Difference between Research years ago and Research now.

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Re: Difference between Research years ago and Research now.

Unread post by Yowie bait » Tue Oct 30, 2018 11:04 am

Black wrote:
Mon Oct 29, 2018 3:00 pm
Researchers, when meeting a witness for the first time, could ask them to complete two questionnaires.

The first one on the encounter with view to being made public, and option to use real name or remain anonymous.

The second one (optional) about the witness, no name to be attached, not for the public, for research purposes only, anonymous, and finding out a lot more about the Witness and the encounter they wouldn't share publicly.

I don't believe it's a mere coincidence, many witnesses just happen to be in a state of guilt, or shock, or trauma, or hypervigilence, or grief, or uncertainty, or sexual arousal, or have a history of strange experiences or experimentations with esp, on certain medications or drugs or alcohol, or energy healing, or the paranormal, or meditation, etc. All these factors could potentially indicate the ripping of a veil aside, or activation of the third eye and clairaudience, allowing the viewer to see normally unseen entities.

As for the environment, every researcher should have a basic understanding of the flora and fauna. The Bush area may have an influx of noxious weed which is killing it, chemicals may be getting dumped, waterways may have chemicals in them or changed in course. A Bush spirit attracted to something sick or wrong in that part of the Bush?

Every researcher should also be aware the witness will likely describe the encounter as an encounter with a flesh and blood being, as real as you or I. The researcher while being supportive should be aware this is part of the experience and not to fall into the trap of concentrating all efforts in search of a flesh and blood being.

Just my two cents....
Thats very interesting Black. I came up with a very similar (3rd eye/pineal gland unwittingly being activated )theory to explain away some experiences ive had and heard from others. Ive since read a bit about it and it actually makes a lot of sense but really i dont know for sure if the third eye is even a fact.

Also im sure they were flesh and blood creatures my mate and i encountered. How could two brainless teenagers have their 3rd eye opened both at the same time without any use of drugs or meditation or whatever and see exactly the same thing?? The only thing on your list i could find was id been taken to " power energy" healers quite a bit in my younger days?

If you started collecting those questionarres from each witness you interviewed im sure the similarities would start to mount up. By the sounds of it your already doing that?

Would you say its important to find out if the research or sighting area was of any place of significance like a burial ground or sacred place?

Sorry for going off topic...
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Re: Difference between Research years ago and Research now.

Unread post by Black » Thu Nov 22, 2018 5:34 pm

In light of recent presentations and new evidence, perhaps this thread needs a little re-invigoration.

As the thread title asks, "What's the difference between research years ago and research today?"

Can anybody pick any differences?

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Re: Difference between Research years ago and Research now.

Unread post by rowbe » Fri Nov 23, 2018 8:13 am

Just my few cents worth:

The internet and smart phone implementation plus better technology..
Researchers are more informed.
There are more researchers out there? Some are more open to alternative thinking. Some!

Research is going down the science area - not simply getting that elusive photo.

Unfortunately, the added technology also makes it easier for hoaxers.

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