Argentine UFO at the ethical crossroads in time
On December 18, 2012, the Argentine Carlos Paz Vivo reported how a photographer documenting a group of students standing on the waterfront of San Roque Lake in Villa Carlos Paz, Argentina unknowingly lensed a flying saucer that appeared overhead in the background.
The disc was not the only curious subject appearing in the photo. After downloading images from the camera to a computer, additional study revealed how a bright white orb also appeared close to the right-hand margin of the image frame.
From the perspective of the photographer, it may have seemed as if the UFO had entered the scene in an unexpected way like a surreal archetype surfacing from within a dream.
But does this image provide visual evidence for the passage of visitors who travel between different dimensions? The angular position of the disc relative to the horizon and the contrasting characteristics between the disc (which appears to be a solid physical object) and the orb (which resembles a vapor cloud or an ionization signature) suggests how the orb may represent a location where the UFO emerged into the atmosphere from places unknown.
The startling discovery raises further questions concerning who among the group (including the photographer) is also an as-yet undisclosed participant in contacts with ETs that take place via remote dream influencing and/or out-of-body experiences.
Reports of scientific research into the remote influencing of dreams were among the top UFO and ET contact-related news stories featured in this morning’s edition of UFOAM, a live broadcast over YouTube that also included coverage of a professor of cybernetics at the University of Reading, Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom who is taking a page from the alien abduction meme by voluntarily submitting to the implanting of devices into his body in an attempt to facilitate telepathy.
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MIT News reported on Sept. 2, 2012, that an article published in Nature Neuroscience described how cognitive scientists working at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Picower Institute for Learning and Memory had devised a means for altering the dreams of rats that also allowed them to test the results of their dream-influencing measures.
Picower Institute postdoctoral fellow Daniel Bendor led the study alongside Matthew Wilson, the Associate Department Head for Education and Sherman Fairchild Professor of Neuroscience in MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences. The study utilized audio cues to condition rats navigating mazes and replayed those cues while the animals slept.
By measuring the activity of specific neurons within the animals’ brains during sleep, the scientists observed how these rodents dreamed of running the mazes that they ventured through during the waking state. When the team replayed the audio cues to the sleeping rats, they observed how the rats were more likely to dream of the locations in the maze associated with these cues through conditioning while awake.
Do such scientific studies bring us closer to understanding the reported dream-influencing capabilities of ETs who prepare contactees for documenting major UFO incidents in advance while they sleep?
People for the Ethical Treament of Animals (PETA) can now add dreaming to their inventory of human-like activities ascribed to lab rats and mice. The PETA website cites experiences of pain, fear, loneliness, and joy as common to these animal populations as well.
Story continues in the Vancouver UFO Examiner for Examiner.com.