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Aboriginal spirit in Bates Cave! .

 Kon writes "This photo was taken at Bates Cave in Western Australia. We visited the site in 1990 and took some photos. This is one I found strange amongst others similar. I showed the picture to one of my friends who are from aboriginal decent. With in a minute he had not only left my house where he was staying for the week. He left his possessions behind and mumbled “what’s going on”. I never saw or have spoken to him since that day. I decided to revisit the site 12 months later (knowing now something strange was there) and again photographed something unexplained. Researching I found where it is said to be haunted by an aboriginal spirit of some sort. Whether we believe it or not the response of indigenous people to this photograph is incredible. I'm intrigued. Jim@GS

Submitted by Koh: kohjak@iinet.net.au
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My analysis team could not discount this photo

 

Enlarged view of the above photo

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A viewer wrote this on 09/02/01

Anyway, the Aboriginal entity shown here respectfully requests that its image be removed. He's very shy and isn't sure how it "got there" (on the film) and would like to be left in peace. (He doesn't actually understand what any of this is about. But apparently looking at the image of him connects to his awareness, somehow.) I'm in America and have no idea why it is able to communicate its energy to me but he means absolutely no harm (feels quite gentle) but he does have a great deal of power he can summon if need be. I apologize if this sounds crazy, but I prefer to respect the wishes of those outside of our dimension and it asked me to pass the message along since I could apparently hear him. Thanks, Nicole 
We at Ghoststudy mean him no harm either. We just want to allow others the opportunity to know that we are not alone on this planet.  Jim


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