On April 1, 2013, the New York Times reported news of a study into trichromatic vision as expressed in early nocturnal tarsiers suggesting how color night visionevolved before primates shifted to daytime living. Omitted from the study, published in the journalProceedings of the Royal Society B, was any notion of how a contemporary global movement utilizing night vision technology to observe UFOs may indicate a re-awakening of archetypal or genetic memories related to a collective ancient aliens-influenced past.
In other words, the urge to experience otherwise invisible or near-invisible events under starlight conditions through the social phenomena of UFO night vision skywatching could be explained as possibly originating from somewhere within our human DNA.
If early primates possessed color night vision, as the above-mentioned study suggests, what types of UFOs were resolved visually in those prehistoric times? Perhaps those forms and their behaviors were related to what night vision-enabled observers are reporting and recording today.
Click here to see how a YouTube search for the term “UFO night vision” reveals over 78,000 results.
How much public interest revolves around matters concerning UFOs and contact with ETs? The Christian Science Monitor reported on March 27, 2013, that the 1950 Hottel memo recounting testimony of a UFO crash recovery in New Mexico is the FBI’s most-viewed record. According to this report, the Federal Bureau of Investigations cites one million views of this document since it was posted online in 2011.
Clearly there is a high level of public interest in this issue. But how to see the UFOs for ourselves?