Following on from the last post’s featureless face beauty I have a far from featureless face, which hopefully provides support and inspiration for those who don’t feel they have either.
I hear a lot about plastic surgery being done now that I consider unnecessary; but they are unlikely to listen to me, especially if they really think they need it.
Maybe this photo I took in Iceland is me showing I am over vanity; and consider the ‘light’ more important/beautiful; as the photo is not one I consider flattering to myself, and feature it here to show the light and ask if you think it is an orb or lens flare?
I honestly don’t know. While I’ve had some feelings/sightings of ‘supernaturalness’ that time wasn’t one, and I didn’t know anything about it until looking at the photo.
The sun was definitely shining brightly, which is a big factor in lens flares, but it seems much brighter and clearer than most lens flares I’ve seen.
The ‘weirdness’ factor is increased by the fact that I didn’t intend taking a ‘selfie’ originally. In the cold and brightness; I’d been on the icy fjord all day (about 10-5 in the short daylight) on my own on a freezing January day, having originally just gone out to buy food!; I accidentally turned the phone camera’s view around. I thought it was worth taking a selfie with the sun behind me, but didn’t see any ‘orbs’.
I’d previously seen Iceland ‘orbs’ in the Dream Wife ‘Fire’ video:
Please share or enquire where you want, as I’m not interested in making money from it, and just ask out of interest and public service.
The Independent via MSN reports today that the Atacama body mystery featured in my Valentine’s Day poetry has been solved after research, and it has been proved human.
However, they report ‘The investigation also revealed four genetic mutations presumed to be involved with bone diseases, all of which were previously unknown to science.’
I don’t know that much about it, but could that leave the door open to it being a hybrid? Especially as I read in another article on MSN, about humans, that:
‘Humans are among the least genetically diverse species, mostly because we probably descended from a small group of early humans who lived in East Africa. Population geneticists describe genetic diversity with a measure called “effective population size.” Basically, effective population size is how many people you would need to reproduce the genetic diversity of our full population. For humans, this number is really low and hovers around 15,000 individuals. It is kind of crazy when you consider that actual population size is 7 billion. If compared to mice, some species of them have an effective population size of 733,000.’
So, putting the two articles together with a quick wrIus (writer-genius, wri-ius blending) connection it seems amazing that four new mutations were found in one ‘human’ if we are ‘among the least genetically diverse species.’
Talking of amazing I noticed a new wrIus blending in the fourth paragraph of the ‘Ata’ article: ‘has been the subject of intense speculation among online alien enthusiasts ever since it was revealed to the world.
‘alien enthusiasts’ just leapt out as the blended alienthusiasts!
Space Alien Documentaries
I’m continuing to keep up with space watching Quest at 9pm on a Saturday night. Now they’ve got repeats of NASA’s Unexplained Files on, which isn’t as up-to-date or sensational-as-in-amazing as the UFOs Lost Evidence that premiered last year. I’d now seen most of the cases on YouTube, although they provided more explanation, and sometimes seemed to provide adequate proof, such as space junk.
Highlights from a couple of episodes ago were:
1. three objects seeming to be leaving the Earth, flapping wings; the team reported that corroborated sightings outside their craft by two different teams of Russian cosmonauts in 1984, who were reported as saying they’d seen winged golden angels glowing outside their craft. It reminded me of the Watchers from the Noah movie; I watched it for the first time last Christmas; which are angelic beings in the first testament (but can also be traced to other Middle-East religions/myths, such as the Mesopotamian Apkallu, which had the same ‘handbag’ as Mayans across the Atlantic Ocean, as previously mentioned on my travel25years sister site):
The Creation depiction also had a lot of gYgPOP (greenYgreyPinkyOrangePurple) relevance:
Conducting further research this morning I found this Ancient Aliens documentary series clip, and thought the ‘angels’ depiction was reminiscent of yellow Ys, as in greenYgrey!:
2. ‘noise/music’ heard for nearly an hour on the ‘dark side of the moon’, where/when communication with Earth is lost, by an American Apollo mission. I wondered if Pink Floyd knew before writing Dark Side of the Moon?
The last episode’s highlight was ‘alien life’ bugs brought back from the moon by Apollo 12. The programme’s balanced investigation considered NASA’s explanation that it was contaminated before leaving or after returning to the Earth’s ocean.
I also recently caught up on the Conspiracy Theory programme Area 51 investigation from 2009-2012 on TruTV. You may find it online, but I don’t know about the legality. Corroborating the ‘Ata’ is human findings, it found that the weird sightings in the south-west of the USA were human military and space aircraft or holograms (explanation for Phoenix, Arizona massive craft also featured in my Valentine poem).
I am still open-minded and agnostic about it all, thinking there must be life out there, but not knowing what it is exactly. I had my ant theory about humanity on Earth a long time ago, and concerning space, I think we couldbe like fish in the ocean to us, seeing other creatures entering our part of the water: a newish little rock pool in a vast expanse of ancient existence.
There’s a lot of people who know a lot more about it than me, including anybody with Discovery Channel and who’s watched all the Ancient Aliens documentaries!
My XaW Files book is a parody comedy, and has nothing much to contribute on the alien space issue, although there is a mysteries theme throughout, mostly focusing on me the writer’s mental process. I became interested in the subject again more from watching new evidence on Quest last year.
In yesterday’s blog we wrote how our XaW Files search for our Andy Wolfhol had reached Kamchatka a few months after Kamchatka the band released their fifth album, called The Search Goes On.
X Files Style Mystery
Hi, it’s Wolf Whitzer, intrepid investigative newshound at the satirical comedy Greenygrey News (GNN) inspired by Wolf Blitzer in the CNN world.
The X Files style mystery deepened upon further investigation into Kamchatka the Swedish rock band, as their fourth album’s cover looks as if it foresaw the greenYgrey rebranding that was recently revealed.
The album cover features three totem poles, as the greenYgrey became three colours, and the three colours of the greenYgrey are all there: green, yellow and grey.
The Greenygrey Alibi
Suspicion for the greenYgrey cover entering the human world might fall on the greenYgrey in the human world.
However, the Greenygrey world was divided in 2011, with Grey spending it all exiled Down Under in a story documented in the legendaryWerewolf of Oz epic virtual ramble across all the regions of Australia. It started 2011 in the Northern Territories, and ended the year in N.S.W. Meanwhile, Green was fighting for freedom in Blighty.
In fact, I found the fingerprints of a werehippo rather than a werewolf when I followed the clues trail to Wikipedia, as the cover art layout and design of Bury Your Roots (2011) is credited to Hippograffix.
Significance of Three to the Mystery
Investigating all the Kamchatka albums I made the elementary induction that there are three members of the band, and there are three individual subjects or objects on all of their five album covers.
So the three has been a consistent symbol for Kamchatka albums, with that significance most likely explained by the band consisting of three: Roger Öjersson – lead vocals & bass, Thomas “Juneor” Andersson – lead vocals & guitar and Tobias Strandvik – drums.
Colours of the greenYgrey
The five Kamchatka albums have a variety of colours. The first featured three birds in an orangeyred sky; the second had three octopuses in a blueygrey sea; the third had three balloons in a yellowygrey sky and the fifth has three divers in a blueygrey sea.
Moreover, there are other colours featured on the album covers which could also claim significance.
However, as the X Files usually had a little feature still unexplained at the end of each episode, the only album to be mostly greenYgrey was the one released around the time the greenYgrey rebranding was gathering pace.
Moreover, the greenYgrey rebranding had been finalised before the fifth Kamchatka album had been released.
Scullymulder used to think the truth is out there. Kamchatka are still searching, and so is the Greenygrey… in Kamchatka.
Here’s Kamchatka in some old style Greenygrey action:
Hi it’s Wolfgang. No, our headline is not a breakfast, lunch or brunch menu, it’s to do with a couple of intriguing greenygrey questions I’ve been mulling over. And the mull refers to thinking rather than drinking; it’s a bit early for a that traditional Christmas tipple.
Greenygrey Weather: Chicken or Egg First Type Dilemma
With greenygrey weather dominating much of Britain and Europe at the moment, with green and grey joined as one for most of the last few days, I was wondering if such greenygrey weather preceded the greenygrey, or if the greenygrey was created before such green and grey weather.
I didn’t get very far I’m afraid, and it will have to remain an unexplained greenygrey mystery.
Why Pea Souper?
And it also got me wondering why foggy weather received the name ‘pea-souper’ back in the 19th century, as it looks more grey and mushroomy than green and peay.