Friday, November 6, 2009

Extraterrestrial Life Official Soon (?)

Sounds like another case of wishful thinking.. This article on UFOdigest, this piece on The Examiner and this one are all written by the same man, Michael E. Salla, Ph.D, the founder of and author of Exopolitics: Political Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence (Dandelion Books, 2004), still in print as you can see on the Amazon widget on the left..
image Salla is described as a pioneer in the development of Exopolitics, namely the research of the implications of extraterrestrial contact and presence. I haven’t read it but it sounds interesting, if a little wacky, since “He cites evidence of as many as seventeen different extraterrestrial civilizations currently interacting with humanity in a variety of ways, with a number of other civilizations simply monitoring the Earth. “ I could be wrong and he could be legit, but I imagine I would have heard of him before now if that was the case. I am going to get the book anyway though.
Now to his case for imminent disclosure of ET relations. In his article he claims that a reliable source informed two of his colleagues of a secret UN meeting that took place on February 12, 2008, at the New York offices of the United Nations. A secret UFO group within the UN supposedly alarmed by the number of UFO sightings, crop circles and cover-up speculation, advised the interested nations to reveal all contact and knowledge of ET life by 2013, concluding that the repercussions will not be as severe as was once feared.
2013? Well, that’s after the world ends, right?
Now Dr Salla’s sources tell him that disclosure will occur by the end of 2009! That’s correct, in a couple of months.
The article attaches a special significance to President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize, and theorizes that his acceptance on December 10 may be a perfect opportunity to announce that we are not alone..
While his sources are a bit flaky to say the least (Hoagland? Seriously?), he manages to make some good points: Obama has gained worldwide acceptance and legitimacy not only by the Nobel Prize but by his efforts to give more power to the UN, clear up the corrupt parts of his country, namely the military, and minimize conflict while promoting peace.
All that does not prove a damn thing, but if such a world-changing, paradigm-shifting disclosure was ever to be made, Obama is the most likely candidate, and the time is now more than ever.
Far chance but we’ll know in a couple of months, won’t we?

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