|The UneXplianed Podcast #545 - |
Jacques Vallee And Paola Harris
I took the box upstairs to unpack the mattress, and then found something bizarrely interesting when I came back downstairs with the empty boxes to cut up and bin.
|My new Freemason bed-frame?-)|
|It's amazing what can be squeezed into a box.|
|My new king-single mattress:-)|
I couldn't let the little insect stay inside and eventually starve or dehydrate to death, so I dropped the boxes for my mattress and bed-frame and tried to catch the little creature to take it outside.
I tried to pick the little insect up with my hands a few times, but every-time I tried to it would jump away, so I decided to grab a clear plastic container and a piece of paper to slip under the container to hold the insect long enough to place it outside on the grass.
|I couldn't believe the way this little creature was looking at me|
|You looking at me, you lookin' at me?-)|
It reminded me of a little praying mantis I had encountered years ago, which I photographed and wrote this post about -
When The Impossible Happens ... to MeThe funny thing was that I had been sorting through some old DVDs I had bought over the years because I still had the de-cluttering bug and had planned on watching one once I had assembled my new bed.
It was called 'Microcosmos' and I had bought it years ago after having won a double pass to see it at the cinema when it came out.
Oddly enough, my father came to the cinema to see it with me, which was rare, and it turned out to be the last movie we would ever watch at the cinema together.
French insect movie that an advert for a TV show called 'Resident Alien' would play before it:-)
That night around 8 pm I'm reading a rather disturbing news story about the Chinese threatening Australia with a future missile attack if we are not careful, and as I'm pondering just how much hot air this news story is, a large explosion goes off just outside my home scaring the s#it out of me.
But no, it wasn't Chinese missiles, but most likely Chinese fireworks, which I had been warned about in the flyer I used to capture my insect friend that afternoon, but had forgotten about ... until 8 pm Friday night:-)
Then on Monday night I listen to the latest 'The Unexplained' podcast featuring Jacques Vallee and Paola Harris talking about insect looking alien creatures supposedly captured around the Trinity A-bomb site, and Jacques even mentions crickets in that podcast:-)The Unexplained Podcast: Edition 500 - Jacques Vallee?
|My new bed-frame and mattress:-)|
I just hope that the bed bugs don't bite ... or anal probe me in the future:-)THE PHENOMENON?