Long term lurker but new to the forums.
Good afternoon ATS-ers.
I come bearing strange activity from the city of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.
Quite recently, large owls have slowly started appearing thoroughout the city centre and other areas close to the city centre. They are all
individually painted and decorated, accompanied by a plaque concerning a specific celebritiy who has designed the overall image alongside an artist.
However there is no real indication of where this idea has originated from and from whom.
Face value this is purely an arts project to raise money for the Birmingham Children's Hospital as they will be auctioned off in a couple months
time. But I feel that the true purpose is far much deeper than that. It's not a positive vibe at all on any level.
Alot of these owls look very one eyed. I will give several examples of these that I've taken. Some of these are placed around certain buildings, such
as facing the town hall, others around a cathedral which I find very strange if you were to acknowledge the monoliths in close proximity to the
Anyway, according to 'The Big Hoot' (the title of the arts project The Big Hoot
) there are 89 large owls
and over 100 smaller ones. There is a 'Hoot Trail' which is encouraging people to follow these trails and find them. And from what I can see, it's
attracting alot of attention and causing the reaction that I feel it's designed for.
We all know from our awareness that numbers and trajectory/placement of certain structures are purposefully used. And possibly if one was to anaylse
the map and the numbers they would reach such a conclusion that the real intention behind this is much, much darker. Inhabitants from all over the
city are following these trails, so from my perception of it, I can assume that there must be a slow build up of energy, almost like a ritual at a
mass scale. Pure cattle.
Here are some images for you to look at.
at the birmingham museum
the plaque deciphers as "Forward"
Designed and signed by Ozzy Osbourne
Apologies for the bombardment of images but thank you for taking your time to read this.
All the best, erucysae.