- On January 22nd I had a major operation. They opened
a 13 centimer section of my spinal cord and removed a tumour. The doctors
say they have never, in thousands of operations, ever seen a tumour like
- It looks like a salamander and has clearly defined eyes
and a tail. I took a picture of it with my cell phone camera.
- It may be what was responsible for the weird visions
I had of the nature of the universe. Since it was on my spinal cord it
was directly attached to my brain.
- As I said before, it has what appears to be eyes and
a mouth and the doctors reported some hard matter (spine?) in the tail
of the creature. It was 8.3 cm long.
- I have asked the doctors for hi rez pictures. It has
been sent to a lab for testing but results are not expected for 10 days.
However, one of the doctors told me the tail seemed to have a bony structure
in it. That is not something you would expect to find in a tumour made
of nerve cells. Also, you can see what look like eyes. This really is bizzare.
- By the way, I feel just fine except for the fact they
sawed open my back-bone.
- (Excerpted from email)
- Benjamin Fulford
- Ben sent me the photo...and here it is. Let us
know your thoughts...please email to: webmaster
- From TC
- I think that this is some kind of parasite, probably
native to tropical regions. Parasites stranger than this are common in
the tropical regions. If Ben had travelled to a tropical country recently
and went hiking in the jungle, that's likely where it came from. It's also
possible that a young version of this parasite was placed under his skin
by his enemies. I'm not a doctor, but I'm sure if one looks for this in
medical texts, it will show up as a tropical parasite.
- From M.A. Guinnane
- I've come to believe Fulford is a looney tunes type.
I mean, all his talk about some Ninja telling the Illuminati to cool it
or they're dead meat, etc. etc., makes me believe he's lost touch with
reality. Completely. This eel that was in his spine supposedly . . . probably
came out of a swamp somewhere and he fabricated the surgery story, delusional
to the point of believing his own lies.
- Well, I hope I'm wrong. Wouldn't it be terrific if some
trained assassins brought down the Illuminati? We tend to believe what
we want to believe, however, till it becomes so far-fetched that your intellect
refuses to swallow it.
- From Steve B.
- Hi there what ever this object is, would one say that
this is a normal thing to remover from one's spine erea...i doubt it...
i'm sure it must be some creature that like a ring worm has planted itself
into his spine,, What ever it is.. 'WERID' YUK... must be an alien transplant
- From Ellen B.
- I seem to remember a doctor in California who had removed
a lot of implants, and odd "stuff" from people. I'm going to
do some digging, and will get back to you if I find his name.he might know
something about this. I can't help but wonder if Ben's getting picked up
while he's sleeping, by some strange folks/creatures? Maybe some hypnosis
therapy will help him. Best of luck to you, Ben. You are in my prayers.
- From Patricia R.
- Thirty years ago I took a college-level course in parasitology(I
am a med lab tech,by the way)and would have to say that whatever it is
fits into the parasitic category. It is too large to be a bacterium, virus,
rickettseae, etc. I know that the cause of Leishmoniasis Donovani enters
near the ear and eyes and somehow enters the brain. Parasites need a healthy
host from where they can attach and gain nutrients,etc. And they are usually
more complex than the creatures one studies in microbiology.
- Was Mr. Fulford someplace where this could have
entered through his anus or rectum? Possibly a hot-tub-like environment?
That might explain the TYPE of parasite it is. Another explanation which
is very bizaare is that certain nerves when misplaced can grow together
into a kind of faux nervous system thus giving the appearance of an entirely
- Naturally, that is extremely rare. If possible,
I would have the thing checked for DNA. It looks like a fish but in early
stages so do many forms of embryos for humans, mammals, reptiles,etc. Just
looking at it makes me think of one of those white goldfish-only with an
odd tail developing into an unknown appendage. Goldfish are a kind of carp
and carp live well on garbage and junk found in rivers. DO NOT THROW IT
OUT UNTIL YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS! It could re-attach itself to someone or
- From Sam Ross
- It's possible that it's an undeveloped TWIN!
- From Don M.
- In response to the latest article about Benjamin Fulford:
- Are we to believe this is real? There is nothing on Fulford's
website. Also who undergoes a major operation and goes back to work the
- Is this an effort to make people think Fulford is delusional?
Maybe he was delusional as "he" alluded to in this latest article?
The "tumor" has eyes and a spinal cord next to Fulford's own
spinal cord. This sounds like a parasite from the old Star Trek series
or something from "Matrix".
- I am going to wait and see where this goes. Right now
it seems very strange and coincidental considering Fulford's past articles.
- This is another example to remind me to be very careful
to consider the sources of articles and be a critical reader. It's really
difficult to separate fact from fiction when you are so removed from the
original source. Sadly, I am skeptical about nearly everything I read or
hear these days as a result.
- From John
- Remember that Vincent Price movie back in the 60"s
? The Tingler? That is what comes to mind when looking at the creature
they retrieved from Mr. Fulford's spine.
- From Lynne Benedict
- There are rare medical instances where one of a set of
twins stop developing in utero and is absorbed by it's sibling. The now
single is born, grows and never knows it was actually a twin until something
triggers the absorbed undeveloped fetus to begin developing again wherever
it happened to lodge.
- It is then diagnosed as a tumor and removed surgically,
only to be correctly diagnosed as a malformed twin after surgery.
- This looks like the same condition.
- I hope this helps
- From Tweishar
- Welcome to the world of modified genetics, airborne chemicals,
and various types of radiation. We see the horrific results of depleted
uranium on the unborn. Throw in the strange looking animals, puberty at
age eight, and bee colony collapse, and a salamander tumor seems normal.
The more the chemical, cell phone, and weapons industries deny risk, the
more cases we seem to find. We are entering one of those science fiction
movie scripts, just waiting for the monster created by chemicals and radiation.
DNA is part of the balance of nature, and Monsanto, Lockeed, and AT&T
are disrupting it.
- Maybe the barium and aluminum chemtrails will cause the
migrating geese to lay golden eggs.
- From Leslie Bell s
- Looks like he had an undeveloped twin. Not uncommon.
Usually the non-viable twin material is absorbed completely by the surviving
twin in vitro, but due to the location in the bone it seems like it was
impossible. Fulford might have developed into Siamese twins conjoined at
- Some children are born with partially or fully formed
twins that usually present as large tumors. As they are obvious at birth,
they are usually taken care of.
- Some are not discovered until adulthood, fully internal,
and are common tabloid fodder.
- As this "twin" was at an extremely early embryonic
stage, it's doubtful that it had any kind of a brain that could have been
communicating with Fulford through his spine and nerves.
- The early Church taught that the soul entered the body
at birth, not at conception, so it's doubtful that Fulford was communicating
with his twin on the other side either.
- But we can't really be sure until we get there ourselves.
- At least he can rest assured that what happened to him
isn't abnormal, or even that uncommon, and certainly not paranormal or
extraterrestrial. I'm surprised the doctor didn't immediately know exactly
what it was and just tell him.