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Humanoids Or Religious Phenomena In Spain?

From: Scott Corrales <lornis1.nul>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2012 12:04:46 -0400
Archived: Sat, 18 Aug 2012 06:37:47 -0400
Subject: Humanoids Or Religious Phenomena In Spain?

The Journal of Hispanic Ufology


August 17, 2012

Spain: Humanoids Or Religious Phenomena?
By Angel Carretero

Some time ago, arising from an article published in Misterios
magazine, published in Huelva (http://www.fernandogarcia.or),
the possibility of conducting a study on the presence of
humanoids in Andaluc=EDa came about, and I wondered what type of
phenomena should be covered this hypothetical study.

As I write these lines, I keep wondering about it, although I do
believe I have a better idea now than I did then. The matter can
be approached from two completely different perspectives: the
study of objects with the presence of humanoids, or cases in
which only entities are detected, without any objects nearby.

There is no doubt whatsoever as to the first of these
possibilities: these would be cases that clearly fall into the
field of ufology, but if we chose the second path, we may find
ourselves studying phenomena related to parapsychology,
religion, Marian apparitions and even folklore, and ufology must
be set aside, in many cases.

As far as the province of C=E1diz is concerned, I have catalogued
up to five cases which are on the borderline of the two study
possibilities outlined before. All of them took place in
communities along old National Highway 340.

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