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Strange Discovery Called Proof of Fairies, Demons or Both : A Well Thought Out Scream by James Riordan

At the risk of being labeled a supermarket tabloid, I’m reporting on a very strange discovery in Mexico.  Now, before you judge me. remember that the Tommy Lee Jones character in the first Men in Black referred to the bizarre rumor-based publications as the “hot sheets” emphasizing that many of the stories people wouldn’t believe were actually true.  Well, as far as I know, the supermarket tabloids have not picked up on the fairy/demon story, but it sounds like something they would love.

Fairy3It all began when a 13-year old Mexican boy walking along a highway looked down and saw a dead creature off to the side of the road.  When he looked closer, he was astounded.  Not knowing what to do, he took the creature to a Mexican investigative journalist named Jaime Maussan.   Since that time this creature has been x-rayed, and the x-rays enabled researchers to see that the creature possessed a full skeletal structure. The x-rays even showed that the creature’s left leg had been broken at one point. In addition, DNA testing was done, and the DNA did not match any known animal.  This amazing discovery is featured in L.A. Marzulli’s new documentary entitled “Watchers 10“, and a nine-minute clip featuring analysis of this creature has been posted to YouTube right here. So the big question that we need to ask is this:

What in the world is that thing?

At this point, there appear to be three main theories.

Many are calling the winged creature a fairy. Turns out a lot of people out there believe in fairies. You Tube is chock full of fairy footage videos purporting to show fairies flying around outside at high speed.  Of course, videos are very easily doctored, and there has always been a serious lack of hard evidence  that fairies exist.  As far as that goes, this creature doesn’t exactly fit most people’s concept of a fairy.  It is small and it does have wings, but it certainly does not appear to be benevolent.  The truth is it looks quite gruesome and, well, evil.  It pointy gargoyle-like ears and insect-like body do not conjure up images or Tinkerbelle or ny other good fairy.

Fairy5Which brings us to the second theory – that being that the creature is some sort of alien. UFO blogger Scott C Waring, of ufosightingsdaily.com, was very excited.  He wrote: “Here is an interesting creature that was caught in Mexico and placed in a jar in a museum. It is well known that aliens could be any shape and size, even of tiny insect size with genius IQs.  Intelli- gence has no limits. This discovery in Mexico of this fairy is very human-like in appearance, and does look real.” With all due respect, th alien label is almost instantly applied to any bizarre creature these days.  Paranormal investigators did call for X-rays and DNA tests to be carried out on the strange corpse and many people. who thought the whole thing must be some kind of a hoax, figured the tests would expose it.  With its tiny winged frame and reptilian face, the “dead alien” had all the hallmarks of an elaborate hoax, but some alien investigators believed it could be the real deal.  So they had it X-rayed.

And now it gets creepy.  The X-rays showed a skeletal structure inside.

Fairy6The story is covered in detail as part of L.A. Marzulli’s documentary series The Watchers.  In episode ten of the series,  Brian Foerster, author of several books on lost civilizations, talks about first seeing the unusual winged small humanoid corpse in a specimin jar in an office in Mexico earlier this year.  Mr Foerster wrote: “I saw this very odd animal in an office in Mexico City in January of 2016.  As a trained biologist I had a hard time thinking it was fake.”  In the clip, highlights from the longer documentary, Marzulli is seen investigating the discovery.  He meets with Mexican paranormal journalist Jamie Maussan, who received the corpse from the boy who found it.  Maussan says: “It is a hybrid, and that is something very important, because i believe these are confidential experiments, and why I don’t know. But we have a physical body. We can analyse that physical body and prove that something, an intelligence, is behind these experiments.”

Marzulli is then seen with an unnamed man in a white lab coat with glasses, who viewers would assume was a scientist. He says: “It has wings. We have an X-ray of this creature and we can see the structure of the bones. Mr Marzulli asks him: “So this is not a hoax, because an X-ray would show if it was a puppet or a mould?” The man replies: “No, it is not a hoax. It is not a mould.”

There have been a number of historic claims of alien creatures being found in the past, when mysterious corpses were produced, but further tests have found them to be complete hoaxes, or made using the corpses of various earthly animals literally stitched together.  The fairy-like corpse however, does not fit the “usual” description of aliens reported in the thousands of logged “encounters”.  Marzulli elaborates: “The most common form of “alien” that people encounter is known as “the greys,” but there is only a slight resemblance between this creature and “the greys”. From what people have reported, “greys” don’t have long pointy ears, they don’t have wings, and they don’t have tails. Of course it is always possible that this creature could be another type of “alien” or demonic entity. But I don’t know we could conclusively prove that.”

FairyBuckshotAnd that brings us to the third possibility. L.A. Marzulli and others have pointed out that this winged creature that was discovered in Mexico does seem to have some similarities to the “locusts” that are described in Revelation chapter 9. The following is what Revelation 9:7-11 says in the Modern English Version

The shape of the locusts was like horses prepared for battle. On their heads were something like crowns of gold, and their faces were like faces of men. They had hair like the hair of women, and their teeth were like the teeth of lions. They had breastplates like breastplates of iron, and the sound of their wings was like the sound of chariots with many horses running to battle. They had tails like scorpions and stings in their tails. Their power was to hurt men for five months. They had as king over them the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek his name is Apollyon.

Does this creature have a face like a man?  “I think that you could say that.” Marzulli continued.  “I don’t see any hair, but it is always possible that it could have had hair at one time. I do see some frightening looking teeth, and it definitely has very prominent wings.”

Fairy2The detail that is most intriguing though is the stinger at the end of the tail. On Marzulli’s website, you can see a close-up of the tail and the stinger. “Obviously the stinger has a function,” Marzulli added, “and at this point we can only speculate because we don’t know enough about the creature. Ultimately, there is always the possibility that this could be some sort of an elaborate hoax, but the scientific examinations that have been done so far have cast doubt on that explanation. But I am certainly not willing to totally rule that out at this point either. In the end, I don’t know what that creature is.”

If we are indeed living in the last days as described in the Bible, then our world is going to get very, very weird in the years ahead. The book of Revelation describes all sorts of bizarre creatures and strange events, and the more I read it the more I am convinced that the period just before Jesus comes back is going to look a whole lot more like an extremely wild science fiction movie than most people would dare to imagine. So yes, a strange winged creature that looks like something from another world may be hard to swallow, but this might just be the tip of the iceberg.

By the time it is all said and done, we could very well see things in the years ahead that will completely blow all of our minds.


The Author

James Riordan

James Riordan

Rare is it that any author will have one of his books described as the definitive work on a particular subject, but such a distinction has been bestowed by critics on no less than four books written by James Riordan. The New York Times Bestseller Break on Through, Riordan’s biography of Doors lead singer Jim Morrison, has not only been called “the most objective, thorough and professional Morrison biography” by the Times Book Review but also named as one of the Ten All Time Best Rock Biographies by Amazon.com. Riordan’s The Platinum Rainbow (written with Bob Monaco) was called “One of the best how-to books ever written” by the Los Angeles Daily News and “The ultimate career book on the music industry” by Recording, Engineer & Producer. Critics described Riordan’s The Bishop of Rwanda as “one of the most important books you’ll ever read.” and The Coming of the Walrus, Riordan’s novel about the 60s as “the definitive book on the era” and “a hilarious tale of a harrowing search for the greatest truth of all”. With the release of A Well Thought Out Scream and Madman in the Gate, Riordan pushed the boundaries again with poetry/song lyric books that contain hundreds of stunning, beautiful and poignant images from artists and photographers from all over the world. In the summer of 2013 a new edition of The Coming of the Walrus was released to rave reviews followed by The Kill Switch. The author of thirty-three books, James Riordan’s career began in the music industry where as a songwriter, manager, producer and concert promoter he worked with several well known artists. In 1976 he began writing a newspaper column, Rock-Pop, which he later syndicated. Riordan soon became one of America’s premier rock journalists with articles reaching millions of readers including those of Rolling Stone, Crawdaddy, Circus, Musician, and newspapers like The Chicago Daily News and The Kansas City Star. His reputation for relating on a one-to-one level soon led to interviews with George Harri-son, Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, Frank Zappa, The Doobie Brothers, Kenny Rogers, Barbra Mandrell, Crosby, Stills & Nash and countless others. His first book, The Platinum Rainbow (written with Bob Monaco in 1980) became the largest selling book ever written about the music business. The guide to “succeeding in the music business without selling your soul” was praised by Variety ,The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, The Las Vegas Sun, The Minneapolis Tribune, Billboard, Record World and many more. The Platinum Rainbow became an industry-wide phenomenon and interviews with James Riordan were aired on over 1200 radio stations and numerous television talk shows. Next Riordan collaborated with Pulitzer Prize winner Jason Miller on a mini-series for network television (The Irish) and a movie of the week for CBS (Bless Me Father). In June 1991, William Morrow & Co. published Break On Through to outstanding sales and reviews. Riordan worked as a consultant on Oliver Stone’s film of Morrison’s life, The Doors, which led to his writing Stone’s biography. Published by Hyperion /Disney in December 1995, Entertainment Weekly called STONE “an unflinching biography... enough spectacle to fill a month of daytime-TV talk shows.” The New York Post said reading the book was like “the sensory overload of watching all of Oliver Stone’s movies back to back.” Riordan was interviewed by Inside Edition, People Magazine, The Tom Snyder Show, and many others. From 1997-2000, Riordan created and co-starred in a local television program, Kankakee Valley Prime Time, which won six Crystal Communicators, three Tellys, and earned Riordan a Chicago/ Midwest Emmy Nomination for Writing the program. In the summer of 1999, James Riordan wrote, directed and starred in Maddance, an hour long dramatic project which won Crystal Communicators for Drama, Writing, Acting and Directing. On April 9, 2000, James’ 16 year old son, Jeremiah, was killed as a passenger in an accident that involved three drunk drivers. Shortly after this, James founded Make it Stick which works to warn teens of the dangers of substance abuse and publishes a magazine distributed to high school students. In 2001, he founded Jeremiah’s – A Place to be Yourself to give teens a place to hang out away from the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Force to close by its incredible growth rate, Jeremiah’s was recognized as one of the fastest growing and most successful teen centers in the United States. In 2004, Toastmasters International named Riordan Communicator of the Year for Central Illinois, the YMCA gave him their Service to Youth Award and the United Way named him the Outstanding Volunteer of Kankakee County. Returning to writing, Riordan went to Africa to write The Bishop of Rwanda, (with an intro by Purpose Driven Life author Rick Warren). In November of 2006, Harper Collins released a new edition of Break On Through followed by The Coming of the Walrus (Image Workshop) in December and The Bishop of Rwanda (Thomas Nelson, Inc.) to rave reviews (“Powerful …plumbs the depths of God’s forgiveness and finds no bottom – Publisher’s Weekly). In 2011, he won the Pledge For Life Harold Award for his work with area youth. In the summer of 2012, Lee and Shane Stanley (Gridiron Gang) optioned Maddance as a feature film followed by Apothecary Films optioning The Kill Switch in 2013 and Omni Films optioning Final Service to film in May. Riordan joined the staff of the Mancow Syndicated Television and Radio show in January of 2014 and is now seen and heard across America on a weekly basis. His biography is included in Who’s Who in Entertainment , Who’s Who in Poetry and Contemporary Authors of America. James Riordan – Works Books The Kill Switch, novel with Andrew Dahlmaine, Stonegate Ink, 2013 The Coming of the Walrus, Trade Paperback Editn, Image Workshop 2012 Springboard To Heaven ( Jojo Sayson Adventure), Image Workshop, 2012 The Elijah Collection, novel collection with Bill Myers, Zondervan, 2011 The Well Thought Out Scream (Poetry/Art), Image Workshop Press, 2009 Madman in the Gate (Poetry/Art), Image Workshop Press, 2009 The Deadly Loyalty Collection, Forbidden Doors, Zondervan, 2009 The Ancient Forces Collection, Forbidden Doors, Zondervan, 2009 The Enemy Strikes with Bill Myers (Elijah Project series. Zondervan, 2009 Deception with Bill Myers (Book 2 Elijah Project series. Zondervan, 2009 The Bishop of Rwanda (Finding Forgiveness) Thomas Nelson, March 2007 Paperback Edition May, 2012 The Coming of the Walrus (What Really Happened in the '60s) IW, 2006 Break on Through (The Life & Death of Jim Morrison), Morrow, 1991. (New York Times Bestseller, Published in 5 languages, Hardcover, 5 Paperback Editions, Harper Trade Paperback November, 2006) Stone (The Controversies, Excesses & Exploits of a Radical Filmmaker), Disney/Hyperion,1995. (Published in 3 languages, Hardcover, Paperback Edition). Making It in the New Music Business, Writers Digest Books, 1987, (Second Edition, Revised and Updated 1991, Two Hardcover Editions) The Platinum Rainbow (How to Succeed in the Music Business Without Selling Your Soul) 250,000 copies with Bob Monaco, Swordsman Press, 1980, Twenty-Three Editions, Revised 1988) 25 Year Anniversary Edition, 2005 Capture the Wind (Microphones) w.Tom Lubin, Literary Mouse Press,1989 Private Biography of Russ Kalvin, founder of Kalvin Corp., 1990 Private Biography of Steve Stefano, founder of Joico Hair Products, 1993. Mystery of the Invisible Knight (Book 2 in the BloodHounds Series) with Bill Myers, Bethany House,1997. Matters of the Heart (The Life & Times of Edgar Cullman), Culbro, 1997. The Curse (Book 7 Forbidden Doors) with Bill Myers, Tyndale, 1997. The Undead (Book 8 Forbidden Doors) with Bill Myers, Tyndale, 1996. The Scream (Book 9 Forbidden Doors) with Bill Myers, Tyndale, 1998 The Ancients (Book 10 Forbidden Doors) with Bill Myers, Tyndale, 1999. The Cards (Book 11 Forbidden Doors Series) with Bill Myers, Tyndale,2000 Films Final Service, co-written with Gary Moore and based on his book, Omni Productions, to be filmed in May, 2014. Maddance, Writer/Director/Lead Actor, Search Engine Films, Simmcomm, 1999. (Winner of 4 Crystal Communicators including Best Drama, Screenplay, Director, Male Actor – Austin, TX.1999) Performance (The Life of Ingrid Bergman), Screenplay, Lancit Productions 1998. Returned to Author when film division closed)Rewritten2009 Shadowdancers, Story & Screenplay, Story with Bill Myers, 1997 Dr. Babylon, Story 1996. Air Guitar, Story & Screenplay, 1994 The Platinum Rainbow, Story & Screenplay, 1993 Television/Video Kankakee Valley Prime Time, Writer, Director, Producer, 1997-2000. (Nominated for Midwest/Chicago Emmy for Writing, 1998, 3 Telly Awards, 4 Crystal Communicators 1998-2000). Angels Among Us (The Amtrak City of New Orleans Train Disaster, Co- Producer, (Telly Award, 2000). River Valley Sports Authority, Producer, 1999-2003. I Hate The World (Hypnoises Music Video), Writer/Director/Producer, Crystal Communicator for Best Music Video Concept, 1998). The United Way (Video) Crystal Communicator for Best Video for a Charitable Organization, 1998.

If it isn't money and it isn't fame and it isn't sex... then what... God?

— James Riordan, 2000

1 Comment

  1. Dedra
    January 22, 2017 at 8:22 am — Reply

    With the talk about the locust thing in revelation9, i think its a biological creature since it can die but wandered with the rioting and chaos caused by elites, it makes me wander that when birds fly North for spring and summer if this year that these will be in swarms to fly north as well.

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