Objective vs Subjective approach.
Anybody that had followed the "interactions" in this group or elsewhere around this topic will realize that it is extremely hard to keep yourself "objective", the "pressure" to be sidetracked from being objective will come from your own self and from almost any other direction.
By being objective I mean only accepting fact based claims, claims supported and consistent with consistent recurrent observations, then why being objective is critical?
For once let me repeat what was mentioned in a recent discussion: All useful/actionable knowledge that we have so far about anomalies have been the result of the multiple and consistent observations of anomalies done by independent active observers, the same can be said of almost all knowledge accumulated by science.
None of these insights had been the result of following the "instructions" or "revelations" of any non-objective source. As a matter of principle we as intelligent beings will be "degraded" if we followed on faith anything coming from any other "entity", we are fully sufficient to advance knowledge from ourselves alone and even when Science is not perfect, nothing it is, we are doing today a lot of things that 100 years ago were considered impossible by using "actionable/objective" procedures.