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  1. Ida G

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    A lady who was abducted told the alien touched her. The skin did not seem to be organic at all. More like metal. Could the greys be robots like some scientist think?

     
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    I can't see a robot species as anything other than a creation by the organic. Reptiles are cold to the touch and there are people who claim to have seen reptilians and as having evil intent and shape shifting. If anything metallic comes first then I would say they were scouts, just like we will and do use.
     
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  3. Ida G

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    Very good reply! On Sunday ( Yesterday ) I was supposed to be interviewed about UFO. I know very little and really did not want to because other have greater knowledge than me. But they liked personal experiences and therefore it was ok. The coronavirus stopped it all since we are asked not to travel anywhere inside Norway unless it is very important.

    Since the reason for my alien contact is healing, I tried to read more about the kinder perspective of aliens and was very amused to read that most of the abductee people have positive experiences. Somewhere in the book " Beyond UFOs " the writer told that most of what we are told from media is a very negative and less truthful perspective of the alien experiences. And I agree. I am not sure if I believe too much about all those stories on the internet about reptilians. Of course they could have experienced them but we are very good at judging before we know who they really are.

    Reptilian looking aliens is very practically when travelling through space. No hair that could risk giving dust to put on fire on board the spaceship. Very strong body shield against much dangerous things out there. There would be greater probability they look like reptilians. This does not make them cruel. But it could seem cruel to us because we think reptilians are scary looking and such. This might also be one of the reasons why they shapeshift- not to scare us.
     
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    Glad you liked it, yes I have been out and about but feel as if I should not be indoors.

    I've heard a lot about cruel greys and shifty reptilians. The last one I would like to meet would be a reptilian and then a grey so maybe I was lucky or I'm totally out there altogether. Who knows but it's nice to think you do. Attention to detail there, no hair for health and safety while on board the ship is a good one.
     
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  5. Ida G

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    Very healthy to be outdoor. Too much isolation is unhealthy for the body. I walk out to feed the birds with peanuts and seeds in fat. Very funny cause it is a throng of crows flying like pets by my side and around me. Happy it is crows cause Ravens are without empathy when taking their preys.
    They are very weather dependent when they fly with me. Sometimes they just ignore me and the pigeons and sparrows live a blossom life of food.

    I watched this today They talk about the fish people- almost reptilian. Amphibian are almost equally to reptilians. Educating movie. Could there be a misunderstanding between amphibian looking and reptilian look aliens?
     
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    I have pigeons who come to see me every day here and have reared a collard dove and she stayed with me for a year until I let her go. She stayed around for another three years and then went. I thought she had passed on but she showed up the other day and came forward as bold as ever. She had a new mate waiting for her near by, the old mate she had became used to me as she is and he is with another now but he too comes every now and again. They started having a go at each other when they were together. I thought it a sign that they were aging and cranky but she now has a super white stallion looking partner

    I don't think I have seen that one.

    I will take a look at that
     
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  7. Ida G

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    You are melting my heart with that story ae1;
    I just moved here and are not familiar with all the birds here yet. But I have a picture of a really tame crow from where I lived before. And some sparrows was eating from hand long time ago. very sweet! :Bug Eyes Alien Believe those who live here might do the same with patient and trust.
    Today there were only two pigeon. A couple. The male was showing his wealth for his girlfriend. Really lucky for them I came with food. Then they could both " Dance " and eat by the lake. Sweet birds!
     
  8. Ida G

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    Just a child crow! "I usually feed with nuts and grains. Not bread. But I do not look upon bread as too dangerous like some do. Depending on the species and the quality and salt of the bread "
     

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  9. Ida G

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    And this is magpies teasing a cat b0014
     

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    Something very special about magpies, they are super clever and are aware of themselves like no other bird. One unzipped my golf bag pocket and stole my pastry, sat in a tree and chucked it down while I laughed. Crows and magpies used to spot us and follow us round. Had some wild life experiences on the course over the years but none tops releasing half a dozen foxes all trapped over night, I went to walk the course before playing really early and I spotted one then another and so on. I made absolutely sure there were no more as best I could and dragged the traps out in to the rough and closed them all. Seeing them run so fast was the best and a couple I had to jiggle with a club to get them going.

    Big lesson learned by all I hope.
     
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  11. Ida G

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    Ok! I watched a superhero top ten on youtube after a friend of mine told a story some minutes ago. I believe now you both need to be on that list!
    What about a foxy superhero outfit?


    "Uniquely human" component of language found in gregarious birds The magpie might be clever like a parrot with its white and oily colored feathers, but are they good at grammar like The European Starling ?
     
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    We get starlings all of a sudden and all very hard to get near or so it seems then poof they go. Big travellers and orderly.

    Only the European magpie can self identify and none of the other sorts which means something but I don't know what or why. Have been working at a Parrot sanctuary a few weeks back and sad to see them as all unwanted and old but they were among their own which I liked.

    Any one with a heart would have set them free I think but I must say it did make me feel something never felt before. A good feeling what ever it is called and one not available often, didn't even think about it but my mate did, as I went to open the first one, he said hang on i'm a bit worried it might turn on us, lol was my response, they never looked back.
     
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    You both need foxy superhero outfit!

    I do not know magpie. They write they are intelligent. The Kea parrot is intelligent too. Are they kind? Like the raven picking the eyes out of living lambs.
    The Pigeon on the other hand is good at math and the Starling is good at grammar.
    Pigeons Are Brilliant in Math

    I see potential teachers in the pigeon and the starling. The starling might even make me better at English grammar! Just have to get a nice starling friend first.
     
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  14. Ida G

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    I made this sketch of Foxy superhero outfit. Very simple. The glasses are magical. And only works for Foxy superheroes like you.
     

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    I did not really like the superhero outfit. Therefore i sat and sketches today. Not reaally finished cause there is many dirty strokes around. At least better superhero hat than the first. And the tail is gone.
    Need fresh air!
    Thank you for freeing foxes.

     

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    Quite the sketcher Ida, impressive.

    Your English grammer is better than some English people I know and their Norwegien is none existent, mine too.

    I'm no hero, quite the opposite but thanks anyway. Your sketching skills will help you through isolation and keep your mind occupied.
     
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  17. Ida G

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    Thank you :pudently: I am too restless for drawing and painting. All I think of is my face " Is it healing? Is it healing? " And then I get mad and need to do something else. Two nights in a row I dreamt the face is healing. Jippi! :D When I walk outside listening to music I make cartoons in my brain about you rescuing animals. Very very cute. it is also very dramatic. I could try one little cartoon drawing at a time and run and come back.
    In my brain it is more Sandman with really nice, ornament frame and autumn leafs flying around making figures in the air. And for some reason monkeys playing in the trees. Have no ideas why there are monkeys in this forest!

    Going to buy beets today. They help muscle healing and blood circulation to the brain!

    Wish you a pleasant day!
     
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    I saw your face as your avatar Ida and honestly thought what a pretty young lady. You mentioned a palsy I think and for that I hope you recover as one can. Once that is done the world is your oyster in the looks department.

    Your mind runs wild I see, in cartoon form is quite a feat but what you are seeing is not me. I was a spliffed up giggler ambling the fairways before a days play. But I get your drift as it being an awesome happening and massive luck for the foxes that we were out there.
     
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  19. Ida G

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    If I started to draw the story and passion I see - it would be of little romance. The horror is too deep! But I try to focus on the positive - the Foxes was happily free and everything fine :D
    Don't really like the superhero outfit anyway! Never really liked any superheroes for anything but a laugh. It was just a symbol of honour!

    I was visiting some friends today. They could not find a thing they were looking for. I told them " Ok. I will use my psychic powers to see where it is" and I followed the spirits voice and it leaded me up - up.
    My friend went up where he had already looked and found it. Only been in their house twice, and never up stair.
    What we express in cartoon, art and literature is not always what we see. :)

    Thank you for your compliment :) Do not know if you would agree if I smiled to you!
    But I did release some sheep once from the butcher. They ran out in freedom and was not found again!

    To be honestly I have stopped looking up to people because the person I looked up to when 15 and through age was cruel to me. And then I looked up to a really nice lady. She told half my face was ugly. Then I looked up to a philosopher. He told me I had two faces. Therefore I do not look up to you. I am scared you would look down at me like the others! And a superhero is someone to look up to. Therefore I will make you equal in a cartoon. Maybe even something to look down on. And yet not at the same time!
     
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  20. kbarannikova

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    My dear, you are like a symphony of the talents! You should see my trees, ahaha! Will you please us with any more of your work?
     

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