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February 11, 2013

My First Ever ‘Manimal’ Dream

As far as I know, I’ve never had a dream about anything like this before.

I was standing near a small group of people (maybe four) who had shotguns, and I thought they were hunting rabbits; though, it was on a rocky shoreline where rabbits usually wouldn’t be seen.

They were all standing on top of a 30-foot-long, 15-foot-high rock outcropping, but one lady walked back onto land, and stood on my right. I looked where they were looking and spotted two ‘rabbits.’ The woman next to me raised her shotgun, and a guy on the rock aimed down at them too.

The ‘animals’ didn’t move quickly like rabbits, and stayed upright as they lowered themselves into the water. Then I realized the one had what looked almost like a human head, round and much bigger than a rabbit’s head would be, and not much hair. That’s when I semi-yelled: “humans!” But if they were fully human I would have screamed. No one shot, and they didn’t say a word.

Then I saw the manimal family in a hollowed out rock with a large opening on the side. It looked like about six of them. Two in the center were much bigger and had humanlike round heads. But they clearly weren’t even close to fully human.

When I awoke, I pondered what I had just seen, and thought of Jesse Ventura’s ‘Manimal’ episode of ‘Conspiracy Theory’ that aired recently, which I’m including below. The show goes into the evidence that part man/part animal creatures are being bred, and this has probably been going on for quite some time.

Apparently, it’s important enough for us to be aware of, which was why I was given this dream. They’re not just breeding salmon with eel to get the ‘frankenfish’ the FDA has already partially approved.

– Jeff

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Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura – Manimal

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