Saturday, December 24, 2011

white owls and hell-hounds

I just read a first-person of strangeness account involving a large WHITE OWL, a hell-hound, crop circles, ley lines and ancient sites in Briton. This was an experience that also included Bert Jansen, the Dutch crop circle researcher. Well worth reading.

Here's the LINK to this fascinating owl story.


Red Pill Junkie said...

Pretty interesting concepts. The white owl as a messenger who reveals hidden things, and the circular nature of Time.

It would probably be very enlightening to join that 2012 dragon Path expedition, but alas, that won't be part of my future.

Mike Clelland! said...

I kinda wanna interview the woman who wrote this story. It just seems to match the weirdness I am attemtin' to investigate.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

That is a fascinating story Mike.
The Hell Hound creature sounds like an inter-dimensional Mothman type creature.And considering that next year- 2012 is the Chinese
"Year of the Dragon" that tour that they are talking about doing should be a cracker.That would make next year,the year of the spiral in away,I suppose?
I've got to say though that I'm not real impressed by the crop circle in their story.It looks a bit man-made to me,but I could be wrong?
You can get a better look at it here;

I would love to hear an audio conversation between you three.
Great idea.

Oddly enough I'm reading Daniel Pinchbeck's book,
"2012:The Return of Quetzalcoatl"
which is about the year 2012,crop circles,alien abductions and shamanism.Among other things and it has a spiral crop circle on the cover.

I would love to hear an audio conversation between you an Daniel.
That would be interesting.

Red Pill Junkie said...

I am of the opinion that 99% of crop circles are man-made. That doesn't mean the people who make them don't report strange events during the process. In the end, many of the 'hoaxers' think of themselves as mere conduits.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

You're 1% away from being a total skeptic.
Maybe if you said 70%,I might agree,but 99% seems a little too high for me.

Red Pill Junkie said...

LOL well, I should have probably clarified that the 99% pertains to crop circles today. Maybe in the 70s and early 80s the numbers were different ;)

But yeah, I guess I've turned more skeptic about crop circles with age.

Did you read that Boing Boing post Vallee wrote as a guest blogger re. crop circles? basically he thinks the circles are some calibrating test for some microwave weapon; but the response he got from the skeptoid nerds at Boing Boing was appalling! It was all pseudoscience to them.