Monday, June 27, 2005

Searching For Truth In All The Wrong Places

Life in general, intermittently throws up various mysteries for humanity to figure-out. Among the broad spectrum of anomalies we can highlight, are;

UFO's, Paranormal Events, Bigfoot and Vampires.

However, we can also include more widespread contemporary events such as the JFK assassination, and the dealings that transpired on 9/11/2001, into this melting pot of 'out of the ordinary' matters that haunt mankind.

There may not be immediately visible comparisons between varied subjects such as UFO's, and the events surrounding 9/11. But, they are similar in that the majority of society views them subjectively, and not objectively.

UFO's do exist, that is a fact that even the US Air Force admits. They may not know what they are, and they may even explain most of them away as the 'Planet Venus', or 'Marsh Gas', but Unidentified Flying Objects are a real, live phenomenon. But these poor explanations do not satisfy observers who prefer a more objective analysis.

Likewise, the events surrounding 9/11 are very similar. The government will explain the circumstances surrounding that tragic day as the evil deeds of' 'Cave Dwelling Hijackers', or as sick people who 'Hate Freedom'. But these explanations also do not satisfy observers who prefer a more objective analysis of the actual events.

Well, that leads one to the conclusion that objective observers cannot take the governments words at face value (at least not all the time). With this realisation, one is forced to look elsewhere for the answers they seek, be it regarding the UFO question, the 9/11 questions, or to plainly ask why is humanity destroying itself?

There are many alternative sources of information out there, especially in cyber-land who are willing to ask the deeper questions. These sources are willing to disbelieve official explanations, if they are not satisfied for any objective reason.

Perhaps one person witnessed a huge red flashing object above their head, which zipped off at 5,000 kph into nothingness, but read in the paper the next day reports of 'Weather Balloons'. Or perhaps an observer watched a small missile, or a small jet fly and blow up into the Pentagon, and read in the paper that it was a large Boeing 747 that hit the Pentagon.

People with such questions look to alternative sources for their answers -and they look to sources such as Parabola magazine.

Parabola..... famed for objectively dissecting anomalous subjects through analysing relevant passages from established works, and cross-referencing these to new articles, writings and expoundings. The magazine of 'Myth and Tradition' which includes material from many cultures and perspectives which serve to explain these hidden, murky areas that haunt our world.

Parabola.... The magazine that rejected an advert for Laura Knight-Jadczyk's new book, Secret History Of The World....?!?!

Hold on one minute....!!!!!!

With this flat out refusal, I was very surprised.

Laura Knight-Jadczyk's mission was very similar to Parabola's, I always thought. They both were prepared to go beyond the official pale to seek answers to difficult questions. They both kept an open mind when questioning anomalous events.

Why would Parabola reject such an advert? An advert for a book, that in my view asks similar questions to the ones Parabola asks?

I was stumped as I read about this eyebrow raising happening? So I looked into the matter more and found this from a blog entry.

Wondering what reasons the folks at the magazine had for their refusal to accept the placement of an ad, I called their advertising representative. After several minutes of polite back and forth I was finally given to understand that the book was considered to be too "sensationalistic" and "not something they wanted to promote". I could only think: if only they knew how much in common their publication had with the 'SHotW', if only how they saw how much of an extension of it was, if they cared about thematerial they were publishing why weren't they more open - to an ad for abook with very related subject matter???

From these facts I can surmise that Parabola are not as open as they like to make out they are. Or that perhaps Laura Knight-Jadczyk's book is closer to the truth than Parabola are prepared to face?

The reader can make up their own mind, as I have.

But one thing is for sure, the truth is out there, but don't expect Parabola to lead you to it.


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