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New evidence supports the existence of Mermaids [PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED]

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Widespread speculation has been raised concerning the existence of mermaids following Animal Planet’s episode of Mermaids: The Body Found, which aired Sunday night.

While the thought-provoking and creepy show concluded with a disclaimer that none of the ideas presented were indeed factual, they succeeded at significantly raising the interest level in mermaids.

I myself found the timing of Mermaids: The Body Found to be very interesting, if not peculiar, considering the year 2012 has long been labeled as the year of “revelation”; this isn’t a reference to a year in which the Earth will be destroyed, but instead the year that the government will finalize their “conditioning” of humans (through movies, television, and radio) and finally reveal that “extra-terrestrial” are living right here amongst us on Earth.

>>> Read more in my satire entitled “2012 by Alexander Demetriii”

While it’s easy to discredit and scoff at the belief of mermaids, or “Merbeings” as they are often referred, here are some interesting points that may make you reconsider your beliefs (or at least have a good laugh):

Merbeings are simply underwater Humanoids, a species that have long been identified by the government but continue to be classified as “extra-terrestrial.” One of the story-lines of Mermaids: The Body Found was that hundreds of aquatic mammals were killed following a sonic weaponry experiment by the US Navy. Surprisingly, numerous Merbeings (some which were still alive) also washed ashore along with hundreds of aquatic mammals. The accompanying video is a reenactment of the original video which was supposedly confiscated by the US Navy. It’s important to note that Merbeings are not at all like Disney’s Ariel or the other beautiful mermaids depicted in Hollywood. In contrast, Merbeings are very much like humans as we know them, except they have noticeably webbed feet and hands and very little, if any hair. Hollywood’s depiction of Mermaids is just a clever distraction to 1) make humans believe Merbeings are attractive and friendly, and 2) to portray Merbeings as fictional cartoons, therefore qualifying anyone who believes in their existence as childish, immature, and easily fooled.

“Another idea holds more promise, but strays outside the normal confines of cryptozoology. According to this idea, merfolk are actually intelligent aliens. This idea is supported by the earliest merfolk legends, which describe semi-aquatic "gods" that came from the stars. If this idea were true, merfolk would be the descendants of these ancient aliens, perhaps ones that had been genetically modified to make them look more human and thus get along better with their human subjects. At some point, the set-up for playing gods collapsed and these remnants were stranded here to live out their lives apart from humans. This would explain why we don't capture mermaids or find bodies, because an intelligent race, unlike animals, would have the ability to prevent such occurrences. Unfortunately, even though this idea makes for an attractive story, it doesn't have much going for it other than some really old legends.” Jamie Hall, NewAnimal.org

“While it may seem hard to believe that ETs are living beneath our oceans, these types of accounts have turned up all over the world. Ocean-going UFOs have been seen in all of the seven seas, reaching back nearly a thousand years and continuing to the present day. With their ability to travel through the oceans and skies with ease, these cases show just how advanced the visitors are. Remember, most of our oceans remain unexplored—at least by humans.” Preston Dennett, MysteryPortals.com

Merbeings interact with dolphins much like humans interact with dogs. Have you ever wondered why dolphins interact so well with humans? The truth behind this interaction is that dolphins often mistake humans for Merbeings, whom they often interact with and protect much like a dog would a human. Interestingly, humans share many more similarities with dolphins and whales than they do with chimpanzees and apes, a fact which makes the existence of underwater humanoids easier to accept.

“Humans have subcutaneous fat that helps warm our bodies (similar to dolphins and whales). We can hold our breath for a long period of time. We don’t have hair over our body like our ancestors or ape cousins and we have partial webbing between our fingers and toes (perhaps to help us swim?). We have an instinctual ability to survive in water.” Emily Sutherlin, NowPublic.com

“The only ocean mammals that have fur are those who get out of the water to spend time on land in cold climates such as seals or otters. It's interesting that human's have most of the hair on their heads, which is the part of the body that is above water while swimming. The aquatic ape theory suggests that humans kept the hair on their heads for protection and to give their offspring something to hang onto while the parent spent time wallowing in the water…. Having no hair on the body makes human skin very sensitive and pleasurable to touch. Lack of body hair, sensitive skin, and sensuality is a common trait humans share with dolphins and other cetaceans… Male apes mount the female only from behind during copulation. The most frequent position during copulating humans is face to face. The only position of copulation for dolphins is face to face. Dolphins, like humans, have sex even when they are not in heat which is unusual in the animal kingdom… There is a fatty layer beneath the skin of all humans that makes us different than all other apes, which have no such fatty layer. The human infant's extra fatty tissue gives them natural buoyancy. This fatty layer is found in dolphins and all ocean dwelling mammals… Although most apes have a fear of water, humans are highly attracted to water and will swim for pleasure. Human infants can swim before they can walk. These traits are uncommon among the apes. Humans are also equipped with a diving reflex. This is not found among apes. When a human dips his face in water, the heart rate immediately slows down. This kind of reflex is found in dolphins, whales and all animals that dive…. It's interesting, too, that Jacques Cousteau - legendary ocean explorer - wrote that the original sin was gravity and that we will only achieve redemption when we return to the water - as cetaceans did long ago.” PaulaPeterson.com

Merbeings will eventually be revealed to humans by the US government… but under what conditions? The existence of Merbeings, along with other extra-terrestrials living amongst us on Earth (air, land, and sea) will eventually be revealed to humans. However, the working and personal relationship between humans and extraterrestrials is still unknown. Is the abundance of recent films such as Avatar, Transformers, and Battleship an attempt by the government to “condition” humans to an upcoming violent, competitive relationship between humans and “extra-terrestrials” [note that warm and fuzzy films like “E.T” are a thing of the past]?

“According to this report, the United States went to its highest alert level on June 10, 2004 after a massive fleet of UFO's "suddenly emerged" from the Southern Ocean and approached Guadalajara, Mexico barely 1,600 kilometers (1,000 miles) from the American border. Prior to reaching the US border, however, this massive UFO fleet is said in this report to have "dimensionally returned" to their Southern Ocean "home base". EUI.com

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What do you think: Do Mermaids exist? Or is this all nonsense?

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