I have always wanted to believe in the loch ness monster.
Then, one day, I suffered an impasse.
The Loch Ness Project (during Operation Deepscan – 1987) tried to find again the famous and mysterious gargoyle head. What did they found? (left and right pictures)
Gargoyle head photograph taken by Dr. Robert Rines in the 70’s (middle picture). He assured it was the “monster”. YOU MAKE THE CALL.
Many years I wanted to believe on one of the most famous evidences.
The “IRREFUTABLE” evidence of a plesiosaur's flipper.
But to my surprise, there was a cold truth.
While at the Official Loch Ness Exhibition Centre, Dr. Rines admitted to Mr. Tony Harmsworth and Adrian Shine something really disappointing.
That the flipper picture MAY HAVE BEEN RETOUCHED by some magazine editor!!!
The true "flipper" picture.
Now, what are we supposed to think about this image, also given by Dr. Rines?
I used to believe it was the body and long neck of a creature, maybe a plesiosaur from a lost era.
In the end, all these surprises added to an already unfortunate series of events...
A 7 decades old hoax
(perpetrated by Wetherell).
Can you see the differences?
Look at the reflections of Urquhart castle.
Here disbelief was getting stronger for me.
Many expeditions, without success.
Inconclusive Films. Like Malcolm Irvine’s 1936 footage and…
Tim Dinsdale’s 1960 film.
And to make things worse…inconclusive sonar contact results and mistaken objects.
On what kind of evidence and “facts” were conclusions being taken, and worst of all, taken as true at firsthand?
Up to this point I was becoming more and more a skeptic. But I reconsidered. There had to be something.
What made me avoid the dark abyss of total skepticism?
Can we believe in the alleged sightings?
St. Columba versus the Loch Ness monster?
Written in the sixth century AD, the first account of a monster in the proximity of Loch Ness appears in the Life of St. Columba by Admonan.
I always wondered…
Why many people could never catch a glimpse of the beast in spite of countless hours in front of the Loch Ness?
While many others “accidentally” had a sighting?
For some strange reason, it just looked like some people had a knack for being fortunate witnesses.
From the Illustrated London News, two pages where a special feature appeared in January 1934, giving a pictorial round-up of the Loch Ness Monster major sightings to that date.
Among people who never knew each other...is it a coincidence the resemblance between the drawing and the photographs?
What can we think about the similarity between the drawings and the pictures?
Can you observe the SIMILITUDES among the perceptions of people that never met?
What about the alleged pictures?
Can we ignore the sightings patterns?
Going further, what about close encounters. Are there any?
This is an artist's conception of what Arthur Grant saw early one morning as he drove down a road alongside Loch Ness, Scotland. Grant dismounted and started to investigate, but the strange animal snorted and plunged into the water.
Depiction of the legendary creature as seen by Grant, which he described as being about 15 or 20 feet in length.
A representation of Grant's point of view the day he encountered the mysterious creature.
Then one day I found something that could explain in some way the mystery of the Loch Ness sightings, contradictions and all the other unsuccessful attempts to hunt the beast.
WHAT IF THE LOCH NESS MONSTER IS NOT A PART OF OUR REALITY?
WHAT IF “NESSIE” IS AN INTERDIMENSIONAL CREATURE?
I believe that SOMETIMES...
For UNKNOWN REASONS…
The monster’s space/time continuum COINCIDES or CONNECTS…
With OUR space/time continuum.
In theory, to encounter the creature would be as simple as tuning a certain radio frequency station.
This way, all the witnesses had been fortunate enough to tune in the same reality as the Loch Ness monster.
So, do you still believe?
I guess in the end the skeptic is speaking words of wisdom...
YOU CONSIDER THE AWARENESS FACTOR , AND FIND THE EXACT FREQUENCY BAND WHERE THE LOCH NESS MONSTER RESIDES.
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