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My visit to The Skinwalker Ranch, 2018

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posted on Jul, 15 2018 @ 04:55 PM
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It would be near criminal not to use this in the soundtrack.
Patton is pretty easy to work with if he likes the project.




posted on Jul, 15 2018 @ 05:13 PM
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a reply to: mirageman

Hey who cares if ST10 is bunk crap ATS gets a plug.



posted on Jul, 15 2018 @ 05:14 PM
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originally posted by: thepixelpusher
a reply to: Jay-morris

Quantum Physics already is addressing bizarre things for scientists so I don't think these things are so taboo anymore. And I think you'd be surprised the numbers of scientists on ATS.


But are these scientists with respected jobs who are openly talking about this? Time and time again we hear about people bring ridiculed, even hounded out of their jobs for holding alternative views.

Yes Quantum Physicscan open doors to many different theories, stranger than the one before, and that is a good thing. But these subjects, example Skywalker range are just ridiculed.

James Randi awarded Bigelow a Pigasus Award for funding purchase of the property for what he termed a "useless study" of "a 'haunted ranch' in Utah".

People like James Randy is like a cult/god like figure to these armchair debunkers. And these are the people who do not want to get to the bottom of something, they just want to debunk, because that is what they like to do, so even though they hide behind words like "critical thinking" it is just another belief system getting in the way of proper, real investigations into these phenomenas.



posted on Jul, 15 2018 @ 05:18 PM
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Of course, this is nothing more than hearsay, but it came from Ryan Skinner's FB group about Skinwalker ranch.If true, could lend some credence to them registering the Skinwalker name as entertainment:




I have been investigating the area around the ranch as well as the basin for the past several days with my brother. I needed a haircut so I made a stop at Great Clips in Vernal. The stylist asked what brought me to the area. I told her I was a paranormal investigator and was doing some research around the ranch. She said she had an interest in the subject and knew one of the guards from the ranch. To my surprise, she then said that the guard told her that they were “going to be opening up the ranch for tours”. I can only speculate as to what that means, but I thought it as important enough to pass along this information to the group.



posted on Jul, 15 2018 @ 06:25 PM
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To my surprise, she then said that the guard told her that they were “going to be opening up the ranch for tours”.


I hope they do that. I'd book a stay there.



posted on Jul, 15 2018 @ 07:01 PM
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a reply to: Jay-morris

James Randi is a nobody reaching for his 15 min. of fame off the research of others. Forget James Randi, he's only pulled out by the media to debunk. Nobody knows James Randi and he's not a household name and he is a useless measurement of anything. James Randi is about as useless as Philip Klass was to the UFO topic.
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posted on Jul, 15 2018 @ 09:34 PM
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I see there is allot of attention drawn to this area now a days. History of this land goes back to the natives, hence the label skinwalker. Reminds me of the Bermuda Triangle hype back in the 70’s and 80’s. With that said at my age I have figured out there are places on this little blue planet where weird things happen more or only in these latitudes. I also am beginning to believe less in aliens and more into trans dimensional sentient objects or lights or just stuff we are not meant to see or sense with our senses etc. I am not saying alien life is not out there but I doubt in my opinion it’s Star Wars like or Star Trek kinda aliens etc. as we get further into the future and deeper into ai, and quantum computers we may find ourselves closer to understanding these phenomenons, perhaps even in our lifetime. Yet as delicate as our system or way of life is anything that can or will compromise that is dangerous to our evolution so it may not.

In any case I will be checking out that movie in the next few years I am sure. If you ask me the Mojave is pretty creepy at night also..
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posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 12:06 AM
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a reply to: Kurokage

No don't wait, if you can afford the buy price on iTunes by all means buy it. That will help keep programming like this coming.


Jeremy makes his payback off iTunes, and considering he makes these films out of his own pocket I think that's fair. Heck, I had to pay my own way out to the ranch (as did all of us who were involved)
These films don't get a budget, they are funded and made by those of us who believe the stories should be told.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 12:09 AM
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a reply to: thepixelpusher

That won't be happening for years, if it ever does...



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 02:31 AM
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a reply to: Springer

I buy all my movies off iTunes and am looking forward to contributing to the sales there. I know it's a movie I'll want to keep and rewatch many times.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 02:32 AM
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a reply to: Springer

Yeah, not holding my breath on that.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 05:40 AM
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a reply to: Jay-morris

a reply to: Jay-morris



Ok, thank you for clarifying that you do not have a clue why this channel is in the hoax bin, and cannot come up with a single piece of evidence that he hoaxes videos.




I posted you the link in my reply as to why that Youtube channel is placed in the hoax bin here on ATS. Did you not understand any of that?

It contains a further link explaining a number of other channels who also pass on these hoaxes.

ufotheater.com...





Time and time again we hear about people bring ridiculed, even hounded out of their jobs for holding alternative views.


Of all the scientists in the world who hold alternative views, which ones have been ridiculed and hounded out of their jobs? I'm sure you can find a list as long as your arm with the names of these scientists? You can, can't you?

Yet Hal Puthoff seems to have done alright for himself whilst holding some very weird views. He's a former $cientologist who actually managed to walk away from the organisation with no problems at all. That should raise questions.

He has spent long periods studying the paranormal with huge grants from the US government. He even made the ground breaking discovery that chicken eggs do not have feelings..

This guy is now a contractor for To the Stars Academy. So despite not delivering anything but paperwork since the 1970s his crackpot views do not seem to have hounded him out of his work. In fact he's done rather well from it wouldn't you say? His pal Eric Davis holds some mighty strange beliefs too and he seems to be making a nice living working for EarthTech too.




....Quantum Physics can open doors to many different theories, stranger than the one before, and that is a good thing. But these subjects, example Skywalker range are just ridiculed.


Skywalker Range? Isn't that where George Lucas lives? Now that's Skywalker Ranch. Where is Skywalker Range? Who ridiculed?




James Randi awarded Bigelow a Pigasus Award for funding purchase of the property for what he termed a "useless study" of "a 'haunted ranch' in Utah". People like James Randy is like a cult/god like figure to these armchair debunkers.


That award by James Randi was useless in my opinion. I applaud Mr. Bigelow for funding his own studies. But at the end of the day what exactly did all these studies prove? There are plenty of documents here. But what do we have beyond anecdotal evidence? Not a lot.




... Words like "critical thinking" it is just another belief system getting in the way of proper, real investigations into these phenomenas.


So forget critical thinking then, if you don't believe in it. Even though it's pretty much what all of our science has been based upon.

How would you define what a 'real' investigation would be of these phenomenas (sic)?


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posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 07:22 AM
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Yet Hal Puthoff seems to have done alright for himself whilst holding some very weird views. He's a former $cientologist who actually managed to walk away from the organisation with no problems at all. That should raise questions.


I teeter back and forth on good ole Hal.

Puthoff, Price, Swann, & Taarg all seem to have gotten a 'pass' when it came to Hubbard's official bylaws strictly forbidding any member of that org that shall not be named from being employed by US intel agencies.

That is the implication of course, or could it be that some or all of them were double agents working on behalf of Uncle Sam? It could explain why some of them were able to walk away without being labeled a suppressive person.

One thing is for sure, something about Puthoff doesn't add up.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 07:59 AM
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a reply to: ColdWisdom

I got to agree with you there. The fact that Hal was able to walkaway from Scientology does raise some serious questions, even only a small knowledge of Scientology, people know that you just dont do that. For someone to walk away with no come back at all, is very very odd and not common place at all. There are a few members on ATS who have climbed the ranks of Scientology and have documented their lives after leaving; not pleasant at all!

Good Ol' Hal reached one of the highest levels too, which makes it even more interesting and well.. worrying.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 08:25 AM
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a reply to: pigsy2400

Yes he's now on the board of "To the Stars Academy".



It does make at least some people wonder.
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posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 09:13 AM
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Nobody knows James Randi and he's not a household name and he is a useless measurement of anything.


and using this logic so is Skinwalker ranch, its a useless measurement of anything paranormal as its not a household name either.

Not defending anyone just pointing out the faulty logic in how you expressed that post.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 10:24 AM
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a reply to: InhaleExhale

Skeptics like James Randi and Phillip Klass do not bring scientific testing to the debate. They are only there for the media to debunk things. It's a horrible approach to scientific research. In case you are not aware Bob Bigelow actually assembled a team of scientist to evaluate the Skinwalker ranch. I'm sure this will be detailed in the Skinwalker documentary. Forget james randi, he's an armchair scientist that doesn't do any research...just bashing those who do. He's barely useful in any debate.
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posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 10:32 AM
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Forget james randi, he's an armchair scientist that doesn't do any research...just bashing those who do. He's barely useful in any debate.



I never had him in mind to forget him.


as stated I wasn't defending him just pointing out your way of attempted discredit was faulty.




In case you are not aware Bob Bigelow actually assembled a team of scientist to evaluate the Skinwalker ranch. I'm sure this will be detailed in the Skinwalker documentary.


Of coarse it will.

Its the whole purpose of spending the money is to make the money.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 02:12 PM
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a reply to: Springer

Absolutely... Don't know what I have to do in order to have a genuine experience.

Hell. Drag me along. I seem to simply exude weird. All I have to do is just... sit there, and weird **** will crank up. No mumbo jumbo, no nothing. I just have to be present.
Not responsible for heart attacks, wet pants, or any other panic related problems that may crop up. I will have no control over what pops in, so it'll be whatever happens by and thinks I'm entertaining or whatever it is I am or do.



posted on Jul, 16 2018 @ 03:24 PM
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a reply to: InhaleExhale

I understand your skepticism, but these shills like Rhandi and Klass are making money off no research and being paid to take the opposing opinion.

Maybe if you're patient and not so dismissive, you can watch Jeremy's documentary and see for yourself what was found out instead of waving it off before the information is shared.

It isn't just scientists risking reputations. Jeremy is putting his reputation on the line pursuing these edge of reality projects. The entertainment industry can be just as judgemental. You can see Jeremy works to weave in all the facts to bring the evidence and some credibility to what was researched. Though he lets the viewer decide on the final verdict, he is not pushing a viewpoint...how refreshing!
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