posted on May, 31 2013 @ 03:53 PM
Originally posted by TheBlackHat
Levitation has always fascinated me, and Im well aware of some of the tricks that magicians use..
At first look I suspected both these clips were tricks, However I noticed a striking similarity in these two YouTube videos, that allegedly show real
human levitation. Leaving me to consider that there may well be a way to actually levitate. What are the chances that an African shaman and a Tibetan
Buddhist monk would both have the same ritual in order to levitate. I highly doubt either one of them had internet access, and regardless Ive not seen
anyone else on the internet perform this levitation... So if this is a "trick" I find it highly improbably that the same "illusion" would pass
between two remote parts of the world and bypass everyone in between. I think this one needs real study.
Of course the Tibetan monk could be an actor etc...what do you think...They both walk around in a circle before they levitate and they both have a
ring or partial ring of fire around them...coincidence????
There are still questions about real levitation, but these video are not questionable. They're
Clearly fake, as you can see a hard point that can be seen underneath the "shaman"
This doesn't look fake, but this was from a Discovery channel special, and yes it
looks very fake when seen in it's entirety. There was a clip where you could see the curtain behind the "monk" move, and another clip where you can
see the board the "monk" was sitting on lift up.
If these guys filming these so-called levitations wanted to show proof, then all they would need to do is:
* Have the Levitators enter into a sealed room that has been examined by multiple people
* Make the Levitator wear only a small bathing suit
* Film the event in a well lighted place from multiple angles
* Allow the public to view these unedited videos
Then maybe I'll believe that a real levitation has taken place.