Today, Dennis Guern and I give supporting evidence for the explanation of a portal on the ranch.
A portal in the sense we are using the word would be a pathway/shortcut from this world to a parallel world.
NASA even admits some portals in the earth's magnetic fields, AND WE KNOW HOW MUCH THEY LIE AND COVER UP THE TRUTH.
“We call them X-points or electron diffusion regions,” explains plasma physicist Jack Scudder of the University of Iowa. “They're places where the magnetic field of Earth connects to the magnetic field of the Sun, creating an uninterrupted path leading from our own planet to the sun's atmosphere 93 million miles away…Portals form via the process of magnetic reconnection. Mingling lines of magnetic force from the sun and Earth criss-cross and join to create the openings. X-points are where the criss-cross takes place. The sudden joining of magnetic fields can propel jets of charged particles from the X-point, creating an “electron diffusion region.”
This is quite interesting as the Skinwalker Ranch reports gamma rays a mile above the ranch.
Gamma rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation. This radioactive decay is a result of the sun's powerful heat and energy.
Might this location be an X-point?
Could there be something about this specific location that allows solar winds to come closer to the earth than other locations? Perhaps, say, one mile above the ground?
When the team at the ranch contemplates something from out in space beaming gamma rays to the earth, could they be unintentionally meaning a weakness in our magnetosphere in that location and not necessarily alien beings producing it?
MMS: “The solar wind can enter the magnetosphere at different locations and under different magnetic field conditions that we hadn't known about before,” Melvyn Goldstein, an astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, said in a statement.
What happens when we get northern lights (aurora borealis)? This is a disturbance in the magnetosphere caused by solar wind. The ranch has occurrences of strange lights.
When people at the ranch report certain bodily effects, one has to consider what gamma rays might do to the human form – Exposure to high doses of radiation over a short period of time can cause radiation sickness (sometimes called radiation poisoning or acute radiation syndrome) and even death. Some of the symptoms of radiation sickness include fainting, confusion, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, hair loss, skin and mouth sores, and bleeding.
Well, we know nausea has been an issue, and seasickness-like uneasiness, but what about the brave supervisor at the ranch? His scalp pulled away from his skull. It could be that the reason he in particular was vulnerable to this radiation effect has to do with the baseline distance he has been scalp and skull.
Note: Changes in distance between brain and scalp are also important for other human brain mapping techniques. In transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electromagnetic radiation travels through the skull from a coil held outside the head in order to excite cortical neurons. This technique has received FDA approval for treatment of depression and may be important for pediatric populations. However, the electrical field induced by TMS falls off as the square of the distance from the coil. Therefore, in order to judge the optimal TMS current, it is important to have information about the brain-scalp distance: if the distance is small, low current will be sufficient to induce activity, while at greater distances, the same TMS current may not evoke any activity.
If the ranch supervisor has a smaller brain-scalp space, he would be susceptible to the effects of the electrical fields. In fact, Travis reported a headache up on the ridge, so perhaps even if he had an average brain-scalp ratio he was able to register it with discomfort there.
Let's talk about the Van Allen Belt – an important earth feature. A Van Allen radiation belt is a zone of energetic charged particles, most of which originate from the solar wind, that are captured by and held around a planet by that planet's magnetic field. Earth has two such belts and sometimes others may be temporarily created.
Is there anything special about Utah?
Below is a map of the magnetic leylines – Utah is listed as HOT. (That central blue point lines spring out from)
It would appear from this map that the Uinta Range area is a major hub of the magnetic ley lines.
If you want to go a step further, you might note how strong the paths converge over the Bermuda Triangle, another suspected portal that is known for instruments not working and strange lights –
Shifting portals: During the time it takes you to read this article, something will happen high overhead that until recently many scientists didn't believe in. A magnetic portal will open, linking Earth to the sun 93 million miles away. Tons of high-energy particles may flow through the opening before it closes again, around the time you reach the end of the page…”We used to think the connection was permanent and that solar wind could trickle into the near-Earth environment anytime the wind was active,” says Sibeck. “We were wrong. The connections are not steady at all. They are often brief, bursty and very dynamic…” There are many unanswered questions: Why do the portals form every 8 minutes? How do magnetic fields inside the cylinder twist and coil?
Let's look at some of the phenomena mentioned at the ranch – strange creatures, weird lights, odd readings of EMF and the presence of strong gamma rays that don't appear to be emanating from radioactive geology but are above the ranch in the sky where gamma rays might be making it through these “portals.”
A portal potentially being a doorway would open itself up to all kinds of beings to enter and exit, also creating uneasy feelings in the people on the ranch just from the type of energy being utilized. The sky ships coming and going in the blink of the eye could be utilizing this seam to traverse our worlds.
Should someone succumb to a headache, nausea or other symptoms, I would pay particular attention to every spectrum of viewing that ranch from UV to IR and beyond.
Are there other locations around the world that show similar qualities?
The Bermuda Triangle as pointed out earlier is also the location of a convergence of earth energy leylines. Instruments are noted to go wacky there, strange lights seen by pilots, odd fogs and disappearances.
The bilocation of the cattle from the corral to the trailer by the previous owners at the ranch seems to be the kind of spontaneous relocation reported by pilots. One pilot in the Bermuda Triangle gave a detailed account of entering a fog, coming out of it and being in a new locations as if he had skipped there, as he couldn't possibly have reached that location in that amount of time.
If there is a location of disturbance in the magnetosphere, it would bring with it strange lights. If we were on the ranch, we would keep an IR camera on the ridge during the daytime, as well. If this shifting pattern happens about every 8 minutes if this is the cause, they should be timing events.
However, upon meeting the team and hearing their stories, interviewing local witnesses who had experienced bizarre things on and around the ranch, and finally having his own strange experiences, Taylor came around to the Skinwalker Ranch is a truly strange place. Here's the creepy history of Skinwalker Ranch and the surrounding Uinta Basin explained.
Local Native American Lore & Skinwalkers
The Uinta Basin, where Skinwalker Ranch is located, covers a large area in northwest Utah. Hundreds of years ago, the Ute and Navajo were the two major tribes that populated the land. They'd had an uneasy relationship for years, sometimes allying with each other, sometimes conducting raiding parties on each other and taking slaves. The relationship between the two tribes deteriorated completely during the Civil War when the Ute betrayed the Navajo by allying with Kit Carson, a U.S. Army soldier tasked with leading a brutal campaign to oust the Navajo from their lands. With the help of the Ute and other tribes, the occupation was successful; the Navajo surrendered and were forced to march to a reservation in Fort Sumner. The Ute eventually moved to the reservation in the Uinta Basin.
The Ute have been convinced ever since the Navajo had laid a curse on the land in retaliation for their betrayal. Since that time, the land and Ute tribe been haunted by what they call “skinwalkers,” malevolent, shapeshifting witches of Navajo lore, who, in the Uinta Basin, take the form of giant wolves and other creatures. The Ute believe Skinwalker Ranch, named for those skinwalkers, is right in the path of the monsters and largely avoid going to the ranch or entering its territory. Interestingly, however, ancient rock art of the tribes of the region have depicted strange animal-human hybrid creatures since well before the Civil War.
It's not just members of the Ute tribe who have claimed to have seen skinwalkers in and around the ranch, however. Numerous reports of enormous, intelligent-seeming, humanoid creatures have abounded for over a century. In 1994, then-owner Terry Sherman related a story in which he saw something approaching his cattle in their pen. He ran toward it to find a wolf three times the size of a normal wolf attacking a calf and biting its head through the bars. Sherman shot the giant creature three times at point-blank range. It didn't even flinch, merely slowly turned its head and stared at him for a few minutes, sizing him up. Then it calmly turned and walked away. Terry and his wife, Gwen, recounted it left a stench like rotting flesh in the air. Multiple other sightings of these giant, wolf-like creatures and other humanoid beings abound, with the descriptions sometimes describing them as walking on four legs, sometimes upright like a human. Other people have insisted they've tracked the creatures through the snow only to see their wolf-like footprints turn into human footprints and disappear. One night in March 1997, after the ranch had been sold to Robert Bigelow and his National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS) to lead an investigation of Skinwalker Ranch sponsored by the Pentagon, scientist Colm Kelleher looked up into a tree to see a large, humanoid figure with yellow eyes watching the research team. He shot at it and it disappeared, but Kelleher spotted a strange print that looked almost like a giant raptor footprint in the snow under the tree. The local native population knows the reason, however: the land is cursed.
UFO Sightings & Cattle Mutilations
It's not just the skinwalkers that make Skinwalker Ranch and surrounding land so strange, however. Stories of strange lights in the sky have been recorded for centuries, first by the native tribes of the area in folklore and rock art, then by European settlers. In 1776, for example, Franciscan missionary Silvestre Vélez de Escalante described seeing fiery lights in the sky above his campfire. [via History]
In the 1950s, UFO sightings in the area really picked up, with people all over the Uintah Basis reporting everything from glowing orbs darting around in the sky or emerging from bodies of water in the region to actual metallic aircraft suspended overhead. Shortly after UFO sightings started happening in earnest, another paranormal activity started: cattle mutilations. Terry and Gwen Sherman, along with multiple other ranchers in the area, started reporting their cattle had started going missing. Some were never found again, but many were later found mutilated, but with surgical precision, in ways no wild animal could achieve. Eyes were neatly removed from sockets, reproductive systems were removed entirely intact, organs were harvested, and they were all marked with precise, clean cuts that spoke of a clean blade or laser being used and left a strange chemical smell.
As Sherman pointed out in a 1996 interview with Desert News, the cattle mutilations always came after UFO sightings, and he believed the two were linked. “We've seen (the UFOs) enough and we know pretty much what the craft look like, and I think it's definitely associated with the cattle mutilations,” he said. “When we see the crafts and then the cattle, we have problems.” It's not a phenomenon contained to the 1950s, however: UFO sightings still happen today, as do cattle mutilations, as the cast of The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch learned in season 1 when a cow on the ranch dropped dead of nowhere shortly after an unidentified object was spotted in the sky above it.
Strange Electrical Phenomenon
Along with humanoid creatures, UFOs and strange lights, cattle mutilations, and other paranormal activity, Skinwalker Ranch is also known for the way it messes with electronic equipment. Along with that, normal measurements of things like electromagnetic and radio frequencies, even radiation, tend to spike wildly out of normal range in the area. Sherman had reported the phenomena, but even after NIDS took over and started their scientific study of the ranch, it continued. Electronic equipment completely malfunctioned, and some equipment they even found with insides shredded and ripped out.
It has continued with the Secret of Skinwalker Ranch team. Their equipment regularly shorts out, or they arrive at a spot on the ranch to find batteries that had been full a few minutes before totally drained. Phones regularly go haywire, with something bypassing the lock screen and flipping through apps with lightning speed or scrambling the phone's screen. Strange radiation spikes have affected both Travis Taylor and ranch superintendent Thomas Winterton. Taylor was looking into a cistern in one of the spots on the ranch with the highest rate of paranormal activity when he suddenly started feeling dizzy. Shortly thereafter, he started developing a few lesions on his hands and face; when he went to the hospital, the doctor said he had radiation burns. Winterton experienced something even worse, twice suddenly getting pain at the back of his skull intense enough to send him to the hospital. When doctors examined him, they were baffled to find his scalp had actually started to pull away from his skull in one spot, something that is only ever seen after intensive radiation therapy and is still extremely rare, at that.
Those are a few of the most notable strange phenomena that regularly happen at Skinwalker Ranch and the surrounding Uintah Basin but are by no means the only paranormal activity. People have also reported seeing portals opening and shutting on the ranch, alien creatures observing them from the ridge of the mesa or through their windows, finding odd, three-toed tracks on the ground near UFO sightings, pets and other animals being incinerated as if by a laser or caught in a blast from a jet, and disembodied, unidentifiable language coming from somewhere in the air overhead. The paranormal activity continues just as frequently as ever. Whatever the case, it seems the team of The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch has its work cut out for it to investigate and get to the bottom of the mystery.