posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 08:40 PM
I'm a bit surprised that her on ATS, people seem to be taking a video at face value.
That said, I find it hard to believe, and you can blame it on me not being in tune with my internal energy or whatever. I base this on what we see in
the second video from the OP.
To make this video, the filmmaker must've known it would be branded a Fraud. Most experiences like this are, unless backed up with qualified proof.
But he makes no allowance for some of the "tricks"
What am I talking about?
the LED trick.
Could you hold it in a more obscure way? Why dont you show us your whole hand? Reaks of "Pay no attention to what the man behind the curtain is
The Superman "Stop a bullet" trick.
Again same things. Don't hide the hand when performing tricks like this. It makes your audience nervous. He could have had the bullet in his hand the
whole time. If you want to appear to tell the truth, show us everything. Its natures way of saying "I have nothing to hide."
The Chopstick through the table trick
This trick, from a guy who got mad when he was filmed the last time? Doesn't sit right. Also, I , as an audience member , didn't understand why it
was so difficult for him to go through the formica first, he was able to go through it second? Why not explain that? Gosd knows if its on my mind, its
on someone elses. Also, With it starting from a point where we cant see it, its once gain, parlor tricks. GOOD parlor tricks, but thats it.
Aside from that, I feel that the introduction of "officials" as it were, was a poor attempt to guide the audience ito thinking that theyre being
watched out for, like its being supervised. Its not hard to think that they were in on it from the get go.
If the filmmaker wanted to do this right, he would have accounted for these things, offered reasons, or offered another display for us to see. Maybe
just a bad fillmaker, but thats all I have to judge on.
It s a HOAX.