Thanks guys. Great work! Kind of adventure many would pay for!
Johnny, you did a great job. Tools help, but many have tools and can't pull it off like you did. Same for the crew, Springer, Crakeur and all the
nameless Sherpa’s who likely grunted beside you.
This is a bigger job than most know. You guys touched on many things we are only beginning to see in such investigations. It is inevitable that the
closer you look, the more diversity you will see, and yes, the fact that the paranormal crew was on the ranch could effect what was happening in my
opinion. Good thought and gut feelings Johnny.
The younger more energetic investigator crew of that group attract activity and drag it along with them I believe. There is no way to filter that…
Yet. I’m always concerned for investigators who are talented or otherwise predisposed with sensitivity to paranormal energies can sometimes have
problems in managing the energies they attract to them. Wisdom, talent, enthusiasm and experience help, but can make little difference sometimes.
If, like we suspect that other life-consciousness forms from outside are looking for an in to this world for any number of reasons, some not to our
liking BTW, then we are playing with fire when we go into certain areas of investigation without some good amount of understanding, and playing with
fire, as it were.
I, as others think we are at a fulcrum of a particular strata of reality that is losing its cohesiveness and boundaries. Holes are appearing, worn
areas, weak fabric between worlds are dissolving, and this is accelerating. This, not only from changes in our world at large (our collective
agreement) but also in our own personal evolutions, whether scientific, spiritual or otherwise. UFOs are just the tip of an infinite iceberg.
I'm involved in UFO investigations to follow the crumbs to details of that knowledge to the borderlands and beyond. I know there is a fuzzy line
between everything, and I actually don't think we have seen anything yet. Skinwalker Ranch
is an example of the strangeness we are observing in many places. Events and efforts like this can only help. Thanks guys. Don’t stop!
One of the great inexpensive tools I use when sky observing is common software. A laptop with Starry
, and satellite data sets that include military and usually unlisted satellites (there are hundreds if you can find them), can be of
great help and fun also. I've been using the application for over 10 years and have been able to identify UFOs in investigations. Yet, many are
unlisted military and MN Corp satellites. I have found several data sets for the unlisted research and military sats, but know they are not
I have a friend’s old business plan for an astronomy tour business. There are some out there now, but few. Such a tour for UFO’s outfitted
(telescopes, various high-tech optics, CCD, infrared and multi-frequency kits for video, photographic etc.) might be worth the investment for an
entrepreneur. ATS Tours inc.!? James G. has done this with location. BYOO (bring your own optics) however.
Thanks again guys and looking forward to those 70 hours broken down. Johnny, you’re a machine! (Don’t forget to lubricate the gears!)