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There are probably few other places in the world where you can see a mystical light phenomenon as you can see in Hessdalen, a remote valley in Norway. There are stories about this phenomenon that goes back to 1800 century. But it was first in 1980 people started to come tho this place from all over the world to catch a glimpse of the light and maybe find a solution to this mystery.
Especially high activity of Hessdalen lights took place from december 1981 until the summer of 1984 when lights were observed 15 to 20 times per week. The frequency of the lights caused a gathering of numerous tourists staying there overnight to see the phenomenon. Since then, the activity has decreased and now the lights are observed some 10 – 20 times per year.
The Hessdalen light most often is a bright, white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above the ground level. Sometimes the light can be seen for more than one hour. There are several other types of unexplained lights observed in the valley.
This is the best photo taken by the phenomena, taken in 2007. Click on the image to see a bigger version.
Here is also a video I found:
No one knows what causes this. Many theories has been brought up to the light, but no one is yet trustworthy. And why was this phenomenon so very often seen in the mid 80`s? And now has become less? Is there radiation from elements in the ground? Is it UFO`s?? Maybe this is a new form of energy we will get to use in the future? No one knows.
Late sunday night there was an incredible full moon. I think I have never seen such a full moon before – so bright and clear.
Everything in life – and nature – goes in circles. Sycluses. When summer is over, autumn knocks on the door. So it is with the moon as well. It is the brightest object in the sky after the sun, although its surface is actually very dark, witch can reflect to coal. Its prominence in the sky and its regular cycle of phases have since ancient times made the moon an important cultural influence on language, calendars, art and mythology.
It`s very rare that the moon is so bright that it creates a moon dog. Even more rare is it that the moon dog has colours. Usually the light of the moon dog is seen as a white spot. It is caused by the light from the moon reflectes in the ice crystals in the “feather clouds” 6 – 8 km up in the atmosphere – creating what we on earth see as a second moon.
This night I am talking about, we had a moon dog – with colours.
I never stop to be amazed by nature and the universe – how magnificent it is. How everything is connected and how interesting it is to dig deep – learning and understanding.
Image source: db.no
Have you ever wondered if we humans are the descendents of Adam and Eve, the result of millions of years of evolution or the genetic creations of the Annunaki(Nephilims or Giants)? Well, there are many weird skeletons, skulls and other human (or human-like) remains that can truly make one wonder about mankind’s past.
Let`s take a look:
Within an ancient burial mound near the town of Sayre in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, skeletons measuring approximately 7 feet in length were discovered in the 1800s. But the most remarkable feature of these tall skeletons was not their height, but the strange horn-like protrusions above the brow region on their skulls. It was estimated that they were buried around 1200 AD. According to some sources, the skeletons were sent to the American Investigating Museum in Philadelphia, and vanished.
In 1888, seven skeletons, which had been placed in a sitting position, were uncovered from a burial mound near Clearwater, Minnesota. The highly unusual skulls of these beings had double rows of teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. It was also noted that the foreheads were low and sloping, compared to “normal” human skulls, and had distinctly prominent brows.
The December 17, 1891 issue of the respected journal Nature reported the discovery of a giant man buried 14 feet within the center of one of Ohio’s mysterious burial mounds. The enormous man’s arms, jaw, arms, chest and stomach were all clad in copper. Wooden antlers, also covered with copper, rested on either side of his head. His mouth was filled with large pearls, and a pearl-studded necklace of bear teeth hung around his neck. Who this man was, or to which race of people he belonged, is unknown.
n 1879, a burial mound in Brewersville, Indiana yielded another giant skeleton, according to the November, 1975 edition of The Indianapolis News. This one reached 9 feet 8 inches tall! It wore a necklace of mica stone, and a crude human effigy of clay was found standing at his feet. The giant skeleton was examined by scientists from Indiana and New York, and it remained in the possession of Mr. Robinson, who owned the land on which the mound stood. Unfortunately, the curious bones were washed away in a flood in 1937.
Researcher Robert Connolly photographed a strange skull in 1995. It was found in South America and is estimated to be tens of thousands of years old. Apart from its obvious abnormalities, it also exhibits characteristics of both Neanderthal and human skulls – impossible in itself, according to anthropology texts, since Neanderthals did not exist in South America. Some believe that the unusual shape of the skulls might be the result of a primitive practice known as “skull binding” in which a person’s head is tightly bound with cloth or leather straps throughout his lifetime, causing the skull to grow in this dramatic way.
It does make you wonder – doesnt it? What else is hiding out there? Are we coming from Adam & Eve? Are we a mix of the Nephilims and humans(Genesis 6:4-6; The Nephilim were on the Earth in those days, and also afterwards, When the sons of the Gods came in to the daughters of man and they bore children to them. These were the mighty men who were of old, the men of renown) or simply evolution that went in different directions? Where do we come from?
One thing is for sure. Mankind`s closet is hiding many weird skeletons.
I have always wondered why some people faint by the sight of their own blood. I am one of them that feels a sudden urge to cuddle the floor by seeing my blood. Why?! Now I have come across a possible explanation to this. It`s called blood phobia.
All forms of phobia has its roots in situations that once upon a time was threatening to humans, such as open spaces (dangerous because we could be seen and attacked), snakes, spiders (which are no longer dangerous in many countries today), etc. Being afraid of these situations and the animals, made you avoid and then survive in the harsh environment.
Some psychologists believe that the fear of blood is a fundamental phobia. Blood was at that time(and still is)a sign of danger. It was “smart” to respond with a lowered blood pressure, that made the blood supply to the open wound less, which again caused the bleeding to be less. And as we all know, the reduction in blood pressure can cause dizziness and fainting.
And the one who reacted with fear had a bigger chance of survival. They were more careful of not putting themselves in situations that might be dangerous and make them bleed; maybe bleed so much it lead to death.
It`s a matter of survival.
Why some has this survival instinct so strong in them and others don`t react at all; no one knows for sure.
My curiosity has many times brought me to … well, let`s say – interesting discoveries. This is something I came across today.
“The Body Farm as it is called is quite morbid to some, but it does serve a purpose to those that study anthropology and forensics science.
Bodies are planted on the farm and when dug up, a study is done of the different stages of decomposition in different environments. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, the farm helps scientist determine causes of death by examining the different stages of decomposition in relation to the environment and bug life.
Without a place of this type or without donation of bodies after death, scientist would not be able to study the body after death. This would stop forensics science in helping solve crimes. The farm is a vital part of criminal investigation because it documents the different stages of death and uses the study of bugs on the body to help pinpoint a time of death.
The Body Farm started over 29 years ago when Dr. William Bass needed some way to study bodies after death. He asked the dean of the college if he could use a small area to place bodies on and that was the beginning of the Body Farm, which is technically called the Anthropology Research Facility.
Today, the Body Farm has helped develop how forensic is defined when a body is found. Because of the work done, decomposed bodies can still tell a story just as a newly dead body. It does take more time, but both cases can be solved because of the knowledge gained from the farm.
At one given time, there can be numerous bodies buried on the 2.5 acres of land behind the university that are being studied at various stages of decomposition. Some are left in the open, some are submerged in water, some are left in car trunks and some are buried in shallow graves.
Over 300 people have donated their bodies to the Body Farm and other bodies come from the coroner’s office if the body is a Jane or John Doe. It is said that over 120 bodies are donated to the farm every year. Grover Krantz is the most notable person to donate his body for at the farm.
Scene of crime and different techniques in forensic science are also taught to law enforcement officers at the Body Farm. Two more Body Farms are found in North Carolina and Texas. North Carolina is used to study decomposition in that climate and to train cadaver dogs. A former student of Dr. Bass’, Dr. Michelle Hamilton, runs the Texas farm.
Body Farms in other areas are expected, but funding is not easy to get and finding a suitable location that doesn’t offend the community is hard. People just don’t want Body Farms close by where they live. Although there is no health risk, it is a morbid feeling knowing what is going on next door.”
At first I was disgusted. The thought of having a field where dead people were buried and then dug up to be studied, made my stomack turn. It has to do with that I would not bear to see a half decomposed human being. It is a reason we bury or burn the dead. It is not a pretty sight after some time.
I admire the people who does this. Studying dead people and animals. In the name of science.