Satanic UFO's Commentary
Courtesy of: AUFORA News Update
March 3rd, 1997 http://www.aufora.org/
There has been much discussion regarding our recent story regarding comments by British Admiral Hill-Norton who stated that UFOs are decidedly satanistic.
AUFORA takes the stance that such judgements are foolish and serve to reflect poorly on the already discredited UFOlogy field. We are truly concerned that UFOlogists are allowing themselves to fall into the deep pit of sensationalism. We are quite amazed that some members of the UFO community would choose to support Hill-Norton.
To create firm judgements about UFOs is foolish. It is akin to predicting what the weather will be like in a year. Regardless, we feel that we should publish some of the comments from readers:
1) "I've been researching UFOs since 1961, and had come to the same conclusion. Then, I noticed that anyone with this view point on CompuServe, was pounced upon as a "nut case" when pointing this out. Why? Isn't that just as good as some other 'hairbrained' conclusions about UFOs?" - Skip Baker
The point was made previously that UFOs are not something which can be explained. Something that can be explained contradicts the defintion of a UFO. We do not support any conclusions (hairbrained or not) about UFOs, because they are likely wrong.
2) "IF the Bible is true, and there's going to be a great struggle between good and evil at the "end of time" then what better way to pull off a "deception" than for "Satan" to use UFOs and ETs to do so?" - Skip Baker
We are not trying to start a religious debate, but there is no evidence the Bible is correct. Its numerous contradictions seem to imply it is not true.
3) "Whether it is because at the age of 82 he has new concerns of his own immortality or whatever, this simplistic notion is too easy an attempt at a solution to the UFO enigma. To try and ball it up into one neat answer by explaining this away as another more modern arm of religious dogma-an area of human diversion even less provable than the UFO penomenen-could do the whole area of Ufology great harm." - Don Ledger
4) "How dare you say "amazing misinterpretation of the UFO phenomenon" without knowledge yourselves as to what the phenomenon is. For all you know it could very well be a correct interpretation." - David Tilbury You just reproached Hill-Norton, not us! His interpretation is one which has little logic behind it. Our view is that there is no correct interpretation as of now.
We welcome your comments!