Air Kraken Research
Brass Goggles has usually listed Air Kraken Day as the same week as St Patricks day. I think it is due to a few things.
- Air Kraken swarms are accompanied by a rain shower so we usually carry umbrellas (bumbershoots) which double as camouflage.
- Air Krakens don’t attack people that have a high blood alcohol content.
- Air Krakens can’t stand the sound of bagpipes.
Air Krakens seem to live in the Aether occupying the Leonid dust belt. There are always a few in our atmosphere, but they appear en-masse this week. After comparing the appearance dates for the swarms for the last 20 years I realized that they have a similar pattern to the Beta Leonids meteor showers. Could it be that the home of the Air Krakens is within the aetheric dustbelt that the Earth plows through this time of year.
It would explain many things that we have wondered about.
-Most Air Kraken carcasses recovered after battle are male.
-Larger Female Air Kraken carcasses are usually found only this time of year, and are devoid of any eggs.
If the Female Air Krakens live in the Leonid dust belt and the males living on Earth spawn as the planet passed through the belt, the increase in aggressive behaviour would be explained… along with the decrease in sightings after this week.
While it is too late to plan for this year, construction is underway on an Aethership that will be dropped into the belt next year as the Earth passes through the belt. Cameras and detecting equipment will be operated by the orphans onboard the craft to record any Kraken activity. It is hoped that the radio signals received from the craft will confirm this Aetheric Kraken theory. The orphans will unfortunately perish, but their contribution to science will be heralded by generations to come.
You can read the story which gave us the concept of Air Krakens, “Horror of the Heights” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: