Why Cover Up? - Why Governments Conceal the Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitation
By Frank G. Wilkinson
Published by New Paradigm Press
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Published: March 15, 2010
Words: 1,548 (approximate)
Much discussion has focused on "what happened" at Roswell, but very little attention has been paid to what I believe is the most important question of all – "why cover up?" Determining why such extreme measures might seem justified would go a long way toward exposing the real meaning behind this core contact event, its aftermath, and the future of everything from UFO studies to life on Earth…
So much of the discussion over the years has focused on what happened [at Roswell], who knew about it, who did what, etc., that very little attention has been directed toward what I believe is the most important question of all – why cover up? Determining why such extreme measures might seem justified to those behind them would go a long way toward exposing the real meaning behind this core contact event, its aftermath, and the future of everything from UFO studies to life on Earth.
In 1988, Raymond Boeche surveyed 475 psychologists and psychiatrists and discovered that 47% of mental health professionals believed that "mass panic would occur" should the government openly announce the reality of ET contact. 65% felt "financial chaos would result due to culture shock." 53% expected religious beliefs to be shattered. But are we really so fragile a species? …
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