Pokemon are Real
Pokemon Master

Bloomsburg, PA

#1 Sep 3, 2011
Pokemon are real. Kids in my school persecute and make fun of me but I know they are real. In Narnia, a seemingly ordinary closet actually served as a portal to another dimension. While I don't believe the Christian nonsense, the similarity between Pokemon and (fake) Narnia is that the Pokemon world is in another dimension as well. The Japanese government seems to know about this though apparently keeps it a secret. Satoshi Tajiri wanted to make people aware though he couldn't come out directly with classified information, and therefore he created a video game and was able to profit from the franchise, much to the chagrin of government officials. I personally encountered some Pokemon in this dimension as well. People have been travelling across dimensions for centuries, and Pokemon have either been illegally trafficked into this dimension or have found a way to enter it themselves. Many mythological creatures claimed to exist which are found throughout cryptozoology may very well be Pokemon. Those who have been fortunate enough to have been given a chance to visit the Pokemon world or to see a Pokemon up close generally are humble, peace-loving individuals who are deemed worthy and trusted not to wreak havoc on their nature-loving socialist utopia. The people in the Pokemon world are more advanced than we are, yet prefer to live simple. They are down-to-Earth, honest, and generous and hospitable. They allow anyone into their houses, simply because their people just don't steal. There is no religion in their society, though there are legends passed down from generations about the creation of the world by Pokemon, which varies from region to region, as each region possesses different flora and fauna (Pokemon). The Pokemon and humans live together in harmony, as partners. Humans live for Pokemon, and vice versa. Though there is a dark underbelly to all of this peace and complacency. Every so often, a criminal organization springs up seemingly out of nowhere, is disbanded, and a new one emerges. Team Rocket is by far the most brutal, even going so far as to murder Pokemon and also cut off their tails while they are still alive, to be sold at a high price. The mere mention of Team Rocket strikes fear into the hearts of all Pokemon world inhabitants. Team Rocket as an organization is ruthless and power-hungry. They are not all like Jesse and James, who have good hearts despite joining for personal reasons such as a need for action and adventure. Though the rest of the organizations (Team Aqua/Magma, Team Plasma, etc.) since tended to be led by a passionate, yet misguided youth who eventually realized the error of his ways. Yes, many have tried to dominate and it's all thanks to the courage of a few exceptional trainers and their Pokemon that these villians had not succeeded. These trainers are known as Champions or Masters and are revered by all. I have defeated every Champion in the Pokemon world and I am the current Master. I have conquered every region. The truth about Ash Ketchum is that he is a narcissist, a show-off, and a braggart. He tells stories of conquest to visitors who end up believing him, as they don't know any better. When Satoshi created his character, he made him appear youthful according to the real Ash Ketchum's stories of when he was a boy. But now the real Ash Ketchum is old and gray, and even as a youth he had been a complete nobody. Gary had a long reign as Champion before I conquered, and that is the truth. Ash could never stand a chance. Anyway, yes, just believe and you will see Pokemon and maybe even their original world. There are even websites dedicated to Pokemon being real, and they are not a joke. The people there have proof and will help you if they trust you enough. I saw Pidgey, Goldeen, Jolteon, Flareon, Charmander, Geodude, Ho-oh, and many others in this realm alone. I encourage all Trainers to go forth on their quest. This is real and not a kid thing. Don't let anyone discourage you.
Blonde Ash

Wakefield, RI

#3 Mar 23, 2013
I too have seen but mere shadows of Pokemon. I have felt Kyurem, seed the shadow of a Chimecho, a Latios, a Latias, a Raquaza, and I have seen other evidence. Many are aware, and My God in heaven has let me know. I would say that there are religions though, much like Judaism and Christianity, but involving the legends. God has said something to me about this. I feel that someday God will take me there someday soon, and I can have a much more interesting life. God has already given me a good life, and someday, weather I go there or not, God has promised me a Pokemon adventure. I am ready, as many others are.

“PSN: ArceusNoOokami99”

Since: Sep 11

3DS XL: 1177-7010-4165

#5 Apr 1, 2013
Blonde Ash wrote:
I too have seen but mere shadows of Pokemon. I have felt Kyurem, seed the shadow of a Chimecho, a Latios, a Latias, a Raquaza, and I have seen other evidence. Many are aware, and My God in heaven has let me know. I would say that there are religions though, much like Judaism and Christianity, but involving the legends. God has said something to me about this. I feel that someday God will take me there someday soon, and I can have a much more interesting life. God has already given me a good life, and someday, weather I go there or not, God has promised me a Pokemon adventure. I am ready, as many others are.
arceus is a pokemon-ification of god.
Blonde Ash

Wakefield, RI

#6 Apr 4, 2013
Death Lucifer wrote:
<quoted text> arceus is a pokemon-ification of god.
You mean, like Jesus' main pokemon?
Sukura Davis

Arlington, VA

#7 Apr 15, 2013
Blonde Ash wrote:
I too have seen but mere shadows of Pokemon. I have felt Kyurem, seed the shadow of a Chimecho, a Latios, a Latias, a Raquaza, and I have seen other evidence. Many are aware, and My God in heaven has let me know. I would say that there are religions though, much like Judaism and Christianity, but involving the legends. God has said something to me about this. I feel that someday God will take me there someday soon, and I can have a much more interesting life. God has already given me a good life, and someday, weather I go there or not, God has promised me a Pokemon adventure. I am ready, as many others are.
um...
Blonde Ash

Washington, DC

#8 Apr 16, 2013
Sukura Davis wrote:
<quoted text> um...
anything wrong?
Sukura Davis

Arlington, VA

#9 Apr 16, 2013
Blonde Ash wrote:
<quoted text>anything wrong?
"(Blonde Ash)God has said something to me about this. I feel that someday God will take me there someday soon, and I can have a much more interesting life. God has already given me a good life, and someday, weather I go there or not, God has promised me a Pokemon adventure. I am ready, as many others are." this part im umming about.
Sukura Davis

Arlington, VA

#10 Apr 16, 2013
oh-ya, im a story writer. so, please look at my storys if you have a chance!( so far creating book topixs: book 2 Catville, and book 1 Catville.) i have not started typing book 1 because im missing the first 2 chapters. which, is at my school(in my desk) in a pink folder.

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