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White blobs in Washington

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posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:12 AM
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Has anyone else here seen this on Unsolved Mysteries? In 1994, white blobs fell from the skies for several days off and on in summer and made many people sick, pets died all from coming in contact with it.

Art Bell also talked about it. Lab reports done on the blobs during the rain revealed they were made from human white blood cells, animal blood cells and intestinal parasites. The AFB a few miles away said it was a jellyfish, but then why the human stuff? The General was then said to have threatened people to 'not connect the dots'.

Any other places this has happened?




posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:26 AM
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Do you know when this happened or have any links?

The government reminds me of Elmer Fud, Yosemite Sam and Wylie Coyote all wrapped in one.

[edit on 23-2-2009 by Shawn B.]



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:32 AM
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Seriously? Never heard of this....but sounds pretty freaky! I have heard of fish falling from the sky, which I think was attributed from waterspouts at sea,which picked up fish with the water and then drifted inland.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:57 AM
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Here's a link with a very little bit of info on what I think OP's talking about
www.mt.net...
and another
www.rense.com...

I actually remember hearing about this on Sightings when I was a kid, I watched that show religiously.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 01:46 AM
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do a search also for this "gel" that's been coating the countryside in scottland also...

it's been analyzed and shown to have white blood cells in it also..

BTW ... dead white blood cells = puss

and i'm assuming they're dead.


and just for kicks you might want to do a search as to how much puss is in cow milk .. you're likely to vomit on your keyboard.


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posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 01:51 AM
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When I was a kid, my aunt bought me the Time-Life book series "Mysteries of the Unexplained." While this was the late 80's, so the event the OP is discussing had not happened, it did have a section on strange substances falling from the sky. It dealt with everything from Biblical plagues of frogs "raining" on Egypt, to Manna falling from heaven to feed the Israelites, to numerous reports of something called "angel hair" falling all over the globe. I seem to recall a couple of stories in there about things very similar to this... substances which were lab tested to reveal human and/or animal skin cells and I remember well that in some of the events the substance either left an almost chemical burn on anyone it touched, killed grass and plants where it landed, and made animals very ill.

I will have to look for that book now and return to this topic with some citations.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 02:00 AM
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just a thought, but could these white blobs not be chemtrails? After all, i've read many reports that matter which drifted from the sky after chemtrail exposure, was tested and found to contain human biological components among other things. It could have been a test run of sorts, before the massive chemtrail operations began in 1996. Just throwing it out there for you.

Love and Peace



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 02:04 AM
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What's a bit confusing is the people getting ill from white blood cells?

I don't see how that could be the cause to the illness.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 02:57 AM
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Originally posted by burdman30ott6
When I was a kid, my aunt bought me the Time-Life book series "Mysteries of the Unexplained." While this was the late 80's, so the event the OP is discussing had not happened, it did have a section on strange substances falling from the sky. It dealt with everything from Biblical plagues of frogs "raining" on Egypt, to Manna falling from heaven to feed the Israelites, to numerous reports of something called "angel hair" falling all over the globe. I seem to recall a couple of stories in there about things very similar to this... substances which were lab tested to reveal human and/or animal skin cells and I remember well that in some of the events the substance either left an almost chemical burn on anyone it touched, killed grass and plants where it landed, and made animals very ill.

I will have to look for that book now and return to this topic with some citations.



could you tell me more about this "angel hair" ?

nevermind -
en.wikipedia.org...(UFO)


interesting... kind of like the clear motile fibers morgellons sufferers report on and around their body.

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posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 03:04 AM
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That's it, those are the links. One has the full script of the Unsolved Mysteries story segment.

This was in 1994, prior to chemtrails being in the sky, so it is possible the blobs were a test prior to the use of chemtrails. Perhaps a bio-weapons testing. But it's not just white blood cells, it's animal blood cells and intestinal parasites as well. Who knows what was done to bind these three together into a new life form.

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posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 03:17 AM
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Originally posted by burdman30ott6
When I was a kid, my aunt bought me the Time-Life book series "Mysteries of the Unexplained." While this was the late 80's, so the event the OP is discussing had not happened, it did have a section on strange substances falling from the sky. It dealt with everything from Biblical plagues of frogs "raining" on Egypt, to Manna falling from heaven to feed the Israelites, to numerous reports of something called "angel hair" falling all over the globe. I seem to recall a couple of stories in there about things very similar to this... substances which were lab tested to reveal human and/or animal skin cells and I remember well that in some of the events the substance either left an almost chemical burn on anyone it touched, killed grass and plants where it landed, and made animals very ill.

I will have to look for that book now and return to this topic with some citations.


Please find it, if there are more than one incidents we have a pattern and may have an idea on what this stuff is



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 04:59 AM
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I love unsolved mysteries and I just started watching the "new" episodes on spike tv. Not as good as the old days but still pretty good. I do remember this episode, i'd love to find it now.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 05:55 AM
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Colored rain:

"There have been red rains that, in the middle ages, were called 'rains of blood'. Such rains terrified many persons..." Some red rains very strongly suggest blood or finely divided animal matter. There was a red rain in the Mediterranean region, March 6, 1888. Twelve days later, it fell again. Whatever this substance may have been, when burned, the odor of animal matter from it was very strong and persistent.(L Astronomie, 1888-205.) (pages 38-39)

In L'Année Scientifique it was reported "that, Dec.13, 1887, there fell, in Cochin, China, a substance like blood, somewhat coagulated."(page 40) "

" There is a report in the Annual Register about something that fell from the sky in Amherst, Massachusetts on August 13, 1819. It is included here because of the blood-like appearance it took on after exposure to air. "It had been examined and described by Prof.Graves, formerly lecturer at Dartmouth College. It was an object that had upon it a nap, similar to that of milled cloth. Upon removing this nap, a buff-colored, pulpy surface was found. It had an offensive odor, and, upon exposure to the air, turned to a vivid red. This thing was said to have fallen with a brilliant light. ...In the American Journal of Science, 1-2-335, is Professor Graves' account, communicated by Professor Dewey: That, upon the evening of August 13, 1819, a light was seen in Amherst ---a falling object---sound as if of an explosion. In the home of Prof.Dewey, this light was reflected upon a wall of a room in which were several members of Prof.Dewey's family. The next morning, in Prof.Dewey's front yard, in what is said to have been the only position from which the light that had been seen in the room, the night before, could have been reflected, was found a substance 'unlike anything before observed by anyone who saw it.' It was a bowl-shaped object, about 8 inches in diameter, and one inch thick. Bright buff-colored, and having upon it a 'fine nap.' Upon removing this covering, a buff-colored, pulpy substance of the consistency of soft-soap, was found ---'of an offensive, suffocating smell. A few minutes of exposure to the air changed the buff color to 'a livid color resembling venous red.' It absorbed moisture quickly from the air and liquified. ...In the American Journal of Science , 1-25-362, occurs the inevitable damnation of the Amherst object: " Prof.Edward Hitchcock went to live in Amherst. He says that years later, another object, like the one said to have fallen in 1819, had been found at 'nearly the same place.' Prof.Hitchcock was invited by Prof.Graves to examine it. Exactly like the first one. Corresponded in size and color and consistency. The chemic reactions were the same. Prof.Hitchcock recognized it in a moment. It was a gelatinous fungus. He did not satisfy himself as to just the exact species it belonged to, but he predicted that similar fungi might spring up within twenty-four hours---But, by evening, two others sprang up." (pages 24--43) (pages 299-300) "


Plus much more here:

www.dragonrest.net...



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 10:52 AM
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Even better, I have found what appears to be an online site directly related to the book I spoke of earlier.
theunexplainedmysteries.com...
There's the link to the section which covers strange substances falling from the heavens.


There is also this, which I remember reading about: www.book-of-thoth.com...

American Journal of Science, 1-41-404:

Story of a highly unpleasant substance that had fallen from the sky, in Wilson County, Tennessee. We read that Dr. Troost visited the place and investigated. Later we’re going to investigate some investigations--but never mind that now. Dr. Troost reported that the substance was clear blood and portions of flesh scattered upon tobacco fields. He argued that a whirlwind might have taken an animal up from one place, mauled it around, and have precipitated its remains somewhere else.

But, in volume 44, page 216, of the Journal, there is an apology. The whole matter is, upon newspaper authority, said to have been a hoax by negroes, who had pretended to have seen the shower, for the sake of practicing upon the credulity of their masters: that they had scattered the decaying flesh of a dead hog over the tobacco fields.


I personally hope I never find myself caught in a rain of flesh cells and pus, but that's just me.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 11:02 AM
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When I first saw the thread titled in recent posts, my initial reaction was this was another thread about our inept polloticians in Washington. sorry



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:06 PM
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This is kind of a cool thread, and the subject is one that has interested me for a long time.

It turns out that, pretty much, since man started recording events, there have been instances of REALLY weird stuff falling from the skies.

Everything from animals, to blood, to meat, and on, and on. And, in MANY cases, this stuff was witnessed by large groups of people, if not whole towns, or large cities.

The guy that started making this phenomenon known, is Charles Fort.
I don't normally like to use Wikipedia for reference, but in this case, it should do just fine.
Charles Fort at Wikipedia

He wrote books like "Lo!", and "The Book of the Damned". (Damned, as in the excluded).
The stuff he wrote about was, in some cases, just plain freaky! Some was goofy, some scary.
But, it all leaves you wondering.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:14 PM
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YES, dude thank you so much for that link!
I used to own the same book, it's probably in storage back at my mom's place....Man that book used to freak me out at night, especially the unexplained disappearances and the reports of spontaneous human combustion....EEEEK.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:56 PM
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The sections of the book that I remember freaking myself out with were about demonic possession and alien abductions. I think that was when I started diverging from being 'normal' and got into the paranormal side of life.



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 04:54 PM
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I live in Tracy Ca. and a few years ago I remember seeing this white, kinda like spider webs everywhere in the sky. It was very sticky and stuck to my car. It was falling all over the place. I never found out what it was, but it was doing that for a few days then stopped. Again it was like spider webs (it was around Halloween, so to me it looked like fake spider webs). Not sure if this is what you are talking about.



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:55 PM
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This may be related to the lighter-than-air 'jelly fish" creatures that some people believe exist in the upper atmosphere.



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