Monday, May 25, 2015

Debunkers Debunked... and Gill tiptoed to the edge...

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Late morning mews, sparkly-eyed Kitkats... bring on the rains... wow, it's been years since there was a more or less steady rain all day... well, the for the last couple of days, a lot more rain fell than there was any stoppage... when this Big Cat was growing up and into the 90s, this all-day rain happened regularly... besides, the year of flooding around the tame prairie area, no, these days have been rare... the Kougaress can only recall one entire rainy day last year... however, there were downpours... so, the other day when the Kougaress ventured outside to trek down to her mailbox, she startled a small herd of deer in her pasture... she mostly heard them, and saw their white tails.

Hope you are enjoying the Memorial day long weekend, darling kittens.
Blessed be the freedom fighters, those who truly fought for the right reasons. And may you and yours live in real freedom. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

Yes, the Kougar has gotten some done on Keina and Drev's erotic love story. Yay!


by Solara 
Gill tiptoed to the edge of the tent.  He stopped, glancing back over his shoulder.  Louie lay on his back snoring louder with each breath.  Vernon lay curled up in wolf form on top of his sleeping bag.  Back in the last corner, Phil lay burrowed somewhere inside his sleeping bag.  Camping and the great outdoors. . .enough to make a squirrel. . .



Green Jellyfish UFO Seen Over the Netherlands
A nature lover taking photographs of clouds during a storm in the province of Groningen in the Netherlands noticed a flash while taking a picture. He knew it wasn’t the flash of his camera so assumed it was lightning. When he developed the shot, the flash appeared as a green jellyfish UFO.
Harry Clipperton blogs nature photos and that’s what he was planning to do with the storm shots he took while walking on May 19th in the town of in Onlanden. Instead, he posted it as a UFO sighting and it was picked up by a local news site and distributed around the Internet. While some describe it as a flying saucer, the green tail make it look more like a jellyfish UFO.


What Is Causing The Strange Trumpet Sounds In The Sky All Over The World?
Michael Snyder | All over the globe, people are recording extremely loud sounds coming from the sky.


Inside the Obsessive World of Artisanal Cocktail Ice
Sunday, May 24, 2015
With designer drinks becoming increasingly elaborate, the desire increases for equally unique ice. — Wired


'Crazy Craters' Found in Swiss Lake
Friday, May 22, 2015
Four giant craters were found by accident in the muddy floor of one of Switzerland's largest lakes. — LiveScience


The octopus can see with its skin
Friday, May 22, 2015
Octopus skin contains a light-sensitive pigment found in eyes, suggesting that these clever cephalopods can “see” without using their eyes. — The Guardian


Iris scanners can now identify us from 40 feet away
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Latest advancement in iris scan technology further increases the surveillance abilities of Big Brother. — Phys.Org

Debunkers Debunked: Jaime Maussan Proves His Alien Case

"The Most Astonishing Dreamland I have Ever Done"--Whitley Strieber
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Dreamland is being presented from Wednesday, May 20 this week instead of starting on Friday. The reason is that this show not only makes it clear that the Roswell slides, far from being fakes or images of the mummy of a child, do indeed depict a body with extremely unusual anatomical features that are not the result of deformity and are not human. Jaime Maussan now has medical professionals from Mexico, the US and Canada bearing witness to this. Incredibly, Linda Moulton Howe, in attempting to determine whether or not the body depicted in the slides was actually located, as some researchers have claimed, in the now closed White's City Museum in New Mexico, has discovered a clear photograph of what appears to be a completely different nonhuman body.

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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