By Tom Gardner The haunting signs of lives once lived still echo from every room in this long-abandoned ramshackle ruin. Old Crow Cottage, a Grade II listed building, now stands eerily abandoned since 2009 – the clothes, pictures and other remnants from former inhabitants are untouched and lying under a thick layer of dust. New photographs from inside the dilapidated cottage, in […]Read more ›
Via Humans are Free Since ancient times and across multiple civilizations, Sirius, the dog star, has been surrounded with a mysterious lore. Esoteric teachings of all ages have invariably attributed to Sirius a special status and the star’s importance in occult symbolism is an attestation of that fact. What makes Sirius so special? Is it simply due to the fact […]
By John Black The village of Asuka is located in the Takaichi District of the Nara Prefecture in Japan. Asuka is an ancient land with historical interest. It has its origins in the Tumulus Period (250-552 AD), also called Kofun jidai, which means Old Mound period. This era of Japanese history is characterised by a particular type of burial mound […]
By Dave The following is an article from the Adelaide Chronicle, dated 29th April 1911. It’s interesting and extremely amusing to see how folk over 100 years ago saw the solar system. As a result of profound study of natural laws some scientists have concluded that there are many physical reasons for thinking that if any other planet besides the earth […]
By April Holloway John Dalton (1766 – 1844), an English chemist and physicist, is the man credited today with the development of atomic theory. However, a theory of atoms was actually formulated2,500 years before Dalton by an Indian sage and philosopher, known as Acharya Kanad. Acharya Kanad was born in 600 BC in Prabhas Kshetra (near Dwaraka) in Gujarat, India. […]
My Life with Edgar Cayce (1970) is the autobiography of Cayce’s lifelong friend David E. Kahn as told to Will Oursler. In this article, I am presenting the beginning passage of the first chapter describing what was for Kahn an unexpected and life-changing sequence of occurrences. The book chronicles the events that resulted with Kahn appraising, “Everything in my life was built around […]
By Bonnie Burton Fans disappointed that the “Star Trek”-themed section of a Las Vegas hotel closed can now set their sights on a new tribute to Gene Roddenberry’s galaxy of space exploration and adventure. ”‘Star Trek’ will be represented in force at Paramount Park Murcia, to be located at Alhama de Murcia on the Mediterranean coast about 270 miles southeast of Madrid,” according […]
By Robbie Graham Owls and UFOs. To those with no interest in either the two might seem like chalk and cheese, but these ‘phenomena’ – one assumed to belong exclusively to our world, the other thought to originate ‘elsewhere’ – often go hand-in-hand; at least according to the testimonies of countless UFO experiencers the world over. In has long been theorized […]
By Isaac Butler Forever enraptured by the magic of Disney’s darkest masterpiece, a theater director remembers his terrifying boyhood encounter with “Fantasia.” We all have our origin stories—our radioactive spider bites or parents gunned down outside the Gotham opera. Mine occurred in a movie theater when I was a wee child and features blood, tears and the Devil. It set in motion […]
Announcing the MUFON-based TV series on The History Channel’s H2 network entitled “HANGAR 1: THE UFO FILES” premiering on February 28 2014 at 10:00 pm EST/PST. The series features interviews with Jan Harzan, John Ventre and Jeremy Ray of MUFON and Jason McClellan of “Open Minds” radio along with other experts including Richard Dolan, Grant Cameron, Leslie Kean, and Michael Schratt. In cinematic history, 60 […]
Just after the Civil War, on February 25, 1866–148 years ago today–some miners were prospecting in an old mine on Bald Mountain, in Calaveras County, California, when they happened to come across a human skull. The skull was (supposedly) found beneath a lava bed which also contained fossilized impressions of plants and animals dating back perhaps a million years. The […]
By Matt Byrne firstname.lastname@example.org Maine is known for many things – lobster, blueberries, scenic vacations. But UFO sightings? According to a group of UFO enthusiasts,...
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By Dave The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the never-before-seen break-up of an asteroid, which has fragmented into as many as ten smaller pieces. The images...
- NASA will send a robot to hunt for alien life on Jupiter’s moon Europa
By Jesus Diaz This is amazing news: NASA is sending a mission to Europa! If everything goes well, a roboticsubmarine may...March 5, 2014 at 19:38
By Tom Gardner The haunting signs of lives once lived still echo from every room in this long-abandoned ramshackle ruin. Old Crow Cottage, a Grade II listed building, now...
- ‘Possession’ mixes Jewish folklore and urban legend
By Jim Beckerman One example, from the 1970s: a possessed woman who was being “choked” by the necklace...March 4, 2014 at 19:05
By Douglas Main The case of the voluntary out-of-body experience After a class on out-of-body experiences, a psychology graduate student at the University of Ottawa came...
Via Daily Mail A con-artist psychic who scammed her clients out of millions of dollars was jailed for ten years on Monday. Rosa Marks, 62, was sentenced at a court in Fort...
- Don’t Let One Bad Apple Ruin your Psychic Experience
How to spot the very rare scammer, and walk away by Cindy Griffith-Bennett There are many, many good, reputable...March 4, 2014 at 10:06
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- Astronaut Leroy Chiao Opens Up About His 2005 UFO Sighting
By Lee Speigel In 2005, astronaut Leroy Chiao was commander of the International Space Station for six and...March 3, 2014 at 07:56
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By Douglas Main The case of the voluntary out-of-body experience After a class on out-of-body experiences, a psychology graduate student at the University of Ottawa came forward to researchers to say that she could have these voluntarily, usually before sleep. “She appeared surprised that not everyone could experience this,” wrote the scientists in a study describing the case, published in February in Frontiers in […]Read more ›
By Dave The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the never-before-seen break-up of an asteroid, which has fragmented into as many as ten smaller pieces. The images are dramatic! Although fragile comet nuclei have been seen to fall apart as they approach the Sun, nothing like the breakup of this asteroid, P/2013 R3, has ever been observed before in the asteroid […]Read more ›
By Matt Byrne email@example.com Maine is known for many things – lobster, blueberries, scenic vacations. But UFO sightings? According to a group of UFO enthusiasts, the Pine Tree State ranks near the top nationally for sightings of glowing orbs, mystery craft and other phenomena in the skies. Data from the National UFO Reporting Center puts Maine fourth for sightings per capita, […]Read more ›
By Chris Murphy A father and son say they are convinced they witnessed an unidentified flying object zoom over their house and into the skies above Kent. And although they didn’t grab a photo of what they believe could have been an alien spaceship, one of them has created this computer image of what they saw. Alien spotting website World UFO Photos […]Read more ›
By April Holloway I pray that you are in good health night and day, and I always make obeisance before all the gods on your behalf. I do not cease writing to you, but you do not have me in mind. These are the desperate words of a young soldier to his family, which have been brought to life thanks […]Read more ›
A crushing dive into the ocean’s darkest realms has revealed surprising differences among the marine life that populates the Pacific Ocean’s deepest depths. Researchers from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland discovered the deep-sea diversity while exploring the South Pacific’s New Hebrides trench in November and December 2013. Curling around the islands of Vanuatu and New Caledonia north of New Zealand, the New Hebrides trench […]Read more ›
Listen to podcast HERE Fringe Radio Overnight Special – Jon Kelly. Finally on Friday, March 7th, 2014 at 2 am EST, the sapient trio of K-Talk 630 Am’s Fringe Radio continues their weekly overnight UFO/Paranormal show with Jon Kelly. JON KEY is an international clinician and internationally acclaimed communications expert who released key intelligence pertaining to the Iraq War two years in advance of the […]Read more ›
By Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times It has long been held in Buddhist tradition that accomplished monks accumulate a substance in their bodies that ordinary people do not. This substance is left behind in a monk’s ashes when he is cremated, appearing as pearl-like beads or gems. The substance is thought to be accumulated from other realms, to be not quite of this […]Read more ›
By Martin Clemens When you think of the term ‘witch trials’, what comes to mind? Elizabethan Puritans? The Catholic Malleus Maleficarum – more famously known as The Witches Hammer? Salem, Massachusetts? Or is it something more intangible, like unjust imprisonment, or torture, or a viral fear of anything beyond the status quo? When do you think the last witch trial happened? 16th century? […]Read more ›