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Jordan Maxwell – The Dark Side of Occult Symbolism & Christianity – Red Ice Radio

Listen to Podcast Jordan Maxwell continues as a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His work on the subject of secret societies, both ancient and modern, and their symbols, has fascinated audiences around the world for decades. Considering the rapidly moving events of today, and the very real part that hidden religious agendas […]

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E.T. Souls,  What Do You Think?

E.T. Souls, What Do You Think?

By Chris Holly

While reading my emails I came across one from a my reader I found very interesting. Her email was short and to the point. She asked me a question that I kept thinking about until I decided to answer her with this article. I wanted to ask you who read the articles of the paranormal what your thoughts may be […]

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Meet tiny Tim the miniature tortoise

Meet tiny Tim the miniature tortoise

Met with the obstacle of a humble grape, most animals would swot it aside or even tuck into its tasty contents. But for tiny Tim the tortoise the fruit proves more of a challenge. That's because the grape and the reptile have something in common, their size. Tim weighs in at just 6g and at his maximum will only reach […]

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The Fallen Heroes of Human Spaceflight

The Fallen Heroes of Human Spaceflight

Gus Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee Credit: NASA Since the age of human spaceflight began 50 years ago, space missions have led in the accidental deaths of 21 explorers, some American astronauts and others Russian cosmonauts, while inside their spacecraft. The most recent human spaceflight disaster, which occurred in 2003 at the end the space shuttle Columbia's STS-107 mission, […]

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Xtra UFO Headlines 11/04/2011

Xtra UFO Headlines 11/04/2011

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Boy, two, is first person in the world to be born with an extra strand of DNA

Boy, two, is first person in the world to be born with an extra strand of DNA

A two-year-old boy has become the only person in the world to be diagnosed with an extra strand in his DNA. Brave Alfie Clamp was born blind and with severe disabilities, which led doctors to carry out various tests. They revealed his seventh chromosome had an 'extra arm' which has never been documented anywhere in the world before. Doctors are […]

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The day I  saw a full bodies apparition

The day I saw a full bodies apparition

By Stuart Dawson

Some years ago whilst taking part in a ghost hunt at Doncaster Air Museum, I was in a group of fellow ghost hunters in the middle of a vigil, just calling out for some form of spirit communication. We were sat in the large hangar that was said to be where the planes were repaired during the second world war, […]

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Ghost tours offered at Missouri State Penitentiary

Ghost tours offered at Missouri State Penitentiary

Tom Uhlenbrock | Post-Dispatch jeffcity0503 The Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, Mo., was decommissioned in 2004, but that hasn't stopped rumors about ghost activity. So, they have decided to open the prison for nightly ghost tours in addition to the popular history tours that already take place there. “The public was definitely demanding a ghost tour of some sort,” […]

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Breaks on a Plane  (and the Brainstorm)

Breaks on a Plane (and the Brainstorm)

By Robert Barrow

“Judge Judy” has mystified the world by inadvertently linking with Los Angeles CBS-TV reporter Serene Branson and others of recent months in speaking on-air gibberish as a perplexed audience watched, transfixed, and we're nearly swept back to the days when Captain Mantell's UFO-chasing death was attributed to a “death ray” by journalists with a bent for the sensational and unverified. […]

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UFO Magazine – Latest Issue Out Now

UFO Magazine – Latest Issue Out Now

Finally, our current issue has shipped, and we are waiting for our office copies so that we can send them out to one and all. Yes, print may be dying, but not this month … or the next. This is a jam-packed issue, full of excellent reportage and both far-out and meticulous opinion pieces. I expect there will be more […]

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