On July 3, 1947, rancher W.W. “Mac” Brazel came across the wreckage of a crashed craft on one of his sheep pastures. He showed the strange debris to some neighbors, then alerted the sheriff in Roswell. Over the next few days, the U.S. Army Air Force cleared away the wreckage, and on July 8 issued a press release identifying it as a crashed flying saucer. The next day, the government said it had been mistaken; it was actually a crashed weather balloon.
At this point, I admit my skepticism concerning aliens from outer space, while at the same time, admitting what may be valid documentation of such, and rationally knowing there could be other universes beside ours. I’ve even heard ministers set out the theory that there may be many worlds; ours the only fallen one, thus the only world needing a Saviour.
A good question for you to ponder this Independence Day. Tell me your thoughts, now. Do you believe in aliens–per chance ever seen one, or evidence, of such critters? Do you believe these sightings to be merely unexplained, but natural, phenomenon? Is it all hoax?
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