. Zurück C E N A P

08.04.2010


    
Transformation vom IFO zum UFO - es geschieht in unserem Kopf

Es geschieht schließlich in unserem Kopf - der Wandel und die Verwandlung vom IFO zum UFO. Es ist ein menschliches ´Interpretations-Wunder´, die ´Karten´ müssen nur richtig liegen!

Donnerstag, der 8.April 2010. UFOs - die für UFO-Fans unerwünschte Wahrheit ist - früher oder später zeigen sich die als UFOs gemeldeten Erscheinungen doch als IFOs. Es hängt nur vom Informations- und Wissensgrad der Bewerter und ihrer ideologischen Einstellung ab, was aus einer UFO-Nachricht zwischen Mythos und Wahrheit wird.

Hintergrund sind seit Anfang an die abenteuerlichen ´Fliegenden Untertassen´, die für sich einen Mythos bilden und der ins Weltraumfahrt-Zeitalter wie die Faust auf´s Auge passt und das UFO-Thema besetzt sowie ´verseucht´. Je nach Einstellung und Haltung/Position des ´UFOlogen´ wird daraus dann ein Geheimnis gemacht, dies ist immer und immer wieder entlang der UFO-Historie zu sehen - und reichlich subjektiv, eine Komponente, die schon bei den Beobachtern eine Rolle spielt bzw DIE Hauptrolle spielt. Was dem einen sein UFO ist für viele andere ein IFO dieser oder jener Art. Ein bekannter P.M.-Cartoon zeigt dies wunderbar auf, siehe unser Einstiegsbild heute. Es geschieht schließlich in unserem Kopf - der Wandel und die Verwandlung vom IFO zum UFO. Es ist ein menschliches ´Interpretations-Wunder´ eigentlich, die ´Karten´ müssen nur richtig liegen - um den modernen Mythos zu ´zünden´*. Der Irrtum gehört zu uns und unserem Leben. Eigentlich beweist sich dies allein schon durch die inzwischen unendliche Zahl von UFO-Meldungen aus aller Welt, die sich dann doch als ´normale´ IFOs multikausalen Ursprungs entpuppten. Es gibt nicht das IFO, sondern die IFOs. So ist es nun einmal und gleichzeitig auch wie ein ´Wasserzeichen´ für das Phänomen. Es ist immer nur die Frage, was wir Menschen in dieser Zeit unter welcher ´Vorbildung´ daraus machen, Stichwort: Das Mittelalter und die ´Himmelsheere´, oft zitiert und kaum verstanden (siehe so auch den Beitrag "Ein UFO Im Jahr 1561?" von Ulrich Magin im gerade veröffentlichten JUFOF Nr.1/2010 der GEP). Der ´UFO-Streit´ beweist es ja. Zudem neigen wir Menschen auch dazu, einfach Unfug zu glauben, vor allen Dingen auch dann wenn er uns selbst in den Kram (aus verschiedenen Gründen) passt.

* = Eine ´Erholung´ & Regeneration des Themas mit den drei Buchstaben auf globalem gesellschaftlichen Level wie in den 1950er und 1960er und 1970er Jahren wird es nicht wieder geben.

Was ist nur los mit dem Heilbronner UFO-Meldestelle-Blog?

... Aufgrund eines familären Trauerfalls in der Familie Gehardt gibt es derzeiten keine News auf dem UFO-Meldestelle-Blog ...

England´s UFO-Spielchen geht weiter, nach den Osterhasen-Monstern aus dem All, die die Schafe mit Lasern ´Star Wars´-mässig wegschlachten - aber ehrlich!

>UFO fireball mystery deepens

Our recent story about a Culloden man who claims to have seen a UFO four times between Nairn and Inverness has sparked more reports of similar mysterious sightings about the same time. Rob Jackson´s description of a mystery fireball in the sky caused considerable debate on our website and by email. Some readers have been dismissive of the whole phenomenon of UFOs, but several have backed up Mr Jackson´s claims that there is something strange going on in the sky at night.

Mr Jackson´s first sighting was at Nairn on Valentine´s Day when he stopped his van in Grantown Road to observe a spherical shaped fireball about the size of a helicopter or truck cab. The following night, he went out with his mother to the same spot and on their way back to Culloden they spotted the same orange light travelling at speed along the coastline over the Moray Firth. He had further sightings in Inverness on February 27 and again over the Moray Firth at Nairn Links on March 6. One couple claimed the sighting on Valentine´s Day was a love lantern they had set off in the Cairngorm mountains and another reader has contacted us to say that with her boyfriend she set off a love lantern from the Firhall bridge at Nairn which is only a few hundred yards from where Rob made his first sighting.

But another Inverness couple, Wendy Mackenzie and Jack Watson, contacted our website and said they had seen the fireball UFO in the sky. Wendy said: "We were taking in the washing - yes, in the dark - and looked up to see a ball of fire travelling from west to east above Scorguie. It came over Craig Phadrig and headed out along the Moray Firth. Never seen anything like it. We simply can´t explain it. No noise, completely silent and travelling in a straight line. My parents also told us about having seen the same sort of thing about a year a ago. Very strange indeed. Certainly not a helicopter unless it was a helicopter on fire travelling in a perfectly straight line and making no noise whatsoever. We are not saying it is aliens but it is definitely an unidentified flying object." Another reader, Mel, wrote: "I wish people would stop dismissing all orange UFOs as Chinese lanterns.I have seen the same thing, at County Durham, England. It was not a lantern, or a helicopter. My fiancé was in the army 16 years, and he has seen most types of aircraft, and he cannot explain what it was that we saw but it was certainly not a lantern, helicopter, or any of the usual aircraft. It was orange, glowing from the centre outward, moving very fast, and at least 50 feet in diameter. We stopped our car, got out, and it flew over the top of us before accelerating, at high speed, in an upward direction."

Many people are reluctant to have their name linked with UFO sightings and one anonymous couple have reported a sighting over the Cromarty Firth on Monday, February 15. What they described was a huge fireball passing close to the oil rig Arctic Two which is anchored in the firth. The fireball arrived from a southerly direction, travelling at a high speed almost level with the top of the oil rig. The couple´s first reaction was it was a light aircraft or helicopter but then the "apparition" seemed to dive at an angle of 45 degrees into the water halfway between the rig and shoreline. The couple said they had seen some of the comments rubbishing Mr Jackson´s claims on our website and for that reason want to remain anonymous.

So concerned were they at what they had seen they contacted Dingwall police who dismissed it as a Chinese lantern. "Even so, we still had difficulty in totally accepting that was what we´d seen. We then looked the lanterns up on the net and it didn´t really appear to be the same." Southport author Pat Reagan, who has a new book about to come out entitled ´UFO: Search For The Truth´, has carried out research into MoD files. He said he was a semi-sceptic until he started getting involved in the subject and added: "I have received many calls with reports of sightings from people and very often it is the case that it is Chinese lanterns which have been seen. But Chinese lanterns are very flimsy and we have reports of these unidentified flying objects keeping up against strong headwinds and keeping pace with cars along coastal roads, so clearly these are not lanterns. In my new book I have a story about a 900-year-old skull which was found in New Mexico and geneticists have found non-human DNA from one of the parents. It has been the subject of a study known as the Starchild Project and it´s been on-going now for 10 years. There are a lot of incredible things out there and we need to keep an open mind."

Amateur photographer Susan Gilchrist caught this picture travelling on the road from Nairn to Croy on February 20 at sunset. "I would never be dismissive of people who report UFOs. But this was I think a trick of light caused by the setting sun through the trees," said Susan, a reception manager at a dental practice in Inverness. I had been out for the day taking photographs at Findhorn Bay and I was travelling back home near the straight approaching Croy village when I stopped to take this picture. It would have been between 4 and 5pm. I put it on my Facebook site and it caused quite a stir. Some of my colleagues said they thought it looked like a bus and I should have called on Mulder and Scully from The X-Files to investigate." Susan added: "It´s funny how people see things differently. I would never knock people who report UFOs. They obviously see things which are unexplained. I can´t explain this one but it was a strange phenomenon which I can only put down to the setting sun through the trees."<

Nach: ´Highland News´, http://www.highland-news.co.uk/news...

Und hier das, was die UFOs nie und nimmer der eigenen Mythologie nach sein sollen und doch sind: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIwt... - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Skfn... - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETvy... / http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyvJ... (mal in der Dämmerung unterwegs) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaM9... / http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ilx... .

Externe Links

http://www.highland-news.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/7267/UFO_fireball_mystery_deepens...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIwtABOGgQE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Skfn6IPUSVM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETvy2KGALdc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyvJgKvAlFw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaM9Nn4Rfh8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IlxZRBxXRY

Views: 1307