Posts Tagged ‘cryptozoology’

A Russian Cryptid? – On Rare Lake Creatures (‘Monsters’, ‘Serpents’, ‘Water Horses’, ‘Beasts’)

October 23, 2019 Leave a comment


I was curious about a certain lake “monster”, what some might call a sea dinosaur, maybe in ignorance, that supposedly lives in Lake Ouich, as I saw video of what might be it on the show “Strange Evidence”, but there was nearly no info about it, not even mention of the video. But one or more websites mention a Lake Lochy which has an alternate name too. There was interesting info about a sea creature that lived there, mentioned in the 1830s in a book I found through Google’s book archives, I suppose may be a legend hundreds of years old, but reasonably from the the 1800s. I discovered, no surprise to me, that Lake Lochy and other Lochs (lakes in Ireland) that have accounts of large mysterious creatures in them are all connected to Loch Ness. It’s obviously some ecosystem God has preserved for these species of monsters, something to strengthen the faith of Christians and frustrate the faithlessness of skeptics/doubters, atheists, and anti-creationists. The earliest account I could find on a large Lake Lochy creature referred to it as a ‘water horse’. There’s even a modern news article documentimg the find of a government official who found a headless amd tailless skeleton of what might have been this creature, or of some connected loch. My research lead me to a book of news for the year 1859 that mentioned Lake Lochy and other connected ones and then in the next short article, perhaps coincidentally mentions a sighting by a “Captain John Dunn”, who saw an unknown water creature at “59.14 lattitude north” by “59.10 longitude west”, a frustrating way of giving the location as Google did not show any websites that allowed me to find where this was by typing in those numbers, and one website required me to put in the city of the coordinates first (why?! how stupid!). I ended up, perhaps on the same site having to manually move and tap my finger on a tiny map and on my little phone which ended up with the page repeatedly going to some other site due to Android’s stupid programming and the website’s failure to ask if I wanted to leave the page. When I tried to go back to the page and did it would always reset the map location, so then I tried it on my tablet which was a little easier and eventually pinpointed a length of water with a very small width it seemed which almost exactly fit the coordinates. There were no very nearby lakes or even ponds, but some large lake was connected to this stream some miles away, but is in Russian, so, I couldn’t read it in English. If anyone can translate the names of that lake and the cities or towns nearby as shown in the screenshots with this article I’ve written, please do. Please also translate the name of the stream where the creature was sighted, obviously using the comment function here on this webpage.

My guess is that the streams were once much larger, but thar rerouting the water to what appears to be various farms all around it caused it to not just greatly dwindle but move a little so that there is no longer water at the place the creature was seen. The creature or creatures probably resides in the large lake miles away now. If any Russians or tourists have seen unknown creatures in that lake or the streams please leave detailed comments on this article about what you saw, including the time, day, month, year or season of your sighting and if you were drunk or high or your eyes blurry or clear and distance you saw the creature or creatures at.

I’d also appreciate other comments about your personal sightings if any of unknown Russian lake dragons/serpents/dinos/water horses/water dogs or however it looked to you. Perhaps you’ve seen a creature not even mentioned before in history. And if you’ve seen a dinosaur or dragon on land, let readers here know the details and time.

Are Bigfeet Nephilim – Is Bigfoot Nephilim?

April 9, 2014 3 comments

I just read a blog entry which claims that bigfeet are not Nephilim because Nephilim weren’t hairy. Where does the Bible say that? No where. In fact it’s known that at least one famous person in the Bible was very hair, like a fur covered animal, Esau. If a watcher mated with a hairy human, guess what you might get? The “none were hairy” absurd claim was made by Michaels Heiser. It does anger me a little that he said that because it’s a hasty generalization not based on evidence, and it looks like he knew better and was just being lazy and arrogant.

There’s no reason to rule out bigfoot creatures as not being Nephilim. It makes sense that they are since they apparently have the ability to become invisible, super strength as in the ability to uproot fully grown trees and at least one kind is known to turn them upside down and ram them into the ground even, fully grow trees. It would explain their human-like intelligence in that some are said to be able to speak fluent human-languages, their size, ability to become invisible, extreme toughness, ability to withstand bullets (some of them at least) and visible supernatural features in their design, like glowing eyes and six toes. If some or all UFOs, as in the class kind really are demonic, then it shouldn’t be surprising they’d have an affinity to these creatures since they would be half “watcher” according to the book of Enoch, as in part of those beings called Watchers which were similar to angels and who were permanently condemned, except perhaps for a few.

My guess is that the gorilla ape-stock that many came from went extinct like many dinosaurs and giant mammals did for various reasons, including human causes. Remember that mankind did not inhabit the entire planet at all times, and that vast amounts of Earth were mostly wild for thousands of years, plenty of time for slow moving not-fast breeding apes to become extinct from surprise attacks by humans and Nephilim, over hunting, diseases, meteor strikes, forest fires and bigger and faster animals preying on them. The mammoths in America were wiped out along with many other kinds of creatures, so it’s easily possible that the gorilla ape-stock that Bigfeet came from went extinct. I doubt Bigfeet are half-monkeys or chimps, since none are reported to have tails and they don’t have that monkey or chimpanzee look or walk, therefore the monkeys in South America probably are not their ancestors, but rather this ape-stock that no longer exists.

As for the somewhat Bigfeet-like creatures reported in Africa in one or two places, who knows what they are since they are more like half man half orangutang.

It could also be that some or all Nephilim of the Bigfeet type came in part from a more man-like creature than a gorilla, and that this more man-like creature also went extinct, or perhaps they still exist in Africa as those man-like creatures reported there that I mentioned.

Yellowstone: Find Any Crystals or Beautiful Rocks?

November 9, 2012 Leave a comment

I’m interested in anyone who while looking around in some spot in Yellowstone National Forest has found any of the following:

geodes, crystals, banded agate, bubbly-looking rocks (aka botryoidal), pieces of quartz, sparkling rocks (druzy/drusy) but which are not geodes (geodes meaning rocks that contain crystals or agate on the inside and most be broken or cut to expose the material inside), very large unnamed boulders in the middle of no where (meaning far away from most other large rocks and the spot in which you found them not having but a few boulders), strong>arrowheads, petrified wood, especially drusy petrified wood, dinosaur or plant fossils, amber, groups of old bottles (including ones from 1980 and before). Don’t waste my time with comments about such and such being illegal.

I’m also interested in stories of undocumented caves, sinkholes, springs, sightings of unknown insects, including flies, bees and wasps. I’m also interested in strange plant finds, including mushrooms and anything that looked like grape leaves, but were very rough feeling and twisty (a weed I think it is). I’m also interested in any unusual animal sightings like strange snakes, giant snakes, dinosaurs (including dragons) and giant birds. And if you found any giant human skulls or saw a giant, or a “little person” other than a modern day dwarf, I’d also like to know. I’m not interested in UFO sightings because those are common and happen anywhere, unless you had something put in you by whoever was inside, and have proof of it, and no I don’t want to hear a story that you have proof, I want to see it.

Remember to give the specific location of your find, and if you can get a picture, try. If you want something for what you know, then make an offer, I’m willing to trade very valuable information of my own, if you have video to back up your claim. If you only have witnesses testimony, they must have some sort of social networking account, must appear to be decent people at least, otherwise I’ll think you might be using different emails, or getting some friends to lie for you.

A Letter to Dr. Jason Braithwaite

October 29, 2012 Leave a comment

To Dr. Braithwaite (and Fortean author Nick Redfern),

I study logical fallacies, not sure if that is your field since you say you’re a lecturer in cog psych as opposed to philosophy. I also study theology and psychology, specifically anti-social personality disorders, I teach those subjects too. I noticed in what seems to be an old version of your Seven Fallacies of Thought article you saying that science it he most openminded of knowledge systems. There’s a problem with that statement, which perhaps you realized and so removed, but in case it for some reason was still there and wasn’t being found I’ll explain why (and this is also meant for Nick Redfern whom I listened to on Coast to Coast AM, listened to him say that we should always be open to things that are contrary to what we believe):

It’s a fallacy to think you should be open minded to anything, it’s related to the fallacy that there is no absolute truth, that you can never reach truth and so should never commit to a belief being 100% true. In fact mainstream science is logically fallacious (and you saying that demonstrated partly why) because the philosophy of it (which is only exposed when its proponents are caught in an error despite using “science”) is that “we’re still learning” aka “still improving” in other words always endlessly learning and “correcting when needed” which is a bait and switch phrase for, “you can never have the absolute truth but must keep searching” aka “be open minded”. Now suppose that is just a bad fall back mainstream scientists make and that MAINSTREAM science (which is illogically referred to them as simply, “science” (no offense)), and that really it’s not about being open minded to no end, but, as its proponents say, about hypothesizing, experimenting, verifying (and adding to the knowledge of science), that may be so, but the problem is they inject their own bias and additional philosophy into it, hence, making it so called, “Mainstream” (in other words “mainstream” has come to mean,

“Belief that science cannot verify the existence of God, that the big bang is true, abiogenesis (whatever it may be) is true, Darwinian evolution specifically is true (not other evolution theories even if they don’t rely on a god or God or alien), that relativity is true and anyone who says they are not is not a true scientist or is less trustworthy than an ms scientist and is illogical or ignorant of the facts or delusional.”

It’s a well known fact among the world that that is what mainstreamers believe, or at least state openly in various ways so as to shield themselves from attack and persecution from their “peers” or those who believe things contrary to that biased philosophy.

So, it’s wrong in that many of its members at the very least, deny absolute truth when caught in mistakes, and for the other reasons I stated, and those other reasons are wrong for various obvious reasons which I won’t explain, because they are obvious or can be easily looked up (I made it easier by making a portal for that at experiments that contradict the claims that the universe is older than 6,500 years, living fossils, data that contradicts the big bang, contradictions in relativity, biblical prophecy (which is verifiable scientifically as is archeology and psychology, the whole bible is scientifically verifiable in various ways as are the whole of facts of archeology and psychology, though they may not be a single book or a few similar versions as the Bible is conveniently).

As you probably already know, but in case don’t, or forget, you shouldn’t be open to anything, but only that which is in agreement with the facts, with truth, and with what is logical. So if someone says, “Be open minded that 2+2=4 is false” it’s not something to consider, and for me, if someone says, “Be open to (MAINSTREAM) science being superior to any other way of obtaining knowledge of what is true or false real and not real, I automatically know that is false, because it’s a bait and switch: mainstreamers are the ones who usually say that, and they mean MAINSTREAM science, not simply “science” and make another bait and switch fallacy by confusing the meaning of the word science even further, by meaning both “the method” and “the field of knowledge obtained by science” which are two entirely different things. The method has nothing to do with “You can’t prove God with science”, and even the field of science itself has no say on that, it’s just an accumulation of knowledge put together in some way. It’s not some single book magically kept one way by some mainstreamer or mainstreamers so that there are no other science-based knowledge that says, “God has been shown to exist by various characteristics of the universe, for example the instinctive knowledge of living things is knowledge that can be deduced through thought experiments showing that such knowledge must have been deliberately created rather than by chance (etc)…”.

A person’s mind should only be open to a thing being true (meaning, willing to consider a thing as being true) if they don’t have any knowledge which is plainly true that contradicts that thing being true. For example is someone said, “Be open to an all powerful, all knowing, perfectly logical, loving and vengeful being called ‘Yahweh’ and who is also called ‘God’, exists,” to someone who has no clear facts that an all powerful, all knowing, perfectly logical, loving and vengeful being, ‘God’ exists.

If we are not closed-minded to that which is clearly false, then we would be opening ourselves to the endless learning of the same things over and over again, no matter how simple and obvious or vexing, like “one plus one equals two” or that “deliberate abuse of and murdering little kids is immoral/not good/evil” or some particular crime that was plainly a crime because everyone saw the act committed (and yet the criminal repeatedly appeals to everyone to “have an open mind that he really didn’t commit a crime and that the crime was just an illusion, and that the blood that was spilled on the ground was fake, and that no one died and was buried, and that all the witnesses and investigators are imagining things, and the photos and videos even are false). If that is true, then there really is no point in going to get water to quench your thirst, because your thirst could be just as false as true, and water just as much existing as not; life would be a confusing mess and the pursuit of anything all like trying to accomplish something in a dream: futile.


The Alien Reptilian On My Laptop

Unfortunately for me, and all alien reptilian lovers, this little dino escaped from me yesterday when I brought him out for food and sun. And wow could his heavy little body run fast! He disappeared in a bush I thought, which I tore out and dug in to find, but his little body blended in among the rocks, perhaps through the use of some advanced cloaking device.