Sunday, July 18, 2010


The Ufo-fantasists and neo-cultists do NOT rule the Market, on the contrary the Markets rules them.
IF they find that SOMETHING they write SELLS WELL, they will insist in that line of thought.
This market includes books, DVDs, Galactic Diplomacy Diplomas name it.
Capitalist rule is this: If it sells is good and true.
If you believe I am wrong, forget about all this, but if you think that I am right, there are things you can do.
First of all, do not buy in the Internet.
Instead go to a good book-seller and SEE what is in a book before buying it.
Same can be said about DVDs and "snake oils".
Do research about names and professions. You will find that many self-proclaimed "professors" and "gurus" show faked backgrounds.
Link below gives some ideas about this:

Always, always ask questions like these:

How do you know?
Who told you so?
How reliable are your sources?
Is the whole scientific establishment compromised in a giant Cover-Up? If the answer is yes, why and how the secret is kept?

Of course there are many more questions, and probably you can find some more effective than these.
But please, remember this: Do not buy the "snake-oil" sold by UFO Pundits and self-proclaimed "Wise Men".
Send this to others, with or without my name.

James Black AKA Tomas Scolarici

Thursday, July 1, 2010


Dear friends of Rational Ufology.

We must always keep this in mind: For us, the definition of Ufology includes not only the UFO phenomenon, but the impact of this phenomenon in our human culture.
We know that other than some sightings and detections of the Unidentified Elements (not necessary "objects"), the rest is absolutely hypothetic in the best option, and "snake oil" profiteering for worst.

Of course, since very little is known of the UFO phenomenon, is perfectly logic to suggest hypothesis. Nothing wrong IF we clarify that our ideas are hypothetical.
Those who tell us that they know the "whole truth and nothing but the truth" MUST give evidences of what they say OR recognize the hypothetical nature of their rhetoric.

However, if the "snake oil" sellers' purpose is to invent a new UFO Religion based in Faith, they should be clear about this. They have the right to create new religions.
We, Rational Ufogists have also the right to ask questions, particularly if the " UFO Reverends" try to manipulate science, history and politics to serve their own agenda.

Tomas Scolarici