13 thoughts on “The New York Times & UFO Coverage | The Richard Dolan Show

  1. Craig Champion

    It’s great to network with (and interview) other researchers. It very well could be that no more information is released beyond this point (via the mainstream acknowledgment of the existence of craft that aren’t ours/we may have pieces of craft) – perhaps the “latest form of coverup” indeed. It’ll be interesting to see if things move beyond these revelations (“the best way to keep a secret is to pretend to share it”).

    My belief is that the upper echelon of the NYT editorial staff exhibits three-letter initials 😀.

    Good insight that government agencies have both “public” as well as “classified” operations.

    1. Richard Dolan Post author

      totally agree regarding the NYT. As Ralph Blumenthal put it, there are an “infinitude” of layers on the way up, and everyone has to sign off on a piece, at least one about UFOs.

  2. Carolyn3

    Great interview,
    i agree with what he said about experiencers can have downloads (The images/symbols that I’ve seen coming in very fast while I sleep), shown other images, hearing telepathic voice (telling me to lay back down) because I sat up in what I thought was my bed and laid back down. It wasn’t the voice telling me what to do that scared me, it was the fact that I laid back down without getting up and looking around for my husband or where the voice was coming from.
    When I woke up in the morning I just thought briefly that I had an angelic encounter since there was a white light and the voice was calm, but on the other hand I’ve come to understand that what we call angels may actually be ET’s.
    It wasn’t until I had another white light experience (not NDE) that I realized it was not what we call an angelic encounter.
    Jay mentioned a lot of things I understand.

    Enjoyed this interview.

  3. intranuclear

    Thank you!
    Jay is an amazing guy. Like you Richard, I have become somewhat jaded expecting a global awakening running towards Utopia, however, I also absolutely have come to see that Utopia is a horribly bad idea and instead, awakening leads to even more challenge. Evidence for this is infinite. First you learn to wash your hands, then you are washing dishes, then you make dishes….and so on. Everything I observe in this universe appears to have infinite levels with infinite levels of complexity, so Utopia is simply a non-starter, but a beautiful idea or rather an advertisement to take on the challenge for the next level.

    1. Richard Dolan Post author

      Totally with you on Utopias. I guess I prefer to consider myself an idealist, in some matters anyway, but never a utopian. I have come to believe that people who genuinely try to implement Utopias are often very dangerous, and their results often lead to serious violence. That’s because the idea of creating a perfect society means changing basic things about how human beings live and operate. And changing basic, fundamental things is always a recipe for coercion, which is simply the first rung on the ladder of violence. Having said that, I do think we have some capacity for positive change. God knows I want to believe that for myself and everyone. 🙂 I guess that’s why I brought up Tolstoy at the end of the interview. But what a hard thing to do.


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