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Dee Finney's blog
start date July 20, 2011
Today's date January 27, 2012
TOPIC: ANIMAL MUTILATIONS AROUND THE WORLD - WHY?
this is from coasttocoastam.com radio show from last night - January 26, 2012.
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed horse mutilations that occurred in Jan. 2011 in England, a large aerial craft and missing time that several witnesses experienced in Utah during Dec. 2011, the issues for Americans in regards to the National Defense Authorization Act, and the dangers of genetically modified crops to humans and animals. Her first report delved into 4 black stallion mutilations in southwestern England, where eyes and body parts were removed with bloodless excisions. The police have been trying to repress the incidents and telling media the deaths were from "natural causes" and predation. She spoke with Tanya Ingram, the owner of the third mutilated horse, who suggested the police were trying to cover-up the incidents. She also described seeing strange balls of light in the sky above their pasture in 2009; the next day her neighbor reported that three goats had gone missing. More here.
Linda interviewed "C.A.," a 30-year-old woman who was driving south on I-15 from Ogden, Utah, on December 13, 2011. A sudden, intense headache forced her to pull over to the highway's shoulder. The next moment she opened her eyes and was shocked by bright blue, orange-gold and white lights in front of her on a large aerial craft hovering over the road. Confused about what was happening, she got out to take cell phone photos, where other cars had stopped. C.A. said she and the other drivers could not start their cars and realized they were on Legacy Parkway west of Bountiful and not on I-15, and had no idea how the physical re-location had taken place. She did not reach her home until 3:30 AM, nearly an hour later than she was expected. Further details and photos here.
In her third report, Linda sought out reactions to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which Obama signed into law on New Year's Eve. With its passage, Americans could be subject to detention under military authority instead of the American legal system. Christopher Anders, Senior Legal Counsel with the ACLU, cited one of the problems with the statute was that it does not tell you who is making the decision in an individual case. "So it says that the president has this authority, but it's not saying is it the president alone who makes this decision. Is it people in the military itself? Is it civilians in the military? Is it government bureaucrats somewhere?," he questioned. Harvard Professor Mark Tushnet told Linda he thought the Act was both "unnecessary and dangerous." Further info.
Hard evidence is mounting that genetically modified crops (GMOs) are dangerous to animals and humans that eat them. Yet, Monsanto got Obama Administration approval to distribute another GMO corn. Linda spoke with Jeffrey M. Smith, director of the Institute for Responsible Technology, who has documented health risks from genetically engineered foods. He noted that in the November election in California, there's a possible ballot initiative for the mandatory labeling of GMOs. This could be a game changer, he said, if the initiative gets on the ballot and passes, as it's been found that most Americans would avoid GMOs if they saw the label. More.
NOTE: I FOUND IT INTERESTING THAT THE POLICE DO NOT WANT TO REPORT THESE CASES TO THE PUBLIC BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT THE PUBLIC TO BE AFRAID? SHOUULDN'T WE KNOW ABOUT CRIMES SO WE CAN DEFEND OURSELVES?
THE WOMAN IN ENGLAND DECIDED T OGET ON FACEBOOK.COM AND REPORT THE CASES. SHE IS HEARING FROM OTHER PEOPLE ON FACEBOOK.COM AND REPORTING THEIR CASES AS WELL.
THIS IS WHAT I FOUND ON FACEBOOK.COM http://www.facebook.com/search/results.php?q=genital%20mutilation&init=spell&tas=0.6030299715612406&sc_oq=genital%20mutiliation&sc_h=563164736&sc_a=cs&ab=T_TA_ROMANIZATION&sc_r=1#!/pages/Alien-Animal-Mutilations/205185012903877
HERE IS A VIDEO THAT WAS SHARED: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1BaMeAje2E&feature=related
Cattle mutilation (also known as bovine excision) is the apparent killing and mutilation of cattle under unusual or anomalous circumstances. Sheep and horses have allegedly been mutilated under similar circumstances.
A hallmark of these incidents is the surgical nature of the mutilation, and unexplained phenomena such as the complete draining of the animal's blood, loss of internal organs with no obvious point of entry, and surgically precise removal of the reproductive organs and anal coring. Another reported event is that the animal is found dumped in an area where there are no marks or tracks leading to or from the carcass, even when it is found in soft ground or mud. The surgical-type wounds tend to be cauterized by an intense heat and made by very sharp/precise instruments, with no bleeding evident. Often flesh will be removed to the bone in an exact manner, consistent across cases, such as removal of flesh from around the jaw exposing the mandible.
Since the time that reports of purported animal mutilations began, the causes have been attributed variously to natural decomposition, normal predators, cryptid predators (like the Chupacabra), extraterrestrials, secretive governmental or military agencies, and cults. "Mutilations" have been the subject of two independent federal investigations in the United States
Charles Fort collected many accounts of cattle mutilations that occurred in England in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Reports of mutilated cattle first surfaced in the United States in the early 1960s when it was allegedly largely confined to the states of Pennsylvania and Kansas. The phenomenon remained largely unknown outside cattle raising communities until 1967, when the Pueblo Chieftain in Pueblo, Colorado published a story about a horse named Lady who was mutilated in mysterious circumstances, which was then picked up by the wider press and distributed nationwide; this case was also the first to feature speculation that extraterrestrial beings and unidentified flying objects were associated with mutilation.
The first allegedly strange death of livestock comes from near Alamosa, Colorado, in 1967. The real name of the animal was Lady, but the media quickly adopted the name "Snippy" (the name of another horse at the ranch), which stuck.
On September 7 of that year, Agnes King and her son Harry noted that Lady, a three-year-old horse, had not returned to the ranch at the usual time for her water. This was unusual, given the heat and the arid conditions.
Harry found Lady on September 9. Her head and neck had been skinned and defleshed, the bones were white and clean. To King, the cuts on Lady seemed to have been very precise. There was no blood at the scene, according to Harry, and there was a strong medicinal odor in the air.
The next day, Harry and Agnes returned to the scene with Agnes’ brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Lewis. They found a lump of skin and horse flesh; when Mrs. Lewis touched it, the flesh oozed a greenish fluid which burned her hand. They also reported the discovery of fifteen "tapering, circular exhaust marks punched into the ground" over an area of some 5000 square yards. (Saunders and Harkins, 156) The medicinal odor had weakened somewhat, but was still present.
Mrs. Lewis contacted the United States Forest Service, and Ranger Duane Martin was sent to investigate. Among other tasks, Martin "checked the area with a civil defense Geiger counter. He reported finding a considerable increase in radioactivity about two city blocks from the body." (Saunders and Harkins, 157) Later, Martin would state, "The death of this saddle pony is one of the most mysterious sights I’ve ever witnessed ... I’ve seen stock killed by lightning, but it was never like this." (ibid., 159)
After trying to interest other authorities with little success, Mrs. Lewis turned to her professional connections: she wrote occasionally for the Pueblo Chieftain. Her account of Lady's strange death was published in that newspaper, and was picked up by the Associated Press on October 5, 1967. Soon, much of the United States knew the tale of Lady’s death, and other reports of similar phenomena in Colorado emerged.
That same day, an account by Superior Court Judge Charles E. Bennett of Denver, Colorado, saw publication. Bennett and his wife claimed to have witnessed “three reddish-orange rings in the sky. They maintained a triangular formation, moved at a high speed, and made a humming sound.” (Saunders and Harkins, 157) The civilian UFO research group NICAP became involved in the case as well, and some people speculated that UFOs were somehow involved with Snippy’s death.
Shortly thereafter, an anonymous Denver pathologist’s account of his necropsy saw publication. Lady’s brain and abdominal organs were missing, he said, and there was no material in the spinal column. The pathologist insisted on anonymity, he said, due to fear his reputation would be damaged with involvement in such a high-profile case.
The Condon Committee, then at the University of Colorado, sent its coordinator, Robert Low, to investigate. Low brought in Dr Robert O. Adams, head of Colorado State University’s Veterinary and Biomedical Science School.
Adams examined Lady and the evidence. He concluded there were "No unearthly causes, at least not to my mind." (Saunders and Harkins, 164) Adams noted a severe infection in Lady’s hindquarters, and speculated that someone had come across the dying horse and slit its throat in order to end its misery. Then, Adams said, scavengers had inflicted the rest of the damage to the horse.
To some, this settled the question, but Mrs. Lewis argued that Adams’ conclusions failed to account for the lack of blood at the scene and the medicinal odor.
Low reported that he’d located the "anonymous pathologist"; Low said that the man was "widely misquoted" and was furthermore not a pathologist. The man's opinions of Snippy's death generally matched Adams', said Low. Jerome Clark later identifies the anonymous man as hematologist John H. Altshuler. (Clark, 17).
By the mid 1970s, mutilated cattle were reported in 15 states, from Montana and South Dakota in the north, to New Mexico and Texas in the south.
Democratic senator Floyd K. Haskell contacted the FBI asking for help in 1975 due to public concern regarding the issue. He claimed there had been 130 mutilations in Colorado alone.
In 1998, documented photographic evidence of a 1994 mutilation surfaced that involved a  human being outside of Sao Paulo, Brazil. An autopsy report concluded the procedure occurred while the victim was still alive, and the associated pain resulted in cardiac arrest. The victim's identity was kept private.
In May 2001, 200 goats were mutilated in Panggang District of Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
In most cases mutilation wounds appear to be clean, and carried out surgically. Mutilated animals are usually, though not always reported to have been drained of blood, and have no sign of blood in the immediate area or around their wounds.
George E. Onet, a doctor of veterinary microbiology and cattle mutilation investigator claims that allegedly mutilated cattle are avoided by large scavengers "such as coyotes, wolves, foxes, dogs, skunks, badgers, and bobcats" for several days after its death. Similarly, domestic animals are also reported to be "visibly agitated" and "fearful" of the carcass.
In FBI records from 1975, mutilations of the eye occurred in 14 percent of cases, mutilation of the tongue in 33 percent of cases, mutilation of the genitals in 74 percent of cases, and mutilation of the rectum in 48 percent of cases. According to a later survey taken by the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), mutilation of the eye occurred in 59 percent of cases, mutilation of the tongue in 42 percent of cases, the genitals in 85 percent of cases, and the rectum in 76 percent of cases.
According to Dr. Howard Burgess, nearly 90 percent of mutilated cattle are between four and five years old.
Some mutilations are said to occur in very brief periods. A 2002 NIDS report relates a 1997 case from Utah. Two ranchers tagged a specific calf, then continued tagging other animals in the same pasture. The ranchers were, at the most, about 300 yards from the calf. Less than an hour later, the first calf was discovered completely eviscerated—most muscle and all internal organs were missing. There was no blood, entrails, or apparent disturbance at the scene. Independent analysts both uncovered marks on the calf's remains consistent with two different types of tools: a large, machete-type blade, and smaller, more delicate scissors.
The absence of tracks or footprints around the site of the mutilated carcass is often considered a hallmark of cattle mutilation. However, in some cases, strange marks or imprints near the site have been found. In the famous "Snippy" case, there was an absolute absence of tracks in a 100 ft radius of the carcass (even the horse's own tracks disappeared within 100 ft of the body.) But within this radius several small holes were found seemingly "punched" in the ground and two bushes were absolutely flattened. In Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, June 1976, a "trail of suction cup-like impressions" were found leading from a mutilated three-year-old cow. The indentations were in a tripod form, 4 inches in diameter, 28 inches apart, and disappeared 500 feet from the dead cow. Similar incidents were reported in the area in 1978.
Although the exact nature of mutilations varies from case to case, a typical mutilation may involve any or all of the following: -
Laboratory reports carried out on some mutilated animals have shown unusually high or low levels of vitamins or minerals in tissue samples, and the presence of chemicals not normally found in animals. However, not all mutilated animals display these anomalies, and those that do have slightly different anomalies from one another. On account of the time between death and necropsy, and a lack of background information on specific cattle, investigators have often found it impossible to determine if these variations are connected to the animals' deaths or not.
In one case documented by New Mexico police and the FBI, an 11 month old cross Hereford-Charolais bull, belonging to a Mr. Manuel Gomez of Dulce, New Mexico, was found mutilated on March 24, 1978. It displayed 'classic' mutilation signs, including the removal of the rectum and sex organs with what appeared to be “a sharp and precise instrument” and its internal organs were found to be inconsistent with a normal case of death followed by predation.
The animal's heart as well as bone and muscle samples were sent to the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory for microscopic and bacteriological studies, while samples from the animal's liver were sent to two separate private laboratories.
Los Alamos detected the presence of naturally occurring Clostridium bacteria in the heart, but was unable to reach any conclusions because of the possibility that the bacteria represented postmortem contamination. They did not directly investigate the heart's unusual color or texture.
Samples from the animal's liver were found to be completely devoid of copper and to contain 4 times the normal level of zinc, potassium and phosphorus. The scientists performing the analysis were unable to explain these anomalies.
Blood samples taken at the scene were reported to be "light pink in color" and “Did not clot after several days” while the animal's hide was found to be unusually brittle for a fresh death (the animal was estimated to have been dead for 5 hours) and the flesh underneath was found to be discolored.
None of the laboratories were able to report any firm conclusions on the cause of the blood or tissue damage. At the time, it was suggested that a burst of radiation may have been used to kill the animal, blowing apart its red blood cells in the process. This hypothesis was later discarded as subsequent reports from the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory later confirmed the presence of anti-coagulants in samples taken from other cows mutilated in the region.
As with most disputed phenomena, there are a number of potential explanations to cattle mutilations, ranging from death by natural causes to purposeful acts by unknown individuals.
After coming under increasing public pressure, Federal authorities launched a comprehensive investigation of the mutilation phenomenon. In May 1979, the case was passed on to the FBI, which granted jurisdiction under Title 18 (codes 1152 and 1153). The investigation was dubbed "Operation Animal Mutilation."
The investigation was funded by a US$44,170 grant from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, and was headed by FBI agent Kenneth Rommel. It had five key objectives:
Rommel's final report was 297 pages long and cost approximately US$45,000. It concluded that mutilations were predominantly the result of natural predation, but that some contained anomalies that could not be accounted for by conventional wisdom. The FBI was unable to identify any individuals responsible for the mutilations. Details of the investigation are now available under the Freedom of Information Act.
Prior to the involvement of the FBI, the ATF launched their own investigation of the phenomenon. It concluded further investigation was necessary, but was unable to determine what was behind the phenomenon. The scope of the ATF investigation was limited to a single suspected cause.
Both federal investigations were preceded (and followed, to some extent) by a state level investigation carried out by enforcement officials in New Mexico. This investigation reported finding evidence that some mutilated animals had been tranquilized and treated with an anti-coagulant prior to their mutilation (page 13). It also contended that alleged surgical techniques performed during mutilations had become 'more professional' over time (page 13). However, officers in charge were unable to determine responsibility or motive.
The ATF investigation was headed by ATF Agent Donald Flickinger. The New Mexico investigation was headed by Officer Gabriel L Veldez of the New Mexico Police, with the assistance of Cattle Inspector Jim Dyad and Officer Howard Johnston of the New Mexico Department of Game nomena – including the action of predators, parasites and scavengers.
Missing or mutilated mouth, lips, anus and genitalia are explained as:
Missing/mutilated eyes and soft internal organs are explained as:
Absence of blood is explained as:
Surgical incisions in the skin are explained as:
The hypothesis that natural phenomena account for most mutilation characteristics has been validated by a number of experiments, including one cited by long-time scientific skeptic Robert T. Carroll, conducted by Washington County (Arkansas) Sheriff's Department. In the experiment, the body of a recently deceased cow was left in a field and observed for 48 hours. During the 48 hours, postmortem bloating was reported to have caused incision-like tears in the cow's skin that matched the "surgical" cuts reported on mutilated cows, while the action of blowflies and maggots reportedly matched the soft tissue damage observed on mutilated cows. No explanation was made however, for the entire absence of any blood.
Experiments have also been conducted to compare the different reactions of surgically cut hide/flesh and predated hide/flesh to natural exposure. They demonstrated pronounced differences between surgical cut and non surgical cuts over time. This article does not address tearing due to bloating.
Some ranchers have disputed the more scientifically mainstream "natural causes hypothesis" on the grounds that the mutilated animals often fall outside of the normal categories of natural deaths by predation or disease. One reason cited is that the animals were healthy and showed no sign of disease prior to death, and were large and strong enough not to be a likely target for a predator. In some cases, ranchers have reported that the mutilated cattle were among the healthiest and strongest animals in their herd.
Other critics of the accepted position include investigators involved in paranormal and UFO research organizations, such as "National Institute for Discovery Science" which report the discovery of anomalies in necropsies which, they claim, cannot be explained by natural processes.
It is alternatively hypothesised that cattle mutilations are the result of two unrelated deviant phenomena. The bulk of mutilations are the result of predation and other natural processes, and those with anomalies that cannot be explained in this way are the work of humans who derive pleasure or sexual stimulation from mutilating animals.
Attacks against animals are a recognized phenomenon. There have been many recorded cases around the world, and many convictions. Typically the victims of such attacks are cats, dogs and other family pets, and the actions of humans are usually limited to acts of cruelty such as striking, burning or beating animals. However, attacks have also been recorded against larger animals, including sheep, cows and horses. Humans, particularly those with sociopathic disorders, have been found to have mutilated animals in elaborate ways using knives or surgical instruments.
On April 20, 1979, Dr. C Hibbs of the New Mexico State Veterinary diagnostics Laboratory spoke before a hearing chaired by Senator Harrison Schmitt. Dr. Hibbs testified that mutilation fell into three categories, one of which was animals mutilated by humans (page 25). FBI records did not record the percentage of mutilated animals that fell into this category.
The standard criminal charge for mutilating an animal, including cattle, is animal cruelty.
Closely related to the deviant hypothesis is the hypothesis that cattle mutilations are the result of cult activity. However, contrary to the deviancy hypothesis, which holds that cattle are mutilated at random by individual deviants, the cult hypothesis holds that cattle mutilations are coordinated acts of ritual sacrifice carried out by organized groups.
Beliefs held by proponents of the cult hypothesis vary, but may include:
The hypothesis that cults were responsible for cattle mutilation was developed in the U.S. during the 1970s, a time of growing national concern over cults issues. It became a social phenomenon in areas where cattle were being mutilated and there were several panics when it was claimed that cattle mutilations were a 'warm up' in preparation for human sacrifices.
In 1975, the US Treasury Department assigned Donald Flickinger to investigate the existence of connections between cults and the mutilation of cattle(Page 23). The operation came under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
Flickinger recorded a number of 'unusual' incidents and circumstantial evidence, but was unable to find sufficient evidence of cult involvement for the ATF to take further action. Media reports of the time reported his investigation was dropped when it was determined cattle deaths were not a prelude to a co-ordinated campaign against elected officials by cult members (Page 23).
However, there were various reports during the time of menacing groups prowling around mutilation sites. In September 1975, a forestry service employee in Blaine County, Idaho, reported seeing a group of people in black hooded robes. Several cattle were found mutilated in the area the following day. On October 9, 1975, a motorist on U.S Highway 95 in northern Idaho, in an area of frequent cattle mutilation, reported to police that some 15 masked individuals formed a roadblock with linked arms, forcing him to turn around.
Public interest in the cult hypothesis waned during the 1980s, but interest was maintained by proponents such as the Colorado based television evangelist Bob Larson, who campaigned to raise public awareness of links between cattle mutilations and cult activity through his ministry and radio shows.
Another proponent of the cult hypothesis is Montana author Roberta Donovan. In her 1976 publication "Mystery Stalks the Prairie" she documents the experiences of Deputy Sheriff Keith Wolverton of Great Falls, Cascade County, investigating cattle mutilations with suspected cult involvement.
Since the beginning of the cult hypothesis, law enforcement agents in several states and provinces, including Alberta, Idaho, Montana, and Iowa have reported evidence implicating cults in several instances of cattle mutilations. but does not prove involvement beyond reasonable doubt.
During their investigations, the FBI and the ATF were unable to find appropriate evidence, including signs of consistency between mutilations, to substantiate that the animals had been the victims of any form of ritual sacrifice or organized mutilation effort. They were also unable to determine how or why a cult would perform procedures that would result in the anomalies reported in some necropsies (Page 3), or to verify that the anomalies were 1) connected to the mutilations themselves 2) the result of human intervention.
In most cases, mutilations were either ruled due to natural causes, or the cattle were too far decayed for any useful conclusions to be drawn. Some cases of cult hysteria were traced back to fabrication by individuals unrelated to the incident. In one case it was concluded that claims had been falsified by a convict seeking favorable terms on his sentence in exchange for information (Page 23-24) (Page 14-15). In another case, claims were traced back to local high school students who had circulated rumors as a joke. (Page 21)
During the early 1970s one of the hypotheses that emerged to explain cattle mutilations was that they were being perpetrated by shell-shocked Vietnam veterans who were recreating scenes of torture that they had either seen committed against US troops by Vietnamese guerrillas, or that they had themselves committed against Vietnamese fighters.
In his 1997 article “Dead Cows I've Known”, cattle mutilation researcher Charles T. Oliphant speculates cattle mutilation to be the result of covert research into emerging cattle diseases, and the possibility they could be transmitted to humans.
Oliphant posits the NIH, CDC, or other federally funded bodies, may be involved, and they are supported by the US military. Part of his hypothesis is based on allegations that human pharmaceuticals have been found in mutilated cattle, and on the necropsies that show cattle mutilations commonly involve areas of the animal that relate to “input, output and reproduction”. To support his hypothesis, Oliphant cites the Reston ebolavirus case in which plain clothes military officers, traveling in unmarked vehicles, entered a research facility in Reston, Virginia, to secretly retrieve and destroy animals that were contaminated with a highly infectious disease.
Additionally, a 2002 NIDS report relates the eyewitness testimony of two Cache County, Utah, police officers. The area had seen many unusual cattle deaths, and ranchers had organized armed patrols to surveil the unmarked aircraft which they claimed were associated with the livestock deaths. The police witnesses claim to have encountered several men in an unmarked U.S. Army helicopter in 1976 at a small community airport in Cache County. The witnesses asserted that after this heated encounter, cattle mutilations in the region ceased for about five years.
Biochemist Colm Kelleher, who has investigated several purported mutilations first-hand, argues that the mutilations are most likely a clandestine U.S. Government effort to track the spread of Bovine spongiform encephalopathy ("mad cow disease") and related diseases, such as scrapie.
Theories of government involvement in cattle mutilation have been further fueled by "black helicopter" sightings near mutilation sites. On April 8, 1979, three police officers in Dulce, New Mexico, reported a mysterious aircraft which resembled a U.S. military helicopter hovering around a site following a wave of mutilation which claimed 16 cows. On July 15, 1974, two unregistered helicopters, a white helicopter and a black twin-engine aircraft, opened fire on Robert Smith Jr. while he was driving his tractor on his farm in Honey Creek, Iowa[disambiguation needed ]. This attack followed a rash of mutilations in the area and across the nearby border in Nebraska. The reports of "helicopter" involvement have been used to explain why some cattle appear to have been "dropped" from considerable heights.
Various hypotheses suggest cattle mutilations have been committed by aliens gathering genetic material for unknown purposes. Most of these hypotheses are based on the premise that earthly entities could not perform such clean dissections in such a short space of time without being seen or leaving evidence behind at the mutilation site, and around laboratory reports suggesting the use of unconventional cutting tools and other unexpected phenomena. Some suggest that as cows make up a significant part of the global human diet a study is being carried out on this element of the human food chain. Numerous speculative theories abound, but others center on possible specific nutrient requisites, hormone procurement, species propagation (reproduction), and rote experimentation on mammalian populations.
In his 1999 publication “The AIDS-ET Connection” UFO researcher Phillip S Duke proposes the hypothesis that aliens have been using commercial cattle stocks to incubate and research the HIV/AIDS virus.
Duke claims cattle blood is harvested in order to obtain virus samples and identifies some of the mutilation sites on carcasses (primarily the anus and genitals) as being the HIV/AIDS transmission sites in humans, or as likely sites for tissue sampling to take place. He also speculates that mutilations of the ear are the result of aliens removing tracking implants.
To support his hypothesis, Duke cites findings by Texas A&M University Professor James Womack, that humans and cattle share substantial number of chromosomes, and he expressed the belief these similarities makes them the logical choice for large scale biological incubation and experimentation on subjects for human pathogens, in the same way that horses have been used to produce Tetanus treatments.
“HIV has only one natural host, humans, and logically would require a genetically similar animal host for replication” -Philip S Duke.
This hypothesis is inconsistent with the accepted medical knowledge about the origin of AIDS and that the primates from which the strains of HIV are believed to have originated through zoonosis, would have higher genetic similarity to humans. The broader genetic similarity of cattle (or indeed all mammals) to humans does not necessarily translate into the proper immunologic markers for virus transmission.
The American speed metal band Rigor Mortis recorded a song called "Cattle Mutilation" on their 1989 album Freaks. The song is speculative in nature, making reference to both cults and UFOs as the cause of the phenomenon.
WHY IS RED BLUFF SUCH A HOT SPOT FOR
UFO / CATTLE MUTILATION ACTIVITY?
Sent: Tuesday, May 15,
2007 1:45 PM
Subject: Crop circles reported in Red Bluff,
Mark Fussell from the
Crop Circle Connector forwarded me an email from a reporter from the
Record Searchlight regarding
a reported crop circle located in Red Bluff,
“Three crop circles
could be seen in the field across the street from Helser Chevrolet on
The report included two photos:
photo by Rebecca Wolf
I tracked down the location of the field,
and it is located alongside the
I’ve contacted Steve Moreno (a founding member of the ICCRA) who is Director of PsiApplications, and Ruben Uriarte (ICCRA) who is also a MUFON CA state director. They are on their way to do an on-site investigation, so more details will be pending. Right now, the only details we have is that the crop circle was first reported on Friday, May 11, 2007 and that there are three circles in the field. Lots more work to do…
More details to come…stay tuned.
All the best,
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BARRY CHAMISH - ISRAEL
We walked outside and saw a burnt circle of six ft. diameter around the dog's pen. A foam cushion within was melted by the heat yet there were no charcoals or anything hinting at fuel to be seen. "The dog has been terrified ever since," Coby explained.
Next to make headlines was the Gueta animal mutilations of Moshav Porat, two miles from Kadima. Rachel Gueta awoke and found her dog whining. Its eyes had been removed bloodlessly. Twenty minutes later it died. She proceeded to the sheep pen and saw all three sheep dead. Their cheeks had been shaved and a 2 cm hole drilled through the bone. All blood had been drained and the animals would not rot, even five months after being thrown in the local dump. Next she went to her chicken coop and found all 35 birds frozen dead in their roosts. There had been no panic among them at the time of death. Outside the coop was a 4.5 meter crop circle, typical of the Kadima wave of 1993.
I phoned my producer at Sightings and told her the stories. She told me later she didn't believe me and there were discussions about cancelling the filming because of my unreliability. My faxing her newspaper reports of the one ton Yatzitz giant saved the project.
And to this day, I think the aliens decided to help me out. After the Sightings crew began its filming, those otherworld forces provided us with almost live action.
http://www.greatdreams.com/chamish.htm includes free chapters from his UFO book.
CASE FILE #15:
From: "THE HARVEST CONTINUES: ANIMAL MUTILATION UPDATE", article by Linda Moulton Howe, in "UFO" Magazine, Vol.5, No.4, 1990 (pp.16-17):
"...Throughout the history of the animal mutilations, since 1967, there have been numerous eyewitness accounts of large, glowing disks or 'silent helicopters' over pastures where dead animals were later found. One Waco, Texas rancher said he encountered two four-foot tall, light green-colored 'creatures' with large, black, slanted eyes, carrying a calf which was later found dead and mutilated. In 1983, a Missouri couple watched through binoculars as two small beings in tight-fitting silver suits worked on a cow in a nearby pasture. The alien heads were large and white in color. Nearby, a tall, green-skinned 'lizard man' stood glaring with eyes slit by vertical pupils like a crocodiles..."
BRAINTON'S CASE FILES http://www.greatdreams.com/reptilian-humanoids.htm
Editor's Note: This text was extracted, with permission, from chapter
3 ("Other Beings, Other Worlds") of Linda Moulton Howe's book, Glimpses of
Other Realities - Vol. II: High Strangeness (Paper Chase Press, USA, 1998,
(see review in NEXUS 5/05).
About the Author: Linda Moulton Howe is a graduate of Stanford University, USA, and has a Masters degree in communication. She is a science and environment reporter for radio and television, and reporter and editor on www.earthfiles.com and with Premiere Radio Networks. For the last seven years without interruption, she has reported news for both Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell and Dreamland on Sundays.
Linda's film documentaries, A Strange Harvest and Strange Harvests
1993, explored the worldwide animal mutilations phenomenon. Her books
include An Alien Harvest; Glimpses of Other Realities Vol. I: Facts &
Eyewitnesses; and, most recently, Glimpses of Other Realities Vol. II: High
Strangeness. These are available on the Internet via amazon.com and
barnes&noble.com. Linda's books and videos can also be obtained through
NEXUS offices in Australia, NZ, UK and the Netherlands.
WHAT DO REPTILIANS REALLY LOOK LIKE ? http://www.greatdreams.com/reptlan/reps.htm
lINDA mOULTON hOWED IS THE UFO REPORTER ON COASTTOCOASTAM.COM RADIO ON RHURSDAY NIGHTS.
By Rob Solàrion
For many people the name "Dulce" is instantly recognizable. If you google for < dulce+ufo >, you'll bring up 247,000 possible webpages. Pictured above, to the right of the light poles, is the nefarious Archuleta Mesa, where the reptilian aliens from Outer Space supposedly have an underground base of at least seven levels, the lowermost of which extend out under the sleepy, little Apache Indian village of Dulce itself. All sorts of horrific experiments are reportedly being conducted on these various levels, especially at levels six and seven. For example, they are said to be conducting experiments to determine how to extract the "soul" and "spirit" from a human being and "transplant" them into some of their reptilian volunteers. Perhaps this is part of the "training process" for reptilian spies who infiltrate human society, by masquerading as humans.
The word "dulce" is Spanish for primarily the English word "sweet", but it can also mean "fresh" or "pleasant" or "agreeable". Probably the Spanish conquistadores thought that Dulce was a "pleasant" place to live and so named it that.
As the crow flies, Dulce is only about five miles from the Colorado border, and the Archuleta Mesa rises north of Dulce about halfway in between. The following graphic is from Google maps, a hybrid graphic with the highway overlaid on the topographical satellite image. Dulce is easy to find because it is located exactly at the V-shaped turn of the highway. I have placed a reddish dot on the graphic at the location of Dulce. There is a dirt road that runs from Dulce to the top of Archuleta Mesa, just above the shadowy ridges north of Dulce. As I recall, one of the local Apache men said that it was a distance of about six miles, since this dirt road would be going uphill and curving around at the same time, making it longer than the straight-line distance.
As soon as I decided to visit New Mexico, I knew at once that I would have to visit Dulce, since I have heard so much about it. Carrie and I arrived in Dulce around mid-afternoon, following an easy drive through the mountains and across the Continental Divide, which near Dulce reaches an elevation of about 11,000 feet. Most of the scenery along the route from Tierra Amarilla to Chama and Dulce looked about the same as the scenery elsewhere, so I did not waste any time stopping for additional photographs.
Approaching the town, we saw a billboard advertising the Best Western Inn and Restaurant at Dulce. I suggested that we first stop there and make some inquiries. Dulce's population is only about 2,700. To a certain extent, it is merely a "wide spot" in the road, although it does host the Jicarilla Apache Headquarters and the Apache Nugget Casino, which according to the Official New Mexico State Atlas is located about halfway between Dulce and Archuleta. As with other Indian casinos, this Apache Casino must be drawing people into Dulce to gamble, even from southern Colorado. Gamblers would think nothing of driving only an hour to the nearest casino. Nevertheless, for all practical purposes Dulce is way out in the middle of nowhere, and I had no idea of what to expect to hear about the Alien Base. Near the Best Western Inn there was also a sign indicating that visitor information could be obtained here, so we turned in and parked.
Inside the motel we were greeted by a tall, handsome Apache man. "May I help you?" he inquired with a smile.
"We're looking for the information service," I said.
"Well, here it is!" he grinned broadly and gestured around at the small motel lobby. "This is it. What were you wanting to know?"
"Well, actually, we came here to see if we could find out anything about the reptilian Alien Base underneath the Archuleta Mesa. Do you know anything about it?"
At this point, he broke out laughing. "You are just in time! There's a conversation going on in the restaurant right now about this Alien Base. Were you planning to eat?"
"No, but we'd like to have some coffee," I replied.
"Follow me," he said and escorted us into the restaurant. Two other tables were occupied, one by two Apache women and the other by an Anglo man who was having coffee and a snack and conversing with a second Apache man, who was standing beside his table and who, it turned out, also worked for the motel and restaurant.
The man who showed us in promptly introduced us to the second man, and we introduced ourselves to the Anglo who said that he had driven to Dulce from Duncan, Oklahoma, just north of Fort Worth, Texas. Everyone exchanged the usual pleasantries.
Then I said, "So, y'all are talking about the Alien Base?"
The Oklahoma man told us that he'd read all about Dulce on the Internet and had come to see it for himself, as was the case with Carrie and me. Then the second Apache man, whose name I have forgotten, began to expound at length about this Alien Base, and I paraphrase him here.
"Let me tell you a story," he began. "It is rather long, but you'll find it interesting, I think. In our Indian traditions we have a custom that we follow for boys who reach one year of age. They say that if you shave a boy's head on his first birthday, when he gets older, his hair will grow long and thick. After I got married and had a son, on his first birthday we went to visit my grandmother, so that she could shave his head. This was the first time we'd had a good look at his skull without any hair, and suddenly I saw that both of his ears were pierced at the top. We had never noticed this before, and we were quite perplexed. But at the time I didn't really think much about it.
"Then my wife had a second son, and on his first birthday, we drove to my grandmother's again so she could shave his head. After she finished, we found two tiny holes or dents in his scalp, right on top of his head." He pointed at the top of his own head. "Now I was starting to wonder about these things, because clearly this is not normal. A couple of years later, my wife had a third son, and again we drove to my grandmother's for the head-shaving ceremony. This third boy had a hole in the side of his right ear, about in the middle. I didn't know what to think about it.
"Around 8 o'clock we left my grandmother's to drive back to Dulce. Usually this ride takes about an hour and 45 minutes. About 9 o'clock, we were still about 45 minutes from home, when my wife and I noticed a strange light or object flying low across the horizon. I pulled over beside the road to check it out. We sat there for a while, and we saw one UFO after another, five in all, I think, one following the other, all going in the same direction, like a caravan. The three boys were getting cranky in the back seat, and we needed to get home. It was dark, and I didn't have a watch. But when we walked in the door at home and looked at the clock, it was 11:15. I said to my wife, 'Why did it take us so long to get back? What happened?' But she didn't know either. Somehow we had 'lost' an hour, and we were certain that we hadn't stopped that long to watch the UFOs. It was very odd."
"Hmm," I said. "Do you think that you were abducted or something?"
He shrugged and nervously laughed. "I don't know, but it was definitely very strange."
"And," I asked him further, "do you think that those 'holes' in your boys' heads have something to do with the Alien Base?"
Again he said that he didn't know, but there was no reason at all for him to have been fabricating such a peculiar tale.
He then turned to the subject of cattle mutilations. He said that there are regular cattle mutilations around Dulce, and he pointed to one of the Indian women who were sitting at another table. "One of her cattle got mutilated last spring." The woman smiled and agreed that it had, and she said that the incisions were quite precise, not like a wild animal or human would make, that they were "laser-like" incisions, similar to the precision cuts that were made during the near epidemic of cattle mutilations throughout the Southwest in the 1970s. Carrie remarked to me later that she believed what this woman said because Indian people have no reason to concoct such fictions, that they are too down-to-earth and level-headed to play these sorts of games.
"I'll tell you," said the loquacious Apache man, "everybody in Dulce has a story to tell about what they've seen around Archuleta Mesa. There are secret doors in the mesa. UFOs have been seen flying into these doors. But when somebody goes up to try to find these doors, they have been camouflaged again and can't be located. During the 1950s, or maybe 60s, a U.S. Army convoy went up to look for these doors, and they disappeared inside the mountain and were never seen again."
He paused for a moment and continued. "I was searching for Dulce information on the Internet, and I found a website about a Bigfoot Conference that was held in Dulce a couple of years ago. There were all these men in camouflage fatigues. They camped out near a small lake south of town."
"Did they spot a Bigfoot? I never heard of Bigfoots in these parts before."
"I don't know what they did," he said. "I've never seen a Bigfoot, and I've lived here all my life."
He was about 35 years old.
"And you know something else?" he asked. "People in Dulce are going deaf."
"Going deaf? What do you mean?"
"I mean, they can come into this restaurant, and the music is playing in the background, and I'll say to someone, I really like that song, and the person will ask me, 'What song?' 'Can't you hear the music?' I ask them." He pointed at a speaker, over which radio station music was playing quietly in the background. "They say, 'No, I can't hear any music.' This has happened many times."
"Why?" I mused. "Do you think that some noise like the Taos Hum is causing them to lose their hearing?"
He shrugged. "Who knows? But people are going deaf."
Everybody in the restaurant seemed most sincere. I generally know when people are trying to put something over on me, and I didn't get that feeling here. Neither did Carrie nor the man from Oklahoma. The three of us got up to leave and pay our bills. We thanked everybody for their stories and information and walked outside.
The Archuleta Mesa looms large on the northern horizon of Dulce. I took my photo from the Best Western parking lot. On the opposite of the mesa there is a small river, but north of that there is nothing except national forest and Indian reservations well into southern Colorado. There is no telling what might be happening on the northern side of the mesa out of view of the citizens of Dulce. There are no roads or towns for miles. This is an ideally isolated location for such an Alien Base, still close enough to a small bastion of civilization for convenience but far enough off the beaten path to be ignored by most tourists and others who might pass through Dulce unaware of anything.
Atop Archuleta Mesa is a cluster of antennae. We were told that these antennae are used by local television stations and other communications businesses to transmit images and data. And I personally have no doubt about that. On the other hand, if the reptilian aliens who are conducting all these high-tech experiments inside the mesa are so advanced, then it would certainly be no problem for them to tap into these transmission antennae and, if nothing else, watch some local television programs. Don't you know they get a chuckle out of that?!
Carrie and I said goodbye to the man from Oklahoma, and I gave him one of my calling cards with my website URLs. Then Carrie and I got into her car. Just as we were pulling out of the Best Western parking lot, the boombox in the back seat came on, all by itself.
"Did you turn that on?" I asked Carrie.
"No. Did you?" she said.
"No." I leaned over into the back seat and turned it off. "I wonder what caused that to happen," I mused to Carrie.
"Yes, I wonder." She glanced quickly at me and then drove out onto the highway back to Chama.
PHIL SCHNEIDER TALKING ABOUT THE UNDERGROUND BASES
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Per your request I have prayed about whether or not I should post my experiences on your website, and I'm being told that I should. Kara Mildenhall.
So, I've tried to compile the experiences in as concise a manner as possible. Hopefully this isn't too long. The experiences are listed below. Stephanie, I'm very well aware that some of my experiences may brand me as, to say the least, whacked out. Sometimes, I seriously feel that way. But as I've attested at the end of the entries I've listed here, everything that I've written HAS happened to the best of my knowledge. Too many things both my parents told my siblings and myself seem to corroborate much of what has happened to me. As for whether or not any of these same things have happened to any of my other brothers and sisters, I don't know. While we DO talk about UFO's and abductions, and they do know of my claims, none have admitted to having the same experiences.
Also, I must tell you that I was also sexually abused by my father and 4 other men by the time I was 18. Actually, my life has been much more... 'active' than these experiences might indicate. However, I sincerely do NOT feel that the incest or sexual abuse had anything to do with the abductions. Or rather, I wasn't so traumatized (though I WAS, certainly, traumatized by these experiences with my father and the others) that I blocked everything out. I was dissociative to an extent, but not to the point of having MPD or alters. Therefore, I do not feel as though I was trying to convince myself or anyone else that I'd been abducted by aliens when in actuality I'd been raped by my father. The fact is, both things happened.
lTHE REPTILIAN HIERARCHY: http://www.greatdreams.com/reptlan/reptilian_hierarchy.ht
COLORADO, BLANCA PEAK - Mt. Blanca [Massif] is located in the mysterious San Luis Valley of Colorado, which has been a "hot spot" for UFO sightings and animal mutilations. Also Southwestern tribes have legends involving caverns below the Mt. Blanca, San Luis Lakes, and Great Sand Dunes National Monument region, through which their ancestors migrated during a time of surface natural disasters before emerging onto the surface once again. There have been some rumors of an attempted government attack upon an underground alien [Grey] base beneath Mt. Blanca, using a deadly nerve agent, which backfired or failed. Blanca peak is located between Alamosa and Walsenberg. source: Steven Greer
COLORADO, WALSENBERG - A rancher with several acres of land 17 miles east of Walsenberg experienced unusual animal mutilations on his property, and also dug a well that broke through to empty space, and which sucked and blew air according to the rising and falling of the tides. Investigators from the Colorado School of Mines looked at the shaft, excitedly suggesting that it may have been connected to a tunnel system that they had traced from the Gulf of Mexico all the way to Oklahoma. source: Letter from David Perkins, in THE HOLLOW HASSLE, Vol. 1, No. 2; Map of area east of Walsenberg, CO< Animal Mutilations The Unknown Predators
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