The competing¬†theories to explain where we came from generate heat and occassionally press.¬†It’s a bit of a mystery actually because nobody was there ¬†in the beginning to tell us the answer.¬†Therefore each philosopy whether it calls it’s self “science” or “religion”¬†really asks us, based¬†on their best evidence and logically deducements, to “believe”. ¬†Are you satisfied with their ¬†answers?
On March 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th John and Christen Adolfi of the Lost World Museum¬†will be conducting a series of presentations on the subject of origins.
The topics will include:
The Evidence of Giant Humans Modern Day Savants – Were our Ancestors a Race of Geniuses? The Night Sky Speaks To Us – What is the Message? Ancient Technology – Was it Apes, Aliens or Adam?
Time: 7PM – 8:30pm
Location: Church located ¬†on the Corner of West 5th St. & Cayuga St., Oswego, N.Y. 13126
Watch these incredibly agile animals seemingly defy gravity and reason. I remember seeing a fuzzy still pic from this video in the Guinness Books of World Records in the late 1970′s. Even after seeing it with my own two eyes I’m still having difficulty believing an animal can do what looks to be the impossible.
The Chupababra. A queer hairless dog-like critter roaming the backyards of America is becoming less of a mystery at least at the Lost World Museum.
One of the main characteristics of a “Chupacabra” is its hairless condition. ¬†I recently came across a few pieces of the puzzle about the hair-loss and I’ll try to shed some light on what the cause might be. As of this writing, scientists seem to attribute the bald appearance to a condition known as mange.
Here’s one assumption, that it’s mange that I believe has created a stumbling block for most in trying to solve this mystery. Every non-science person I’ve personally interviewed, 8 in all, told me they know the animals indiginous to their area and they know what mange looks like and emphatically each have stated to me “This is not mange!” I believe them and have I just did not know what to do with their testimony until now.
I’ve been puzzeling over this for 4 years now and finally due to recent evidence over the last 8 months, it shed some light on the hair-loss issue so that local folks opinions make more sense.
Something you may not know is that a half a dozen scientist’s over the last 4 years have explained away any mystery by attributing the hair-loss as, “Oh, it’s mange.” These statements are in response from personal observation of photos or a film. That’s it. No real evidence. No labortory testing, just images. Now a few carcasses did make it into the labs and have been tested, like 3 dead Chupas. The tests came back, are you ready? Mange – 2 and Not Mange – 1. Is this conclusive enough? How do we reconcile the testimonies of the locals and their “Street Smart” knowledge that it isn’t mange?
Ok so as far as I’m concerned the plethroa of scienctific evidence is manily opinion without real hard evidence. The locals swear it’s not mange and I’m siding with the locals and here’s why.
Since Jan. 2010 there has been other species of animals with a simular condition. Including aChupa-Coon or bald raccoonand as the video above shows in a german zoo, a bald bear. Both exhibit the same condition as these our gray hairless chicken eating canines do. As you watch the video you can see the grey color and folded skin on the back of the neck similar to our Blanco Texas Chupacabra.
The german zoo does not know what type of disease is causing this disorder. They are eager to find out. If it was mange there is a simple easy test to determine it.
So at this point, my thought is that the “Chupacabras” in the U.S. are a coyote or some type of canine mammal that has a, yet to be determined, known or unknown disease. But it is not mange. This sickness, whatever it is, colors the skin grey and the hair-loss is mostly complete with some hair remaining on the face and tail. It affects our dogs/foxes/coyote which we are now affectionately calling Chupacabra. U.C. Davis is conducting an extensive genetic testing of 3-4 “Chupa” specimens and will be sharing their conclusions in some type of esoteric scientific technical journal in about a year. Perhaps before then we will understand the nature of the condition. Until then be warned and remember “It’s 11 O’Clock do you know where your goat is?”
It’s true, of the 23,000 adults who participated in a this unusual survey, 20% on average said “Yes” aliens do walk among us dressed as humans. The Chinese responded double with 40% polled saying “I believe!” Wow, how do you tell who is my real brother and which might be adopted? Do they hide there looks with a mask, technology morphing their looks? If you ask one if they are an alien, are they compelled to tell you the truth? I’m confused, but apparently these people are not. Read all about it here.
For more fodder to explore IF the world was ever visited by alien life forms and there mark on our human development check out the 70′s classic Chariots of the gods
Apparently those who believe in its authenticity are going to great lengths to map out digitally and recreate this graphic embedded in cloth into a 3D equivalent which is going on display in Turin, Italy April 10th-May 23rd 2010. Yes that’s right in order to see every nuance they will be passing out 3D glasses to everyone giving an opportunity to study this one-of-a-kind artifact themselves in the third dimension.
In the April issue of the Lost World Museum Newsletter I will give what I believe is proof as to whether this is the burial cloth of Jesus or not. The issue will be published and delivered only to those already subscribed. To subscribe click here. I do not believe it takes a genius to peel away the clutter of fact and fiction to see the truth of this amazing relic of what some consider of great religious importance. So if this is something that has intrigued you for years I’m going to share historical information that seldom enters the investigation, that I believe, confirms whether that this is a hoax or the real deal.
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This jointed creature’s proper name is the¬†Bathynomus giganteus. No need to get scared, this creature, even if unfamiliar to us, is apart of the everyday scavenger life of a “bottom feeder” on the ocean floor. It’s favorite meal is whale carcass. He lives thousands of feet below the surface in an environment that seems to support giantism. The current thought is that larger cells are prone to a colder environment. Cold ocean, big creatures. ¬†Even his scavenger companion, also a giant, theGiant Spider Crab which can grow to 12 ft. tip to tip. To see the complete slide show of this amazing sea monster, a stow a-way on a undersea vehicle from 8,500 ft. deep, click¬†HERE.
If you like this crazy looking critter take a look at anomalous mammals here
So Joe Taylor, this white ¬†bearded hippy looking creationist (He tells me he never was a hippy) from the Mount Blanco Fossil Museum asked if they could display the grey critter for their upcoming creation conference April 13-14th, plus display it for all his museum visitors in April. I have to admit, I hesitated at first because this is a one-of-a-kind mystery mammal. But what the hay, it’s just collecting dust while we ready the Lost World Museum for its GRAND opening later this year so off to Texas¬†she went. (Yes this Chupa wears pink) ¬†During the month of April 2010 if you want a glimpse of the only taxidermied mount of the Blanco Texas Chupacabrago to Joe Taylor’s Mount Blanco Fossil Museum in Crosbyton Texas.
If you are just curious enough to see what could be the world’s only perfectly intact representation of a mutated or an entirely new species of mammal then now’s the time to take a trip to Texas where it all started. Click HERE for more information on the museum’s location and hours of operation.