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Video: Demonic Fairy Captured, Biologist Says Creature Has Humanoid Body And Four Wings

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Unknown entity in Mexico. Is it a fairy, a demonic fairy, a completely new creature, an alien settling in on Earth.  Or a hoax from a Mexican TV show. Or just a hoax on Mexican TV similar to the hoaxed fairy of Derbyshire in the UK that appeared in 2007 on April 1. 



Fairies are generally described as human in appearance and having magical powers. Their origins are less clear in the folklore, being variously dead, or some form of demon, or a species completely independent of humans or angels. Folklorists have suggested that their actual origin lies in a conquered race living in hiding, or in religious beliefs that lost currency with the advent of Christianity. These explanations are not necessarily incompatible, and they may be traceable to multiple sources. 



The entity, in the opinion of biologist Enrique Ortiz, corresponds to a biological organism, with humanoid body and two pairs of wings. Not yet determined its origin, it may even be a new especien animal, said the specialist. The owners indicated that was found in a national forest in Mexico, two years ago. A similar creature was filmed in the back yard of a house. 


The creature seen below is examined in Mexico. However an earlier video shows a similar creature flying out of a tree hollow.

Here is a similar creature captured in flight after emerging from the hollow of a gree. 


The creature is seen flying among the tree leaves on the fight  of this picture. 



Winged humanoid body


The creature was exhibited on Friday, December 14, 2012,  in Mexico City.  Below you will find the  complete video of the examination conducted by the biologist Enrique Ortiz. Fairy? A new animal? A flying demon?   It was exhibited at 5H, Centre La Joya, Tabasco 56 Colonia, corner Frontera, Mexico City.





The strange entity came into the hands of a family known by Ana Luisa,  who posted the video,  for eight years. They, in turn, received it from another family, a young man of 13 years who said he was found in a forest in the State of Mexico. The owners of the company has allowed me to review and accept the fact that it has been analyzed by a biologist who had her full confidence and was found to have a humanoid body with two pairs of wings.



Here is the video of the creature being examined by  biologist Enrique Ortiz


Here is a video of  the strange creature emergiong from a tree hollow and flying away.  It happens very quickly so watch carefully. 






Much of the folklore about fairies revolves around protection from their malice, by such means as cold iron (iron is like poison to fairies, and they will not go near it) or charms of rowan and herbs, or avoiding offense by shunning locations known to be theirs. In particular, folklore describes how to prevent the fairies from stealing babies and substituting changelings, and abducting older people as well.  Many folktales are told of fairies, and they appear as characters in stories from medieval tales of chivalry, to Victorian fairy tales, and up to the present day in modern literature. 


In his manuscript, The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns and Fairies, Reverend Robert Kirk, minister of the Parish of Aberfoyle, Stirling, Scotland, wrote in 1691: 


These Siths or Fairies they call Sleagh Maith or the Good People…are said to be of middle nature between Man and Angel, as were Daemons thought to be of old; of intelligent fluidous Spirits, and light changeable bodies (lyke those called Astral) somewhat of the nature of a condensed cloud, and best seen in twilight. These bodies be so pliable through the sublety of Spirits that agitate them, that they can make them appear or disappear at pleasure 


Although in modern culture they are often depicted as young, sometimes winged, humanoids of small stature, they originally were depicted quite differently: tall, radiant, angelic beings or short, wizened trolls being two of the commonly mentioned forms. Diminutive fairies of one kind or another have been recorded for centuries, but occur alongside the human-sized beings; these have been depicted as ranging in size from very tiny up to the size of a human child. Even with these small fairies, however, their small size may be magically assumed rather than constant. 


Wings, while common in Victorian and later artwork of fairies, are very rare in the folklore; even very small fairies flew with magic, sometimes flying on ragwort stems or the backs of birds. Nowadays, fairies are often depicted with ordinary insect wings or butterfly wings. 


Various animals have also been described as fairies. Sometimes this is the result of shape shifting on part of the fairy, as in the case of the selkie (seal people); others, like the kelpie and various black dogs, appear to stay more constant in form. 


In some folklore fairies have green eyes and often bite. Though they can confuse one with their words, fairies cannot lie. They hate being told ‘thank you’, as they see it as a sign of one forgetting the good deed done, and, instead, want something that will guarantee remembrance. 



Hoaxed Fairy from Deberyshire, UK an Apri Food Day Joke in 2007 by Dan Baines

Credit: Dan Baines


Origin of fairies:  Folk beliefs 


One popular belief was that they were the dead, or some subclass of the dead. The Irish banshee (Irish Gaelic bean sí or Scottish Gaelic bean shìth, which both mean “fairy woman”) is sometimes described as a ghost. The northern English Cauld Lad of Hylton, though described as a murdered boy, is also described as a household sprite like a brownie, much of the time a Barghest or Elf. One tale recounted a man caught by the fairies, who found that whenever he looked steadily at one, the fairy was a dead neighbor of his. This was among the most common views expressed by those who believed in fairies, although many of the informants would express the view with some doubts. 



Another view held that the fairies were an intelligent species, distinct from humans and angels. In alchemy in particular they were regarded as elementals, such as gnomes and sylphs, as described by Paracelsus. This is uncommon in folklore, but accounts describing the fairies as “spirits of the air” have been found popularly. 


Demoted angels 

A third belief held that they were a class of “demoted” angels. One popular story held that when the angels revolted, God ordered the gates shut; those still in heaven remained angels, those in hell became devils, and those caught in between became fairies. Others held that they had been thrown out of heaven, not being good enough, but they were not evil enough for hell. This may explain the tradition that they had to pay a “teind” or tithe to Hell. As fallen angels, though not quite devils, they could be seen as subject of the Devil. 



A fourth belief was the fairies were demons entirely. This belief became much more popular with the growth of Puritanism. The hobgoblin, once a friendly household spirit, became a wicked goblin. Dealing with fairies was in some cases considered a form of witchcraft and punished as such in this era. Disassociating himself from such evils may be why Oberon, in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, carefully observed that neither he nor his court feared the church bells. 


The belief in their angelic nature was less common than that they were the dead, but still found popularity, especially in Theosophist circles.[31][32] Informants who described their nature sometimes held aspects of both the third and the fourth view, or observed that the matter was disputed. 



A less-common belief was that the fairies were actually humans; one folktale recounts how a woman had hidden some of her children from God, and then looked for them in vain, because they had become the hidden people, the fairies. This is parallel to a more developed tale, of the origin of the Scandinavian huldra. 

Babies’ laughs 

A story of the origin of fairies appears in a chapter about Peter Pan in J. M. Barrie’s 1902 novel The Little White Bird, and was incorporated into his later works about the character. Barrie wrote, “When the first baby laughed for the first time, his laugh broke into a million pieces, and they all went skipping about. That was the beginning of fairies.” 


Pagan deities 

Many of the Irish tales of the Tuatha Dé Danann refer to these beings as fairies, though in more ancient times they were regarded as goddesses and gods. The Tuatha Dé Danann were spoken of as having come from islands in the north of the world or, in other sources, from the sky. After being defeated in a series of battles with other otherworldly beings, and then by the ancestors of the current Irish people, they were said to have withdrawn to the sídhe (fairy mounds), where they lived on in popular imagination as “fairies.” 


Sources of beliefs 


A hidden people 

One common theme found among the Celtic nations describes a race of diminutive people who had been driven into hiding by invading humans. They came to be seen as another race, or possibly spirits, and were believed to live in an Otherworld that was variously described as existing underground, in hidden hills (many of which were ancient burial mounds), or across the Western Sea. 


In old Celtic fairy lore the sidhe (fairy folk) are immortals living in the ancient barrows and cairns. The Tuatha de Danaan are associated with several Otherworld realms including Mag Mell (the Pleasant Plain), Emain Ablach (the Fortress of Apples or the Land of Promise or the Isle of Women), and the Tir na nÓg (the Land of Youth). 


The concept of the Otherworld is also associated with the Isle of Apples, known as Avalon in the Arthurian mythos (often equated with Ablach Emain). Here we find the Silver Bough that allowed a living mortal to enter and withdraw from the Otherworld or Land of the Gods. According to legend, the Fairy Queen sometimes offered the branch to worthy mortals, granting them safe passage and food during their stay. 


Some 19th-century archaeologists thought they had found underground rooms in the Orkney islands resembling the Elfland in Childe Rowland. In popular folklore, flint arrowheads from the Stone Age were attributed to the fairies as “elf-shot”. The fairies’ fear of iron was attributed to the invaders having iron weapons, whereas the inhabitants had only flint and were therefore easily defeated in physical battle. Their green clothing and underground homes were credited to their need to hide and camouflage themselves from hostile humans, and their use of magic a necessary skill for combating those with superior weaponry.


In Victorian beliefs of evolution, cannibalism among “ogres” was attributed to memories of more savage races, still practicing it alongside “superior” races that had abandoned it. Selkies, described in fairy tales as shapeshifting seal people, were attributed to memories of skin-clad “primitive” people traveling in kayaks. African pygmies were put forth as an example of a race that had previously existed over larger stretches of territory, but come to be scarce and semi-mythical with the passage of time and prominence of other tribes and races. 


Christianized pagan deities 

Another theory is that the fairies were originally worshiped as minor goddesses, such as nymphs or tree spirits, but with the coming of Christianity, they lived on, in a dwindled state of power, in folk belief. In this particular time, fairies were reputed by the church as being ‘evil’ beings. Many beings who are described as deities in older tales are described as “fairies” in more recent writings. Victorian explanations of mythology, which accounted for all gods as metaphors for natural events that had come to be taken literally, explained them as metaphors for the night sky and stars. According to this theory, fairies are personified aspects of nature and deified abstract concepts such as ‘love’ and ‘victory’ in the pantheon of the particular form of animistic nature worship reconstructed as the religion of Ancient Western Europe. 


Spirits of the dead 

A third theory was that the fairies were a folkloric belief concerning the dead. This noted many common points of belief, such as the same legends being told of ghosts and fairies, the sídhe in actuality being burial mounds, it being dangerous to eat food in both Fairyland and Hades, and both the dead and fairies living underground. 



This is another  photo of the fairy creature that appeared in England in 2007 and is an admitted hoax. Some say Mexican TV oftens features hoaxes as reality 


Credit: Dan Baines



Source: Ana Luisa





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    • Don't be hating!

      Aids himself

      • Equalizer

        That appears to be the same demonic ferry I passed this morning, had to be the Taco Bell steak burrito from last night.

        • Praise Jebus

          or the 2nd coming of Jesus?

    • Kwisatz Haderach

      When I read the headline my first thought was that they finally found the dark nasty basement where King of Shambhala operates.

    • Channel of Light

      Looking at the choices that are offered…it appears that this creature originates from a Parallel universe or reality, and that, this creature and others of this nature, share this reality, that being our collective Earth reality.

      It also appears that…more and more of these creatures will be observed in and around those locations where dimensional bleed-throughs / portals remain.

      With respect….


    • whitebear

      Find a real Ndn.

      Ask him/her about the little people.

      Expect humor but you’ll get a sense of truth.

    • Ardin

      The still are from a Youtube video, an awful CGI Youtube video.

    • escape_pod_ready

      my phone takes better pictures than this

    • Anonymous

      No! It’s an ex Congressperson!

    • AliensofAtlantis

      These are real fossilized skull of similar creatures .These are real unlike anything else,and I show them LIVE,granted many cant figure them out still(even though I explain them in detail)but I’ve collected and sold hundreds of non anomalous fossils for years but these are real alien type skulls. “space monkey”skull “faerie” skull random alien skull(i have about a hundred of A quality finds dont worry I dont argue,just show evidence :lol: about the first truther channel anyways(and still going) see you when the world is still here,you fear lovers out there :cool:

    • Anonymous

      Oh my God! What idiot posted this crap!

      • Praise Jebus

        the same who believe in God

        • StraightDopes


          you spend an awful lot of time talking about things you claim don’t exist. kinda strange, dontcha think??

    • Anonymous

      Ha ha ha…ha….Ho ho ho…it’s New Year after end of the Mayan calendar. (psst..they think we are stupid…you know…wasting my time!)

    • WCS

      Cool, this was a good reed. No i do not beleave but its still a good reed. So thanks to the person that took the time. Me and my wife injoied it very much.

    • Blissdreamer

      Oh! Thats either an Uhlinoc or an Uhller. I would have to see if there are slits on either side of the chest. The Uhlinoc has a very limited lung capacity and needs to CONSTANTLY cycle oxygen into its system. They have a fascinating physiology and developed a set of heart like organs that attach to each lung and pump like mini bellows. They have an orifice in the chest that flutters rapidly and and sounds a little like a constant crinkle noise.

      Uhllers are much more sedentary and will live out their life within a single tree if nothing chases or scares them away.

      They are loosely related so I would have to find a better specimen to be certain. Uhllers will make tools for making simple garments or for other things.

      They can be nasty when startled or accosted but are definately not malevolent. Only slightly higher than animal intelligence. Seriously… if you had ever spent time in the forests without any metal on you, Im sure you would have seen them. Especially in Oak groves. They love the acorns.

      Uhller also like Shagbark Hickory groves. Nuts are a common staple.

      Dont accost them if you do manage to see one though. The male Uhlinoc has a nasty bite. They regurgitate bile and stomach juices into their mouth before they bite. Causes a nasty infection. Similar to MRSA.

      Did it have any small accouterments or sharpened thorns with it? Uhllers

      • CrowPie

        Irish are ya?

      • Anonymous

        Uhllers and Uhlinocs? Where did you get this information? Are you serious? Where did you find these creatures? Why don’t they like metal? How did you get to study them? Or is your info a hoax?

    • Nam Marine

      They finally caught Obama!

    • Theron

      I don’t think it would stay crunchy in milk.

    • FusedNail

      I see your fairy, and I raise you one chupacabra!

    • Love All in Jesus

      Hey when I was a kid I wanted to fly just like the Fairies. So I climbed a tree and closed my eyes and jumped:( it was AWSOME !!!!! The breeze in my hair, the wind in my face, for the first time in my life I was truly free:) until…………………. I kissed the ground:( and for the next 2 weeks I looked just like the little dried up fart in the picture. Lol

    • stanley1973

      I have evidence off this Sought of entit I hear them I have the proof that back this up ENJOY WHAT THE WORLD NEED TO SEE

    • praveenbjpr


      • privatess

        shut up you berk

    • Jiliane

      Old, old old news

    • Bill Lyle

      That’s my pet Cecil. I lost him during the Dark Ages. I was wondering what happened to that little bugger.

      • Theron

        You lost him to me in that dice game in Venice. Don’t you remember? He refused to be house broken and kept getting into my beef jerky so I had to put him down. Lil bastard wouldn’t squish or burn (you forgot to tell me about that part) that’s why he is covered in ashes. I finally suffocated the little prick in a mason jar. :wink:

    • HfjNUlYZ

      I have been homeless with no income basically for ower a few years, and being able to access and produce loads of material with Mirror Cameras and quality video with old cameras…. they have something unimaginabely life changing inportant, and manage to film and make a picture with a 1mebapixel chellphone

      You must be kiding me, how come ALWAYS the pictures are liek that, not HIGh tec RAW images, 10+ megapixel minimum, HD multiple source videos, liek seriously..

      Will make list of people like that

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    • guesswhat

      Are these some of the little creatures Steve Quayle has written about?

    • HfjNUlYZ

      the only real thing I see in this picture is the white latex glove this guy is wearing…. c’mon guy,,,

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