February 7, 2007
Nanjing is now known for its prosperity and peace.
Sun Shili shows off his drawings of extraterrestrials in human guise
This dogma is the ideological motivation behind the on-going de-legitimization of the verifiable contact that people have had with Extraterrestrials (ETs).
This apparent dogma has become the modern equivalent of the corresponding dogma, that "the world is flat", which the Church and other elites centuries ago used to champion.
In contrast, free of Western
pseudo-religious based dogma, the Buddhist milieu of China, has
freed their scientific community, with the support of government,
and of community participation, to seek to explore UFO
incidences and evidence of human contact with Extraterrestrials.
Other examples of current operating dogma include schemes of
socialization that aim to convince people that "capitalism
promotes freedom and democracy", that "privatization is a
good thing", and that "economic protectionism is a bad thing".
Meanwhile well-documented human
destruction, suffering and oppression worsen.
There are many who
even attempt to establish some sort of a contact with
extraterrestrials. Their actions are protected by the National
Society of the Extraterrestrial Studies, which was founded 25
years ago. This National Society is financed by the government.
Nanjing, CHINA - On August 17, 2006,
a disc shaped object was filmed above an apartment building
and a UFO moved slowly across the top of the apartment building.
Chinese scientists also say that aliens live among humans.
This includes Sun Shili, a retired foreign ministry official who is now president of the Beijing UFO Research Society who also concludes that waixingren (extraterrestrials) are living among us.
Sun's first close encounter occurred in 1971, when he was sent to
the remote countryside during the "cultural revolution" (1966-76) to
perform the grueling task of rice planting. One day while toiling in
the field, his attention was diverted to a bright object in the sky,
which rose and fell repeatedly.
And Sun is not the only expert in the country taking these sightings seriously.
As the alien spacecraft reached the highest point of the building,
it suddenly showed seven white lights evenly displaced around the outer edge of the craft.
According to the highly-accredited Shen Shituan, an actual rocket scientist, president of Beijing Aerospace University and honorary director of the government-supported China UFO Research Association, every report of an alien encounter is worth investigating.
Research [ethically-based] into UFO's could help spur new forms of high-speed travel, unlimited sources of non-polluting and non-fossil fuel based energy and faster-growing crops, claims Sun Shili, president of a government-approved UFO Research Association (membership 50,000).
These lights dimmed quickly as one large light lighted up
and surrounded the craft before it abruptly disappeared.
alien abduction story in China is the case of Meng
Zhao Guo, a young tree farmer, from Wuchang, near Harbin in
Meng Zhaoguo, a rural worker from northeast Wuchang city, explains he was 29 when he broke his marital vows for the first and only time - with an extraterrestrial of unusually robust build.
During September 2003 Zhang Jingping,
a Beijing-based UFO researcher, had psychologists and police
technicians subject Zhao Guo to hypnosis and a lie detector test in
Beijing. Zhang indicated the test results proved the abductee was
telling the truth.
Meng Zhao Guo, a humble farmer with only 5 year’s schooling,
also indicated that he had never heard of UFOs or ufologists until
after his experience had been reported.
We are well underway to achieving that goal.
He said he had also met a Chinese girl in the flying saucer.
Zhang Jingping’s research investigation began in April 2000. The first step was hypnosis. Zhang invited a famous psychologist from Suzhou and asked him to conduct hypnosis on Cao in helping him to remember the whole incident.
Then he brought Cao to the Beijing Bureau of Public Security and gave him a lie detection test.
According to Cao, who is the principal of a private school in Fangshan District, he met a Chinese girl in the flying saucer, who looked around 13 years old.
In order to find the girl, Zhang brought Cao to the Tangshan Bureau of Public security in July 2000.
In November 2002, Zhang led a group of students from Beihang University and set out on a trip to Qinhuangdao, in search of the mysterious girl.
They arrived in Qinglong County to the north of Qinhuangdao, and began their blind search among the county’s 400,000 population.
This case is fascinating and I was
fortunate that while in China I was able to discuss the case in
detail with Zhang Jingping and other researchers, and also
talk to Cao Gong himself.
and Irene have been working on a detailed translation of the case.
While few Chinese claim to have managed
to get quite as intimate with an extraterrestrial as Meng, a growing
number of people in China believe in unidentified flying objects, or
UFO buffs in China claim support from eminent scientists and liaisons with the secretive military, giving their work full scientific respectability.
Wong is the Chairman of Hong
Kong's thriving UFO club -- exploring "unidentified flying objects"
or, to the uninitiated, "flying saucers."
Western science and pseudo-religions
share corresponding systems of dogma, which seek to deny human
contact with Extraterrestrials
Yes, "official science" in the West talks of "evolution", and Western institutionalized religion talks of "Creation".
However, both groups have reached an
apparent consensus to disregard clear evidence of verifiable contact
and influences by Extraterrestrials on Human civilization. This
joint denial is based upon a shared oppressive ideology, which seeks
to repress critical human knowledge of cosmic associations and
interactions with Off-world Human and other ET civilizations.
Examples of the sell-out of integrity, and associated buying into ideology and compromises to elite-induced peer pressure, is well documented in the Western scientific community, that operates in a crass materialistic societal milieu, which ignores basic principles of human rights and democracy.
This very same shared dogma between
Western scientific and institutionalized pseudo-religious
Establishments, is also responsible for the path of
oppression, genocide, wars, racisms, and
environmental destruction which scientific "technologicalocrats"
and self-professed "Christian" pseudo-religious missionaries
and other apologists have furthered and have supported.
"Official Science" and "institutionalized religion" in the West is not substantively inspired by the free-spirited pursuit of wisdom.
Rather, these Establishment milieus in the West are guided by "elite ideologues" who in contrast with China, and for their own dogma-driven agenda, seek to delude the public on Extraterrestrial awareness, and other areas.
The Indian Daily reports that
Extraterrestrials will be forced to more publicly
in order to try to avoid a planetary disaster which is projected to
The government of China notwithstanding accounts of human rights abuses, appears to have constructively prepared members of that society, on the kind of potentially vital awareness context, which Western governments continue to deny its own societal members.