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Unidentified Flying Objects or UFOs, also known as flying saucers, have been covered up by the government and various other interested actors for decades. There are many justifications for this cover-up, one being that the fabric of society as we know it is predicated on recognized truths, or articulated knowledge, which in turn becomes the basis for values. If the population at large became aware of the existence of extraterrestrial life in the cosmos and that this life was intelligent and traveled here to interact with human beings, it would cause a fundamental shift in values and by extension, society as we know it. The preceding information describes some UFO accounts, lending credence to the notion that UFOs and possibly extraterrestrials have visited the earth. This information is helpful for several reasons. One, it counters the existing paradigm and as such can activate the truth-seeking urge as well as offering opportunities for enhanced critical thinking. It also causes a cosmic catalyzation of an individual’s philosophic process. That is, within the existing paradigm, the universe is a cold dead place, which makes it easier to accept a nihilistic fundamentally depreciated view of the purpose of existence, thereby making such individuals easier to control. But with the reality of the UFO phenomenon firmly in hand, one’s mind can be activated and such individuals can experience leaps of progress insofar as their spiritual development along with the alleviation of existential angst and suffering.
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