Post by Jason Hawes on Nov 1, 2009 16:05:49 GMT -6
One day, I was eating pretzels and there they were sitting in a bowl on my desk. However, there were exactly 3 pretzel sticks that were out of the bowl. So I left the room only to come back to have them rearranged to form a primitive letter "S" (you can only make an s so curvy with straight pretzel sticks.) Anyway, I thought it was a coincidence and decided I wanted a drink, so I went to get one and came back. once again, they were rearranged, but this time in a different letter. I was not sure if it was a "Z" or a "N", because they could be shown the same way. Now when I saw that I went to tell my mom and show her, and the pretzels were once again in a random, nothing-special order. Naturally, my mom didn't believe me, but I knew what I saw. When it was all said and done I figured they could represent initials, because they obviously didn't make a word. I came that the first letter had to be an "S" so I was left with either a [Z] as initials or a [N]. Anyway it was one of the first unnatural experiences I have come across, and after it all, I thought it was pretty cool.
Post by Jason Hawes on Nov 2, 2009 17:56:52 GMT -6
I am not sure where to begin searching, but yeah I think it is initials of something. But not related to my family directly because my last name isn't related to those letters. Someone I don't know, and believe me I have tried looking up my ancestry. Yes, I have tried to look at this skeptically, even looking back on climate, breezes, electromagnetics, an several other possible explanations, but found no logical cause.
To make it interesting, why not get a video recorder and do the same thing and see what results you get. If you get video of the pretzels moving that would be some pretty amazing evidence of something going on.
I applaud your efforts of looking at this with a skeptical eye...I am going to convert people yet...LOL.
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Post by Jason Hawes on Nov 3, 2009 15:45:41 GMT -6
haha unclebuck, I am neutral. I look at something both paranormally and skeptically. If one works better than the other, I use that. I don't have a video camera unfortunately, I don't have an extra 200 bucks laying around haha.