posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 04:32 PM
reply to post by ArcAngel
I don't feel bad because that is what i see. The crouched figure seems to lack hair, ears and clothing. This doesn't fall in line with a ghost in my
mind but instead is more akin to a demon. Pareidolia might be one answer, but it isn't always THE answer. The religious history and folklore
surrounding demons is simply too wide spread across to many cultures for everything to be chalked up to imagination. If you can agree that the theory
of multiple dimensions/realities is a possibility then it falls within the realm of possibility that ones of the dimensions would be what we call, for
lack of a better term, hell.
To paraphrase Freud, sometimes a demon is just a demon.
LOL Occam's razor is all well and good but you have to include the vast majority of people all over the world who actually believe in these things as
well. In the end which is the simplest explanation?
That billions of people believe in demons because they are real and have been referenced throughout history by every major culture, or everyone is
just playing "make believe" with their faith?
It's cool, i stand by what i said too. I think the figure is too straight when compared to the angle of the camera the other person is holding for the
image to be faked. The head should be cocked further to the side and it's not, if you flipped the image 180 degrees it would appear straight and in
line with the wall, crouching as any "humanoid" being would.
edit on 21-9-2013 by Thorneblood because: (no reason given)
on 21-9-2013 by Thorneblood because: (no reason given)