Listen to podcast HERE It was in 1991 when family counselor, regression and hypnotherapist Barbara Lamb had her first taste of what would become a central and paradigm shattering part of her practice – regressing individuals who’d had personal encounters with ET beings. For nearly 25 years, Barbara has been working with these individuals to help restore memories of their […]Read more ›
Via Atlas Obscura In Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery, on a well-worn headstone, you can barely make out the inscription “The Martyr” above the name Washington Irving Bishop. The rest of the long epitaph below is too deteriorated to read, but the late Bishop was renowned in his time as one of the great mentalists of the 19th century. Yet it was […]
Are you still waiting for the government or military to come out with a statement announcing disclosure, telling the world at long last yes they exist? Let me give you a big hint — don’t hold your breath! You are simply wasting your time if that is what you think will happen and waiting for it is really a useless […]
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 […]
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Via Daily Mail From dried out monkey heads and antelope skulls to dead birds and crates of baby crocodiles, the wares on sale at the Marche des Feticheurs in the Togolese capital, Lomé, are unusual to say the least. The largest voodoo pharmacy in the world, the market offers a cornucopia of bizarre cures such as ‘strengthening’ elephant femur bones and […]Read more ›
Via Daily Mail A couple claim they spotted a black panther on the loose in an Essex field, describing it as a ‘big scary cat’. Lynn Lacy and husband Michael were at home when they allegedly spotted the beast, which they claim was ‘jet black’ and ‘too big’ to be a dog or cat. Mrs Lacy, 56, took this photo of the […]Read more ›
One hundred and twenty-six years ago today, on March 11, 1888, one of the largest blizzards ever to hit North America began its icy assault on the eastern seaboard. As my professional academic research involves environmental disasters in the past, particularly weather-related ones, I naturally did some research on the Blizzard of 1888. It’s an interesting story, but while scanning […]Read more ›
By The Citizen Mystery objects have been seen high in the sky above Gloucester to put UFO spotters in the area on high alert. Hucclecote mum Sarah-Jane Stanley was out walking in Churchdown on Sunday evening when she caught sight of a mysterious object plummeting towards earth…..Read more ›
Paranormal activity at a North-east castle has been caught on tape by Evening Express reporter Anthony Joseph. Ahead of an event exploring the spiritual life of Drum Castle, Anthony spent the night in the castle, with some fascinating results. He might not have seen a ghost, but says he definitely witnessed paranormal activity, including moving lights, objects mysteriously appearing and […]Read more ›
Via CBC News UFO sightings in Canada are sky high, hitting a total only seen once before in the past 25 years. There were 1,180 UFO sightings reported in 2013, or about three each day, according to the Canadian UFO Survey, an annual survey released Tuesday by Winnipeg-based UFOlogy Research of Manitoba. It is the second-highest number recorded in Canada in the past 25 years. The peak year […]Read more ›
By Jen Engevik If you’re a proud dog owner, you’re probably already aware of their amazing and sometimes baffling powers. Not only are they adorable and 100 percent loyal, they seem to have an uncanny ability to read our minds and often be one step ahead. According to clinical animal behaviorist Rosie Barclay who was recently interviewed by Express, it is what you can’t […]Read more ›
By April Holloway The thigh bones of a medieval monk were exposed in a cliff face by a spate of bad weather along the British coastline. A beach walker was surprised to see the monk’s leg bones sticking out of the cliff in Monknash, South Wales, which was once a burial ground in the Middle Ages. Mandy Ewington was strolling […]Read more ›