By Linda S. Godfrey
From pre-Columbian legends to modern day eyewitness debts, this accomplished advisor covers the heritage, sightings and lore surrounding the main mysterious monsters in America—including Bigfoot, the Jersey satan, and more.
Bigfoot, the chupacabra, and thunderbirds aren’t simply figments of our overactive imaginations—according to hundreds of thousands of eyewitnesses, they exist, in each nook of the USA. all through America’s background, stunned onlookers have obvious unimaginable creatures of each stripe—from sea serpents to apelike beings, massive bats to monkeymen—in each region.
Author, investigator, and creature professional Linda S. Godfrey brings a similar fearless reporting she lent to Real Wolfmen to this crucial advisor, utilizing old checklist, present-day information stories, and eyewitness interviews to ascertain this hidden menagerie of America’s homegrown beasts.
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Boredom will inevitably produce a slow but sure slide backward to what might be considered a "normal" condition. That is, a condition that for a remote viewer translates to mean no psychic functioning is taking place. Since I usually do a number of targets in an experiment, we tried something new to reduce or eliminate the boredom factor. They decided that somewhere within any series of targets, in this case twelve, they would insert an extra (thirteenth) target that would be completely different from all of the rest.
Let's make it more personal. Imagine your past as beginning with the last great moment or event you experienced. For sake of argument, let's assume the event was an accident that produced some kind of pain. One can argue that this event or moment will be pretty much fixed in time, and it probably is, at least in the way a single individual (the one experiencing the event) might perceive it. Since it is a more personalized experience, an observation that belongs only to you (the observer), it is burned into your consciousness.
Kennedy lived, I think we would have seen a very different world by the early 1970s—one in which the doctrine of reciprocal deterrence, or Mutual Assured Destruction, could not have operated or survived. Now we will never know. Chapter 6 OTHER HISTORICAL EXPLORATIONS During an extended period of experimentation at the Monroe Institute, in Faber, Virginia, in 1983, I did a number of "explorer sessions" with Robert Monroe, the author of Journeys Out of the Body, 1971; Far Journeys, 1985; and Ultimate Journey, 1994, Doubleday and Company.