Rare Black Deer Born

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posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 12:48 PM
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Rare Black Deer Born


Any connection to the rare White Buffalo and the pure Red Heiffer in prophesy? Possibly, is America in for some bigger earth changes? Is this a sign of distress for America's ecology?

www.whatdoesitmean.com...

More astounding about this birth of the Black Deer are that its eyes are blue when they should be brown, because as we know melanin is a protein and like other proteins the amount and type are coded into the genes. The irises of all eyes in mammals containing a large amount of melanin will always appear black or brown, but in this Black Deer, and whose colour of black can only be due to a high level of melanin, its eyes are Blue.



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posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 12:55 PM
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Being that site is of an alternative nature, I thought I'de add to ya with this news from a network affiliated site, just for validation (or you'll get the "not real" syndrome flying at you, lol)

www.thedenverchannel.com...

Picture of the deer too. I want one !! heh

Misfit



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posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 12:57 PM
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Awe.. its like the ugly duckling. Maybe after a few years it will turn into a beautiful brown deer.



posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 01:08 PM
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Yeah, apparently the symbolism is that the black deer have BLUE eyes and therefore look more human and this signifies that they are looking at the earth through "human" eyes...Probably the white man's blue eyes (what the Indians once called the white settlers)..thus saying that we are polluting our country and being too warlike.--And that seeing a black deer is a warning



posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 01:19 PM
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While going upstate i saw a albino deer i was surprised to see one because they are really rare to see they have White fur, pink eyes, and a pink nose.

It was a female but ill provide a picture off a site so you know what i mean..




posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 01:32 PM
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Pshh, i don't see what the fuss is about, it's simply a freak of nature. Are there any pictures that show the deer's eyes? They probably just painted it black.. pshh.



posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 02:14 PM
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Here's another picture of one, but with the white undercoating and tail:
www.fw.umn.edu...

notice this one doesn't seem to have the blue eyes..love to see a picture of one that had them........

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posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 02:27 PM
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While interesting, its pretty meaningless. Just like the 'white buffalos'. Recently, a white buffalo was born, supposedly that means some native prophecy is about to be fufiled. Thing is, there are often white buffalos, red cows, etc etc. A melanic deer or an albino buffalo, its not prophetic, its to be expected.



posted on Jun, 20 2005 @ 03:42 PM
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Very good point Nygdan,...however I think that the black deer are supposed to be more unusual than an albino's...The reason I posted it is because I feel when these things come up, even though it's explanable, I think it has the effect of making us stop and think for a few moments...And also notice things around us, instead of going about our daily lives as ususal. That's how superstitions are born, but also tall tales for us to enjoy, and thought-of which that's why I read these forums.

For instance, the meaning of black can connotate the night sky, darkness around us, warnings, etc, etc. Deer are normally shy; so their gentle nature could be noted..without a feeling of agression around them.

I feel that is how man has discovered how things work in nature..by noticing things and trying to rationalize their meaning...unless you feel that most discovery/knowledge came from aliens or angels.



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 03:28 PM
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Ebay the animal. I'm sure there are some NA casino owners who could cash in big on this.



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 03:47 PM
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www.anl.gov...


Visitors to Argonne National Laboratory-East are sometimes startled by the white deer roaming the site and occasionally speculate on the nature of the experiment that produced their unusual coloring.



I've seen these deer, they are spooky looking.



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 04:09 PM
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that is neat.if only we had a shot of the eyes.



posted on Jun, 27 2005 @ 07:17 PM
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As for the blue eyes, it is actually extremely normal for the corloring of the eyes to not be obviously defined at birth. Many brown eyed children's eyes are actually blue at birth and it takes quite a few months for the ultimate color to develop. This is common in animals also, such as my pure black cat having the most astounding blue eyes at birth, that of course changed into their intended color at about 6 months of age, in this case yellow.

There has not been a single child born to my siblings that did not have blue eyes at birth, and of course we hold our breath for the final result as to whether or not they will remain the signature irish big blue of the 5 girls in my sibling group, but more times than not, they do turn brown by the first year if the spouse is brown eyed.

Now if this baby deer holds it's blue eyes, that would be astounding.



posted on Jun, 27 2005 @ 07:46 PM
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That's true. I don't know about deer, but kittens' eyes are blue when they first
open, and then gradually change color over several weeks.

About the white buffalo, I think I read or heard some time back that its coat
had changed color and was no longer white. I wonder what that is supposed to mean, if anything. I mean, seeing as how the white buffalo is SUPPOSED to be
part of an Indian prophesy. I wonder there really is such an Indian prophesy
going back hundreds of years (and can be demonstrated as such), or something that somebody cobbled together in more recent times. Because so many Indian tribal cultures and beliefs were practically wiped out, a lot of people are
now trying to re-create them, many from next to nothing, and some of them get
a lot of mysticism and religious beliefs from other tribes and Eastern religion and
a little from here and a little from there... of course, what else can they do?...but
I often wonder if the end result is something their ancestors wouldn't recognize.


[edit on 27-6-2005 by Omegaprobe]



posted on Jun, 28 2005 @ 09:58 AM
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Originally posted by Nygdan
While interesting, its pretty meaningless. Just like the 'white buffalos'. Recently, a white buffalo was born, supposedly that means some native prophecy is about to be fufiled. Thing is, there are often white buffalos, red cows, etc etc. A melanic deer or an albino buffalo, its not prophetic, its to be expected.


I'll add to this that the "source and interpretation" is Drama Queen Sorcha Faal.

Sorcha is a source that's about as reliable as IndiaNetDaily and every other tabloid around. She's been predicting "Global Changes Now!!!" and "Amazing Prophetic Things" for over a decade (if memory serves) and so far, none of her overly dramatic proclamations have ever come to pass and none of her alarmist interpretations has ever been proven true.

But that doesn't stop her from making these dramatic announcements... or from asking money to support her drama habit.



posted on Jul, 1 2005 @ 03:45 PM
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Originally posted by Omegaprobe
That's true. I don't know about deer, but kittens' eyes are blue when they first
open, and then gradually change color over several weeks.

About the white buffalo, I think I read or heard some time back that its coat
had changed color and was no longer white. I wonder what that is supposed to mean, if anything. I mean, seeing as how the white buffalo is SUPPOSED to be
part of an Indian prophesy. I wonder there really is such an Indian prophesy
going back hundreds of years (and can be demonstrated as such), or something that somebody cobbled together in more recent times. Because so many Indian tribal cultures and beliefs were practically wiped out, a lot of people are
now trying to re-create them, many from next to nothing, and some of them get
a lot of mysticism and religious beliefs from other tribes and Eastern religion and
a little from here and a little from there... of course, what else can they do?...but
I often wonder if the end result is something their ancestors wouldn't recognize.


[edit on 27-6-2005 by Omegaprobe]


Actually there have been many unusual white buffalo the past few years...and one born to a white mother. They usually start out dark and turn white, but one was born white. Some of the other white ones mentioned in previous years had blue eyes in the same group with other white ones that had darker eyes, like brown I presume, all born the same time. www.crystalinks.com...

[edit on 7/1/2005 by mercury19]





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