Recently, several whistleblowers have come forward to reveal the existence of crashed UFOs and their recovered materials. Some of them claim to have worked on reverse engineering the alien technology, while others say they have seen the bodies of the extraterrestrial occupants.
These disclosures have sparked a renewed interest in the UFO phenomenon and its implications for humanity.
One of the most prominent researchers in this field is Jacques Vallee, a French-born computer scientist and astronomer who has been studying UFOs for decades. Vallee is not only a respected scientist, but also a visionary thinker who has challenged the conventional assumptions about the nature and origin of UFOs.
Vallee does not believe that UFOs are simply the spacecraft of some race of extraterrestrial visitors. This notion is too simplistic to explain their appearance, the frequency of their manifestations through recorded history, and the structure of the information exchanged with them during contact.
He is one of the few researchers who has proposed a scientific approach to the investigation of UFOs, based on the hypothesis that they are not extraterrestrial spacecraft, but rather manifestations of a higher intelligence that operates in dimensions beyond our physical reality.
Vallee proposes that UFOs are manifestations of a yet unrecognized level of consciousness, independent of man but closely linked to the earth. He suggests that UFOs may be windows into a parallel universe, another dimension where there are other human races living.
He also speculates that UFOs may be projections of higher beings who can materialize and dematerialize at will.
Vallee’s hypothesis is based on his extensive analysis of UFO sightings, abductions, and physical traces. He has found that UFOs exhibit patterns of behavior that are consistent with a form of intelligence and communication, but not necessarily with a physical reality. He has also noted that UFOs often appear in connection with symbolic events, such as religious visions, wars, psychic phenomena, and occult rituals.
For example, he cites the case of Fatima, Portugal, where in 1917 thousands of people witnessed a series of apparitions of the Virgin Mary and a spectacular display of lights in the sky. Vallee argues that this event was not a miracle, but a staged phenomenon orchestrated by an unknown intelligence to influence human beliefs.
Another example is the case of Rendlesham Forest, England, where in 1980 several military personnel encountered a triangular-shaped craft that landed in the woods. Vallee claims that this incident was not an alien visitation, but a manipulation of human perception by a non-human agency to test human reactions.
A third example is the case of Skinwalker Ranch, Utah, where in the 1990s a family experienced a series of bizarre phenomena, such as mutilated cattle, poltergeist activity, and sightings of various creatures and objects. Vallee suggests that this location was not a hotspot of paranormal activity, but a laboratory for an enigmatic force that experimented with human emotions and expectations.
Vallee argues that UFOs are part of a larger phenomenon that he calls “the control system”. He defines this as “a strange force that bends [human beings] in absurd ways, forcing them to play a role in a bizarre game of deception”.
He believes that this force is manipulating human perception and consciousness for some unknown purpose, and that it may have been doing so throughout history.
Why UFOs crashing
Jacques Vallee thinks that UFO crashes are not accidental events, but rather intentional occurrences that serve a specific purpose for the mysterious visitors.
Vallee begins by pointing out that the evidence for UFO crashes is very weak and often contradictory. He argues that most of the alleged crash sites have never been properly investigated or verified by independent experts, and that many of the witnesses and whistleblowers who claim to have seen or handled alien bodies or debris are unreliable or have ulterior motives.
He also notes that the physical characteristics of the supposed alien craft and materials are inconsistent and incompatible with the laws of physics and engineering. He suggests that these anomalies are not due to our lack of understanding, but rather to the deliberate manipulation of our perception by the UFO intelligence.
According to Vallee, the UFO intelligence is not interested in communicating with us directly, but rather in creating a complex and enigmatic scenario that challenges our assumptions and beliefs about reality.
He believes that the UFO crashes are part of this scenario, and that they are designed to elicit a variety of reactions from different groups of people, such as curiosity, fear, awe, skepticism, denial, or fascination. He says that these reactions are part of an ongoing experiment that the UFO intelligence is conducting on human consciousness and culture, and that they may have profound implications for our future evolution.
Vallee concludes by stating that he does not know what the ultimate goal or motive of the UFO intelligence is, but that he is convinced that it is not hostile or benevolent, but rather indifferent to our welfare.
He warns that we should not fall into the trap of interpreting the UFO phenomenon in terms of our own expectations or desires, but rather remain open-minded and critical. Vallee also urges us to develop a new scientific paradigm that can account for the multidimensional nature of reality and the possibility of other forms of intelligence and consciousness beyond our own.
Sources: ufoevidence.org; The Invisible College—What a Group of Scientists Has Discovered About UFO Influences on the Human Race, by Dr. Jacques Vallee, E.P. Dutton, 1978.