Alien Craft Buzzing Space Shuttles – The Luxury of Solitude

One of the most perplexing questions about the UFO phenomenon lies in the behavior of the craft themselves.  Why do they do some of the perplexing maneuvers they make in our skies?  And why are these maneuvers seem to extend even into space, not avoiding official government space program shuttles but actually sometimes seemingly seeking them out and then waiting as if hoping to be seen by the crew on-board?  Astronauts have for decades come forward saying they spotted something unexplained in the skies, and it begs a serious question.  What does it say about the motives of these visitors?

If UFOs are extraterrestrial craft and they are controlled by intelligent beings, then everything they do has to be a response to a narrative or design brought about by internal motivations.  These motivations more than likely have some relationship to the reason they’re here in the first place.  And so when a NASA astronaut trained for years in the space program and entrusted with some of the most sophisticated equipment on the planet looks out his window and spots something peculiar, it doesn’t seem completely illogical to assume whatever is out there knows it might be spotted.

And while we can say that an alien craft capable of visiting our planet from another planet may or may not have technology centuries in the future (our own space faring technology may be just around the corner), it does seem likely that whatever allows them to move quickly could be implemented to keep their craft oriented away from the windows of a space shuttle slowly rotating as it passes over Earth.  In fact, according to testimony from astronauts, including Buzz Aldrin who spotted a mysterious object as the crew of the Apollo 11 mission made their famed trip to the Lunar surface.  Other personnel within NASA have reportedly spotted evidence of extraterrestrials in one form or another, but the official stance of NASA is far from accepting of an alien presence on Earth.

It’s often been rumored that NASA knows more about extraterrestrials than they let on.  Indeed if the information going public is only the least dramatic of a far larger body of incredible evidence, then it would appear that NASA at one level or another may have a clearer picture of a possible alien presence not only disclosing its presence visually but perhaps leaving evidence of its endeavors behind.  In a rare appearance in 1994, Neil Armstrong spoke publicly stating, “We have only completed the beginning.  We leave you much that is left undone.  There are great ideas left undiscovered – breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth’s protective layers.”

So why would an alien craft stop by a NASA ship visually?  Is it some attempt by the crew of the UFO to maintain supremacy over our planet’s orbital space by maintaining a visual presence?  It’s as though they were simply saying, “Don’t try anything because now you’re in our territory.”  But to transmit such a message would send an unambiguous message that aliens did exist in a way that might influence world history.  So they simply wait and watch, looking for the time when we are ready or no longer can be afforded the luxury of solitude.