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STAR JELLY
I know this subject has been posted on GLP before, but I’d like to explore some other avenues.

If you dont know it, Star Jelly is this clear jelly like substance that is found, often in odd places, but generally out and about in fields etc.
It is usually clear, and has very little in the way of explainations.

[link to www.google.com.au]

Recently, people have been posting youtube vids of the stuff.









What surprised me about ‘star jelly’ is that it isn’t new, and in fact has references dating back hundreds of years.

Here are a couple of poems, hundreds of years old –

Sir John Suckling, in 1641
As he whose quicker eye doth trace
A false star shot to a mark'd place
Do's run apace,
And, thinking it to catch,
A jelly up do snatch

William Somervile, in 1740
Swift as the shooting star, that gilds the night
With rapid transient Blaze, she runs, she flies;
Sudden she stops nor longer can endure
The painful course, but drooping sinks away,
And like that falling Meteor, there she lyes
A jelly cold on earth

Henry More, in 1656
That the Starres eat...that those falling Starres,
as some call them, which are found on the Earth
in the form of a trembling gelly,
are their excrement.

Thomas Pennant, a scientist in the 18th century believed the material to be "something vomited up by birds
or animals", possibly frog spawn or amphibian oviducts.

In 1950, four Philadelphia, Pennsylvania policemen reported the discovery of "a domed disk of quivering jelly,
6 feet in diameter, one foot thick at the center and an inch or two near the edge." When they tried to pick it up,
it dissolved into an "odorless, sticky scum.". This incident apparently inspired the movie The Blob.

On August 11, 1979, Mrs. Sybil Christian of Frisco, Texas reported the discovery of several purple blobs
of goo on her front yard following a Perseid meteor shower. A follow up investigation by reporters
and an assistant director of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History discovered a battery reprocessing
plant outside of town where caustic soda was used to clean impurities from the lead in the batteries, resulting
in a purplish compound as a byproduct. The report was greeted with some scepticism, however,
as the compounds at the reprocessing plant were solid, whereas the blobs on Mrs. Christian's lawn were
gelatinous. Others, however, have pointed out that Mrs. Christian had tried to clear them off her lawn with
a garden hose.

[There are also claims it is inside meteors, and somehow survives the firey crash through our atmosphere.]

In December, 1983, grayish-white, oily gelatin fell on North Reading, Massachusetts. Thomas Grinley reported
finding it on his lawn, on the streets and sidewalks, and dripping from gas station pumps.

Star jelly was found on various Scottish hills in the autumn of 2009.

Star jelly was found on the fells around Ullswater in the Lake District in October 2011

That incident in October last year prompted an article requesting speculation from both the public and the
scientific community to answer the question as to what it is, and some fascinating answers ensued.

Most focused on naturally occurring substances, fauna based, such as frog spawn, decayed embryos,
even congealed semen dropping out cow’s whatuzis. Yuck! Others focused on the slime aspect,
and mold variations, mega cultures/colonies of cyanobacterias. Some even mentioned actual jellyfish
being lifted in the air during storms and being deposited inland.

Nostoc, a type of fresh water blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) forms spherical colonies made of filaments
of cells in a gelatinous sheath. When on the ground, it is ordinarily not seen; but after rainfall it swells up
into a conspicuous jellylike mass which is sometimes called star-jelly.

Scientists commissioned by the National Geographic Society have carried out tests on samples
found in the United States, but have failed to find any DNA in the material.

Slime moulds are possible causes, appearing suddenly, exhibiting a very gelatinous appearance at first
and later changing to a dust-like form which is dispersed by rain and wind. The colours range from a striking
pure white as in Enteridium lycoperdon, to pink as in Lycogala epidendrum, to purple, bright yellow, orange,
and brown.

Then there are some more odd mentions of things like ‘ectoplasm’ – the gooey stuff Carol-Ann
and her Mum were covered in Poltergeist, when they came back over from the ‘other side’.

The word plasma and plasmic-discharge popped up too, which caught my eye. Recent threads on GLP about cold plasmas
being found in a layer in our atmosphere was an interesting tie in to the subject.
Back in 2000, the Canadian’s launched a probe in to the ionosphere, specifically a belt at 990km to study
plasmas. The belt is approximately the point where the magnetosphere and ionosphere overlap.

Scientists from the Indian Space Research Organisation discovered (3) new types of bacteria
which they collected from the stratosphere in (2009). If bacteria can exist, w
hy not larger forms of life in a zero G habitat?

And NASA’s giant jellyfish - According to Eugene Wescott and Davis Sentman, both of NASA, the ‘lights’
were estimated as being 25 miles tall and 6 miles wide. "They appear brightest where they top out, typically
about 40 miles high," said Wescott, adding, “Also you have the jellyfish body at the top with tentacles trailing down."
(was a descriptor, but still….)
A low-light-level camera in a NASA DC-8, operated by a team from the Geophysical Institute of the University
of Alaska, recorded 19 brief flashes.
Amateurs have been reporting the phenomena since 1886, but scientists have not until recently taken these
accounts seriously.
The present photographs, taken at 1/30 of a second, have proved the anomaly. Wescott noted that airborne team
members missed it when aloft, but spotted it when studying their video footage. The intensity of the flashes is
similar to an aurora. Now the scientists are trying to figure out its chemical effects on the upper atmosphere,
including possible dangers to the ozone layer from electricity which is dimmer, more diffuse and broader than
normal lightning.

A public contributor stated –“ Once upon a time, if someone had claimed without irrefutable evidence that
bioluminescent unicellular and multicellular organisms existed at 1000 meters below the surface of the ocean
and deeper, that person would have been ridiculed and despised by every facet of the scientific community.
The same is happening now to theorists on the right track concerning atmospheric lifeforms which have only
evaded our attention due to our arrogant ignorance. This is the beginning of what is going to be the most
profound discovery in the history of biology! Life is abundant and comes in shapes, sizes and forms both
conceivable and inconceivable. Just because we cannot see it does not mean it is not there and absence of
evidence is not evidence of absence.”

Jason McClellan, Open Minds photographer for DiscloseTV captured a space jelly above Mexico City.
"My initial thought was, this might be a weather balloon, but after only a couple of seconds, I was convinced
otherwise," says McClellan in the video.
"I can best describe the characteristics and movements of the object as jellyfish-like," he adds.
"The object was semi-see through, and it billowed and undulated as it moved."
"The translucent object was swimming through the blue sky, changing both shape and color as it moved."
[link to www.disclose.tv]

My favourite answer was that in the upper atmosphere, there are living creatures, some in the form
of ‘space’ jellyfish, and that during meteor showers, some get injured, die and fall to Earth.

So, there’s a few different perspectives, from amateur to scientific to religious!

I usually hang on the BEZERK thread, which is not everyone’s cup of tea, but it has brought up some really
interesting ideas. I cant help but think this subject is way more complex and wonderful than regurgitated frog spawn.

Any ideas GLP? Especially keen to see if there are any space jelly fish living in the cold plasma belt that anyone knows about, LOL.




Resources:
[link to www.strangemag.com]
[link to www.disclose.tv]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

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Doggers. It's doggers I tell ya.

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....A.....
bump

....With Five....
smile_kiss

for some Very interesting info!!


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Thanks! hf
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Absolutely great idea for a thread. Bravo!

But, I have no idea. How does it have no DNA?

I think it's amazing the number of things we hear about, that have no answers.

Thanks for giving us all of this to think about!

cool2
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Maybe if they do start as life forms, the jelly is the residue left when the energy leaves? So no body to speak of, just a frame work. They might be energy based forms.

Current work on replacement organs uses existing organ structures that have had all the dna removed, leaving only a frame work for stem cells to make a new organ, dedicated to the donor of the stem cells. Works in a rat. Not sure of the connection to this subject, but it is an example of non-genetic coded organic material.

The DisclosureTV vid using a mega telecopic lense is really interesting too.

There would be a correlation between star jelly, and star 'jellies' then. I love the ide behind that!

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Unsolved mysteries did a piece on this a long time ago if any can remember that show it has some interesting information in it

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Holy guacamoli! that's a bit intense. I hadnt considered the negative sense of it. Some of those folks got sick.

They all seemed to think the Navy and AF had something to do with it, and jumped to the conclusion that it might be a biological agent.

What if the military was monitoring these things? or shooting them down? Hence their presense.

Remember, this stuff has been around for hundreds of years prior to airplanes.
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G'day Mate...

Nice thread...

I have a few links that I would like to put up...

The first is an old one and we have seen it before on Bezerk but I thought it would fit in nicely here...

snip:

A strange jellyfish-shaped object spotted hanging in the sky over Norway, may have been caused by light from the aurora being bounced off a space satellite, experts say.

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

I don't by the satellite explanation...

And Also this one...

snip:

The appearance of these atmospheric beasts varies wildly. Accounts have variously described them as amorphous and cloud-like behemoths, finned squid-like creatures, floating jellyfish, translucent, vaporous blobs, amoeba-like organisms, and even dragons. The sizes of atmospheric beasts likewise run the gamut from tiny and bird-like, to gargantuan monsters hundreds of feet long.

[link to www.cryptomundo.com]

The thing about this site is that it implies a connection to the Star Jellies and Fukushima's nuclear leak...

Now if my memory is correct...wasn't the ocean jellies attacking (or were they attracted to) the water intakes on some plants??

Well maybe they aren't just curious perhaps they are attracted to the EMF (electro magnetic field) around the plants the same with the aurora?? Also maybe the same is correct for clouds and lightning...

Certainly Bezerk either way...

Quoting BHD's post:

The word plasma and plasmic-discharge popped up too, which caught my eye. Recent threads on GLP about cold plasmas
being found in a layer in our atmosphere was an interesting tie in to the subject.
Back in 2000, the Canadian’s launched a probe in to the ionosphere, specifically a belt at 990km to study
plasmas. The belt is approximately the point where the magnetosphere and ionosphere overlap.

another reference to magnetosphere...

Maybe these creatures are a sentinel/buffer between the Earth and the aether?? Do they absorb magnetic energy and help direct/deflect it in the magnetosphere...are they regulating like a capacitor helping to keep the shield strong??

Man I could go on and on about this but I will wait for more input...

Sorry for the long rant...cool2

Cz

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I just like the sound of it...

'Star Jelly" on toasted muffin,
savoring the Light of the midnight sky,
rolling over my tongue in the morning,

down my throat,
causing the very first smile of the day.
love...
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Sorry for the silly simple poem.
love...
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- couldn't be an happier with the replies. Thanx!

Great poem, and my mouth is waterin'.

@ Czar' thanks a heap for the links! and info.
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Hi BHD !

Great thread, and good to see you posting : )

This just happened over here at the end of January, thought I'd add it.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

jelly, it's what's for breakfast !

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Hi BHD !

Great thread, and good to see you posting : )

This just happened over here at the end of January, thought I'd add it.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

jelly, it's what's for breakfast !

hf
 Quoting: Doobie


Thanks Doob's. hf I liked that article btw. I especially liked the other linked ones about raining fish!

Not sure if I would put this stuff with ma eggs on toast though.
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Found a little more historic info on the 'flying jellies' which might be the original form of this stuff.

Trevor James Constable's 1957 Amoeboid Bioform 'Critter'
By Ken Adachi

These photos were taken with infrared (IR) film by Trevor James Constable on August 25, 1957 in the Mojave desert of southern California. Objects which emit heat will stand out on infrared film as lighter shades while colder objects will appear darker. Very cold areas will appear black. This shot is only one of many living atmospheric bioforms captured on IR film during the period from approximately 1957-62 by Trevor and his friend, Dr. Jim Woods, on the early morning desert plateau prior to sunrise. Some of these photos were included in Trevor's earlier book on this subject titled, They Live in the Sky. His 1975 blockbuster book, The Cosmic Pulse of Life, included this shot along with other photos of UFO's and pulsating, plasmoidal bioforms caught on IR film or in some instances, on regular high speed color film using a 18A infrared filter. Trevor usually used a Leica G 35 mm camera for stills and super 8 color film for motion pictures during the late 1950's and 1960's.

In order to capture these anonmalous events, Trevor would typically perform an exercise he learned from Franklin Thomas called the "Star Exercise" which had the effect of creating a vortex swirl in the ether in the atmosphere above and surrounding the person performing the movement. The longer Trevor performed the Star exercise movement, the larger and more intense this 'ether vortex' emanation would grow. Atmospheric bioforms, dubbed "critters", were attracted to the source of this vortex. UFOs were also attracted to this localized perturbation of the ether. Neither Trevor nor Jim could see these bioforms directly, but they were usually able to detect some sort of quick flash or momentary wavering of the air or in some cases, Jim could detect a feeling in his chest that told him that these creatures were nearby. The appearance and movement of these bioforms often occured very quickly and they could move in and move out of the camera's view within a matter of a second or two. Trevor or Jim had to shoot quickly if they hoped to catch something on film. Trevor told me that only about 1 % of their shots produced tangible results. You can imagine just how much time, effort, and film was devoted by these two men to obtain these images; truly a labor of dedication to further new frontiers of knowledge.

I scanned Trevor's original 1957 print in color in order to capture the B/W print exactly as it appeared in real life, but I then played with the image using PhotoShop 7 in order to draw out more detail.

In the three panel sequence seen below, I cropped the photo to focus on the bioform in the first shot. The second panel is switched over to grey scale and has a filter applied called "equalize." The third panel has been futher enhanced by reversing the highlights and lowlights using the "solarize" filter and adjusting the brightness and contrast to maximize detail. It's interesting to note how the third 'solarized' panel emphasizes a trajectory "track" that the critter seems to be following in the atmosphere. Trevor was surprised and pleased to notice how much detail could be drawn out of his pictures when digitized and ran through PhotoShop. You can try playing with these shots yourself if you have PhotoShop installed on your computer. I've inlcuded three links below so you can click on full sized versions of each of these panels.

Here is the original description of this critter (and other frames) that was pasted to the back of Trevor's original print.

"This is the fourth photograph in a series of six successive exposures made by Trevor James Constable on the Mojave desert in California on 25 August 1957. These bioforms, which are invisible to normal sight, have been recorded here by infrared film and special techinques devised by Constable and described in his book "The Cosmic Pule fo Life". These objects, which Constable claims are an integral part of the overall UFO scene, are biological organisms native to our atmospjere and not extraterrestrial spaceships. When such bioforms enter the spectrum of visible light, they appear as repidly moving, pulsatory light sources and are mutually confused with the more classical, structured interdimensional machines known as flyimg saucers, according to Constable. "

[link to educate-yourself.org]
[link to educate-yourself.org]
[link to educate-yourself.org]

Interesting.

I also found out some info on a man made substance called 'aero-gel' which is a lighter than air solid substance. Foamed jelly helium? I wonder what applications you would use it for?
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Interesting link here -

[link to www.newanimal.org]
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BIO-AEROGEL SPECULATIONS
(c)1996 William Beaty

1. In 1993 at the Exhibits shop where I worked someone was welding a
galvanized electrical box to a steel frame in an exhibit case. This was
unwise, since zinc evaporates at a low temperature, and zinc fumes are
poisonous. But this is beside the point. When the sealed electrical box
was opened, it was found to contain transparent blue-white feathery
material akin to soap suds but with no visible bubbles. I recognized it
as a type of aerogel. The welding was done adjacent to a small hole in
the steel box, and zinc vapor apparently flowed into the hole and was
deposited within the box. Apparently aerogels can form naturally; it
doesn't take bizarre triple-point high pressure manipulations to create
them. The resulting material was very strange: almost transparent, much
lighter than Styrofoam, and as fragile as dry soap suds.

2. In 1989 Corum and Corum managed to produce "Ball Lightning" using
carbon and a pair of large Tesla coils. They are of the opinion that the
resulting "BL" is a material made up of hot, incandescent microscopic
carbon percolation structure, i.e., carbon aerogel. See
[link to amasci.com]

3. Organic life is based upon water-based, gel-like structures; upon
microscopic solids embedded in liquids. Life is based on gels in water,
so maybe life exists which is based on gels in air.

(I just love this hypothesis)

4. Trevor James Constable reports the existence of "sky creatures" which
live in the atmosphere, are invisible, move under their own power, and can
be photographed with IR film. And there have always been reports of
glowing "will-o-the-wisp" objects which move through the air, which depart
when chased, etc.

5. Birgitt Sattler of the University of Innsbruck is part of a team which
measured 1500 bacteria per ml in water from clouds. See
[link to www.newscientist.com] If bacteria exist
in clouds, then bacterial "powder" appears downstream of evaporating
clouds, and perhaps something evolved to feed off this material. Bacteria
can act as the bottom of a food chain.


PERHAPS ORGANIC LIFE HAS AN AEROGEL-ANALOG?


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[link to amasci.com]

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Same fella -

HOBBYIST EXPERIMENTS (as yet untried)

ELECTROMETER ARRAY: build a long linear array of electrostatic voltmeters
many tens of feet in length and mount it outdoors perpendicular to the
usual wind direction. Record the outputs with a data logger. If small,
electrically-charged objects should pass by over some of the
electrometers, the location and possibly the size and height of the
objects will be revealed in the recorded data. Even electrically-neutral
objects might be detected if they distort the natural sky-voltage. Choose
the location of the array judiciously, since these life forms might avoid
cities and cities downwind areas, might avoid (or be attracted to) bodies
of water, power lines, the turbulence of highways and their downwind
pollution etc.

IR SKY SURVEY: Set up IR cameras to watch for moving organisms.
Inexpensive CCD video cameras and slow-frame security VCRs would make this
fairly easy to accomplish. Deep-IR CCDs might turn up more interesting
results, but at greater expense. If paired with the Electrometer Array,
an IR camera could be triggered only when an e-field anomaly was detected.

SCHLERIEN PHOTOGRAPHY: If a large telescope mirror,spotlight mirror, or
fresnel lens is available, an outdoor Schlerien setup could be used to
capture shadowgrams of possible aerogel objects. A laser or other
powerful pointsource is directed at the mirror from many feet distance,
and a lens is used to spread the source beam to cover the entire mirror.
A knife-edge is placed at the focused image of the laser and adjusted to
partially block the light. A few inches behind the knife edge, a
lens-less CCD camera is placed. Any distortion in the air between the
laser and the mirror will be projected as shadows upon the CCD camera (dip
your hand in alcohol and hold it in the beam, and the camera should see
your hand-shadow surrounded by rising vapors.) View the camera output,
turn the contrast knob way up, and watch for moving structures.



read more

[link to www.amasci.com]

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HOLY SHIT!

Could this explain the random bubble that flew through my house about 10 years ago and landed on a counter. It was about the size of pea and when I went to pop it, it was not liquid. More like plastic, or like the way adhesive gels up and turns into little booger looking things. I have never been able to explain how it got there, or what it was.
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Oh cool! Do you think it just 'appeared' - like out of the aether? or flew in from outside?

The dimensional and density aspect of this stuff fascinates me too.

A good mate of mine said that we become aware of more things in our universe as we mature and become focussed on them. Simple statement, but so true regards so many things. They have always been there, we just take the time to notice them now, or have technology that allows us to notice them, or we have a new mindset that allows our brains to want to find them. But they have alays been there.

Thanks for sharing.
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I agree that when you start looking you find things. I wish more people had this mentality.

As far as the mystery bubble, it was summer but every door and window had a screen on it you know. I was on my computer at the time, had my back to everything until it floated into my field of view.

The explanation I have always gone with was that it was from some kids playing outside with one of those plastic bubble kits. Never really fell right about that explanation though.
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Can you post those pictures you put links up for. No matter what I try I can't get access to them 404 keeps coming up.
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Can you post those pictures you put links up for. No matter what I try I can't get access to them 404 keeps coming up.
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Thanks for pointing that out Agapao, I get the same message.

Here is the original article with links embedded -

[link to educate-yourself.org]
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Had some in my back yard. I put it in a container. Now that it's dried up, it has turned white instead of clear. Small white fibers all in it.
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Hi BHD pity we can't get some idea of size. Do you think they look like orbs?
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Howdy Agapao. hf

Some stories have them miles across!!! Others, like that one from the 1950's said about 6 feet across.

But who really knows. The part that resides in our density might not reflect the actual entities size at all.
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YT vid from Jan 26th. This stuff is blue however.



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thumbs for transparent,
wobbly, nebulous critters!

Imagine the furor if they
can be shown to be concious
and experience pain when
splattered? Mega doco's
studying their life-cycle,
etc, fascinating stuff,
then, oh no, it's the
"You can make a difference ~
to sponsor a Jelly-baby from
the ionosphere, just dial..."
ad again, time to change
channel...
Natural law created humans.
Human nature created lawyers.
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bump

To see if anyone has found/seen/heard of any star jelly related material of late?
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(similar to vid at top of page)

And this person has an alternate idea about them (animated)



Last Edited by BadHairDay on 07/20/2012 08:16 PM
It's all about the 'vibe'

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