Originally posted by Syntaxstealth
What would a therapist say?
What would a therapist say? First of all, I'm a therapist and second of all, I know that unicorns are real.
2 very old and dear friends researched unicorns and discovered how they were created: by surgically altering the horns in a newborn goat, they can be
made to grow together into one horn. This was done back in the '70's by my 2 friends, who created 4 unicorns and took them to Ren Faires.
Eventually, one was sold to the circus, with disastrous results, as the unicorn was abused. The 4 are all dead now, the last one having passsed away
several years ago. He lived at Isis Oasis in No. California and I met him myself.
There were write-ups on the unicorns in the L.A. Times, front page, Section 4. I rememebr it all very clearly.
Here is a link to the unicorn calendar that Lancelot, one of the unicorns, posed for. He is the third picture from the top.
Another URL, this one with an interview and picture of Lancelot, the unicorn:
"HR: Where did you discover that unicorns really existed?
OZR: I discovered significant clues in Odell Shephard’s book, The Lore of the Unicorn, where he gave reference to single-horned cattle that were
documented to have been produced by the Kafir tribes in Ethiopia. Shephard also referenced a number of what seemed to be very matter-of-fact
descriptions and drawings of actual living Unicorns reported in various places by Renaissance-era explorers, including Portuguese explorer Louis
Vartoman, who described a pair he saw in the private menagerie of the Sultan of Mecca. Each subsequent appearance is accompanied by a remarkable and
recurrent legend, in which they are believed to re-appear on Earth at the darkest hour, and herald the dawn of a new Golden Age…which, in fact,
actually occurred each time, from the Golden Age of Greece, through the birth of Confucius, to the European Renaissance. And, of course, now."
For more info, Google: unicorns + Zell; The Living Unicorn Project