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    Teleportation? People who have appeared out of thin air.

    http://thepoliticalforums.com/threads/120290-Vodafone-denies-5G-coronavirus-connection

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    This made me think of an unexplainable thing that happened to me when I was a teenager. So it was winter in the dark in the snow. Me and the cousins were throwing a football around. I was wearing a ring, and when I threw that football, I watched that ring fly off my finger it glinted in the air because of the porch light. I was looking for it for hours. I couldnt find it and gave up.

    Some days later my dad put his coat on, and put his hand in his pocket and felt something in there, It was the ring that had flew off my hand. It even had water marks on it like it had been in the snow. It tripped both of us out.

    Honestly I never knew what to make of that, and neither did my Dad.
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    http://thepoliticalforums.com/threads/120290-Vodafone-denies-5G-coronavirus-connection

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    I had a voodoo person put the "whammy" on a friend of mine. A week later he fell off a deer stand and not only broke three ribs but laid there for 30 minutes.
    Question: If a dog is a person but a person isn't a dog what does that make the person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    I had a voodoo person put the "whammy" on a friend of mine. A week later he fell off a deer stand and not only broke three ribs but laid there for 30 minutes.
    IOW, he was teleported from the tree to the ground
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lummy View Post
    A couple of the stories - the one about the 19th Century gentleman hit by a cab in 1950, and the one about the Spanish soldier - strike me as being the most truly mysterious, and as fitting the "people appearing out of thin air" promise of the video's title better than the others. (Unknown skeletons in metal tubes, unidentified corpses in lifeboats and wise men who were smart enough to live off the grid and keep their origins to themselves, less so.)

    The trouble with stories like the first two is that when attempts at serious investigation and documentation are made, frequently they fall apart and turn out to be, at best, distortions of the facts if not outright fiction. A good example is the Bermuda Triangle myth. Back in 1975, a writer named Larry Kusche wrote a book called 'The Bermuda Triangle Mystery - Solved'. Instead of taking the word of previous writers and simply copying their lists of mysterious and unexplained "disappearances", he did original research into the various claims and discovered that many of the missing vessels were subsequently found, and that many of the others seem never to have existed. He also discovered that that part of the ocean accounted for no greater a loss of ships than any other area where a comparable amount of commercial traffic occurred. Most previous writers on the subject appear to have simply taken the word of previous writers for far too much, rather than checking it out for themselves.

    While it would be pretty much impossible, I would think, to do much original research into something that is said to have happened in Spain in the 17th Century, it might be considerably easier to do so with the 1950s story, and it would be interesting to see what the results of that would be. Whether genuinely mysterious or simply distortions, or even fiction, there are many other stories of individuals simply vanishing or appearing in plain view of others. If I recall correctly, Charles Fort, in his 'Book of the Damned' and 'Lo!' wrote about some of them a hundred years ago, though critics of his writing (Colin Wilson dubbed Fort "the patron saint of cranks") would accuse him of simply repeating stories heard from others, which even today is a too frequent practice in this genre.
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