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I was very excited when I found it, I hope its not a hoax, I've heard of people working with them. But have yet to see proof as in matter or on our plane. What intrigued me was the part they said it could be a military experiment . Using these beings for military purposes and perhaps to spy and gather information.
I pictured a KGB agent telling his supervisors he say a fairy spying an stealing information .
Since the Fae live on the 8th Dimension/Plane I doubt we'd get physical evidence on the 2nd Dimension/plane. Using any of the Demi-Fae or just Fae in general for military ops wouldn't probably go well since the Fae can't Lie. They can deceive by edging around the truth but with very specific questions anyone could get information from them.
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I was very excited when I found it, I hope its not a hoax, I've heard of people working with them. But have yet to see proof as in matter or on our plane.
Well, I wouldn't know what to make of it at this point even though I'm one that has begun working with them since the time shortly after I moved to where I live now. That is when I found a number of fairy rings in the field near the forest here and began having dreams and visions of fairies sometime afterward, in which I have gotten to see the queen of them in a dream or vision of mine and learned what her name is. Since I have also learned that they are apparently very fond of me as I feel I have a connection with the beauty of the forest, I became very interested in getting fairy stuff and later found my way into learning about fairy magics and fairycraft with my connection with the forest.
What intrigued me was the part they said it could be a military experiment. Using these beings for military purposes and perhaps to spy and gather information.
I pictured a KGB agent telling his supervisors he say a fairy spying an stealing information.
I feel that I don't think they would like being used as a tool for man to gain the upper hand over other men. The only risk is them taking great pleasure in separating the soul of the one who is responsive from their body in their own way in order to put them on trial in a fairy court on another plane for attempting to use them as a tool in this matter. It's just something I heard or read somewhere that had happened in the past or could likely happen.
Last Edit: Aug 10, 2016 17:59:28 GMT -5 by Erik Mouse
Not trying to rain on anyone's parade here but I'm gonna give my impression.
The first part is bugs in infrared.
The specimens in the jars look suspiciously like small marsupials, bats, or human fetuses. Composite hoax corpses are a thing and Mexican ufologists have a history of hoaxing these types of things or taking a mummified fetus and presenting it as something else. Composite corpses usually account for the uncertainties in DNA analysis since they are made of multiple animals to resemble a true whole animal. This isn't even to mention some preservation techniques making accurate replication and sequencing impossible.
In conclusion, I think this is a good hoax. That's not to say I don't believe in fairies or any of that. I'm actually more inclined to believe in fairies than I am space aliens. However, the nature of those specimens just screams hoax to me.