Lair of the Beasts: Monsters and Proof Comments -


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ultrazilla2000 6/4/2011 4:24:35 AM

Seriously though...I don't believe the "ethereal life form", but I do believe in the power of suggestion, and the power of people seeing what they want to believe in.  The human mind is a tricky thing.

shadowcass 6/4/2011 9:04:14 PM

Hi Nick....this is something I have been writing about for some time on my blog. That most of these creatures do NOT seem to be physical in nature. At least, not entirely so. As I wrote on my blog SCIENCE can help us to explain what is going on. Superstring Theory, for example "The mathematics used in superstring theory requires at least 10 dimensions. That is, for the equations that describe superstring theory to begin to work out—for the equations to connect general relativity to quantum mechanics, to explain the nature of particles, to unify forces, and so on—they need to make use of additional dimensions. These dimensions, string theorists believe, are wrapped up in the curled-up space first described by Kaluza and Klein in 1919."

Reality ISN'T just what we can see and touch at any given time.

You'll remember when I wrote "Because it is becoming clear (I hope) that whatever is behind the things we have classed variously as a poltergeist, Bigfoot, a talking mongoose, and a witch is the same thing taking various forms.

(Remember the Native American legends? Sasquatch can talk and has great wisdom).

And we know by experience that Bigfoot is no more physical in the ordinary sense than the Enfield Poltergeist was…or the Bell Witch was…or Gef was."

And as I pointed out on Linda Godfrey's blog over on wordpress (she was reviewing your new book about the REAL MEN IN BLACK) "All these things feed off emotions…usually fear, because it is the strongest, but adoration works as well. The beings encountered in sacred groves and elsewhere in antiquity were of the same sort. T. C. Lethbridge (GHOULS AND GHOSTS) has spoken of “zones of fear” like the one he encountered on Ladram Beach. He calls these zones “ghouls” because they generate fear in (and suck energy FROM) those who are luckless enough to encouner them. They have definite boundaries…something John Keel noticed, too when driving around WV one night during the “Mothman” case. And it was one of the things he said about “Mr Apol” that he seemed to live off the energy of the humans he encountered.
What I think is that whenever you encounter one of these “zone” you can be sure that one of these creatures is nearby and snacking off you. But whether you call them upright canines or men in black or whatever doesn’t seem to matter. I think that the reality behind ALL these things are shape-shifting entities whose TRUE nature we have yet to discover.
Though there are some who just MIGHT call them devils or demons."

Or Cormons???

InnerSanctum 6/5/2011 10:25:14 AM

 Interesting perspectives.  I tend to lean towards being a skeptic, but there is always a part of me that is fascinated by the mythology of these creatures.  Thank you for sharing your insights.  

shadowcass 6/5/2011 10:36:55 AM

You're welcome, Raymond....


monkeyfoot 6/5/2011 4:41:46 PM

I'm a strong advocate for the concept of tulpas. It does seem like a good explanation for appearances that seem to leave no evidence but someone is adamant they saw...something.

InnerSanctum 7/23/2011 6:44:00 PM

I've started to read more on the subject.  There are simply just too many cases where people have seen something to just write it off.  I'm starting to lean strongly to the concept of tulpas.  Very fascinating subject.  



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