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Via Toronto Sun Lights in the evening sky triggered an invasion of chatter about UFOs in the Twitterverse on Sunday. Two VIDEOS posted to YouTube by Sarah Chun, of North York, showed a series of unexplained lights hovering over neighbourhoods in the Yonge St.-Sheppard Ave. area on Saturday night. At least one Toronto Police officer — Const. Craig Brister — […]Read more ›
Listen to podcast HERE Author Mary Joyce joins Darkness Radio to talk about the hidden history of the Cherokee Little People, Giants, Aliens, and more…Read more ›
By Bud Kennedy/Star Telegram You can’t keep a good monster down. In July 1969, when the rest of the world marveled at the moon landing, Fort Worth was fascinated with the Lake Worth Monster. That month, 45 years ago, a Goat-Man emerged at the Fort Worth Nature Center and started attacking cars and throwing tires. Or maybe he was a lake serpent […]Read more ›
By Jeff Allen Danelek, New Dawn Magazine/Via Humans Are Free What happens to us when we die? It’s a question everyone eventually asks themselves at some point in their life. It transcends racial, social, political, economic and gender lines, making it the one question common to all human beings whether we like it or not.Yet ever since the first men and […]Read more ›
Via Dave Reneke Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, but that wasn’t always the case. To be more precise, there was a time when it was thought our solar system had a planet even closer to the Sun, known as Vulcan. While there were speculations about a planet closer than Mercury going back to at least the 1600s, […]Read more ›
By Becky Chung/The Creators Project “The Backbone of the Night” was one of the first paintings Carl Sagan commissioned Jon Lomberg to do. Inspired by the Botswanian Kahlahari people’s description of the Milky Way being the “backbone of the night,” this starry vertebrate visual became a title graphic for the original COSMOS series. ©Jon Lomberg Earlier this week, data from a […]Read more ›