Welcome, fellow freaks!
There is overwhelming evidence that aliens have been visiting Earth and interacting with humans for an indeterminable period of time. The evidence, sometimes physical but most often in the form of eyewitness testimony, is overwhelming. I believe that in the next 20 years conclusive proof will be brought forward to solidify this as a reality in the minds of a majority of humanity.
The number of former government and military employees who have had direct contact with alien phenomena is reaching a critical mass. They are retiring and can no longer be threatened with their jobs, the most common means of enforcing secrecy.
I’m certain most people do not want to face this new reality; dealing with present reality is already enough of a struggle. Yet the change is coming. How will you respond? How will you fit this into your world view?
I think the best way to face the new reality is, in part, to laugh at the absurdity of it all. Most of us, I dare say, on this one little planet content to believe we are alone in the unfathomable vastness of the universe. Those who know otherwise and are already interacting with other civilizations are keeping it secret. Why?
Why deny mankind the truth, and benefits of new technologies that could transform the lives of every person on the planet? In order to maintain their own control, comfort, and profit margin. How tiny-minded and petty. How disgusting. How hilarious! These people don’t realize that when the truth is known, they will be reviled as profiteers, parasites and traitors to humanity. But of course, that will likely be in the distant future when they are long gone and forgotten, having achieved nothing.
It’s the goal of UFO Theater to laugh at the fakers and profiteers, including those who manufacture UFO “evidence” to be sold as a commodity; and to highlight those providing accurate information and real insight. And of course, to entertain you while doing so. I look forward to your opinions.
To Disclosure, and beyooonddd!
Constantine is an Emmy® winning animator and visual effects artist living in Los Angeles, California. He has worked on numerous shows for The History Channel, Discovery Channel and Spike TV in addition to being part of the team that converted Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace to 3D (but try not to hold that against him). Debunking UFO hoaxes and promoting disclosure are his passionate avocations.