FLYING RODS DISCOVERED IN A REMOTE CAVE OF BORNEO

DECEMBER 2012….Mysterious ‘Flying Rods’ discovered in inaccessible cave in Sabah Borneo

 A mysterious insect-like creature that has been captured on film in several parts of the world but never physically and also not scientifically explained because of the tremendous speed at which it travels has also been found in Sabah.  Called, among others, “flying rods”, “skyfish” and “solar entities”, these creatures are invisible to the naked eye and can only be noticed on slow motion camera and resemble a flying centipede. There are sceptics who still dismiss them as tricks of light or camera but other sceptics who have studied newer images of these so-called creatures have begun to acknowledge their existence although unable to pin them down as insects, a paranormal creation or even a possible alien life form. “We are very excited with our discovery and what this means to Sabah in terms of research in the new realm of cryptozoology or even UFOlogy given that their existence has stirred so much controversy and debate worldwide,” said Matthew Lazenby @ Jigger, an enterpreneur and avid traveller. The Sabah discovery was made two weeks ago by this British national who has a particular interest in cave systems and was indulging in his favourite pastime while on holiday here.  He and a renowned local tour guide, John Nair, decided to get deep into an inaccessible cave using a helmet-mounted camera. ”We were surprised at what we found when reviewing the video,” said Matthew.  “We did not know they were there until we reviewed the video footage.

For obvious reasons we will not disclose the cave’s location until we have devised a sure-fire method of successfully trapping them on the next visit to this cave.”  He explained: “The first thing we noticed were, of course, bats.  But as we slowed down the speed we noticed what seemed to be like little specks that got bigger and bigger.  “As we were going further and further into the cave, we noticed (upon slowing the film) more and more of these theoretical insects, since there is no official name given to them.  “We don’t even know if they were an insect specie or creature of some sort that holds an element of intelligence that interacts with other entities or animal species,” Matthew said. What separates the Sabah footages from those taken elsewhere are the sheer abundance. “We even have footages of bats trying to avoid colliding with these creatures. Bats are never frightened of insects.

“I have one footage of a group of them together and you can see them turning at extreme speed. They even chased a bat away.  This bat was minding its own business until these rods appeared like it was terrified of them. “Also, previous footages, also using high speed cameras captured them in sparse environments. But our Sabah recordings show for the first time that these creatures have very powerful sensors that prevent them from smashing into the walls of the caves like making U-turns at the last moment. Insects can’t do this,” he said. “The way they move is nothing like we know in the animal or insect kingdom or even aircraft in terms of speed. It’s the fastest thing you have ever seen and can turn on a dine. NOTE: The photo with the castle in the background was taken November 2010 in Glastonbury England.  UFO Casebook image.

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