Beginner’s Guide To Ufology, UFO Studies, UAP
I’ve created a course called “Beginner’s Guide To Ufology, UFO Studies and UAP“.
- Would you like to become a part-time or full-time researcher, blogger, or author on the subject of UFOs, UAP, and associated subjects?
- Are you interested in the subject of UFOs but bewildered by the amount of information online?
- Would you like a quick crash course on the basics for an existing project, article, or book?
- Are you curious about the UFO phenomena and eager to lay foundations for further research?
I’ve been interested in these subjects for over 40 years. In that time much has happened and recent events have turned the spotlight onto these mysteries. Over the past 20 years there have been multiple sightings of, for example, black triangles and countless other lights in the sky flying in ways that show signs of intelligent control. The USS Nimitz and USS Roosevelt encounters with Tic Tac UFOs in 2004 and 2015 have been the subject of TV documentaries and continue to intrigue researchers and some of the more broad minded investigative journalists.
It remains a subject that attracts a high degree of skpeticism and denial but things are changing fast and now is the time to start particpating in the discussion. In this course I explain in plain English how to distinguish between the natural, astronomical, and meteorological phenomena, man-made aircraft, spacecraft, and space junk, and genuine unidentified flying objects.
It’s important that we all learn to discriminate between natural and other phenomena, to keep an open mind for all and any explanations, and to keep a sense of humour. This course is designed to help you develop this mindset.
Beginner’s Guide to Ufology & UFO Studies – Introductory Video
UFO Research, Ufology, UFO Studies
Research into the subject of UFOs can be fascinating and rewarding and to save yourself time and effort this course will give you a head start on recent events and commonly found viewpoints.
“Why bother with a course?“, you might ask. “Why not just dive into all the information online?”
Courses like this provide a structured introduction. They follow a theme without the distractions of adverts and other diversions. Ufology is a vast subject covering sightings that date back into antiquity and most people associate it with the appearance of the Foo Fighters of World War II and the Roswell crash of 1947, the same year that the private pilot Kenneth Arnold coined the term flying saucers.
In this course I provide you with a summary of the recent events over the past few decades and introduce you to some of the current people and theories.
By the end of this course you should be much better informed and well equipped to begin the next stage of your path towards being a researcher, blogger, or author.
Join me as I describe;
- How to identify real UFOs and how to rule out other explanations.
- How the media treats the subject and why this must change.
- A selection of key events and sightings in recent years.
- Possible explanations for the phenomenon.
- Possible links between consciousness and UFOs.
As time passes I’ll be updating this course with new material as fresh news becomes available. Throughout the course you’ll have direct access to me and you can ask any questions you may have, so enroll today and I’ll see you on the inside!
What is ufology?
Ufology is the study of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs. While the term is often used to refer to alien spacecraft, it can also refer to any kind of unexplained aerial phenomena. Ufologists typically collect and analyze data about sightings in an effort to explain them. Common explanations for UFOs include natural phenomena such as meteors or weather balloons, hoaxes, and mistaken sightings of known objects such as aircraft.
However, some ufologists believe that some UFOs may be extraterrestrial spacecraft or the appearance of interdimensional beings or craft, and they continue to investigate sightings in hopes of finding evidence to support this theory. Whatever their beliefs, ufologists share a common interest in studying one of the most enduring mysteries of the modern age.
The study of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) has a long and controversial history. In the late 1940s, a spate of reports of unusual aerial sightings led to the creation of the first scientific organization dedicated to investigating UFOs, the private UFO research group known as Project Sign.
However, the US military’s involvement in UFO investigations began in earnest in 1948 with the establishment of Project Grudge, which was tasked with debunking or explaining away UFO reports. In 1952, Project Grudge was replaced by Project Blue Book, which operated until it was shut down in 1969.
During its two decades of operation, Project Blue Book compiled more than 12,000 UFO reports, and in the majority of cases they were unable to find any evidence that UFOs were anything other than natural phenomena or human-made objects, but that still left a minority of unexplained sightings. Besides, many people believed that this project, like those before and since, were a cover designed to explain away the phenomenon and to distract public attention.
The US government’s official position is that all UFO sightings can be explained by known phenomena; however, this has not stopped private individuals and organizations from continuing to investigate reports of unexplained aerial sightings.
The Congressional UAP Hearings, May 2022
The first Congressional UAP hearings in over 50 years have begun. Reactions have been mixed. Some are focusing on the positives while others seem disappointed.
Some, like Ross Coulthart in the Need To Know podcast, expressed his disappointment, but his guest, Lue Elizondo, was much more upbeat – fired up, you might say.
I strongly recommend that you listen to or watch the discussion between Ross, Lue, and Bruce Zybel.
I guess it’s inevitable that the obfuscation, denial, and prevarication would continue. It would be too much to expect everyone to to simply confess all, unlock all the doors, and open all the files in the first hearing.
As they say, paraphrasing Winston Churchill, “It is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”
The hearings we’ve seen on TV and in the news were the unclassified ones. They were followed by the classified hearings and we’ve yet to see if anything emerges from those.
One thing that was noted by many is that the Wilson/Davis memo/documents were entered into the record. That was a major achievement and highly significant.