Christopher Knowles has coined a new term, The ELUSIVE COMPANION HYPOTHESIS as a way to better articulate the elusive meta-weirdness that surrounds the UFO phenomenon.
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This term Elusive Companion Hypothesis (ECH) emerged during a series of five excellent posts on THE SECRET SUN. I strongly urge you to read each one of these essays. Trust me on this.
These posts are:
a. My Favorite Nightmares
b. AstroGnostic: Reality Is as Reality Does
c. AstroGnostic: Stanley Kubrick and the Reality Stargate
d. AstroGnostic: Moon-Machines and Mindbombs
e. Ockham, the Occult and the Ultraterrestrials
Stanley Kubrick and Jack Kirby both attempt to redefine the scope of their respective crafts. Each use overtly mythic imagery to bypass the normal pathways, and ends up rewiring a hidden part of our psyche. The stories brought back by alien abductees have the same sweeping power.
This set of farsighted essays paints a swirling entanglement of UFOs, Jack Kirby, Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, ancient astronauts, synchronicities, The Watchers, science fiction, nightmares, human evolution - and - alien abductees.
I also ask him about a very creepy glowing figure that Chris saw last summer at night with his dog, and this experience is downright (sorry to use the word, but) paranormal!
And sometimes, even humble “Joe Normal” gets zapped by this signal on his very own road to Damascus. And even Haywood Floyd got zapped in a 40 foot pit on the moon.