Where do you stand on the UFO enigma?

dr wu

Noble
Depends on what you are allowed to do, exactly. There is no requirement anywhere for age, licensing, or training to "investigate" anything as long as you are not breaking the law. I would presume the law regarding such matters comes into play if you want to hang out your shingle as a PI and do it for pay.
Well..I can see that regarding looking into ufo stuff but there should be an older age and more study requirement for PI's to investigate to divorce cases, other personal issues , etc where one takes the hard earned money of the public....18 years old and 60 hours is nowhere near enough experience. That's simply ridiculous imho.
 

nivek

As Above So Below
That's kind of funny to me. When we were kids, (my siblings & I) I clearly remember us talking about the fact that no matter where we moved, we had some kind of ghostly encounter. We moved around a lot.

We all experience "weird" phenomenon in our lifetime. Most people do what I was doing. When it happens, you try to explain it away, was it a dream? Was it something explainable like, the house settling or maybe the furnace knocking? Maybe it was just eye strain or some kind of light/shadow effect. The marks and bruises must be from something I just forgot about bumping into or didn't notice occurring. My aches and pains must be from aging? Or maybe I just slept funny? Then, when you've exhausted all theories and you still can't come up with an explanation, you shrug it off and file it away in your mind as something strange and inexplicable and just move on, try to forget about it. I got to the point where my "file it away" folder became overwhelmingly full.

There inevitably came a day that I had to sit myself down and decide what the heck was happening to me. Was I crazy, or is this really happening? I sought professional help. After 20 years of trying every kind of medicine & having every kind of medical testing known to man done to me. I purposely avoided any kind of research on my phenomena in that time period because I didn't want to be influenced by any outside sources. I wanted to present facts only, just my own personal experiences. The conclusion is... I am not seeking attention, I do not have a personality disorder, as far as the world of psychiatry and medicine is concerned, there is nothing wrong with me. They have no explanation either.

I remember when I first started seeing a psychiatrist and I was telling my sister that the doctor thought it may be a form of schizophrenia. She said no, you are not schizophrenic. As I was getting up and walking to the kitchen to fill my water glass, I said ya, I know. Then I stopped, turned and looked at her and said, but, that's exactly what a schizophrenic would say, right? She took a deep breath, turned red in the face, started laughing so hard that she fell out of her chair.

Anyway, my conclusion is that I am not seeing ghost or spirits that follow me where ever I go. It is extraterrestrial/interdimensional beings. They are real and they are here.

I think interdimensional beings are sometimes mistaken for ghosts by many people when a paranormal report is made...
 

nivek

As Above So Below
I do believe in Alien Life, however I sometimes have doubts weather or not they exist among us. In my personal field of work, I encounter strange happenings and claims on a monthly basis, however the situations I have been included in involving UFOs, have been just that, merely an unidentified flying object.

What's been the strangest claim you've investigated?...
 

390

Adept
How long was the imprint?...Did she claimed see it come out of the forest?...
Her claim was that a Sasquatch, or Sasquatch like creature was looking through her window, it startled her, and then took off towards the woods, when I was on scene, later that week, she showed me a casted print, i think it was 14 inches long? I haven't heard an update from that client since march...
 

notdej

Honorable
She had one plaster cast, nothing too interesting,
did you go to see where she claims to have taken the cast from? did you check for hair in & around the area? and what does an: 'older female's' claim mean? what are you suggesting?
 
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nivek

As Above So Below
Her claim was that a Sasquatch, or Sasquatch like creature was looking through her window, it startled her, and then took off towards the woods, when I was on scene, later that week, she showed me a casted print, i think it was 14 inches long? I haven't heard an update from that client since march...

Fascinating, it's possible she saw one of those creatures, depending on the location, I believe they exist without doubt, the Patterson/Gimlin video is proof in my eyes, along with all the other evidence combined, sounds, footprints, eyewitnesses, and so forth...
 

390

Adept
did you to see where she claims to have taken the cast from? did you check for hair in & around the area? and what does an: 'older female's' claim mean? what are you suggesting?
the area the cast was supposed to be from had no indentation resembling a footprint. I did check around for signs of an animal,
and by an older woman, i mean she was an elderly female, that's it.
 

390

Adept
Fascinating, it's possible she saw one of those creatures, depending on the location, I believe they exist without doubt, the Patterson/Gimlin video is proof in my eyes, along with all the other evidence combined, sounds, footprints, eyewitnesses, and so forth...
Same here,
 

dr wu

Noble
BTW...not trying to be pedantic since I posted ba Bigfoot link....but this thread was about where one stands on the ufo enigma...not 'Bigfoot'.
o_O

So the rest of you members....where do you stand?
 

nivek

As Above So Below
I am an agent for DCJS. I work under them, along with my partner, 181, as a PI (Private Investigations Agent), where I am hired to investigate strange occurrences in my state. Our typical day may include something such as a suspect believing to have seen a UFO, and claiming it left a "ring" in their backyard. In this case, myself and my partner would drive our vehicle to the individual's home, and investigate the "ring" for them.

Any new interesting cases come up lately?...
 

starsfall

Believer
When it comes to UFOs, I've never had an experience that I've experienced and remembered. But I do believe other people if they have a credible sighting/story, with no reason to not believe them. I certainly think they exist, but have not been lucky enough to see one myself.. however, I do believe I've been experimented on since I was younger, though I think it's not been as frequent as it once was.
 

notdej

Honorable
My stance is that SOME UFOs are of otherworldly origins.
Most UFO reports are explainable.
I am a skeptical believer.
Going by basic logic==there's no such thing as a skeptical believer...

All 'grey areas' are reserved for skeptics....

When someone says:
My stance is that SOME UFOs are of otherworldly origins.

then that makes you a believer! How can it not?
 
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