Is Running Unabated
was bad enough when we had to deal with bigfoot, UFOs, alien abductions, crop circles and cattle mutilations. Now we are having
strange noises emanating from the Earth, red rain, goat suckers, sightings of other new creatures that are half-man and half
animal, and quite recently, unexplained energy attacks including a severe proton solar storm that did not seem to come from
It is almost as if the forces looking down over us are playing games, breaking all the rules in an effort
to teach we foolish and prudish humans that nothing is what it seems to be. This existence may be no more than a complex holographic
set of images much like those portrayed in the Hollywood film "The Matrix." Could it be that we are living a universal joke?
the monkey man and bear man sightings in various communities of India. The monkey man was first sighted in New Delhi, where
at least 50 people reported attacks by a creature described as about four-feet tall with a hairy body and metal claws. Villagers
in the town of Assam say the bear man appears, then makes itself invisible before attacking its victims.
is a winged chupacabra (goat sucker) witnessed by various drivers in the area of Calama, Chile. One family said they were
driving in their car along Cuesta de Montecristo, heading toward Calama, when the creature appeared alongside the vehicle.
The driver was frightened by the thing and drove at speeds of about 120 km, yet the beast flew right beside them. It was described
as a thing about two meters tall, with strong legs like those of an ostrich, wings and an animal-like head. Truckers in the
area are reporting similar sightings.
Windsor Castle, London, is now under attack by a giant new species of spider
described as three inches long, venomous, with jaws strong enough to puncture human skin.
In Barceloneta, Spain, a
giant unknown species of bird has been swooping down on farm yards and devouring chickens. A story in the town's El Expresso
newspaper said the bird, witnessed by the reporter who produced the story, measures about 30 inches in length and stands about
a foot high. It has a long thick neck and its beak measures about four inches in length. Its plumage is gray, black and white.
It has legs similar to a cat, feet like a chicken and it seems to feed on blood.
These are just some of the strange
creatures wandering around among us these days. Psychic Aaron C. Donahue has examined both big foot and the chupacabra.
He finds them to be some kind of holographic projection that is so advanced, the beasts observed are solid and quite dangerous.
The creatures, even though a projection, appear capable of hurting anyone who happens to get in their path. Are they projections
from alien craft?
Strange earth sounds are yet another unanswered puzzle.
people in Taos, New Mexico, complained about a mystery hum that drove them crazy. Some people report getting sick. Now the
same kind of hum has cropped up in Kokomo, Indiana, where dozens of people say it is affecting their health. The sound seems
to be low-frequency vibrations from an unexplained source.
A similar hum, or buzz, is keeping people awake in Karlsruhe,
Germany. People complain of racing pulse and fatigue, a sense of excitation and uncontrollable muscle quivering in the night,
which causes insomnia.
I might interject at this point that I have been experiencing the very same kind of symptoms
for several years, and they seem to be intensifying. But the nocturnal affliction follows me everywhere I have lived, from
various towns in Michigan to Arizona and back. The sensation is especially intense just now, in the midst of hurricane season.
It usually starts late in the afternoon and sometimes ends by about midnight. Lately, however, it continues throughout the
night. I have reached the conclusion that it may be caused by our government HAARP project, which I think is being used to
try to control the weather and take the bite out of hurricanes.
But can we blame HAARP on the loud rumblings going
on in Spokane, Washington this summer? The people's nerves there are being shattered by loud explosive sounds, like dynamite
going off. Seismologists are studied the noise and conclude that the sounds are caused by earthquake activity, yet the people
say the ground does not seem to shake.
Then there was the strange fall this summer of a
mysterious red rain, followed by millions of strange black insects in the State of Kerala, in Southern India. At the same
time, many residents reported their water wells collapsed. What went on there?
In Wichita, Kansas, people said it rained
dried corn leaves from a cloudless sky on Aug. 11. People who saw it said the leaves dropped gently from a large oval pattern
over a large neighborhood.
In French Gulch, California, people were perplexed last month over a strange fluorescent
green substance that appeared in Clear Creek, spoiling the opening weekend of trout fishing and threatening the town's water
supply. Nobody could explain what the substance was or where it came from.
And what is causing the various energy blasts
that may be threatening our health?
One morning in July, an unexplained energy blast knocked radio station WJKM off
the air in Hartsville, Tennessee. The blast, which hit with several loud booms, burned out electric transformers, burned up
telephone lines, and knocked birds right out of the sky. The weather was clear at the time.
And on Aug. 16 the Earth
was struck by an unexpected and unexplained proton storm that caused the planet's proton count to raise to about 1000 times
normal. Such storms are believed to be caused by exploding sun spots but scientists tell us that there were no sun spots on
the sun that week. People who watch this kind of thing could not explain the proton storm, and said they also were surprised
by the speed with which it reached Earth. There was no advance warning.
Whatever, or whoever is causing these phenomenon
does not appear to be a mere prankster. If it continues, some innocent people could be seriously hurt or killed.