I don’t think that many have seen Gremlins, although I heard a great deal about them when I was with the air force, and without any doubt, although they are shy, when they leave their tracks you know it,  for there is some sort of trouble around the corner.

Many will laugh and say it is all superstition and imagination, but a team of anthropologists has found a group  not seen alive in 85 years.  They were hiding  at a mountaintop in a cloud forest in Indonesia. They are about the size of a small mouse and weigh less than two ounces.

In 2000, two Indonesian scientists who were trapping rats on Mt. Rore Katimbo in Indonesia, reported they had accidentally trapped and unfortunately killed one.

They are a primate, but they have claws and long legs that allow them to bound from place to place… wing tip to wing tip perhaps. .

They are adapted for the night, their big eyes do not move, but they can turn their heads 180 degrees.

During the day, the nocturnal creatures tuck into hollowed-out places.

The scientists want to call them  pygmy tarsiers (Tarsius pumilus), but we know different, they are Gremlins, for when the human creature wants to blame something on someone they are called upon.

When you lie, it must be the pygmy tarsair, the mental gremlin that is responsible… Polution, do you cause that… No No No… it must be the pygmy tarsair, the lazy gremlin, the mindless gremlin or the plain stupid gremlin.

Actually I am beginning to wonder if we have a human mind at all… perhaps we have Gremlin mind…for their reputation is that of a destroyer … with a masked innocence of course.

Look at your Gremlin Mind, you may think it “right on”, but it really makes the demons of hell appear tame.


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