Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery Remote Viewed has faced serious obstacles from those who should be allies in the search for scientific truth. Now, with a little help from people like Bigfoot Researcher Todd Neiss, things are rolling again.
Higher Learning Or Closed Minded Bio Freaks
First, what do the University of Washington primate genetics, the University of California Davis DNA Species Testing Lab, the Washington State University Genetics lab and a number of other private companies have in common?
Not one of them even bothered to respond to my inquiry to get the mysterious blood tested for DNA Igor Burtsev and I found on the floor of our tent on that eventful morning in June of ’21!
In addition to the complete lack of consideration by our so-called institutes of higher learning, trying to find a polygraph expert to clear me of any role in the affair also began to appear an impossible task.
The Idaho Incident – Malevolence in Moscow
Surely, those who are closely familiar with the story of Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery understand the difficulty I have faced in production over the past months. The seemingly insurmountable obstacles in the path of collecting data from as many different sources as possible is just that. Getting the answers to the questions in Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery from multiple sources only seemed to create even more obstacles and fewer answers.
Of course, many insiders are familiar with the Idaho Incident in January..
Then, I was left with the choice of turning over my movie and all my information in exchange for their remote viewing data – before I even saw it! Unfortunately, that attempt to control both me and my movie left us without any remote viewers so far…
Was the Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery All A Hoax? A Polygraph Will Prove It
As I mentioned, just like the universities, I found the polygraph experts in the Seattle area had no interest in proving or disproving a hoax involving the blood in Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery.
I quickly learned a simple fact while researching the listings for polygraph, or lie detector tests. There were a lot of people who started in the lie detector business. There were almost an equal number of people whose websites were offline, for good.
I found there were three polygraph experts in the Seattle area still doing business. One never responded. Possibly, I shouldn’t have included jokes with my inquiry.
Of the other two, one said he would do the polygraph for $1,250 plus two hundred per hour. I asked him exactly what I was paying for beyond what sounded to me like a standard polygraph. I got the auto reply. It said polygraphs were $450.
When I asked the third company doing polygraphs in Seattle, I never recieved a reply. That led me to suspect #2 and #3 were the same people.
Spokane Polygraph To The Rescue
Left without a reliable polygraph expert also left me without a way to wash my hands in the public eye of perpetuating a hoax.
That was when I decided to broaden my horizons, or search as it were. I expanded my search to all of Washington State. That was when I found Spokane Polygraph.
As soon as I received a response from licensed polygraph administrator Ted Pulver, I called him back. I explained I was doing a documentary, describing the conditions I needed for recording. Once we agreed on a price, Ted was more than happy to comply.
Todd Neiss To The Rescue
If you’ve seen any Bigfoot show, from William Shatner’s UnXplained to Discovery and History Bigfoot docs, you know who Todd Neiss is.
A self-proclaimed ”Neiss guy,” Todd, a veteran, has always supported me a, fellow veteran and vice versa. That is the reason I keep Todd in the loop on my projects. He also seems to know a lot more people than I do. That was no more true than when I called Todd a few days ago.
Todd mentioned Doug Meacham of Gresham Hypnosis Center. For anyone who is not familiar with hypnosis, or at least less familiar than I, it is simply a way to remember.
What Can A Hypnosis Session Reveal?
In this case, a hypnosis session will allow me to be taken back to that very morning. According to Doug, he is able to let me view the area from a number of viewpoints.
What is so exciting about the hypnotherapy side of it is quite simple. Under hypnosis, I will either be able to see who or what entered the tent and left the blood. Or, I won’t see anything.
If I am able to see who or what entered the tent under hypnosis, and not in a conscious state, it could mean whatever or whoever did it can escape detection in our conscious, but not unconscious state.
Should hypnosis reveals the same memories from my conscious state, then whoever or whatever left the blood did it without being detected. If this is true, this entity is able to:
- Manipulate physical objects like a tent zipper without making detectable sound or disturbing the structure.
- Move without being detection by the human eye.
- Store, transport and deposit what appears to be blood on the floor of the tent.
- How this entity is able to accomplish this might have to do with the manipulation of light, energy and possibly even involve time dilation.
Furthermore, what would have been the motivation for leaving the blood?
Naturally, we can only speculate the blood was in response to our own actions and or presence. Because we were broadcasting loud Bigfoot simulated calls using a small lake to amplify the sound into the surrounding mountains, was the blood a response?
If the answer is yes, the questions remain:
- What did the blood signify?
- Why did the entity leave the blood on my side of the tent?
- Who or what is the blood from?
- Was the entity aware of the mysteries a blood sample from its own species would solve?
- Did the entity want to communicate?
- Did the entity want us to leave?
With the data from the polygraph along with the hypnosis sessions, we will be able to use accepted science to gather data from the realm of the unaccepted.
We will establish this was not a hoax. Hopefully we will establish a plausible explanation as to why we cannot see Sasquatch, Bigfoot, aliens, Dogmen and who knows what else is out there with the ability to lurk beyond the visible spectrum.
Within just a few weeks we will have our DNA samples back from DNA Solutions in Oklahoma. Then, we will have a very close friend of Igor Burtsev, a retired genetist explain the data for us.
Finally, we will look a the remote viewing data.
In the end, I hope we can solve the Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery.
Preliminary remote viewing results are looking rather interesting.
Matthew Heines is an author and veteran of the US 82nd Airborne Division with over twenty years of experience teaching in the USA, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. Matthew Heines has six books currently in publication titled, My Year in Oman, Another Year in Oman, Killing Time in Saudi Arabia, Deceptions of the Ages, The Rainier Paradigm and Heinessights: Wisdom for the Ages. Currently living near Seattle, in Washington State, Matthew Heines is active in politics and has run, and is currently running for the US House of Representatives.