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Re: What Hummingbirds Can Teach Us Of UFOs - Gammon

From: Jason Gammon <BoyintheMachine.nul>
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2007 12:27:22 EDT
Fwd Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2007 13:27:21 -0400
Subject: Re: What Hummingbirds Can Teach Us Of UFOs - Gammon

>From: James Horak <jchorak7441.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2007 05:49:24 -0700 (PDT)
>Subject: What Hummingbirds Can Teach Us Of UFOs

>What Hummingbirds Can Teach Us Of UFOs

>Something happened in the Amazon Basin about seven years ago
>that sent many new species of hummingbird up here that spring.
>It so happened I was late clearing the winter growth and had
>many wildflowers in my back and front yards. I started noticing
>this little fellow that appeared to have antenna.

>Looking at him through 350 millimeter of camera lens, I could
>plainly discern he did and I began photographing him. Thus began
>about a week-long endeavor to capture these little critters on

>One morning my neighbor was pulling out of her driveway and I
>walked over to explain the camera tripod and "set-up" I had
>erected in the front yard. She was sitting in her car by a
>little rose bush being, at that very time, visited by a most
>interesting little wing-flurrier. He was white and black and had
>his tail feathers neatly rolled up in something of a ridge right
>at the top of his little behind. And, yes, he had antenna.

>What's good, although my camera was fifty feet away on a tripod,
>was my neighbor saw him too, antenna and all.

>I sent some of the pictures to the Smithsonian that dismissed
>them and me in edict-like manner. Guess they thought Valium
>wasn't taking well.

>When one starts looking around without the lens of incredulity,
>one begins to see the wonderful world incredulity hides.


Seems we have another person gifted/cursed with, as Jesus put
it, 'Eyes That See'.

Unfortunately most find out the hard way that the blind relish
their ignorance/arrogance.

As a child, my cries of wanting to include my parents in my
witnessing of a rainbow or a circle around the moon were more
often than not met with apathy or far worse, hushed mumblings of
anger. I didn't understand why adults were so dead inside then,
and I still don't now. Then again the fact that the dead can
form groups or societies and pretend to be upstanding citizens
in itself is mind-boggling. What strange world we inhabit.

A word of caution from a fellow 'see-er'; The dead hunger for
the part of us that still lives. They will gang up on and
inflict their perverted will upon all those individuals who
still possess a soul, merely because they sold their own ages

With regard to UFOs, I can't know for certain, but I suspect
that many a person I am familiar with would respond in a similar
fashion as to my parents response toward my cries of 'Rainbow!'.
Most would not care, and many would not even look up.

- Jason Gammon

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