originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
a reply to: muzzleflash
That just isn't true. I have spoken to native Americans down there and things happen that do not have any contemporary explanation. The fabric of
space is bent there like a vortex, and things are "getting through" from somewhere else that shouldn't be. Add to that the witchcraft and black magic
being used to help those things get here is another facet of it.
And the physics of science do allow for this to happen. The difficult part for people is in not denying that bad things can come through those doors
and hurt you. No government would want to admit that, especially if they can't do squat about it. So that is why you don't believe in it, because the
government pays really good money to ridicule it all.
How about we take this one at a time?
Altho I understand your point.
It is a area of high strangeness and since it's been reported by everyone for many years BEFORE the Gormans purchased the property. So just giving it
a snazzy new name "Skinwalker Ranch" is just hype.
The whole Basin is actually area of high strangeness, same as in Colorado and many other places.
That's an important thought right there, because the ranch actually isn't unique. It just got a crap-ton of publicity. Once you realize it's just one
of many places this type of phenom occurs it's easier to put things in perspective.
Next is that a Skinwalker is someone, A HUMAN, who belongs to a very bad medicine society. It's NOT some separate entity-boogyman. The society does
not function around healing, it is NOT sanctioned or approved by Native Peoples and is aberrant. They do practice witchcraft of a "sort" but are
shunned within their communities.
Because someone saw a oversized dog morph into something else does NOT mean it's a legitimate Skinwalker. Many entities mess with your perception and
seemingly defy the laws of physics as we know them. Thats where our science needs to play catch-up.
Why certain locations function as a freaky cesspool I can only speculate. It does however seem to be a natural function and usually if you find a
really nasty place there is a very decent place not too far off. In the case of the Ranch I have not seen anyone know to look for the corresponding
site, or inquire about it. This taking place over a wide area, I'd expect the corresponding place to be further away than just down the road.
Which begs the question if you don't even know the basics what the heck are you doing monkeying around?
As to space ect being bent and things using doorways. Just because you didn't know these types of entities exist doesn't mean they pop in from
somewhere else. Is it easier for them to make themselves known in that area? Looks like it, but we'd be jumping the gun pushing portals and doorways
and running around with our hair on fire.
No doubt there's some wicked nasty stuff running around out there but most locals avoid it and we just keep running at it expecting it to make sense.
Instead of leaving it alone. Then we're surprised when bad stuff happens.
Now from what I've read some posters think a amusement park there would be NEAT-O!
That's some SERIOUS "Hey Bubba! Watch THIS!!!" stupidity going on right there. On the other hand who am I to deny a Darwin Award contestant their
chance at winning?
If you look at what's happened so far the phenom came on suddenly, it was unexpected and went full-bore. Then over a sustained period of time it's
petered out. They discussed how it only ramped up with a new person's intro to the place.
So...just because no ones been seriously hurt "Yet" doesn't mean the Pheom hasn't been adapting and learning. Right now it doesn't have the Oomph to
keep up sustained contact but we don't know that that factor won't change. "It" does do hit and run guerrilla type attacks, or attempts at
communication. However never the same type twice.
How does this in all honesty strike anyone as something to entertain themselves with or a suitable spectator sport?
Have to agree with NoCorruptionAllowed.