12 Aug, 2022

UFOs, Aliens, and Us


From the earliest sightings to more recent cases that occur every day, the subject of alien visitation & other similar mysteries, UFOs have always fascinated us. 

UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Object. It’s a generic term that is also commonly used to refer to alien visits and alleged encounters.

People often ask whether UFOs are real or a mere myth. Is it just a passing interest or something more? If you’ve been wondering the same thing too, you’re not alone.

The first recorded sighting is from the year 1066, when an object was seen over the Bay of Biscay. In 1947, Kenneth Arnold reported seeing nine UFOs near Mount Rainier.

One of the most famous cases was when two police officers in New York saw a bright object flying at high speed across the sky and then disappearing into thin air.

Humans are one of the few species that can see the sky. While other animals can sense it through different senses, we are the only ones that can distinguish between the stars and the sun.

Another reason why people report seeing UFOs is the fact that we’re all connected to each other. We’re not alone in the world.

Did you know that one in five people have had an alien encounter? Even if one person in five report it, that means that there are approximately nine out of 10 people who haven't see them.

People often ask if aliens are real or not. Well, the truth is that aliens exist, but it’s not necessarily about how many people believe in them.  There are two types of alien encounters:

Close encounters  :  Where a person sees a Unidentified flying object and can get close to study it.

Abductions  :  Where a person falls asleep, is abducted by aliens, and wakes up with strange marks on their body.

H. R. Giger's genius has further accentuated our quest for aliens