Lo!

By Charles Fort

Charles Fort's parade of clinical anomalies frames the bigger anomaly that's human life. "Lo!" is a publication with the potential to rewire brains and sculpt new lenses for seeing the unforeseen, the unexplained--and might be for glimpsing our personal function in Fort's mystifying cosmic scheme.

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In a parcel of greens that he had introduced from Watawella of those snails have been came across, and have been grew to become unfastened in Kalutara, and the thousands had descended from them. No names: no date. all of the money owed, within the Ceylon Observer, in matters from July 27 to September 23, are of a surprising and titanic visual appeal of big snails, packed thick, and never an statement upon them until eventually abruptly seemed thousands. It takes this type of snails years to arrive complete dimension. All sizes have been during this invasion.

Wallace, the Secretary of Mines, of Tasmania—that, upon April 20, 1913, of Mr. Conder’s partners, named Davies and Harris, had obvious a tremendous, unknown animal, close to Macquarie Harbor, Tasmania. “The animal used to be approximately fifteen toes lengthy. It had a really small head, in basic terms the scale of the pinnacle of a kangaroo puppy. It had a thick, arched neck, passing steadily into the barrel of the physique. It had no sure tail and no fins. It was once furred, the coat in visual appeal such as that of a horse of chestnut colour, well-groomed and shining.

Anderson’s remark, yet at one in all them a small, new megastar used to be photographed, evening of may perhaps fifth. I overlooked to notice no matter if, on a photographic plate, this used to be instantly detected. See Pop. Astro. , 31-420. Upon Feb. thirteen, 1923, a rise of the megastar Beta Ceti used to be pronounced. there has been curiosity within the newspapers. Maps of the sky have been released. If newspapers begin first-paging astronomical occurrences, placing down X-marks for stars, in addition to for positions of our bodies of the murdered, there'll be extra curiosity.

For extra info, see Chambers’ magazine, 81-470. Upon the twelfth of September, an individual observed a puppy in a cornfield, and shot it. it's stated that this puppy was once the marauder, and that with its loss of life the killing of sheep stopped. for approximately 4 months, within the 12 months 1874, starting upon January eighth, a killer was once in a foreign country, in eire. In Land and Water, March 7, 1874, a correspondent writes that he had heard of depredations through a wolf, in eire, the place the final local wolf have been killed within the 12 months 1712. in accordance with him, a killer used to be working wild, in Cavan, slaying as many as 30 sheep in a single evening.

If, on the time of a wooded area hearth, a dam should still burst, millions of logs, jumping purple within the glare, will be like this torrent of human types less than a fiery sky. somewhere else alongside the Riviera, the quake was once serious. At different locations was once made this assertion that orthodox technological know-how won't admit—that the sky was once afire. See Pop. Sci. information, 21-58. it is going to no longer be admitted, or it's stated to be basically a accident. See L’Astronomie, 1887, p. 137—that at Apt (Vaucluse) a fiery visual appeal were obvious, and that then had come a good gentle, like a Bengal fire—“without doubt coincidences.

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