ALIEN – ET WATCHERS, Witches, Striga Clues

by Theresa J. Thurmond Morris 

Watchers on earth as it is in heaven is becoming popular and not a dying art. Keeping up with the Clues of Aliens & Ets compared to Witches and Vampires is beginning to share the same supernatural and paranormal indicators: Alien and ET stories of the Watchers are compared to the Striga of Earth.


Theatrical poster by Drew Struzan


Ancient Alien Theorists are now sharing their finds.

Have you heard about the new book by Erich von Daniken called HISTORY IS WRONG?

A harsh critique of a Social Essay is still Freedom of Speech. We have political consultants that plant stories. We have shapeshifters one earth and some are becoming of interest. How do we know who we are really dealing with in life on the Internet in social networks. We should be careful with our outing information because many beings work undercover as in whom we call Men in Black who intimidate witnesses.

  • Witch Hunts and this is now a term we use as is  many other popular  terms.
  • We have some research to do regarding the need for secret societies and for understanding the various levels of knowledge and acquiring the Ascension Levels of those who came before.


We do need to create the separations that are simply definitions of topics, tags, keywords, and knowledge.


We must remember that we are in control and the effective way to complete our agrairian roots which were planted in all of us as our root race is to become involved. This is the Ascension Center Enlightenment and the Physical involvement level.  

We can become AGRARIANS once again to instill faith in humanity.


We must make some changes. Thomas Jefferson was an Agrarian Representative and we can believe in a Nature’s God/ This can take on various meanings for all.



The good and bad or positive and negative can be compaAgrarianism is not identical with the back-to-the-land movement, but it can be helpful to think of it in those terms. Agrarianism concentrates on the fundamental goods of the earth, communities of more limited economic and political scale than in modern society, and on simple living–even when this shift involves questioning the “progressive” character of some recent social and economic developments. Thus agrarianism is not industrial farming, with its specialization on products and industrial scale.



Read about the Elysians and Alysiams.

(See some research in a prior article on the alians who go by these names in our history.)One set of Watchers as Angels is considered good with honors. One set is considered Demons and considered bad with evil intent or tricks with no treats.

Normal and/or Paranormal investigators are always on alert during full moons for the lunacy among whom we call lunatics. This is also compared to those who go beyond the normalcy of how we celebrate Halloween. Many believe the beginning of the celebration of Hallowed Eve was created for various reasons dealing with the coming of the spirits once the body has been released. We can prove that this was intended but for now we shall certainly celebrate the season as a Neo-Christian and Pagan Ritual. There will be some in the Pagan Community that can explain Sanhaim.

  • Halloween

    Halloween as we now call it started its life as a Celtic celebration on the 31st of October, called “Sanheim” which means summers end, this was also the end…

  • Samhain – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    In modern Ireland and Scotland, the name by which Halloween is known in the Gaelic ….. A to Z of Halloween – Ancient and modern Samhain and Halloween …. (Orlando) · HalloweenSpooktacular (San Diego) · Halloween in the Castro

  • Druids and Halloween

    kids in costume reflect old tradition of fooling the demons at Sanheim  Halloween in Scotland and Ireland was a folk festival, distinct from religion,


Which side as the Good and the Bad support is the Game of Life. We can each vote our choice in the MATRIX game of life in reality and many use the Virtual Games to test their won will power to follow good and evil or to become positive or negative about life on earth.

We can share more later but being the Witcher Season I thought it best to go ahead and get our Neophytes started as part of the process for the Newbies in the Game of Life. One must determine what is real and what is virtual in life and the children of this era due to computers which offer good information also offers games in virtual reality. In the Matrix one must follow the power to discern. The veil is at it’s thinnest now and many shall become confused.
I would love to discuss this as an Irin Agashan Avatar Ascended Master level but I am asked to simply bring this to the forefront of our minds at this time to prevent a terrible tragedy that is inflaming the situation. Make sure that all our Halloween celebrations are kept in tact and we realize there is reasonable suspicion for many to make tragedy and comedy out of what many on earth take very seriously as this is a time of harvest and memories with certain dedicated tribes, , clans, and groups to savor routine procedures and traditions. We as members of the ET UFO Community can realize that this is a planet for realizing concerns in adversity and unity. There are many stories that popularize the meaning of Halloween and Witches and Vampires.
There is also some truth to our ancient history that involves the wars of the worlds and the Wars of the Gods in space. The cause of death of our species and the transition from one state of bliss of essence to another use to be compared to a state of transition as one becoming as a star.  To another as Astara deals with various levels of energy.
We each create our own world and what information we accept as our own truth. In some religions, we still compare our lives with which ones will go to a place called Heaven and which ones will go to a place called Hell. We have various words which can mean the same thing. Recently the History Channel has covered stories on both Heaven and Hell. Also the Lords and Hosts therefore meaning one who rules over both Kingdoms.
There are more, many more words, dimensions, planes, dimensions, and we are going to begin to discover more. We will be entering a majick kingdom so to speak
We will still have various websites that assist. There are some examples here for our readers to peruse.. 
There is much honor in those who desire to play the game of life who are planning their next play while on earth.  Many of our species may have gotten off on the wrong foot but this
can be resolved. Please notify all operations of our websites in the ET UFO Community.
STRIGA AND STRIGES/ It is time to begin our Ascension Center Enlightenment lessons as of Oct. 31, 2010 to include the Watchers, and how Aliens, Vampires, Angels both Dark and Light are compared to today’s Vampires. Halloween it the Witcher Season of Knowledge.
All education is good so keep an open mind. TJ The Watchers of the Ancients as Extraterrestrials and of the Ancient Astronauts are shared throughout the oldest stories prior to and including  the Bible and Sumerian Ancient Codexes. Our secret societies are about what we were not able to share with everyone.
The ancient Hebrews also made reference to the Watchers, in Daniel 4:13-17 they are called the Irin, or Watchers who appear to be an order of angels. In Hebrew lore the Irin were a high order of angels who sat on the supreme Judgment Council of the Heavenly Court. 
STRIGA OR PLURAL STRIGES could be considered the Watcher Angels. Some through time say they took on positive energy and at other times throughout history some say they took on negative energy.
Striga: Vampire of Italy
First Cited and Able to Source & Share as of Wednesday, 13 January 2010 21:11 Larae
The one time home of the Roman Empire and later the heart of Christendom, one of the main places from which opposition to the undead originated and has been led. The Christian, later Catholic, church, with it’s hierarchy in the Vatican, helped to give shape in the West to many of the most important and most recognizable elements of vampire lore, from bloodsuckers’ inherently evil natures to their fear of the cross, holy water, communion, and the saints. Italy has no modern indigenous vampire species, although there are many customs related to death, the dead, ghosts, or returning spirits.
 For Example, Abruzzi or Abruzzo, a region in central Italy, has very interesting concepts related to the departed coming back once a year, on November 1. These beliefs are related to surviving elements of the ancient Roman religion, including the lemuria, as well as the anthesteria of the Greeks.
On November 1, candles were placed on the graves of loved ones, and all windows and homes were kept well lighted to allow the deceased to return to their families. A meal of bread and water was set out on the kitchen table, with a lamp. According to tradition, the dead marched in procession from their graves on that date, with the souls of the good leading the way. 
The good were followed by those who were evil, murder victims, or condemned. Abruzzi individuals who performed certain rituals could stand at a crossroads and see the spirits, although such a sight led inevitably to madness and death.
The entity most like the vampire in Italian Traditions is the witch (striga), usually an old hag who, in the pattern set by the strix, will attack children with her curses, causing them to waste away. A complicated set of rituals are followed to be rid of her, but the surest remedy is to rely upon the powers of the Church.
Works Cited
Melton, Gordon J. The Vampire Book: The Encyclopedia of the Undead. Canton,MI. Visible Ink Press, 1999.
Bunson, Matthew. The Vampire Encyclopedia . Gramercy, 2000.
This information is free to use, all I ask is that you link back to and please keep all the works cited in tact! These authors/web sites deserve full recognition for their time, effort, and hard work.
It was only Petronius who implied that they possibly possessed some good when he claimed striges to be wise women of the night who possessed the power to overthrow the natural order of things. Petronius claimed striges to be wise women of the night who possessed the power to overthrow the natural order of things.
With the rise of Christianity, striges still endured in folklore but in low Latin became a term for witch. The Church effected laws making it a sin to believe in such evil spirits or make offerings to them. One such law in Saxony made such belief punishable by execution.
Every other description claimed them to be degenerative.
There are several legends concerning the striga, striges plural, Italian Witch. One version has them as women who turn themselves into terrible birds of prey, having huge talons, misshaped heads, and breasts filled with poisonous milk. Just as the Lamia and succubi, they pre on unprotected sleeping men and children. Following sexual intercourse, after they change into women, they drink the man’s blood. To small children, they offer their poisonous milk. They have been associated with screech owls, birds of sorcery, whose feathers were used to cast magical spells in classical myths.
Ovid surmised three theories as to their origin: 
Strigas: They were born as striges, they were enchanted, or they were hags placed under a spell. 
By the Middle Ages striges were distinctly associated with the Devil and demonology clearly associated with screech owls. They were clearly thought to cast spells to cause men to waste away; thus came the tern “owl-blasted.”
As one can plainly see the above bias version of striges is from a Christian viewpoint. 
However, those having a more objective and favorable view of Witchcraft, its mysteries and lore tell different versions. 
In Italian witchlore the Watchers, related to the striges, was describes in an old Strega myth as recounted by Charles Lelandin his Aradia–Gospel of the Witches, 1890. In the myth, Diana went to the fathers of the Beginning, and to the mothers, the spirits who were before the first spirit. These spirits are the Grigori, also called in some traditions The Old Ones. The Watchers are believed to be an ancient race that developed beyond the need for physical form. Teachings exit that they once lived on earth and could possibly be associated with the legendary Atlantis and of ancient Egypt. It is thought that they originated from the stars. In one legend it reads, “Though I am a child of the earth, my Race is of the stars.”
The ancient Hebrews also made reference to the Watchers, in Daniel 4:13-17 they are called the Irin, or Watchers who appear to be an order of angels. 
In Hebrew lore the Irin were a high order of angels who sat on the supreme Judgment Council of the Heavenly Court. The nearest concept in modern Christianity of the Watcher is the guardian angel. 
However, in the Apocryphal Books of Enoch and Jubilees they are referred to as the Fallen Angels originally sent to teach man law and justice.
 In the Secret Book of Enoch in which they are called the Watchers, they are referred to as the rebellious angels who joined the Sataniel to wage a heavenly war.
From these different versions of the legendary striga, or striges, one can easily see how they can be viewed as either bad or good. It was only Petronius who implied that they possibly possessed some good when he claimed striges to be wise women of the night who possessed the power to overthrow the natural order of things. Every other description claimed them to be degenerative.
 The Church first took them as evil spirits, not helping anyone, and eventually associated them with the Devil and demonology. People were forbidden to respect them, serving to strengthen the Church’s authority. 
The legends of the sriges resemble the legends of Lilith. 
In their hatred of the Great Mother, the Jews claimed she drank the blood of Abel. 
By the Middle Ages the Hebrew still made amulets to ward off the lilim. Her daughters, lusty she-demons, copulated with men, in dreams, causing nocturnal emissions.
Only in a non-ecclesiastical view are the striges are described as having any good characteristics. 
Some Jews saw them as angels sitting in judgment. 
In the ancient Stellar Cults of Mesopotamia, the Watchers were “royal” Stars, known as Lords, who guarded the four quadrants of the earth. 
They have been assigned various duties, but inevitably each time the Judeo-Christian religion characterizes them as possessing demonic traits. A.G.H.
Grimassi, Raven. The Wiccan Mysteries: Ancient Origins and Traditions. St. Taul. MN. Llewellyn Publications. 1999. pp. 100-102.
Guiley, Rosemary Ellen. The Encyclopedia of Witches and Witchcraft. New York: Facts On File, 1989. p. 331.
A striga (Polish: strzyga) is a woman transformed into a monster by a curse. She is filled with hatred towards all living beings, devouring them without second thought.
Goddess and Witchcraft
Within this section are described the beliefs, ceremonies and practices of Goddess worship and witchcraft. To many the two are synonymous, however, witchcraft includes more practices than just Goddess worship. Also both concepts and their practices are embodied in Neo-paganism. The following descriptions will attempt to explain past and present meanings of these beliefs and practices.
The following articles are presented:
10 Baby Steps Out Of The Broom Closet
Adam and Lilith: Thanatos and Resurrection of the Archetypal Goddess
Book of Shadows
Burning Times
Cauldron Mysteries
Cone of power
Doors of Precession, The
Devil’s mark
Drawing Down the Moon
Fermentation Mysteries
Flying (Transvection)
Golden Bough
The Goddess–I, Intorduction and History
The Goddess–II, The Virgin
The Goddess–III, The Mother
The Goddess–IV, The Crone
The Goddess and the Bull: A Survey of the Archetype
Great Rite
Green witchcraft
Grove, Sacred
Helms Amendment
Hedge Witch
Herding Cats
History of the Fates
The Horned God
Invocation of the God/Goddess
Lake Nemi
Light and Darkness
King of the Woods (Rex Nemorensis)
Ozark Witchcraft
Sea Witches
Slain God
Solitary Goddess Love
Soul of the World
The Doors of Precession: Lunar Deities…
Transformation Mysteries
Transvection (Flying)
Voice of the Wind
Wheel of the Year
Wiccan Mythos
Witch’s ladder
Witch’s mark
I looked for the words “Witcher urgently needed”. And then there’d be a sacred site, a dungeon, necropolis or ruins, forest ravine or grotto hidden in the mountains, full of bones and stinking carcasses. Some creatures which lived to kill, out of hunger, for pleasure, or invoked by some sick will. A manticore, wyvern, fogler, aeschna, ilyocoris, chimera, leshy, vampire, ghoul, graveir, were-wolf, giant scorpion, striga, black annis, kikimora, vypper… so many I’ve killed.
— page 116, The Last Wish (UK edition)
— page 148, The Last Wish (US edition)
From a GAME
Velerad leapt up from his chair. “The princess looks like a striga!” he yelled. “Like the most strigish striga I have heard of! Her Royal Highness, the cursed royal bastard, is four cubits high, shaped like a barrel of beer, has a maw which stretches from ear to ear and is full of dagger-like teeth, has red eyes and a red mop of hair! Her paws, with claws like a wild cat’s, hang down to the ground! I’m surprised we’ve yet to send her likeness to friendly courts! The princess, plague choke her, is already fourteen. Time to think of giving her hand to a prince in marriage!”
— page 15, The Last Wish (UK edition)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Strega, the Italian word for witch, may refer to:
Stregoneria – Italian Witchcraft and Folk Magic.
Stregheria, or the Strega tradition of modern Italian wiccan styled witchcraft.
a female practitioner of Stregheria
Strega Prize, an Italian literary award
Strega, a novel by Andrew Vachss.
Strega (liqueur)
Strega: A fictional group of Persona Users in the game Persona 3.
Strega, a group of pagan magic users who are part of the protectors of Venice in the Heirs of Alexandria series by Mercedes Lackey, Eric Flint, and Dave Freer.
Striga – The Witcher Wiki
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GRAIN | Seedling | 2006 | Swapping Striga for patents
GRAIN | Seedling | 2006 | Swapping Striga for patents – GRAIN is an international non-governmental organisation which promotes the sustainable management … 
There are several legends concerning the striga, striges plural, Italian Witch. One version has them as women who turn themselves into terrible birds of …
Striga (plant) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Striga, commonly known as witchweed, is a genus of 28 species of parasitic plants that occur naturally in parts of Africa, Asia, and Australia. … – Wikipedia is a wiki, meaning that anyone can edit any unprotected page, and improve articles immediately for all readers. You do not even need to register to do this. Anyone who has edited is known as a Wikipedia editor and no matter how trivial the edit may seem, can be proud they have helped make Wikipedia what it is – all those edits add up!
Note: You can use thesandbox to experiment with page editing.
Striga has been given the common name of “witchweed” because of attaching to the roots and … The Striga found in India is most often has white flowers. …
When we are children we may not have the powers to discern what is good and bad right and wrong but after a certain age we are still held accountable. 
There will be many movies out that are  PG13. Michael  Jackson had the right idea with his rendition of Thriller which was a music video but the fun idea was conveyed to many who are now adults.  We can all make a difference. Choose your battles. We care to be aware and to share our lives now on this social network we call UFO Digest and one I am working on called Hope you will consider us all friends for the world as truthseekers. My old writings are on books now available on Amazon. My future books will be much different. Thanks for sharing this 2010 Halloween Witcher Season. Love and Light. I use IMDB a lot on the web. My daughters were in a cult classic called WItchcraft III, Angela Parrish the model, and Ginger Parrish the Photographer’s Assistant. Angie is the tall blonde. Gig is the tall brunette.
Note: I do not approve of Movies that scare and put fear in people about aliens that kill humans but, it has been a part of our world long before I came here. Skyline 11.12.2010 looks scary according to ads on TV. I am more inline with the Witches of Eastwick for humor.
I really enjoyed the Bette Midler portrayal of a witch singing “I PUT A SPELL ON YOU!” in a movie that has beccome a cult classic this time of year with Sarah Jessica Parker
, and Kathy Njimi who all three were wonderful.In 1693 Salem, Massachusetts, three witch-sisters–Winifred (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Mary (Kathy Najimy)–are hanged after killing


This movie really sparkles in the representations of the witches, who are all cast perfectly.Bette Midler provides for a hilarious and almost frightening


HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2010 – TJ MORRIS – www.socialparanormal.comThe movie begins on October 311693 in Salem, Massachusetts. The town is haunted by three witches, siblings Winifred, Sarah and Mary, who kidnap a young girl named Emily Binx to suck out her lifeforce to regain their youth. Successfully achieving their goal, the sisters are attacked by Emily’s older brother Thackery Binx who saw them luring Emily to their house and punish him by cursing and transforming him into an immortal black cat to live with the guilt of not being able to save Emily. The town’s citizens arrest the witches to hang them, but Winifred uses her spellbook to ensure their return from beyond the grave when a virgin lights the Black-Flamed Candle in their home. The three witches are hanged and Binx chooses to live his immortal life guarding the house so no one will resurrect them.

Three hundred years later, on Halloween of 1993, Max, his little sister Dani, and love interest Allison investigate the now urban legend of the witches. Max goofs around in the house and lights the candle as a joke and ends up bringing the witches back to life. The three immediately plan to suck out Dani’s life, needing to absorb the lifeforces of more children to prevent them from dying again at dawn. However, Max fools them with modern day technology, escaping with the spellbook and Binx, who can still talk despite being a cat. Retreating to a cemetery, the children are quickly confronted by the witches, who are unable to place their feet on the cemetery’s hallowed ground. Winifred instead summons Billy Butcherson, her undead and unfaithful lover, to capture the children and retrieve her book. Billy had an affair with Sarah, and in return, Winifred poisoned him and stitch his mouth shut. Escaping across town, the children find their parents at a Halloween party at city hall. The witches follow, Winifred entertaining the audience with her own rendition of “I Put a Spell on You“, bewitching the adults to literally dance until they die.

The children lure the witches to a high school where they try to kill them by burning them alive in a kiln. Thinking they are dead, the children celebrate by cheering and dancing in the street and head home. However, the witches are not dead and see a beacon of light from the book after Max and Allison open it to find a way to break the curse on Binx. While downstairs, Max and Allison realize something is not right and are attacked by the sisters who then flee with Dani and Binx. Sarah uses her siren-like singing voice to hypnotise the children of Salem to approach their house. Max and Allison race to save Dani and Binx, once again fooling the witches before fleeing to the cemetery. The witches pursue them, despite having victory in their clutches. Billy shows up while Max holds him off, but instead of letting the witches kill him, he ends up helping Max.

As dawn approaches, a battle occurs between the children and the witches. Binx is mortally wounded by Winifred after she throws him to the ground and onto a boulder while he was stopping Winifred from forcing the life potion into Dani’s mouth and knocks the vial out of her hand. Max threatens to smash it if she does not let Dani go and Winifred threatens to kill her if he does. Max then drinks the potion, forcing Winifred to take him instead. She grabs him and flies him up into the air, but they fall off the broom after Max puts up a fight. As Winifred grabs Max and starts to suck the life out of him, she is turned to stone for standing on the hallowed ground. The sun rises, killing the witches, and Binx dies, too, but reappears as a ghost in his human form. He says that his soul is finally free because the witches are dead. He thanks Max and Dani for freeing him and then hears Emily calling for him. He tells Dani that he will always be with her, kisses her cheek, and then walks over to Emily. He waves goodbye before walking into the afterlife with Emily while Max, Allison, and Dani happily watch. The movie ends with everyone at city hall leaving, their curse being broken by the witches’ death.

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