Thursday, 8 January 2009

Return of the Elder Gods? VII

'An investigation was underway today into how a wind turbine had a 65ft-long blade torn off - after locals claimed UFOs were behind it.

Baffled residents of Conisholme, Lincolnshire, had reported strange ‘flashing orangey-yellow spheres’ striking the generator the evening before the mystery incident.

Then, at 4am, locals heard a ‘massive bang’ and reported lights in the vicinity of the noise.

By dawn the 290ft-tall turbine was a wreck, with one of its three blades twisted while another was missing. It was later found on the ground nearby.

There were no reports of low-flying aircraft in the area at the time of the incident on Sunday morning.

The RAF, which bases its Red Arrows at nearby Scampton, said they did not have any flights at the weekend.

Ecotricity, the company that owns the windfarm, admitted: ‘We don’t know what caused the problem. We are investigating.

'This kind of thing has never happened to us before.'

The damage was described by the Health and Safety Executive as a 'unique incident'.

But many locals are now pointing the blame at the ‘Octopus UFO’ – so named because of the tentacles and how the lights appeared joined in formation.


'THE mystery of the 'tentacle UFO' seen before the wind turbine at Conisholme was damaged has deepened.

Now Coun Robert Palmer, Chairman of East Lindsey District Council, has stepped forward to say he too saw a strange light in the sky the night before the turbine blade fell off.

He was travelling in a car and saw a light in the sky above the Conisholme wind farm.

He said: "There was definitely something there."

... 'John Harrison, another witness, described how he looked out of his landing window and saw a 'massive ball of light with tentacles going right down to the ground' over the wind farm.

He told The Sun: 'It was huge. With the tentacles it looked just like an octopus.'



Anadæ said...

Too resonant with the resounding couplet penned by the New England Gent himself, so many decades ago, "That is not dead which can eternal lie/And with strange aeons even death may die." In this case, again, his use of the word "aeons" being an insider's reference to the participants in certain occult lodges, not a measure of time.

Funnily enough, Ben, I'd first seen this YESTERDAY on the official site of the overnight radio talk show, Coast to Coast AM, with its tendrils in markets all over the globe, after having let my patronage slip since relocating to the state named for the Virgin Queen.

Recall US Admiral Trevor James Constable's tome originally published by Merlin Press, another synchro wink, "The Cosmic Pulse of Life: The Revolutionary Biological Power Behind UFOs", written so long ago. It's surprising it doesn't get quoted in more ufological circles, it underscoring how at least a percentage if not a majority of UFOs are upper atmosphere dwelling aeroplasts of varying shapes & sizes.

Using infrared film, Constable documented how such 'critters' were drawn to his use of a Reichian 'Cloudbuster', utilisation of which he applies for weather engineering to this day.

The shape of what was reported in the current Conisholme case, though, is laughingly similar to the faux gemstone motif of a book mark I'd given to my mum on her birthday. It's still available stateside from a stationery chain named Papyrus, sans one less appendage as reported.

One last thing before bailing, though. Years past, I'd witnessed in amazed silence a lone tendril, wafting across the sky, near my former residence in Underhill's Crossing, midday. It slinked across the sky in a fashion akin to how an earthworm conveys itself across topsoil, spanning miles before it assumed the very contours of a Chinese dragon, replete with cartoony eyes, sinewy wisker appendages protruding from its snout, and a rotating heart chakra.

This took only scant minutes before its form dissolved into a horizontal line, then finally two 'puffs' at either end.

So much for presentday unexplained aerial phenomena. Could not the vortices created by the revolution of these wind turbines have drawn the sky-dweller for a snack?

Let us see what we can see ~ Anadæ ( :-)}

Christopher Knowles said...

Lovecraft, thou art revenged!