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Horned Sea Monster Washes Up On Spanish Beach
08-22-2013, 05:07 AM #1
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The so called experts are already saying this might be a shark or maybe an oar fish...

Might be?! might not be?! please give me a break!

What like those professionaly trained and educated people dont have any solid ideas about what it is or could be even while its right in front of them?!

Certainly seems like these so called experts are quick and willing to call it anything but a sea monster because that strange out of the box term goes against our currently enforced belief structures...

Sorry this thing isnt a shark and sorry it isnt an oar fish either as both of them are clearly imaged below...

For one thing as far as I know sharks and oar fish dont have horns!

Maybe its some unknown species of huge sea snake or massive sea worm?!

Beyond all shadows of any doubt there surely must exist as yet unidentified giant sea monsters very real and alive within the vast and mysterious depths of earths immense and miles deep oceans...

http://www.nbcnews.com/science/horned-se...6C10971972

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08-22-2013, 05:44 AM #2
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O mi f###en gawd!

Wow damn what the f##k!

Is this what this thing actually is?!

"The Sea Monster And The Beast With The Lambs Horn"

From Apocalipsis (Apocalypse) Cum Figuris Illustrated by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528)

Depicts one element of the ecstatic vision experienced by Saint John...

The text associated with the illustration follows...

"And I stood on the sand of the sea and I saw a beast rise up out of the sea having seven heads and ten horns and upon his horns ten crowns and upon his heads the name of blasphemy and all the world wondered after the beast and they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast and they worshipped the beast saying who is like unto the beast who is able to make war with him"

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08-22-2013, 06:10 AM #3
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Notice there is no good closeup shot of the head from any different angle? The one decent close up is a zoom shot and is of somewhat low quality.

...that's because it would ruin the sensationalism of this story!

Experts are also reluctant to comment on pictures of rotting carcasses because it can often be hard to identify... like the montauk monster which was in reality just a pig carcass. Skull comparison proved that.

This appears to be an oar fish at first glance to me. I would guess the head is up side down and part of the jaw structure is rotting and missing exposing cartilage that protrudes in a manner to appear as "horns".

Other explanation that comes off the top of my head is that those protrusions are the cartilage from fins that you see certain kinds of fish use to "walk" or "hop" across the ocean floor ...but it's hard to imagine somethign this big and long having an adaptation like this and am inclined to believe that this explanation isn't actual.
08-22-2013, 06:18 AM #4
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08-22-2013, 06:19 AM #5
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Well... according to the article update an expert is saying it is definitly a shark. ...with the degree of composition most of the soft tissue... gut is rotted away and gives carcasses like these a "serpenty" look. and features of the skeletons can appear unusual in this advanced state of decay.

Stuff like this is nothing to get excited about till an expert comes along who truly does not know and DNA testing confirms it as an unknown.

sorry to disappoint u
08-22-2013, 06:20 AM #6
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(08-22-2013, 06:10 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  Notice there is no good closeup shot of the head from any different angle? The one decent close up is a zoom shot and is of somewhat low quality.

...that's because it would ruin the sensationalism of this story!

Experts are also reluctant to comment on pictures of rotting carcasses because it can often be hard to identify... like the montauk monster which was in reality just a pig carcass. Skull comparison proved that.

This appears to be an oar fish at first glance to me. I would guess the head is up side down and part of the jaw structure is rotting and missing exposing cartilage that protrudes in a manner to appear as "horns".

Other explanation that comes off the top of my head is that those protrusions are the cartilage from fins that you see certain kinds of fish use to "walk" or "hop" across the ocean floor ...but it's hard to imagine somethign this big and long having an adaptation like this and am inclined to believe that this explanation isn't actual.
First let me say that i'm not trying to rudely argue with what you've said...

So some fish use horns to walk on their heads upon the ocean floor?!

Any one of the images above could be enlarged to see this creature at least a little more close and clear...

Maybe thats because of tptb and their strictly and currently enforced belief structures dont want and wont allow any close up clearer images to be released?!

We shouldnt ignore and deny the possibility of a strange relation to st johns revelation within the book of revelations quoted from above and how a lamb has two horns and every and all known fish and sharks dont have any horns at all along with numerous recent fears and speculations about the soon to be end of the world...
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08-22-2013, 06:34 AM #7
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(08-22-2013, 06:20 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(08-22-2013, 06:10 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  Notice there is no good closeup shot of the head from any different angle? The one decent close up is a zoom shot and is of somewhat low quality.

...that's because it would ruin the sensationalism of this story!

Experts are also reluctant to comment on pictures of rotting carcasses because it can often be hard to identify... like the montauk monster which was in reality just a pig carcass. Skull comparison proved that.

This appears to be an oar fish at first glance to me. I would guess the head is up side down and part of the jaw structure is rotting and missing exposing cartilage that protrudes in a manner to appear as "horns".

Other explanation that comes off the top of my head is that those protrusions are the cartilage from fins that you see certain kinds of fish use to "walk" or "hop" across the ocean floor ...but it's hard to imagine somethign this big and long having an adaptation like this and am inclined to believe that this explanation isn't actual.
First let me say that i'm not trying to rudely argue with what you've said...

So some fish use horns to walk on their heads upon the ocean floor?!

Any one of the images above could be enlarged to see this creature at least a little more close and clear...

Maybe thats because of tptb and their strictly and currently enforced belief structures dont want and wont allow any close up clearer images to be released?!

We shouldnt ignore and deny the possibility of a strange relation to st johns revelation within the book of revelations i quoted from above and how a lamb has two horns and all known fish and sharks dont have any horns at all along with numerous recent fears and discussions about the soon to be end of the world...

Not horns... fins that have adapted like the mudskipper. If those are rotted fins all you are seeing is the cartilage which is why it appears the way it does. That is not the top of the head either... would be foolish to assume such.

I do not ignore possibilities but I also don't jump to imaginative conclusions like most people in the CT community.

FYI I believe in bigfeets and dragons and unicorns and elves and other crap like that because there is a degree of proof and understanding I have come across regarding such things... but this blob of rotting flesh isn't anything special and if pics were bothered to be shown of close shots from different angles there would be no debate and also no article because there would be no mystery report on.

If an expert was actually there looking at it instead of just a few pics they would have no doubts either.
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08-22-2013, 06:35 AM #8
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...and detail is lost when enlarging photos.

Is is of little help to simply make a pic bigger when resolution goes to shït.
08-22-2013, 06:45 AM #9
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This thing had horns...

500 million year old sea creature unearthed...

http://www.nbcnews.com/science/500-milli...-1C8592269

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08-22-2013, 06:53 AM #10
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(08-22-2013, 06:45 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  This thing had horns...

500 million year old sea creature unearthed...

http://www.nbcnews.com/science/500-milli...-1C8592269

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You can't really compare a crustation or anthropod to a fish...

No spine of central nervous system. Totally different.

...and even the narwhal (which isn't a fish either) doesn't have a true horn but rather a twisted tooth that has adapted to grow out of the head.
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08-22-2013, 08:33 AM #11
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08-22-2013, 10:35 AM #12
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Fascinating thread. The ocean is a frontier that has really yet to be explored.
Anythings possible.

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08-22-2013, 04:20 PM #13
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Horny spanish monsters on the beach
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08-22-2013, 04:32 PM #14
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I've lived here in gothic haunted New England my entire life...

The Great New England Sea Serpent > http://www.pibburns.com/tgness.htm

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08-23-2013, 12:24 AM #15
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See, and it looks too big to me to be an oarfish. What has horns nos

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