Three years ago I photographed a UFO, not once, but a dozen times over a period of one and a half hours. It was in May 2014. It was later dismissed by two friends, one a professional photographer and the other, an academic physicist and they both had plausible explanations albeit a little too technical for my comprehension, for why my photographs were not what I thought they were.
Ever since President Kennedy challenged his scientists to put a man on the moon, I’ve been fascinated with space travel and the possibilities for the world of communication with another, alien, intelligence. I’ve read all the UFO stories and trawled through You Tube for the whistleblower stories. I have at least three books about what was found at Roswell in the early ’50s. This is one of the dozen photographs I took in the sky over Dublin in 2014.
Dr Steven Greer has always stood out as one of the people with the most credibility in the world of UFOlogists. Greer is a retired medical doctor and ufologist who founded the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence and The Disclosure Project, which seeks the disclosure of allegedly suppressed UFO information.
Last night I watched ‘Unacknowledged’, Greer’s fascinating, crowd financed documentary and it’s an eyeopener. Of course it’ll be dismissed as the conspiracy theorist’s wet dream and it most likely is, already but then, that’s what happens. You can buy Unacknowledged through a number of outlets. I watched it last night as an iTunes’ rental. Catch it if you can, the future of the world could depend on it.