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reply to post by tracehd1
hmm makes me think of Morgellons Disease.
Love and harmony
I believe these fibers are actually spider webs from newly hatched baby spiders that make these tiny parachutes immediately upon hatching. I am from north TX and have seen these my entire life.
reply to post by Unity_99
Have any of you seen the case of 100ft spider webs covering trees, it happens when the spiders hatch from the eggs ready to explore the world, but they then find a problem, the weather is a bit more rainy than usual and they cannot reach the ground due to it being flooded, can you imagine 1000 spiders making webs in one tree, the webs eventually attach to the next tree.
And they look like spider webs, but thicker. And they are billowing off the mountain behind our house. Huge long thick spider webs, single strands, that have no spiders, comign from the sky, crossing the valley from what seems to be the large hill behind our place, and its not nice sight.
when I told my son to get rid of the web that attached to the house, he walked through it, like he is apt to do, has no fear of spiders. And it stuck to his back and woudln't go away. He finally rolled on the grass to get rid of the connection.
I didn't think they were real spiders, in fact, chemtrails or something out of a black op lab came to mind.edit on 28-9-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)
And I don't believe its natural.
A friend, hopefully jokingly, told me the spiders had ascended and maybe they were sending out web lines, to try and contact ETs. But alas, I informed him, predators don't ascend...And that isn't even funny.edit on 28-9-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)