Birds Cannot Be Trusted And The Reptilian Connection

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posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 03:43 PM
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Greetings Above Top Secretions, bear with me for a minute or two.

Birds cannot be trusted. Ever really gazed into their eyes?



Are They Really Dinosaurs? or Was It The Other Way Around?

Either way you cut it, there is a relationship.



If there were a diabolical Reptilian race out there somewhere (or here), wouldn't they have a connection with Earth's birds?



Can you imagine how much easier The Takeover could occur with the help of our feathered friends?



I say they cannot be trusted, and quite possibly, should be stopped. We can't afford for the connection to take place.








[edit on 20-2-2010 by Signals]




posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 03:48 PM
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holy effing sh..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i was just thinking about this three days ago-
how since they have a flock mentality, maybe reptilians can tap into that somehow with technology and that birds are actually their surveillance of us!!!!
guess what- the hundred birds that used to feed every day in backyard from seeds have disappeared since.......i thought it might be that an earthquake was on that way- it's that noticable......not that have anything against any alien races keeping tabs on us.......just my own... (hahaha)



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 03:53 PM
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You have proven worthy of membership in the ancient secret brotherhood of antiornithological egg-snatchers.

I will go to our N.E.S.T (read:temple) to inform Master Poisened Birdseed that I have found another candidate for our secret society.

In the mean time, you might want to start to familiarize yourself with our hidden agenda of (bird) population reduction and the means with which we hope to achieve it:

www.exoticpetvet.net...


May we battle the feathered beasts together like our enlightened brothers have been doing for least 12,000 years.

[edit on 20-2-2010 by NichirasuKenshin]

[edit on 20-2-2010 by NichirasuKenshin]



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 03:53 PM
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[edit on 20-2-2010 by Signals]



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 04:24 PM
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Birds never fail to show me where I parked my car when I forget where I parked in a large lot. Personally, I trust them. All they really need is a little sprinking of birdseed as a reward.



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 04:40 PM
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Yea, let's kill every god damn bird on the planet, they'r so suspicious looking!



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 04:40 PM
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I like mine with some salt, pepper, garlic, cumen, rosemary, and a little butter.
hhhhmmmmmm goood.



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 04:46 PM
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The weirdest birds out there, in my opinion, are the owls. Check out the side-to-side predatory gestures as they size up an intruder. They look like some kind of malevolent alien life form...





For thousands of years in the history of humankind, the owls have been associated with evil omen — they've been considered the harbingers of misfortune as far back as ancient Greece.

To this day we still see owls depicted as messengers (as in the Harry Potter movies) and as rather evil entities (as in the recent boxoffice flop The Fourth Kind).

You know, these things can see in almost total darkness, their predatory vision far exceeds human vision and even the vision of hawks and eagles. Additionally, their wing feathers are constructed in such a way as to permit them to fly in complete silence, even as they are striking their nocturnal prey.

Funny story. Many years ago, my younger brother was guiding a group of hunters in the early pre-dawn hours through a pitch-black forest. Occasionally, my brother would switch on his torch, just to help the other guys orient themselves, and then he'd extinguish it again as they proceeded through the darkness as quietly as they could.

Anyone who has wandered around in a forest late at night knows how eerie it is — because you know you're being watched by wild animals on all sides, lurking out there in the blackness. This knowledge completely freaks out some people, so one or two of the hunters were already extremely nervous.

Suddenly, in the total darkness, without warning of any kind, one of the hunters let go a bloodcurdling scream, and there was a racket of frantic scuffling!

All of the torches were immediately switched on, and the remaining hunters were greeted to the horrifying sight of a huge fekking animal attached to the head of the screaming hunter. This huge creature was pounding its wings mightily, as if trying to rip his head right off of his shoulders.

It was a Great Horned Owl.

The bird struggled with the shrieking hunter for a few more seconds, then released him and vaulted silently away into the night. The victim was left sobbing and pissing in his pants.

The reason for the attack was a great mystery at first, but my brother solved it soon afterwards. It seems the victim of the assault, while thoroughly costumed in camouflaged gear, had unfortunately worn a cap with a white emblem embroidered across the front — an emblem about the size of a field mouse, as my brother noted with some amusement.

From the owl's vantage in the trees nearby, the single bright object bobbling along in the blackness must have resembled an errant rodent scampering through the night. In true predatory fashion, the Great Horned Owl attacked swiftly and silently, grabbing the hat and a talon-full of the guy's hair in the process.

The other guys, while shaken, were soon laughing off the incident. The victim, however, had to be escorted back to the hunting lodge, where he remained for the rest of the weekend.



— Doc Velocity




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posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 04:56 PM
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Didn't Mao have all the people kill birds in China. Something to do with birds carrying germs. When the birds were gone China had problems with bugs.



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:00 PM
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that's is just beautiful.......and I was afraid this thread wouldn't go anwhere!
nice story.
and-oh...the birds are back eating the birdseed. at least the finches.....


 
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posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:17 PM
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Yes Doc, especially the owls.





Not a great pic, but I posted it in an earlier thread Here. At the time I failed to catch the message it sent me....but I think I have it now.

How cunning for it to be right there the whole time.





posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:18 PM
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Yes....should we devour what could possibly be the link


Perhaps that has ushered in the return.



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:21 PM
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Ah, perhaps the owls...yes, they can't even answer simple questions. They hide important secrets from us believing us unworthy of truth.


[edit on 2/20/2010 by EnlightenUp]



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:23 PM
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Birds?! Are you kidding? They're just stooges for the real power behind the throne....henchmen and enforcers. The real threat are the guys chasing the birds from the bird-tables in our gardens...

It's our old friend 'The Squirrel.'



Those beady little eyes reveal the sinister intent and subversive evil their cute fluffiness tries to conceal. Join the dots and you'll find squirrel paw prints all over the NWO manifesto. Furry little ba#####s...

We can exploit their addiction to bird-seed (AKA Squirrel crack) and use booby traps...



What's that noise at my _..sounds like.............



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:27 PM
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Birds I trust, it's people that I have a problem with. I'm siding with the titmice on this one. And boy, will your car paint be sorry for starting this war. When the seed runs out there will be nothing for them to eat but human eyeballs, wear goggles into battle. You watch too much Hitchcock my friend



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:33 PM
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That's what I'm saying


Their modus operandi is their method of transportation. If they were coerced they will become a most formidable pawn in Their Plan...



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 06:24 PM
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Originally posted by IandEye
holy effing sh..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i was just thinking about this three days ago-
how since they have a flock mentality, maybe reptilians can tap into that somehow with technology and that birds are actually their surveillance of us!!!!
guess what- the hundred birds that used to feed every day in backyard from seeds have disappeared since.......i thought it might be that an earthquake was on that way- it's that noticable......not that have anything against any alien races keeping tabs on us.......just my own... (hahaha)


Maybe some of the bird or dinosaur left in the current species allows a memory of the cells, if you want to call it that....a memory of how to communicate or a bridge for the gap.


Based on fossil and biological evidence, most scientists accept that birds are a specialised sub-group of theropod dinosaurs.[10] More specifically, they are members of Maniraptora, a group of theropods which includes dromaeosaurs and oviraptorids, among others.[11] As scientists discover more non-avian theropods that are closely related to birds, the previously clear distinction between non-birds and birds has become blurred.

Recent discoveries in the Liaoning Province of northeast China, which demonstrate that many small theropod dinosaurs had feathers, contribute to this ambiguity.[12] The consensus view in contemporary paleontology is that the birds, Aves, are the closest relatives of the deinonychosaurs, which include dromaeosaurids and troodontids. Together, these three form a group called Paraves. The basal dromaeosaur Microraptor has features which may have enabled it to glide or fly. The most basal deinonychosaurs are very small. This evidence raises the possibility that the ancestor of all paravians may have been arboreal, and/or may have been able to glide.[13][14]

The Late Jurassic Archaeopteryx is well-known as one of the first transitional fossils to be found and it provided support for the theory of evolution in the late 19th century. Archaeopteryx has clearly reptilian characteristics: teeth, clawed fingers, and a long, lizard-like tail, but it has finely preserved wings with flight feathers identical to those of modern birds. It is not considered a direct ancestor of modern birds, but is the oldest and most primitive known member of Aves or Avialae, and it is probably closely related to the real ancestor.


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posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 06:26 PM
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Hey all,
Im loving the thread >.< Especially the guy scratching the owls head in the Signals OP. Black eyes and white eyelids?!

And to add to the whole 'surveilance' freakiness, lets not forgot most (maybe all) birds have Tetrachromatic vision ( en.wikipedia.org... ) which enables them to see in ways we cant imagine. Adding a visual ultraviolet bandwidth. Might be handy in the day-to-day spying of us silly humans hehe

Anyway, my first post on this awesome site. Have had lots of good times reading contributions here. Hope i can add to it all someday


Namaste



posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 06:36 PM
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This could be a concern, what if the birds are used as transmitters, allowing the Reps to spy on our every move???




posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 06:42 PM
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My thoughts exactly! What if the reptilians gentically designed birds to have higher faculties than a human so... Im gonna stop, this is starting to make sense


Fun thread though, thanks for the smiles





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