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7 September 2012

Alien Abduction Witnessed

Burnt bush & torn screen
An actual alien abduction was witnessed in a small Qld town in 2001. A scorched bush and torn window dressings being the visible signs on the home and a triangular arrangement of marks on the abductees inner thigh, including marks on each heel and the growing out of hair being the visible signs on the person. The abductee was left 800kms away from her home. For a full description read here.

It must be realised that an abductee has more to lose than to gain by coming forward and to totally disregard the testimony from such a person is nothing short of wilful ignorance.
 

Taken at Night in Sydney

Countless people in Australia are claiming aliens abducted them .
 
"A bank manager in Sydney, Australia, told a reporter:

‘I had the window wide open and was lying in my bed next to it trying to get a cool breeze happening. I was drowsy but definitely not asleep. Then I began floating out my window and over Sydney. I wasn't nervous but felt a bit surprised, like what the hell was happening. It was as if I had been sedated, thinking back. I saw the city pass by under or at least felt as if it was and then thought I might have been going over some bush or mountains. I was on a platform and then on some kind of operating table in a chamber within a UFO, I think. I noticed odd ‘furniture' in the room: if you could call it that- unusual spheres and pyramids. There were beings over me. They appeared to be wearing white robes or togas of some sort. I could not see their faces or any bodily features. Nothing in this UFO chamber looked human. What looked somewhat like a dental or baking instrument was then inserted into my backside and pulled out and put away.’

UFOlogist Michael Cohen says that he is confident that the people making these kinds of reports are telling the truth. He says many of them include similar details in their stories, and few of them have had any interest in UFOs before their abduction experience. They are just "regular people" according to him. It may not be clear what's causing the sudden interest in Australians on the part of aliens, but Cohen does have a few words of advice if you want to avoid having baking instruments put into your backside by aliens in togas. He writes:

‘I make a point of driving past the homes of abductees that contact me. I have noticed other common factors that in no way can correspond to the psychology of the abductees. Usually abductees will live on wide open, boulevard type streets and the window they floated through will face this street. There are never any bars on their bedroom windows. A large percentage of abductees are single men who won't be missed for a few minutes of absence at 3am.

This tells us a few things. The aliens doing the abducting are advanced: but they can't float people through walls. They like to make things easy for themselves. Many ufologists equate the ability to travel faster than the speed of light with the ability to do anything. This might not be the case.

More than anything else the aliens doing the abducting don't want any corroborative witnesses. They don't mind the abductees knowing what occurred but they want to keep their activities otherwise secret. They go to extra-ordinary lengths to this end. It appears that cloaking technology is used to disguise any bodies floating through the sky and abductions are done in the dead of the night. it is also believed that the entire abduction process is completed within minutes.

Sydney UFO abduction accounts indicate that if you really don't want to be abducted invest in an air-conditioner or a fan. Avoid sleeping with an open-window if possible or install bars. Most abductions occur during Australia's hot summer....’" Source



Collars Found but no Bodies


Dubbed the Purr-muda Triangle
 This newspaper article was written in 2008 and is one womans quest for answers to the strange disappearance of local cats.

"At least 45 cats have gone missing in eight years from the quiet, tree-lined Meriden Avenue Stourbridge, West Midlands and its surrounding streets. Nobody knows what is behind the disappearances, and the only clues have been a few discarded collars - no bodies have ever been found.

Owners call the area a 'Bermuda Triangle for cats'.

The situation is now so severe that the RSPCA has stopped re-homing cats there, while residents of the streets in Stourbridge, Worcestershire, are considering desperate measures - either employing a pet detective, or putting up CCTV cameras.

A local resident, whose 15-year-old cat Norman went missing last year, has been logging the disappearances since they started. 'I've counted nearly 50 cats, but we suspect there may have been many more. Where they are ending up we just don't know.'

The vanishing acts began in 2000 but appeared to have come to a halt in June last year. However, they began again in May"
Source
 

Predators

Eldorado, Santa Fe is losing cats. The excerpt below is from a piece written by the local vet back in 2005 and explains the night dangers to cat owners who allow their cats outside after nightfall. This may be the case in Eldorado but what about parts of the world that do not have natural predators?

The question still remains.... what is happening to our cats?

"Cat owners have long known about the dangers that lurk in the dark. The most common cause of early demise in Eldorado is not the automobile, leukaemia virus, or alien abduction. The majority of cats who are out at night eventually enter the food chain as victims of these predators.

So, in my semi-professional opinion, the coyotes (or possibly aliens) are responsible for the lack of stray cats in Eldorado. (I may hear from the militant "owls kill cats" faction, but I welcome their input.) As I have said many times, "it's a jungle out there," and allowing your cat to go out, especially at night, puts your pet in their world."
Source

Dr. T. Murt Byrne



 



6 September 2012

Cats Disappearing by the Dozen


"Concerned pet owners make note of groups of cats disappearing mysteriously. Why is this happening and what’s becoming of these animals? Reports out of Lakewood, Colorado show that about a dozen cats have disappeared in one neighborhood alone. Neighbors report finding “pieces” of these cats and are frantically trying to solve the puzzle.
 
 Canada has seen a rash of around 100 cats disappearing during the same time frame."
 
The same question is being asked around the world  - what IS happening to our cats?  Source
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Caught

One despicable person is now off the streets under police guard. Unable to do further harm to innocent animals. The link is an update on how this person was caught and what the authorities found in his car.
 

Unfortunately this does not bring to light the phenonema of half cats and why they are being found around the world. Is it a cult that we are yet to know about?

The charges of animal abuse are about to be dropped against this man and protests are breaking out in Mesa. He admitted to kidnapping as many as 40 cats, admitting to only releasing them in the desert when he was done "playing with them."
"If he didn't do what he is accused of doing, then who is mutilating these cats in Mesa, Arizona? If he's innocent, will the vigilante behavior of the angered protestors be a negative impact on his life?''

1 September 2012

Four Year Slaughter


An article appeared a few weeks back in the Houston Chronicle warning cat owners not to allow their pets out at night. A four year string of mutilations in the Houston area had resulted in missing and mutilated cats. Some of the work appearing to have been done by coyotes but others having the hall marked sign of the cat mutilation phenomenon.
 
  “A pet cat that had outdoor access through a pet door in the owners’ home disappeared. Its rear half being found in the neighbourhood a few days later. The body suggesting the cat had been killed by a person rather than a wild animal. Ten days later the front half of a cat was found a block away with the likelihood of it being a different cat highly unlikely although it could not be determined”.
 
The problem has been ongoing and police are at a loss. Rewards for information have been put on fliers by Crime Stoppers in the hope of leading to a felony arrest.
 
The advice: “Keep your cat inside or on a leash for safety purposes”.