The Interdimensional Hypothesis Jan 26, 2011 21:34:22 GMT -6
Post by jokelly on Jan 26, 2011 21:34:22 GMT -6
So, where do they come from? Many of us here have experienced, to some extent, UFO's or have had encounters with an unstandard variety of beings. Some people have encounters with 'shadow' people, ghosts, big foot, fairies and the list goes on. There is a theory that takes all of these manifestations into account and explains them. For the most part, the 'general' UFO community doesn't accept it, but it has a following all of it's own.
Interdimensional Hypotheses is the brain child of astrophysicist Jacques Vallee, and proposes the existance of a non-human consciousness, which may or may not possess a physical body or bodies, that exists either on or around the earth and is able to manipulate space, time and consciousness in ways that we presently do not understand.
'In addition to Vallee, other researchers such as Salvador Freixedo, John Keel, and Aime Michel, believe the phenomenon represents an alien intelligence which can masquerade in various forms, including space visitors, religious apparitions, anomalous creatures, poltergeists, and psychic phenomena.
These "aliens", appear to practice deception on a vast scale, and little, if anything of who they say they are or even what they appear to be can be trusted. Historically, pre-industrial societies believed in the existence of "elementals" of various sorts, dragons, demons, elves, pixies, Invisible Masters, and various other little people and paranormal beings. These entities were invariably supernaturally powerful, often belligerent and prone to playing pranks, as well as abducting children, seducing and raping women and teenage girls, and taking people to places where time seemed to pass at a different speed than the normal world. The theory identifies these entities as the action of the supposed consciousness.
The motives of the consciousness behind the process are unknown, but it may be some kind of test about the ultimate nature of reality and humanity's ability to comprehend it, despite being handicapped by society and its taboos about what is and what isn't acceptable, as well as the state of modern physics. Presumably, beings with the ability to bend space, warp time and communicate telepathically may be in possession of the ultimate keys to the physical laws, which govern the universe. What may be occurring is some sort of first contact scenario by an unimaginable power, being played out over millennia, and not as Hollywood has always asserted, and science has demanded, by the proverbial UFO landing on the White House lawn. In short, the phenomenon, by its very existence, poses the question, "What is the ultimate nature of reality and the physical laws that underlie it?"
In 1994, a number of European UFO researchers and authors met at the Santo Espíritu del Monte monastery in the Andalusian city of Valencia, Spain. Many of them couldn't help feeling like conspirators plotting the overthrow of an unreasonable political regime: they had gathered at this retreat for the purpose of furthering an alternative approach for the study of the UFO phenomenon. Admittedly, this was hardly innovative, but it was their intention to officialize their intention as a declaration, much in the same manner of those patriots who met in Philadelphia in 1776.
The Project Delphos Manifesto, as it would come to be known, hoped to promote among its signatories the adherence to a single line of research aimed at proving that a considerable number of UFO sightings were of an interdimensional or paraphysical nature -- directly the opposite to the tenets of the ETH or Extraterrestrial Hypothesis.
The initiative was spearheaded by French investigator Pierre Delaval, whose group, the Comission d'Etudes Ouranos, has long championed the belief that mankind has long been under the scrutiny of a non-human intelligence from another dimension or level of existence; Spain's Pedro Valverde and Ramón Navía, co-sponsors of the initiative, expressed the belief that "an extraplanetary force interferes in human affairs and with human minds, thwarting natural evolution since the beginning of time."
I bring this 'hypothesis' up for a couple of reasons. It's one that I lean toward and the reason for this is the sheer variety of UFO sightings and aliens. The differences in stories from abductees and experiencers. The ability to travel through solid objects and the seeming ability to manipulate physics on a very grand scale. I am also aware that the theory isn't particularly popular with ufologists in general. Maybe the thought of one very manipulative and inventive alien (or race of them) is too daunting to consider. Omnipotent almost...unbeatable.
The thought that something could have existed for so long, toying with us as it were, is something a lot of people will never comfortably consider I think, but I also think it's a very possible hypothesis that can explain many open mysteries. I'd ask you to read the articles accompanying this and chew it over together..pro's and cons. Do you fancy a benign (or militant) alien race from the nether reaches of space or maybe a more formidible oponent (or puppetmaster) a bit closer to home? It's mentioned in one of the articles below and maybe it's a good rule of thumb: Acording to Arthur C. Clark It's not a flying saucer unless you can read the Mars liscence plate.