Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Creatures Of The Air And Of The Deep

Most people do not know of the life that exists just outside the range of our vision. There have been those in history who have professed to seeing some of these other life forms. Usually these folks with the eyes to see what someone else, indeed most were not able to see were most always labeled cooks or frauds. But there were some in science that believed these stories and began to research them believing such creatures existed. 
"In 1953 Wilhelm Reich bet he could make one visible so photographer Norman Leistig could film it. Leistig’s assistant held up an ‘Orgone-charged rod’ and within 5 seconds a huge, jellyfish-like thing appeared and attached itself. The experience so alarmed the two men they refused to discuss it, although years later Leistig claimed Reich was ‘the devil himself.’ "What you don't know can hurt you. 1860-1998." Here is that picture! 





These creatures generally ignore humans but it has been reported a time or three that they have mutilated cows and other animals. However, there is little proof to this. What we do know is that they have been photographed and video taped. 

We are surrounded by life no one sees. This generally is not known, but outside of our perceptive abilities are a host of other life forms. During a solar eclipse it is said that at certain key moments the 4th dimension opens briefly and one can see the shadow beings and walkers, the Djinn, the Archons and more as they scurry about in a tizzy like all the other animals during a eclipse event. Even NASA has photographed these jellyfish high up in the atmosphere. NASA jelly fish in the air photo 


Everyone thinks the ocean life is unique to the oceans and stops where the water is but there are jellyfish like creatures of all sizes that are in the atmosphere above us also. They are just out of our spectrum of vision but there none the less and energies from space at times push these usually high up dwelling creatures down lower and some of these are tree size! 

They have long tentacles just like the ones in the ocean. Every time that a wave of Bells Palsey takes place somewhere in little pockets its one of these unseen creatures stinging people just like in the ocean! In fact if you treat it just like the ones in the southern oceans not the northern, and take a baking soda an vinegar bath or shower to nullify the effect of the stingers the relief can be quite good and shorten the time it affects your life. 

It depends on which stinger gets you though. If one of the outer stingers is what got you its like your neck just went out for no reason! If its more toward the middle of the creature as it hovers above you when a tentacle hits you it is Bells Palsey like neurological symptoms and some think in certain circles much of the last few year reports of neurological disorders cropping up all over are related to the energies from space causing these things to come low enough to affect humans. 


If one of the middle two stingers gets into contact with you it can just kill you dead right where you stand if its a bigger tree size jelly fish. These are transparent like creatures and tentacles but they dangle and some of these jelly fish creatures resemble floating misty cloud brains of a sort! They have neuronal firing going on as they are apparently very real thinkers and you can see the sparkles and orbs inside it as it ponders! Its quite spooky and these are capable of growing tentacles or perhaps they have them too but this is how they look and its about just like you see in the ocean. These are thought to be long lived if not immortal beings these Jelly fish. They are capable of reverting back to their asexual state and just growing up again. Others revert to undefined blobs of protoplasm looking translucent floating brains just like this video only in the sky!  



Above is a video of one of these highly dangerous, intelligent creatures of the ocean depths. 
This is the same life form in a different adaptation for the air. These both cause the same injuries to people that get stung by them as any common jelly fish in the oceans. 

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