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    Greetings! I have been mulling over this information for years, and with such a fine diversity of people on this forum, some may be able to assist me in my journey to find some answers in regards to a family member.

    "Nancy" was born with a tail and also born with a caul, in the early 1900's in Scotland. She came from a "blueblood" family, where she enjoyed being treated like a princess. As money was not a problem, she travelled extensively by ship to North America for her vacations. While she was in Canada, she met her future husband, As he was not determined to be "right" for her family, she was told if she married him, she would be ousted from her family. Of course, love won out and she moved to Canada to start a new life. She was not allowed to contact her family again, which she did not, throughout her whole life.

    My question then is: is being born with a tail a throwback to the so called reptilians, along with the caul?
    Is this proof of genetic mixing? Or am I just being paranoid?

    Any and all feedback greatly appreciated!
    in love & light

    Note: the tail was surgically removed soon after birth, leaving her with a huge scar and indentation where the tail grow out from her spine.

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    Hello

    People have been born with horns and many other difformaties, and it is proof of ET interference, We were created as God
    creates but the scientists have found 4000 splices in our DNA, But there is reptile involved.

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    Default Re: Born with a Tail/looking for answers

    I remember a teacher telling us, when I was in school that it was not uncommon, or at least not unheard of to be born with a tail. They usually just cut it off I belive.

    I think that we all have tails in the very early stages of the embryonic life. Resembling a reptile as the oldest parts of are brain are primitive and reptilian in nature.

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    Try this thread, Rosie. Fred has good info there on page 2 I think it is.

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...nd-its-history

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    Quote Posted by rosie (here)
    Greetings! I have been mulling over this information for years, and with such a fine diversity of people on this forum, some may be able to assist me in my journey to find some answers in regards to a family member.

    "Nancy" was born with a tail and also born with a caul, in the early 1900's in Scotland. She came from a "blueblood" family, where she enjoyed being treated like a princess. As money was not a problem, she travelled extensively by ship to North America for her vacations. While she was in Canada, she met her future husband, As he was not determined to be "right" for her family, she was told if she married him, she would be ousted from her family. Of course, love won out and she moved to Canada to start a new life. She was not allowed to contact her family again, which she did not, throughout her whole life.

    My question then is: is being born with a tail a throwback to the so called reptilians, along with the caul?
    Is this proof of genetic mixing? Or am I just being paranoid?

    Any and all feedback greatly appreciated!
    in love & light

    Note: the tail was surgically removed soon after birth, leaving her with a huge scar and indentation where the tail grow out from her spine.

    Caul link for anyone curious:
    http://www.caulbearer.org/
    This and a few other genetic anomolies are more common than one would think. It could very well be some ancient genes "expressing" themselves a little more than others, but really all that matters is having a capacity for love in your heart - no matter who you are.
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    Default Re: Born with a Tail/looking for answers

    Quote Posted by rosie (here)
    Greetings! I have been mulling over this information for years, and with such a fine diversity of people on this forum, some may be able to assist me in my journey to find some answers in regards to a family member.

    "Nancy" was born with a tail and also born with a caul, in the early 1900's in Scotland. She came from a "blueblood" family, where she enjoyed being treated like a princess. As money was not a problem, she travelled extensively by ship to North America for her vacations. While she was in Canada, she met her future husband, As he was not determined to be "right" for her family, she was told if she married him, she would be ousted from her family. Of course, love won out and she moved to Canada to start a new life. She was not allowed to contact her family again, which she did not, throughout her whole life.

    My question then is: is being born with a tail a throwback to the so called reptilians, along with the caul?
    Is this proof of genetic mixing? Or am I just being paranoid?

    Any and all feedback greatly appreciated!
    in love & light

    Note: the tail was surgically removed soon after birth, leaving her with a huge scar and indentation where the tail grow out from her spine.

    Caul link for anyone curious:
    http://www.caulbearer.org/
    rosie, you are correct. This is further proof of our link to the Reptilians who were here on earth when our creators arrived. Keep in mind that humans were evolving at the time however slowly. We have Reptilian DNA as part of the experimant (plan-E.T.) everyone has a tail at the end of thier spine but some are born with a tail as was your friend. Should have been cut off at birth. She is not alone there are thousands with this same issue.
    "AMOR", Familia! :grouphug:


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