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unicorns myth or fact?

daydreama

Timekeeper
some say that the only people to possess a unicorn are those that are pure at heart. others say that they are just figments of the imagination.if so then why do some people have huge facinations with unicorns and why is it claimed that there was a sighting of unicorns in the garden of eden? And if Univcorns are real.is it possible that things like mermaids and fairies exist as well? and things like banshees andangels?
 
Alright then how come it is so hard to believe that creatures of this sort exist? whya re they still concidered mythical and why in the world or in space are they so damn hard to find? could they be hiding away from humans? if so where? and wouldnt they have been discovered or something by now?

daydreama
 
Unicorns are in differing dimensions, just as in Harry Potter and platform nine and three quarters.

You must be able to change frequency realms in order to experience unicorns.

Yes there were also some people from California, who were really astute on their genetics and managed not only to reduce the size of a horse, however to get it to grow a single horn on its forehead.\

This was a while back and is in the Tonight Show data archival files.

So that would be words of search, Tonight Show, NBC archival, unicorns.

These may not have been magical unicorns, but anything from California is possible?

Your welcome.
 
Creedo...I would certainly make an easy challenge for you then. Prove on this board that said "some people from California, who were really astute on their genetics and managed not only to reduce the size of a horse, however to get it to grow a single horn on its forehead" is true and I will gladly pay you $100. Easy enough.

Prove this was on the Tonight Show. Not goats that had a single horn (this is a known rare oddity) but actual small horses with horns.

To the rest of you...I provide this info:
<font color="brown">In July 1577, Sir Martin Frobisher’s ship, seeking shelter from a storm, limped into an inlet at the southeastern corner of Baffin Island. Here the crew found a large dead "fish" with a single horn two yards long growing out of its snout. They believed that they had discovered a marine species of unicorn, the counterpart of the terrestrial magic horse with a single horn.

Few animal products have ever inspired man’s imagination as did this tusk of a narwhal. Centuries before the time of Frobisher the tusks of this sea creature were introduced on the European continent by Vikings. They knew the origin of the tusk but kept it a dark secret. The impact was quite dramatic, for many myths of the unicorn were well established, and all that was needed was a good source of "actual" horn. Despite the fact that no one had ever seen a live unicorn, few doubted its existence.

The earliest description of the unicorn comes from the writing of Ctesias, historian and onetime physician to the king of Persia. Upon returning to Greece in 389 B.C. he wrote a lengthy history of the East, including India, a land he had never seen. The single-horned beast he described may have taken shape from tales of the Indian rhinoceros. Embellished by imagination it became fleet and fierce, larger than a horse, with a white body, dark red head, and blue eyes. Its dominant feature was the two-foot horn on the forehead, white at the base and black in the middle portion, with a sharp tip of vivid crimson. A drinking vessel made from one of these horns would protect the owner from epilepsy or convulsions and even poisons swallowed before or after a drink from the beaker.

The unicorn was described by other classical historians, but its survival was ensured by its mention in the Bible, primarily in the Book of Job. This guaranteed it a degree of respectability rather than a "ridiculous monstrosity" classification. Pliny’s account of the unicorn, written about A.D. 64, describes it as "a very ferocious beast, similar in its body to a horse, with the head of a deer, the feet of an elephant, the tail of a boar, a deep, bellowing voice, and a single black horn two cubits in length (about four feet) standing out in the middle of its forehead." The forewarning that "it cannot be taken alive" provided the necessary excuse for not exhibiting a living animal in the arena or amphitheater.

As represented by medieval writers, the unicorn had the legs of a buck, the tail of a lion, the head and body of a horse, and occasionally the beard of a goat. The three-color horn in the center of its forehead recalled the description by Ctesias, and most writers reaffirmed that it could be killed but not captured.

Unable to approach this elusive and valuable game, searchers for the unicorn ascribed its power to the horn, which, like a sword, could move in any direction. All attempts to fence with the unicorn were futile, for if it were cornered at the edge of a precipice, it would simply throw itself over the edge, headfirst, so it could land on its magic, invincible horn. Then it could quietly march off, none the worse for the fall.

Eventually those in pursuit of the unicorn were able to circumvent its powers by discovering its weakness – a love of purity and innocence. Therefore, if hunters placed a young virgin in a field, the unicorn would, upon discovering her, approach her with reverence, kneel beside her, lay its head in her lap, and fall asleep. Then the not-so-innocent virgin would signal the hunters, who could capture the enslaved beast.

During the Renaissance the special properties and magical powers attributed to unicorn horn were wildly extravagant. People believed that the horn, as well as being an aphrodisiac, had the power to heal, prevent disease, and above all counter the effects of poisoning. The ivory tusk was worth its weight in gold. Four centuries ago Charles V of England gave two unicorn horns as payment for a debt equal, by modern standards, to $1 million. During the sixteenth to late eighteenth centuries unicorn horn was still a popular though costly ingredient in medicines.

The myth of the unicorn was fast to evolve and took a long time to die. Although scholars exposed its true origin in the mid-1600s, unicorn horn was still used to detect poison in royal foods as late as 1789. In the early nineteenth century anatomist Georges Cuvier declared the unicorn a biological impossibility.

The male narwhal rapidly became more popular as a source for unicorn horn than the rhinoceros, probably because it was less traceable and dealers could guarantee its authenticity. Fortunately for the narwhal, it is so inaccessibly Arctic that it is harvested only by Eskimos, who value it for its meat, blubber, and hide as well as tusks. An unfortunate honor for the imperiled rhinoceros is that its horn could never cast off the unicorn reputation of being both a universal remedy and a powerful aphrodisiac.
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~ Global

ps) Creedo...you seem to enjoy being a "out there", but why if you truly believe in half of what you claim would you act the way you do?
 
Dear Global' nothing to prove nor any challenge.

I have a witche's line that runs in my background, also am probably related to royalty, plus come from a village that suffer a vampire infestation, plus also carry a distant wizard's gene.

I know a fair amount about E.T.s and probably have that gene run in my line too as other here also do.

There is nothing or no contest to prove.

The miniature white unicorn was on Johnny Carson and they even brought the horse on stage, which was barely three feet tall.

It was a man-made unicorn and these folks had managed to do this.

This may have also run in FATE Magazine.

I'm not out there.

I'm more a'kin to what you don't see all of the time.

Thank you for your comments, Dan
 
"I have a witche's line that runs in my background, also am probably related to royalty, plus come from a village that suffer a vampire infestation, plus also carry a distant wizard's gene. I know a fair amount about E.T.s and probably have that gene run in my line too as other here also do."
~ Sooooo, you believe that you have the genes from witches, royalty, vampire, wizard, and ET's? Why not werewolf, radioactive spider blood, gamma radiation, and implanted alloy claws? I would honestly say...you have all these great genes, but the brain of an delusional idiot.

"There is nothing or no contest to prove."
~ Well you make a pretty bold claim. But, sadly...of course you cannot back them up. Ummm...yeah.

The miniature white unicorn was on Johnny Carson and they even brought the horse on stage, which was barely three feet tall.
~ And I asked you to prove this. Should be easy for one of your "genes". Nice urban myth though. Maybe you could create one for us.

It was a man-made unicorn and these folks had managed to do this.
~ Right. Then they made a dragon and set it free.

This may have also run in FATE Magazine.
~ "May have" as in "may have been entirely made up...but you".

"I'm not out there. I'm more a'kin to what you don't see all of the time."
~ Right. I do not see nutcases all the time.

~ Secado
 
Global One said;~ Sooooo, you believe that you have the genes from witches, royalty, vampire, wizard, and ET's? Why not werewolf, radioactive spider blood, gamma radiation, and implanted alloy claws? I would honestly say...you have all these great genes, but the brain of an delusional idiot.

Creedo 299 responds;I think that you're just plain ignorant.

All the jerks here, usually answer or ask question as you have done in your last post.

I'll be careful not to deal with you in the future.

How you word your comments should also serve as a warning to others, who would have the misfortune to deal with you. /ttiforum/images/graemlins/confused.gif
 
"I think that you're just plain ignorant."

Tell you what..."enlighten" me.
Just how is it that you get the Heinz 57 of a genetic cocktail anyway?
Since there are witch and wizard genes...can you do magic?
Royalty...what country is that and to whom are you related?
Vampire, is this a minor gene or do you crave blood?
And how did you manage to get all this, and still get some ET genes too?

I mean really. If you had said one, maybe two...but all of those?
Tell me, what honestly makes you believe this or is it just something you "know"?

I once knew a person who thought he was Albert Einstein Jr., also the 4th cousin
of the Queen of England, and a werewolf. I assure you completely, he was crazy.
Now, if you would say I like/admire/wish to be these things then great, we would
get somewhere and I would very much like a discussion. However, if you are going
to tell me that you believe this fantasy...

See, I could see if you were related to someone who is a wiccan and truly believes.
I could even see if you were a relative of some minor noble. As for the wizard,
vampire (vampyr), and ET...well, I certainly would like to know how you managed
a gene test for those, considering we have only recently mapped human DNA.

Inquiring minds want to know. (Not to mention the I-smell-bullshit gene that I carry!)

~ Secado
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Re: Morrons a myth or a fact...?

Global One says;Tell you what..."enlighten" me.
Just how is it that you get the Heinz 57 of a genetic cocktail anyway?
Since there are witch and wizard genes...can you do magic?

Creedo answers;According to Ken Thomas's online wizards advisory book, the wizards gene, is the oldest of all genes.
This gene well date antiquity and why the wizards gene is housed in the witche's gene here on Earth, is due to the destruction that the very ancient wizards wars had caused.

It is forbidden here on Earth, for a wizard to do magic, unless they are consorted by a witch, as a guide.

Global One says;Royalty...what country is that and to whom are you related?

Creedo answers;The line of Richard The Third via his exploits in the once kingdom of Bohemia.

Global One says;Vampire, is this a minor gene or do you crave blood?

Creedo answer;The vampire infestation of two hundred year ago Bohemia.
As told this plague was started in India and spread across Europe, till it had settled in middle Europe.

As told in Bullfinche's Occult and Mythological creatures, both weirwolf and vampire plagues were so bad, they had to raise who armies, in order to combat this plagues.

One village gave birth to half vampire children.

These are not full vampires, however people that carry the influence gene, within their DNA structure as a marker.
No I do not crave blood, however do like cooked bloods, in parts of large roast.

Global One says;And how did you manage to get all this, and still get some ET genes too?

Creedo 299 answers;Basically mankind here on Earth, is the simple combination of part apelike creature and alien genes, grafted onto this apelike stature, to make a human.

See George C. Andrew's book, Extraterrestrial Friends And Foes, the Khyla Interview?

This telling is the best and explains for the most part how Earthbased man, in the general view of affairs was put together.

Global One says;I mean really. If you had said one, maybe two...but all of those?
Tell me, what honestly makes you believe this or is it just something you "know"?

Creedo says;I know.....And oh' you added a period after the sentance, (I mean really.), When you could have added either a comma, or semicolon?

Global One says;I once knew a person who thought he was Albert Einstein Jr., also the 4th cousin
of the Queen of England, and a werewolf. I assure you completely, he was crazy.
Now, if you would say I like/admire/wish to be these things then great, we would
get somewhere and I would very much like a discussion. However, if you are going
to tell me that you believe this fantasy...

Creedo answers;If you feel this way avabout me, and have this opinion, then I would not have anything to do with me anymore?

Global One says;See, I could see if you were related to someone who is a wiccan and truly believes.

Creedo answers;Remember Gerald Gardener, was the founder of the Wicca religion, not too long ago.

I feel that Gardener had proposed this attempted religion, in order to try and gather all witches together.
This was said so that they could reap economic benefits, from governments that were on the rise; such as the 501 C3 nonprofit organization.

Many true witches as well as solitary witches, believe that not only this act dileted witch ideals, however had sold out the general concept of witches being themselves, so that government could officiate over witches ion general.

Global One says;I could even see if you were a relative of some minor noble. As for the wizard,
vampire (vampyr), and ET...well, I certainly would like to know how you managed
a gene test for those, considering we have only recently mapped human DNA.

Creedo answers;Under the web search words, K-17 vampire virus, you will find information that tells that in some sectors government itself is or has been involved with the vampire virus.

So continually, then all pertinate information in covert sectors, would not be realaced, would it?

Global One says;Inquiring minds want to know. (Not to mention the I-smell-bullshit gene that I carry!)

Creedo answers;No you didn't mention it, did you?

~ Secado
 
Re: Morons a myth or a fact...?

Ok...your just crazy.

You do make one obedient mind-slave though. /ttiforum/images/graemlins/smile.gif SEND ALL MONEY TO GLOBAL! MONEY IS EVIL!

~ Global

ps) All of your reference are works of fantasy. Read Superman and then believe you can fly. Please...?
 
Re: About being respectful

Friend Global of EarthTR125.0121

I must first say that you do have a very familiar way of writing, you kind of remind me of some one we all knew from the past. But then again I could be as delusional as you just diagnosed our friend Creedo.

I have been following your debate regarding the miniature little white unicorn, well I do have to admit that I think I saw that program several years ago. Probably the mid 80's.

About Creedo's heritage, well is rather complicated but not an obligatory falsehood. Thus I do believe that before insulting our good friend, taunting him or even making fun of him you should take a good look at your life, find out what is it so nasty in it that you do not like and get it analized. Treating people with such attitude is not only rude but irresponsible.

If you do not like what Creedo posts well do not read it at all mack. Instead write something interesting, captivate our minds with your scientifical wonders or even better keep nasty comments to yourself. Remember there are other members on this forum, and some of us could find your attitudes undesirable.

Until later becomes now.
 
Re: About being respectful

So Friend Transient001 of Beyond
You speak of respecting your "friend" Creedo?

I wonder...do you remember the thread from your "friend" asking you a question about harmonics? Maybe you should read that thread and see how I just happened to post a response (with nothing negative at all). The thread was on the Time Travel Board "Creedo ask Tran 001, a provocative question: "

Then you might see the part where your "friend" admits to lying in order to draw someone out. He wanted to get you, but I played the game for you. He admits that he lied about his info for the sole purpose of having a laugh at your expense.

So you protect your "friend", while he posts complete lies to make fun of you. Some friend I would say.

So, All-in-all to readers who might be offended. I never said I did not believe (especially of you actually read my posts). But, I guess someone that will post lies and admit to that, well... Admitting they did it just for laughs or to "draw" someone out...is probably very truthful about being a Royal, Witch, Wizard, Vampire, with Alien DNA. Ok, fine.

"I have been following your debate regarding the miniature little white unicorn, well I do have to admit that I think I saw that program several years ago. Probably the mid 80's."
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Just asked for proof, a web link, anything. Not of unicorns, but of the show itself. Can't be that hard, right? /ttiforum/images/graemlins/smile.gif I even offered $100.

"bout Creedo's heritage, well is rather complicated but not an obligatory falsehood. Thus I do believe that before insulting our good friend, taunting him or even making fun of him you should take a good look at your life, find out what is it so nasty in it that you do not like and get it analized. Treating people with such attitude is not only rude but irresponsible. "
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Ok then. Creedo stated:
"As told in Bullfinche's Occult and Mythological creatures, both weirwolf and vampire plagues were so bad, they had to raise who armies, in order to combat this plagues.
~ Complete fiction sorry to say, and there have been others that can be checked and proven false.

So, you have someone here to post lies. Someone here only to laugh at others. Someone here to play tricks for their own amusement at your expense. That is wrong and I find THAT undesirable.

Someone could say what they wish on a thread and I would add to that (be they Vampyr, Were, Non-Terran, or other). But someone that will post out-and-out lies and made up references, just to have a laugh at the readers here? Well, sorry...that just struck me as wrong.

Anyway. You have his side (self admitted lies) and you have mine.
 
Re: About being respectful

Global_1, my guess is that they (Creedo and Transient) are two anti-social, reality distorted individuals who use the shelter of the internet and its anonymity to try and boost their already low self-esteems.
 
Re: About being respectful

Yes I agree, you're a prime example of this and you of all people should know!?
- Why not come out and say "I know you are but what am I? Neener neener neener!" Creedo, if I already didn't doubt your credibality, this last post of yours would have definately killed any thought I had that you are an intelligent, mature adult. Not sure how anyone would have thoughts like that about you any how.
 
Re: About being respectful

Friend Global of EarthTR125.0121

"I wonder...do you remember the thread from your "friend" asking you a question about harmonics? Maybe you should read that thread and see how I just happened to post a response (with nothing negative at all). The thread was on the Time Travel Board "Creedo ask Tran 001, a provocative question: "
Then you might see the part where your "friend" admits to lying in order to draw someone out. He wanted to get you, but I played the game for you. He admits that he lied about his info for the sole purpose of having a laugh at your expense."

Yes I do remember that, however I can always understand that he might be curious as to what I know, I do not know he might even want to know If I am for real, who knows, but the truth of the matter is that in any case it should have been I who should be annoyed at this attempt, and I am not. I can always see beyond those little games. Games that I shall never play...out of respect for others.

However your reasoning about truthfulness, integrity and unsavory tricks is most accurate but we as readers and posters of this forum have the opportunity to either engage in such follies or avoid them altogether. That much power is ours and in that power of choice lies will and within will you shall find the most inner secret of all, sempessence.

So my friend Global, who still reminds me of someone, you shall decide in the near future.

PS Thanks for extending your support, it shall be well received. I look forward to keep conversing with you.

Until later becomes now.
 
Re: About being respectful

Friend Jewstinian of EarthTR125.0121

"my guess is that they (Creedo and Transient) are two anti-social, reality distorted individuals who use the shelter of the internet and its anonymity to try and boost their already low self-esteems."

Well then I think your guess is far off the target. Actually I would rather have you call me anything else than calling me anti-social. As for the low self esteem issue, If I were to have a poor self image as you so fragantly said I would not even be here, on the other hand people who attack others and define their very actions are doing nothing but describing themselves. That is called a Defense Mechanism by my dear friend Sigmund, it is Proyection.

Until later be comes now.
 
Re: About being respectful

"However your reasoning about truthfulness, integrity and unsavory tricks is most accurate but we as readers and posters of this forum have the opportunity to either engage in such follies or avoid them altogether."
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~ Well said Trans. I guess my path was to "engage" as it were. I admit to being a flawed and emotional human. I know this will come to a shock to many of the aliens, witches, vampires, werewolves, undead spirits, wizards, time travellers, and others I have missed who post to this board...but yes, I am only human. /ttiforum/images/graemlins/smile.gif


"That much power is ours and in that power of choice lies will and within will you shall find the most inner secret of all, sempessence."
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~ "Sempessence" does not seem to be known to me. I think I understand its use however. I also understand your use of engage or avoid, but you too must know that to avoid constantly cannot be the only way. It is then that the wrong, unjust, and corrupt will constantly seek to abuse those who avoid. Only by rising up can this be overcome. Even better when all rise up as one.

And I do not mean violence. You should understand that of which I speak. I mean human spirit.

But thank you for kind words and we will indeed converse furthur.

~ Global
 
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