Sunday, January 22, 2023

Salvador Freixedo: UFOs and Mutilations


 Salvador Freixedo: UFOs and Mutilations

Allow me to quote from an unpublished book of mine, entitled Sesenta casos de ovnis ("Sixty UFO Cases") which has never been published thanks to the carelessness of a certain publisher. The reader will bear in mind that when I wrote what I am transcribing below, I had not yet come to the conclusions that I would reach years later as a result of my intense research into the UFO phenomenon in its entirety:

I have no doubt that some sort of so-called «extraterrestrials» are the cause of the thousands of deaths and disappearances of all manner of domestic and wild animals. I am unsure as to why they do it, but I am sure that they are the butchers.
Some will wonder how I can be so sure  about wild animals being slain by Ufonauts, and they have every right to wonder.
The dead coyote in a field outside the Mexican city of Querétaro didn't tell me, to be sure. But there exist many reasons that lead me to this conclusion.

Querétaro, some 200 kilometers northeast of Mexico City, is a place where strange things have occurred, both in the past and in our own times, related in some degree to UFOs. One day in 1975, a young man from a humble background told me how, two months before, at night, he had witnessed a UFO flying very slowly and at low altitude over his house (at the outskirts of town). Excited by what he had seen, he ran after the UFO, following its trajectory into a deep gully outside the city, not far from his home. When he reached the gully's edge, he saw a large lens- shaped object on the ground, emitting a fantastic white light. Fearful at the sight, he crouched amid some shrubs. From his hiding place he was able to see several "midgets" with flashlight-like objects in their hands. These flashlights emitted thin, concentrated beams of light and the "midgets" were having a good time hacking down plants with them, enthusiastically cutting one after the other.

After a while, my friend, who had remained concealed and motionless behind the shrubs, saw the object change colors and moments later, begin to ascend very slowly, balancing itself repeatedly some five meters over the ground until it shot off heavenward. During its balancing motions, it struck a large cactus and toppled it.

Months later, when I accompanied the young man to the site, I asked him to show me where the cactus had been felled. We headed in that direction, and sure enough, there lay a large, half-desiccated cactus. In spite of the time that had gone by, we were able to see without any difficulty the large rounded imprints of more than one landing on the gully floor. Later on, at his home, the young man gave me fused rocks that he had collected from the landing marks while they were still hot; he had placed them in a jar, and after a while, the inside of the jar had been covered in a yellowish dust that resembled sulfur.

All these details are more or less common to many other UFO landings, but what was new to me here was the half-desiccated coyote I discovered not far from one of the landing sites. What attracted my curiosity were certain strange characteristics that could be made out along the animal's carcass. Strangest of all was the fact that the entire body had been wrung, much like a rag is wrung to extract water from it. In spite of this, its bones were unbroken.

It was also interesting to see that no ants or any insects whatsoever could be found beneath or around the carcass, while there was a good amount of the animal's flesh still stuck to the bones. It had dried up in an unusual manner, without rotting and disintegrating as is usual with animals that have died in the field.

Confirming my suspicions about the cause of the coyote's death, my friend said that at another site on the mountain there was the skeleton of a “tlacuache" (a  variety  of  opossum)  that  betrayed  the  same characteristics and which, curiously, was in the vicinity of the landing marks of another UFO landing site.

As far as the death of domestic animals by Ufonauts is concerned, we had many cases in 1974-75 which were investigated by me and by many others interested in these matters.

During the month of September 1974, there was a true UFO flap in progress over the entire island, but especially in the southwestern and western regions. One morning, I heard on the radio that some animals had been found mysteriously dead in a small farm. If I remember correctly, they were two pigs, two geese, one or two calves and several goats. I got in my car and drove there immediately, discovering that the animals featured the customary wounds, and there was something else that had astounded their hapless owner: there was not a single trace of blood in any of them in spite of their wounds, which were quite deep, and that the two dead geese were white as snow, so any trace of blood would have been evident immediately.

Over the course of the following days, the newspapers continued to report on more dead animals in the same area. I went to the countryside on several occasions to investigate the facts and discovered that the farmers were as intrigued by the deaths of their livestock as they were by the lights that could be seen at night in the sky. Some of them told me that they looked like the revolving "gumball" lights that patrol cars have on their roofs.

On one of my journeys I was able to see a black and white cow lying in the middle of a field. I got out of the car and headed toward her, although getting there was far from easy. The cow had the typical wounds on her head and neck; the skin on one side of her head had been removed as if with a scalpel; the outside of one of her nasal passages was missing but there was no tearing whatsoever. Despite the fact that part of the head was white, there wasn't a drop of blood to be found anywhere. The peasant who had accompanied me could not begin to think what could have killed that cow. He began to tell me how that very same night he had
heard the dogs barking furiously, and a blind old woman who lived on the edge of that field told me that the cattle--which are usually left outdoors at night--had been running in a crazed state from one end of the field to another

It is worth noting that there were many other strange phenomena taking place in Puerto Rico at that time, such as the appearance of large unknown animals, mysterious explosions, apparitions of Virgins and saints in different towns, religious images that either wept or bled, bizarre human disappearances, etc. In my opinion, all these apparently unrelated things are very much related--in fact, even more than merely related, they can be said to proceed from the same source.

Thus concludes the lengthy quote from my unpublished manuscript.

I'm not sure if the reader has realized, in reading the earlier biblical quotes, that there are organs like the heart, the lungs, the stomach, the intestines, or members like the head and the legs, which are hardly ever mentioned at all (bear in mind that I have only included a sampling of the texts devoted to this subject), and when they are mentioned, it is often ordered that they be "burnt outside the encampment." However, the kidneys and the lining of the liver and the kidneys are constantly mentioned without any exceptions in the texts, and the same can be said for fat or gristle and above all, blood: "Eat neither the blood nor the fat, for they are of the LORD."

As a curious anecdote, we will have to point out that there have been UFO cases in which, apart from taking the blood, which they never fail to do, they have taken precisely these very same entrails which are so emphasized in Leviticus. One of these cases, which I have mentioned elsewhere, is that of a Bolivian peasant woman, back in the 1950s. While approaching her fold of sheep on a remote mountain pasture, she saw with amazement how a short being with a sort of box on its back was killing her sheep one by one, extracting part of their kidneys through a small incision and placing them into a sort of plastic bag. Frightened by the sight, but ready to defend what was hers, the woman began pelting the strange visitor with stones. Caught in the act, the being ceased its task immediately and began to move upward, apparently impelled by a jet that extended downward from the box on its back.

While it is true that a few cases cannot prove anything, there is nevertheless no doubt that Ufonauts, much like the gods of antiquity, have a strange predilection for animal entrails, and more importantly, cannot disguise their interest in the blood of both animals and humans. John Keel mentions a case in which a bloodmobile in Ohio was repeatedly assaulted by a UFO which was trying to lift it into the air by means of large, pincer-like appendages. Amid the hysterical cries of a terrified nurse, the driver evaded it as best he could until the presence of other vehicles along the road caused the UFO to cease and desist.

As a summary to all of this I will say that in ages past, it would seem that both Yahweh and the rest of the Elohim managed to convince those primitive tribes to offer them animal sacrifices. In our own times, faced with the impossibility of telling civilized societies to continue to offer them sacrifices (out of which they probably obtained some sort of benefit), it would appear that they are handling the sacrifices themselves, finding the victims in farms on their own and taking, as they did in days of yore, certain entrails and blood, out of which they apparently extract some vital substance, some pleasant drug and some energy which they need to maintain the physical form that they adopt to speak to us or to materialize in our dimension.

[Translation (c) 1996, 2023 S. Corrales, IHU/Inexplicata. This material appeared in the monograph "Nemesis-The Chupacabras at Large" released by Arcturus Books]