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Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

Unread post by TheBlackStump » Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:35 am

Interesting info re use of original night vision goggles used in Vietnam War.
Report of original red light photon transmission goggles allowing military personel viewing into another dimension to see demons , monsters .....
Talk of this starts at 46 min 30 sec into video below and goes for about 10 minutes...
Just a thought ....If Yowies , bigfoot , sasquatch (taz) can exist in different dimensions as some suggest then if you could get your hands on these red light night vision goggles ...... supposedlt the goggles are no long produced in red spectrum.....


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Unread post by Searcher » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:33 pm

That's one hell of a weird story, BlackStump! Wonder if there's any other evidence around to support it?

One would have assumed those red goggles would have been thoroughly tested before being put into military service. Obviously not.(eek)

I've often thought there may be invisible worlds existing in other dimensions all around us. One dimension is where ghosts appear and disappear from.

Scary stuff!

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Unread post by TheBlackStump » Sat Aug 11, 2018 3:29 am

Hi Searcher

Yes the story sounds spooky..... my understanding of Cliff High story is that the night vision they were the using were original prototypes and they were in initial test mode.

Do not know if there are other stories , maybe if one searched hard enough. I do not have much time to look atm but found PDF doc about goggles.

http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/377920.pdf

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Unread post by Searcher » Sat Aug 11, 2018 9:52 am

Thanks TheBlackStump. A lot of info in that file!

On reflection, what didn't make sense to me in that story is that those supposed 'flying demons' could see the helicopter gunners without any goggles yet the gunners needed the red night vision aids to see them! Perhaps that's just the way it is. All food for thought... and our imagination. :)

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Unread post by TheBlackStump » Sat Aug 11, 2018 4:11 pm

Maybe some animals/creatures have a next level of physics to their eyesight that we do not understand or are not aware of .

Yowies are reported by some to have red eyes . Other animals we know such as kangaroos give of a pink eye shine at night. I wonder if some animals may have the ability to physically see more dimensions than humans because of the makeup of the animal/creatures eyes... just a thought.

From what I can work out they were called Star Light Scopes . Early 1960s history of Star Light Scopes NVG GEN 1 copy/pasted below from a pdf.

7.1.3 History of NVG in Aviation
7.1.3.1 1950s
In the 1950s there was considerable and diverse research on night image intensification as reported at
the Image Intensifier Symposium.4
The applications included devices for military sensing and for astronomy
and scientific research, but were not directed specifically to head-mounted pilotage devices. The
U.S. Army first experimented with T-6A infrared driving binocular in helicopters in the late 1950s,
according to Jenkins and Efkeman.2
The binocular device was a near infrared (IR) converter which
required an IR filtered landing light for the radiant energy, and was not satisfactory for aviation. In the
late 1950s, the first continuous-channel electron multiplier research was being conducted at the Bendix
Research Laboratories by George Goodrich, James Ignatowski, and William Wiley. The invention of the
continuous-channel multiplier was the key step in the development of the microchannel plate (Lampton1
).
7.1.3.2 1960s
In the early 1960s first-generation tubes were developed. The tubes allowed operation as a passive system,
but the size of the three-stage tubes was too large for head-mounted applications. Passive refers to needing
no active projected illumination; the system can operate using the ambient starlight illumination, thus the
name “starlight scope” from the Vietnam era foot soldier’s sniper scope. In the late 1960s, the production of
the microchannel plates, used in the second-generation wafer technology tubes, allowed night vision devices
to be packaged small enough and light enough for head-mounted applications. Thus, in the late 1960s and
early 1970s the U.S. Army Night Vision and Electro-Optics Laboratory (NV&EOL) used Gen II tubes to
develop NVGs for foot soldiers, and some of these NVGs were tried by aviators for night flight operations.

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Unread post by Black » Sat Sep 29, 2018 9:22 pm

There have been other stories over the years of people inventing and using goggles of varying descriptions, to look into other dimensions. Infra red and at the other end, ultra-violet.

I've never ever heard of this story of night vision binoculars, used in the Vietnam war, in the red light end of the spectrum. Infra red and red filters have often reputed to have similar effects.

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Unread post by Rusty2 » Sun Sep 30, 2018 10:36 am

A similar story .

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This old pic may relate to this thread


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Unread post by Black » Tue Oct 02, 2018 4:08 am

Without watching the video, how does this photo relate, Black Stump?

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Unread post by TheBlackStump » Tue Oct 02, 2018 4:06 pm

Hi Black

My way of looking at the old yowie pic is that possibly in some way the mechanics of the old box brownie camera and/or its lens may see/record images that our eyes can not pick up similar to how the red lens may see into other dimensions. Assuming the old yowie pic has no other technical reason for the image....

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Unread post by M-glass » Mon Jul 29, 2019 3:47 pm

OP's original post/content could/should have a profound affect on the content of this forum and of all forums/books/videos/discussions relating to the paranormal, imo. It's certainly effected and disturbed me

A Reddit thread linked me to here:

Ghosts, all paranormal activity, 'space aliens', UFOs, Bigfoot, Yowie, incubus/succubus, etc. How many million humans going back countless centuries have attempted to find an explanation for all these and more, not to mention religions, philosophers, historians, etc. who've grappled with these subjects? And the explanation could be right under our noses, unseen

It's said humans can see and hear less than one percent of all that exists around us. Were we designed that way for our own protection? Or were we rendered that way by the very entities thus able to exploit our blindness/vulnerability?

John Keel claimed that research has shown that roughly one third of humans experience the paranormal. Two thirds don't. It's a topic which floats around online with many believing the one third who do have these experiences due to inheritance or they've retained abilities common in ancient man. Others attribute ability to perceive the paranormal to configurations of the brain, or trauma. Still others suspect ability to perceive the paranormal is a developing ability which will eventually be common to all

Jacques Vallee seems to be saying that all paranormal manifestations are the work of tricksters who've been around since the dawn of mankind and he seems to believe these same tricksters can manifest physically and produce nuts and bolts evidence simultaneous with interdimensionality. I'm not sure what he believes, to be honest, because a reading of his work past and present often seems contradictory. But quantum physics is producing some astounding evidence, so perhaps Vallee and ilk will eventually explain things we can comprehend

But back to the one third of humans who are able to perceive a raft of paranormal phenomena. Are they able to do so due to unusual wrinkles in the brain, trauma, inheritance, etc. Or are they chosen by the Red Goggles entities for reasons currently unknown? And if that's the case, would you prefer to belong to the one-third paranormal percipients -- or be a member of the oblivious and often sceptical two-thirds? Right now, I think I'd prefer to be a member of the latter

After watching the video linked by the OP (the section nominated by him regarding the Red Goggles Entities) I did a bit of a search for the identity of the individual making the claims. If I hit the right note, he's Cliff High, about whom I know nothing at the moment, although some appear to consider him a charlatan

The Reddit post linked above didn't appear to be able to find much if any information relating to the night-vision red-goggles spoken about by Cliff High as used briefly in Vietnam. Were they relegated to top-secret files? Has anyone here heard anything about them in Vietnam forums or similar?

People like Keel and Vallee have stated their belief that all paranormal phenomena (which would include Yowies/Bigfoot, UFOs, extraterrestrial aliens, etc.) are the work of interdimensional 'tricksters'. Now Cliff High claims those same tricksters/enteties were rendered terrifyingly visible via the military-issued red-goggles. The Tibetan Book of the Dead warns that during the passage from physical death to the after-life, equally terrifying entities will be seen and should be ignored. Similar warnings are issued to those considering yoga and meditation

It would seem that thousands of years on the part of mankind to understand and explain paranormal phenomena could be encapsulated instead within the term, 'interdimensional demons/tricksters', rather than believing and hoping (as many do) that ghosts are the manifestations of our deceased ancestors or the sad shades of murder victims and suicides

It's said that the interdimensional demons/tricksters have easy access to our deepest secrets, thoughts, fears, etc. And that they're able to tailor paranormal phenomena to best exploit our vulnerabilities and personality or simply intrigue or terrify. And we, with our extremely limited perception of all that exists around us, are easily fooled into believing in ghosts, UFOs and other manifestations

the question is, why would these demons and tricksters set out to fool us via paranormal experiences while we're alive? What's their motivation? Is it to persuade us, for example, that in time we too will become ghosts able to perhaps assist or guide the living? Is it to convince us of the existence a safe and pleasant after-life to which almost all of us will eventually be consigned? Is it to persuade us to go with those glowing friends and family awaiting us at the end of the 'tunnel' after we die? Instead of seeing demon tricksters when we die, will we instead see only their comforting, 'heavenly' masks or a Jetson/Star Wars world/futuristic type heaven?

Is the only road to safety actually that narrow path described by religions?

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Re: Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

Unread post by M-glass » Mon Jul 29, 2019 3:55 pm

I intended to post only the url for the Reddit thread, but for some reason it turned out as it did in my above post

This forum and this thread was linked in the Reddit thread by the way. And the link to here contained a link to the video posted by the OP

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Could the ability of the Brownie to see beyond what the naked human eye can be due to this little lens ?
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Unread post by Dion » Tue Jul 30, 2019 2:25 pm

M-glass wrote:
Mon Jul 29, 2019 3:47 pm
OP's original post/content could/should have a profound affect on the content of this forum and of all forums/books/videos/discussions relating to the paranormal, imo. It's certainly effected and disturbed me

A Reddit thread linked me to here:

Ghosts, all paranormal activity, 'space aliens', UFOs, Bigfoot, Yowie, incubus/succubus, etc. How many million humans going back countless centuries have attempted to find an explanation for all these and more, not to mention religions, philosophers, historians, etc. who've grappled with these subjects? And the explanation could be right under our noses, unseen

It's said humans can see and hear less than one percent of all that exists around us. Were we designed that way for our own protection? Or were we rendered that way by the very entities thus able to exploit our blindness/vulnerability?

John Keel claimed that research has shown that roughly one third of humans experience the paranormal. Two thirds don't. It's a topic which floats around online with many believing the one third who do have these experiences due to inheritance or they've retained abilities common in ancient man. Others attribute ability to perceive the paranormal to configurations of the brain, or trauma. Still others suspect ability to perceive the paranormal is a developing ability which will eventually be common to all

Jacques Vallee seems to be saying that all paranormal manifestations are the work of tricksters who've been around since the dawn of mankind and he seems to believe these same tricksters can manifest physically and produce nuts and bolts evidence simultaneous with interdimensionality. I'm not sure what he believes, to be honest, because a reading of his work past and present often seems contradictory. But quantum physics is producing some astounding evidence, so perhaps Vallee and ilk will eventually explain things we can comprehend

But back to the one third of humans who are able to perceive a raft of paranormal phenomena. Are they able to do so due to unusual wrinkles in the brain, trauma, inheritance, etc. Or are they chosen by the Red Goggles entities for reasons currently unknown? And if that's the case, would you prefer to belong to the one-third paranormal percipients -- or be a member of the oblivious and often sceptical two-thirds? Right now, I think I'd prefer to be a member of the latter

After watching the video linked by the OP (the section nominated by him regarding the Red Goggles Entities) I did a bit of a search for the identity of the individual making the claims. If I hit the right note, he's Cliff High, about whom I know nothing at the moment, although some appear to consider him a charlatan

The Reddit post linked above didn't appear to be able to find much if any information relating to the night-vision red-goggles spoken about by Cliff High as used briefly in Vietnam. Were they relegated to top-secret files? Has anyone here heard anything about them in Vietnam forums or similar?

People like Keel and Vallee have stated their belief that all paranormal phenomena (which would include Yowies/Bigfoot, UFOs, extraterrestrial aliens, etc.) are the work of interdimensional 'tricksters'. Now Cliff High claims those same tricksters/enteties were rendered terrifyingly visible via the military-issued red-goggles. The Tibetan Book of the Dead warns that during the passage from physical death to the after-life, equally terrifying entities will be seen and should be ignored. Similar warnings are issued to those considering yoga and meditation

It would seem that thousands of years on the part of mankind to understand and explain paranormal phenomena could be encapsulated instead within the term, 'interdimensional demons/tricksters', rather than believing and hoping (as many do) that ghosts are the manifestations of our deceased ancestors or the sad shades of murder victims and suicides

It's said that the interdimensional demons/tricksters have easy access to our deepest secrets, thoughts, fears, etc. And that they're able to tailor paranormal phenomena to best exploit our vulnerabilities and personality or simply intrigue or terrify. And we, with our extremely limited perception of all that exists around us, are easily fooled into believing in ghosts, UFOs and other manifestations

the question is, why would these demons and tricksters set out to fool us via paranormal experiences while we're alive? What's their motivation? Is it to persuade us, for example, that in time we too will become ghosts able to perhaps assist or guide the living? Is it to convince us of the existence a safe and pleasant after-life to which almost all of us will eventually be consigned? Is it to persuade us to go with those glowing friends and family awaiting us at the end of the 'tunnel' after we die? Instead of seeing demon tricksters when we die, will we instead see only their comforting, 'heavenly' masks or a Jetson/Star Wars world/futuristic type heaven?

Is the only road to safety actually that narrow path described by religions?
Thanks M-Glass

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Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:09 pm
Could the ability of the Brownie to see beyond what the naked human eye can be due to this little lens ?
Hey Al

You could be onto something there.

The history of the old Box Browies to be able to pick up on ghostly images behind a person in a photograph says something.

Interesting and great thread. (thumb up)
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Re: Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

Unread post by Black » Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:02 am

I made a pair of dicyanim spectacles years ago. I experimented with the strength of the dye used, and the places I used them, and I never saw anything unusual.

I find it interesting in that article, that the author says dicyanim was defined as a chemical which when used, makes magnetic fields visible.

Does anybody else know of any experiments in this field?

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Unread post by Dion » Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:52 am

Black wrote:
Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:02 am
I made a pair of dicyanim spectacles years ago. I experimented with the strength of the dye used, and the places I used them, and I never saw anything unusual.

I find it interesting in that article, that the author says dicyanim was defined as a chemical which when used, makes magnetic fields visible.

Does anybody else know of any experiments in this field?


Along the same lines as Black.

I'm interested in anyone who has used the Full Spectrum Cameras, those that are used in Ghost Hunting and or Paranormal teams, Do they really work at picking up anomalies, apparitions and the like?

Below quote taken from a Ghost hunting website.
Proven to be the most effective for Ghost Hunting, this type of conversion is usually the first choice for the amateur ghost hunter or professional paranormal investigation team. The conversion process requires an internal filter to be removed which allows the device to continue to capture visible light with the added advantage of being sensitive to near Ultraviolet and Infrared wavelengths extending the opportunity of capturing anomalies/activity. Once modified the device allows the user to view this mix of visible and normally invisible light in real time whilst recording.

You will see that some of our Full Spectrum Conversions allow external filters to be fitted that will allow the cameras colours to be corrected for everyday use, or to allow UV or IR only to pass. Basically you can have just the one device to cover all situations rather than 3 or 4!


I have been looking at Full Spectrum Cameras the last couple of days trying to find any decent photos used by these cameras that have ghosts in them and are struggling to find any hard evidence that these cameras actually work without finding fake images? am I missing something?
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