Species are winking back into existence as the ether returns to a level of health where they can once again manifest on this plane

PREVIOUSLY-EXTINCT SPECIES ARE WINKING BACK INTO EXISTENCE, AND NEW SPECIES ARE COMING INTO EXISTENCE

“A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defense of custom. But the tumult soon subsides. Time makes more converts than reason.”

From “Common Sense”, by Thomas Paine, 1776

Be careful if you share this next article with someone addicted to NPR, because their head might explode like the aliens in that movie ‘Mars Attacks’:

(Alien whose head is about to explode, from “Mars Attacks”, 1996)

Great positive changes are underway at every level of our reality. They began in earnest in 2012, and have been increasing in speed and magnitude. I began writing this series of articles on the subject, entitled “Positive Changes That Are Occurring”, in July of 2013.

These historically-unprecedented positive changes are being driven by many hundreds of thousands, if not millions of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices based on the work of Wilhelm Reich and Karl Hans Welz.

Since Don Croft first fabricated tactical Orgonite in 2000, its widespread, ongoing and ever-increasing distribution has been unknitting and transforming the ancient Death energy matrix built and expanded by our dark masters, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. And, as a result, the Ether is returning to its natural state of health and vitality.

One of the great positive changes that is occurring at this time is that extinct species are reappearing, and new species are appearing for the first time, as the Orgonite-assisted improvement in the etheric environment reached a point where those life forms could manifest. This of course upends the Centuries-long confidence game that is mean-spirited Western materialism, which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether”.

The very existence of any organism is dependent upon a certain minimum level of health in the etheric environment.

Butterfly numbers on Hope Farm in the U.K. increased 213%, or more than tripled, from 2000 to 2017. Several species that were completely absent in 2000 have started breeding on farm, including grey partridge, lapwing and corn bunting.

In May 2005, ecoseeds said “Grass species not seen since 1912 found on Catalina Island”.

Where the author has used the general “grass SPECIES” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

(California dissanthelium grass, which suddenly winked back into existence on Catalina Island in California in 2005 for the first time in almost one hundred years)

The article continues: “The plant, California dissanthelium, had long been thought extinct until a botanist recently spotted the wispy, 7-inch-tall tufts while hiking in Cottonwood Canyon.”

Where “seen” and “spotted” reinforce the false meme that the grass was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

In January 2009, the U.K.’s Telegraph said “A butterfly that has not been seen in the wild in Britain since the Second World War is breeding again in the UK”.

Where “seen” reinforces the false meme that the butterfly was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

Where the author has used the general “A butterfly” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

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(Large Tortoiseshell Butterly, which suddenly winked back into existence in the UK in 2009 for the first time in roughly seventy years)

The article continues: “In Victorian times the Large Tortoiseshell was considered widespread and common in woodland in southern England.”

In May 2009, timeforkids.com said “cryptozoo-oscity: Rare animal found, not seensince 1990”.

Where “seen” reinforces the false meme that the butterfly was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

And where the author has used the general “rare ANIMAL” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, the author also omitted the Philippines, the location of the discovery.

(Visayan Spotted Deer, which suddenly winked back into existence in the Philippines in 2009 for the first time in almost twenty years)

The article continues: “One of the world’s most elusive mammals has revealed itself. Footprints and scat belonging to the Visayan spotted deer have been found deep in the Philippines jungle.”

In September 2010, Discover Magazine widened its eyes to simulate honesty and lied “Search for Long-Lost Amphibians Finds Its First Three”.

Where “search” reinforces the false meme that the amphibians were there, all along, only no one looked for them with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

And where the author has used the general “long-lost AMPHIPIANS” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, they’ve also omitted “Africa” and “Mexico”, the locations of the finds.

They’re pretending that an amphibian-discovery mission had been planned by amphibian geniuses, when in fact they’re Satanically-inverting the truth that extinct species are reappearing in droves.

The author didn’t mention the specific names of any of the amphibians because they wanted to make the subject almost unsearchable. It’s a repeating propaganda tactic used in every single example in this chapter.

The propagandist from the Trusted Authority Figure “Discovery” continues: “Last week Conservation International reported that its scientists had rediscovered three species of amphibians, including a Mexican salamander not seen since 1941.”

Where they said “not SEEN since” to imply that it had been there all along, only no one had looked assiduously enough for it between now and then.

Where they said “Conservation International reported” to give the subconscious of the reader the green light to say, “oh, but that must have been reported incorrectly!” The propagandist knows that many or most readers will grasp virtually any straw to remain off the hook of personal responsibility.

“Including a Mexican SALAMANDER” is another hedging generalization, another refusal to mention the amphibian’s name.

The author continues: “In August, Conservation International launched its globe-spanning search for amphibians that haven’t been seen in decades, but still could exist. This month, they’ve tracked down their first three slippery specimens. Scientists turned up two long-lost African frogs and a salamander from Mexico.”

Where “searched for” and “tracked down” and “turned up” all reinforce the false meme that multiple amphibians were there, all along, only no one looked for them with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “jextraordinary”.That’s why the article goes on to say: “It’s pretty extraordinary to think about just how long it has been since these animals were last seen," observed project co-ordinator Robin Moore of Conservation International (CI). “The last time that the Mexican salamander was seen, Glenn Miller was one of the world’s biggest stars. The Omaniundu reed frog disappeared the year that Sony sold its first ever Walkman.”

He’s used the deceptive “seen” meme twice in succession, and then laid down the truth: that, from our perspective, the Omandiundu reed frog “disappeared” - winked out of existence - in 1979, due to the degradation of its etheric environment. And it was only in 2010 that the ether in the Congo returned to a state of health that would support the manifestation of this particular life form.

Stand, and witness the collapse of mean-spirited Western materialism.

(Mount Nimba Tree Frog, which suddenly reappeared in the Ivory Coast for the first time since 1967)

Last seen in 1967, it lives in the Ivory Coast. A local scientist spotted it.

Where “seen” and “spotted” reinforce the false meme that the gorgeous frog was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

Omaniundu Reed Frog

(Omaniundu Reed Frog, which suddenly reappeared in the Congo in 2011 for the first time since 1979)

The most recently seen of the three, Omaniundu was last noted in 1979. It lives in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Where “noted” reinforces the false meme that the stunning amphibian was there, all along, only no one took care to “note” it in a very long while.

(Cave Splayfoot Salamander)

Cave Splayfoot Salamander. The salamander is native to Mexico’s Hidalgo region.

Remember we just talked about purportedly-extinct amphibians popping up all over the place, and the false claim that a single more-assiduous search had led to all the bounty? In November 2010, “Latest stories” said “Pictures: “Mr. Burns” Toad, More New Amphibians Found”.

Where “found” reinforces the false meme that yet another pile of amphibians were there, all along, only no one looked for them with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

And where “more” amphibians is general, as is “new” amphibians, as is “amphibians”. As is “Mr. Burns” toad.

The article continues: “A beaked amphibian said to resemble The Simpsons’ Mr. Burns and a poison dart frog are among new species discovered in Colombia.”

Where “discovered” reinforces the false meme that two more amphibians were there, all along, only no one ever looked for them with the required assiduousness, previously.

And, while “beaked” amphibian is more specific than “new” amphibian, it is still general. And, I’m sorry to break it to you, but “said to resemble Mr. Burns” is also, wait for it, general. Lastly, “poison dart” frog is also, sigh, general.

In a gambit identical to that seen in the previous amphibian hit-piece that I just finished exposing, here multiple “discoveries” are also crammed together in one article, to give it as small a footprint as possible, and make it as unsearchable as possible. The same technique is used tirelessly in fish records, and I exhaustively document it each time it is used. Please don’t make me bring examples over here into this article.

And they’re claiming it was one, single expedition or project that made the discovery, using more-assiduous, genius-level toad-searching. Versus the truth, that new species of toad are popping up all over the place, driven by the Orgonite-driven return to health of the Earth’s etheric environment, regardless of geography. Countless Orgonite devices based upon the work of Wilhelm Reich are unknitting and transforming the ancient Death energy matrix built and expanded by our about-to-be-former dark masters, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. And as a result the ether is returning to its natural, ages long state of life and vitality.

On an even brighter note, our species is so ignorant and unlettered that I’ve collected and researched virtually the entire written history of these subjects, as my thirty-some bored-to-distraction subscribers can readily attest. Since the folks in charge use standard code memes to refer to things, it’s impossible to miss the trail, once you begin looking for their unvarying tracks. So the trial will be over as quickly as it has begun. Indeed, it is already over.

I’m sure you’ve noticed that we’re deep into it with the new Columbian amphibian hit-piece, and, by deliberate design, we still don’t know the creatures’ names.

The article continues: “The newly discovered species include a cryptic beaked toad (Rhinella species), which resembles dead leaves and whose offspring skip the tadpole stage to develop directly into toadlets; an unknown toad with bright red eyes; and a new rocket frog (Silverstoneia species), a type of poison dart frog.

(Another new species, winking into existence, from our perspective - the Cryptic beaked toad)

(New species of beaked toad, genus Rhinella, found in the rainforests of Chocó department of Colombia)

(New toad species with striking red eyes in the cloudforests of Chocó, Colombia.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “unusual”. That’s why the author goes on to say “This highly unusual species has scientists baffled – we know nothing about this species other than where it lives.”

That’s because it just winked backed into existence where it lives, or, more remarkably, has never existed, and just winked into existence there for the first time. I don’t know what the answer is, however I’m guessing it’s the former, in that “there’s nothing new under the Sun.”

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “spectacular”.

That’s why a Phys.org article from May 2011 is headlined “Spectacular mammal rediscovered after 113 years – first ever photographs taken”.

(Red-crested Tree Rat, which suddenly winked back into existence in Columbia in 2011 for the first time in 113 years)

The author has used the general “spectacular MAMMAL” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, they’ve also omitted “Columbia”, the location of the “discovery”. In an amazingly brazen gambit, they’ve called the animal literally showing up at the door a “discovery”.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “unique”.

That’s why the article goes on to say “A unique and mysterious guinea-pig-sized rodent, not seen since 1898 despite several organized searches, bizarrely showed up at the front door of an ecolodge at a nature reserve in Colombia, South America.”

Can you see how they’ve once again withheld the name of the creature? “Despite several organized searches” is obvious bullshit, because it’s general. The tree rat is there, and visible, in the trees, or it is not, just like squirrels here in the U.S.

The article continues: “The magnificent red-crested tree rat (Santamartamys rufodorsalis), stayed for almost two hours while two research volunteers took the first photos ever of a creature the world thought would never be seen again.”

Where “seen” reinforces the false meme that the rodent that was admitted to be “spectacular” was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

In June 2011, “Global Trees Campaign” said “Rare tree not seen since 1955 re-discovered in Sabah, Malaysia”.

Wait, what? Rediscovered? What, are they walking around like Ents in the Lord of the Rings?

The author has used the general “rare TREE” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

(Keruing Jarang Tree, suddenly reappeared in Malaysia in 2011 for the first time since 1955)

The article continues: “Three individuals of a rare dipterocarp species that was thought to be extinct from Sabah have been found in the Siangau Forest Reserve. Not seen since 1955, Dipterocarpus lamellatus, commonly known as Keruing Jarang, was found during a survey of the area by a research team from the Forestry Department.”

In August 2013, news.ucsc.edu said “Sea otters promote recovery of seagrass beds”

The article goes on to say “Recolonization of Elkhorn Slough by sea otters led to recovery and expansion of seagrass beds due to cascading effects on the food web, study finds”.

Where “recolonization” is Mil-speak…a hopeful inference that human effort brought the seat otters back to one of California’s largest estuaries. If you read the article, however, you learn that is not the case.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.

Two of those variants are “want to know why” and “remarkable”. That’s why the article goes on to say “When we see seagrass beds recovering, especially in a degraded environment like Elkhorn Slough, people want to know why," said Brent Hughes, a Ph.D. candidate in ecology and evolutionary biology at UC Santa Cruz and first author of the PNAS study. His coauthors include Tim Tinker, a wildlife biologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, and Kerstin Wasson, research coordinator for the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, who are both adjunct professors of ecology and evolutionary biology at UCSC.

Hughes and his colleagues documented a remarkable chain reaction that began when sea otters started moving back into Elkhorn Slough in 1984. The sea otters don’t directly affect the seagrass, but they do eat enormous amounts of crabs, dramatically reducing the number and size of crabs in the slough. With fewer crabs to prey on them, grazing invertebrates like sea slugs become more abundant and larger. Sea slugs feed on the algae growing on the seagrass leaves, keeping the leaves clean and healthy.”

It’s Orwell’s “cuttlefish squirting out ink”, a long-winded, blathering, mechanistic explanation that they’ve made up out of whole cloth, to cover up the fact that it’s the improvement of the etheric environment that has led to the sudden expansion of the sea slug population, and the seagrass in the estuary. The “way back in 1984” ruse is played so that you think this has been a decades-long, mechanistic process. Versus the truth, that the health of the Elkhorn Slough suddenly jumped upward in 2012 and 2013.

Here’s the bonus made-up pseudo-science word for the Punch and Judy crowd: “This kind of chain reaction in a food web is known to ecologists as a “trophic cascade.”

Identically, climate “scientists” use terms like “Rex Block” and “Polar Vortex” and “Weather Bomb” to stupefy the mouth-breathing into thinking that science in any form is actually being practiced.

In July 2013, NBC Los Angeles said “ ‘Rare’ Jellyfish With 25-Foot Long Tentacles ‘Appears’ in California”.

The author has used the general “rare JELLYFISH” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

(Black Jellyfish, which suddenly reappeared in Southern California in 2013 for the first time in almost 100 years)

“Appears” is complex. One one level, it’s a Middle Ages, mouth-breather thing to say. Yet it may be the cold truth - that species are reappearing in our environment as the Ether continues to improve in health to a level where their lives can be sustained. Even to the point of “winking back into existence”, from our perspective. The mechanics of life in this dimension and others not being precisely as we’ve been told. But that’s just speculation.

The article continues: “Several swimmers at a Southern California beach were stung by the ‘rare’ Black Jellyfish, a marine animal who’s tentacles can grow up to 30 feet long. … A breed not seen since 1920 reemerges and ‘scientists’ link it to ‘global warming’ ‘?

Where the general “scientists” is proof that no scientists were, in fact consulted for the article. Otherwise they’d have been quoted and named, according to strict journalistic rules. It’s just made up bluster from the generational Satanist propagandist at NBC Los Angeles. Not everyone at NBC Los Angeles is a generational Satanist, but all of them that write articles that get to the newswire.

We’ve also learned that ‘rare’ was used as a hedge a second time in the headline, in that something that shows up once every hundred years is beyond merely ‘rare’.

The fact that there’s a question mark behind the “global warming” plausible-deniability excuse is that the propaganda is well past its sell-by date, and is now back to trial-balloon status.

In October 2013, directly in the face of wildlife of all stripes rebounding across Europe, the New York Times said “A Rebound for Some Wildlife in Europe”.

I’m sure you notice how “rebound” and “wildlife” are both general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda.

The article goes on to say “A few years ago, the Iberian imperial eagle, a huge tawny raptor, died out in Portugal. But birds from Spain, where the species’ numbers have increased thanks to conservation efforts, quickly moved west, and there are now 12 breeding pairs in central Portugal.”

That’s a lie. What specific “conservation efforts” led to the sudden appearance of those 12 breeding pairs? Eagle nest boxes, perhaps? No, the truth of the matter is that the etheric environment in Portugal once again reached a level of health where the Iberian imperial eagle could once again manifest there.

The article goes on to say “Ms. Nunes said that hunters, whose guns make the Portuguese hillsides crackle on weekends, are pitching in to help the Iberian lynx, a big cat that is one of Europe’s rarest animals. The lynx had vanished from the western part of the Iberian Peninsula, but individual lynxes from Spain are crossing the border, and a successful Portuguese captive-breeding program is preparing for reintroductions.”

As you can see, the Iberian lynx has already returned to the Iberian peninsula. The captive breeding program exists, and the physical carrying over of cats will be carried out, in a moment…however it’s a careful ruse covering the fact that the health of the ether on the Iberian Peninsula has once again reached a level where the Iberian lynx can once again manifest there.

The article goes on to say “The study found that nearly 40 species, including white storks, griffon vultures and ibex, have made strong comebacks from low numbers in the past century. The once rare Eurasian beaver, which now is thought to number more than 300,000 in Europe alone, showed the strongest recovery of all.”

Since you are studying this boring subject with me, you know that Beavers suddenly reappeared in England at this same moment. What “conservation efforts” led to the sudden reappearance of Beavers in Europe and the U.K.?

The article goes on to say “When you eliminate threats, species are happy to come back,” said Monika Böhm, a researcher at the Zoological Society of London. “But you need to keep in mind that the big picture is not a good one.”

(Monika Bohm, Researcher, Zoological Society of London, in Satanic purple fleece with green background)

Monika Bohm is a generational Satanist shill, parroting the Party line of mean-spirited Western materialism.

We’ve been conditioned to think that the bad guys look, well, bad. You know, like Emilio Largo, from “Thunderball.”

(Adolfo Cell playing villain Emilio Largo in “Thunderball”, 1965)

Actually, I’m not being specific enough. This is a movie depiction of an evil scientist:

(Cinematic depiction of evil Scientists in “Dr. No”, 1962)

The “bad guys” I’m taking to task are real, actual people, who put their pants on one leg at a time, just like the rest of us. The authors and experts I’m exposing here in these articles on a daily basis are all being assiduously bad, they’re bad guys. And of course gals.

Can you see how we’ve been conditioned to view “bad guys” as “not appearing normal”?

We are so conditioned that, when see a real, actual “bad guy” before us, in flesh and blood, we refuse to believe it. Because “they don’t look bad”.

You’re going to have to keep your personal discernment hat on the whole way, however, because some bad guys actually straight-up do look bad:

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(Johnny Depp, looking like he just did something horrible and regrettable, 2016. You’ve got to admit, the Director of Dr. No really nailed the evil facial expression in the photo previously above.)

Now, most scientists don’t look evil - that is, with the notable exception of Ms. Bohm. And, most unfortunately for Monika and her fellow Conspirators, the big picture is a very good one, regardless of their appearance and actions, and life is booming and burgeoning to levels of health not seen in my lifetime, or anyone’s, going back for many generations.

In November 2013, the U.K.’s Daily Mail wrote of “The Cookii ‘monster’: Huge ‘deadly’ pink jellyfish has been ‘discovered’ “

The author has used the general “Cookii MONSTER” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, the author also omitted “Australia”, the location of the discovery, to further “compartmentalize” the phenomenon.

(Crambione Cookii Jellyfish, which suddenly reappeared in Australia in 2013 for the first time in over 100 years)

The article continues: “A jellyfish with a powerfully toxic sting has been rediscovered more than 100 years after the last recorded sighting of it. The ‘incredibly rare’ Crambione Cookii has not been seen since 1910 but has been recently ‘spotted’ off the coast of Queensland, Australia, where it was captured.”

“Spotted” reinforces the false meme that the fantastic jellyfish was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

The servants of Death did what they could by immediately capturing and killing the creature, and the Mouthpiece of the State dubbed the jellyfish had been “spotted” and then “captured”. They falsely call it a “discovery” in the headline, then walk that back to “rediscovered”. They shook the “discovery” doll to distract you from the fact that it apparently winked back into existence.

Where the lurid-but-accurate “Incredibly rare”, is still a hedge back from “previously thought extinct”.

In January 2014, mongabay.com said “Not seen in over 130 years, ‘extinct’ frogrediscovered in Sri Lanka”.

Where “extinct FROG” is general, to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

“Not SEEN” reinforces the false meme that the gorgeous frog was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for numerous lifetimes.

Webless shrub frog (Pseudophilautus hypomelas), which suddenly winked back into existence in Sri Lanka in 2014 for the first time since 1876)

The article continues: “In 1876—the same year that the first telephone call was made—the British scientist Albert Günther described a new species of frog from Sri Lanka, but the species, known as the webless shrub frog (Pseudophilautus hypomelas), was never seen again.”

The author doesn’t offer any suggestion as to why the frog suddenly “reappeared”, and also doesn’t mention that the reappearance is part of a larger, wider trend of frog, er, “rediscoveries”. When the truth is that it “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, as the Orgonite-driven improvement in the etheric environment in the Sri Lanka reached a point where that life form could manifest there. Of course this upends the Centuries-long confidence game that is mean-spirited Western materialism, which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether”.

The very existence of any organism is dependent upon a certain minimum level of health in the etheric environment.

In August 2014, the U.K.’s Independent said “ ‘Rare’ Jellyfish SpottedFor First Time In 70 Years’”.

The author has used the general “rare JELLYFISH” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, the author also omitted “Italy”, the location of the discovery, to further “compartmentalize” the phenomenon.

“Spotted” reinforces the false meme that the fantastic jellyfish was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

Drymonema dalmatinum jellyfish, Italy)

Where “rare”, while accurate, is still a hedge back from “previously thought extinct”. Something that shows up once every seventy years is beyond merely ‘rare’. It’s used as a hedge a second time as an excuse to not mention the actual name of the Jellyfish, which makes the subject much less searchable, and also increases the chance of you not going on to read the article. The propagandist knows that sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, so this tactic “compartmentalizes” the data with an effectiveness shown by the spectacular, conditioned ignorance of the majority of the populace.

The article continues: “Divers have spotted a species of jellyfish which hasn’t been seen since 1945! The Drymonema dalmatinum, also known as The Big Pink, was spotted last week of the coast of Italy. This gorgeous jellyfish was first discovered in the 1880s by a German naturalist, but then it was not seen again since the 1940’s.”

Two uses of “spotted” and another of “seen” hammer home the false meme that the fantastic jellyfish was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

The article doesn’t suggest what led to the rare sighting, and continues to compartmentalize the phenomenon I’m documenting here by making no mention of other recent sightings of jellyfish previously thought extinct in other geographic locations.

In March 2015, in a strikingly honest description, “Seeker” said “ ‘Extinct’ Bird Not Seen Since 1941 Suddenly Reappears”.

Where “extinct BIRD” is general. In journalistic parlance, the name of the creature has been “buried” below. Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this “compartmentalizes” the phenomenon with some effectiveness, and makes it far less searchable.

The headline also omits any mention of where the amazing event took place. That would be Myanmar. It’s another example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

Beavers that suddenly reappeared on the River Otter in England in 2015 for the first time in 500 years.)

Calling animals not documented for centuries as “rare” is a hedge.

The article continues: “Last year the first wild beavers to be discoveredin England for 500 years were found living on the banks of the river Otter in Devon. Another population has also established itself on the river Tay near Dundee, more than four centuries since beavers were hunted to extinction in the British Isles for their fur.”

Where the ruse “every last one was killed off by fur hunters” covers the truth that the degradation of the etheric environment in England was such that the beaver could no longer manifest there.

Where did this group of wild beavers come from? The ruse is played that they were there all along, for hundreds of years, only no one noticed them. There is, indeed, a sucker born every minute.

If they had been repatriated, it would be known, and noted in the article. When viewed within the context of many other examples from all sorts of species, the confidence game becomes apparent.

We’ve just learned that beavers suddenly reappeared in the environment in large numbers simultaneously in both England and Europe

In addition to toppling mean-spirited Western materialism, this new knowledge also destroys the false sub-Orthodoxy of Darwinism.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “gobsmacked”.

That’s why a Daily Mail article from the U.K. from February 2016 is headlined: “I’m not dead! Cranefly declared extinct 50 years ago is rediscovered after landing on the hand of a gobsmacked biologist”.

(Beavers that suddenly reappeared on the River Otter in England in 2015 for the first time in 500 years.)

Calling animals not documented for centuries as “rare” is a hedge.

The article continues: “Last year the first wild beavers to be discovered in England for 500 years were found living on the banks of the river Otter in Devon. Another population has also established itself on the river Tay near Dundee, more than four centuries since beavers were hunted to extinction in the British Isles for their fur.”

Where the ruse “every last one was killed off by fur hunters” covers the truth that the degradation of the etheric environment in England was such that the beaver could no longer manifest there.

Where did this group of wild beavers come from? The ruse is played that they were there all along, for hundreds of years, only no one noticed them. There is, indeed, a sucker born every minute.

If they had been repatriated, it would be known, and noted in the article. When viewed within the context of many other examples from all sorts of species, the confidence game becomes apparent.

We’ve just learned that beavers suddenly reappeared in the environment in large numbers simultaneously in both England and Europe

In addition to toppling mean-spirited Western materialism, this new knowledge also destroys the false sub-Orthodoxy of Darwinism.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “gobsmacked”.

That’s why a Daily Mail article from the U.K. from February 2016 is headlined: “I’m not dead! Cranefly declared extinct 50 years ago is rediscovered after landing on the hand of a gobsmacked biologist”.

Where “Cranefly” is general. In journalistic parlance, the name of the creature has been “buried” below. Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this “compartmentalizes” the phenomenon with some effectiveness, and makes it far less searchable.

And where the author deliberately obscures the location of the find (the British Territory of St. Helena Island in the South Atlantic).

And where “rediscovered” bravely supports the false meme that the gigantic insect was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the proper assiduousness over many decades.

(Basilewski’s Cranefly, which suddenly winked back into existence in 2016 on St. Helena Island in the South Atlantic)

The article continues: “The Basilewsky’s cranefly was thought to be among many extinct species.”

Where “among many extinct species” shakes the doll that the environment is doing terribly, when the truth is precisely the opposite: that the gigantic cranefly “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, as the Orgonite-driven improvement in the etheric environment in the South Atlantic reached a point where Basilewski’s cranefly could once again manifest there. Of course this upends the Centuries-long confidence game that is mean-spirited Western materialism.

In May 2016, the Milwaukee Journal Sential’s Lee Bergquist said “Shorebird speciesnot seen since 1873 spotted in Manitowoc”. Where “not seen since” and “spotted” play the ruse that the large shorebird was there, all along, only no-one looked for it with the proper assiduousness, previously.

Under the false guise of familiarity, agent Bergquist omits the name of bird, and also the name of the state, Wisconsin, to make the subject almost completely unsearchable. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

(The white winged tern, which suddenly “winked back into existence” in Wisconsin in 2016 for the first time in almost 150 years)

The article continues: “A shorebird native to Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa that was last recorded in Wisconsin in 1873 has been spotted along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Manitowoc.

Where the author used the same techniques they used previously as a cue for the mouth-breathing, Coincidence theorist reader to stop reading. “Shorebird” obscures the bird’s name, and “spotted” reinforces the tirelessly-utilized meme that the large bird had been there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness previously.

Please recall that sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, so the subset that is still soldiering on here is quite small.

“A white-winged tern was identified on Saturday afternoon for the first time at an impoundment along Lake Michigan — a discovery that has since attracted throngs of birders and passers-by looking for a chance to see the rare bird. A specimen of a white-winged tern was last recorded in Wisconsin in Jefferson County by A. Ludwig Kumlien, an ornithologist and naturalist, in 1873.”

There’s no mention as to why or how the bird is suddenly there in Wisconsin, after being absent for almost 150 years. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “stonewalling”.

The truth of the matter is that the etheric environment in Wisconsin has improved to the point where the white winged tern can once again manifest there. It has “winked back into existence”, from our perspective.

The Orthodoxy of mean-spirited Western materialism which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether” is false, and that Orthodoxy is rapidly collapsing.

They’re desperate to keep you from recognizing that the size, fertility, longevity and very existence of any organism varies directly with the health of the ether.

In June 2016, BirdLife truthfully stated “Spix’s Macaw reappears in Brazil”.

(Spix’s Macaw, which suddenly reappeared in Brazil in 2016 after a two-decade absence)

The article continues: “But the baton was passed to his 16 year old grand-daughter, Damilys, who not only saw the macaw, not seen in the wild since 2000, but also managed to film it with her mobile phone.”

Where “saw” and “seen” reinforces the false meme that the bright-blue, cat-sized creature flying about was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness previously over the past two decades.

When the fact of the matter is that the health of the etheric environment in Brazil has retuned to a state where the Spix’s macaw can once again manifest there. It has “winked back into existence”, from our perspective.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. That’s why a begadistrictnews.com article from October 2016 is headlined “Sightings of unusual jellyfish in the NSW Great Lakes”.

Where “Jellyfish” is general. In journalistic parlance, the name of the creature has been “buried” below. Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this “compartmentalizes” the phenomenon with some effectiveness, and makes it far less searchable.

And where “in NSW Great Lakes” is also general, to obscure the specific (and searchable) location of the find, Australia.

And where “sightings” reinforces the false meme that the spectacular, slow-moving creature was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness previously, in all history.

(Desmonema scoresbyanna jellyfish, Australia)

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. Two of those variants are “unexpected” and “excited”. That’s why the article goes on to say “What’s believed to be the first photograph of a live Desmonema scoresbyanna jellyfish in Australian waters was taken off Tuncurry’s breakwall by Forster’s Vicki Stewart. It was an unexpectedly rare sighting, unknowingly captured by Forster’s Vicki Stewart near Tuncurry’s breakwall earlier this month, which got marine experts excited.”

Where “first PHOTOGRAPH” implies that it’s been seen in the lakes previously, although no data is provided to support that false assertion.

The article continues: “In fact, the scientifically relevant finding of a rare Desmonema jellyfish in Australian waters – Forster’s waters, no less – gives proof to the old adage ‘if in doubt, ask’.”

Where the first-ever documentation of this jellyfish in these waters is flatly described as merely “relevant”. “If in doubt, ask” firmly implies that the jellyfish were there all along, only no one took care to look with the proper assiduous, previously.

Where the demonstrably beyond rare sighting (it’s a unique sighting) is hedged back to being rare.The article continues: “Now thanks to Vicki’s photograph of the lone jelly fish taken on October 7, Vicki has unknowingly provided marine experts with their first live image of a Desmonema in Australian waters - a rare sighting apparently.”

Where the demonstrably beyond rare sighting (it’s a unique sighting) is hedged back yet again, from rare to being only-apparently rare.

And where “Sighting” once again reinforces the Big Lie that that the spectacular jellyfish has not just “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, as the Orgonite-driven improvement in the etheric environment in Iowa reached a point where that life form could manifest there. Of course this upends the Centuries-long confidence game that is mean-spirited Western materialism.

In December 2016, gooniwindiargus.com.au said “Endangered species not seen since 1981 discovered on travelling stock route”.

Where “endangered SPECIES” is general. In journalistic parlance, the name of the creature has been “buried” below. Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this “compartmentalizes” the phenomenon with some effectiveness, and makes it far less searchable.

And where “on traveling stock route” is also general, to obscure the specific (and searchable) location of the find, Australia.

And where “not SEEN since” reinforces reinforces the false meme that the friendly, dog-sized creature was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

With the truth of the matter being that the etheric environment in Australia has once again returned to a level of health where the black-striped wallaby can once again manifest there.

(Black-striped Wallaby, which suddenly appeared in Australia in 2017 after forty years of absence.)

The article continues: “Threatened species have been discovered on Travelling Stock Routes (TSR) in north-west NSW including a rare black-striped wallaby not previously seen since 1981.”

Where “not SEEN since” once again reinforces the Big Lie that that the black-striped wallaby has not just “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, as the etheric environment in Australia once again improved to a level where that life form could manifest there. Of course this upends the Centuries-long confidence game that is mean-spirited Western materialism.

In May 2017, National Geographic said “‘Extinct’ venomous snake rediscovered”.

Where the author has used the general “venomous SNAKE” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, they’ve also omitted “South Africa”, the location of the find.

(Albany Adder, South Africa, the first documented there in over eighty years)

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “jumping up and down”. That’s why the article goes on to say: ““We were literally jumping up and down hugging,” scientist says of finding the extremely rare Albany adder in South Africa. The team found four live animals. Only 12 individuals have been recorded since the species was identified in 1937.”

In July 2017, AOL News reported “New species of sunfish discovered in New Zealand”.

Where “NEW species” is general. And a whole new species? Never encountered before?

The article continues: “A Japanese research group first found genetic evidence of an unknown sunfish species in Australian waters 10 years ago, but the fish kept eluding the scientific…”

(Hoodwinker sunfish, which suddenly appeared in the waters off New Zealand in 2017 after an absence of 130 years)

Wait, what? They found “genetic evidence”? No, that’s Mil-Speak for gigantic, car-sized, humanoid sunfish, evidence of which they they repressed for ten years, while pretending they were looking for said sunfish with the greatest assiduousness all the while.

The article continues: “A new species of sunfish has been discovered for the first time in 130 years after washing up on a New Zealand beach. The two-tonne creature has been named Hoodwinker sunfish (Mola tecta) because of its elusiveness. The new species managed to evade discovery for nearly three centuries by ‘hiding’ in a messy history of sunfish taxonomy, partially because they are so difficult to preserve and study, even for natural history museums," said Marianne Nyegaard from Murdoch University after publishing the finding. Nyegaard said it was during her research into unknown sunfish species that she eventually confirmed the existence of the Hoodwinker. The research author searched social media for evidence of one of the rumoured fish washing up on an Oceania shore until, in 2014, four sunfish washed up on a beach near Christchurch. Scientists have discovered a new species of gigantic ocean sunfish - that could weigh up to two tonnes - after it remained hidden for three centuries.”

Oh, wow, I see. The headline clearly states “discovered”, meaning “never seen previously”.

Yet this was seen, albeit 130 years previously. So the headline is a bald-faced lie. And only after multiple undeniable carcasses washed up did the scientific establishment have to admit that Mola tecta had, from our perspective, winked back into existence.

The headline reads “A new species of sunfish has been discovered for the first time in 130 years”, while the body text reads “after it remained hidden for three centuries”.

So there’s hoodwinking taking place, and not on the part of the sunfish. Was it 130 years, or 300 years?

And we’re to believe a 4,000-pound sunfish moving at 2 miles per hour “eluded” those searching for it.

The assertion that they are difficult to preserve and study is general. Why, specifically?

The fact that its face is humanlike is bizarre, and unmentioned, and it will grace another chapter of this book, namely “human/animal hybrids”. But I digress.

Any Coincidence theorists who would like to submit an abstract as how this species evolved to this manifestation via “the survival of the fittest” and “natural selection”, please see me after class.

November 2017, ScienceDaily said “First wild alligator snapping turtle in Illinois since 1984”.

(Alligator snapping turtle, which suddenly reappeared in Illinois in 2017 for the first time in over thirty years, as the etheric environment there once again returned to a state of health sufficient for the species to manifest there)

What nearby state did it crawl from, pray? After going on forty years, what breeding population suddenly produced it? The truth of the matter is that is has “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, as the etheric environment in Illinois once again improved to the point where the alligator snapping turtle could manifest there.

In February 2017, the U.K.’s Independent said “Frog not seen in decades discovered in Africa”.

Where “FROG” is general. In journalistic parlance, the name of the creature has been “buried” below. Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this “compartmentalizes” the phenomenon with some effectiveness, and makes it far less searchable.

And where “In AFRICA” is also general, to obscure the specific (and searchable) location of the find, Zimbabwe.

And where “not SEEN in decades” reinforces the false meme that the bright, gem-like creature was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

(Artholeptis troglodytes, which suddenly reappeared in Africa in 2017 for the first time in decades, as the health of the ether returned to a point where it could once again manifest there)

The article continues: “Researchers track down four ‘cave squeakers’, a breed first spotted in 1962 but not seen since.”

Where they’ve once again avoided using the proper name for the frog. To make it as unsearchable as possible, the author has “buried” it in the caption of the photograph: “In this Dec. 3, 2016, photo, a man holds a rare frog that hasn’t been seen in decades, the Artholeptis troglodytes, in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.”

“TRACK DOWN” and “SPOTTED” repeat the Big Lie that the species had not just winked back into existence, from our perspective, as the etheric environment in Zimbabwe improved back to a level not seen in almost sixty years - the level of etheric health at which the frog can manifest.

In February 2017, kcrg.com said “Trail Camera In Iowa Spots Mammal Not Seen Since 1800s”.

Where “MAMMAL” is general. In journalistic parlance, the name of the creature has been “buried” in the body text below. Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this “compartmentalizes” the phenomenon with some effectiveness, and makes it far less searchable. As a bonus, the author has used the false guise of familiarity to also omit the name of the state, Iowa, for the same reason.

And where “spots” and “not SEEN since” both hammer home the false meme that the terrier-sized creature was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

(The Fisher, which suddenly reappeared in Cochise County, Iowa in 2017 for the first time in over 100 years, as the health of the etheric environment there once again returned to a point where the Fisher could manifest within it.)

As you can see, “not spotted since” is tirelessly used meme, but it doesn’t stand up very well when reviewed in numerous successive examples of the phenomenon.

The article continues: “A small and furry yet fierce mammal called a fisher has been spotted in Iowa for the first time in roughly 150 years.

Where “spotted” once again reinforces the Big Lie that the fisher has not just “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, as the etheric environment in Iowa once again improved to a level where that life form could manifest there. Of course this upends the Centuries-long confidence game that is mean-spirited Western materialism.

In March 2017, Tuscon.com said “A new never-before seen jaguar photographed in the mountains of Cochise county”.

Where “new JAGUAR” is general. In journalistic parlance, the name of the jaguar has been “buried” in the body text. Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, this “compartmentalizes” the phenomenon with some effectiveness, and makes it far less searchable. As a bonus, the author has used the false guise of familiarity to also omit the name of the state, Arizona, for the same reason.

The word “seen” hammers home the false meme that the fantastic cat was there, all along, for all history, only no one had ever looked for it with the required assiduousness prior to now.

(New species of Jaguar, which suddenly appeared in Arizona in 2017, as the health of the etheric environment there recovered to a point where it could manifest there.)

The article continues: “In the news release, Game and Fish also said the male jaguar photographed in the Huachuca Mountains in late 2016 was photographed there again in January of this year. A second male jaguar was photographed in the Whetstone Mountains in 2011 and repeatedly photographed in the Santa Rita Mountains from fall 2012 through fall 2015.”

You can see the new species appearing out of the ether in 2011, right around when the great positive changes I’m documenting here got underway in earnest.

If you don’t like my theory, I’d ask why the Illuminist talking-head writing the article why didn’t put forward one of their own, as to where these large, visually-striking animals suddenly came from, and why none like them have ever been documented.

In March 2017, Latest Stories said “ ‘Extinct’ Mountain Dogs Rediscovered in the Wild

Where “EXTINCT MOUNTAIN dogs” is general. “The wild” is also general. The author has used hedging generalities to make the subject virtually unsearchable.

(New Guinea highland wild dog, considered “extinct”, which suddenly reappeared in New Guinea in 2017, after more than fifty years, as the etheric environment once again returned to a level of health where the dogs could manifest within it.)

The subhead continues: “Unseen for more than 50 years, the New Guinea highland wild dog has at last been confirmed in its natural island habitat”.

Where “unseen” reinforces the false meme that it was there in it’s “natural” island habitat, all along, only no one had “seen” or “confirmed” it, previously, despite looking with great assiduousness for over half a century, and the fact that it is dog-sized.

Where was the lone remaining breeding population hiding, pray? How did it remain undiscovered? The plausible-deniability excuse works on the subconscious of the reader for one example, but when reviewing numerous similar examples, the truth becomes apparent that it “winked back into existence” from our perspective. The etheric environment New Guinea is back to where it was 50 years ago, and the life form can once again manifest within it.

You know how, in the Middle Ages, it was said “flies came directly from excrement?” That was basically correct, as we’re seeing here in this very long list of proofs. Can you see how the phenomenon is increasing, going forward in time?

Welcome to the collapse of the farce that is mean-spirited Western materialism.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. That’s why a BBC.com article from April 2017 is headlined “Cave fish found in ‘surprise discovery’ for first time in Europe”.

Where “CAVE” fish is general, as is “Europe”. The author omitted the creature’s actual name, and the name of the country where it was found, to make the subject far less searchable.

Cave Loach, which suddenly appeared in Europe for the first time in history in 2017, as the health of the etheric environment increased to a point where it could manifest there)

The subhead reads: “Europe’s first cave-dwelling fish has been discovered in a surprise find by a diver in Germany after being hidden from human sight for millennia.”

Where “After being hidden from human sight” reinforces the false meme that the creature was there all the time, only no one had ever looked for it with enough assiduous previously.

The headline says “for first time”, while the body text walks it back to “for millennia”. Which is it? I’m so confused and ensheepled.

It’s exactly the same tactic used in the preceding example of the “Hoodwinker” sunfish, where 300 years was redacted to 130 years.

In May 2017, National Geographic said “‘Extinct’ venomous snake rediscovered”.

Where the author has used the general “venomous SNAKE” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, they’ve also omitted “South Africa”, the location of the find.

Albany Adder, South Africa, which suddenly winked back into existence in South Africa in 2017 for the first time in eighty years)

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “jumping up and down”. That’s why the article goes on to say: ““We were literally jumping up and down hugging,” scientist says of finding the extremely rare Albany adder in South Africa. The team found four live animals. Only 12 individuals have been recorded since the species was identified in 1937.”

In June 2017, National Geographic said “ ‘Faceless’ Fish Seen for First Time in Over a Century”.

Cusk Eel, which suddenly appeared in Australia in 2017 after an absence of over 100 years, as the etheric environment there returned to a state of health where it could once again manifest within it)

Where the headline uses the general “FACELESS” fish, and also omits the geographic location, both to make the subject virtually unsearchable.

The article continues: “Australian researchers found a strange-looking, “faceless” fish that appeared to not have any eyes, or even a face, during an expedition off Australia’s east coast. Though scientists initially thought the deep-sea creature might be a new species, further research revealed that the fish is a species of cusk eel (Typhlonus nasus) that has not been seen in Australian waters since the late 1800s.”

The author says that it had not been “seen”, which reinforces the bald-faced lie that the large and monstrous creature had been there all along, only no one had looked up for it with enough assiduousness, previously.

In July 2017, AOL News reported “New species of sunfish discovered in New Zealand”.

Where “NEW species” is general. And a whole new species? Never encountered before?

The article continues: “A Japanese research group first found genetic evidence of an unknown sunfish species in Australian waters 10 years ago, but the fish kept eluding the scientific…”

(Hoodwinker sunfish, New Zealand)

Wait, what? They found “genetic evidence”? No, that’s Mil-Speak for gigantic, car-sized, humanoid sunfish, evidence of which they they repressed for ten years, while pretending they were looking for said sunfish with the greatest assiduousness all the while.

The article continues: “A new species of sunfish has been discovered for the first time in 130 years after washing up on a New Zealand beach. The two-tonne creature has been named Hoodwinker sunfish (Mola tecta) because of its elusiveness. The new species managed to evade discovery for nearly three centuries by ‘hiding’ in a messy history of sunfish taxonomy, partially because they are so difficult to preserve and study, even for natural history museums," said Marianne Nyegaard from Murdoch University after publishing the finding. Nyegaard said it was during her research into unknown sunfish species that she eventually confirmed the existence of the Hoodwinker. The research author searched social media for evidence of one of the rumoured fish washing up on an Oceania shore until, in 2014, four sunfish washed up on a beach near Christchurch. Scientists have discovered a new species of gigantic ocean sunfish - that could weigh up to two tonnes - after it remained hidden for three centuries.”

Oh, wow, I see. The headline clearly states “discovered”, meaning “never seen previously”.

Yet this was seen, albeit 130 years previously. So the headline is a bald-faced lie. And only after multiple undeniable carcasses washed up did the scientific establishment have to admit that Mola tecta had, from our perspective, winked back into existence.

The headline reads “A new species of sunfish has been discovered for the first time in 130 years”, while the body text reads “after it remained hidden for three centuries”.

So there’s hoodwinking taking place, and not on the part of the sunfish. Was it 130 years, or 300 years?

And we’re to believe a 4,000-pound sunfish moving at 2 miles per hour “eluded” those searching for it.

The assertion that they are difficult to preserve and study is general. Why, specifically?

The fact that its face is humanlike is bizarre, and unmentioned, and it will grace another chapter of this book, namely “human/animal hybrids”. But I digress.In July 2017, the Onion pretended to not be a State propaganda outlet by saying “Fish Species Not Seen Since 1960s Thinks It Can Waltz Back Into Marine Biologist’s Life Just Like That”.

Where the author has used the general “fish SPECIES” to obscure the name of the fish, to make the subject almost unsearchable. As a bonus, they also omit any mention of geography. Those are both careful and deliberate. For the record, it’s Bay City, Michigan.

The author says that it had not been “seen”, which reinforces the bald-faced lie that the large and strikingly-marked creature had been there all along, only no one had looked up for it with enough assiduousness, previously.

The article continues: “Apparently thinking nothing of casually showing up in its ecosystem as if everything was hunky-dory, the blackfin cisco, a fish species not seen since the 1960s, reportedly thought it could waltz back into local marine biologist Margie Kremlow’s life on Wednesday just like that.”

Blackfin Cisco)

Where “as if everything was hunky-dory” is an ignorant, mouth-breather meme to replace “an environment booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in her lifetime”.

If you tell a lie big enough, and repeat it often enough, it becomes the Truth to those who accept and practice the programming.

With the truth being that the blackfin cisco has “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, as the etheric environment in Michigan has improved to the point where the species can once again manifest there.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. That’s why a National Geographic article from August 2017 is headlined “Mysterious Amazon Animal Seen Alive For First Time in 80 Years”.

The author has used the general “MYSTERIOUS animal” in the headline because they know that sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines. This “compartmentalizes” the subject and makes it far less searchable.

The subhead continues: “The cowl-haired creature was first spotted in the 1930’s, but has eluded scientists ever since.”

Where the unnamed, cowl-haired “CREATURE” is said to have been “seen” and “spotted”, which reinforces the bald-faced lie that the dog-sized, bald-faced Saki was there in the trees all along, only no one had looked up for it with enough assiduousness, previously.

The article continues: “A rare monkey, the Vanzolini’s bald-faced saki, has been seen in the wild for the first time in over 80 years”.

Where we’ve gone from “in 80 years” in the headline to “over 80 years” in the body, which proves hedging by the author in the headline. And, yet another sick “SEEN” in the wild, to hammer home the false meme, a technique used in every single other example in this chapter.

(Vanzolini’s bald-faced Saki, which suddenly reappeared in the Amazon in 2017 for the first time in over eighty years, as the etheric environment there once again returned to a level of health where the Saki could once again manifest within it.)

In September 2017, the Local said “Wild wolf cubs born in Rome for the first time in 100 years”.

(Wild wolves, which suddenly winked back into existence in Rome, Italy in 2017 for the first time in one hundred years)

Where did this breeding population of wolves suddenly come from, pray? Why is there no explanation about it in the article?

In September 2017, gizmodo.com said “Jerk Humans Immediately Shoot First WildBison Seen in Germany for 250 years”.

Where “wild Bison seen in Germany” gymnastically generalizes back from the creature’s actual name: the European bison. The author did that to “compartmentalize” the phenomenon, and make it much less searchable. The propagandist knows that sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines.

Where “seen” plays the false meme that the gigantic bison was there, all along, for all history, only no one ever looked for it with enough assiduousness, previously.

(European bison, which suddenly reappeared in Germany in 2017 after an absence of 250 years, as the etheric environment there returned to a level of health where the bison could once again manifest within it.)

In the headline, the propagandist from gizmodo.com used “Jerk Humans” as a hedging generalization. to cover up the complicity of the one specific person who gave the order.

Which is why the article goes on to promise “The World Wildlife Fund said on Friday it will be pursuing charges against a local official who, upon receiving a report of the first sighting of a wild bison in Germany in over 250 years, ordered the animal to be shot. After a person spotted the animal wandering alone in the forest near the east German town of Lebus, a local official panicked and worried that the animal could be dangerous, reports Christine Hauser for the New York Times. Officials were unable to track down a veterinarian to tranquilize the animal, and apparently resorted to employing the services of local hunters, Hauser reports.

Can you see how the “hit piece” brazenly obscures the identity of the literally-bison-blood-drinking Illuminist “Official” who ordered the shooting? If you think charges will be brought, there’s a bridge for sale here in Brooklyn that I think it might profit you to look at.

The article continues: “The people from the local city administration basically freaked out and said, ‘There is a free-roaming bison, it is probably dangerous and I guess we need to shoot it,’” Moritz Klose, a policy director for the German branch of the World Wildlife Fund, tells Hauser.

Moritz Klose is an Illuminist shill being quoted in a mainstream news article. He’s covering up for his fellow-conspirator who ordered the shooting. Here’s Moritz’s picture:

(Moritz Klose, “Policy Director”, World Wildlife Fund, note Satanic green background)

I’ve included it so that you could get a better idea of what a generational Satanist in a position of marginal influence looks like.

In September 2017, ohiodominican.edu said “Students Find Fish Never Before Seen in Alum Creek”.

Where, under the false guise of familiarity, they’ve omitted “Ohio”, and also replaced the creature’s actual name with the general “fish”. Those are both careful, deliberate tactics.

“SEEN” in Alum Creek plays the false meme that the neon-bright fish was in the creek for all history, only no one ever looked for it with enough assiduousness, previously.

Now, let’s take a look at the Tippecanoe Darter, and you tell me if you think everybody just missed it up until now:

(Tippecanoe Darter, which suddenly appeared in Ohio in 2017 for the first time in history, as the health of the ether improved to a point where it could manifest there)

The article continues: “An Ohio Dominican University Ichthyology class has found a species of fish in Alum Creek for the first time in history.”

Where, with the clock ticking on the short-attention-span reader, the propagandist has hedged for another line, with the general “SPECIES of fish”.

“One of Ohio’s two smallest species of fish, Tippecanoe Darters are listed as a state-threatened species, which the Ohio Department of Natural Resources defines as being “a species or subspecies whose survival in Ohio is not in immediate jeopardy, but to which a threat exists. Continued or increased stress will result in its becoming endangered.”

No mention is made of a rapidly-increasing frequency of new species discoveries, or of the rediscovery of supposedly extinct species in 2017.

In November 2017, knoxnews.com said “TVA biologist, Yale professor find new fishfound only in Tennessee”.

The author has used the general “new FISH” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

Tennessee Logperch Darter, which suddenly appeared in Tennessee in 2017 for the first time in over 100 years, as the health of the etheric environment improved to the point where it could once again manifest there)

The article continues: “Behold the Tennessee Logperch. The fish, a darter, can grow to be 6 inches long. It has flattened little splotches on its flanks. That the splotches are flattened is important; those are what first led TVA aquatic biologist Jeff Simmons and Yale professor Tom Near to suspect they had discovered a new fish. In the case of the Tennessee Logperch, Simmons found the fish while he was studying a closely related species, the Blotchside Logperch. Back in 2013, Simmons spotted a Blotchside Logperch, itself a rare darter, in East Tennessee. “I was in the Big South Fork doing some research on mussels when I saw a Blotchside,” he said. “It was a big deal since the fish had not been seen there since 1890.”

He’s used “spotted” and “seen” to reinforce the false “seen” meme, that the colorful fish was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for, geez, over a hundred years.

In November 2017, ScienceDaily said “First wild alligator snapping turtle in Illinois since 1984”.

(Alligator snapping turtle, Illinois)

Alligator snapping turtles are booming and burgeoning in Illinois to a level not seen in my lifetime.

Clearly there’s been some major positive change in the environment of the alligator snapping turtle in Illinois.

In November 2013, the U.K.’s Daily Mail wrote of “The Cookii ‘monster’: Huge ‘deadly’ pink jellyfish has been ‘discovered’ “

The author has used the general “Cookii MONSTER” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable. As a bonus, the author also omitted “Australia”, the location of the discovery, to further “compartmentalize” the phenomenon.

Crambione Cookii Jellyfish, which suddenly winked back into existence in the waters off Australia in 2013)

The article continues: “A jellyfish with a powerfully toxic sting has been rediscovered more than 100 years after the last recorded sighting of it. The ‘incredibly rare’ Crambione Cookii has not been seen since 1910 but has been recently ‘spotted’ off the coast of Queensland, Australia, where it was captured.”

“Spotted” reinforces the false meme that the fantastic jellyfish was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

The servants of Death did what they could by immediately capturing and killing the creature, and the Mouthpiece of the State dubbed the jellyfish had been “spotted” and then “captured”. They falsely call it a “discovery” in the headline, then walk that back to “rediscovered”. They shook the “discovery” doll to distract you from the fact that it apparently winked back into existence.

Where the lurid-but-accurate “Incredibly rare”, is still a hedge back from “previously thought extinct”.

In December 2017, insituscience said “Lost species of bee-mimicking moth rediscovered after 130 years in Malaysian rainforest”.

Where “rediscovered” reinforces the false meme that the gigantic moth was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

Where the author has used the general “Lost SPECIES” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

(Guinea pig-sized Oriental Blue Clearwing Moth, which suddenly winked back into existence in Malaysia in 2017 after 130 years, as the etheric environment once again returned to a state of health sufficient for it to manifest there)

The article continues: “The rare oriental blue clearwing, that disguises itself as a bee, was spotted in the Malaysian rainforest.

Where “spotted” reinforces the false meme that the guinea pig-sized bee-moth was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

As an aside, I’d note here that the great size of “the dinosaurs” was not due to the ludicrous “higher oxygen content of the atmosphere”, or “Darwinism”, as falsely alleged, but rather because the healthier etheric environment supported larger examples of the lifeforms. Ergo:

(Meganeuropsis permiana)

Coincidence Theorists wishing to test out of this section of this course must submit an essay documenting how or why gigantic size was crucial to the evolution of the species (a la Darwin) in the past, but is no longer crucial for dragonflies at this time. The use of “higher oxygen levels in those days” is not acceptable, as putting generations of dragonflies in a higher-oxygen environment does not increase their size by orders of magnitude, or by any magnitude whatsoever.

In February 2019, dw.com said “Frog species believed extinct reappears in Ecuador”.

Where “reappears” reinforces the false meme that the dog-sized quadruped was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

And where the author has used the general “frog SPECIES” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

The article continues: “Scientists have rediscovered the marsupial horned frog – last seen over a decade ago and considered extinct. A colony of the amphibians was found during a recent expedition into an endangered rainforest in western Ecuador.”

(Marsupial Horned Frog)

In February 2019, Audubon said “Confirmed: Two Endangered Seabirds Have Been Rediscovered on Oahu”

Where “rediscovered” reinforces the false meme that the large, highly-mobile seabirds were there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

And where the author has used the general “TWO endangered SEABIRDS” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

Hawaiian Petrel - one of only two endemic Hawaiian birds, thought to be extinct in the Hawaiian Islands for hundreds of years, but which in fact suddenly reappeared on Oahu in 2019, as the etheric environment on Oahu has once again returned to a level of health where the species can and will manifest there.)

Newell’s Shearwater - one of only two endemic Hawaiian birds, thought to be extinct in the Hawaiian Islands for hundreds of years, but which in fact suddenly reappeared on Oahu in 2019, as the etheric environment on Oahu has once again returned to a level of health where the species can and will manifest there.)

The article continues: “Thought to be extinct on the Hawaiian Island for centuries, Newell’s Shearwaters and Hawaiian Petrels were found using acoustic monitoring.”

The reappearance of the Newell’s Shearwater and the Hawaiian Petrel on Oahu in 2019 is particularly instructive within the context of Hibiscadelphus wood Hibiscus, which suddenly reappeared on the Island of Oahu in 2019, without explanation, for the first time since 2016, as the etheric environment returned to a level of health at which the organism could and would manifest there.

In March 2019, the Hindu said “Wood snake, last seen in 1878, rediscovered by scientists”.

Where “rediscovered” reinforces the false meme that the stunningly bizarre frog was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

And where the author has used the general “Wood snake” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

(Point Endemic Brown Snake)

“The snake is a ‘point endemic’ (found only in Meghamalai). It was found in the same region that Colonel Beddome alluded to, and the morphological characters match with his specimen,” said Dr. Chaitanya, who found a female specimen. The snake he discovered was 235 mm long and uniformly dark brown.”

In September 2019, the second-ever cisco, or lake herring, was caught on Lake Champlain in Vermont. It weighed 2 pounds, 4 ounces. Vermont Fish and Wildlife said “the cisco was only the second of its species to be entered into the Vermont Record Fish Program since records started being kept by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department 49 years ago in 1969.”

(Vermont state record cisco, 2019 - the second in history, and twice as large as the first, caught just four years previously)

Despite the historical significance of the catches, Vermont Fish and Wildlife makes no mention of when the single previous cisco was caught in Vermont, or who caught it, or how much it weighed.

Coastal Angler magazine said “Alan Franchot caught his 2.25-pound state record while trolling on Lake Champlain in September.”

While Coastal Angler stood firm with Vermont Fish and Wildlife by making no mention of when the single previous cisco was caught in Vermont, or who caught it, or how much it weighed, they hedged it back even further by making no mention of the rarity of the catch.

I had to research for awhile to find a third article from Fishingnortheast.net, which coughed up “1 lbs 1.44 oz (1.09), Lake Champlain, 8/2017, by Montanah Latulippe”.

I used Montnah’s distinctive name and found a fourth article, from the Burlington Free Press from February 2016, to learn “Montanah caught the fish in August on Lake Champlain in South Hero.”

She caught the fish in August 2015, and, to this moment, Fishing Northeast has it documented as August 2017.

For the Coincidence theorists affirming “that’s just a simple clerical error!”, I’d note that, as of this writing in August 2021, Fishing Northeast has also not updated the record to show the current (twice-as-large) record holder from July 2019.

Remember, Fishing Northeast loves them some fish like it’s their job.

After spending about an hour deconstructing the highly compartmentalized propaganda on the subject, I learned that the Vermont state record cisco, or lake herring, from the Burlington Free PressSeptember 2019, weighed 2 pounds, 4 ounces, and was 106% larger than the previous 1.09-pound record holder from August 2015.

The cisco, or lake herring, did not exist in Vermont prior to 2015, and was suddenly twice as large just four years later, in 2019.

We can now see why Vermont Fish and Wildlife, Fishing Northeast and Coastal Angler are all in lock-step in their attempts to downplay, obfuscate and defray knowledge of the Vermont state record cisco, or lake herring.

If it were an “invasive species”, rest assured they’d be crowing about it. But it’s not. It’s a species that has “winked back into existence”, from our perspective. It’s now manifesting in Vermont because the health of the ether there has reached a point where it could do so.

In April 2019, National Geographic said “Hawaiian flower, thought extinct, was rediscovered by a drone”.

Where “rediscovered” reinforces the false meme that the huge, stunning flower was there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

And where the author has used the general “Hawaiian FLOWER” to obscure the actual name, to make the subject far less searchable.

(Hibiscadelphus wood Hibiscus, which suddenly reappeared on the Island of Oahu in 2019, without explanation, for the first time since 2016, as the etheric environment returned to a level of health at which the organism could and would manifest there.)

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “startled”. That’s why the article goes on to say: “In late January, a drone flight made a startling discovery: Hibiscadelphus woodii, a relative of hibiscus last seen in 2009 and believed to be extinct, was still growing on the cliffside. The species was first discovered in 1991, named in 1995, and deemed extinct in 2016.

The sudden reappearance of the Hibiscadelphus wood hibiscus on Oahu is particularly instructive within the context of the Hawaiian petrel and the Newell’s shearwater, above. The only two endemic Hawaiian birds, thought to be extinct in the Hawaiian Islands for hundreds of years, but which in fact suddenly reappeared on Oahu in 2019, as the etheric environment on Oahu has once again returned to a level of health where the species could and would manifest there.

A “Global News” article from April 2020 is headlined “Jellyfish ‘spotted’ in Venice canal as coronavirus clear-up continues”.

Where “spotted” reinforces the false meme that the jellyfish were there in Venice’s canals all along, only no one looked for them with the required assiduousness for a very long while.

(Jellyfish which suddenly winked into existence in a Venice Canal, 2020)

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “startling”.

That’s why the article goes on to say “A biologist in Italy recorded startling footage earlier this month of a near-transparent jellyfish swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Venice canals as the city’s waterways continued to clear up amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.”

The “virus did it” meme continues: “Venice officials say the city’s canals have cleared up over the last month because boat traffic is no longer ‘stirring up sediment’ in the water. In other words, nature hasn’t ‘exactly’ “healed” from the pollution caused by humans, but it’s enjoying a ‘little’ break right ‘now’.

The “pollution” that the Covid is alleged to have alleviated is general. Not “exactly” healed is the Big Lie, told by a Trusted Authority Figure with the firmness of purpose that goes with complete honesty. An environment that is booming and burgeoning to an historically unprecedented level is flatly maintained to be “not ‘exactly’ healed”. The author hedges again that it’s only a “little” break, and that the little break is only taking place right now, and will stop in the future.

And there’s curiously no mention of the sudden reappearance of the Drymonema dalmatinum jellyfish in Italy in 2014, after not being documented for over seventy years.

In November 2020, Carole Menser said “Discovered: Lizard Species Not Seen Since 1913”.

Where “not seen since” plays the ruse that the large lizard was there, all along, only no-one looked for it with the proper assiduousness, previously.

Under the false guise of familiarity, agent Menser omits the name of lizard, and also where it was found, to make the subject almost completely unsearchable. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

(Voeltzkow’s chameleon, which suddenly “winked back into existence” in Madagascar in 2020 for the first time in over 100 years)

The article continues: “Mark Twain once said reports of his death had been greatly exaggerated. It’s also the case for a recently rediscovered lizard known as Voeltzkow’s chameleon. What is a chameleon? Chameleons are small-to-medium size reptiles famous for their ability to change colors suddenly and dramatically. Contrary to popular belief, a chameleon doesn’t usually change colors in order to blend in with its surroundings. Rather, color is used to convey emotions, defend territory, and communicate with mates. Other chameleon characteristics include bulging eyes that move independently of each other and feet set in a grasping position. Many species have horns or crests on their head. Arboreal species have prehensile tails used for grasping objects when climbing and moving. Some species have long extensible tongues for catching insects or small vertebrates, sometimes at a distance greater than their body length. Chameleons are diurnal, solitary, and often aggressive toward members of their own species. Aggression is marked by rapid color change and hostile posturing. They’re opportunistic hunters that wait for prey to pass within range of their long tongues. Chameleons have a peculiar way of moving in which they slowly rock back and forth between each step, often in time with the movement of nearby leaves blowing in the wind. Most chameleons lay eggs.”

Here, agent Menser has spewed a great cloud of boring bullshit about chameleons, in general, to get the mouth-breathing, Coincidence theorist reader to stop reading. Given that sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, what percent of the populace is going to get past this snore-fest? It’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “harrying the opposition” or “filibustering”.

Then Menser widened her eyes to simulate honesty and asked: “Where in the worldhave they been hiding?”

Which plays the tirelessly utilized ruse that the brilliantly-colored lizards where there, all along, only no one looked for them with the proper assiduousness, previously.

The article goes on to say “Madagascar is home to half the world’s approximately 150 species of chameleons, including both subfamilies: typical chameleons (Chamaeleoninae) and dwarf chameleons (Brookesiinae).”

Wait, what? They’ve again changed the subject, and again made with the boring factoid beat-down, to force the reader to stop reading.

The article goes on to say “First discovered in 1893 and last seen in 1913, Voeltzkow’s chameleon (Furcifer voeltzkowi) was rediscovered in the Mahajanga region of northwest Madagascar, the most biodiverse area for chameleons on the island. It was discovered by Frank Glaw and his team from the Department of Vertebrates at the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology. From the start, the team had known the expedition would be a challenge. The Voeltzkow’s closest relatives, Labord’s chameleons (Furcifer labordi), live for only 4 or 5 months over the winter. Since winter in Madagascar is the rainy season when many roads become impassable, the team had a very short window of time to find the little reptiles.”

Wow, that’s a lot of smoke-blowing! Wait ’til you see the truth of the matter: “But far from having to travel into dark, steamy jungles full of stinging insects and venomous snakes, more than 15 Voeltzkow’s chameleons were found in an unintended hotel garden in town during the final days of the expedition.

During most of the trip, searches in areas where the team had expected to find them had been entirely unsuccessful.”

The truth of the matter is that the generational Satanist scientists, who purport to love them some lizards like it’s their job, made a great show of going and looking for the chameleons, while not, in fact, looking for them at all. And it was only when the hotel staff asked them about the chameleons at the hotel that the charade could not be maintained, any longer. Then, as a bonus, they didn’t publish anything about them for five…more…years.

Remember, the author widened their eyes to simulate honesty and asked “where in the world have they been hiding?” With the answer, in journalistic parlance, “buried” at the very bottom of the article: “In the trees in the courtyard of the hotel.” Dozens of them.

To maintain current programming levels, stop reading immediately, breathe through your mouth and affirm “only no one had ever looked for them with the proper assiduousness, previously.”

The truth of the matter is that the brilliantly-colored lizard did, indeed, disappear more than 100 years ago, as the health of the etheric environment in Madagascar decreased to a level where the Voelzkow’s chameleon could no longer manifest there. It “winked out of existence”, from our perspective.

The Orthodoxy of mean-spirited Western materialism which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether” is false, and that Orthodoxy is rapidly collapsing.

They’re desperate to keep you from recognizing that the size, fertility, longevity and very existence of any organism varies directly with the health of the ether.

In May 2021, the Daily Mail’s Dan Avery said “Rare orange-eyed owl species not seenfor almost 125 years is spotted in Malaysia”.

Before we go on, let’s compare it to the example from May 2016 that we reviewed previously, which is headlined “Shorebird species not seen since 1873 spotted in Manitowoc”.

In both cases, “not seen since” and “spotted” plays the ruse that the creatures were there, all along, only no-one looked for them with the proper assiduousness, previously.

In the future, grade school children will marvel that such simple, repetitive programming propaganda could have been used successfully upon the populace at large.

The Daily Mail article continues: “The Bornean Rajah scops owl hasn’t been seensince its discovery in 1892”.

Where the author used the same techniques they used previously as a cue for the mouth-breathing, Coincidence theorist reader to stop reading. “”Hasn’t been seen since” once again reinforces the tirelessly-utilized meme that the large bird had been there, all along, only no one looked for it with the required assiduousness previously.

(The Bornean Raja scops owl, which suddenly “winked back into existence” in Sumatra in 2016 for the first time in over 100 years)

The article continues: “In a new report, researchers confirm they spotted the rare bird in 2016”.

Wait, what? They discovered a bird that had purportedly gone extinct in 1892, and didn’t tell anyone for five years. That’s an example of what is referred to in the propaganda trade as “slow-playing”. And it is precisely how science rolls at this time.

The article continues: “They believe the owl is its own species, distinct from a Sumatran subspecies”.

Wait, what? Now it’s an entirely new species, which has showed up, without explanation. Here’s the kicker:

“But its habitat is threatened by deforestation and climate change”.

The truth of the matter is that, after over a hundred years, the Bornean Rajah scops owl suddenly “winked back into existence”, from our perspective, after the etheric environment in Sumatra returned to a level of health where the species could once again manifest there.

The Orthodoxy of mean-spirited Western materialism which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether” is false, and that Orthodoxy is rapidly collapsing.

They’re desperate to keep you from recognizing that the size, fertility, longevity and very existence of any organism varies directly with the health of the ether.

In July 2021, USA Today’s Madeline Heim said “A Wisconsin biologist teared up after finding the ‘holy grail’ of rare plants on an off-trail hike earlier this year”.

Where the propagandist did what they could to hedge by omitting the name of the plant, to make the subject almost unsearchable. That’s an example of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”.

The green violet plant, which suddenly “winked back into existence” in Wisconsin in 2021 for the first time in over fifty years)

The article goes on to say “Ryan O’Connor, a conservation biologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, shows off the green violet plant, previously thought to be not growing in the state for more than 50 years. The night before he headed off to examine plants growing in the forests of west-central Wisconsin, Ryan O’Connor’s daughter delivered to him what turned out to be a good-luck charm. It was a handwritten note: “Dear Dad, I hope you find lots of rare stuff.”

I’m here to tell you that the “handwritten note” story was made up out of whole cloth by Madeline Heim, or her handlers. It’s playing the ruse that the plant was there, all along, only no one had looked for it with the proper assiduousness, previously. Ergo: O’Connor, a conservation biologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, hunts for “rare stuff” as part of his work protecting and preserving Wisconsin’s ecosystems.”

On this particular trip in early May, O’Connor’s off-trail hike in one of Wisconsin’s State Natural Areas led him to hundreds of green violet plants — thought to have disappeared from the Badger State more than 50 years ago.”

It did, indeed, “disappear” more than 50 years ago, as the health of the etheric environment in Wisconsin decreased to a level where the green violet plant could no longer manifest there. It “winked out of existence”, from our perspective.

The Orthodoxy of mean-spirited Western materialism which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether” is false, and that Orthodoxy is rapidly collapsing.

They’re desperate to keep you from recognizing that the size, fertility, longevity and very existence of any organism varies directly with the health of the ether.

I’m guessing that the “new” species that are “appearing” are, in fact reappearing, in that “there’s nothing new under the Sun”.

A recent insurance motorcycle commercial features Centaurs:

(Progressive Insurance Centaur Motorcycle Commercial)

If my thesis is correct, we’re going to continue to see the reemergence of ancient life forms, I guess Centaurs among them.

The “big secret” as to why research of “Bigfoot” or “Sasquatch” is forbidden is the marked Interdimensional abilities of the creature, and I guess so is the same with “lake monsters”.

This chapter is bringing into clearer light a great confidence game worked upon humanity for hundreds of years.

Duck-billed Platypus, Australia)

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. Two of those variants are “hunch” and “hoax”.

That’s why Wikipedia says “When the platypus was first encountered by Europeans in 1798, a pelt and sketch were sent back to Great Britain by Captain John Hunter, the second Governor of New South Wales. British scientists’ initial hunchwas that the attributes were a hoax.”

Wikipedia continues: “Together with the four species of echidna, it is one of the five extant species of monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggsinstead of giving birth to live young. Like other monotremes, it senses prey through electrolocation. It is one of the few species of venomousmammals, as the male platypus has a spur on the hind foot that delivers a venom capable of causing severe pain to humans.”

Essay: Provide a detailed, mechanistic explanation as to what creatures the Duck-billed Platypus evolved over what period of time. Then explain why and how “the survival of the fittest” and Evolution as described by Charles Darwin led it to be the only mammal on Earth that lays eggs.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “unusual”. That’s why Wikipedia goes on to say:

“The unusual appearance of this egg-laying, duck-billed, beaver-tailed, otter-footed mammal baffled European naturalists when they first encountered it, and the first scientists to examine a preserved platypus body (in 1799) judged it a fake, made of several animals sewn together.”

Wait, what? Unusual “appearance”? That hedges it violently back down to what it looks like, versus the truth, it doesn’t have fur that resembles a duck’s bill, it has an actual duck bill.

As is always the case with propaganda, once you know what to look for, it actually helps guide you to the obscured truth as to what’s going on.