Monsters and Men - Is there a strange reality behind humanity's mythical creatures?
Updated: Dec 5, 2022
Mythical creatures have existed in human culture since recorded history. In Egypt, there was Ammit the Devourer of the Dead, Apep the Enemy of Light, Bennu, the Bird of Fire, El Naddaha the Siren of the Nile, the Griffin/Beast of War, and a host of various Egpytian Gods (Osiris, Isis, Horus, Seth and Ptah, etc.). The dragon features in Asian culture and various serpents and winged beasts in Ancient Greece. The legend of the Thunderbird shows up in Native American culture (including Northern tribes as well as the Aztec) — the recent Predator film, Prey (2022), plays into this latter theme where an alien ship is interpreted as a Thunderbird.
According to Wikipedia, "The thunderbird is a legendary creature in certain North American indigenous peoples' history and culture. It is considered a supernatural being of power and strength. It is especially important, and frequently depicted, in the art, songs and oral histories of many Pacific Northwest Coast cultures, but is also found in various forms among some peoples of the American Southwest, East Coast of the United States, Great Lakes, and Great Plains. In modern times it has achieved notoriety as a purported cryptid, similar to creatures such as Bigfoot, and the Loch Ness Monster."
Feeling brave, I decided to dive headlong and blind into the controversial waters and look into this mystery to see what kind of data revealed itself through the senses alone.
Birds of a Feather
In the latter 1800's, there was a case where a creature was supposedly found and photographed, rumored to be at least 40 feet wide in wingspan. This case, reported in the news at the time, is sometimes referred to as the Tombstone Thunderbird or Pterodactyl. What arose in my session indicated an array of different things.
Oddly, rather early in the session I had written "corpse" and "reptilian". Then I immediately depicted a robotic figure in a sort of cartoon image with the words Echo Human (Ecce Homo - behold the man), but also the words "beautiful" and "under duress". I then wrote "flight and weightlessness". The word "invention" also appeared. There was an Ansel Adams-looking landscape in nature, a clueless person walking as well as some technology or debris (and excavation).
Buzz, Buzz, Buzz
Later, I saw something with wings flying in clouds, flight, what appears to be a phoenix burning, rising or flying through the air. It was "strange, greeted, and omni-shape". There was a figure associated with the flying that appeared in the clouds with the words "takes shape" and "Christian". These former perceptions are notable within the context of the "shape-shifter" concept. Note also the terms "master of disguises", and "some sort of alliance".
Somehow the subject was depicted as scared, panicked and with fear. Given the text of "pilgrimage", "light at the end of the tunnel", and "philanthropy", it is not hard to think that there is a positive nature to this, or that there is more than one subject involved, at least in the content of the session (see also the strange and wacky case of the Chickenman). I also got journey, mask and clouds. I then posed the following five questions below (borrowed from popular brain-storming techniques):
Why? -To complete; to arrive.
Where? - Planes. Eccentric.
How? - Excavated (was there actual debris found?) there is a drawing of a long pterodactyl-looking arm. The labeling says "trumped" and "rehabilitation occurs - mass effect".
When? -1800s, grey tones.
Who? -1800s drawings, linework, and photos. Weird, in the dark, and chameleon.
This was followed by "master of disguises", "some sort of alliance" and "goes into the future and down" with the fitting AOL of "news story".
Finally, there was a creature with a bird beak labeled. Here are some of the highlights:
There's a Dogman Licking His Chops in Our National Forests?
More recently there has been a rise of "Dogman" stories popping up on the internet and in various places like Youtube. Like any investigator of the weird, I felt curious to also look at the nature behind this topic further. In a single session on the phenomenon I got nothing related to a dog-like figure, not to say certain accounts are inaccurate or untruthful. But it does seem that one possibility, at least in some cases, is that there is UAP/anomalous activity present.
In the session I found myself feeling disoriented and upside down. Once again there was debris, and an explosion, then an electro-magnetically charged sky in nature, near a forest, and a reflective structure. There was also a hinged-device, rotating, pointing or aiming. Someone watching on then appeared to be thinking of parts of something, or debris, with "zero-life expectancy". There were glowing embers and the phrase "stuck between a rock and a hard place". There was "smoke in the distance", the words "black", "fiery", and "some kind of terror" and also a bright source of light. It reminded me of the cartoon Battle of the Planets.
But is this data relevant? It's hard to say definitively, but if so it could point towards the possibility that, separate from any fables or pranks, such sightings might sometimes be misinterpreted realities, or disguised events that are actually UAP or alien in nature, perhaps in a similar sense that Bigfoot sightings are said to be "screen" images, projected illusions or some other shapeshifting, hairy/smelly phenomenon taking place out in the garden of nature. It stretches the imagination, and yet looking at these things closer can provide a small piece of the reality puzzle that just may point to 'downed craft' of a higher dimensional nature and ability.
There is also a seeming connection to a session I did on ancient Egypt where I was unwittingly tasked to describe who made the mysterious Saqqara bowls. Again I saw what appeared to be a fiery, epic battle-type scene with clouds in the skies reminiscent of Star Wars or Dune. Again, I depicted a "Darth Vader" character, a dragon-like creature, and a spaceship.
Finally, in another session, I drew this figure, which was representative of a dark, super-hero figure not exactly well-intending in nature. It seems representative again of the imposing side of the UFO theme.
Throughout human history there have been accounts of a battle between good and evil taking place, and that we exist somewhere within this battle. Myths have developed around a cosmic struggle between good and evil, light and dark, and so on. There have been plenty of Remote Viewing sessions that would indicate something strange like that going on in our very skies. As if Nimoy Sunset Pie were not strange enough.