Originally posted by TheOneEyedProphet
I dont know if they are connected, but the Skinwalker ranch has been one of my favorite topics, as I have been able to witness several "strange" phenomena in ways similar to what it is rumored to have happened there.
The real groundbreaking studies being realized , even as we speak, deal with the proven multidimensionality of existence, it seems that "reality" is but a layer of something much more vast that also more complex than what "conventional" physics led us to believe with our "limited" understanding of the phenomena at hand.
We still argue whether life in other planets exists, when this deal with life and conscience existing and "seeping" into our reality via means of some sort of membrane between "planes of existence"
What they discovered in the skinwalker proved to be linked to the "ancient mythologies" of the local native tribes, if anything was gained was that the ancients weren't so lost after all, there are places, crossroads between the worlds that occur naturally by means of electromagnetic anomalies or more amazing still, pure force of will.
Its not too hard to find info about the place, there are some really amazing accounts of ATS members that have even been on site, the search function is your friend.
Regarding your question if there is a base or if they are linked, well, some of the same "experiments" and "methodologies" have been performed looking for natural and artificial results, with varying degrees of success and failure.
Other universes exist, its proven, life and conscience is not only found in material and organic containers, there are things out there that feed on us, as we feed on other being for our sustenance.
Keep researching, eventually things become clearer!
search ATS for topis about it, you will be surprised!
From looking at aerial maps of the place, there is nothing special about it. That's what catches my attention, nothing is there, when there should be.
...George Knapp went out there and experienced nothing; his accounts are second hand. Vallee passes on some more 2nd hand accounts and can't go into details (if such exist) because he also signed Bigelow's non-disclosure agreement as a consultant to the dormant NIDS group. So we have a merry-go-round of the he said/ she said variety.
James Carrion has dropped off the radar. Before he did however he related how he'd met a relative of the previous owners of the Foster Ranch. Surprise, surprise he was at a loss to understand where all these tales had come from as absolutely nothing had happened when they owned it. Well, I suppose that's just another he said/ she said input to the story?
The thing is, one guy says nothing happened. The others say everything weird under the sun happened and they have a badly-written book to prove it.
So - is there a military or UFO base at Skinwalker? I don't believe so. I have a suspicion that Bigelow invested a lot of money to test an idea that would appeal to Vallee. The idea itself (if I'm right) originated in the '70s and allegedly Vallee tried a similar experiment, on his own terms, at a different location in 2009/10. His experiment failed and I suspect the Skinwalker experiment failed too although the continued presence of a small staff at the ranch remains interesting.