“It really strikes me odd, yes really odd, when ordinary people of whom most are of fair intelligence scoff at the notion of other intelligent life existing somewhere beyond what we call home and the possibilities that these other life forms have already made numerous visits to our planet,” writes David P. Kuhlman for American Chronicle.
Kuhlman asks, “What are the reasons behind such extreme denials? I have commented many times that I feel fear is the culprit to the actions in most instances, but perhaps there are other reasons as well. It is difficult to put an ´exact´ on such practices of denial however we are able to postulate a few reasons for such a practice if we are able to first understand the psyche behind each individuals reasoning.”
“When it comes to the phenomenon of Aliens and UFOs, we usually always end up at a dead end when we try to discuss this area intelligently with others. A ´wall of denial´ has been built around much of the population that acts to shield each and every individual it seems from having to face or discuss the possibilities of other life outside the confines of our living space on planet Earth,” reports Kuhlman.
“I feel that the ordinary person is not responsible alone for the construction of such walls of denial and disbelief, but that other factors have had a huge hand and influence in their construction as well. Still the fact remains; however, we have allowed such action to take precedence over our natural way of discerning and evaluation of the world in which we live. This in many ways handicaps humanity as a whole – It lessens our abilities to find answers as well as our ability to understand reasonably what we must face in the future in order to prepare for it with the proper resolve and fortitude,” reports Kuhlman.
Kuhlman further writes, “The governments under which we all live are very much responsible for keeping each and every one of us ´in the dark´ about situations and new discoveries that take place around us. It has happened for years. They tend to shield us from things that they feel are ´unimportant´ or ´harmful´ aspects of life that we do not need to be exposed to.”
Read Kuhlman’s full and highly recommended article here