|Art Champoux has been an UFO investigator since 1964. He has worked with Ray Fowler, Walter Webb, John Keel, a lady that he can not name, and several different UFO groups. In the 1960s he was with APRO, CAPER, NIACP, then when APRO went out he was with NICAP and then APRO, Now he is with MUFON. The world of the paranormal has always fascinated him as even as a small boy he had some eerie happenings. His Great grandmother was a spirit medium so maybe he has inherited something. He is a hypnotist and has written for several publications and his leanings are much like John Keels. He beleives there is an ultra force, not from outer space, but much like John's and even Jaques Vallees' contention...we are but one dimension out of many that reign on this planet.
Atheist in a Foxhole
by Art Champoux
Posted: 01:22 May 25, 2007
Now most of you know what that means. But for those who do not it is a person in war whom with bullets flying over their heads pray, even though they do not believe in GOD.
|Art Champoux believes alien abduction deniers are living in a Foxhole
Those who deny the existence of alien implants and experiments on humans are the same.
They will believe true hardcore no nonsense investigators and tried and true scientific investigators who put in years of weeding out the chaff from the wheat. Ray Fowler, Jacques Vallee, Timothy Good, John Fuller, Whitley Strieber etc.
But when they jump ship and state that they too have encountered weird happenings, now they are kooks also.
There is always some one who tries to debunk those who do not fit in the mold of others. So when they put down these other people who for decades have been involved in the investigation of the UFO enigma and even testifying before the US Senate and other High ranking government agencies and before the US congress. Then years later, some say they are "kooks" for reporting or writing on their implants etc. They are like an Atheist in a foxhole. How so? Because they will not believe in abductions, implants etc until it happens to them. Then other new comers to UFOlogy will attack them also.
Then they will be vilified for there experiences.
Most of these "new researchers" tend to believe what they want based on their own researching and not look beyond their own nose. And the beat goes on. What happens?
It is one, human nature. Two, the fear of being called weird and strange and three, denial. If they do not experience it, it cannot be true. Much like the guy in the foxhole. They bury themselves in their own beliefs but when it happens to them they want to be in the Egyptian River, DENIAL!
There are many sincere investigators who out right deny there "might be visitors from space or time," and contend they would not interact with humans! When the bullets fly they duck and weave and pray it does not happen to them. It is too easy to call some abductees crazy or lunatics, (coming from the word where humans are affected by the full moon) which now has been accepted by psychology.