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Huckleberries and plant-flattening “flying tortoise shells” with lights (book excerpt)

Louise Voves

Louise Voves–witness to military coverup of unidentified aerial craft and physical trace evidence in the 1970’s

The following is a rough draft excerpt from my forthcoming book Black Swan Ghosts: a sociologist’s encounters with witnesses of unidentified aerial craft, strange beings, and the unexplained (Mount Baldy Press, inc., August 2017, ISBN 0-9715863-7-3) Enjoy!

Chapter 6—Huckleberries and flying tortoise shells with lights

Louise Voves is a woman I met in North Idaho, a friend of another witness in this book, Joy French, who had an interest in UFO’s after an encounter on Mt. St. Helens that left her and a friend with several hours of missing time. I met Louise at Joy’s apartment once and she told me her story.  I had a subsequent chance to interview her at her bakery in Athol, ID in October, 2015. Louise passed away due to complications of heart surgery several months after the interview. She was in her mid-80s.

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Parallel Realities, Multiverses and Paranormal Phenomena

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Spoon Bending Party!

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Hugh Everett III “Many Worlds” Idea

Hugh Everett III

I just got done reading Hugh Everett III’s, innovative and adventurous dissertation about the “Many Worlds” interpretation of Quantum Mechanics. It’s quite a refreshing and modern interpretation that has no problem at all incorporating “spooky” phenomena like remote viewing, telepathy, channelling, ghosts, and UFOs. In fact, these things are par for the course in the Many Worlds model. In Everett’s view, it’s not the observer that collapses the wave function, but the wave function that entrains and correlates the observer. Read his thesis here: “The Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics.” Note: this contains lots of math and but he does a good job explaining what it all means. Everett’s ideas were not well received at the time in early the 1950’s, and the Copenhagen physics gang were especially hostile to him.  He left academia to work for the U.S. government in the area of war games simulations and only had some attention paid to his ideas at physics conference in Austin in 1977. A very complete summary of his life can be found here.

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