then a lion sang to me and smiled: “Come join us if you so desire.”

 

I was standing in the jungle, I was feeling alright
Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm
I was wondering in the darkness, in the middle of the night
Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm

The moon began to shine, I saw a clearing ahead
Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm
But what’s that going on, I think I`m outta my head
Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm.

Chooka chooka hoo la ley
Looka looka koo la ley.

A hundred animals were gathered `round that night
Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm
And they were singing out a lovely song under the pale moonlight
Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm

I stood and stared for quite a while,
Then a lion sang to me and smiled:
“Come join us if you so desire.”

Chooka chooka hoo la ley
Looka looka koo la ley.

I said now please explain the meaning of this song you sing
Mmmhmmm, Mmmhmmm

“Wondrous is our great blue ship
That sails around the mighty sun
A joy to everyone that rides along!”

Jeff Lynne, from “Jungle”, 1977

 

 

This post is in memory of our beloved cat, Stripey, who passed away a couple of weeks ago. He was 20.

 

 

 

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. Two of those many variants are “unusual” and “odd”.

That’s why the story I’ve appended below about an Oregon woman finding a mountain lion napping in her home says “An Oregon woman recently came home to an unusual surprise: a mountain lion, which continued taking a nap for six more hours behind her sofa. odd encounter took place on July 8 in the Ashland, Ore., home of Lauren Taylor.”

One of the positive changes that this thread has been tracking for the last four years is improving relations between humans and animals. And this story is another great data point in that regard.

“She roused and knew just what to do…. walking out through the open doors, through the yard, across the creek, and through the empty field behind us exactly as we had shown her,” said Taylor, adding she has “extensive experience working with energy and animals.”

“It was a perfect ending to a blessed encounter that could have been dangerous if approached from a lower frequency,” she continued. “May she stay safely in the hills to enjoy a long life as a wild and healthy lion.”

Not a very 1950’s thing to say!

It’s game-over, Bad Guys.

What a great time to be alive.

 

 

 

July 24, 2018 – Oregon woman finds mountain lion napping in her home: ‘This is wild’

An Oregon woman recently came home to an unusual surprise: a mountain lion, which continued taking a nap for six more hours behind her sofa.

The odd encounter took place on July 8 in the Ashland, Ore., home of Lauren Taylor.

After drinking from a pond in Taylor’s backyard, the cat likely entered her home through an open back door, she explained. The Facebook post had garnered more than 17,000 reactions and shares as of Tuesday morning.

“This is wild,” she wrote. “The door was open and the room has huge plants and stairs built around real tree branches, so she likely didn’t even realize she was walking indoors until she was inside.”

After entering the home, the cat was startled by Taylor’s roommate, who screamed upon seeing the mountain lion. This prompted the wild animal to hide behind the sofa, where it snoozed for several hours.

Taylor made a noise to wake the feline, but then “gazed lovingly into her eyes, and communicated using feline-speak eye blinking to calm her,” she wrote.

“It was amazing to realize that this worked. I gazed lovingly then blinked hard and then she did it back,” Taylor continued, adding that the cat then went back to sleep. “She clearly felt safe and she showed no inclination to leave.”

When the cat awoke a second time, Taylor said she “again connected in a loving gaze and communicated trust through blinking.”

With just “a couple hours to dawn,” Taylor decided it was time to “prompt her to leave without alarming her so much that she panicked.”

The Oregon woman then used a drum to encourage the lion to exit the home.

“She roused and knew just what to do…. walking out through the open doors, through the yard, across the creek, and through the empty field behind us exactly as we had shown her,” said Taylor, adding she has “extensive experience working with energy and animals.”

It was a perfect ending to a blessed encounter that could have been dangerous if approached from a lower frequency,” she continued. “May she stay safely in the hills to enjoy a long life as a wild and healthy lion.”

Taylor was not immediately available for additional comment when contacted by Fox News on Tuesday.

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