William Grabowski at UFO Digest: THE REAL KEEL DEAL
Refreshing article for its balance. And I agree pretty much with Grabowski's take on the UFO/mysterious/unexplained realm. I would throw in my own tweaks to his comments, but that's for another day.
Sunday, September 16, 2012
It's Mothman Festival time! A Point Pleasant Notebook JOHN KEEL: NOT AN AUTHORITY ON ANYTHING
I'm an odd sort of internet dinosaur. I use Twitter but don't get the bits of it: the hash tags and connects and various directions. And Facebook, oy, I use it all right but, according to two teens I know, I'm "using it wrong." Whatever that means. Anyway, found this link in a message to me on Twitter and so here it is: Ashtar’s Message – The October Surprise | Garuda.co
Friday, September 14, 2012
CFZ-CANADA: It's a Bird, It's a Plane...
This weekend (September 14, 2012) is the 10th anniversary of the Mothman Festival in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. I am pleased to be part of the speaker lineup again this year, and if you are able I highly recommend attending this free fest. Mothman’s fame may be in West Virginia, but Canada certainly is part of this creature’s world itinerary. Sightings occur worldwide, and have for a very long time.I like that: "...know that not everyone considers Mothman a cryptid." On an intuitive level I believe Mothman is nothing close to a cryptid; meaning unknown animal. It is something paranormal/supernatural indeed.
If you are not familiar with this cryptid, here are some basics. First and foremost, know that not everyone considers Mothman a cryptid. Some believe he is thoroughly paranormal, some believe he is alien, and skeptics have both pooh-poohed the sightings and attributed them to barn owls or sand hill cranes. Most witness descriptions place him at 4 to 6 feet and human shaped, having a shiny dark grey or black skin, batlike wings, and large glowing red eyes. He is able to fly without flapping his wings, take off and land vertically, and has sharp fingernails.