Thursday, September 23, 2010

Incident at the Silbury Hill Stargate

 The Silbury Hill Stargate is a term coined by Colin Andrews and fellow researchers to surround the High Strangeness area around the archaelogical site of Silbury Hill in Wiltshire.

I came across the strange case of a Policeman who saw some creatures, and not only that. This is a case that effectively combines the whole spectrum of the Paranormal, involving Ufos, crop circles, poltergeist phenomena, missing time, aliens (or cryptoterrestrials?) and a place that acts as a Gateway (or Stargate) to it all.

Silbury Hill is a Neolithic mound, the tallest one in Europe, and of course it's purpose is unknown. It is part of a Group of Neolithic monuments in the area, the most famous being Stonehenge. The pic on the left shows a huge crop circle and on the top of the picture you can see the Hill.
The case, as it was investigated by Andrew Russell :

The Police officer saw three figures in a field as he was driving by. He stopped and saw three very tall figures with blond hair and identical white suits investigating the crops.
When he shouted at them to ask them what they where doing they just ignored him, but when he tried to approach them they started running abnormally fast away from the Hill and vanished before reaching the top. The whole area had a static electricity quality to it, with crackling being heard and the crops moving. He soon developed a strong headache.
Then, for several days after the encounter, the officer had poltergeist activity in his house: Electrical appliances going crazy, knocks on the door, and a feeling of a presence. Russell also believes the officer experienced some missing time when driving to his home...
This incident has all the characteristics not of an alien incident, but combines elements from the entire paranormal range!

Let's take a look at the static electricity crackling in the field : This is commonly referenced as a by-product of the activity observed. But, WHAT IF THE ACTIVITY IS THE BY-PRODUCT? The keyword here is causality.  In a particle accelerator we have magnetic fields and particle collisions. The magnetic fields are not the byproducts of the collisions but the DRIVING FORCE behind the activity. And let's remember: Static electricity is present in almost all manifestations associated with the paranormal, be it religious experiences, Ufo abductions, visions, Ghosts, precognition etc. (thinking raised hairs?). I seriously think that the Field active in these sacred/haunted places is actually the means by which the window opens, allowing vision and matter to co-exist for a while. To where?? Unknown. When? Unknown.

What is also intriguing is the evident Neural Influence almost always present: Disorientation, headache, visions. Could it be that the whole experience is generated by the mind-altering Field and is not real at all? It could be, but I seriously doubt it. The physical evidence is too much, and unless we go Schrodinger's way, in which case all bets are off, we can establish a physical connection with the environment and not only with the witnesses senses.
Case in point: The poltergeist occurrences that followed where observed by the officer's wife as well, a person that had not been in the alleged mind-altering Field. Can it be that the polterfeist effects where created by the officer's mind? Yes. However that does not alter the fact that it was a consequence of the Contact experience, whatever it's mechanics may be...
This article better describes a fact that has been known for some time now by serious researchers:
"There is no one UFO presence, no one UFO reality. UFOs are all things to all people, manifesting their reality dependent upon the mental make-up of the person or persons taking in their presence, in the air, on the ground (as in previous years, more so than today), or via technology (radar, for instance).
And those who refuse the reality are also determinant mentally. They refuse the “reality” or “delusional reality” of others because they are saddled with mind-sets of a restrictive kind.
Until neurology, psychology, sociology, and other disciplines tackle the UFO phenomenon within the parameters of human mental vagaries, the mystery will remain elusive."
Can it be that the point of manifestation is the key to the whole mystery?
The point I am constantly trying to make is that we have to start any and all investigation into the Unknown at the Mystery Places that are part of Humanity's heritage. If the Machine fires up, or the stars align or whatever, these places are the most likely to become Gateways to Elsewhere. The fact that the Neolithic Man (probably) could not measure magnetic fields did not stop him from recognizing, and maybe utilizing, some of the most powerful places on the face of the Earth.
Now we must find out how, all over again.
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