|Disappearance Object Phenomenon – What Is It? by JURAJ SIPOS
|Article Posted: 09/25/2011
The article describes a paranormal phenomenon of appearance and disappearance of objects – DOP (Disappearance Object Phenomenon) – and it tries to find a link between it and a religion. Described are also a few author’s experiences with DOP. The author suggests that it may be related to Mother Divine (Hindu Goddess Durga). Her other name is Agartha and some say that she may live in the Earth.
Disappearance Object Phenomenon (DOP)
There are many paranormal phenomena described in books but it is hard to say what to believe. In case things are true but misinterpreted (deformed), this brings another problem.
If you go to court to bear evidence, the judges and the police always approach you in faith that you are a witness and that as a witness you tell the truth. You also deserve a respect for bringing your evidence. If you do not tell the truth, you are a product of the world’s conscience crisis – the case of many media and paranormal books that lie.
This article is about Disappearance Object Phenomenon, which I have been experiencing for really a long time and I bear evidence that it exists as something very weird that science cannot explain, as it is prejudiced and it neglects phenomena it cannot measure; on the other hand, these phenomena exist and ignoring them (not only DOP, there are many such weird phenomena – for example, Spontaneous Human Combustion) means going backwards. Contrary to bearing evidence at courts, with DOP you have no respect as a witness and this society will mercilessly knock you down to the ground. Most scientists basically rule such phenomena out of the menu of real possibilities, although every police report of a Spontaneous Human Combustion case leaves clear evidence behind.
You may object that science needs proofs, but I say that it also needs genuine intelligence. I received a few e-mails from someone who claimed that he was “the resurrected Prophet of the Most High, St. John the Baptist,” so I wrote him and asked to write me again the same but in the Aramaic language. If you do this with people like these, your “scientific proof” is that you will most probably never receive back an e-mail in the Aramaic language, as it is much more difficult to learn it than just to say that “I am the resurrected Prophet”. DOP has its place in science with genuine intelligence, although the non-intelligent science does not consider it real.
Over many years, DOP has also been observed in the Bermuda Triangle, in the Japan’s Dragon’s Triangle, and many witnesses, too, bear evidence of its existence. However, the problem is that DOP is one of the most arcane phenomena to approach and it thus almost always gets bundled up into the following types of explanation: It is caused by 1) people’s absentmindedness; 2) somnambulence; 3) temporary mind blackouts; 4) “borrower” type of people around. But if you experience it and suddenly realize, like me, that beyond your DOP is logic, the much weirder apples reveal themselves in the mists of the yet unknown border.
Some explanations of DOP may be even weirder. I remember that when my physician gave me pills and they made me feel even sicker, they simply disappeared (as many thousands of other things in the past did and in the similar context). The logic of this is that “someone” did not want me to be harmed, so I understood that my DOP has logic – communication.
Of many of my DOP experiences, one was related to my necklace of Lord Ganesh, which disappeared on the day of Lord Ganesha’s birthday (September 7, 2005). The probability explanation rather favors DOP (absentmindedness is not DOP), as the year has 365 days and only 1 day of the year is dedicated to the Lord Ganesha’s birthday. Had it happened on any other day, I would have believed it was my absentmindedness. When I found the necklace after several days – although I searched for it very meticulously – I already knew that the number of the days between the disappearance and the appearance was a spiritual (cryptographic) message. DOP helped me to understand that the universe is more arcane than it appears.
The Bermuda Triangle In Slovakia
The following is divided into two parts – 1) personal account (a paranormal story), and 2) Tribec – the Slovakia’s Bermuda Triangle.
1) Personal account
I have a friend, a Himalayan climber (Fero Kele is his name; check please his website – www.kele.sk – however, it is in Slovak, not in English, as translators are very expensive these days). He also led the first Czechoslovak expedition to Mount Everest (1984). I had met him overseas a really long time ago, where he had visited me on his journey around the world. After I returned home, we sometimes meet as friends. One our meeting occurred in autumn in 1988 (October) at Fero’s workplace. His workplace was near mine and we both sometimes exploited our lunchtime this way. I did not want to return late to my workplace, so I looked at his watch all the time, as I did not have any wristwatch. This made him a little bit nervous. He suddenly took off his watch and gave it to me.
My first impression was that he was joking. When he persisted that I keep his watch, I decided to keep it, although he surprised me very much (with his kindness). Here the first part of the story ends and the second begins.
A month later, he phoned me and suggested a meeting. I agreed, but I knew that there must have been a reason, as one month was a short time interval between our meetings. We usually meet after much longer intervals. This time we met at his home. He made me tea and then, for about half an hour, he kept asking me whether we were really alone at the time he gave me his watch. He looked anxious, or even frightened. Fero kept asking me if anybody could listen to us. I am sure that all Feros’ co-workers went out for lunch that day. Had I seen any third party there, I would have certainly told Fero about it, as it was a small office with three or four rooms only.
I had no idea why he asked me the same question so many times. Then he suddenly got up, went away to another room and returned with something in his hand. Bejesus, it was the same watch he gave me when we were in his office! I was looking at exactly the same watch I had on my hand.
What actually happened, he said, was that after about a week he found the same watch on the table at his office. His watch must have appeared there from heaven! The face of AOP is spooky, too.
2) Tribec – the Slovakia’s Bermuda Triangle
The list of people who are reported to have disappeared in the Slovak mountain range called Tribec grows. The difference between “just a disappearance” (that is, anywhere) and “a disappearance associated with a certain place” is very important in this article, as it makes the place look spooky.
We can explain a number of disappearances by simply saying that, for example, “he was just a boy”. Some people disappear from their own will and some do not. Many young people feel really like “big boys” (or “big girls”?) and they often leave their parents without saying them a word. If some offenders are behind disappearances of people, they leave at least some psychological traces behind, or some logical clues (sexual or financial motive, etc.).
You will be surprised to learn that quite a number of people behave strangely. However, finding a car (of someone who was on his way back home to his family) with several thousand dollars in it is in opposition to logic. This is Tribec. It is the place where behavior of strange people disappears together with the people.
Tribec, a wider country area, is part of the mountain range in Slovakia, and Slovak cities Trencín, Topolcany, Partizánske, Nitra, and Zlaté Moravce surround it. The satellite picture of Tribec will tell you that it has the face of a triangle elongation that extends into the Danubian Lowland. Some eight castles / relics of castles are in Tribec – the most famous of them is Gymes, which was built around the year 1253. Black Castle (built at the end of 13th century) is black as it sounds and also as it looks. The castle, built most probably on a much older prehistoric fortification site, is mentioned only in one historical document from 1516, when the Forgac family asked King for permission to wash gold in the region.
As I am interested in paranormal phenomena, I sometimes search the Internet and I keep updating my collection of them. One such “Internet excursion” led me to a source that was not wedged into any “New Age music”, so I decided to pay more attention to it. What I found was mostly information from someone’s travel diary – a personal homepage without any special focus on paranormal topics. This made me believe it was a source worth to get familiar with. The author informs readers about his travel experiences, but one particular page of his travel diary was dedicated to paranormal phenomena. I checked the information in other sources and found that they confirm the stories.
My website in the Slovak language (click on DOP) has more information on the matter than my English version of it – use Google translate and prepare to fall down from your chair. The link to the above source is at the bottom of my page (DOP).
I found that the disappearance object phenomenon (DOP) in relation to Tribec has its record already in the year 1250 when a guy reported that his building material constantly disappeared in the region.
People here have disappeared throughout a longer period of time, but I do not have all the relevant newspaper postings at hand, so all I can say is that the first such a case (mentioned in the above-mentioned travel-focused source) is reported to have happened in the year 1929 when, in a very tough winter (end of November), a 47-year-old forester (Mr. Samasly) disappeared here. The police searched the place afterwards, as the forester’s neighbors reported that Mr. Samasly vanished.
In December 1930, a family from a village in Tribec reported a similar case of inexplicable disappearance. A mother sent her 18-year-old daughter to a nearby village with food. Maria, her daughter, has never come back.
Although the same source about disappearances in Tribec contains a bigger list of persons who disappeared here, one of the cases is really striking. One day in 1995, the police stopped their car here near a bungalow court on their random patrol, as they saw an unmanned BMW parking just near the road (near a village in Tribec). They stopped here only because the car looked like it had slipped off the hill. The BMW was empty (the car was not locked) and the police found a lot of money in it (thousands of dollars). The police decided to wait for its driver but when he did not return in more than two hours, they gave up. He has never returned. This case of disappearance has never been solved either.
The list is surely bigger, but I think that only a few people associate these disappearances with the mystical power of Tribec and most newspaper postings about disappearances of people in Tribec remain consequently unnoticed – that is, the relationship between Tribec and these disappearances.
Although the police have a similar case (and cases) on their records from the region when they found an empty car in a village in Tribec in 1966 (two people disappeared and nobody has ever seen them since then), all these accounts have a few things in common – the disappearances in Tribec mostly occur in winter; no one has ever explained them; there is no record of violence; and all information about them is based on police data of missing persons. No esoteric soup, no New Age.
I was surprised to learn that Slovakia has its own Bermuda Triangle and the “Bermuda People” I happily share this information with the public. The winter is knocking on the door.