The way I see it, the guy is either a real experiencer or he's missing his calling as an inventive science-fiction writer. You just have'ta ask yourself: is it necessary to try and shape your life around unverifiable stories? Is it so weird to free yourself from belief through the simple consideration of ideas? Everybody wants answers. Chill out and go with what you know.
There's another trait of the conspirituality community that needs a good whipping: the flippant accusations. Getting called a "disinfo agent", "cointelpro", or a "shill" is really par for the course when you are a content provider to this conspirituality community. I consider that there may be some people who are exactly that! However, it seems this accusation is being hurled at people who are extremely easy to investigate.
If it's not that, it will be the curse of trying to be a content provider for this community while making sure not to become popular or financially successful doing it. They will complain about production value, but the moment the production value goes up, you become an insta-shill, illuminati agent to them.
You can't put the effort in to make a good production in tandem with working 50 hours a week at Wal-Mart. Like any sane and rational person, you need appropriate compensation for your efforts to have a normal life in this shitty, cabal disneyland where we need money to live. The upside is that there's always a possibility where the entire world's population could decide not to use their money at the exact same instant. Hey, it's still a possibility!
In short, get conspiritualism out of my paranormal research! Where I may love to read unsubstantiated shit, the effort of measuring, documenting, and researching paranormal anomalies cannot be anywhere near that unsubstantiated shit!
Everyone is always complaining about "sheeple" not waking up. If you want the general public to accept the fact of any recorded anomaly, you're going to have to divorce it from wild rumors. The public image of paranormal research must be one of science only!
While I'm on the topic, I hate the term "whistleblower". It seems like that word sprang from the slimey womb of some AGA think tank. Human culture on earth has been built by very influential criminal organizations. They pervaded the linguistic atmosphere of millennia with words like "snitch" and "tattle tale" to shame the vast majority of good people from ever exposing criminal acts. Screw calling them "whistleblowers". I'd call them sentinels for doing what most can't afford to: putting your family and friends in immediate danger to expose criminal acts. In a perfect world, we could hire orphan ninjas to expose what information we collect. The police and military sure as hell can't provide protection. Corruption is blatantly everywhere, now.
Another amusing aspect of the stream of whistleblowers passing through the halls of the conspiritualist forums like a squeaky fart is that a witch hunt will ensue if enough people have their alternate, treasured, and equally unverifiable narratives shit on by the whistleblower.
Want an example? Well, since 2013, there has been a ruckus within the conspiritualist community where rumors are being set against eachother. A dude breezed through the scene with, basically, a unified conspiracy theory. It literally incorporated everything into it. If a conspiracy rumor didn't fit inside his story, then his rumors would debunk their rumors! Everyone's waiting for a name here.
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