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My possessed Pony !

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posted on May, 4 2004 @ 01:38 AM
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Is there any information out there available in terms of media, (books, articles, newspapers, news items, etc. about animals being possessed by possible U.F.O landings in farm areas? Im not sure what im seeing or how to interpret it but something really bizzare has happened where i live.


[Edited on 6-5-2004 by John bull 1]




posted on May, 4 2004 @ 01:41 AM
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What behavior in your pony and/or other livestock would cause you to form such a hypothesis? What breed? Can it be explained by being otherwise 'spooked'?



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 01:57 AM
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Well, i don't know whether to dismiss it as a prank on me personally from someone for my beliefs. but over the weekend two relatively large rings appeared in my field. In addition, my pony has lost its mind. Its tail is somehow managing to stand on a 45 degree angle, and it's main is as if its been eletrocuted. It has been constantly bucking and making a noise I've never heard before, kind of like a "roaring moan" I havent been able to approach it because it doesnt seem to recognise me anymore. Could someone have given it some drug and/or poison to enable such behaviour?



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 02:04 AM
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FAIRY RINGS

could the rings be these, i have one in my back garden,
they are very visible.
as for the behavior, could your pony of been terrorissed by yobs?



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 02:19 AM
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No, not at all. It seems as if the grass affected has been subjected to some form of a magnetic field, considering it has been altered in means that do not seem possible to create without a great deal of time and effort. This however has occured overnight in the space of less than eight hours. As for my shetland, yobs could have drugged it as i said but the tail and behaviour also seems more stimulated by something rather than subdued. This picture is only to give you an idea of the grasses directional behaviour, it is not anywhere near as long also.




posted on May, 4 2004 @ 02:39 AM
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from information ive picked up on crop circles, the questionable circles have laying corn/grass/crop very similar to what you posted.
sorta laying over each other as if been blown flat by a directional wind force in a concentrated space. your pony coulda gota visit possibly, if you can get close to inpect your pony, look for maybe odd insissions.



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 05:07 AM
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i went out before and unfortunately my pony has passed away. I couldn't seem to get near it earlier but i did notice that it was in a fair bit of distress because it was swinging its neck downwards as if there were something irritating its underbelly such as a bite or so on. To be entirely honest the concept thats now left me the most freaked is the fact that when i felt safe enough to actually enter the paddockk before i noticed that my mobile phone froze, by that i mean that the display screen was locked up and un-usable with the time 7:32pm pretty much 'set in concrete' The local police are dismissing it as an act of animal cruelty by some 'teenage thugs', and as far of my phone is concerned they are telling me that i dropped it. I am attempting to arrange a digital camera as soon as possible so that i can clarrify this "fairytale" which quite simply has me more spooked than any of you would dream to imagine.



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 05:12 AM
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Odd...

I dont' think that I've ever heard of something like this outside of science fiction.

But, now that I think about it...

Has anyone Read (not watched) Dreamcatcher, by Stephen King?

Sounds like your pony got a 'Shyte Weasel', to me.

I'm just kidding, and I'm sorry to joke now that your pony has passed away, but I'm just reveling in the similarities.



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 06:47 AM
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I know that some pet services will offer a pet autopsy--if the poor thing had been foaming at the motuh, I'd say it was raibees. If you haven't buried it, get it autoplied for that, and ask if anything else can happen...



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 07:05 AM
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I've heard of this sort of madness from equine from time to time. Most of the old-timers passed it off by saying that the animal had gotten into a patch of loco weed. What that was besides the inherent reference to Mary Jane, was never explained. Its my guess that it couldn't be explained logically so this expression was developed to easily dismiss it.


I know it might be tough to do but have you examined the animal for anything physically noticable? Right off hand, if there wasn't all the odd behavior and circles, I'd say it was heart related or a blood clot but the behavior exibited before hand wouldn't be explained by that. Its my guess that you do have a true mystery on your hands and you might eventually have to accept that it will never truly be explained.



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 07:06 AM
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Well why exactly didn't you get a vet out? It sounds like a case of colic (re the underbelly itching) or eating the commonly known poisonous weed hamlock, or something similair, which can make a horse go doo-lally. You're suppose d to pick all weeds out of your ponies way, since there's alot this time of year. (You probably already knew all this, but I'm just pointing it out to be sure). The Hemlock can cause alot of itching all over the body, which causes static (electricuted main and 45 degree tail). I agree with jlc, you should get an autopsy done before you jump to the conclusion of it being murdered or posessed.

As for the crop circles, if that's the actualy picture of your field, then they're pretty small. You'd only need a lawnmower...THAT'S likely to be the teenagers.

Good luck with your findings, and I'm sorry your pony passed away, poor thing.



posted on May, 4 2004 @ 11:06 AM
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Originally posted by LadyCool21
Well why exactly didn't you get a vet out? It sounds like a case of colic (re the underbelly itching) or eating the commonly known poisonous weed hamlock, or something similair, which can make a horse go doo-lally. You're suppose d to pick all weeds out of your ponies way, since there's alot this time of year. (You probably already knew all this, but I'm just pointing it out to be sure). The Hemlock can cause alot of itching all over the body, which causes static (electricuted main and 45 degree tail). I agree with jlc, you should get an autopsy done before you jump to the conclusion of it being murdered or posessed.

As for the crop circles, if that's the actualy picture of your field, then they're pretty small. You'd only need a lawnmower...THAT'S likely to be the teenagers.

Good luck with your findings, and I'm sorry your pony passed away, poor thing.


But Lady Cooly, don't you thinkk that maybe after the little pony ate some bad weeds, it just may have jumped around in circles and created those flattened out parts on the ground? And yea, everything sounds quite like it's a usual case of poisoning.





posted on May, 5 2004 @ 01:47 AM
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For starters, there is certaily no 'mary Jane in my field, that pony was liike a child hence the reason. And I obviously had a vet come out but it was merely too dangerous for her to get near him. how many people would step into a rodeo ring, for whatever reason??? I apologose for my abruptness, i just dont know if i could allow him to be cut open after the torment I've already seen him endure.



posted on May, 5 2004 @ 01:59 AM
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well if i may i'd like to aquire the following info for everyone's uses an for a learning tool if you have a camera (witch i think i saw) if you could can you take some pics of the cirlces (both far an close up), maybe a picture of the pony's area, an a close up picture of a normal piece of whatever is growing in that field. if you have the time for this would be very greatly thanked an could be a good learning tool.


dz

posted on May, 5 2004 @ 02:35 AM
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Originally posted by AlteredBeast
No, not at all. It seems as if the grass affected has been subjected to some form of a magnetic field, considering it has been altered in means that do not seem possible to create without a great deal of time and effort. This however has occured overnight in the space of less than eight hours. As for my shetland, yobs could have drugged it as i said but the tail and behaviour also seems more stimulated by something rather than subdued. This picture is only to give you an idea of the grasses directional behaviour, it is not anywhere near as long also.


just out of curiosity, why do you magically assume it's a magnetic field? are you some kind of scientist?

sorry, no offense, but i think this story is fake

horses/ponies aren't cheap. people don't just let them die like that; they call the vet in. you couldn't get the vet near the pony? they're prepared for that; they simply drug the thing up until it's too drunk to move.

sorry, i think this is fake.



posted on May, 5 2004 @ 02:36 AM
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If you cant bare having your pony autopsied then have the vet look all around the corps with you for any small incisions or bite like wounds.



posted on May, 5 2004 @ 03:12 AM
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This is the coolest. I mean, wanna talk about "cool"?

Hello people, this being who actually dealt with THIS situation, IS COOL. Wow. Could YOU imagine yourself in this ones situation? It's hardly fathomable let alone, able to be endured easily. Who amongst us could go through this, and then, hello, haha, go through the shhh....that we put him through? Hm? Hm?

How would you like to see your main man with his hair stickin out on end? How would you like to lose your friend.............over something like this situation?

If ANYONE here has read the BiBle...I'd say, this is a Job situation.

So common folks. Lets have some respect for this individual. I know, YOU wouldn't want to be in his place.
Stop making a mockery out of it. (as, I was out of you earlier.) This IS an extraterrestrial experience. There is no doubt about that.



posted on May, 5 2004 @ 03:17 AM
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we are not familiar with HOW the aliens work, at this time. Nor are we familiar with a LOT of things! You wouldn't know me from ADAM. Isn't THAT a saying?
You couldn't judge what has happened. Why not at least only, accept that it WAS a very unusual experience and there ARE no explanations concerning US humans, about such a thing as this. At the LEAST, one could offer some amount of comfort to your fellow man. Rather than, making so many stupid stories up in the face of ..........facts.



posted on May, 5 2004 @ 03:56 AM
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DZ, your name suggests as much as i need to know about your personality. I think your're misguided in your ways, ANYTHING and EVERYTHING is open to various forms of interpretation. Maybe you need to find a narrow-minded site that can cater for you insolence.



posted on May, 5 2004 @ 04:00 AM
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I change my mind, the pony hasn't eaten any weeds, you paid SamaraMorgueAnn to come and eat them all out of harms way...


Anyhoo, his pony wasn't in that field, but good thinking for that (when you weren't high on crack or some cult or other).

I think I have to agree with dz here, ponies aren't cheap, and you said it was like a a child to you. The vet could of EASILY drugged the pony, that's what their trained to do, jeez you make it sound like it was an elephant.
As for an autopsy, your ponies dead, gone, capoof. It won't feel a thing, it's in horsey heaven with Seabiscuit and RedRum.

Maybe you're not faking it, no one can know for sure, but if you aren't, your stories got alot of holes as I mentioned above.



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