What is the Phenomenon?

UFO Over Car

Proverbs 19:9 (NIV): “A false witness will not go unpunished, and whoever pours out lies will perish.”

2.1 Perth County, Ontario Incident

I will attempt to describe my interactions with 1 type of the phenomena, as there is a real feeling of shame and disbelief in even talking about it. There has been a deliberate cultivation of shame and disbelief surrounding UFO experiences, designed to discourage people from coming forward and sharing their encounters. From my perspective, this UFO stigma is a sad situation, and it didn’t have to be this way.

I had three up-close and personal experiences. My other experiences throughout my life are quite different which I will talk about later. 1st. I was younger than 5 years old. 2nd. I was around 6 years old. Third. I was around 18 years old. My connection to the phenomenon never truly goes away, and it can be sensed like a feeling of being watched by a presence, along with other strangeness. I didn’t want this intrusion in my life as it makes you feel like there is something wrong with you.

I am 48 now in 2022. I was born in 1974 in Ontario, Canada. Before I was even born, the concept of UFOs and the study of unidentified flying objects had already gained traction. In that very year, an influential documentary titled “UFOs: Past, Present, and Future” was produced, boasting the cooperation of the United States Air Force and the Department of Defense. This documentary aimed to shed light on the subject and provide a comprehensive exploration of UFO phenomena.

Additionally, 1974 witnessed another remarkable event: a team of scientists, including Carl Sagan, orchestrated the design and transmission of a message from the Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico. This message was deliberately crafted to establish communication with any potential extraterrestrial civilizations that might be listening. This ambitious endeavor sought to initiate a dialogue with Beings beyond our planet and fuel our curiosity about the possibility of intelligent life elsewhere in the cosmos.

It is important to clarify that the field of ufology was already firmly established, and my personal story or testimony was not necessary to contribute to the existing body of evidence regarding the phenomena or the presence of ‘The Others’. In 1974, Jacques Vallee was deeply involved in his research on UFOs. He had already published a few influential books on the subject by this time, such as “Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers” (1969) and “The Invisible College: What a Group of Scientists Has Discovered About UFO Influences on the Human Race” (1975). In the 1970s, Hynek and Vallee proposed the Close Encounter Classification System to describe different types of UFO sightings and encounters.

Stanton Friedman began his involvement in UFO research in 1958, and by the 1960s and 1970s, he was giving interviews and lectures on the topic recognizing it as a Cosmic Watergate.

In a 1974 interview, John Northrop, an influential aerospace engineer, expressed firm belief in UFOs, citing their unique propulsion and movement capabilities that surpassed contemporary aerodynamic technology. He speculated on the potential use of fusion energy by UFOs, which could explain their seemingly unlimited power and ability to maneuver without sonic booms.

In his 1970 book “Operation Trojan Horse,” John A. Keel took a divergent approach to the study of UFOs and unexplained phenomena. Rather than aligning with the prevalent view that UFOs are spacecraft piloted by extraterrestrial beings, Keel introduced the concept of the “super-spectrum.” This theoretical realm could be the origin for a variety of paranormal phenomena, including UFO sightings. Keel posited the theory of “ultraterrestrials,” suggesting that the entities responsible for these phenomena might not be from other planets but could instead be interdimensional or even supernatural in nature.

Hugh Everett had deciphered much of these complex concepts as early as the 1950s, a feat that the rest of us struggled to comprehend. His insights and understanding were remarkably ahead of their time. Philip K. Dick in 1974 introduced these concepts in storytelling with lateral changes in plural realities existing superimposed on each other.

Not all research was positive, the frequency and attention of cattle mutilations were notably high during the 1970s, and still to this day, a conclusive explanation remains elusive.

I believe I have been interacting with one type of this phenomenon. Given the unique experiences people have described, there might be various forms of this phenomenon or possibly an organizational hierarchy.

Let’s start with my very last close experience, when I was 18 years old, my friend was driving me home from his house around 1 am, and a 10-foot-high oval shaped ball of extremely bright white light hovered over the car for less than 45 seconds. Our car came to a stop because initially we thought the light was a car and we thought we were going to hit it. The object was stationary within less than 10 feet of the car front windshield, and it both arrived and shot off at extremely high speeds. Our UFO sighting resembled an object in a plasma-like state, but it was distinct from phenomena like ball lightning. We saw it arrive, hover, and leave.

We were driving in a Mitsubishi Galant. There was no sound from the UFO. There were no other known witnesses, and we did not report it to anyone other than family and friends. I can’t believe that these things are real, and I know our families simply thought we were nuts when we told them what happened. This happened in a small town within Perth County, Ontario Canada.

The Ball of Light hovered in the front center of our windshield. This image is very accurate. (I did my best to draw it using Dall-E)

The event was not scary but concerning. The absence of fear can be attributed to the lack of sound. The fear doesn’t come during the encounter but after upon reflection.

If someone were to ask me about my certainty regarding a UFO hovering over the car I was in, I would confidently assert that I am 100% certain of the event, and I solemnly swear to its truthfulness. My friend at the time, was also a witness and was first to call it a UFO. Without that confirmation, I wouldn’t have made the connection to the metallic looking spheres of my youth.

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