Ultraterrestrials: What if UFOs came from our own planet?

A theoretical article by parapsychologist and engineer Hal Puthoff on ultraterrestrials, which has been the subject of debate for years, has finally been published in The Journal of Cosmology.

It is believed that there are two key statements; the first is that there is an unidentified phenomenon that interacts with humanity.

The origin of this phenomenon is currently unknown; extraterrestrial, extradimensional, demonic or otherwise. However, it is possible that he leans for the ultraterrestrial hypothesis.

The ultraterrestrial hypothesis

Puthoff critiqued and analyzed each of the hypotheses, giving the most credence to the one that gives his paper its title, which is that UFOs could be inhabited by “ultraterrestrials.”

This term refers to isolated and secret cultures on our own planet. For example, an antediluvian society with advanced technology or gods that washed ashore thousands or millions of years ago.

The author points out that the density of UFO sightings, over decades or centuries, could be linked to an outside source. Indeed, the idea of ​​an extraterrestrial could be deliberately implanted to divert attention from the real members of the crew, and their location on Earth.

Similarly, messages received by abductees about caring for the environment and warnings about nuclear cataclysm would be reasonable topics for a society living on the same planet, but isolated.

The secret existence of these ultra-terrestrials cohabiting with our civilization is mainly justified by a generalized fear of exploration. Even annihilation due to vulnerabilities, despite some levels of technological superiority.

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They will also fear assimilation and the consequent loss of their culture, religion, customs and unbridled genetic mixing.

A potential hazard?

But humanity must also be afraid. Puthoff considers the hypothesis he supports to be frightening, because they too would have been among us without our realizing it.

In contrast, extraterrestrial visitation, which is in all likelihood stranger and more inscrutable, might be “safer.”

However, the author concludes that the ultraterrestrial does not cancel out the extraterrestrial. In fact, the two possibilities could occur at the same time, or be linked to each other.

The original article, published in The Journal of Cosmology is published free, so anyone can read it. However, there is a Spanish version that we will make available to you.

The ultra-terrestrial theory is something that has not achieved the popularity of other hypotheses, but it is really justified. Moreover, since time immemorial, ancient civilizations have mentioned the existence of another race coexisting with humans.

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