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 Post subject: Jelly Fish
PostPosted: Sat May 10, 2008 9:53 am 
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It must have been the late 80's when I was doing a lot of research into UFO's who were following the Grateful Dead and making abductions during the concerts that I was given an insight in how to ward off a certain variety of alien.

It may even me a local but due to its quasi material nature this predator has been difficult to deal with...well particularly by industrialized western nations. If you have traditional practices even Catholic ones you will have a great deal of protection.

From a sort of direct observation I detected a sort of plasmoidal energy feild that would hover above my body when I was in particularly energized states of conscuiouness. Accompaning this experience came a deep intuitional understanding that if I fashioned a long wooden needle with a fine point I could ward off the entity.

It was as if something about its nervous system became so irritated by a single prick of this needle that it would contract in an escape reflex. It will go prey on a less dangerous source. I later found that while wood does not conduct electricity or magnetism, it will conduct vril energy.

I carved a needle about 18 inches long. Most of the body is about 1/4 of an inch that tappers to a fine point...

I drew a picture of the thing. It was sort of like a jellyfish with dingle balls all around the circumfrence. It reminds me of a jelly like throw rug when I think of it now...haha

It was years later that I learned that Trevor Constable had photographed these things using infrared cameras and orgone voodoo. I was just reminded of this old experience when I was reading about the Atmospheric Beast on wiki.


Enjoy Y'all,


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 Post subject: Re: Jelly Fish
PostPosted: Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:11 pm 

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Nice information thanks buddy

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