Gemworld, the world inside Doctor Strange’s Orb of Agamotto… All real as it turns out.

This alien world is not a frame from Guardians of the Galaxy

This isn’t a Cassini photo of a Saturn moon against an asteroids field or a frame from Guardians of the Galaxy. This beautiful alien landscape is right here on Earth, a microscopic world hidden inside a gemstone, photographed by Danny J. Sanchez. He told me about the process behind his work here.

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Omnec Onec – woman from Venus

Strictly speaking she isn’t a woman from Venus, she is the spirit of a Venusian possessing the body of a woman who as a girl suffered a knockdown accident by a car and whose own intelligence was then replaced by the Venusian.

And the Venusians are entities in another vibrational realm or parallel world, adjacent dimensionally to our own dear old cometary Venus with its disturbing hostile surface conditions and its Earth-like upper atmosphere…

Bizarre.

Given how old she is she is in terrific shape though.

Neanderthals: ORCS. It was “them” or “us”. Rape and slaughter later… It’s “us”*

neanderthal_front*who are still part “them”…

Evolutionary detective Danny Vendramini argues in ‘Them and Us’ that anthropomorphism -our propensity to see Neanderthals much like ourselves- has blurred western thinking on all things Neanderthals.

He argues that facial reconstructions on Neanderthals based on human faces are misleading, and that primates provide a better analogue for reconstructing facial characteristics of Neanderthals.

If you’re disturbed by these images, there’re a good reason for it. Like other prey species, humans have an innate capacity to recognize our natural predator. What Neanderthals ‘felt’ like is hardwired into our genes. Neanderthal predation was so traumatic that even 28,000 years after the last Neanderthal disappeared, they can still push our buttons.

http://www.themandus.org/what_they_looked_like.html

To quote from Ivan Sanderson’s Abominable Snowmen: Legend Come To Life, page 385:
“I have a fancy that a somewhat extensive galaxy of alleged creatures in the folklore of Western Europe is of this same most pragmatic nature. If you come to look into what was said about Fairies, Pixies, Trolls, Titans, Vampires, Ghouls, Gnomes, Imps, Bogies, Brownies, Elves, Leprechauns, Satyrs, Ogres, and Fauns [as diametrically opposed to “ghosts,” “specters,” “apparitions,” “spirits,” “phantoms,” “wraiths,” “spooks,” “banshees,” “lemures,” or “lorelei,” which were definitely of Class 2], you will find that they may all be summed up by the classic line from the somewhat bawdy old English song that begins “There are fairies at the bottom of our garden”
“Creatures, usually hairy, generally malignant, only rarely benevolent, but perfectly capable of breeding, as well as communicating with human beings, form the basis of these tales. And note, they come in four convenient sizes. The same may be said for all similar types known by whatever other languages all over Europe, North Africa, and a great part of what is today Russia. There seem, indeed, to have been “in the beginning” ABSMs of just the usual four types—pigmy; man-sized [and specifically of the Neanderthaler kind]; giant;[and one more apelike]”

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