A KEY witness in the mysterious Rendlesham UFO case has reportedly sailed through a lie detector after insisting he saw alien beings floating beneath a triangular craft during the bizarre encounter. Read more
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Passing a lie detector test isn't proof that the Rendlesham UFO incident was an alien encounter, but it probably rules out a hoax on the part of the witness.
Saturday, December 9, 2017
What is artificial reincarnation? It seems to be similar to Napoleon Hill's Invisible Counselors Technique.
Artificial reincarnation is a rather sophisticated accelerated learning method. A subject is put under deep state of hypnosis and receive suggestions for example that s/he is a great painter, linguist or any other genius in a particular field of expertise. The subject under that state of hypnosis and with the help of the suggestions, will be able to build or borrow temporary the talent of a great painter or linguist. Usually the skill is developed because latent abilities are present in the subject. During such exercise there is an alteration in the belief systems that make things possible. Read more
Thursday, December 7, 2017
You don't need to take an expensive course to learn remote viewing. Charles Cosimano, aka Uncle Chuckie, reveals how to do it with the aid of a DIY radionic box.
We have to begin with the fact that remote viewing is nothing new. There is nothing new about being able to see things far distant by use of the mind alone, traveling through the ether to the point that is being observed. There are many historic examples of this, perhaps the most famous being the story of the time Emmanuel Swedenborg left a dinner party in 1759 and came back in terrified. There was a huge fire in Stockholm, some two hundred miles away but the prophet was greatly relieved when he discovered that the fire was put out three houses away from his. The patron saint of television was a woman who apparently was able to watch church services from her bed some distance from the church. Why she would want to do this instead of looking into the future to watch Flash Gordon on the Community Outer Space Theater in 1958 is beyond me, but to each his own. Read more
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Here are fifteen of the most explainable photos that people have shared online and the stories that go with them.
Do ghosts exist? Since our earliest beginnings, the possibility of the paranormal has always enticed humankind. Our collective obsession with the idea of life after death can be seen everywhere, in our literature and philosophy, music and movies, but above all, in the photographs we take. Naturally, since the rise of the internet people have flocked online to share their paranormal pictures.
Here are 15 of the most unexplainable pictures ever shared online, and the spine-chilling stories that go with them. Read more
Saturday, December 2, 2017
If this is confirmed, it doesn't prove that there are intelligent life forms out there, but it does prove that there could be.
As we continue to invent more powerful telescopes and farther-reaching proves, humankind may have finally made contact with life from outside of our own planet much more close to home. That’s according to Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, who will make this third trip to the International Space Station in December. Shkaplerov recently said in an interview that he had personally discovered foreign microbes growing on the side of the ISS. Read more
Thursday, November 30, 2017
This list of ten incredibly spooky things will creep just about anybody out.
Haunted houses and possessed people are standard camp fire ghost story fare. But if a spirit can attach itself to a building or a patch of ground such as an old battlefield, it makes sense that they’d also be able to attach themselves to an inanimate object. Down through the ages there have been many items that people have claimed are cursed, haunted or just plain possessed. From a creepy walking cane to a ring nobody dare wear, here are ten items that will give you the creeps. Read more
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Justin Faerman explores the idea of becoming superhuman and developing real superpowers and extraordinary abilities.
The idea of becoming superhuman has fascinated mankind for ages. Emperors of bygone eras searched for the elixirs of immortality, shaolin monks have pushed the limits of what’s possible with the body for thousands of years, and the alchemists of old searched for ways to transmute metals into gold. The yogis and holy men of India meditated in caves and explored the tantras and sutras of Hindu philosophy in search of the legendary siddhis, a set of supernatural powers believed to be the byproduct of intensive meditation and yoga practice. Tibetan monks meditated for decades to master the control of their physical and etheric bodies and beyond, learning to travel the astral planes and afterlife, and sorcerers in medieval times sought countless magical powers from healing the sick to controlling others through the use of herbs, spells and spirits. Read more