Friday, 5 February 2010

I Ask You...?

Can something be proven until there is agreement that it is real or does proof create the agreement that something exists?

The normal viewpoint from the material perspective is that until we have the physical, reproducible product it is not proven and in many cases the assumption is that if it has not been proven it obviously does not exist.

My perspective is that consciousness is the determiner, Big Foot exists but it is out of the frequency of consensual agreement.

The agreement is shaped by conspiracies to a certain extent, by authorities who either want power or believe that it is not in the interests of human society to be given the shocking news.

However what is more powerful than conspiracy or paternal protection is the perception filter, the Enchantment factor.

It Can Not Be, So It Isn’t

Michael Cremo who spent eight years examining the archeological field looking at the artifacts of human remains, concludes that there is a process of knowledge filtration in operation, where evidence that does fit the standard story is hidden or its age is readjusted.

So are there no bodies? I would not be that surprised if the Smithsonian has got at least half a dozen in the freezer, and maybe the Vatican has one or two.
You could be the Pope and not know it, you can be the spokesperson for the Smithsonian and not know it, and if there is a conspiracy the best spokesperson would no nothing of course.

I leave with you this until tomorrow….

"I think Bigfoot is blurry, that's the problem. It's not the photographer's fault. Bigfoot is blurry. And that's extra scary to me, because there's a large, out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside. Run. He's fuzzy. Get outta here!" Mitch Hedberg

Is Big Foot a psychoid, an ultra-terrrestrial, a virtual being....hmmmmm?

What does a forensic expert say in the National Geographic?

Oh yes and here is short flash presentation by Lloyd Pye...its very good!

More tomorrow....

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