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David Paulides : スコットランドの Kelpies 伝説が Missing-411 の密接に関連?

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・ともに、行方不明や水と関係しているゆえに…という話。

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・16:10 視聴者からの情報。スコットランドの伝説 Kelpies (*1)、変身する水棲の妖精。水中に棲み、馬の姿。子供をかどわかし、川に引きずり込み、食べる。時に馬ではなく、人間に変身(*2)。美女に変身して若い男をかどわかす。

・この話を聞いて、私(David Paulides)は北部 California の先住民(native american tribes)の伝説を連想した。川の蛇(river serpent)だが、馬の頭をしている。何世紀も昔からの伝説。

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・後述の Wikipedia の

but narratives about the kelpie also served a practical purpose in keeping children away from dangerous stretches of water, and warning young women to be wary of handsome strangers.

 という箇所が abduction を連想させる。具体的にはグレイ種族の生殖能力の衰退で人間との混血がどうのこうの…というアレ。


(*2)


・後述の Wikipedia によると、人間に変身しても蹄のままだと。それで思い出した。ある abductee が似たような体験を語っていた。目の隅(or 眼鏡をずらすと?)で見ると相手(人間に化けた ET)の手が人間のそれではなかった…とかいう話。

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・Wikipedia によると…

Kelpie, or water kelpie, is a shape-shifting water spirit inhabiting the lochs and pools of Scotland. It is a Celtic legend; however, analogues exist in other cultures. It is usually described as a black horse like creature, able to adopt human form. Some accounts state that the kelpie retains its hooves when appearing as a human, leading to its association with the Christian idea of Satan as alluded to by Robert Burns in his 1786 poem "Address to the Devil".

Almost every sizeable body of water in Scotland has an associated kelpie story, but the most extensively reported is that of Loch Ness. Parallels to the general Germanic neck or nixie and the Scandinavian backahast have been observed. More widely, the wihwin of Central America and the Australian bunyip have been seen as counterparts. The origin of the belief in malevolent water horses has been proposed as originating in human sacrifices once made to appease gods associated with water, but narratives about the kelpie also served a practical purpose in keeping children away from dangerous stretches of water, and warning young women to be wary of handsome strangers.

Kelpies have been portrayed in their various forms in art and literature, including recently as two 30-metre (98 ft) high steel sculptures in Falkirk, The Kelpies, completed in October 2013.

ref: Kelpie - Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelpie


・これの巨大彫像が…

The Kelpies are 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures depicting kelpies (shape-shifting water spirits), standing next to a new extension to the Forth and Clyde Canal, and near River Carron, in The Helix, a new parkland project built to connect 16 communities in the Falkirk Council Area, Scotland.[1] The sculptures were designed by sculptor Andy Scott and were completed in October 2013.[2] The sculptures form a gateway at the eastern entrance to the Forth and Clyde canal, and the new canal extension built as part of The Helix land transformation project. The Kelpies are a monument to horse-powered heritage across Scotland.[3]

The sculptures were opened to the public in October 2013.[4] As part of the project, they will have their own visitor centre, and sit beside a newly developed canal turning pool and extension. This canal extension reconnects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the River Forth, and improves navigation between the East and West of Scotland.

ref: The Kelpies - Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kelpies


(2020-04-08)
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