Archive for October, 2009

Who Are They? In My Opinion…

Posted in Alien Technology, EBE, Extraterrestrial, Intelligent Design, UFO with tags , , , , on October 17, 2009 by Rick Buggy's Rants & Ravings

They – the ET’s, the Aliens, the EBE’s as they are nowadays called. They are not so much a what as a who in my opinion. I ascribe to the philosophy of Intelligent Design and that these beings are as human as we are. They are only alien to us in appearance, method of transport and other technology that might put them a million or more years in advance of us. A million years in the scheme of the cosmos is basically nothing, considering the universe is between 13.5 and 14 billion years old. What’s a million or two?

Picture ourselves as an anthropologist studying our own early ancestors. If we had the ability to go back in time and visit Australopithecus (3.9 to 3.0 million years ago) or Cro Magnon (30,000 to 17,000 years ago) how would they react at seeing us? What would they think? Would they be hostile or in awe? Would we be considered their Gods? What could we teach them (if they had the mental capacity to understand and learn what we had to teach them). Would we try to interfere in there way of life, or would some sort of “prime directive” not to interfere with their evolution, override how we would interact with them. How would we inspect them physically, biologically, emotionally and spiritually, again without negatively interfering with their evolutionary processes? Apply these same questions to the EBE’s relative to ourselves. Now where does that put your feelings on the matter?

The center of the Milky Way galaxyWell first of all, you’d have to be someone who actually believes that intelligent life actually does exist elsewhere in the Universe. If you don’t then there’s no convincing you on this blog. The sheer size of our own galaxy, never mind the universe is amazing. As an example, our own corner of the universe, the spiral Milky Way galaxy, is 100,000 light years in diameter. It contains 200 billion to 400 billion suns (known as stars). This is just our own galaxy. Consider that there are 100 billion galaxies in the observable Universe, or that can be seen from earth. The observable universe contains 30 to 70 sextillion stars (that’s 30 to 70,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 suns). So far, as of October 7 2009, we have only found 373 planets rotating around other stars like we rotate around our sun!

I know this might not convince you that life must exist elsewhere in the universe, but I think it helps you to understand that the possibility is extremely high, given the huge number of opportunities out there. Now, if you are open minded to the notion that it is possible for intelligent life to exist elsewhere in the cosmos, then I think you understand and are able to grasp the concept that these entity’s (500,000 to 1,000,000 years in advance of us) are visiting us now, have visited us in the past, and to do this, they must have harnessed physics and technologies beyond anything we can hope to know anytime soon.

Are they benevolent or are they malevolent? My guess is, based on everything said above thus-far, that they are indeed benevolent! If we can again imagine their civilization to be 500,000 to a 1,000,000 years older than us, and that they too have struggled in their evolutionary ladder with war, time after time, and diseases, nuclear weaponry or whatever will proceed it one can only surmise that they have mastered and transcended the base instincts of fight fire with fire and an eye for an eye, kill or be killed and survival of the fittest. I think the key word here is transcended. They have moved beyond these base instincts that we wrestle with and suffer from.

To be continued…

Okay – my head is about to explode at this point. I’ll come back to this after a few coffee’s and some fresh air. Stay tuned…


The Fourth Kind…

Posted in Alien Abduction, Extraterrestrial, UFO with tags , , , , , on October 17, 2009 by Rick Buggy's Rants & Ravings

The upcoming alien abduction movie, The Fourth Kind, isn’t your typical Hollywood extraterrestrial sci-fi alien movie. Infourthkindfact, The Fourth Kind is a lot more frightening since it’s supposedly based on actual events and reported cases of alien abduction of The Fourth Kind. Interestingly, if you follow the extrerrestrial trail of The Fourth Kind marketing campaign, which now includes Facebook and Twitter, the scariest part is that The Fourth Kind isn’t based on one isolated incident surrounding strange disappearances in Nome, Alaska dating back to the 1960s.

The November 6 release of The Fourth Kind, starring Milla Jovovich, Elias Koteas, and Will Patton, reignited our fascination with alien abductions and cinematic abductees have flocked to the Fourth Kind Facebook and The Fourth Kind Twitter pages to share their experiences. As you will soon find out, however, there’s more to The Fourth Kind than meets the eye.

The real question for non-abductees heading into The Fourth Kind is, do you believe? Decide for yourself and head to the Facebook page and Twitter for multiple eye witness accounts of UFO sightings, alien abductions, and all things extraterrestrial leading up to The Fourth Kind.


In 1972, a scale of measurement was established for alien encounters. When a UFO is sighted, it is called an encounter of the first kind. When evidence is collected, it is known as an encounter of the second kind. When contact is made with extraterrestrials, it is the third kind. The next level, abduction, is the fourth kind. This encounter has been the most difficult to document…until now.

Structured unlike any film before it, The Fourth Kind is a provocative thriller set in modern-day Nome, Alaska, where-mysteriously since the 1960s-a disproportionate number of the population has been reported missing every year. Despite multiple FBI investigations of the region, the truth has never been discovered.

Here in this remote region, psychologist Dr. Abigail Tyler (Milla Jovovich) began videotaping sessions with traumatized patients and unwittingly discovered some of the most disturbing evidence of alien abduction ever documented.

Using never-before-seen archival footage that is integrated into the film, The Fourth Kind exposes the terrified revelations of multiple witnesses. Their accounts of being visited by alien figures all share disturbingly identical details, the validity of which is investigated throughout the film.

New Post From PA.

Posted in Extraterrestrial, Pennsylvania, UFO with tags , , , on October 16, 2009 by Rick Buggy's Rants & Ravings

Just received this great new YouTube post from Alison in Pennsylvania. When looking at this, remember there are NO houses or roads IN the forest. No wonder she’s scared, “sheetless”!

UFO over Changsha, Part Deux

Posted in Alien Technology, Antigravity, Extraterrestrial, Triangle, UFO with tags , , , , , on October 16, 2009 by Rick Buggy's Rants & Ravings

I’ve taken this video and stabilized it and slowed the speed down by 50%. Continues to amaze me. The center of the object seems to glow as witnesses have described like “heat waves” on a hot summer day. The original posting is here – compare the two.

Larry Warren to unveil fascinating footage of the best known UFO event in Britain

Posted in Uncategorized on October 16, 2009 by Rick Buggy's Rants & Ravings

RendleshamsmallRemarkable revelations of the best known UFO event in Britain, the Rendlesham Forest incident, is set to be unveiled in Halton. An action-packed Paranormal Week of free events is lined up at Halton Lea Library in Runcorn, from Monday.

In what is seen as a big coup, retired US Air Force serviceman Larry Warren will be showing fascinating footage shot by a USAF law enforcement official in Rendlesham forest on the night of December 27, 1980. His roll of film – to be screened at 7pm on Friday, October 23 – includes images he claims proves what he and many British people have insisted did happen.

Larry has spoken at UFO conferences all over the world and has appeared on countless TV and radio programs. Rob Bethell, Mark Rosney and Jebby Robinson of the TV series Spook School will also host evenings.

Are You Getting The H1N1 Flu Shot?

Posted in Polls with tags , on October 15, 2009 by Rick Buggy's Rants & Ravings

Vatican Says It’s OK To Believe in Aliens

Posted in Extraterrestrial, Vatican with tags , , , on October 15, 2009 by Rick Buggy's Rants & Ravings

This raises a whole lot of questions, not least of which is the question about why this bastion of non-change would take this position. Perhaps they know that the proof is undeniable. With the advent of internet, YouTube and camera cell phones, it is now considerably easier and faster to get those images out into cyberspace to be picked up by everyone with a computer.

I believe the stage is being set for the ultimate disclosure. It won’t be long now, until the “watchers” make themselves evident to all of us. The proof is all over the place.

“How can we rule out that life may have developed elsewhere?”

Vatican Says It's OK to Believe in Aliens

VATICAN CITY (May 13) – Believing that the universe may contain alien life does not contradict a faith in God, the Vatican’s chief astronomer said in an interview published Tuesday.

The Rev. Jose Gabriel Funes, the Jesuit director of the Vatican Observatory, was quoted as saying the vastness of the universe means it is possible there could be other forms of life outside Earth, even intelligent ones.

“How can we rule out that life may have developed elsewhere?” Funes said. “Just as we consider earthly creatures as ‘a brother,’ and ‘sister,’ why should we not talk about an ‘extraterrestrial brother’? It would still be part of creation.”

In the interview by the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano, Funes said that such a notion “doesn’t contradict our faith” because aliens would still be God’s creatures. Ruling out the existence of aliens would be like “putting limits” on God’s creative freedom, he said.

The interview, headlined “The extraterrestrial is my brother,” covered a variety of topics including the relationship between the Roman Catholic Church and science, and the theological implications of the existence of alien life.

Funes said science, especially astronomy, does not contradict religion, touching on a theme of Pope Benedict XVI, who has made exploring the relationship between faith and reason a key aspect of his papacy.

The Bible “is not a science book,” Funes said, adding that he believes the Big Bang theory is the most “reasonable” explanation for the creation of the universe. The theory says the universe began billions of years ago in the explosion of a single, super-dense point that contained all matter.

But he said he continues to believe that “God is the creator of the universe and that we are not the result of chance.”

Funes urged the church and the scientific community to leave behind divisions caused by Galileo’s persecution 400 years ago, saying the incident has “caused wounds.”

In 1633 the astronomer was tried as a heretic and forced to recant his theory that the Earth revolved around the sun. Church teaching at the time placed Earth at the center of the universe.

“The church has somehow recognized its mistakes,” he said. “Maybe it could have done it better, but now it’s time to heal those wounds and this can be done through calm dialogue and collaboration.”

Pope John Paul II declared in 1992 that the ruling against Galileo was an error resulting from “tragic mutual incomprehension.”

The Vatican Observatory has been at the forefront of efforts to bridge the gap between religion and science. Its scientist-clerics have generated top-notch research and its meteorite collection is considered one of the world’s best.

The observatory, founded by Pope Leo XIII in 1891, is based in Castel Gandolfo, a lakeside town in the hills outside Rome where the pope has a summer residence. It also conducts research at an observatory at the University of Arizona, in Tucson.

Copyright 2008 The Associated Press.

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