An AAWSAP manager hangs radioactive laundry on the line (again)
Assuming what's been reported to be true then it's not clear if the objects and creatures are 'real' in the sense of being physical in our space-time, or some kind of anomalous perception.
I wondered if there could be a link to Sheldrake's Morphic Resonance, either directly or indirectly. Is the phenomenon something 'real' or something imagined that others can perceive via an aspect of Psi, or something real from a parallel universe that can be perceived via Psi? Is the Hitchhiker effect a learned 'skill' or a latent ability that can be learnt to be tapped into?
All very New Agey thoughts! But if Psi is real (and the statistics support it) then we know next to nothing about how information is communicated via Psi.
“O day and night, but this is wondrous strange!"
“There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."
The collective, destructive, harmful thought forms created by humanity itself are a powerful energy in the non-material realm that, given the right conditions, can precipitate bogeymen into the material world.
The "spiritual wickedness in high places" is within ourselves.
Thanks for keeping me up tonight......
Hasn't the new team working for the History Channel's "Secret of Skinwalker Ranch" turned up anything resembling new evidence? I know these "reality" shows are edited to evince drama where there might not be much. But it sure seems like some weird-ass shit is going on there. Would Travis Taylor hitch his wagon to an obvious dumpster fire? This "hitchhiker effect" is something the show has hinted at, but not yet explored. The team should use a copy of Skinwalkers at the Pentagon to map out its next season or two. It's something worth investigating all by itself. Brandon Fugal seems up for any type of exploration that science might suggest (and appears to have the $$$ to make it happen), especially if he has personal experience with the hitchhiker effect himself.
These stories are just stories. From dubious sources.
Here's my New York Post report on the "hitchhiker", "Skinwalkers at the Pentagon" and the rest of this balderdash:
It's not the message, it's the messenger. The Skinwalker circle of peeps want to be at the forefront of the new ufology (see Elizondo's latest article), but they're really just the old guys re-marketed. Hard to keep an open mind when you don't particularly trust the source.
It's like the old Dear John letter: "Dear, John. I've left you for anyone else."
But it didn't become a pandemic; it wasn't a run-away phenomenon.
(Anyone reminded of one of the best Stargate episodes: Sight Unseen ?)
There are always limits and boundaries, which have as much to teach us as the apparent phenomena.