You are here: Articles :: Analysis of The Mothman Prophesies


Analysis of The Mothman Prophesies

I recently saw the movie, "The Mothman Prophesies". This was a very spooky movie (I thought it was darned good, but some critics didn't like it), and is supposedly based on actual sightings of a "Mothman" type entity.

I'm making observations on the Mothman Prophesies because in one of my astral travels, I felt/heard a tremendous vibration associated with a natural disaster. Up until that time, I didn't think that disaster locales had a vibrational imprint in the astral. The Mothman Prophesies is about an entity that has been seen around upcoming disaster sites (in many cultures and many time periods). It also contacts humans and gives them information, via electronic mediums or through dreams, about the upcoming event. They are only detected up until the accident happens.

First, here's the background on the Mothman sightings: For thirteen months from November 15, 1966 to December 15, 1967, the town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia was gripped by a real-life nightmare that culminated in a tragedy that made headlines around the world. Strange occurrences and sightings, including a bizarre winged apparition that became known as the Mothman, trouble this ordinary American community. Mysterious lights were seen moving across the sky. Domestic animals were found slaughtered and mutilated. Journalist John A. Keel arrived on the scene to investigate the freakish events and soon found himself to be an integral part of an eerie and unfathomable mystery...

Now my observation:

Because time can be transcended on the astral, you are capable of feeling the vibrations of an upcoming disaster. Disasters have a much coarser feeling to them, so this isn't that hard. In fact, many psychics are able to pick up on these events because they are easier to detect. Astral laws do not always follow our physics laws, and although an event hasn't happened in the physical, it very well may have happened in the astral (I've seen innumerable future events in the astral so I know this is so).

I have seen that disasters have extremely dense vibrations. What this could feasibly do is attract lower realm entities (like the Mothman) to the disaster vicinity, which may reach a vibrational crescendo at the time the two events collide. This peak of dense vibrations could cause a literal time/space portal into the physical realm, which allows the entity to descend. Time is very different in the astral and an evolved enough entity can position itself well in advance of the impending event. Once the entity is here, their resonating frequencies act as an anchor to the disaster site (hence the reason that their sightings only last until the disaster occurs). As I have stated many times before, the most common period that an entity can be felt or seen in the physical is when the environment is a negative (or coarsely vibrating) one, as negative surroundings attract and resonate with lower astral forms. The entity is only able to interact with our environment until the disaster happens at which point the vibrational resonance regains normalcy and its shift back (or ascension) is immediate.

Its ability to perceive the disaster is not hard as the entity, like a moth to a flame, seeks these appealing opportunities to co-exist on this plane-- probably for the same reasons we do. Just like many humans, when a disaster occurs, we flock to the scene out of sheer curiosity and natural morbidity.

The entity used electricity to communicate with people (and the dream state) as electricity is an excellent platform for data transfer, especially voice. Even when the phone was unplugged it would ring incessantly. Its voice was also recordable, just as ghosts can be recorded.

The entity seemed omnipotent because no matter what the person did, it knew their thoughts, location, and exact activities. This is a breeze for a subtle realm entity. There is no lock on this "doorway" folks!

If this thing does not exist, then this is a just a nifty theory that I enjoyed writing.

end of article

Search this site: