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Another horrific half-cat mutilation cycle has begun. As before, not a trace of any perpetrator can be found, despite the large number of felines affected. Then, in the second half of the show, a mysterious boom throws a woman across a beach and injures her.

Cat mutilations are generally dismissed as predator action, but officials never bother to explain the neat incisions, the lack of blood and, above all, the fact that no perpetrator, animal or human, has ever even been seen, let alone caught.

Linda reports, “One Denver investigator, who requested anonymity, told me, “Very precise cuts. Some cats are just cut in half, like with a band saw or very sharp knife or something like that, but no blood. Just cut in half and either the front half or the back half is left to be found. Other animals have only flesh removed from the abdomen area, or a few organs removed, or all organs removed. A few have had just the spine removed in a very precise way. Usually there is no blood. There have been at least two other cycles of cat mutilations here since 1990.”

Here, she interviews an area attorney who is concerned about the problem, and attempting to get some sort of a straight answer from authorities about why these cruel attacks keep happening. And forget coyotes or any animal predator. These attacks are happening all over the world.

In the second half of the show, Linda and Whitley explore the single most bizarre boom event so far recorded, the mysterious explosion that injured a woman on Narragansett Beach on July 11. It now appears that this was NOT an explosion from below, but some sort of compression wave from above. Listen as Linda reports on this bizarre and disturbing event. To read the Earthfiles news report, click here.

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  1. Fascinating story -The
    Fascinating story -The Mysterious Flying Woman of Narragansett Beach. I wonder if those who saw this reported any other displacement of nearby objects. Did the woman’s chair also fly up? How about any other objects, were they disturbed at all? Or was she just bodily extracted from the area in which she was sitting? If that’s the case, then we have something other than natural phenomena occurring at the beach.

    (And after JAWS I thought staying out of the water would be safe!)

  2. Good to have you back,
    Good to have you back, Whitley : )

  3. Poor Paw Pussy Cats. How DARE
    Poor Paw Pussy Cats. How DARE THEM!! Gutless Bastards!

  4. Linda “interviews an area
    Linda “interviews an area attorney who is concerned about the [cat mutilation] problem, and attempting to get some sort of a straight answer from authorities about why these cruel attacks keep happening.” With disclosure, our authorities and media will defend themselves by saying, “We didn’t lie; we just didn’t say anything.” But there is such a thing as a sin of omission. The woman lifted off her beach chair was (thank God) not seriously injured. Perhaps through the courts she will demand an answer from government, and that would be very courageous of her, but one doubts if any credible answer will be forthcoming.

  5. Was she a smoker?
    Was she a smoker?

  6. Hopefully we are not
    Hopefully we are not dependent on this other paradigm or dimension(s) either, (I think we can do just fine without it (them). As sinister as it seems I wonder if much of modern technology actually flows from them but at a cost. This episode has me thinking more on this stuff.

  7. One of the strangest things
    One of the strangest things that ever happened to me occurred back in the mid-70’s. I found only the lower half of one kitten out of a litter of 4 under my bed one morning. It was the largest, healthiest one in the litter. I tried to rationalize it at the time that maybe the mother cat had killed the kitten. However, the kitten appeared to be cut neatly in half, no ragged edges, and absolutely no blood anywhere in the whole apartment. This kitten was perfectly fine before I went to bed the night before. This little incident has haunted me for years, and I have often wondered what else may have gone on that night that escaped my notice, or that I do not remember. I lived alone at that time, and my doors and windows were locked all night long.

  8. Linda’s reading from the book
    Linda’s reading from the book on the subject of the Meues.

    “You humans live only in the time and dimension that your limited knowledge affords you…. (we exist) Everywhere in the universe or any void* in between. We are from a different dimension, a different plane of existence. We have no boundaries or limits as you have. We are an anti-log* of everything you see visually.

    The key words here are “void” and “anti-log”.

    void: adjective

    1. Law. having no legal force or effect; not legally binding or enforceable.
    2. useless; ineffectual; vain.
    3. devoid; destitute (usually followed by of):
    a life void of meaning.
    4. without contents; empty.
    5. without an incumbent, as an office.
    6. Mathematics. (of a set) empty.
    7. (in cards) having no cards in a suit.
    8. an empty space; emptiness:
    He disappeared into the void.
    9. something experienced as a loss or privation:
    His death left a great void in her life.
    10. a gap or opening, as in a wall.
    11. a vacancy; vacuum.
    12. Typography. counter3(def 10).
    13. (in cards) lack of cards in a suit:
    a void in clubs.
    verb (used with object)
    14. to make ineffectual; invalidate; nullify:
    to void a check.
    15. to empty; discharge; evacuate:
    to void excrement.
    16. to clear or empty (often followed by of):
    to void a chamber of occupants.
    17. Archaic. to depart from; vacate.
    verb (used without object)

    1. a prefix meaning “against,” “opposite of,” “antiparticle of,” used in the formation of compound words ( anticline); used freely in combination with elements of any origin ( antibody; antifreeze; antiknock; antilepton).

    Douglas Soaring Eagle

  9. good god cosmic librarian,
    good god cosmic librarian, that pretty much equaled if not trumped all of these other stories
    Thanks for sharing !

  10. Latest explanation of the
    Latest explanation of the beach explosion in RI was that old copper cable in the sand decomposed with salt water to release H2 gas, which exploded. I have seen this in the lab but enough to lift a person into the air? A stretch looking for an explanation IMHO.

  11. What is it in a cat or its
    What is it in a cat or its DNA that they could want? Why not dogs? Is the fluids life giving? Is it DNA extraction? Food? Why the back half of a cat? bowels? liver?
    Laser? Is the cat hair burnt?

    Odd… We have cows….cats…and homeless humans.. ( Nye Incidents)


  12. So somebody or something just
    So somebody or something just feed off of the life on this planet. Whether it be animal or us we are just food in some form to something. And there isn’t a damned thing we can do to stop it much less understand it. This must be some sort of farm or zoo on this planet. Why don’t these more intelligent interdimensional beings repair the damage we’ve caused? Or maybe they just feed off of our chaos, strife, and violence?

  13. A few weeks ago I sent this
    A few weeks ago I sent this message (below) to Linda Moulton-Howe regarding the mutilated cats and other animals. It may also explain why I found my own ‘half-cat’ under my bed all of those years ago. That being said, my current cat is not allowed outdoors, for various reasons.

    “Just my take on the continuing, disturbing animal mutilation problem: There is absolutely no reason in the world why these animals should be returned in the state they are in if it was only about taking tissue samples, experimental purposes, and genetic studies.These animals could just as easily be taken and just disappear, with no one the wiser. Cats can and do disappear often. I know, because I have had cats my whole life, and they tend to wander and hide in spots where they may get trapped or harmed, or hit by cars, which is why the cat I have now is an indoor cat. Likewise, cattle are stolen and wander off, as do horses and other livestock.

    No, I feel there is something beyond sinister with all of these cases where the animals are found by their owners. This is some kind of terrorism, and someone or something is feeding off the emotions and drama generated when these owners find their pets and livestock mutilated. This is psychopathic behavior, and while there may be some ‘legitimate’ experimentation going on, I feel that there are rogue elements in involved getting their jollies off of human pain and suffering, much like human serial killers. These beings (whatever, whoever) get a twofer: They possibly torture the animal, then they observe the human reaction and tap into the feelings generated by the humans making the discovery, so they experience pain and suffering twice, and I feel that they enjoy it. I just don’t know how else to say it. ”

    1. Cosmic, I am hoping you are
      Cosmic, I am hoping you are wrong but I think your insight into this probably hits the nail on the head. Bless be all animals of earth (esp. cats) as I love cats.

  14. I finally was able to resub
    I finally was able to resub — it just did not work on my mobile device.

    But now I can’t seem to access the second half of this show.

    Can anyone help?

  15. OH wait I see that now it’s
    OH wait I see that now it’s combined into the same file for those logged in and I was finally able to find it on my cell phone.

  16. I recently read the book “UFO
    I recently read the book “UFO Highway” because Linda had recommended it. It seems to offer answers to the questions raised in the this podcast. I am curious what Whitley and others here think of the book.

  17. In the last few days, a very
    In the last few days, a very large cat named Cecil was dropped off dead at the front door of the consciousness of the world. While not as gruesome as the half-cats Linda has investigated, a U.S.citizen paid $55,000 just for the privilege of killing this beautiful animal. He shot Cecil with a bow and arrow. The big cat suffered for at least 10 hours before the American dentist put Cecil out of his misery with a gun shot. This dentist claims that he did not know that the lion had been poached by his ‘guides.’ Of course, whether or not Cecil was poached is really not the issue is it?

    I do not have a particular issue with hunting, but the intent. Hunting for ‘sport’ is just another way saying hunting for ‘fun’. When Native Americans hunted buffalo, nothing went to waste. The buffalo was also held sacred and the people were grateful for the abundance it brought into their lives. Many indigenous cultures have seen the sacred in the animals that that they used for food, clothing, shelter, etc.

    I’m pretty sure that the man that killed Cecil did not see the lion as sacred, but as a trophy. I have to ask: Is what an American dentist did to Cecil any less horrific than what was done to cats mutilated and left on front lawns? Was this act any less evil in the grand scheme of things? In those moments when the American shot the lion, how did he feel? Did he get a ‘rush’ of enjoyment or pleasure in killing a lion? He’s killed lions before, so it was not a new experience. He’s killed other big cats as well, so obviously he is getting some personal gratification that drives him to do it over and over again.

    Here’s the good news: A big, old lion named Cecil inspired love. His life has made a difference and had meaning. He helped millions around the world to recognize a certain kind of evil and take action. We won’t know for a while how profound this might be, or if it is just another blip on the radar of life. But some little thing has changed in many of us.

    The things that happen to us are often those thoughts, deeds, and actions reflected back on us in unexpected ways. Maybe if enough of us would change our perceptions and regard for living things, the mutilated cat on the front lawn would become a thing of the past.

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