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Beware the Wendigo: Terrifying beast of Native American lore with insatiable hunger to devour mankind!

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The Wendigo (spelt also as Windigo and Windego) (the plural form being Wendigoag) is a creature that can be found in the legends of the Native Americans, most notably amongst the Algonquian peoples. These peoples are some of the most extensive and numerous of the Native American groups in North America, and they once lived all along the Atlantic Coast and the Great Lakes Region. However, Wendigo-like creatures are also found in the legends of other Native American tribes, including the neighbors of the Algonquians, the Iroquois. Amongst these peoples, a creature known as the Stonecoat bears some similarities to the Wendigo.

A Wendigo's Insatiable Hunger

Roughly translated, the word 'Wendigo' means 'the evil spirit that devours mankind'. Another translation, said to be made by a German explorer around 1860, equates the word 'Wendigo' with 'cannibal'. Wendigoag are said to have an insatiable hunger for human flesh - no matter how much flesh they eat, they remain hungry.

This hunger is reflected in their appearance, which, according to some, is extremely thin. Despite their gaunt physiques, Wendigoag are described by some as giants, measuring at about 4.5 m (14.8 feet) in height. Whilst there are slight variations as to the physical description of this creature amongst the different Algonquian peoples, it is generally agreed that Wendigoag have glowing eyes, long yellowed fangs and long tongues. Most Wendigoag are also said to have sallow and yellowish skin, though others say that they are matted with hair or have decaying skin.

Legends say that Wendigoag were once human beings. According to the most popular version of the story, a Wendigo is formed whenever a human being resorted to cannibalism, even if it were done in order to survive. When a person consumes the flesh of another human being, he or she is believed to be overcome by evil spirits and transformed into a Wendigo.

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Did Edgar Cayce have visions of today's world?

Prophecies and predictions of Edgar Cayce Cayce foresaw world events that can only be described as apocalyptic, a period of purification involving natural disasters that will dramatically alter the surface of the Earth, wars, economic collapse, and socio-political unrest. Cayce said that these future events could be averted if humanity changed its behavior. Cayce would repeatedly say that even the Lord of Lords could not accurately predict future events because human free will can alter and change the future. Cayce is referring to the Biblical account when Jesus is asked when he would return. His reply was: "No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father". (Matt. 24:36)

Cayce's Visions of the Future That are Yet to Happen

The year the battle of Armageddon will occur in the spirit realm (may be happening already)

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Grey Alien

Ten of the best alien abduction stories

10. Antonio Vilas-Boas (1957)

In 1957, Brazilian farmer Antonio Vilas-Boas claimed he was abducted by aliens while tending to his fields.

According to his story, four 5-foot-tall aliens, dressed in gray overalls and helmets, approached him and immediately took him aboard their spherical craft.

As time passed, he was instructed to have sex with a female alien with long white hair, red pubic and underarm hair, and bright blue eyes.

Vilas-Boas believes he was simply used as a sperm donor, and his offspring is being raised somewhere in outer space.

Comment: More on this phenomenon:

Black Magic

'Portal to hell' home in Indiana where 'possessed' children were 'chanting satanically' and visitors saw 'ugly, black monster' is torn down

An home that has long been reported to be a hotbed of demonic activity according to visitors has been demolished.

The residence, in Gary, Indiana, was destroyed two weeks by Zak Bagans, a host and producer of the show Ghost Adventures.

It was filmed for a documentary he plans to release later this year.

Bagans bought the home back in 2014 for $35,000 after Latoya Ammons reported that she and her three children had been possessed by demons while living there, a claim which was later backed up by members of the local police department and workers from the Indiana Department of Child Services.

'Something was inside that house that had the ability to do things that I have never seen before — things that others carrying the highest forms of credibility couldn't explain either,' Bagans told the IndyStar.

'There was something there that was very dark yet highly intelligent and powerful.'

The possession and exorcism of Ammons was actually filmed inside the house by police.

Comment: If all this is true, it sounds like a harrowing experience was had for all involved. One has to wonder if the entity (if that's what it was) causing the havoc moved on to a new home, followed the family, or decided to stay put over the demolished home. Then again, everything that occurred may have in some way or another been specific to the Ammons family and not some evil entity from "outside". This case certainly raises a lot of questions.


Japanese taxi drivers pick up ghost passengers in tsunami-hit towns

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Taxi drivers in Japan encounter 'ghost passengers' who disappear upon reaching their destination.
Several taxi drivers from towns in northeast Japan have reportedly had encounters with "ghost passengers" who disappear upon reaching their destination. The episodes have occurred in towns, like Ishinomaki, which were badly affected by the 2011 tsunami.

The news surfaced after a research conducted by sociology student, Yuka Kudo, 22, from the Tohoku Gakuin University who reportedly interviewed over 100 drivers as part of her study. Kudo noted interviewing a taxi driver in his 50s who recalled having a ghost encounter with a woman near the Ishinomaki Station.


Ghostly image caught on camera at library fundraiser

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The ghostly apparition caught on camera at the old library at The Green
The fight to save Stafford's Carnegie Library has taken a spooky twist amid claims a ghost may have been caught on camera.Tireless members of the Friends of the Old Library Trust have been holding open events and tours to drum up interest in their campaign to turn it into an arts space - and last week's music event certainly proved interesting.

Stafford musicians Jon Watkiss and Steve Sutton of FEF Noise Devices, put on a private performance of dark ambient soundscape at the Old Library. Their friend Chris Healey took a photograph of the two as they created their soundscape, produced using sounds from adapted electronic toys. The image was taken in the dark and when Chris increased the brightness he noticed the image of what appeared to be a figure hovering over the musicians, listening intently to the music.

Nicky Baron, who has been spearheading the library campaign, said: "It later transpired that one of the musicians Jon initially came into the building alone, and while he was setting up by torchlight as there is no electricity at the Old Library, he felt his hair being ruffled in a friendly way. "Of course we don't really believe in ghosts, but if there were any at the Old Library, it's nice to know that they appreciate a bit of Art Noise."

The campaigners have been trying to get £650,000 to buy the building at The Green and have managed to get it listed by English Heritage. But they have to hand the keys back on February 6 when the lease runs out and the site goes up for auction at the end of that month. Members are hoping a buyer will fail to come forward as the amount of work that needs doing to bring it up to scratch could run into hundreds of thousands. This would give campaigners more time to apply for cash from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Architectural Heritage Fund to buy it.


CCTV shows 'evil ghost' throwing supermarket food from shelves

This terrifying footage shows the moment food packets were sent flying through the air by what frightened shoppers believe was a poltergeist.

The film, posted to YouTube by Alfredo Alvarez, shows boxes mysteriously tumbling off shelves across the store as scared staff and customers look on.

Baffled customers are heard trying and failing to find an explanation for what made the mayonnaise move.

Before the end of the recording, one of the customers reported that she felt the presence of a spectral being.

The video is already going viral on social media, according to TV Notas, which says it has fuelled speculation of whether ghosts and ghouls actually exist.


Scientist Ruggero Santilli claims to have developed anti-matter telescope that observes invisible entities

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A new report published in the latest edition of the American Journal of Modern Physics has revealed a startling finding - a newly developed telescope with concave lenses has observed, for the first time, entities in our terrestrial environment that are invisible to our eyes and to conventional Galileo telescopes with convex lenses. Even more surprising is the fact that these entities have been observed to move 'intelligently' in the night sky in a manner suggesting unauthorized surveillance of the area.

Revolutionary New Santilli Telescope

The discovery was made by Dr Ruggero Santilli, a highly-regarded expert in mathematics, cosmology, and physics, who has been nominated for Nobel Prizes in physics and chemistry. Dr Santilli developed a new type of telescope that was designed to observe antimatter-light. This form of light has a negative index of refraction, thus requiring concave lenses to focus it, rather than the traditional convex lenses used in conventional Galileo telescopes.

Grey Alien

Meet the women who say they've been abducted and impregnated by 'positive' and 'loving' aliens, establish 'Hybrid Children Community' group

Aluna Verse (left), Bridget Nielsen, and CGIs of their "alien children"

Comment: This story is making the rounds in a big way... a sure sign that it's being promoted from on high: BE WARNED!

A bizarre group claims it is creating a race of human-alien hybrids by having sex with extra terrestrials which then take their children into outer space.

The US-based Hybrid Children Community, is trying to recruit more parent breeders, in a bid to "evolve" the human race into a new sub-species which will take over the Earth when the children currently conveniently housed on giant space ships "return to our planet".

Women in the group, who include young glamorous 20-somethings, even claim mating with reptile-like lizards was the best sex they have ever experienced.

These include Bridget Nielsen, 27, from Sedona, Arizona, who is a hybrid mum and medium who charges $65 (£46) for an over the phone session to put parents, who believe they may have conceived hybrid children, in touch with their offspring, according to the community's website.

Describing sex with a lizard being on a spaceship, she said: "It was great. It was an incredible super primal, super raw, super primal sexual experience.

"There was a real freedom and we were really going for it. It was the best sex I ever had."

Comment: Nothing like a little sensationalism to attract readers to the tawdry angle of the story (if Ms. Nielsen did in fact say these things). And perhaps also to suggest to those thrill-seekers out there who are open to the idea that "hey, maybe sex with an alien can be pretty good!" and "plant a seed" that speaks to the real nuts and bolts reality of what may be going on here.

Comment: There has actually been much hard work and rigorous research done in the areas of 'alien abduction' and hyperdimensional interference that strongly points to the probability of there being a hybridization program in place; one that is on-going, and intergenerational. Most of the research in this field suggests that the processes and aims of such a program are multifaceted, but ultimately having nothing to do with any 'positive' and 'loving' intent on the part of the beings doing the abducting - but do successfully fool many people into thinking so. Rather, there is a malevolent agenda involved that serves no one but the negative ETs who have been victimizing men, women and children for so long.

Bridgit Nielson and those of her community may well be such victims - victims of a kind of 'hyperdimensionally-induced Stockholm syndrome'. What is worse is that they are trying to inculcate the public with feelings of 'speshulness' and 'sexiness' for just having interacted with their abusers, and not seeing the infringement and violation of their free will for exactly what it is. That is again assuming that they have even had real experiences with demonic/alien entities at all.

So why has some version of this article appeared in so many places on the web lately? The same reason any piece of disinformation gets propagated heavily - to keep us living in a world of lies - precisely when the truth about important matters is needed most urgently. Which is, always.

Some helpful reading on the subject:

The Threat by Dr. David Jacobs
Taken and Masquerade of Angels by Dr. Karla Turner
High Strangeness: Hyperdimensions and the Process of Alien Abduction by Laura Knight-Jadczyk


Project Blue Book: 130,000 pages of US Air Force's UFO files declassified, hits the web

The truth is out there — and it's now on the web.

The fabled Project Blue Book, the Air Force's files on UFO sightings and investigations, have tantalized and frustrated extraterrestrial enthusiasts for decades. But this week, nearly 130,000 pages of declassified UFO records — a trove that would make Agent Fox Mulder's mouth water — hit the web.

UFO enthusiast John Greenewald has spent nearly two decades filing Freedom of Information Act requests for the government's files on UFOs and other phenomena. On Jan. 12, Greenewald posted the Blue Book files — as well as files on Blue Book's 1940s-era predecessors, Project Sign and Project Grudge — on his online database, The Black Vault.

Project Blue Book was based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Between 1947 and 1969, the Air Force recorded 12,618 sightings of strange phenomena -- 701 of which remain "unidentified."

Comment: So why now? Maybe it is so late in the day that the powers that be no longer need to keep what data exists in Project Blue Book a secret. This is perhaps because there is nothing in the 130,000 pages of material worth withholding really and probably contains nothing that speaks to the larger implications of the greatest secret of our time; its just a massive compilation of data that has long since been explained away. So throw the UFO enthusiasts/researchers a bone! Watch them jump!

As for what the actual reality and implications of an 'alien' presence here today in our world are, see:

Fermi's phony paradox: Humans too arrogant and stupid to solve 'missing aliens' question