Archive for November, 2009

Creature in Central Park?

Cryptozoology is my secret addiction. I wholeheartedly believe in Bigfoot – but I really do not believe he’s hanging out in Central Park. However, one fellow certainly does…

Thank you to Ghosttheory for this great find:

Ufologist and Cryptozoologist Nick Redfern posted a really far fetched,but interesting story about a Bigfoot-like creature spotted in New York’s Central Park.

As silly as this might sound, the witness appeared sincere in his face to face interview with Nick.

It’s important to remember that as skeptical as you are, you have to listen and investigate claims in order to weed-out the hoaxes & misidentified sightings. At times it’s like a wild goose chase.

Is there some Bigfoot-like creature living in NYC’s Central Park? Not likely. Is it possible for the witness to have seen something that, to him, was not human looking? Very likely.

This reminds me of the movie “Caveman’s Valentine“. Such an interesting film.

The Creature of the Park

By Nick Redfern

For the most part, the overwhelming majority of all reports, stories, accounts and tales I receive of strange beasts roaming the United States tend to be relatively down-to-earth – or at least as down-to-earth as it’s possible to be when dealing with accounts relative to Bigfoot, lake-monsters, werewolves and a truly wide and varied assortment of other creepy critters.

Sasquatch, for example, is generally reported from within the deep woods and eerie forests of the Pacific north-west; lake-monsters generally surface from within the murky depths of some of the United States’ larger bodies of water; and as for werewolves: well, for some reason, there are a huge amount of reports from the dense woodland and plains of rural Wisconsin. In other words, in those places that are very much dominated by long stretches of wilderness, forests and deep lakes, strange creatures absolutely proliferate…

For the complete piece click here.


Mammoth Issues


The concept of reviving long lost species keeps coming up in conversation lately. I suppose it’s true that we are capable of cloning using captured DNA, even really old DNA, and so this is not just a fantasy anymore, but does humanity have the moral maturity to play god in this way? Doesn’t anyone remember the premise for Jurassic Park? I’d say that humans are still smack dab in the middle of their most extreme materialistic age – and that suggests that the reasons for bringing back extinct beasts may be more greed oriented than compassion oriented. Let’s let the reincarnations remain in the hands of the unknown powers that be, ok?

That said, here is a story about my most favorite long gone creatures – the glorious mammoths – I admit that I would extremely happy to see one alive…

Sophisticated hunters not to blame for driving mammoths to extinction

Woolly mammoths and other large, lumbering beasts faced extinction long before early humans perfected their skills as spearmakers, scientists say.

The prehistoric giants began their precipitous decline nearly 2,000 years before our ancestors turned stone fragments into sophisticated spearpoints at the end of the last ice age.

The animals, which included mammoths, elephant-sized mastodons and beavers the size of black bears, were probably picked off by more inept hunters who only much later developed specialised weapons when their prize catches became scarce…

For the complete article please click here.


Does Water Have Memory?

Please enjoy this fascinating 1 Hour 25 Minute Movie about the amazing qualities of…Water. My first thought after I watched this film was that it seems to explain how homeopathy may work. I’ve always been skeptical of homeopathy, but I’ve noticed recently that in some cases it really does seem to work, as if my magic. How can water retain the “memory” of substances long taken out of the water itself? The film has some insight on this –

One of the most important tips confirms Dr. Masura Emoto’s research that water memorizes emotions and is contaminated by all the twists and turns it takes from its source to your tap. Consequently, the most powerful way to restructure the water to its natural structure is to place the combination of two words on the vessels of water: LOVE & GRATITUDE. While the movie goes into detail about using prayer and kindness to treat the water in our bodies and our children, it reminds us that we can also restructure water by placing the words LOVE & GRATITUDE directly on water containers and water faucets! Lastly, another source quoted Dr. Emoto as saying that while water really did not like being microwaved, the damage from microwaving could be completely reversed and improved by simply writing the words LOVE & GRATITUDE on the underside of the glass plate that revolves in the microwave oven.

Click here to watch.


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