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Hollywood Legend Shirley MacLaine

Shirley says she has seen many UFOs from the deck of her New Mexico property. "I've seen a mothership here, and I've seen them at my ranch," she says. "One famous day, a    friend of mine was sitting in my hot tub out there, and three UFOs came over and hovered over the hot tub for about 10 minutes."

As a firm believer in UFOs, Shirley says that she believes extraterrestrials are attracted to the many crystals around New Mexico. "Crystals amplify the consciousness," she says.   "They're attracted to that crystal amplification."

She says she has never seen an alien but says their teaching is that the soul does not die. "The soul is everlasting, and its learning experience is lifetime after lifetime," Shirley    says.

 

Five Good Reasons To Believe in UFOs

As most credible UFOlogists readily admit, proving that extraterrestrial spacecraft have visited our planet is a maddeningly difficult chore.

“The hassle over the word 'proof' boils down to one question: What constitutes proof?” Edward J. Ruppelt, who headed the U.S Air Force’s secret investigation of UFOs in the early 1950s, once wrote.  “Does a UFO have to land at the River Entrance to the Pentagon, near the Joint Chiefs of Staff offices? Or is it proof when a ground radar station detects a UFO, sends a jet to intercept it, the jet pilot sees it, and locks on with his radar, only to have the UFO streak away at a phenomenal speed? Is it proof when a jet pilot fires at a UFO and sticks to his story even under the threat of court-martial? Does this constitute proof?”

Why Do People Believe in UFOs?

MYSTERY AIR OBJETCS SEEN IN SKY OVER L.A.

 

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” — Alice (from Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”)

I’m bemused that we are smart enough to land an automobile size payload on another planet, but still live in a culture where a significant percentage of people want to believe in implausible if not impossible things. The reality is that intelligence has nothing to do with believing in “weird things.”

A recent National Geographic Society poll reported that 36 percent of Americans — about 80 million people — believe UFOs exist, only 17 percent do not, and the rest of the people are undecided. The survey did not specifically equate UFOs with flying saucers or little green men, however.

(If there are any Martians, the pyrotechnics show of the Mars Science Lab’s descent and landing earlier this week has made them all UFO believers overnight).