“I wonder what John Horgan thinks about UFO Disclosure now unfolding in the mainstream media?” The thought occurred to me, seemingly out of nowhere, much like when I suddenly realized I needed to know what Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe had to say about the coronavirus Continue reading “UFOs and Haunted Houses”

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I made my media debut on Whitley Strieber’s Dreamland podcast recently. It was both fun and challenging. Being a novice, I expected to stumble a bit. And I did.

Well, it’s summer (it was when I started writing this, long story) and instead of fading away as the scientifically challenged thought it would, the coronavirus is surging. And so is Mainstream Disclosure. In less than a week, the Mainstream Media broke two major stories about UFOs and extraterrestrial civilization. Shortly after that on July 11, the unofficial Disclosure TV show Unidentified: America’s UFO Investigation starring Luis Elizondo and Tom DeLonge kicked off Season Two on History (channel).

Well, now we have crisis on top of crisis. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, we now have civil unrest thanks to a series of senseless murders committed by police. It’s pathetic that nine years out from the Singularity we’re still so primitive that we need a movement to say that Black Lives Matter. It’s also a very ominous sign.

The Singularity: Once a civilization develops computing it’s on the fast track to a transcendent evolutionary event that has become known as the technological Singularity. Computing power doubles roughly every two years, speeding us faster and faster towards a singular point in time when artificial intelligence exceeds human intelligence. Futurists like Ray Kurzweil, Director of Engineering at Google, say that no one knows what this new civilization will be like, hence the name, borrowed from the point inside a black hole where matter disappears from the Universe. No one knows what happens to it after that. Similarly, futurists believe no one knows what civilization will be like after the Singularity, but they’re wrong.