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Frankly, not enough people are interested. People like Bassett are considered fringe-level agitators. Then you have people like Greer who are widely
considered to be charlatans. Now we have deLonge stepping up to the plate for a new generation, but we’ve been down this road before. It all begs the
question of what “the government” knows. Most all of “the government” doesn’t know any more than you or me. And if there is a small cadre of people “in the know,” they aren’t telling, DeLonge’s “sekrets” notwithstanding. If you personally have seen something CE1 or better, you don’t need “Disclosure” because you already have it.
One of the prevailing memes about Disclosure is that “the government” has commissioned studies by think tanks such as the Rand Corporation which have
concluded that Disclosure would freak out a lot of people and cause social disruption. It is true that we have people such as the poster above who say
its all about demons, but this is 13th Century thinking at best. These people are ineffectual now and if we did have Disclosure and these people were
confronted with whatever it is, of course they would freak out, but what can they do? They’ll still be as ineffectual and irrelevant to modern
thinking as they are now.
Most of modern society not inflicted with fundamentalism would take Disclosure in stride. After all, we’re the space generation. We’ve been to all the
planets we know about. Voyager has left the solar system. There are satellite launches every couple of weeks these days. Any half-way educated person
knows there is probably life elsewhere. If the government came out and said, “Hey, guys, turns out Einstein was wrong and you really can go faster
than light speed because our alien friends have invented Warp Drive. Zero to sixty in nothing flat; it’s really cool!” then half of us would want to
take it out for a spin. in other words, “aliens from space” is natural and even expected. The whole idea fits right into our culture. So in my view
if Disclosure is about “aliens from space” it’s a no-brainer. People would take it in stride.
However, if it’s NOT “aliens from space,” we may have a problem. If it’s the IDH (Inter-dimensional hypothesis) then we’ll have the simple-minded
freaking out about demons, but also it means our world view about the nature of reality is fundamentally flawed. Our science says the universe is
material, and though we have string theory and all that, those “dimensions” aren’t what is at issue here. Let us just pretend:
[Pretend starts here] What if the religions are right and that when we die our souls go to another dimension. Not only that, we reincarnate on a
regular basis and the whole operation is like a school to teach our higher selves, well, this and that. This idea does not admit to heaven hell, and
demons, but it is pretty damn close. And THIS is where the “aliens” come from. They are more highly advanced, enough to be able to travel between
dimensions at will, and they do not adhere to our ideas of civil liberties, human rights, etc. And they mess with us continually for whatever
nefarious reasons they have.
This accounts for the plethora of sightings, the weakness of their ships, which seem to crash pretty easily, and the “high strangeness” aspect of
their visits. It accounts for how long they have been here, and it really doesn’t require Einstein to be wrong—just incomplete. And if this is all
true, then science has got it ALL wrong and our fundamental assumptions as a worldwide culture go flying out the window. Now THAT would freak people
out. [End Pretending here]
And that would explain why the government is not anxious to furnish us with Disclosure any time soon. It would be existentially shattering.