UFO Conjectures

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Different UFO Entities?


If UFOs are tangible vehicles, from an extraterrestrial source or sources (and that “if” is rather large in some quarters), how does one explain the various entity configurations that have appeared with them (UFOs) over the years?

That is, why do diverse entities show up in various, separate periods of time?

For instance, early accounts of the gods who arrived in space ships (or vehicles), except for the fish-god Oannes of the Sumerians, were human-like individuals, as is the case with the angels or messengers that appear in Hebrew Bible accounts.


While after that early time there is a general lacuna of UFO accounts where any entity is seen or experienced at all, in the late 1890s air-ships showed up in America that contained human-like beings who spoke English or definable dialects (German, for one).


The major spate of UFO sightings in which entities are supposedly observed came in the late 1940s and early 1950s when beautiful human-like creatures – like those from the Biblical era – made appearances (such as Adamski’s Orthon and Truman Bethurum’s Aura Rhanes).


But as the 1950s progressed, other creatures appeared, weird dwarfish beings and a clot of other entities with strange, non-human features.


Then in 1961 (a bit later actually), the Barney and Betty Hill creatures surfaced, the so-called “grays” that have become the fixture for UFO creatures.


A few other creatures surfaced in the 1970s, such as the Pascagoula beings that Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker encountered.


But the 1980s, until today, have produced little or no UFO entities; none that have captured the public interest anyway.

What does this tell us about UFOs and/or those beings which supposedly pilot them?

And what does the normal size of UFO entities tell us?

As you know, no gigantic or particularly diminutive (very, very small) creatures have been spotted or noted exiting or entering UFOs.

Giants were mentioned in the early Hebrew Biblical texts, and giants show up in Greek myths, but most accounts of the gods (Egyptian, Norse, Indian, et cetera) do not indicate that visitors from the skies – whether gods, demons, or alien beings – are considerably abnormal in physiognomy or stature.


Most gods were humanistic in kind, even when they sported animal features or disguises.


And UFOs themselves are not particularly abnormal in size or performance from what physical laws allow; even the huge motherships that have been reported are not beyond reasonable size for aircraft. (Dirigibles approximate them.)


Then what about the dearth of female entities?

Inside the Egyptian, Indian, and Greek pantheon of gods and ancient literature there are few goddesses such as Lilith in the Hebrew Bible, but female gods are few, compared to male gods, who predominate.


And in ufology only the 1950s contactee obsession with females and the Villas Boas case indicate that women were once part of the UFO phenomenon.


Most UFO reports lack any singular notice of women entities as part and parcel of extraterrestrial visitations.

Some abductee stories contain alien female aspects, but the abduction phenomenon is fraught with too many irrational elements to make the female presence within them credible.


There are drawings of what UFO observers have reported about entities they confronted or saw, but no forensic study of those observations is extant.


A study of these diverse UFO entities and the feminine lack should be grist for investigators, either the ET-believers or the crypto-human kind.

A serious analysis might go far in determining just what the UFO enigma consists of or means.