im sorry if its posted before,i havent seen it,but this is well..interesting
i dont see if there are wires,but it would have helped if the camera men puted the camera up to see its just a sky and no wires
levitation among other powers is possible allright, it may be simple form of mutation in genes,or a controled one in some creepy government lab.
or maybe people can develop theyr brains to unlock "hidden powers"
there are a lot of people that can heal with theyr hands.
there was one russian girl with xray visions or something.
i for once can cure little backpains and light pains but pretty much only that.
so its only natural for more powerfull people to exist.
but well i guess this video seems like a hoax,i mean..at night..i didnt seen any wire..but i start to think it really is fake
you can see a reflection of something that might be supporting him behind his left shoulder at around 40 seconds. perhaps a cable connected to an
apparatus. the east indian levitations are hoaxes. this is too. the german film crew in obviously in on the HOAX.
The ability to move 150 lbs of mass like this for an extended period would be a major scientific breakthrough and make this shaman the most valued
person in the modern world. He could feed his entire country with royalty revenues alone.
So why didn't this commercial camera crew immediateley give up their jobs and somehow find a way to exploit his singular powers.
This kind of fakery has been going on since tourists in India were shown the swami disappearing up the rope trick - also done with wires.
People are as gullible today as they were hundreds of years ago.
I would like an explanation why his clothing defied gravity by pulling in at his waist instead of hanging straight down as it should if he were really
levitating. When he falls to the earth he appears to disconnect himself from something at his waist. My opinion is he is a charlatan.
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