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The octopus that killed a russian in Antarctica
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banana The octopus that killed a russian in Antarctica
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Rumors about what russians found in antarctica: 10 years making a hole in the ice of Antarctica to reach the bottom: lake Vostok, of not saline water where a octopus-like creature has the natural ability of camouflage but also of shape shifting. This creature adopted a shape like a human so the russian aproached it thinking it was another of the team. The creature killed the russian.

This remembered me of this "shape shifting" creature of several years ago:
(look the strange shape it has at the beginning, like a Darth Vader ship, and then in 0:44 it changes shape and starts amazing display of colors)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaX6BK66v9A





Of course, there is more in Antarctica, read in chapter 1 of channeled book "Earth" by Barbara Marciniak:
"...Different human species than your own have existed on Earth, and their DNA was in much better status than yours is, it was perfect. They developped civilizations very advanced. They existed much time ago, 500 thousands years ago. We don't talk of Lemuria or Atlantis. These two are from a time we consider "modern". We talk of civilizations much older, and their remains can be found yet today under the ice of your most southern continent, Antarctica, and also under the sands in Gobi desert in Mongolia..."
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that is absolutely amazing footage, its mind boggling how that creature transformed like that.
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RE: The octopus that killed a russian in Antarctica
Nope
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RE: The octopus that killed a russian in Antarctica
And the "mermaid":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSG3kPa-jOU





Better view at the end of this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r9spHIe--E



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RE: The octopus that killed a russian in Antarctica
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sp33OgYJrJE





That "sound weapon" they talk, channelings also talked about it. It was not a weapon
but a very high resolution sonar that can map the terrain with a precision of very high resolution. But it uses very powerful sound waves that destroy the whales, that once they
are completely blown up go to die in the beaches.
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Oh, wow! How pretty was that!
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2018 03:25 AM)
Oh, wow! How pretty was that!

Too bad they killed it. I wonder if the species is known and documented?
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RE: The octopus that killed a russian in Antarctica
Subject 46b. . Your worst ocean going nightmare. They say they trapped it. I say, it allowed itself to be caught. It was the only way out of the lake.
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Carp Van Orris  Wrote: (02-13-2018 03:59 PM)
Subject 46b. . Your worst ocean going nightmare. They say they trapped it. I say, it allowed itself to be caught. It was the only way out of the lake.

Amazing, I thought the same thing after watching a few videos on it.
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This is the video talking of the russian and the organism 46b

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgoEsyO6zH4



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My bad i thought it was going to be an interview with the octopuschuckle

How about putting a smile on someone face instead of a tear!
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