Skinwalker Ranch and Other Anomalies
George Knapp said that he has never seen any extraordinary things, but related reports of beings crawling out of tunnels of light, a bulletproof proof wolf, and unknown people wearing trench coats who had the head of a dog.
Travis Taylor, Jay Stratton, Navajo ranger John Dover and others poke about their experience – in Stratton’s case, going back to when Bigelow owned the property when he saw or orbs and craft he could not identify.
Dover reported that craft were seeing flying into rock mesas. When objects were shot at, they heard pings of bullets hitting metal. Above all, there was the presence of Skinwalkers, dark magicians associated with evil.
Travis Taylor encountered phenomena that he could not explain as a scientist, including high levels of radiation. The panel all asserted that the experiences at the ranch were real and went beyond what they had been prepared to find. Travis stated that no one was saying that there were actually half-dog beings at the ranch, but there was something about the area that people experienced. I believe that the panel was truthfully relating their stories about the ranch. They did not have a uniform story line — their experiences around the ranch differed. Some of the stories would not have been the type of thing to make up. It was also evident that the Navajo Ranger who had been … Continue reading
After the event, the Daily Grail posted an article by Paul Devereux about radiation levels at ancient sacred sites. The Dragon Project (DPT) has been trying to investigate how radiation anomalies at sites might be identified. They did not have regular access to the kind of sophisticated equipment used at Skinwalker Ranch, but have taken Geiger counter readings to compare whether certain areas have a usually high or low radiation count.
The DPT’s Gaia Programme took a number of readings in 1988 to investigate whether any correlation could be discovered. The Programme did not find a consistent pattern but there was a general difference between stone circle readings and those taken at randomly selected control locations in the open landscape.
As Devereux previously reported (Megalithic Portal) in areas with “heightened natural background radiation . . . people would get very vivid waking dreams – if I can put it that way. Transient hallucinations that could either blot out what they were actually looking at, or would add some element to the scene they were looking at.”
“We definitely got an ultrasound reading coming out of the middle metre-deep band, if you can think of that, around the stone in all directions. And it lasted just over an hour and then it just went and we never picked it up again.” – Paul Devereux
While Devereux believed that talk about energies at sites “is just…crap, quite honestly. It’s just belief systems that is regenerated by people who don’t actually do research.” But there are possible specific energy effects that could have played a role in ancient rituals.
In one area, the DPT found radiation two or three times the normal levels. Numerous incidents have occurred there, including an auto that appeared to disappear and a sighting of a dog-like creature. Slightly raised radiation background levels thus appear to be related to “altered altered mind-states (or are they time-slips, or dimensional portals?).” (See Devereaux, The Powers of Ancient and Sacred Places, Daily Grail Publishing, 2022.)
There are places, such as desert areas in the Southwest, that are particularly related to certain experiences. George Van Tassel believed he met aliens at Giant Rock. UFOs were seeing there and even Añjali claims experiences that no one who was with her could see, in a tunnel that does not exist. Could there be heightened radiation in the area?
In light of this, is Skinwalker Ranch affected by the radiation that has been monitored there? Devereux cited studies that showed that even worms are subject to background radiation. Perhaps the supernatural is much more natural.
|⇧1||I believe that the panel was truthfully relating their stories about the ranch. They did not have a uniform story line — their experiences around the ranch differed. Some of the stories would not have been the type of thing to make up. It was also evident that the Navajo Ranger who had been assigned to investigate high strangeness (my words, not his) on Native land had a unique experience, including doing personal ceremonies after he spoke to protect himself. However it’s not my job to confirm or deny what they stated.|