UFO reports skyrocketed in the first week of 2012, with 36 of 50 states logging UFO sightings. (Source: Mufon)
The public is fascinated with UFOs but an association with those types of events or reports can present unexpected challenges. In writing her highly praised book UFOs, Leslie Kean gave much needed credibility to the topic by furnishing detailed and extensive documentation from a host of publicly identified Generals, Pilots and Government Officials yet she admitted a reluctance to tackle the topic because of the stigma.
Reporter Angelia Joiner shared her own trials of how her life changed after breaking the story of the Stephenville Lights incident. Hear her story on Conscious Living on Empower Radio.
Included here is another interview with Angelia. After months of keeping a low profile, she's back on the interview circuit to help promote a couple of upcoming events: The Texas MUFON Conference, March 3rd and the 2012 Women's UFO Symposium in May (Glen Rose, Texas, May 19-20), a first time event showcasing the women of Ufology.
There is no question something is going on. I have not seen a UFO but I have experienced other unexplained phenomena associated with contact. So I am very curious about what others have experienced and what they have to say in that regard. I appreciated Betty May Ockerl sharing her story of The Mysterious Lindsey Lights, also available on Conscious Living.
You can do your own exploring and investigating through these recommended films.
The following is a 1979 documentary featuring Dr. Jacques Vallee, presented by Rod Sterling. This presentation includes a fascinating piece at :30 with the story of a telepathic engagement and subsequent dialogue between a military officer and alien beings who also showed their ship to those present for the event.
Covering a wide variety of topics in a very matter of fact manner, highly watchable.
If the trend continues in 2012, UFOs will be demanding more attention. One might hope, beyond an onslaught of sightings, there will be additional evidence to add to the equation. Then again, there may be a reason for the apparent "lack" of evidence that even an army of credible public sightings won't change.