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Friday, October 26, 2007

whatweird about whatweird?

Why exactly was Daniel reading whatweird in the video "Is This The End?"???

If you know, leave a message below and let us know.


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Killthesmiley said...
Hey guys! Your resident ... medium...i guess you can call me...here.
I've checked out everything, and the vast majority of the stuff on the blog is fraud work. however there is a bit of ... "historical" ... information correct, and a few tidbits here and there that are somewhat real (but more urban legend then anything, for example the bremuda triangle post. I'm actually surprised it didn't ahve the history on it. or Astral Projection. PS It totally can be done, just need a lot of patience). The cam though is something that I have yet to catch I've been trying to find the feed on the listed web site, but you need to register which I really don't want to do. It's an interesting blog, none the less. Really well put together, and enjoyable to read. If anyone has any questions about what you read too, give me a shout.

PS: this probably doesn't help at all everything I told you, but I thought it may help. It seems like it may just be faked to live within the Breeniverse, but at the same time it might not be. Thousands upon millions of these type of web sites exist, and just a pin prick of them seem realistic. This one really doesn't as, like I said before, is more Urban legend related and falsified evidence.
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Killthesmiley said...
what IS interesting is that within the past... week... this blog has started, got it's own domain AND has "deleted his old live journal"

interesting.

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QtheC commented...

From the "Is This The End?" transcript on LGPedia, Daniel was interested in teleportation stories on the whatweird.com website.

On that website, there are two articles in the "teleportation" category, both dated Oct 20th, just 5 days before "Is This The End?" appeared on Oct 25th, 2007.
See: http://www.whatweird.com/archives/category/teleportation

The first article is called "Astral Projection?" and talks about the author's "Mum" (sounds british) being interested in Shirley Maclaine's ideas on the subject, and her book "Out on a Limb" published in the 1980's. There are 4 comments on the article, the most intriguing is this one: http://www.whatweird.com/archives/29#comment-20

"RadiantNight Says:
October 24th, 2007 at 5:10 pm I totally believe in astral projection. It happened to me. At least, I think so… it was the weirdest thing…"


The second article tells a story about "Gil Perez - Twin or Teleportation?" teleporting from Manila to Mexico City on October 24, 1593 (note the date).

There is a notable conclusion in bold added to the article by the author. It begins: "Did you read that? How amazing would it be to suddenly be transported from like London to Los Angeles? (especially on dreary rainy London day!!!)"

In the comments on this second article, there is more about astral projection, and manipulating energy to teleport (with a link to http://home.xtra.co.nz/hosts/Wingmakers/Teleportation.html )

There is also a comment that might possibly refer to Kate:
http://www.whatweird.com/archives/13#comment-27

"frankie Says:
October 26th, 2007 at 8:36 am
i’ve talked to someone online who claimed to have the ability to astral project at will. And while i still dont believe them… they did warn me that its quite dangerous. While you leave your body to wander to new places… your body is an empty corpse… ready for any soul to wander in and take over."

The teleportation angle could be a cover - the real story might be that Kate either has a twin, or has multiple personalities in some way... Kate, Genevieve, etc.

The London to Los Angeles teleportation reference seems very likely to be the work of LG15 creators. I think we may be seeing a lead up to a KM to LG15 cross, especially after Kate said she was going to America with Clore to study art.

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5 comments:

  1. Hey guys! Your resident ... medium...i guess you can call me...here.
    I've checked out everything, and the vast majority of the stuff on the blog is fraud work. however there is a bit of ... "historical" ... information correct, and a few tidbits here and there that are somewhat real (but more urban legend then anything, for example the bremuda triangle post. I'm actually surprised it didn't ahve the history on it. or Astral Projection. PS It totally can be done, just need a lot of patience). The cam though is something that I have yet to catch I've been trying to find the feed on the listed web site, but you need to register which I really don't want to do. It's an interesting blog, none the less. Really well put together, and enjoyable to read. If anyone has any questions about what you read too, give me a shout.

    PS: this probably doesn't help at all everything I told you, but I thought it may help. It seems like it may just be faked to live within the Breeniverse, but at the same time it might not be. Thousands upon millions of these type of web sites exist, and just a pin prick of them seem realistic. This one really doesn't as, like I said before, is more Urban legend related and falsified evidence.

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  2. what IS interesting is that within the past... week... this blog has started, got it's own domain AND has "deleted his old live journal"

    interesting.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Maybe we've finally found Cassie. Not what I was expecting.

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  4. From the "Is This The End?" transcript on LGPedia, Daniel was interested in teleportation stories on the whatweird.com website.

    On that website, there are two articles in the "teleportation" category, both dated Oct 20th, just 5 days before "Is This The End?" appeared on Oct 25th, 2007.

    See:
    http://www.whatweird.com/archives/category/teleportation

    The first article is called "Astral Projection?" and talks about the author's "Mum" (sounds british) being interested in Shirley Maclaine's ideas on the subject, and her book "Out on a Limb" published in the 1980's. There are 4 comments on the article, the most intriguing is this one: http://www.whatweird.com/archives/29#comment-20

    "RadiantNight Says:

    October 24th, 2007 at 5:10 pm
    I totally believe in astral projection. It happened to me. At least, I think so… it was the weirdest thing…"


    The second article tells a story about "Gil Perez" teleporting from Manila to Mexico City on October 24, 1593 (note the date).

    There is a notable conclusion in bold added to the article by the author. It begins: "Did you read that? How amazing would it be to suddenly be transported from like London to Los Angeles? (especially on dreary rainy London day!!!)"

    In the comments on this second article, there is more about astral projection, and manipulating energy to teleport (with a link to http://home.xtra.co.nz/hosts/Wingmakers/Teleportation.html )


    The London to Los Angeles teleportation reference seems very likely to be the work of LG15 creators.

    I think we may be seeing a lead up to a KM to LG15 cross, especially after Kate said she was going to America with Clore to study art.

    ReplyDelete
  5. After posting that long comment, I made some edits and added it all to the article.

    ReplyDelete




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