Mike Clelland started a blog in 2009 to try to make sense of the odd experiences that were unfolding in his life. His writings were a sort of public diary, written in real time as the experiences were happening. All the clues pointed to one thing—ongoing UFO contact. Those blog posts
Kevin J. Briggs is a man on a mission to do no less than facilitate a contact moment at the United Nations sometime in 2020. But why does he think he will succeed in getting the visitors to appear when so many others have tried and failed to do this?
Last February, John Podesta tweeted that his greatest regret on leaving office as a presidential adviser was that he had failed to get disclosure of the government’s UFO files. Now, between Jaime Maussan’s disclosures and Linda Moulton Howe’s discovery, we might be in possession of images of the bodies of two different types of alien.
What if disclosure or contact is about to occur–or both? How should we take this, what should we believe about it, and, above all, should we believe what the government, or even the visitors, might tell us about who they are and what contact with them might mean?
There’s an old fashioned ‘UFO flap’ going on at present. I don’t think that it’s because of new methods of communication like YouTube and the tendency of the internet to amplify provocative claims. There isn’t really any online hysteria about it, at least not yet. In fact, the community of interested parties is quite calm so maybe this time the crazies and the hoaxers will look in other directions.