Amateur historian John Greenewald has spent nearly two decades requesting declassified information from the US government regarding UFOs.
Recently, he posted more than 100,000 pages of documents on the US Air Force's internal UFO investigations to the internet. Here are the top five things to know from the open files of Project Blue Book. Read more
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Here are the top five things to know from the open files the U.S. Air Force Project Blue Book.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
UFO hunters claim that NASA cuts the live video feed from the International Space Station whenever a UFO appears
A UFO was caught on the NASA video feed streamed live from the International Space Station on January 15 — but as soon as the mysterious grey object was seen rising over Earth’s horizon, the NASA live video stream suddenly cut to black.
Coincidence? UFO researchers think not. Read more
Thursday, January 8, 2015
This "admission" may be just another part of the UFO cover-up, as were the Roswell "weather balloon" and "crash test dummies." First of all, how did the CIA benefit from these sightings? Secondly, does a U-2 spy plane sighting match the witness reports of the UFOs?
The CIA released an admission that it was responsible for the majority of the reports of Unidentified Flying Objects during America’s Cold War with Russia. “It was us,” the agency posted on social media, along with a declassified document from the 1990s.
The heavily-redacted 272-page report, entitled ‘The CIA and the U-2 Program, 1954-1974,’ describes various aspects of the CIA’s top secret U-2 program, which was used for high-altitude spy missions over Russian airspace. Read more
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Zombies are all the rage nowadays, but ogres, such as the Lofa, used to be widely feared.
According to native legend, the Lofa was a Bigfoot-like creature that lived in Northwest Alabama (including areas of Mississippi and Tennessee)...a region that was once dominated by the Chickasaw people. In Chickasaw folklore, the Lofa is a malevolent, ogre-like monster. His name literally means "flayer" or "skinner," a reference to his gruesome habit of flaying the skin from his victims. In some legends he attempts to abduct Chickasaw women. He is sometimes described as a giant and other times as a large, hairy, smelly man, leading some people to associate him with the Bigfoot legend: Read more
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Photos of the Apollo moon missions suggest that the astronauts were being watched.
During the explorations, as humans worked their way in observing the uncharted parts of the moon, archived photos of the Apollo missions gave the idea that other living things might have been watching the explorers as well. Apparently, one particular photo suggested that aliens might really exist. Read more
Saturday, December 27, 2014
When reading about magic and witchcraft, you are sure to come across self-described occult "experts" warning about the dangers contacting or summoning "demons." However, it's important to realize that not all demons are necessarily demonic..
Hearing the word "demon" tends to conjure up images of bizarre creatures with red, or black skin that is reptilian, or slimy. It brings to mind things with horns, tusks, glowing eyes, and razor-sharp claws. People hear the word "demon", and instantly cringe, imagining horrid creatures from their worst nightmares torturing humans—or their souls—for all eternity.
Reality is far more complicated; not to mention more colorful. Reading the lore on demons tells us that, yes, some of them will appear the way most people tend to expect them to. Stereotypes exist for reasons, right? Some demons are said to manifest as serpents—sometimes with human heads, and features. Others are said to appear as armored knights riding giant wolves, dragons, or other beasts. Some appear armed with huge broadswords. Some manifest looking a great deal like the devils of stories. Some will only appear at night. Read more
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Do our thoughts physically exist - and if they do, where? Tara MacIsaac explores some theories.
The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In "Beyond Science" Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true? You decide.
Philosophers have wondered for ages how mind and matter relate to each other, and modern physics is chiming in on the debate. Here’s a look at a few theories about where or in what way our thoughts physically exist. Read more