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Topic: Silhouette Man's "Strange and Bizarre" Mysterious World Thread

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This thread basically does what it says on the tin. This is the thread for all "out there" strange and bizarre stuff that exists here on Planet Earth and further afield - ghosts, UFOs, elves, fairies, leprechauns, spirits, time travel, aliens, hooded men with lanterns in fields at night, the Real Men in Black, phantom death coaches, poltergeists, banshees, strange clouds, time slips, crazy or credible conspiracy theories, alternative religions, unexplained phenomena, cults and sects, Voodoo and black magic, the Occult, Seances, Ouija Boards, the Bilderberg Group, the Masonic Order, secret societies, the Skulls and Bones, the Hollow Earth Theory and just general bizarre stuff...it all belongs here in this thread! Let's get a discussion going. There are Bond links here of course - you only need to look at the Black Magic and Voodoo ceremony elements in Ian Fleming's Live and Let Die and in the film version of the same name!

I'll start the ball rolling with what I found out only just this week about the American elites who visit Bohemian Grove and belong to the Bohemian Grove in California in the United States where they take part in a freaky ceremony called the "Cremation of Care Ceremony". You can read more about it on the net, but here are some excellent You Tube videos  that have recorded footage of what goes down at these ceremonies:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5dHhvpHIjM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Lo3l1wa2jI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvY7thwBVu4

This thread is just like "Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World"...erm...only it's by Silhouette Man.  ajb007/smile

Last edited by Silhouette Man (26th Dec 2017 16:54)

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Here's a James Bond related weird phenomenon filmed by Mr Big/Dr Kananga actor Yaphet Kotto. See this video from 1993 in Canada here on You Tube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7QahQisda8

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Thought I would start this thread up again and attempt to make it a success this time... ajb007/lol

Here is a great You Tube video on "20 Mysterious Photos that should not exist":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSdRilEvAv8

Last edited by Silhouette Man (12th Oct 2014 18:31)

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The Bermuda Triangle has always fascinated me  ajb007/martini  The X Files did an Episode about it, where it turns out that you can go back in Time if you pass through the Center of it.

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ajb007/cheers  Very interesting   ajb007/martini  I love all this " X Files "  stuff. I am a huge
Sceptic though and always think there's a scientific explanation . ajb007/wink
Although it's still fun, finding out about mysteries.  ajb007/martini

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This is right up my street.

Not so much UFO's but I do do love a good ghost story ( was going to make a joke about ghoulies but changed my mind  ajb007/lol ) and myths of things like Banshees etc ...

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

The Bermuda Triangle has always fascinated me  ajb007/martini  The X Files did an Episode about it, where it turns out that you can go back in Time if you pass through the Center of it.

ive swam in the Bermuda triangle,and it dosent seem to have affected me ajb007/biggrin

By the way, did I tell you,  I was       "Mad"?

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I've listened to Barry Manilow's " Bermuda Triangle"  .... And it really had an
Effect on me !  ajb007/lol
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dWOS9ffvltQ
Now that's one hard bitchin' Rock sound !  ajb007/wink

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always shaken wrote:
AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

The Bermuda Triangle has always fascinated me  ajb007/martini  The X Files did an Episode about it, where it turns out that you can go back in Time if you pass through the Center of it.

ive swam in the Bermuda triangle,and it dosent seem to have affected me ajb007/biggrin

Just altered your Appearance a bit  ajb007/wink

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:
always shaken wrote:
AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

The Bermuda Triangle has always fascinated me  ajb007/martini  The X Files did an Episode about it, where it turns out that you can go back in Time if you pass through the Center of it.

ive swam in the Bermuda triangle,and it dosent seem to have affected me ajb007/biggrin

Just altered your Appearance a bit  ajb007/wink

Yes, it must have been those darned fillings... ajb007/lol

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Always Shaken, swimming about ? Might explain some of
Those sea creature sightings !  ajb007/tongue   ajb007/lol

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This photo allegedly of the Grey Lady ghost was recently taken not too far from where I live:

http://www.ballymoneytimes.co.uk/webimage/1.6380959.1414420020!/image/2978813277.jpg_gen/derivatives/articleImgDeriv_628px/2978813277.jpg

Read more about the only photograph ever taken of the Grey Lady here:

http://www.irishcentral.com/culture/cra … -site.html

http://www.ballymoneytimes.co.uk/news/y … -1-6380961

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news … es-4518529

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The Trees look more sinister  ajb007/amazed

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

The Trees look more sinister  ajb007/amazed

Yes, they are world famous. Tourists come into my shop looking for directions to the Dark Hedges quite regularly!  ajb007/smile  ajb007/martini

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Oh yes, the Dark Hedges  ajb007/martini

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Oh yes, the Dark Hedges  ajb007/martini

You've heard of them then?  ajb007/smile

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I read about them a while ago  ajb007/martini

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Good to hear that the news is getting out there!

I've driven past them and might even give them a visit tomorrow.  ajb007/amazed

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It's a beautiful spot, but  I prefer the more artistic photos.  ajb007/wink

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Thunderpussy wrote:

It's a beautiful spot, but  I prefer the more artistic photos.  ajb007/wink

Have you done any wedding photos there perchance?  ajb007/smile

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No, but I've seen loads of stunning b/w images taken of it.  ajb007/martini
Hope to add a few of my own ...... Sometime.  ajb007/lol

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

The Trees look more sinister  ajb007/amazed

They are the weirdest trees ive ever seen ,straight out of sleepy hollow

By the way, did I tell you,  I was       "Mad"?

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As most of you know I am in the err hem FREEMASONS  (booh hiss says sir Miles) ajb007/lol but cotary to popular urban myths
there are no goats, no nakedness , no chucking people of roof tops ect ,just good upstanding men, doing their best to help raise money for those less fortunate or those that have suffered . Yes admittedly ,the map of

By the way, did I tell you,  I was       "Mad"?

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continued (obviously one of SM bugs in my system ) ajb007/rolleyes
Washington DC is built on a masonic grid.All the founding fathers who signed the American  independence were freemasons .Most US presidents are /were freemasons, most heads of state around the world, The list is endless I could go on ,but sir miles will probably come round my house and kill me ajb007/lol  .If any one is interested just go on to any web and look for famous freemasons (im not on it )yet ajb007/lol

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I thought it was built in the shape of an owl ? With the Washington monument
Standing 555 ft high meaning 111ft of foundation etc = 666 ?  ajb007/lol  you see it is
"The great Satan ".  ajb007/lol

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