On The Trail Of Bigfoot

by on Apr.03, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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REALLY enjoyed this documentary by Small Town Monsters.  I must confess that Bigfoot was beginning to get pretty low these days on my Paranormal Interest Meter.  I blame over-saturation on this fact, so I was really pleased with a fresh take on the phenomena and an interesting look at the people who spend their lives seeking the Beast.  The most fascinating aspect to me (and I know I was WAY too focused on this) was listening to the different “factions” of investigators establishing their own pecking order of sorts, judging others in the field and self-appointing their own approaches and organizations as top of the Bigfoot Quest food chain.

Elsewhere on this blog I’ve mentioned my interest in the “unusual” reports of Bigfoot sightings – the ones where a UFO is seen before, during, or after the Sasquatch encounter.  Or other sightings where Bigfoot makes no sounds whatsoever as it lumbers through the forest, or it’s carrying a glowing orb, or it appears to pass through an invisible door as it vanishes from sight.   I especially loved how this documentary presented that unusual information.  It didn’t hold back.  And I was overjoyed to hear the different groups discuss these bizarre outliers…. most of them rejected them as absurd…a notion which I found COMPLETELY absurd.  Like if you’re investigating BIGFOOT do you really have a right to dismiss ANYTHING WHATSOEVER as ludicrous???

But this documentary had the chops to discuss those reports.

I highly recommend a viewing of this wonderful addition to the Small Town Monsters collection…

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Now Re-Playing: On The Razor’s Edge

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Now Re-Playing: On The Razor’s Edge

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Evil Vines Cemetery 2018

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There were many different medical and scientific explanations for the Black Death, ranging from stellar configurations, to bad lifestyle choices. Whereas modern day opinion would dismiss the idea of astrology, to contemporary audiences it was a well-known and well established fact, which physicians and academics were hesitant to ignore. The report of the Paris Medical faculty in 1348 states the belief that the ‘first cause’ of the disease was the configuration of the heavens. The frequent mention of the three planets of Aquarius, is also referred to by fourteenth century astrologer, Geoffrey de Meaux, who explains that the superior stars of Aquarius affect the lesser stars, which represent the ‘common people’ of society. He therefore concludes that the pestilence would infect them more so than those of a higher status. Simon de Convino of France also describes a celestial court case, in which the human race stands trial. 







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Evil Vines Cemetery 2018

by on Apr.03, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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There were many different medical and scientific explanations for the Black Death, ranging from stellar configurations, to bad lifestyle choices. Whereas modern day opinion would dismiss the idea of astrology, to contemporary audiences it was a well-known and well established fact, which physicians and academics were hesitant to ignore. The report of the Paris Medical faculty in 1348 states the belief that the ‘first cause’ of the disease was the configuration of the heavens. The frequent mention of the three planets of Aquarius, is also referred to by fourteenth century astrologer, Geoffrey de Meaux, who explains that the superior stars of Aquarius affect the lesser stars, which represent the ‘common people’ of society. He therefore concludes that the pestilence would infect them more so than those of a higher status. Simon de Convino of France also describes a celestial court case, in which the human race stands trial. 







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Now Watching: Do Not Let The Light Touch You

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Now Watching: Do Not Let The Light Touch You

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Now Watching: Do Not Let The Light Touch You

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Trailer: The Dead Don’t Die

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Trailer: The Dead Don’t Die

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