A blast from the past:
October 10, 2014
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Meanwhile, back in the 1950s:
“(john phillip) Bessor later stated that, in his view, UFOs were a form of living creature (which he christened an ideoplasm) composed of a highly attenuated substance, enabling them to materialise or dematerialise at will, utilising telekinetic energy for propulsion. As would be echoed by Constable in relation to his critters, Bessor opined that these entities must be capable of becoming visible, invisible, and changing colour, all very rapidly. He even submitted his thoughts to the U.S. Air Force, and, remarkably, was informed by them that they considered his notion to be “one of the most intelligent theories we have received” regarding the possible nature and identity of UFOs.”
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Comment by James Boyd 10 hours ago
AC Doyle postulated those many years before in a book of short stories “Tales of Terror” if memory serves a really fun book along with The White Company among his largely forgotten works !
Reply by Iggy Makarevich to James Boyd’s comment 2 minutes ago
Thanks, mucho, Jim, I was unaware of that!