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Originally posted by Gemwolf
Naturally when we approach the time travel theory we hit a barrage of paradoxes.
If a person stopped footage from becoming public by time travelling, then people simply won't remember the footage existing. You cannot remove something from a time-line and not remove the memory of it, right?
When i was younger i had this book...
Here is the thing, not long ago i found a copy of this book again and immediately went to purchase it until i noticed something that made me put it back. The one i had when i was younger had roughly 6-8 pictures that the authors of the book had taken while doing research in Ireland that showed real faeries. The new one didn't.
It's hard to describe them all but i know they were black and white, and were very much the kind of pictures you would take for the cover/interior of a book with so much folklore from places like Ireland and Great Britain.
I haven't seen another copy of the book and a google search didn't bring up anything useful aside from a lot of the books illustrations.
Anyone else recall this or have the pictures?edit on 11-1-2013 by Thorneblood because: (no reason given)edit on 11-1-2013 by Thorneblood because: (no reason given)
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S & F
Confabulation and False Memories
Although I have to admit. I think I saw the Lost Thunderbird one online a LOOOONG time ago back in the NETs early days.
These aint it.