UFO Conjectures

Saturday, March 31, 2012

A Book for UFO Dolts

This book [Para Publishing, Italy, 2011] should be a must-read for everyone particularly some of the UFO mavens who visit here.

The book opens the door to vivid conjecture, about quantum physics, classical physics, and Jung's depth psychology, especially the collective unconscious, which is a key factor in Jose Antonio Caravaca's Theory of (UFO) Distortion.

Hermetic Alchemy and neoplatonic alchemy, plus the vicissitudes of quantum theory and psychophysical reality are presented, along with a plethora of other arcane toics, in such a way as to explain why UFOs are seen by some and UFO events are experienced by others.

No, UFOs, per se, are not addressed in the book but the creative, astute reader can put the pieces together and become intellectualized about the UFO topic, outside of the phenomenon itself.

The psychophysical reality of UFOs is dismissed by old-school ufologists; the newer breed of UFO aficionado will welcome this introduction to material that may very well provide an explanation for some of the UFO enigma.


A closer look at Adamski's shoe and the Wandjina symbols

Dave Down Under and PurrlGurrl don't see the similarities in the Orthon shoe print and the Wandjina drawing, presented in my previous postings about Admamski's hoax, so I've enlarged both and circled them for their failing and bias-against eyes:

The "fish-hook" symbol is also not unlike the Wandjina hook symbol, both on the left of their respective depictions.

The "T" may also be seen in the swastika-like ornament in Orthon's print too.

Not to see virtual similarity in the two items presented indicates to me a mind-set that is closed to actual observation, and bespeaks a narrow-mindedness that is offputting to creative conjecture -- something that's endemic to UFO buffs who reside on the fringe of the topic or are newbies with a grudge against hypotheses that irk their belief systems.