Cryptids, some of which are called “the fae” or “the fae folk”, are mysterious creatures that are said to exist but have not been proven to be real by science. Some people believe that these creatures, such as the Loch Ness Monster or the Chupacabra, exist in a different vibrational frequency that is not detectable by humans.
The concept of vibrational frequency is based on the idea that everything in the universe vibrates at a certain frequency, and that different frequencies can affect the way that we perceive things.
For example, some people believe that different colors have different vibrational frequencies and that this is why we see colors as we do.
If cryptids were to exist at a different vibrational frequency than humans, it would explain why we have not been able to find concrete evidence of their existence. We would not be able to see them or detect them with our current technology because they would be vibrating at a frequency that is outside of our range of perception.
However, this does not mean that we would never be able to detect these creatures. It is possible that we could develop technology or techniques that would allow us to detect a different vibrational frequency and see these cryptids for ourselves. Until then, their existence remains a mystery.
Despite the lack of concrete evidence, many people still believe in the existence of cryptids. For some, the idea of these mysterious creatures living among us adds a sense of wonder and mystery to the world. For others, the search for proof of their existence is a thrilling adventure and a way to challenge our current understanding of the natural world.
Regardless of whether or not cryptids actually exist at a different vibrational frequency, the idea is a fascinating one that continues to captivate the imaginations of people around the world. It is a reminder that there are still many mysteries out there waiting to be discovered, and that the world is full of possibilities.
The next, natural question in the line of thought would be,
Are we actually the fae folk in the scenario? Are we actually the ones who shift in and out of existence from their perspective? With no evidence to prove otherwise?