until later when so much information and evidence becomes publicly available that no one could doubt the realities involved.

Things are no different today because some people are traveling into the depths of space and into other dimensions, parallel worlds, while others are in great secrecy learning about extraterrestrial realities from crashed craft and the occupants of those craft. Stories get exaggerated and distorted in the telling as a great many people who either deceive others deliberately or deceive themselves by grabbing hold of a tiny bit of evidence and make a mountain out of a molehill of it.

Uninformed and propagandised readers when faced with such a complex situation wonder how in the world they are going to find out what is really the truth. All I can say is begin by reading books that are well written and informative such as, UFOs and the National Security State by Richard Dolan, that are backed up by the governments own declassified documents. Or books by well respected and highly regarded individuals such as The Day After Roswell by Col. Philip Corso. Then get out in the field and onto the Internet and join a UFO group so as to verify from personal experience what has been read. There is a lot of work to do because the stakes are high.

The toughest thing I and others in the exopolitical have to do is to get an uninformed and propagandised public to just study the evidence and inquire. Much of the mainstream media and newspaper editors in particular find the subject taboo and refuse to publish articles because they think their papers credibility will be affected by an open public discussion. Those editors that have had the courage to publish have been surprised by the interest in the UFO/ET subject and that instead of lessening credibility find that quite the opposite is true and that their papers circulation increases.

Newspaper editors and publishers have become the most propagandised of the public because of a steady stream of UFO denigrating propaganda to their papers that originates out of the major news wires from Washington DC and several of the largest newspapers in the country. I have a friend who edits several small newspapers and he used to run local articles on sightings and other strange phenomena. People on the street would stop and complement him on his articles but all it took after several months was one anonymous letter to his boss to shut him down.

There is a chain from editor to publisher and only one person in that chain who disapproves will cause the article or news to be rejected and an open public discussion suppressed. If it was not for this there would be a Dear Abby column on UFOs in major papers around the country because of widespread public interest in the subject. As it is readers have to go elsewhere and on to the Internet to become informed.

The effect of 60 years of government brainwashing is to so dumb down the population that they either think the subject is silly or that even if true they have no need to be concerned because they are not being seriously and profoundly affected. People are being seriously and profoundly affected on an everyday basis by extraterrestrial realities and the suppression of the knowledge of those realities, from the price of energy at the pump to their emotional and mental well being.