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ABDUCTION & ANIMAL/HUMAN MUTILATION

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wensam
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#361 | Posted: 16 Jan 2012 17:26
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Joe:
Anything good can be turned against us.

Absolutely true Joe, and as you say we can take advantage of our positivity etc etc
Joe
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#362 | Posted: 16 Jan 2012 17:34
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The nearest device I've got for manipulating dreams is something called a "Nova Dreamer". I bought this device many years ago now, and it is suppose to alarm "you" when one is dreaming into knowing they are dreaming, and then turing that dream into lucidtity; has worked now and then.
dark star
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#363 | Posted: 16 Jan 2012 19:12 | Edited by: dark star
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wensam:
IOH and DS, it's quite clear that you are responsible parents and have guided your children well. Im not against these things, in fact I used to beat the boys at racing games and I did get addicted to tetris. When I said that too much gaming was potentially harmful, I was thinking about the students that did drop out cause of too much weed and games as well as the children whose parents use computer games to babysit their children, let them have a tv and console in their bedroom. One child I teach quite often comes to school tired and has told us he has been up late playing games. I could go on.

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dark star
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#364 | Posted: 16 Jan 2012 19:17
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wensam:
IOH and DS, it's quite clear that you are responsible parents and have guided your children well. Im not against these things, in fact I used to beat the boys at racing games and I did get addicted to tetris. When I said that too much gaming was potentially harmful, I was thinking about the students that did drop out cause of too much weed and games as well as the children whose parents use computer games to babysit their children, let them have a tv and console in their bedroom. One child I teach quite often comes to school tired and has told us he has been up late playing games. I could go on.

I think the trick is to find the balance,since Christmas i have made it routine to just take the box off of him when ever i choose.....now i just put my hand out and he turns it off and gives it to me.
Im trying to keep him physically strong and active so he,s been a member of the the swimming and judo clubs since he was 5,he dos both sports twice weekly...so the balance is slightly tilted in my direction.But he really enjoy those sports so im lucky really.


I think that if you love your kids then you should show an interest in them.There,s a family near us where all the kids and father seem to do is play computer games....mostly war games.I know the father is up till the early hours doing this...............depressing isn,t it ?
wensam
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#365 | Posted: 16 Jan 2012 19:19
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Yes it is depressing DS, seen too much bad of it. Glad to see your example :)
Arrmand
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#366 | Posted: 19 Jan 2012 11:37
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Joe:
device I've got for manipulating dreams is something called a "Nova Dreamer"

That sound fascinating.
fizzysparkle
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#367 | Posted: 19 Jan 2012 15:17
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Is this the animal mutilation forum?

If so, does anybody out there have any further information about the string of horse mutilations in Devon and South Wales. Horse & Hounds have covered three such cases in the last two weeks so either there is a bunch of sickos on the loose or these cases deserve further investigation.
ImOverHere
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#368 | Posted: 19 Jan 2012 15:41 | Edited by: ImOverHere
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fizzysparkle:
If so, does anybody out there have any further information about the string of horse mutilations in Devon and South Wales. Horse & Hounds have covered three such cases in the last two weeks so either there is a bunch of sickos on the loose or these cases deserve further investigation.

Hi fizzy
Do you have any other info on the type, location or neatness of the cuts or lacerations ?

Do you have a link to the H & H article ?


I live in the West Highlands of Scotland and keep my ear to the ground for mutilation reports. Its a bit iffy asking around about such incidents because you would get a suspicous reaction which can be difficult in small communities where everybody knows everybody and the gossip grapevine can kick into overdrive at the slightest hint.
fizzysparkle
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#369 | Posted: 19 Jan 2012 16:11
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ImOverHere:
Do you have any other info on the type, location or neatness of the cuts or lacerations ?

Do you have a link to the H & H article ?


I live in the West Highlands of Scotland and keep my ear to the ground for mutilation reports. Its a bit iffy asking around about such incidents because you would get a suspicous reaction which can be difficult in small communities where everybody knows everybody and the gossip grapevine can kick into overdrive at the slightest hint.

Hiya ImOverHere
This is the Horse & Hound link where you will find some details on the latest horse mutilation attack and further links are provided within the article about the other attacks:

http://www.horseandhound.co.uk/news/397/311110.html

As you will discover, all of these attacks have occurred over a two week period and I was absolutely dumbfounded to read in the latest H&H article that the RSPCA says, "No foul play is suspected and the injuries are thought to have been inflicted post mortem."

I would be interested to know what you think when you've read the articles.
abitofgreen
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#370 | Posted: 19 Jan 2012 18:55
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fizzysparkle:
either there is a bunch of sickos on the loose or these cases deserve further investigation.

Personally i doubt if this is the work of sickos but without seeing the wounds it would be difficult to say for definite. The description of the type of wounds does however bear similarities to other strange animal mutilations and points to another far stranger source.

Even if the police on the ground thought foul play was involved they would no doubt be told to drop their investigations from their superiors. These types of cases are often whitewashed and swept under the carpet.

I suspect that the report suggesting that the injuries were post-mortem was because there was a lack of blood around the wounds, typical with cases like this that don't seem to have a rational, earthly explanation.

It is horrific and my thoughts go out to the owners of these animals. Seems to be quite a spate of them in that area recently. I wonder if David Cayton is aware of these.
dreamkatcher
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#371 | Posted: 19 Jan 2012 19:00
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fizzysparkle:
As you will discover, all of these attacks have occurred over a two week period and I was absolutely dumbfounded to read in the latest H&H article that the RSPCA says, "No foul play is suspected and the injuries are thought to have been inflicted post mortem."

I would be interested to know what you think when you've read the articles.

Ive posted on facebook on RDHs page, plus on my homepage, & to all farmers I know, people who have horses, etc. as PROOF it is happening & anything they DO know would be helpful.

We all know things have to be extremely bad for the RSPCA or Police to do anything about it, but the complete lack of information in the media is sooooo disgusting.

Its time something was done. Thanks for posting.

dk
Arrmand
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#372 | Posted: 23 Jan 2012 08:18
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dreamkatcher:
Ive posted on facebook on RDHs page, plus on my homepage, & to all farmers I know, people who have horses, etc. as PROOF it is happening & anything they DO know would be helpful.

We all know things have to be extremely bad for the RSPCA or Police to do anything about it, but the complete lack of information in the media is sooooo disgusting.

Its time something was done. Thanks for posting.

dk

well done dk I have talked to the local farmer as well and pointed it out that strange things are happening to wild as well as farm animals, to keep his eye open and to contact me if anything strange has happened I have lent him my killers on the moor book to have a look at, and peak his interest.
dreamkatcher
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#373 | Posted: 23 Jan 2012 11:57
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Arrmand:
I have talked to the local farmer as well and pointed it out that strange things are happening to wild as well as farm animals, to keep his eye open and to contact me if anything strange has happened

My daughter works as a shepherdess on a hill farm (wont go into it again tho) but she says nobody will discuss it. They have their cattle/sheep/horses until Hunting Seson starts, out on the hills most of the year, & only bring them in in really bad weather. She says the only damage they see up there is eyes pecked out of dead animals, & some injuries but nothing like what we know can happen. Her boss just shrugs it off, as do most of his friends, whom I talk to when Im there.

I bought RDHs Silent Killers DVD purposely to show them. Some have borrowed it but then say they havent had chance to watch it. IMO if they DID, they might be more aware of what CAN happen. There was case in Hexham area, which isnt far from them, so youd think theyd be interested. Im sure I would be, but there again, if its predator damage, then the insurance pays out. Id rather know the truth. There cant be many foxes around, as its the base for one of the big Hunts in the area, & other Hunts meet there as well, plus Otterhounds meet there too.

There are red deer there as well, & Ive seen badgers too. Plenty of birds of prey, & Red Kites & other species bred not far away.

dk
Arrmand
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#374 | Posted: 23 Jan 2012 12:34
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I would think it's down to fear of the unknown for most of the farmers, even the farmer here is rather sceptical, over the AM problem, but when I asked him has he ever seen an animal with wounds that a normal predator would not do and he said yes but that must have been the work of human, so what type of humans could do that, he mentioned a deer he found many years ago, so how could you get a hold of a deer and do what was done to it? Don't know he said well put it this way how long have you worked the land here in Essex? well it runs in the family we been here for over 160 odd years, then you know the wildlife well then? Oh yes he replies, then I will ask you how would you go about catching a deer. That stumped him, I have only been here a few years and know that a deer will bolt when it gets as much as a sniff of you.

I will talk to him by the end of the week, he said he would read the book, since the telly is shit his words not mine lol.
dreamkatcher
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#375 | Posted: 23 Jan 2012 16:14
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