UFO? No: UFW
Well, not to be outdone by those pesky UFOs, it seems that now the UFW’s are taking to the skies.
What are UFW’s, you may ask? According to some at least (and I have to stress some!), they may well be unidentified flying witches. Yep, that’s right: real-life, unidentified flying witches. Hags, crones, hook-nosed old ladies with black cats, warts, half-a-dozen yellow teeth, and the ability to transform you into a toad at the very merest of whims. You get the picture now, right?
During the course of my research into such areas as Cryptozoology, ritual magic and Tulpas, I’ve personally come across more than a handful of witches – some that practice white magic and others who practice what is known in layman’s terms as the Black Arts.
Those same people have – collectively – ranged from the depressingly normal to the truly sinister and disturbing. And while there is no doubt that witchcraft is an ancient practice that many adhere to, the chances of actually seeing a wizened old crone taking to the skies on a dark and stormy night are pretty much close to zero.
Ponder on this, as you ask yourself that question. Is it a UFO, a hag of the unidentified and flying kind, a hoax, or some sort of large Halloween balloon?
Whatever the film-footage ultimately turns out to show, right now it isÂ - by definition – a UFO; so that qualifies it for inclusion right here, as far as I’m concerned!
That’s funny, our broom is missing…and…uh-oh: what’s that going past the window of our tiny Dallas apartment, dressed in black and cackling and wailing like a veritable banshee? It couldn’t be…could it?
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