(Melchizedek Communique, MC111508) It was in late January of 2007 that Russian fishermen caught “a weird creature” (image, left) after a strong storm in the Sea of Azov. The creature “was producing strange squeaky sounds.” At first, the fishermen thought it was “an alien.” But little did they know. The creature may well have been Cthulhu! (“Russian fishermen catch squeaking alien and eat it”, Pravda, Feb. 7, 2007)
“However, ufologists and scientists were greatly disappointed when they found out that the fishermen had eaten the monster.”
H.P. Lovecraft connects "The Esoteric Order of Dagon" with "the tribute Great Cthulhu craved" in his tale, "The Shadow Over Innsmouth." Dagon was an ancient deity, half-man and half-fish, related to the Babylonian fish-god Oannes.
As of the past few days, Pravda has issued further troubling reports. Humans and animals are falling victim to "mysterious killer lakes." Lake Kakhynaidakh in Russia’s Yakutia Republic is known as Devil’s Lake. The local people fear to approach "the cursed place." ("Humans and animals fall victims to mysterious killer lakes", Pravda, Nov. 12, 2008)
And mysterious flying objects have been seen near Lake Gaipo in the Cordilleras. "Locals see them flying into the water of the lake or hanging above the water surface and then disappearing in the sky." Quechua Indians living on the shores of Gaipo Lake "do not associate such phenomena with extraterrestrial beings. They are certain that witches and wizards assume the similitude of UFOs as they hunt for humans." ("Killer UFOs hide in lakes", Pravda, Nov. 13, 2008. http://english.pravda.ru/science/mysteries/13-11-2008/106692-killer_ufo-0)
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