3 thoughts on “Slenderman – RD Short Clips

  1. Pyroxide_Martini

    I created a separate topic for this earlier as I hadn’t seen it put up and wanted to write about it – Can one of the moderators shift the contents/comments into this one please? 🙂

    Also worth making a point given the discussion mentioned Tulpa’s – in Steven Greer’s CE5 and again discussed with his interview with Jimmy Church recently, whilst the photo itself is fascinating, the practice they are engaging in to communicate with an ET is actually very similar to raising a Tulpa.

    So I guess my question there is – Were they talking to a bonafide ET or a thought form given life via their collective intentions and concentrations. They gave the ET a back story and everything (an ambassador from the Andromeda galaxy no less) and even a name.

    Tulpa experiments have essentially demonstrated the exact same thing through a gathering, a created backstory and the entity answering to questions via a series of knocks to confirm it was the fictional creation – now apparently alive (a Tulpa).

    I’d love to see Steven Greer discuss that very valid point.

    I mentioned this with regards to Slenderman as well in the other topic I created for this clip.

    Great discussions – Nick Redfern on point as always. Would love to have a pint with him and chat about all his research over the years, fascinating topics.

  2. Carolyn3

    Interesting short clip indeed. I told my husband the same thing regarding many of the types of things in the wold, whether criptid-like or anything supernatural out there. I think that if you can get enough people to focus on the same thing a shift happens. Similar to when people focus on peace all at once there in a shift in the clime level around the world. There have been studies done on this. There’s a saying be careful of what you ask for because you may just get it. Our mind and our Words are powerful. I also say thanks goodness for some un-answered prayers or thoughts.

    I like the connection to the word spelling, as it like you’re casting a spell with words. You’re creating something. I always say watch your words. Words are as powerful. Words can bring up powerful emotions. This is what makes great writers and story tellers.

    This also makes me think of something in the paranormal world regarding poltergeists.
    Poltergeists They are always said to be a noisy spirit. They can throw things, play with electronics, even hurt people. But they don’t are not spirits. poltergeists start out as just energy brought on by emotions from the mind of someone in distress. Traditionally it’s been connected to teens going through emotional turmoil. but it can happen with anyone in emotional distress. It’s also been said that If that continues for quite a while something can form that will become it’s own entity. Then you have a new set of problems .

    We live in a world we don’t really understand yet. We’ve been told we’re on a planet, in this universe, but we are learning that this world not what it seems. Our reality that we know of may be something completely different. Quantum physicists are proving these theories now.

    I’ve had experiences before where I some how magically made something happen.
    I was sitting in the DC airport to catch a flight home after visiting a friend. Prior to my leaving my friend and I had talked about going to see the Dali Lama who was coming to Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. I think we in 2008. I’d have to look at my journal. We were going to sit in his class for 4 days 3 times a day.
    So as i was sitting and waiting for my plane, I thought for a moment how am I going to get airline tickets for this event? All of a sudden I hear over the intercom that the rubber band had broke on our plane and not sure how long it would take to fix, So they asked for any volunteers who wanted a free ticket to anywhere in the US. My hand went up fast. I had my ticket and that’s how I got to go see the Dali lama.

    It seems as though we can bring in this creative energy pretty easy, but how we do this is the question. So imagine if enough people thought about this slenderman (I almost didn’t want to type it as it may bring it in) Who knows at this point. It is a bit freaky to say the least.

    Thanks for this.

  3. Steven Reigstad

    ‘Wisconsin Girl Stabbed 19 times to appease Slender Man.’
    This story was very big news in my home state of Wisconsin, back in 2014.
    Here’s the brief version of the story from Wikipedia, “On May 31, 2014, in Waukesha, Wisconsin, two 12-year-old girls lured their best friend into the woods and stabbed her nineteen times in an attempt to prove the fictional character Slender Man was in fact real. The victim crawled to a road where she was found. She recovered after six days in the hospital. The perpetrators were found not guilty by mental disease or defect. By February 2018, they both were sentenced to long periods in mental health institutions.”
    The victim, Payton Leutner was 12 at the time of the attack, and has fully recovered.
    Anissa Weier, pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree homicide as a party to a crime, with use of a deadly weapon and was sentenced to 25 years in a Psychiatric Hospital, while Morgan Geyser was sentenced to 40 years in a Mental Health Unit.
    If interested, there are several state and national news stories online about the case.

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