(Richard Dolan) On December 16, people interested in UFOs received an early Christmas surprise. The New York Times—a longtime leader in mainstream UFO debunking efforts—published two articles on the subject in one day. These were not the vacuous, snarky pieces that typically emanate from the newspaper that publishes “all the news fit to print.” These were, in fact, two good articles that gave genuine information.
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(Arjun Walia) It’s hard to know where to begin when writing on a subject that seems to top the Google search engine charts year after year. It’s no secret that the world is fascinated with the idea that intelligent extraterrestrial life did, and currently could be, visiting our planet, and regularly. The unfortunate part about the phenomenon is that the world rarely sees evidence for it presented in a credible way. Nearly all mainstream media outlets, news anchors, and journalists do more harm than good, discrediting a topic that has plenty of proof behind it. Either it’s not discussed at all, or it’s done through ridicule.
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(Stillness in the Storm Editor) The evidence debate is a large one, and there is much to consider insofar as how we evaluate claims, whistleblowers, evidence, and so forth. I offer commentary on this complex and worthwhile topic after the below article. How we evaluate our experiences and beliefs is arguably the most fundamental thing we must come to terms with. As such, this issue raging in ufology is one that extends to all fields of truth seeking.
by Justin Deschamps,
For those who've studied history honestly, a consistent theme presents itself: information manipulation. The powers that be are experts at engineering social change and engaging in psychological warfare operations that target anyone, or anything, that stands in their way. At present, ufology is one of those battlefronts, as a coordinated effort to destroy certain figures within the field has been revealed. One individual, in particular, Corey Goode, has been the subject of character attacks and slander since he began sharing his testimony in 2015. Recently, Goode was contacted by a man who claimed to be directly involved in this coordinated smear campaign, saying it was a "strategy to start [a] "civil war" in the UFO community." Jordan Sather was also contacted by this individual in May, who warned him to "drop back" from Goode and another prominent figure in the field, David Wilcock. This and other events provide strong evidence that suggests there are indeed powerful players interested in keeping Goode and those who support him quiet. The agenda's full scope is far beyond merely attacking figures in ufology.
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(Dr. Michael Salla) On July 16, leading UFO historian, Richard Dolan, released an article setting out his views about how to assess individuals who have claimed to have direct knowledge and experience concerning secret space programs. He explains his sympathy for the view that such programs exist, and that people have been through these programs where they have or want to come forward with what they know.
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(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Corey did a wonderful job responding to Richard Dolan's letter, which is equally cordial and respectable. Both exemplify what it means to set aside differences for the greater work—even if this hasn't realized an ultimate unity yet. Both individuals have their own method and process for understanding the questions of ufology and the greater questions of truth in general. I applaud Richard for his exemplary dedication to his facet of ufology.
I hope all those who care about the truth can find common ground in the seeking of it. We're all in the pursuit of knowledge together, whether we realize it or not, and the more we find it within ourselves to collaborate on this great work, the more precisely we can lay claim to what the truth has to offer.