posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 07:02 AM
reply to post by McGinty
That's what I think. It would have to be something similar to '___'. I read a lot of drug stories from erowid.org, not because I'm a drug user, but
because I always seek to expand my knowledge. I could easily do drugs if I wanted. What the users report is feelings of connection to those around
them. For a soldier to even report seeing witches in the forest would require some sort of sense of belonging combined with lack of inhibition.
This would also explain why they left the guns at the camp. A visual appears and the most important thing becomes chasing it into the woods. Hence,
everybody veers away into different directions. Because they're not seeing physical objects.
For the rescue team to not even find the soldiers, somebody else would have already picked them up. Maybe a local. A local would have picked them up,
the rescue would be called off, the rescuer wouldn't be told what occured. If it were aliens, as much as I dislike talking about them, we would have
heard about it already. Somebody somewhere would be compelled to brag about being the first to see such a thing. You know how you feel good about
yourself when you hold the door for somebody else? It would be the same sense of kinship that would compel a person to reveal everything they saw
about aliens. No government on earth would be able to stop a person sharing what they saw about aliens.
Same as the sasquatch idea. That could only have been invented to prevent younger native americans from walking into the wilderness themselves. Solid
evidence of that sort of creature would result with rich people across the world hunting it. I think the last I heard of sasquatch, he was being
touted as an interdimensional being. What isnt interdimensional these days. That seems to be the go-to for everybody who wants to believe ludacris