Why Does UFO Intelligence Make Experiencers Look Ridiculous? Joseph Burkes MD 2015
Contact Scenario: A UFO witness reports strange visitations of non-human beings. While in a dream like state she believes she is repeatedly taken through the wall of her bedroom and floated into a UFO. There are no witnesses to this event. Her husband never awakens when she has encounters, nor do her many pets stir.
When she attempts to share her recollections of these events with family and friends she is made to feel that she appears ridiculous.
What is the purpose of the high strangeness aspects of the contact experience? Does it reflect an alien technology that is so far advanced compared to ours that it appears to contradict the laws of nature, at least as we know them? Perhaps, but are there more subtle reasons? According to noted UFO researcher Dr. Jacques Vallee, the bizarre nature of many contacts may have a number of important purposes.
First of all high strangeness shows us that UFO intelligence is totally different from us. The so-called “aliens” behave as if the rules of time and space, cause and effect are not operational when we encounter them. They are so strange that according to Dr Vallee they appear not to be from some other planet but rather from “another dimension.”
Dr. Jacques Vallee asserts that UFO intelligence deliberately introduces many absurd elements into close encounters and that they have a staged quality to them. One direct result of this kind of theater of the absurd is to allow the authorities, media, government officials and academia to ridicule contact experiencers. If this is a deliberate strategy by UFO intelligence what might the purpose be?
Writing in his classic book “The Invisible College,” Dr Jacques Vallee suggested nearly 40 years ago that one purpose might be to allow our leaders to readily dismiss reports of contact. While at the same time these seemingly absurd occurrences have a profound impact not only on individuals who are being contacted but also on society in general. Perhaps just below the surface of our awareness these apparently absurd encounters have a powerful effect on humanity’s collective consciousness.
Slowly overtime the result may be to change our existing belief systems. The purpose of UFOs may not be to visit our planet but rather to transform human consciousness itself!
About the author: Dr Burkes volunteered as a Working Group Coordinator for the CE-5 Initiative from 1992 till 1998 when he left CSETI. He has continued to study the flying saucer phenomenon working with MUFON and the Peruvian contact network now called Rahma. Dr Burkes retired from the Southern California Pemanente Group after thirty years service in 2008. He is a board certified internal medicine physician and is licensed to practice in California.