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posted on Oct, 17 2015 @ 11:05 PM

originally posted by: Millions
a reply to: Wolfenz

I have no idea what plant he was looking for - sorry I can't be more helpful with that.

I always thought it was kinda cool, though - this guy backpacking through the jungle on the hunt for rare flowers and plants. Quite an adventure!

well there is a Rare Magnolia Plant around the Area.

as only 50 plants are known to exist .. in the World

and if he had them and tried to cross a border or on a plane
he could of been in big trouble ..

that Plant is major Medicine for many different things..
that a Pharmacy would seek after in the black market.

and is highly seeked but the one im talking about is
extremely rare and very beautiful in color very bright.

if there is a Smuggling activity involved
and he was caught ..

it Could be, a Midnight Express episode ..

(from a botanical garden in California )
Magnolia grandis

Magnolia grandis, previously know as Manglietia grandis, is native to southeastern Yunnan and southwestern Guangxi, China, very near the border with Vietnam. It is rare in cultivation and rare in the wild. Loss of habitat, credit: Ted Kipping due primarily to agricultural expansion and logging, and the ensuing fragmentation of the few remaining individuals have led it to be listed in the recently published “The Red List of Magnoliaceae” as Critically Endangered. The few trees that I have seen in the wild were on the edges of agricultural fields or in small remnant forests near villages. These remnant forests, often called Fēng Shŭi Lín, offer some degree of protection, although they are usually too small and have too few individuals to offer a viable future for this endangered magnolia.

I still have a vibe that this Jamie was looking for this for his garden..

as you can see where his hotel was near china's border

sa pa district Vietnam to yunnan China 7 hours between

is the Trail of this Plant is located

Magnolia grandis

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posted on Oct, 17 2015 @ 11:46 PM
a reply to: tony9802

You can't go by that. I remember an incident that was reported in the States of a group of Christians who got together every Sunday to discuss what they could do to make the world a better place. They got a new member, who was a bit young for their group, but they welcomed him. He mostly listened and didn't say a lot. After a week or so there was a car accident. One of the members was telling the reporter how he opened the paper and saw the picture of their group's new member, only the newspaper gave a different name and said he worked for the CIA.

Secret agents will get false ID's, all kinds of stuff. For the most serious matters, they literally assume whole new identities. The whole purpose is to be completely inauspicious; the kind of person that you'd just refuse to believe ever could be a spy, because they just seem so ordinary and well-understood (the exact opposite of James Bond.) With real spies, they will live a whole different life, take courses, jobs or careers, whatever they have to, which are legitimate, as part of their new life. It's far more than just a little game of pretend.

Not saying this man was a secret agent, just that you can't easily tell.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 12:15 AM
a reply to: Millions

honestly, i hadn't read anyone else's reply just yours and just 2 mins ago. The first thing to flash into my head was 'guns, people with green clothing, similar to army fatigues, they were pushing your friend forward and i believe i saw something around his mouth like a gag? As i began to scroll down i saw what others were posting and kinda said to myself, ok others are seeing what i just did?

Honest truth, take it or leave it however i truly hope you don't let this take you over, or upset you to any length.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 01:27 AM
a reply to: jsettica

Im using a coin tossing method..its scientifically proven to be 50% correct.

Heads is yes
Tails is no

Is Jamie Taggart alive, yes it the answer
is he ok? yes!
has he found his plant? yes!
Is something stopping him from coming home? Yes!
Does he want to go home? No!
Is there a girl involved? No!
Is he hurt? no!
Is he procrastinating? Yes!

The coin of truth has spoken
That is all.

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posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 03:44 AM
I have read several survey type studies done which have made their way into various travel brochures for both laughs and for serious things to consider.

What I do know is that in poorer neighborhoods of African and southeast Asian countries...even to the less educated in Central America, South America, and Mexico...when asked what they think when they see a traveling Caucasian, especially if they think he is American, countless people in the developing world imagine that this person must live in a mansion like the "average home" families are set to live in on TV shows and movies seen worldwide (in reality 2-3 million dollar sprawling homes with ample land and hardly the average. Think...Home Alone. A family supporting seven kids on a lower office job in THAT Georgian mansion!?). They assume this person is probably traveling with a decent amount of cash. Teachers/scientists/professors/researchers and I'll bet botanists are on the low side of the pay scale but in these countries being...say...a teacher...means you have a highly respected and super paying job. And lastly, in a world where a simple nice cell phone, one for people who will be calling internationally too, can fetch up to 600$, a simple iPhone 4-500, and a tablet or laptop from 300 to over a thousand dollars you can imagine how radically different the image behind these must be for the poor or small village dwellers is both multiple months' bills to support your family or simply a luxury we take for granted but something other people could only dream of possessing. Honestly for us it would be like a different class of people ciomimg through our towns who wore gold bars as a hat. These things have become so commonplace we forget there's still many out there with two digit monthly incomes to whom a camera or phone may as well be a Bentley they're so not possibly attained.

So when traveling in places you will not only stick out like a sore thumb since I'm sure he'd be hard to mistake for Vietnamese, and in his case stick out as the type of traveler who has such stereotypes painting a target on his back, it may have been sadly that all it took was one person watching closely who saw a watch, some local bills mixed with ever so treasured British pounds as he paid for breakfast, and typing up something on a shiney hi def screen smart phone with gosh knows how much more treasure in his satchel a thief could imagine, and he was followed to an alley where he was grabbed.

The one thing that remains hopeful is that robbing and even killing him most thieves, especially short Vietnamese ones, would leave him in the alley or the bushes. No body left after a simple enough mugging means I too hope he is in a small town jail in Thailand being sweated to admit he was smuggling drugs and eventually word will get out and he'll go home.

But dont forget our affordable conveniences have a whole different meaning abroad and many here on ats think they've got it bad, imagine those who truly are poor and suffering and disenchanted from hope with a baited hook dangling six months of easy living just one desperate act away. This really is the most logical thing to have happened I think, unfortunately.
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posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 03:49 AM
a reply to: Millions

I am thrilled your thread has gone to not only front page, but to number 2 of all thread popularity..good luck with the search, and very good luck with the positive and inspirational responses!
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posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 05:12 AM
Some of the responses so far have been interesting. Some of them connect. I know not everyone believes in psychic ability but I've had psychic experiences, as have many others, and I knew a legitimate (gifted) psychic. Until meeting her, despite my own experiences (like dreams coming true, etc.,) I didn't believe in psychics, per se. When I thought of them my mind instantly went to a visual of some exaggerated older female Gypsy fortuneteller with a purple head wrap, golden gown and long, pink (and fake-looking) fingernails moving over a crystal ball. This is the image placed into my mind by Hollywood but also the mainstream media in general. Fortunetellers advertised in different magazines and papers always had a stereotypical fortuneteller look to them, which just gives you this overall sense of them all being so bogus and how laughable it is that anyone could believe in that crap. But when I had a real psychic reading I was blown away. It really threw me through a loop. Sometimes you need to experience it for yourself or meet someone gifted in the psychic ability to really get the reality of it.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 05:46 AM
a reply to: Millions

From Lonely Planet:

Established as a hill station by the French in 1922, Sapa is the one place in the northwest where tourism is booming. It’s now firmly on the European and North American package-tour circuit, and well-equipped trekkers are a common sight around town.

Lonely Planet

You said that Jamie has crossed borders in the past. Given that his garden is spectacular and he has an obvious passion for plantlife - the climate in the region is pretty close to Scotland, so we share lots of rhododendrons etc - is it possible that he chose Sapa because it is becoming more commercial and he wouldn't look out of place as a visitor? He left his backpack and his passport in the hotel. Do you think he did this on purpose, with the sole intention of visiting the Chinese border?
As Wolfenz said, it would be helpful to know what plant he was looking for because it could be his family are looking in the wrong place.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 06:18 AM
So, before using something which has no scientific evidence like psychics -- have you gone to Interpol? Queried the local authorities in the area? The British High Commission?

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 06:46 AM

originally posted by: chewi
a reply to: Rosinitiate
Where did IRA come from. They are northern irish.

No they are not. They are based in the ROI. Across the border.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 07:35 AM
a reply to: noonebutme

Scotland’s First Minister has registered his concern over the case of Jamie Taggart, the botanist who has been missing in Vietnam since November.
Jamie had been missing for four weeks before his family were told. Alex Salmond has confirmed to Jamie’s cousin Jane White that after a request from the family the Scottish Government has registered its interest in the case with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. And he has also contacted Foreign Secretary William Hague, highlighting the issue and asking whether the UK authorities can do anything more to help the search.

Lochside Press

Jamie's father believes that despite intervention from the Consulate and Scottish government, the Vietnam police are withholding information. I'm guessing that's why Millions is looking for a psychic, because so many other avenues have led to a dead end.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 09:59 AM
a reply to: pauljs75

That would be amazing - I'd love that to be true. Thanks, Paul.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 10:01 AM
a reply to: Wolfenz

Woah - that's amazing. Thanks for the insight. I don't doubt that with his background, education and experience in the field, he'd know about this.

Very intriguing.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 10:05 AM
a reply to: awareness10

Thanks, I appreciate that. This kind of scenario is something that has crossed my mind too. Maybe he stumbled into an area he shouldn't have - for example, an illegal opium field or something, and was captured so he can't say anything. That's interesting that a few folk seem to be going with this angle though.

Other possibilities that have crossed my mind are that he stepped on an old landmine, or that he fell down a crevice somewhere.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 10:12 AM
a reply to: beansidhe

I think you are spot on here - in my opinion, there's a really good chance that the family are, like you say, searching in the wrong place.

Also, that's a great point about similarity in climate. I have never heard that before. It makes a lot of sense now that he he would have chosen such an area to visit.

And actually, he did have a particular passion for rhododendrons. I don't know if that is what he was searching for though, unfortunately.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 10:14 AM
a reply to: noonebutme

Yeah - the Scottish government, UK government and embassy have all been involved at one stage or another, with no luck. Even local celebrities tried getting involved to raise awareness.

There were searches initiated by locals, and more after fund-raising campaigns here in Scotland. Jamie's mum also went over there last year, but again without any luck.

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 11:15 AM
a reply to: Millions

Hi John,

You can easily ask remote viewers round the world for help. Just google for remote viewers. Here are links where you can address your concerns:

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 11:35 AM
a reply to: intrptr

very true & great point. I totally forgot about that!

ugh that's scary.

a reply to: Millions

I really hope things work out. I can't imagine how difficult this must be for you and his family. I hope if I ever (God forbid) go missing, I have a great friend like you.
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posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 12:22 PM
botanist lost Try find beside with me the golden root , and have to look you

posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 08:40 PM
I have had moderate success with RV/scrying. Tomorrow after I get the kids to school I will do a reading for you and see what comes to me. Check back for my results.

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