A brief history of ontological shock
The term ‘ontological shock’ is now used widely in UAP circles to describe the feelings of anxiety and disorientation that people feel as they learn of the existence of a non-human intelligence. In this article, we look at the history of the term and how it has come to be applied to the UAP topic.
How to deal with ontological shock depends on which of the five types of disclosure we get
uNHIdden has been set up to promote mental health and wellbeing to do with disclosure and revelations about non-human intelligence (NHI). In particular, this means researching and developing strategies for mitigating ontological shock.
“The truth is out there!” – but not always when you see your doctor
Speaking at the Awakenings Conference in Manchester on 26th August 2023, author Paul Sinclair movingly described his experiences of growing up in rural Yorkshire and various anomalous experiences that occurred to him and his family.