Poetry from other places

I do not know where this has come from. I somehow ran into the NuForce.org site and found these amazing entries about ufo sightings and was struck by these simple, short stories--notations from plain, normal people who are trying to communicate something they had seen that they could not really understand as it is an "unknown". I found that by taking a little sharp knife to some of the hemming and hawing, poetry emerged that was sublime, simple and elegant. This pleases me to no end. So, I will continue to torture you with this new fun, Qproject.

Isn't manifesting itself in imagery (yet) but I am certainly looking at end of time illustrations from the middle ages, of shooting stars and other portents that earlier people used to describe things that they couldn't understand or rationalize during the time they were living. We often think of ourselves as being so smart, so superior, so scientific--but when it gets down to understanding or observing something that is not known, we waffle and try to make it make sense through science and vocabulary. But to those normal people, they liken these oddities to things they know and understand: nature, color, light, sound, speed. Don't get me wrong...as I have been falling down this UFO/ alien/ odd rabbit hole....there are things that are truly odd and to some degree both fascinating and frightening, I keep looking for answers that are not there...but to that, isn't it wonderful that today there are things that go beyond our knowledge--big things that we can only look and take it in. And puzzle.

I have learned about the Taos Hum, more broadly called The Hum. Lots of ideas of what it is and where it comes from, but the Hum emerges as related to UFOs. All I know is that its out there and no one can really figure it out. The Hum.info  defines the hum as: "strange humming or rumbling sound whose source they cannot find." There are the strange "end of times" groans that are heard in different locations from around the world

Then there is the Norwegian Spiral (sometimes called the Norwegian Spiral Anomaly (wiki)) (see above) which is another thing we have been trying our hardest to 'splain, but really, why does this spiral with a bright blue, twisted umbillical cord need explanation? Wikipedia tries in their set-up:

"The Norwegian spiral anomaly of 2009[1] appeared in the night sky over Norway[2] on 9 December 2009. It was visible from, and photographed from, northern Norway and Sweden. The spiral consisted of a blue beam of light with a greyish spiral emanating from one end of it. The light could be seen in all of Trøndelag to the south (the two red counties on the map to the right) and all across the three northern counties which compose Northern Norway,[3]as well as from Northern Sweden[1] and it lasted for 2–3 minutes.[3] According to sources, it looked like a blue light coming from behind a mountain, stopping in mid-air, and starting to spiral outwards.[4][5] A similar, though less spectacular event had also occurred in Norway the month before.[6] Both events had the expected visual features of failed flights of RussianSLBM RSM-56 Bulava missiles,[7][8] and the Russian Defense Ministry acknowledged shortly after that such an event had taken place on 9 December."

But you and I both know it's related to the aliens, and the man just isn't letting on. Right?
There is area 51 and the aliens, the autopsy aliens, the tall white aliens who confer with presidents and kings. There are marvelous light shows and ships, flashes and shapes that disappear in a wink. There are aliens that like vegetables, and ones that are not dependant on atmosphere and live underground. They can do anything and everything including build the pyramids, and act as our gods. Who is to say this is wrong or right? Maybe Joseph Smith had it right with Jesus being resurrected into the New World...and that the early American cultures were not primitive? 

Right now it's poetry for me.