An entirely new type of physics is being played out—literally before our eyes and ears, yet few scientists bother to investigate the evidence.
The physics of time (and its relationship to space and the quantum reality) may be better understood by determining the underlying nature of the auditory and visual anomalies that cross the boundaries into our space-time during regular or irregular intervals. The phenomenon points to aberrations of time exhibited as ‘time loops.’
Throughout history these snippets of looped time have been lumped together with unassociated phenomena under the general heading of ghosts. Read more
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Discovering the secret of how time can be looped upon itself could provide humanity with a pathway to the stars.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
One of the most famous "monster" cases associated with a UFO occurred in 1952, in Braxton County, West Virginia.
There can be few very people within the realms of cryptozoology and ufology that have never heard of the so-called Flatwoods Monster, or Braxton County Monster, of 1952 - a story that is told in-depth in Frank Feschino's 2004 book, The Braxton County Monster: the Cover-Up of the Flatwoods Monster Revealed.
And as Feschino notes in his book: "On the night of September 12, 1952, a shocked American public sought answers when strange unidentified objects were seen flying through the sky over Washington, DC, and the eastern United States..." Read more
Monday, September 27, 2010
According to retired Air Force officers, UFOs hampered U.S. nuclear weapons.
UFOs 'attacked U.S. nuclear missile sites': Retired Air Force Officers to break their silence
A group of retired U.S. Air Force officers are set to reveal how extraterrestrial visitors have tampered with American nuclear weapons.
The six former officers, and one other enlisted man, will break their decades-long silence on the matter at a press conference in Washington on Monday.
The men are expected to describe the ongoing and disturbing intervention of UFOs at nuclear weapon sites, including examples of how several missiles inexplicably malfunctioned while unidentified disc-shaped object hovered nearby. Read more
Friday, September 24, 2010
Since ancient times, toads have been associated with evil. In medieval and later times, toads were thought to be Satanic creatures. It therefore comes as no surprise that toads are intrinsically linked with witches.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Alien abduction insurance is an insurance policy issued against alien abduction, and a British company has made $3 million selling this unusual product.
Do you fear being abducted by aliens? Have you ever seen a UFO? If your answer to any of the above questions is yes, getting an alien abduction insurance may not be such a bad idea.
However bizarre it may sound, you can actually get insurance against alien abduction. Read more
Monday, September 20, 2010
... St. Expedite is not associated with any other Spirit or Saint. The legend goes that back in 1798, a group of nuns from Paris received a crate with the words "spedito" stamped on the side, meaning rush with haste. At that time, when statues and relics of saints were shipped, the name of the saint would be written on the side of the crate, thus St. Joseph would have "Joseph" & St. Francis would naturally have "Francis" on the side and so on. When the nuns opened the crate they found the beautiful statue of a saint. There was no other paperwork or anything else about him included, not even where the package originated from. Only the word "spedito" on the side. Taking this as a Divine Sign, the nuns quickly installed the statue and named him, "St. Expedito", or St. Expedite.
St. Expedite is prayed to when your prayers need to be "rushed" or sent "with haste" to God. He's also called upon for: Read more
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Several witnesses in New Jersey reported seeing a person falling from the sky with no parachute, but an extensive police search turned up no evidence of a missing skydiver
Several people in New Jersey claimed they saw a person falling from the sky with no parachute, but an extensive police search has turned up no evidence, NBC Philadelphia reported.
Witness Kelly Hale and two of her co-workers at Shore Veterinarians in Egg Harbor Township said they watched from their office windows as a human fell head-first from the sky on Tuesday.
But there were no reports of missing skydivers.
"I [saw] the guy falling, at an angle, like this," Hale told NBC Philadelphia while gesturing. "Straight down. No parachute. No paraglider."
Authorities were still investigating the incident, Egg Harbor police told msnbc.com on Thursday. Read more
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Stephen Wagner relates seven of the strangest stories of people with unknown origins, fates, or unexplained abilities
Most kids love reading the color funny papers on Sundays. As a kid, one of my favorite strips was "Ripley's Believe It or Not." It always featured some fantastic facts or coincidences. Often it would tell of people with unusual abilities, characteristics, or circumstances: a man with a birthmark in the shape of a perfect heart on his chest; a woman whose head was shaped like a Ming vase; twins with six ears between them. Stuff like that.
It makes interesting reading and, of course, I'm still fascinated by such amazing tales. Here are 7 of the strangest stories of most mysterious people of unknown origin, fate or astonishing, unexplained abilities. Read more
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
It's a little ironic that David Boreanaz plays the master of the mysterious in roles like a bloodsucker on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and in the spin-off show Angel. He currently stars as FBI agent Seeley Booth on the crime drama Bones. You'd think it would take a lot for him to get creeped out.
But the 41-year-old and his wife Jaime Bergman got a scare when they moved into a cozy home in Los Angeles earlier this summer with their two children, Jaden, 7, and Bella, 1. It didn't take long for them to realize that they may have more company in the house then when they first counted. Read more
Saturday, September 11, 2010
There's a growing interest in the phenomenon of shadow people. What are they? Ghosts? Interdimensional beings? Time travelers? Something else?
"WHAT WAS THAT?" You were sitting comfortably on your sofareading the latest issue of FATE in the dim light when movement across the room caught your attention. It seemed dark and shadowy, but there was nothing there. You returned to your reading - and a moment later there it was again. You looked up quickly this time and saw the fleeting but distinctly human shape of the shadow pass quickly over the far wall... and disappear.
What was that? Some natural shadow? Your heightened imagination? A ghost? Or was it something that seems to be a spreading phenomenon - apparitions that are coming to be known as "shadow people" or "shadow beings." Perhaps this is an old phenomenon with a new name that is now being discussed more openly, in part thanks to the Internet. Or maybe it's a phenomenon that, for some reason, is manifesting with greater frequency and intensity now.
Those who are experiencing and studying the shadow people phenomenon say that these entities almost always used to be seen out of the corner of the eye and very briefly. But more and more, people are beginning to see them straight on and for longer periods of time. Some experiencers testify that they have even seen eyes, usually red, on these shadow beings. Read more
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Several recent sightings of a mysterious creature on Lake Windermere have prompted psychic Dean Maynard and a team of investigators to launch a search.
Everyone has heard of the Loch Ness Monster.
But for the past four years, a rumour of another ‘beast’ has circulated around the Lake District.
A team of investigators have now taken it upon themselves to find the now legendary ‘Bownessie’ in the waters of Windermere. Read more
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Thursday, September 2, 2010
So far the evidence for Bigfoot has been videos and eyewitness accounts, but could scientific DNA proof be coming soon?
... Now David Paulides of North American Bigfoot Search.com and the author of Tribal Bigfoot
has been busy collecting bone and hair samples of purported various Bigfoot. His research has led him into DNA evaluation of these samples and he reports on Coast to Cosast AM that results are very promising so far.
In fact, Paulides and highly respected DNA expert Dr. Melba S. Ketchum have found that some samples appear to have both human and animal characteristics. However, the research is ongoing.
Dr. Ketchum believes that very shortly she will have the final conclusions to the DNA testing. Then the results will be submitted for peer review in scientific journals and an announcement will be made. Read more