Monday, February 29, 2016

Dr. Matthew Johnson Talks About His Supernatural Bigfoot Encounters And Experiences


The crew of Unexplained Universe, including Parabreakdown himself Mr. Phil Poling, just recently had the opportunity of sitting down with the legendary bigfoot investigator Dr. Matthew Johnson, for a candid interview and discussion about his experiences with the Forest People.

Dr Matthew Johnson talks about his experiences with invisible Bigfoots, Mind-Speak, a magic portal to an unknown dimension and the small, red-eyed, guardians that protect it. (edited for time)

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    1. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/your-online-secrets/201409/internet-trolls-are-narcissists-psychopaths-and-sadists

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    2. Iktomi = wanker

      hahahahaha hahaha

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    3. You're a clever little fellow, aren't you?

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    4. Here's a strange excerpt from an article regarding the cover-up of anomalous bones:

      http://www.viewzone.com/oklahoma.southend.html

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    5. I bet you can't wait to wake up everyday and call people names from behind anonimaty... What a top guy you must be.

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    6. ^ "anonimaty" ?

      I wonder if you class yourself as a similar type of idiot that you accuse others of being ?

      Like most psychopathic people I guess you don`t include yourself...people such as yourself are not subject to the same rules that YOU make all others abide by....eh ?

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    7. Boy you sure are in love Daniel^

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    8. 6:41... I don't follow you around and post names at you after every comment. I would be a pretty cowardly case if I was to do that, and when you're not simply rehashing the same things that people have used to describe your behaviour, that's all you appear to have. What type of people spend their days hating on people? People who want to inject their own emotional turmoil into other people by luring them into negativity;

      "It's a way for them to feel some kind of control or power over their own disruptive emotions, at other people's expense."
      http://edition.cnn.com/2013/07/11/world/internet-trolling/

      ... I've said it before, your existence merely serves to help good people feel better about themselves.

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    9. MORE MOUNTAIN MONSTERS PLEASE : )

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    1. Bleevers will discount the information given by Dr Johnson because their social superiors and "betters" have told them it is not possible...that`s how JoeTomi and Co order their lives...by subservience.

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    2. "A superiority complex is a psychological defense mechanism in which a person's feelings of superiority counter or conceal his or her feelings of inferiority. The term was coined by Alfred Adler as part of his school of individual psychology. It was introduced in his series of books, including "Understanding Human Nature" and "Social Interest"."

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    3. some posters are so conventional they think kids sherbet has paranormal qualities

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    4. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sunearth/news/mag-portals.html

      http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/dogs-wolves-and-certain-primates-may-be-able-perceive-magnetic-fields

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    5. ^ Kewaunee Lapseritis ?

      ... what say ye ?

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    6. Is PJ defending jphnsons portals and mindspeak? Wow...

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    7. You'd love that wouldn't you? I have no opinion on Johnson and his portals, and know nothing about it.

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    8. Islamic "nanny" beheads child aged 4 .

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-35685981

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    9. "Know nothing about it"

      But you watched the videos didnt you PJ? Why are you sweeping this under the rug? Is the notion of a species of 9 foot magical mindspeaking apes travelling through portals where you draw the line?

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    10. Sorry... You appear to have a far better knowledge of Johnson's magical world than I do... And not surprising considering you spend your existence on a topic you don't find credible. Put all your focus into something productive, you might finally achieve some self esteem in a healthier manner for once.

      Oh... And if Sasquatch were "magical", we wouldn't have the physical evidence now, would we?

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  3. " According to Lapseritis, Bigfoot has a message for humanity: that human activity is destroying the planet. It’s not particularly surprising that a creature associated with the forest is somehow imagined to be concerned about environmental issues.

    And minutes later, an ET started talking to me, and I said, “I don’t see you.” And he said, “Well, I’m in what you people call a UFO. I’m just above you, in another dimension.” They told me to write a book about it, which I did. I’ve written two now, and they want me to write a third book.

    But this answer really takes the cake:
    There are many different beings living in our forests, not just Sasquatch. Many different ones. They’ve been here for millions of years but they use portals to go in and out of. [sic] And the ETs use the portals, too. So when the ETs need help doing mining work for different minerals on our planet, they ask the Sasquatch to help because they’re so super-powerful and they can move gigantic rocks and stuff to help them.

    The incoherence is striking."

    http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/kewaunee-lapseritis-bigfoot-told-me-he-works-the-mines-for-inter-dimensional-alien-environmentalists

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    1. odd how aliens can spirit people away through walls and doors but can`t manage to do the same with the minerals they desperately need. they have invisible doors too, in rock and cliffs that open when needed , but they can`t get to the minerals (!) .neither are the aliens adept or skilled enough to replicate the minerals needed,although they can do it for certain other substances when they want to.

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    2. except BILL BROCK he a BIGFOOT GURU

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    3. The appliance of rhetorical arguments to make the perception of normal circumstance.

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    4. The colored folk really ruined the oscars last night.

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    5. "The Hoofnagle brothers, a lawyer and a physiologist from the United States, who have done much to develop the concept of denialism, have defined it as the employment of rhetorical arguments to give the appearance of legitimate debate where there is none, an approach that has the ultimate goal of rejecting a proposition on which a scientific consensus exists."

      "A stupid man's report of what a clever man says can never be accurate, because he unconsciously translates what he hears into something he can understand."
      - Bertrand Russell

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    6. Film Director John Landis Goes Public Concerning Makeup Master John Chambers' Involvement In The Famous Patterson Bigfoot Film

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    7. The appliance of rhetorical arguments to make the perception of normal circumstance.

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    8. ^ 9;21 - that`s what Joe conjured up from his bag of ludicrous gobbledegook.

      fool

      hahahahah hahahahah hahahahahaha

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    9. i shall post it after each tricky icky post

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    10. Go ahead... It's at your expense after all. You're doing my job for me!

      : )

      Oh... And got monkey suit?

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    11. Plenty... Accounting for everything one would expect from a living creature, just short of a type specimen.

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    12. ifn itbe a critter thans shoots its

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    13. The missing type specimen being the only thing that would actually count as evidence.

      And also the one thing bigfooters are unable, or unwilling, to produce. One that isn't actually rubber and plastic and fake fur, I mean. Bigfooters have come up with plenty of those.

      At least you've finally stopped trying to push that fully human skull as a specimen.

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    14. A body would account for the evidence that's needed more than anything... But that doesn't mean there isn't any evidence, or that other evidences shouldn't be considered legitimate because of lack of specimen. Who's "unwilling" exactly? You're requirement to tell people what they're thinking is bordering on delusional. Stop putting words in people's mouths... Grow a brain cell and get a legitimate argument.

      ... This appears to be the case with that skull that I've mind bent you over so wonderfully. Lucky for you that it's always been on older comment sections where nobody can witness your education... Sasquatch are human.

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    15. Oh... And the reason that skull can't be used as a specimen, is because we only have the anthropological paper with photographs, and not the skull.

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    16. How about no one point out typos anymore? The internet only wishes...

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    17. A typo happens when someone presses the incorrect key and misspells a word, not when he chooses an entirely inappropriate word and causes himself to look like an illiterate moron!

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    18. THE MAGNIFICENT AC COLLINS (PRESIDENT OF THE SUPER FRIENDS) HAS DECLARED TODAY FEBRUARY 29, 2016 TO BE "LEAPING YETI DAY"!!!!

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    19. Plenty of type specimens are now known only from photographs thanks to wars and fires and them simply getting lost.

      The reason we can't use that skull as a bigfoot specimen is because it is not a bigfoot skull. It's a human skull. And we already have a type specimen for humans.

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    20. I'm sorry... You'd have an example of that then, right?

      Sasquatch are human, ancient human. Learn something about the topic and familiarise yourself with what people are reporting. Start with the basics... And in that paper you have a skull that shouldn't be in the US, found exactly where local natives stated that hairy cannibal tribes resided. Just like nearly every other tribe in North America.

      Start with the basics... Too scared to post a comment where other people can read your education I take it? What a wimp.

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  4. Iktomi/Joe here = Joe Wilson on Facebook ?

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    1. Hey look^^^ it's Iktomi's fluff girl...sup fluffy

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    2. ^ hahahahah hahahaha that`s very good ... and perfectly apt.

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    3. 11:15 - you poor misguided fool. Joe wilson is part of the beach boys . Do you plan on sending him flowers on facebook ? Obsessive nutter

      Joe

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  5. PAGING DR. JOHNSON - PAGING DR. MATTHEW JOHNSON:


    Sir we just checked the reviews of your interview on the Unexplained Universe show and . . . well sir, no one believed you - not one among everyone who listened including the hosts. The good news is we booked you for an interview with Robert Lindsay. He said to be sure and bring your son.

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  6. Even though I no longer believe in the existence of Bigfoot I try to respect the views of those who do however after listening to Dr. Matthews I have to believe he has some serious issues with reality. It fascinates me because he is a psychologist who obviously is intelligent enough to earn all those degrees and has written a book about parenting but seems to have gone off the deep end. I find it hard to believe that he would have many Bigfoot advocates support his statements and I suspect he probably doesn't. After listening to the show he seems very annoyed when asked questions and I have to wonder why he continues to put out videos when he is the object of so much ridicule. Surely he has to realize that the Bigfoot community is not flocking to his door for answers. He's a strange one in my book but I have to admit he's interesting in a delusional sort of way.

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    1. Yes...he seemed angered by the very idea he may be questioned and finally stated "I`m winding it up"...strange behaviour for somebody wanting to be heard.

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    2. The first thing I would point out, is that academic achievement has nothing to do with the capacity for pathology in thought. The stereotype for mental illness seems to be that the affected mind is necessarily disorganized. This is not true at all. There are people with every kind of diagnosis who have achieved academic success at the highest levels. They have little correlation. What would be in question is the severity of the illness. He has demonstrated very clearly that he is suffering from delusions, as one of the hallmarks of the condition is the conviction that the delusions are factual. In fact, the delusional system is reinforced when it percieves an attack, giving the sufferer the priveldged status of having special insight.

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    3. ^ sounds like a description of IktomiJoe - but he has no academic achievements so it can`t be him

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    4. I have to wonder if he manages to keep his profession separate from his "beliefs". If I sought his counsel as a psychologist and he laid some of those stories on me I know I wouldn't be back. I get the impression from this interview and videos I have seen of him that he seems rather controlling and domineering. I suppose his size could be intimidating as well. I'm curious if those who he claims were with him when they witnessed these things could have been influenced by that.

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