Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Do you believe in Teleportation?

Teleportation events date back as far as 1593, October 24th. The phenomenon itself fascinated earthers of the time. It was Charles Fort who coined the phrase "teleportation." which described the transportation of a person or object from one place to another.

So what happened on that October day in 1593? Seriously, does anyone have a real clue?

One particular noteworthy case occurred involving witnesses and a uniformed imperial guard appearing in Plaza Mayor in Mexico City. It was all very mysterious indeed.

The person was recognised as a palace guard for the Governor in the Philippines capital, Manila, whom people recall looked dazed and confused. He materialized out of no-where in the bright light of day looking like something out of Star Trek. When the villagers asked him who he was, he identified himself as Gil Perez. However he explained, he didn't understand how he ended up where he was. All was not what it seemed. Well well, rumours spread fast, "have we got a deserter, here?"

Gil Perez recounted his teleportation experience which began when the Governor, Gomez Perez Demarinas gave the order to have his head taken off! Why? cried the villagers in disbelief. "I spoke ill words of the Governor, I'm was so sorry. There can be no forgiveness, he said!" The Governor was not someone to be crossed. it was game over for me!. The villagers gasped horrified.


The blood from previous executions stained the wooden deck upon which numerous headless victims got split craniums and fell, gushing before blood thirsty spectators visiting the castle by invitation of the Governor. Perez felt weak at his knees and sick to the stomach. He rubbed his neck before being forced to place his head on the block.

 "No, way never, how can this be happening to be?" cried Perez begging for forgiveness. The block smelt awful. As a final insult to the condemned, the governor ordered the hooded executioner (who was a green alien with pointy ears) to use a blunt blade on Perez which added to the immense pain and suffering inflicted on victims. Perez screwed his eyes shut and hoped the axeman wouldn't botch the job as the blade cut through the air....

Later the Governor himself suffered an ill fate. Suffice to say no-one believed Gil Perez's story when he re-energized like Captain Kirk beaming down from the starship USS Enterprise NCC 1701 several days later in Plaza Mayor in Mexico City. But what really happened and who was the alien with pointy ears? No, instead Perez was arrested and chucked in jail as a deserter for abandoning his duty.


However upon close scrutiny his story actually held up. Years have passed but Records dating back to 1698 documenting this highly unlikely case were written by a religious historian. More witnesses testified that yes, Gil Perez was seen on duty as a palace guard the day before his mysterious appearance in Mexico.

 Why Governor Demarinas hated this guard isn't known. Gil Perez was sent back to Manila to retake his position as a palace guard and lived a seemingly uneventful life ever after. Believe it or not actually. These occurrences are actual real life events!  with elements of Star Trek but even still facts are facts!

Maybe somebody is having a laugh but one thing is clear. The records while contentious are indisputable. I've tried to give an accurate account of teleportation in 1593 which transpired in Mexico City. Did the Starship Enterprise save Gil Perez' neck by travelling back in time?

Would you have believed Gil Perez "Beam me down,Scotty story?"

Live Long and Prosper Trekkies, Niners and Trekkers! Enjoy Your Star Trekking.


Elephant's Child said...

There is so much I don't know that I rule very little out of the realms of possibility.
I do hope that there are no mind readers in my vicinity tough - my mind is my last bastion of privacy.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I had to go check out the story - wow.
I'd really like for teleportation to be real. Just no one let a fly near me when it happens.

Liz A. said...

I've never heard of this before. Sounds like it should appear on an episode of In Search Of or that new one they had on the CW this summer (which name escapes me).

Susan Kane said...

Oh, I wish that could be true, but I don't know. Have to go to that sight.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

I've heard of this before! (I used to read all the "weird occurrences" books and watch shows like In Search Of.) Such a freaky story.

SpacerGuy said...

I think theres a mini-spock around here somewhere EC, ready to give you a mind meld so stay tuned.

SpacerGuy said...

It turns out that teleportation isn't so far fetched after all. Its a work in progress. Scientists are close to cracking this phenomena in Denmark Alex.

SpacerGuy said...

imagine for a moment Liz, teleportation working like a fax machine transmission. Now it figures the original message exists while the copy (transported communication) appears at the destination co-ordinates but what about the original? Is that to be disposed of now? or do we keep two duplicate items?

SpacerGuy said...

Susan its true. This was all written up by a religious historian who never for a moment believed that Gil Perez died and went to Heaven.

SpacerGuy said...

Isn't it Diane? It's an interesting mystery but supposing alien lifeforms are real and living right now, here on planet Earth?

Tony Laplume said...

Got me stumped. Could have more mundane explanations. Likely does.

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