I found another interesting artifact that might be a clue to the cattle mutilations that have taken place since 1606 in London where the first documented cattle mutilation took place.
The suspense around cattle mutilations involves many theories including a local sicko and aliens.
Not One Drop Of Blood
Anderson said he had just been near the spot the night before. The next morning, his cow was laid over and dead, her udder removed with something razor-sharp.
“And not one drop of blood anywhere,” Anderson said.
Everything You Do Leaves Tracks
Another cut up and bloodless cow was found two years ago a mile from her homeplace. A hunter discovered the carcass near a water trough just hours after the kill. Davies said she and her husband rode strategic circles around the area with four-wheelers to try and find vehicle tracks, horse tracks, something. They never found any. And in this country, “everything you do leaves tracks,” Davies said.
“A lot of people lean toward the aliens,” Jenkins said. “One caller had told us to look for basically a depression under the carcass. ‘Cause he said that the alien ships will kinda beam the cow up and do whatever they are going to do with it. Then they just drop them from a great height.”
Equally mysterious is the fact that coyotes and scavenger birds will not usually come around the bodies of mutilated cattle, though they will readily feed on those of animals killed in conventional ways.
In most cases, mutilation wounds appear to be clean and carried out surgically. Mutilated animals are sometimes, though not always, reported to have been drained of blood and show no sign of blood in the immediate area or around their wounds.
According to Howard Burgess, nearly 90 percent of mutilated cattle are between four and five years old.
The absence of tracks or footprints around the site of the mutilated carcass is often considered a hallmark of cattle mutilation.[ citation needed ] However, in some cases, strange marks or imprints near the site have been found. In the famous “Snippy” case, there was an absolute absence of tracks in a 100 ft (30 m) radius of the carcass (even the horse’s own tracks disappeared within 100 ft (30 m) of the body.) But within this radius, several small holes were found seemingly “punched” in the ground and two bushes were absolutely flattened. In Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, June 1976, a “trail of suction cup-like impressions” was found leading from a mutilated three-year-old cow. The indentations were in a tripod form, 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter, 28 inches (70 cm) apart, and disappeared 500 feet (150 m) from the dead cow. Similar incidents were reported in the area in 1978
I found this image in the Star Child photo taken a few minutes before the photo of Vega. If you can’t see the suction like circular holes then check out the image below that I have edited the contrast and colors of or digital staining.
The three suction holes labeled 1,2 and 3 do form a tripod when you draw a line from the center of each suction hole to a center point.
The artifacts on the perimeter have been stained to show how they are curving, possibly due to air being forced out of the suction holes. Unlike the rest of the image that is cluttered with artifacts, the area between the three suction holes having almost no artifacts at all tells me that an excavation process is taking place.
On 12.13.2019 at 6:59 am I took a photo of the Moon. No telescope just a camera.
Camera settings were 1/10 second exposure time, ISO: ISO-950, Focal Length: 2 mm, F-stop: f/1.9
Follow the slant of the ray reflecting off of the Moon towards the trees.
Light curve adjusted - notice the segmented tail with claw on the back and the orb?
Color Adjust showing how the reflected light of the Moon is reflecting off of the dome and saucer section.
This is the best I could clarify the image
I then chromed the above image in Corel PSP.
I also chromed the original snip of the image as well.
This could actually be the same UTO (Unidentified Telescoped Object) The image below was taken through the telescope so the actual image would be flipped. The photo that I found this UTO in comes from the Star Child photo that I took of Vega on 10.11.2019 at 0139 am.
You can see the tail extending from the UTO with the claw on it, just like the one I took with my smartphone camera minus the telescope.
What is odd is that I have found numerous saucer UTO’s around Star Child. In the image below I have digitally stained the artifacts that appear to be circular, have a domed top as well as the orbs or spherical artifacts.
Another photo of extracted artifacts showing the UTO with tail and claw.
Obviously the UTO found in the photo taken of the Moon at 6:59 am is real and isn’t as microscopic as I thought. How can the camera on my smartphone take a photo of something that is microscopic?
Download the photo of the Moon and adjust the light curve for yourself.