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Mutilations In La Pampa Argentina

From: Scott Corrales <lornis1.nul>
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2007 13:56:04 -0400
Archived: Fri, 03 Aug 2007 09:07:18 -0400
Subject: Mutilations In La Pampa Argentina

The Journal of Hispanic Ufology

August 2, 2007

Argentina: Mutilations in La Pampa

By Raul Oscar Chaves

Translated by Scott Corrales, IHU

c. 2007

As a fellow researcher once noted regarding ufology, this field
of study does not grant a full answer to the phenomenon despite
the efforts that have been carried out over the course of the
decades. Why could this be? Perhaps because the phenomenon lacks
any logic whatsoever, and it becomes necessary to understand

This opinion is the result of our experiences as field
researchers and not mere speculation: the accumulation of
information does not necessarily imply the understanding of
knowledge, especially the comprehension of a phenomenon that is
as atypical as it is illogical.

And I want to make reference here to cattle mutilations, since
our experience has consisted mainly of engaging in field
research in the province of La Pampa. Not having gone deeper
into this research has not been due to a lack of will or
ability, but rather, due to the lack of professional support,
both veterinary and laboratory alike, institutions of higher
learning, etc., with the exception of those who made a
superlative effort to clarify the wealth of existing cases.

However, neither experts nor field researchers were convinced by
the explanations offered by bureaucrats at the time, much less
by childish answers that drew attention to the characteristics
of the cases themselves. It was thus that the absence of the
following became known:

Anatomical parts

Almost the entirety of blood (7% of the animal's weight is the
its blood)

Absence of fetuses in cases of pregnancies ascertained by
palpation, without detecting any labor

Absence of corneas

Absence of significant muscular groups in unopened bodies
(longinis dorsis)

Absence of various glands

Visual confirmation of the nearly complete exposition of the
uterus, circumstances that would ascertain the
extraction/disappearance of the unborn animal, presumably
through suction.

Verification of the existence of electromagnetic radiation over
and around the animal.

Verification of the existence of unknown chemical compounds on
the animals, impacting the carcasses=92 span of preservation.

Discovery of bodies with severe burns (calcinations of the hard
palate) both in digestive and respiratory tracts.

Discovery of unknown substances in the form of gelatinous drops
over the carcasses, which could never be sampled. Why? Because
when attempts were made to recover them, the substance changed
its state to become liquid before crystallizing and vanishing
altogether. This substance would be a necessary ingredient in
the mutilations, with its impact depending on the degree of
sublimation achieved.

Verification of the various preservation times, stretching up to
20 days before putrefaction sets in.

Verification through the use of clay ovens of temperatures of
between 180 and 200 centigrade to cook meat from mutilated
cattle, with 8 hours elapsing without the meat cooking at all,
only emerging slightly toasted.

Discovery of carcasses showing signs of mutilation in various
stages (up to 3 stages) in a short span of time.

Verification of the perfect preservation of a body in which 60%
of its hide and hair were included, after a period of 3 years.
Rigidity of the ocular orb due to exposure to a high source of
light or heat.

Verification of extreme hardness in the hides, resulting from
exposure to radiation.

Verification of states of deterioration and degradation caused
in carcasses whose original position had been moved, without
natural putrefaction ever occurring.

Verification of the existence of nearly conical imprints of
unknown origin in the ground, proportionally distributed (with a
depth of 15 cm, an upper diameter of 10 cm an a hexagonal
format) and very close to the carcasses.

Discovery of carcasses beyond the perimeters of farms and

Discovery of animals in atypical postures: on their stomachs, on
their backs (legs in the air), with depressions of 5-10 cm
beneath them.

Verification of the existence of hematomas, internal bruising
and fracturing in animals =96 facts that would suggest the animals
being hurled or dropped from a height.

Discovery of animals with blue and emerald-green eyes; others
displaying signs of blindness.

Verification of the existence of incisions that suggest the use
of hitherto unknown technologies.

Verification of the existence of a pathogen in various parts of
the body, greenish-blue in coming and of unknown origin.

Verification of cattle mutilation in unborn specimens that were
still within the cow's wombs.

With regard to the draining of water tanks, it has been possible
to find evidence of effects on sub-aquatic flora growing within
the tank =96 notorious changes in coloring, flattening and spiral
shape, suggesting the possibility of their disappearance through

The impact of burns on insects and toads within the same water
tanks was also ascertained.

With regard to the condition of the pastures in locations where
the mutilated cattle had been located, these areas showed a
distinct change in coloration presumably resulting from the
impact of electromagnetic radiation. The disappearance of
microfauna was also observed.

The foregoing arises from the research conducted by Ciufos-La
Pampa in over 300 cattle mutilation cases that have occurred in
La Pampa and western Buenos Aires province. This was made
possible through the collaboration and advice of experts from a
number of fields of endeavor.

The first chemical compounds detected outside of Argentina in
mutilation cases suggested the existence of Oxyndol in very
high, atypical concentrations. It is believed that the sedative
properties achieve positive results through gradual
applications, rather than immediately, and would not produce
severe burns such as the ones detected (except for unknown
states of sublimation) and which would result in sudden death
due to heart attack.

The cases from La Pampa and neighboring areas revealed the
presence of formaldehyde-- a chemical compound that manifests
itself as a colorless gas with a penetrating odor=97on the
animals. This chemical can be compressed until it achieves a
liquid state.

Much like oxyndol, formaldehyde would lack the capacity to yield
immediate effects with definite results, under normal
circumstances. It can be lethal in higher concentrations. It has
aseptic/disinfectant properties and is used in the preservation
of samples and cadavers, and can produce skin, eye, nose and
throat irritation in humans.

These pathologies were detected by witnesses and researchers
alike when approaching the carcasses. Odors similar to ether and
formaline were detected, and their presence would have kept
vermin and carrion animals from coming close. It should be noted
that in two specific cases of consumption of meat from mutilated
animals, the flesh had an acid and bitter taste, and could only
be eaten after boiling.

In one of the cases in which the parties involved are a witness
and the pack of dogs he employees for small game hunting,
[consumption of the meat] resulted in a soporific condition that
went from 22:00 hours on one day to 17:00 hours the next,

Opinions posited by professional veterinarians at the time
suggested that given the presence of formaldehyde, human
involvement could not be dismissed. These chemical agents or
compounds, having narcotic and preservative properties, provide
a heightened degree of aspepsia which affected witnesses and
researchers alike, causing them to manifest such pathologies as
impact on the eyes and airways, allergies of undetermined
origin, significant weight loss, alteration of melanin levels,
lack of bodily stability, liver and intestinal trouble, hair
loss, weight increase in muscular mass, intense muscular aches,
alteration of normal values in clinical tests, etc. While the
mutilation phenomenon centered largely on cattle, it has also
affected horses, sheep, dogs, cats, hens, rabbits, domesticated
pigs, wild pigs, deer, llamas, guanacos and even humans, as
evidenced by the case histories.

Finally, it should be noted that there were specific cases in
which the animals involved could survive [the mutilations] but
had to be put down due to the extent of their injuries.

In closing, we can remark that the presence Intelligence with a
thorough knowledge is at work. The existence of various stages
of genetic manipulation would undoubtedly become evident as

Raul Oscar Chaves

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