posted on Jan, 29 2020 @ 04:36 AM
a reply to: SacredLore
Thanks for posting the Mick West interview, I watched it last week and found it really interesting. It's been bugging me though, the description that
Voorhis gives of the phenomenon is almost exactly the same as the description of the phenomenon witnessed in Piedmont by Dr Harvey Routledge.
Routledge's initial description of his encounters and Voorhis' description of the 'Tic-tac' are almost indistinguishable from one another. It is of
course perfectly possible that Voorhis' use of language has been influenced by reading Routledge's book (Project Identification) or material derived
there of, but it is not just quite similar, it is very similar. Too similar to be purely co-incidental. In my opinion.
Given that Routledge was writing some years ago for a lay-audience, and Voorhis is a technician responsible for complex electronic equipment, I think
that it is probable that they would possess, given a similar experience, a shared vocabulary to which they would resort to explain that experience. I
am happy therefore to give the benefit of the doubt, and work from the assumption that Voorhis and Routledge are possibly
describing the same
That, obviously, begs all sorts of questions. Assuming Voorhis did not consult Routledge then it also answers the question, quite definitively, that
they do not represent any danger. Quite the reverse seems to be true in fact.