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Just wrote a new book on Skinwalker Ranch happy to answer any questions you may have here.

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posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:32 AM
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a reply to: hiii_98

It hasn't been brought up yet...

Will the guards actually kill you if you get too close? Or will they just rough you up and send you on your way?

They probably have the right, but is the secret that important?




posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:34 AM
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On the first page of this thread you claim to be "set financially", then later on in the thread claim to have lost everything in your endeavors. I'm starting to feel like this thread is less abou information and more about buy my book/visit my website.



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:34 AM
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originally posted by: BO XIAN
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes

Quite plausibly.

It appears that some areas have some sort of spiritually legal doorways opened because of past pacts with evil, curses, outrageously evil blood sacrifices etc.


I have heard other researchers such as JC Johnson from Cyrto Four Corners mention something similar to me in regards to this whole Skinwalker mess. All speculation on our (my) part but I wonder if the Anasazi or pueblo Indians had opened some sort of doorway via sacrifices or other pagan like rituals. There are what appears to be ancient ruins on top of Skinwalker Ridge (and even a ancient road!). My book also details a ancient indian burial ground as well on the ridge... Its these ties back to the early natives that keeps pulling me away from the alien only conclusion. There is a unmistakable connection with the early tribes and the emergence of the Skinwalker. It seems to be more than just a fable. What I like about how the book was written is that it allows you to arrive at your own conclusion, it just provides the framework for all possible theories without being biased towards any one. (again I do NOT have the definitive answer.....YET)
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posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:43 AM
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a reply to: abdctd

I missed the part about him asking for money. Pick back through the thread and point it out? You are either out of context, or making things up. You should stay on topic, or, simply, not post.

If you are gonna try to pick apart his research, provide your own links.

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on't just be a new signup and alienate threads. Not going to work. Skinner has given enough reasons to not tolerate your brand of questioning.


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posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:47 AM
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originally posted by: abdctd
On the first page of this thread you claim to be "set financially", then later on in the thread claim to have lost everything in your endeavors. I'm starting to feel like this thread is less abou information and more about buy my book/visit my website.
you don't seem to understand, let me spell it out, AUTHORS DONT MAKE $HIT FROM SELLING A "UFO" BOOK. Even as a best seller. I have done very well for myself in my business ventures (the book is a hobby, not a real business). Since my last return from Skinwalker I have lost my marriage, my business, friendships and had nonstop slew of bad luck. I reached out to the local sundance chief of the Ute natives in the city encompassing Skinwalker Ranch and he said that I have been cursed by the Skinwalker after my last trip out there. Who knows... I personally do not believe in curses, but with the nonstop bad luck I have had since my return 10 months ago I'm beginning to believe this man. Sounds crazy but he invited me to do a cleansing ritual and a sweat lodge ceremony with the tribe. Regardless if that is all hogwash or not I thought it would be a once in a lifetime experience that I plan to partake in sometime next month. I'm not sure if that clarifies my situation and it is highly personal, but one thing about me is I'm not hiding secrets, if anything I'm too open. Trust me the book sales (especially split with a coauthor...what a few grand?!) do not fix the half million dollar business deal concern that I currently have. Like I said I am financially set however that is eroding very very quickly. The book is a hobby, not a job or a solution.

if this was a movie, it would be a very very scenario (no ... I have zero plans to make a movie).
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posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:47 AM
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I would not doubt that a bit.

I'm glad you noted the shaman, medicine man, Native American Skinwalker role guy having to offer [with the Dineh--it's reportedly their own child] as a sacrifice to gain supernatural powers.

That has always been abhorrent to God Almighty. And, it has always carried a major curse from Him.

I believe Guy Malone's panel of top flight scholars ties it all together better than anyone else . . . though L.A. Marzulli does a decent job, too.

GUY MALONE’S YOUTUBE LIST OF VIDS:


www.youtube.com... 0...1ac.1.11.youtube.pul-p6LCH2I



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:49 AM
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originally posted by: dfens
a reply to: abdctd

I missed the part about him asking for money. Pick back through the thread and point it out? You are either out of context, or making things up. You should stay on topic, or, simply, not post.

If you are gonna try to pick apart his research, provide your own links.


Hmm, and i missed the part where i said he asked for money. You are either out of context, or making things up.



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 11:53 AM
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a reply to: BO XIAN I was sent this message by a local native who claimed he would share with me the process of how to become a Skinwalker. It involves sacrificing a family member. He outlines the process/ritual here. The more you delve into early native practices you will find gruesome rituals and mutilations of enemy children, women, and even (especially?) pregnant women. *IF we do exist in a spiritual world, the repercussions for these abhorrent acts of violence would resound through the ages.

skinwalkerranch.org...


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posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:07 PM
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I encourage you instead to go the Guy Malone route.

The Native American stuff tends to be a variation of the same song with entrapment by a different variety of evil spirits pretending to be good for a time as they tighten their grip.

Track down some Native Americans who used to be shamen, medicine men and then became Christians. They can give you the whole story.

BTW, I do agree with the bloke's assessment and evaluation. I believe you've been cursed, too.

But you can throw it overboard . . . depending.



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:11 PM
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I must admit , being that my mothers half of the family is full blooded Comanche, that I take a bit of offense that you think that all of our spiritual ways are evil......

Just as some Christian rituals can be changed and turned to do harm, so can many of the shamanistic , healing and spiritual connection rituals..

Not everything is evil just because it didnt come from the bible.......

I hope that im misinterpreting what you are saying, but I do get the feeling that you think this......please feel free to correct me if im wrong....



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posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:32 PM
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I see a good amount of skepticism here about Ryan Skinner and being here to sell his book. I've been in the paranormal field a long time and just wrote a book, and honestly we make very little money in this field. even when we do television shows, half the time we don't get paid. I spent 10 days in Sedona a few years back for a show and made $200.

Not everyone may agree with Ryan's conclusions, but at least he spends the time to actually investigates first hand, which believe me isn't always easy and very often comes at your own expense (and not just financial). I've never met Ryan, but when we were investigating the area last week, we did send him an email for some some info; and he was very gracious with answering our questions.

Most of the money that we do make goes straight back into research, so mentioning our books on forums and sometimes television is really the only way to continue our research.



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:34 PM
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I got a late start to begin reading your book; It was midnight ( how appropriate! ) I made it almost to the end of Chapter 2 before I got too sleepy to continue.
It has been a very interesting story, indeed! I do find it annoying that a bunch of symbols, probably caused by the downloading format, was mixed all through the text, which made it hard to read at times. It could be something on my end, I don't know.

Anyway, a lot of what these people discuss in the book has happened to people who have posted in my paranormal thread
(click on my signature). I've heard that scream that they talk about too. It will freeze you in your tracks! Never heard anything like that!!!


I just wanted to stop in and tell you how much I'm enjoying the book. It gives me inspiration to write my own life story... mostly paranormal events.



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:39 PM
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Its very true and youll find most native cultures to be more in tune and connected to their "source" or one god, more then many other people who are hypocritical in their religions......



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:39 PM
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Its very true and youll find most native cultures to be more in tune and connected to their "source" or one god, more then many other people who are hypocritical in their religions......



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:55 PM
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There's an incalculable amount of stuff RESOUNDING THROUGH THE AGES

collecting in our laps in this era . . .

. . . an OBJECT LESSON . . . about the reaping and sowing apart from Almighty God.



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:57 PM
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a reply to: ManBehindTheMask

I'm 1/4 Cherokee, IIRC.

I take most of my understanding of such things from Native Americans who have walked both sides of such issues.

I certainly do not think that 100% of everything that Native Americans do or think in terms of spiritual matters is evil.

However, when it comes to invoking spirits etc. I've rarely come across any claims BY THE NATIVE AMERICANS WHO HAVE WALKED BOTH SIDES . . . actually, I can't think of any . . . that they consider such spirits benign or good, in retrospect.



posted on May, 17 2014 @ 12:57 PM
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a reply to: ManBehindTheMask My own great grandmother is full blood native. Sorry you came to your own conclusion regarding my comments. Not sure where I ever said native ways are all evil.... actually I never did. the more that I think about it I didn't even use the word "evil", I said opens doorways. You wouldn't believe the rifts opened by early white pagan rituals to Moloch, or the South American Azteca gateways. Maybe your too rooted in social context to fully appreciate this discussion.

One single practice done by a very small minority. Not only that but the natives I am referring to PREDATED the traditional American Indian.
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