Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Where Are The Dead Cows?



So where are we now with cattle mutilations? We still get occasional reports although these days they appear to be few and far between. Such is the reduction in activity in this area that some folk, no doubt suffering withdrawal symptoms from the sight of miserable looking beasts rigor mortised in a grim pose, are even now turning their attention to cut-up pussy cats. Somehow, it's just not the same. All a sliced and diced cat means is that there is a local psychopath in training and if you are a resident of an area where deceased pussies have been found, then prepare to be slaughtered yourself in the next year or two.

To me, it seems that the cattle mute syndrome has quietly morphed itself into an area of often unstated acceptance. There is one general theory that appears to have been taken on board about what was going on which is this; the mutilations were carried out by some group tasked by some department within the U.S. government to check on the health of the national meat herd. In particular they were looking for signs of CJD and whether it had infected the food chain. As CJD is linked to Alzheimers and this illness/disease is on the rampage in the States, it would appear that these covert monitoring attempts have not been successful and it surely won't be too long before some enterprising lawyer puts two and two together and starts digging around. Result? U.S. government goes in to hock to pay out on all the law suits that will follow.

Alas, this theory doesn't take into account any alien involvement and their desperate need for "something in the cow" that helps keep them alive. Nice one Rick Doty and it kept us going for a while.

A variant of the above explanation is that some mysterious and virulent bio-chemical thingy escaped from somewhere, which, when you consider where the majority of mutilations took place, is certainly a possibility, and that the mutilations were an attempt to monitor the progress of that particular virus.

Having just read "Alternative Three" by Jim Keith, a re-publication, I am intrigued by his views on what he thinks it was all about, which differ from the above. Bovine blood has certain similar properties to human blood and the samples were taken from these poor, unfortunate beasts in order to progress a project that was/is trying to create a form of cloned human for space flight purposes. It is understood in some quarters that a manned mission to Mars, as demanded by someone's esteemed president a few months back, will, when it eventually happens, be manned not by Man but by another type of man - one that will be able to withstand the rigours of lengthy space flight, radiation, and all the other little pleasantries that await us in the great far beyond. If so, then the deaths of all those cute cows will not have been in vain as after all, the progress of Man is an over riding requirement for something or other.

However, I still can't juxtasupose all of the above in my over worked brain because I keep coming back to one point that I know many others have also brought up. Why go to all that trouble with all those black helicopters and all the distress and upset caused to the farmers when it would appear to make much more sense to set up a meat wholesale company, buy the cattle in legitimately, and then dispose of it afterwards? What would be the problems with that? Perhaps I've asked the wrong people in the past but I've never ever had what I would consider to be an acceptable answer to that question.

So, maybe it was the aliens after all?!

5 Comments:

Blogger Terry Groff said...

The last report I'm aware of came in January of this year from Corpus Christi, Texas.

Wednesday, 31 August, 2005  
Blogger Stuart said...

I can only guess Terry that if "they" are still monitoring the national meat herd, then they must be doing it in some other way. Perhaps they're visiting their local Costco meat counter?

Or, they've just given up and have decided to let the American population go to the dogs.

BTW, my thoughts to everyone affected by Katrina. Very nasty.

Wednesday, 31 August, 2005  
Blogger Paul Kimball said...

Stuart (and Terry):

Cases happen on a fairly regular basis, but not always in the United States. In Canada, for example, there was a recent case in Saskatchewan that was noted at UFO Updates.

How do I know? Because I'm out in Alberta right now shooting a documentary on animal mutilations (they're not all cattle). I don't know what they are, but I can tell you two things: (a) some of them definitely do not appear to be the work of predators, and (b) when you talk to folks out here who own these animals (most of which, in the case of beef cattle, are worth thousands of dollars, and are not always insured), they're scared.

Paul

Thursday, 01 September, 2005  
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Friday, 24 March, 2006  
Blogger Psikon said...

Perhaps the Mutilation cycle is done for reasons such as disinformation, propaganda or the perennial Red herring. In ancient times the gods often demanded blood sacrifices.... The common factor is fear. I notice that people tend to stay near the main paths in National forests as well as parks and to travel in groups. In the back of the mind fear may be a reason to explore in safer areas reducing the chance of Alien contact in the more logical places.

In Montana we spoke to ranchers who no longer report for various reasons and they still find carcasses with odd cuts and notice air traffic such as helicopters that are noiseless, UFO and daylight fly overs by obvious military craft.

I know these posts are pretty old but they are still worth reading and commenting on.

Sunday, 21 February, 2010  

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