Friday, August 4, 2017

The Land Beyond Part 3

Since my last post there has been a big blowback directed at Corey Goode and David Wilcock of “Cosmic Disclosure” on Gaia TV website for not providing any real supporting evidence for the claims made in their show.
I’m not going to get into that here, except to say that I have found more careful, evidence supported analysis from others – and thus for this episode, the few who get good scores from me.

First, Richard Dolan. Richard has a good analytical approach to the whole “UFO Scene” - he has a lot to say and it’s carefully though out. 
Plenty of Youtube vids to get you started, then
Richard is one person who has expressed skepticism about Corey Goode and his associates, and noted what appears to be a lot of connections to the “new age” ideology, none of which seems to me to have any supporting evidence either. I did try to watch a video where Corey apparently replied to the criticisms of his work but I just could not watch it – it was just too awful and slow for me.

Next. Joseph P. Farrell. Joseph is generous in his provision of information – he is a very competent researcher and has assembled impressive information on aspects of the UFO field that look very accurate and clear – particularly since he takes the sort of approach that I appreciate: both the social, historical and technical all meshing together to make a coherent picture.

Here is one example of Joseph on a radio show- there are a lot of vids of him on Youtube.

This is Joseph’s website:
Yes, I know the title sounds new-agey but check out his vids, you won’t be disappointed.

His books also appear on Adventures Unlimited Press website run by David Hatcher Childress, another author well known for his works in this field. To be honest, I am not sure what to think about David, I'll leave that up to you - but he does have a lot of books etc. for sale. 

Finally, the place where almost all of the UFO/Altsci people can be found, Project Camelot.

Note that the folk running Project Camelot are careful not to offer critique of anyone who may appear wit hwild tales, but rather they seek to document and record these people – so that you can judge for yourself, and there are a LOT of interviews on the Camelot site - so I really cannot give it a rating: each perosn interviewed must be judged individually.

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