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I kto to mówił,że nie ma smoków ???Sea monster found on the beach of Aberdeen, UK.

Posted by zenobiusz w dniu 21 lipca 2011

20th July 2011

A couple were left shocked when they discovered the rotting body of a sea monster while walking along a beach.

Margaret and Nick Flippence made the incredible find as they exercised their dogs at Bridge of Don,  Aberdeen.

Mr Flippence, 59, who lives nearby, said: ‚We were stunned. I thought, „oh my God what is it?”




Kris HComment by Kris H 14 minutes ago
@Malou: I had posted the blog on the Chinese sea monster, but it was deleted without any reason given. I assume it was not genuine, or was not something odd. Could have been a badly decayed whale.
Malou (Marie Louise) GeleffComment by Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff 1 hour ago
Thanks Mega M !  yes, and we also had a blog on a Chinese sea monster, not long ago, but can´t find that one…

Here´s from another  http://www.zetatalk2.com/ning/12ju2010.htm chat, last year :

Can you tell the origin of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ac%C3%A1mbaro_figures these sculptures representing dinosaurs and impossible creatures. They where found by Waldemar Julsrud near Acámbaro. Seems like there is some kind of cover up over this. Russian scientists where not allowed to examine them in details. Some of these sculptures represent an interacting between man and dinosaur (ancient lizards).[and from another] http://www.dinosaursandman.com/research/THE_DINOSAURS_OF_ACAMBARO.pdf „The objects were made of clay and stone varying in size from a few inches long to statues three feet high and dinosaur objects four to five feet long. In the collection, that now numbered over twenty thousand, not one object could be found to be a duplicate of another. Each of the clay pieces had been individually made, without molds, skillfully sculptured, and carefully decorated. In this collection of unequalled size, dinosaur figures numbering several hundred were scientifically identified as representing many species of dinosaurs: dinosaurs including duck-billed Trachodon, Gorgosaurus, horned Monoclonius, Ornitholestes, Titanosaurus, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Paleococincus, Diplodocus, Podokosaurus, Struthiominos, Plesiosaur, Leviathan, Maiasaura, Rhamphorynchus, Iguanodon, Brachiosaurus, Pteranodon, Dimetrodon, Ichtyornis, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Rhynococephalia, and other unknown or yet unidentified dinosaur species. Hapgood submitted the samples to the Laboratory of Isotopes, Inc in New Jersey. The results were as follows:
Sample No. 1: (I-3842) 3590 + – 100 (C. 1640 B.C.)
Sample No. 2: (I-4015) 6480 + – 170 (C. 4530 B.C.)
Sample No. 3: (I-4031) 3060 + – 120 (C. 1110 B.C.)”

Dinosaurs live with man today, in the outback deserts of Australia where large lizards running on rear legs have been sighted, in the rivers of Australia where something akin to Nessie has been sighted, and of course in Scotland where Nessie lives. Extinct fish are occasionally raised from the deep, and the crocodile and cockroach are just as old. What qualifies as extinction is in the mind and memory of man, and modern man has decided that large creatures such as monstrously large lizards could not possibly be sharing their Earth. Such a scary thought! Thus, as the possibility has been discarded, for the sake of comfort, the evidence must be discarded too. Did dinosaurs live in this remote desert area of Mexico as recently as 3,600 years ago, or the multiple, 7,200 years ago? The mammoth died out only 3,600 years ago on islands now in the Arctic circle, so indeed, quite possible. During every pole shift, there are climate changes, with surviving animals migrating afterwards to locales where the new climate and food sources suited them. The remaining mammoths were thrust into a region so cold and inhospitable that they did not manage to migrate before dying out. The Acámbaro region was not the desert it is today, in the past. Lush, it supported dinosaurs which had been pushed to this region by changes in the surrounding terrain. When this enclave suddenly became desert, they died out, but are recorded for history by t

MegaMontanaComment by MegaMontana 2 hours ago
Here is a ZetaTalk about a creature found on the shores of Eastern Russia, near Japan, back in 2006.

„As has been noted in recent years, tropical creatures are migrating North along coastlines, and overland, due to the general warming of the crust. This is not Global Warming, a degree or two in the air, but crustal warming, which has the permafrost melting from the bottom up, as well as glaciers and polar ice. There are more species than man is aware of, and certainly during disruptions they are more likely to come to notice of man. This creature is deep sea, not roaming near shore, and does not take the bait that fishing boats troll with. Thus, unless a deep sea exploration cell were to take sight of it, it remained unknown to man. Turbulence in the ocean, under sea volcano eruptions, and in particular emissions from rock as the fault lines under water are stressed drove this creature too near shore, where he was helpless to fight the tides!”

Malou (Marie Louise) GeleffComment by Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff 3 hours ago
Wow, Andrey !! That´s actually „down the coast” from Loch Ness….  mini-Nessie ?  Well, Firth of Moray is in between, but who knows what underseas tunnels may be opening, now… we just had a Mag 4 + south of Iceland yesterday…

What a find !!


Jedna odpowiedź to “I kto to mówił,że nie ma smoków ???Sea monster found on the beach of Aberdeen, UK.”

  1. Wizzgaa said

    Może to jakaś zdumiewająca odmiana suma-murenopodobnego albo krokodylaka-beznogiego / żywa skamielina/ z okresu radiacji adaptacyjnej .A może w ogóle ściemka fotograficzna.


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