By Abdul Aziz Suraqah
A while back I stumbled on the strange case of Kyle Odom. In his manifesto, Odom writes, “My life was ruined. Ruined by an intelligent species of amphibian-humanoid from Mars. I wish I was joking.”
He says the amphibian-humanoids were “here long before we ever existed” and their technology is way more advanced than ours. “They take control of ‘wild’ human beings and use them as sex slaves. Don’t believe me? Ask President Obama to take a lie detector test on this one,” Odom wrote.
He goes on to say that Martians tried to take him but were unable to control his mind and they have been following him ever since. He said this has taken over his life and has done everything to get it back. The document says he tried to commit suicide twice but was stopped by the Martians. He said his last resort was to take actions to bring this to the public’s attention.
Next, the manifesto outlines how this all started during the spring of 2014 while he was attending the University of Idaho. He describes how he meditated to help cope with the stress of his course work. At one point, he writes about going deep into meditation and feeling a profound sense of loss. After that moment, he said he had no urge to meditate. Then, all of a sudden Odom described how his work at school began to come easily to him. And a month later, he said he started interviewing at graduate schools and started getting offers. The document states that he accepted an offer from Baylor College of Medicine to work on his PhD in Human Genetics in Houston, Texas.
In his manifesto, he describes his meditative experience, ‘I felt very peaceful there until a blue light began to approach me. As the blue light got closer, I realized it was another being. Once I was in the being’s presence, I felt an immediate sense of wrongdoing. I felt like I was being told “YOU SHOULDN’T BE HERE!’…”
Go read the entire manifesto yourself. After reading it, I remembered a passage in the Ibriz where Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Aziz al-Dabbagh said:
‘Similarly, threads like these are observed between the bodies of the disbelievers and their abode in the Barzakh, except that the threads of the disbelievers have a blue color tending toward black, like the fire of sulphur. This is a sign of wretchedness in whomever it’s observed—we seek protection from it with Allah!’
The blue figure of Kyle Odom and this passage from the Ibriz had me thinking: virtually every culture has blue demonic figures, and many monster or alien like figures in popular culture (movies and cartoons) are blue, too.
1. The Kluude of Belgian folklore
2. The Oni ogres of Japanese folklore
3. The Blue Men of the Minch from Scotland
6. Demons depicted in Chinese Buddhist and Daoist imagery
7. Demons depicted in Tibetan Buddhist imagery
8. Demons depicted in Aztec and Incan imagery
9. Odin depicted in a blue cape
10. Many depictions of Jinn in Arabic and Persian works
11. Demons depicted in Australian Aborigine paintings
13. The Smurfs
14. The genie of Aladdin
15. The blue pill
Then you have the accounts of people meeting and having interactions with ‘blue entities’ while on DMT and other substances.
Anyhow, this is all speculative, and out of curiosity I collected a lot of old art from many cultures depicting blue demons or mythological figures.
Last night someone shared with me an article about how an artist sculpted a large female figure in blue and had it placed on a large rock in al-‘Ula near Medina (in the collection of pictures).
Things that make you go, ‘Hmm' indeed.
Please read the texts in the images and see examples of blue figures.
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