posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 11:39 AM
Originally posted by AthlonSavage
reply to post by Harte
Would you agree that merely typing words on a forum doesn't make them true?
I explained in my OP where the source of the story comes from In search off. In that espisode they talk (and yes you can see them interview people
descendants of the tribe) with the modern descendants of the Indian tribe with the legends. The legend explains two objects colliding over death
valley, and the rock carvings a recording off that event.
The interpretation of the symbols as being akin to modern day electronic oscillscopes signals was presented in the in search of program. All i am
doing is presenting this information to peope on Ats because its interesting. At the end of the day believe what you want i dont care.
So you can jump off your high horse because im not sitting on mine.
I saw the program when it originally aired. I'm aware of the claims.
What I'm unaware of is any evidence that the claim of the story existing in their folklore is true.
I linked to a pretty good Native American folklore website. I'm not willing to spend more time on this. Are you? After all, it wasn't my
IMO, it's a bogus story. You are welcome to try and change my opinion. You should note that evidence of a story similar to the claim existing in
Shoshone folklore would be the requirement.
I find it a little too convenient that
a) the people interviewed on the program supposedly had a story in their folklore about UFOs colliding, but it took a fringe TV entertainment program
to ferret this info out, and
b) The story is nowhere to be found in any Native folklore listed online.
If the story is "Top Secret," that could explain its absence in folklore listings available to the public. But, if that is the case, how is it that
"TPTB" allowed it to air over and over in reruns for literally years and even to this day on youtube?
Sorry. It's simply not true at all.