Even as far as reincarnation stories go, this is an unusual one.
In the 1970s, famed reincarnation researcher Ian Stevenson encountered a woman who could fluently speak a form of Bengali spoken some 150 years earlier. Modern Bengali contains about 20 percent English loan words, Bengali Professor P. Pal told Stevenson. But this woman had long conversations with Professor Pal without using a single one. On the other hand, she used more Sanskrit words, just as Bengalis did around 1810 to 1830, the hypothesized time period of her past life. Read more
Thursday, July 24, 2014
A woman speaks a foreign language without learning it - as it was spoken 150 years ago.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Retired Temple University history professor David M. Jacobs has some really bad news: space aliens walk among us undetected and will soon take over the earth.
The way David M. Jacobs sees it, aliens from outer space have been kidnapping humans for aeons and sexually molesting them to create human-alien hybrids that walk among us today undetected and will soon take over Earth. Read more
Saturday, July 19, 2014
In Ufology, a lot is heard about the Men in Black (MIB), but not so much about Women in Black. Are Women in Black just MIBs in dresses, or are they something else altogether?
Within the world of UFO research, the Men in Black are just about as legendary as they are feared. These pale-faced, ghoulish entities have for decades terrorized into silence both witnesses to, and researchers of, UFO encounters.
Theories for who, or what, the MIB might be are many. They include: extraterrestrials, government agents, demonic creatures, time-travelers from the future, and inter-dimensional beings from realms that co-exist with ours.
While much has been written on the sinister, and occasionally deadly, actions of the MIB, practically nothing, at all, has been penned on the subject of their equally bone-chilling companions: the Women in Black. Make no mistake: the WIB are all too real. And they are as ominous and dangerous as their male counterparts. Read more
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Saturday, July 12, 2014
Paranormal expert John D. Mimms describes the seven scariest ghost encounters he has ever had.
Anyone who has done paranormal research knows that investigations are typically hours of boredom intermingled with a few minutes of excitement. Most of the excitement is due to prosaic reasons: a breeze or creaky floorboards... but some of the time it is not.
Those unusual incidents are the ones that keep investigators going. I have experienced some incredible things on investigations and have been with others who have. When it happens, it definitely changes your perspective on life in a hurry.
My new science fiction novel, The Tesla Gate [Open Road Media, $16.99], deals with what might happen if ghosts were suddenly among us in huge numbers. And I had no shortage of creepy experiences to draw on. These are the scariest moments of my career. Read more
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Witch hunts may be a thing of the past in Europe and North America, but they still go on in some parts of the world.
Most people believe that the persecution of “witches” reached its height in the early 1690s with the trials in Salem, Mass., but it is a grim paradox of 21st-century life that violence against people accused of sorcery is very much still with us. Far from fading away, thanks to digital interconnectedness and economic development, witch hunting has become a growing, global problem. Read more
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Leprechauns are now protected under European law.
Under a new European law, leprechauns are now protected. In 2010, the Sliabh Foy Loop on Carlingford mountain, Ireland, was designated as a Special Protection Area (SPA) for flaura, fauna, wild animals and little people, 'leprechauns'. This area is the last known habitat of Ireland's little people. Read more