Monday, September 16, 2013

NSA/Cryptozoology: The Frog Mystery (audio)

Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval, Wisdom Quarterly; Dr. Karl P.N. Shuker (, radio host George Knapp (, 9-15-13); DisclosureChannelTV2
The NSA and us, crocodile and the frog, South Africa (

Frog meditation (
In another as yet unexplained miracle on the planet, there are frequent occasions when living frogs are found living completely encased in rock. How this happens, why this should happen, how they survive, or what they eat are all mysterious. Nevertheless, it happens. And now that it is "1984," we are being illegally spied on by the NSA.

NSA - rogue power in surveillance state
NSA: farming out our national "security" to private corporations like Booz-Allen
The National Security Agency is out of control spying on law abiding citizens, breaking encryption codes, making credit card transactions transparent to the NSA as well as thieves (who perpetrate fraud in the billions every year) while never allowing protective steps to become so good that they keep the information secret as promised and intended...

NSA headquarters - a building full of cubicles
(C2C) Charles R. Smith, author of Deception, is a specialist in cyber warfare and technology. He talked with George Knapp last night about shocking NSA revelations and their affect on American society and the tech industry worldwide.
"There's panic in the halls of Fort Meade at the moment," as the NSA "would prefer to operate in the darkness...away from the light of the public," Smith declared.
The NSA is on damage control with the corporate mainstream press, their political allies in both parties, and they are putting out disinformation about their capabilities to muddle the issue, Smith reveals. Originally established as a secret military agency by the Truman administration, the NSA was all about foreign espionage during the Cold War. Now that has been turned on civilian citizens.
Today the NSA is a "bureaucratic behemoth, almost like a dinosaur, or Godzilla that has no brain," he comments, "and it will just continue to lumber on." We need to pull in the reins and dispose of the entire mission of the NSA, which has taken on illegal projects. Years ago the NSA tried to get legislative approval to install a "back door [spying] chip" on all tech equipment, Smith recounts.
But when that failed in Congress, the NSA instead covertly managed to spread a wide variety of back doors (secret access points that bypass protective measures) in both software and hardware, including intentional flaws in encryption that can be exploited throughout the tech industry by foreign governments (like China using Windows 8 to spy as easily as if they were the NSA), according to documents released by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. More
Toads in the Hole
Mark Pilkington (The Guardian, 1-19-05)
Toad, frog, amphibians (
Among the wonders on display at London's 1862 Great Exhibition was a lump of coal dug from a seam 300ft below Newport, Monmouthshire. With it was a frog that miners claimed to have found alive, encased in a lump of coal presumably millions of years old.

Their claim enraged the naturalist Frank Buckland, who demanded in the Times that the frog be removed from display. As a result, Professor Richard Owen, then superintendent of the British Museum's natural history department, received so many specimens of toads and frogs found in rocks that he appointed his wife to deal with them.

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Written records of animals, predominantly amphibians, found encased in solid rock date back to at least the 16th century. The usual story is that workmen digging in a quarry or mine find the creatures inhabiting a cavity roughly their own size. Whether they fell down a crack which was then sealed over, were dropped, flowed or blown there as frogspawn, as was once thought, or even placed into the cracks by humans is anyone's guess.
Of course, in some cases, their discoverers may have made a leap of judgment on finding the creatures hopping around as they struck a particular stone. More recent reports describe creatures living in concrete. More
Zoology 2013 and Beyond
Mirabilis: A Carnival of Cryptozoology
Zoologist, media consultant, and non-fiction science writer Dr. Karl Shuker knows the bizarre. There are anomalous creatures of every conceivable kind (and many more inconceivable ones). He explores them in his mirabilis book Mirabilis.
The menagerie is composed of what science calls "cryptozoological" specimens. For the time being, they are "mysteries." Until science finds them, it does not matter who else does. Many creatures are known to ethnic populations long before a Western trained, usually "white male" scientist certifies their existence to the Western world. Why believe the "barbarians"?

One such creature, which Shuker dubbed Trunko, was reportedly a huge tusked animal that had elements of both an elephant and a bear. However, its habitat was curious: It was said to battle whales off the coast of South Africa in the 1920s. Shuker later determined that Trunko was actually a misidentified "globster," when a gelatinous sack of it washed ashore -- a dead whale with connective tissue that looked like long white hair.

The mysteries and myths of the forest
Some ancient mythological creatures, such as the Kraken, are described as tentacled sea monsters, some as large as an island (in Buddhism referred to as nagas, or enormous sea serpents). These were likely based on the giant squid, which was not discovered by scientists until the 1800s. It is no surprise that science is so late to the game; it did not find the megamouth shark until the 1970s when one was unintentionally caught using an anchor as a hook.

Shuker knows of a mysterious mammal called the Sukotyro, which was described as having huge tusks emerging from near its eyes. He noted a similarity to a wild pig called the babirusas known to live on Java. For some strange as yet unexplained reason many creatures have a Sumatra/Indonesia connection, whether they be Komodo dragons, Asian bigfoot (or Wild Man of the Forest, a long sought after and often spotted bipedal primate), or something connected to the epicenter of massive quakes and tsunamis as secret-science tinkers with time travel attempts and other anomalous manipulations as were once common in Montauk, New York, until those efforts nearly killed the researchers.

In search of the lost frog of Colombia (Lucy Cooke/
Shuker also speaks of enormous turtles, frogs living encased in solid rock, gigantic spiders (the size of monkeys), as well as the North American Bigfoot, Asian Yeti (Abominable Snowman of Tibetan Buddhist lore), and Thunderbirds of the Southwest United States (which Shuker classifies into two kinds -- eagle-type birds and others said to resemble presumably extinct pterodactyls). The coelocanth, the jungle men, shapeshifters, and so on.

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