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Re: Sensitivity Of Dogs

From: Greg Boone <evolbaby.nul>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 04:00:56 -0800
Archived: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 08:32:27 -0500
Subject: Re: Sensitivity Of Dogs


>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
>>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>>Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 12:17:44 -0000
>>>Subject: Sensitivity Of Dogs [was: Anyone Ever See The MIB?]

>>>>From: Carol Buckallew <clbuckallew.nul>
>>>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>>>Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2007 15:17:59 -0600
>>>>Subject: Re: Anyone Ever See The MIB?

>>>>They drove up close to a object setting on the ground, the man
>>>>got out to check the object and tried to get their Sheppard dog
>>>>to get out with him, the dog refused. The following day the dog
>>>>died.

>>>Hi, Just been reminded by that of several cases of humans being
>>>scared by a CE and their dogs being even more scared and often
>>>suffering physical symptoms - like dying in this case and
>>>several others.

>>>Could 'brain damage' in the dogs also be the cause of those
>>>other cases?

>>>Which raises the question - were/are the humans subject to the
>>>same influence but somehow escape, overt, damage?

>>Didn't Barney and Betty Hill have a dog with them during their
>>abduction? dachsund if I recall. Any data on that?

>>It would seem fitting that dogs would be put in check by the
>>abductors since dogs have a tendency to attack and bite.
>>Probably some sort of emanation device like a repellent or
>>control to avoid injury. Much like we use insect and bear and
>>shark repellant only this stuff is far more high end
>>technically.

>>To cause brain damage however is something far more serious. If
>>we let it get out that the alien abductors are harming animals
>>there'll be uproar in the streets, people burning aliens in
>>effigy, entire naval strike forces engaged. It's okay if them
>>aliens kidnap us and spay and neuter us but by cracky, if
>>they're out there harming Fido and Mittens that's not gonna sit
>>well with some folks!

>Greg

>I noticed a dog we had a number of years ago would sit by the
>wall unless we called him then he would go back to the same spot
>and sit there, this would go on for a couple days. It coincided
>with the times I remember they came into our apartment, it was
>as if the dog was told to sit there and refused to move far from
>that spot for a certain amount of time.

>It's possible the electrical shock the man experienced walking
>toward the UFO had something to do with the condition of the
>dog's brain. I don't know if their exceptional hearing may had
>some thing to do with that or not.

>Carol

Now that's something!

I've been hoping Eleanor White would get back to me on some of
her research as it's sure fitting this thread. I think Eleanore
was far ahead of the pack, no pun intended, than many give her
credit for.

Communication and command via advanced technology is something
we've done for years. Alfred Hitchcock used to tease about it
every week on his classic tv show, he called them sponsors.
Commercials are a way of suggestion via advanced technology.
Whatever tech they're using to control or harm animals is based
on electronics. Unfortunately once that technology is known by
we humans you know where it'll go.

Perhaps our pets have been the clue to this mystery all along.
It sure invalidates the headshrinker skeptibunkers who claim all
abductions are subjective delusions.

Oh, and the reason I'm partial to dogs and a great case-in-point
is another classic tv show, The Twilight Zone and a great
episode written by The Waltons creator Earl Hamner called The
Hunt. If you've not seen that episode before you're in for a
real treat and why we like dogs.


Best,

Greg
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