We decided to follow up on our earlier article on UFO's, which focused on a new book written by an investigative journalist - "UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record" (Harmony Books / The Crown Publishing Group) by journalist Leslie Kean. The revelations in the book are actually quite astonishing. So we scoured the Internet for eye witness videos of purported UFO sitings. Now, are they real? The reality is that just about any kid with a copy of Adobe AfterEffects will be able to fake a UFO video. Nevertheless, some of the videos below "feel" pretty real... or at least, are masterfully directed to feel like the real thing. Read more
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Are the cool UFO videos on the internet real. Tantric News thinks some of them "feel" pretty real.
Saturday, August 20, 2011
An animal was trapped by hospital workers and then released. It may not be a chupacabra, but it's certainly a strange-looking animal.
Chain-smoking employees at Prince George's Hospital Center captured a hideous, hairless creature — a chupacabra, some say — in the woods where the exiled smokers congregate. And then, unbelievably, they let the rare specimen go, depriving it of years of torture at the hands of scientists.
They had spotted the animal — which has drawn comparisons to a deer, dog, rat, kangaroo, and fox — several times near the Cheverly hospital, and last Thursday decided to lure it into a cage with chicken and leftover Chinese food. They named it Prince Chupa, after the legendary chupacabra — Spanish for "goat sucker" — which probably doesn't exist, but would make the world a more exciting place if it did. Read more
Saturday, August 13, 2011
What happens when we die? Near-death survivors describe life on other side. It's important to remember that what NDE survivors are describing is the death experience, not the afterlife. They don't know anymore about that than anyone else.
It's one of life's biggest questions: What happens when you die?
An increasing number of near death experiences, or NDEs, are being reported thanks to advances in medical science and increased resuscitations of the dead.
And several survivors have come forward to share their glimpses of what they believe is a realm beyond this life. Read more
Thursday, August 11, 2011
We have to hope that hostile aliens haven't been watching our movies. Hollywood has taught potential invaders seven lessons on how NOT to conquer Earth.
The third rock from Sol is home to an unpleasant species of bipedal apes who are mostly fixated on destroying their planet and killing each other. They call themselves ‘humans’, and woe betide anyone who pays them a visit. It usually ends in explosions. These humans have fought extraterrestrial species of every imaginable kind in almost every imaginable scenario and, despite their horrendous failings, always seem to win. Why? Those they couldn't beat with raw brawn or heavy weaponry were overcome with cunning and terrible malice. So, possible visitors, here’s a list of some of the tactics they’ve employed so far. If you come in peace (which is probably a bad idea) you may wish to read this guide instead – but if conquest is your aim, here are some previous pitfalls. Read more
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
It won't take long to prove or disprove this claim: according to a new interpretation of the Third Secret of Fatima, the Vatican will be destroyed on August 17, 2011.
An extreme Marian organization behind the obscure Fatima Movement has claimed that, according to a new interpretation of the Third Secret of Fatima, the Vatican will be destroyed on August 17, 2011.
Their website, displaying cryptic symbols and end-of-time warnings, includes a countdown clock towards the Vatican impending doomsday.
According to their claim, the prediction is based on a new translation of the 1944 Vatican documentation of the the Three Secrets of Fatima. Read more
Sunday, August 7, 2011
A dead, white mammal with five claws, dark tufts of hair on its back, and long toenails has people talking in Minnesota.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials have been unable to identify a mystery carcass found in Douglas County with certainty, prompting further investigation.
The dead white mammal was spotted this week on a Douglas County road with five claws, dark tufts of hair on its back and head and long toenails.
Roadkill is nothing new for Minnesotans, but this curious creature got people talking. Read more
Friday, August 5, 2011
"Freaked out" BBC reporter Mike Sewell told millions of radio listeners of the moment he faced a UFO on his way to work. My prediction is that either Sewell will retract his story or the BBC will fire him.
It's a radio station known for irreverent chat, where current affairs and topical discussion reign supreme.
But Radio 5 Live took on a more otherworldly tone this morning when one of its own sports reporters claimed he had a close brush with a UFO.
'Freaked out' sports journalist Mike Sewell said he was left gobsmacked when he spotted a huge 'disc-shaped' aircraft hovering above the Hertfordshire countryside on his way to work in the early hours of the morning. Read more
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
The discovery of a strange circular formation in the Baltic Sea between Finland and Sweden has caused speculation that it might be a crashed UFO.
For now, it's an unidentified submerged object. But a strange circular formation deep below the Baltic Sea has sparked great excitement among UFO believers who think it might be a crashed flying saucer.
While searching for shipwrecks in the waters between Finland and Sweden on June 19, a Swedish team of nautical salvagers say they uncovered a "very strange anomaly" -- a round object about 60 feet across resting about 300 feet below sea level. Read more
Monday, August 1, 2011
A phenomenon known as remote viewing, which claims to use psychic powers to "see" what is invisible to the naked eye, may have an intriguing role to play in health care.
Three months ago, Twitter hosted its first scientific experiment and invited users to help demonstrate the existence of psychic powers. Professor Richard Wiseman, of the University of Hertfordshire, recruited 7,000 volunteers via the social messaging service to investigate "remote viewing" (RV). A remote viewer is a gifted individual who claims to be able to "see" events in the past, present and future, and identifying distant locations.
The psychology professor, famed for his mass-participation experiments, which explore the curious science of everyday life, travelled to a mystery site in the UK, whereupon he sent a Tweet. Participants were asked to pinpoint his location by selecting it from a line-up of five photographs. As only 15 per cent of people correctly predicted Prof Wiseman's location – despite a 20 per cent probability – he pronounced RV to be a hoax.
Historically, however, governments have not been not so quick to condemn. During the Cold War, the American military spent $20 million (£12.2 million) on an RV project, conducting "psychic spying" missions against the Soviet Union for two decades. In 2001, the Ministry of Defence also investigated the potential of remote viewing, but the outcome is unknown. Read more