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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: Justshrug
I'm not sure if you are allowed to do this but could you post a link to those two PDFs regarding the Colorado ranch you just mentioned.
I tried looking at the skinwalker website and couldn't find it. But I want to read about it.
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: hiii_98
I guess Jacque vallee's own website then is mistaken... Especially the part where he states that he currently serves on Bigelows board as an advisor. bigelowaerospace is the parent company for B.A.A.S.S. which overseas operations on Skinwalker Ranch. I even have a picture of Valle on one of his trips to the ranch. Since he is working directly for Bigelow regarding the ranch are you (whomever) suggesting Vallee is the head of this hoax? Absurd...
If you read my post more carefully, it's clear that I wasn't disputing Vallee's association with NIDS; it was pointing out that he wasn't part of the team at the ranch. He was interviewed (C2C or BoA iirc) and was very clear that he did not take part. He related several accounts that had been told to him by others who had been part of the NIDS team at the ranch.
originally posted by: JadeStar
originally posted by: hiii_98
a reply to: JadeStar you do realize I am receiving that information directly from Vallee's own website. I'm not sure what more proof it takes than that... geez.
Kindly point us to the part of Vallee's website where he states he was at the ranch.
Jacques Vallée has a Ph.D. in computer science; Eric Davis holds a Ph.D. in physics. Both are
consulting members of the National Institute for Discovery Science, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Alternatively, the possibility that you were deceived by others, in regards to at least some of my concerns, is equally something to consider.
originally posted by: cuckooold
I've just reread 'the Hunt for the Skinwalker', and it's pretty dramatic. Do your own experiences compare with the book? Do you think the phenomena is one entity, or a variety of entities? Do you have any theories as to why there's such a mix of paranormal, and science fiction? Do you think there's a 'purpose' for the events occurring, and if so, what could this be? Finally, everything I have read about the ranch points to the entity/entities being of a malevolent nature. Do you agree with this?
Sorry for the barrage of questions, but the Knapp/Kelleher book is very fresh in my mind.