In Annie Jacobsen's new book, "Area 51," she reports than an anonymous source told her that the Roswell Incident was actually perpetrated by the Soviet Union in order to mislead US intelligence. According to Jacobsen, the source told her that deformed children created by Nazi scientist Dr. Joseph Mengele had been used in a craft of unexplained design that had been crashed near the Roswell Army Air Field for reasons that are not clearly explained in the book. Also unexplained is how the Soviets could have penetrated so deeply into American airspace with a small aircraft described. At the time, only the largest long-range bombers had sufficient range.
Ms. Jacobsen based her Roswell story on an "anonymous source," but UFO blogger Anthony Braglia was able to determine who he was and to interview him about why he would want to spread this story. Read more
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Blogger Anthony Braglia has discovered Annie Jacobsen's anonymous source for the latest Roswell theory. His identity does not lend credibility to the story, nor does Annie Jacobsen's prior reporting. I wonder why this story is emerging now so long after the end of the Cold War, and is it by accident or design?
Friday, May 27, 2011
Investigative journalist Annie Jacobsen presents a new theory of the Roswell incident in her book Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base: a UFO did crash at Roswell, but it wasn't from outer space.
The world famous Roswell "incident" was no UFO but rather a Russian spacecraft with "grotesque, child-size aviators" developed in human experiments by Nazi doctor and war criminal Josef Mengele, according to a theory floated by investigative journalist Annie Jacobsen.
Her book, "Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base," is about the secretive Nevada base called Area 51. One chapter offers the new Roswell theory, citing an anonymous source who says Joseph Stalin recruited Mengele and sent the craft into U.S. air space in 1947 to spark public hysteria.
Like past theories, Jacobsen writes that the U.S. government was involved in a cover-up of the UFO report, which has spawned space alien legend and turned this southern New Mexico town into a tourist attraction. Read more
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Instead of psychics or priests, a school is using feng shui masters to exorcise its ghosts.
A group of feng shui masters recently went to a primary school in Guangdong province to exorcise ghosts in visits that have given rise to much controversy among the public.
The masters, schooled in the ancient Chinese art of placement, were invited to use magic arts at the Central Primary School of Gaozhou city's Pingshan township to improve the school's fortunes following the violent deaths of two students in the past two years. Read more
Monday, May 23, 2011
Does mediumistic ability exist within the circle of your family and friends? Dr. W.D. Chesney tells how you may find it and put it to work.
The power of certain mediums to break through the veil and put us into communication with those we have loved and lost is unquestioned nowadays by many of us. I know it is possible to hold conversations with those who are living but invisible to our eyes—if certain conditions are supplied. And these conditions can be supplied.
Every reputable medium I have known has discovered his or her psychic gifts in home seances. Read more
Monday, May 9, 2011
The Al Qaeda train plot predicted by"psychic spies" in December 2009 has been confirmed by the captured Osama bin Laden files.
A plot to attack trains inside of the United States was predicted by a 'psychic spy' in December 2009. The prediction appears to have been confirmed today by US government sources who warned of a similar plot discovered among materials recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan.
In late 2009, a well known English psychic, who had previously worked with British and American authorities, raised concerns that trains in Europe were about to be targeted by terrorists. An informal follow-up session by a second source indicated that trains in the United States might be targeted using "coffee can" explosives placed alongside rail road tracks.
In the original notes made by the source, the attack is said to "impact [by] massive derailment" using a remote-controlled improvised explosive device, or IED, placed "alongside tracks." Read more