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In 2009, audiences were introduced to abductee Dr. Abigail "Abbey" Tyler, a psychologist living in Nome, Alaska with her two children in The Fourth Kind. Despite Milla Jovovich's (5th Element) superb performance, many critics pan the film with the same kind of unwarranted humiliation that is so often served upon experiencers and abductees. Even though the film's producers make a convincing connection with public interest in the Anunnaki (from Nibiru according to ancient Sumerian texts.), they still fueled caustic reviews. While these caustic reviews failed to diminish the film's popularity and profitability, the producers still missed the point of a recurring element in the film — the owls. The owls appear as cinematic metaphors before each of abduction portrayed in the film. However, rather than being a cinematic metaphor, the owls should be viewed for mission they are best suited. Remote controlled low altitude E.T. surveillance drones. That is, assuming the abductors can manipulate the minds of owls as easily as we do with Predator drones.
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In early Indian folklore, Owls represent wisdom and helpfulness, and have powers of prophecy. This theme recurs in Aesop's fables and in Greek myths and beliefs. After Perseus' first encounter with Calibos in the marshes he loses his magical helmet, Zeus decides to provide him with a replacement to aid him in his quest to save the princess. Bubo was Athena's beloved magical owl, Zeus commands her to hand over her owl to Perseus, but she "will never part" with her owl. She decides to build an exact replica of Bubo but made of brass and iron with the help of Hephaestus. Perseus, Ammon, Thalo and the princess find themselves lost in the desert in search of the Stygian Witches with nothing in the horizon as far as they can see. Out of nowhere this mysterious flying object appears in the distance, as it gets closer they realize that its an owl, an owl made of iron. Perseus seems to be the only one who understands its language of clicks and weird sounds. Bubo shows them the way to the Stygian Witches and towards the end of the film he rescues Pegasus from the clutches of the Cavemen and actually attacks the Kraken. In the final moments of the film when the Kraken knocks down Perseus and Pegasus and the head of Medusa lands in the water but Bubo reaches for the head and gives it to Perseus who then turns the Kraken into stone.
Originally posted by OmegaLogos
Personal Disclosure: I'm sure that owls wouldn't be the only form the ET drones would be disguised as!