Is it just me or has there been a bit of movement around how summoning should be done in the last few years? Jason Miller wrote in The Sorcerer’s Secrets about the merits of dispensing with the full magic circle for quite a number of workings. This idea has legs, if you ask me. Read more
Saturday, October 29, 2016
Gordon White says the rules for the evocation of spirits seem to be changing.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
These ten currently unexplained anomalies are hard to categorize, but are definitely strange.
Listverse is a place where mysteries are brought to the light to be examined, but usually never solved. Prepare to discover a new set of bizarre, still unexplained aberrations, that may never be satisfactorily explained. In this eerie list, we will look at exceptional cryptids, unexplainable disasters and strange anomalies that do not fit in any standard category. Some accounts are just unsettling, while others may pose a more sinister threat from yet unknown happenings on this planet. Read more
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Is a 250,000-year-old artifact proof that ancient aliens visited earth?
Aliens and extraterrestrials have been a fascination for centuries. And according to a new finding, tangible evidence of ancient alien technology present on earth might serve to peak ufo enthusiasts’ interest even more. According to an investigation on a piece of metal found in Romania in the 1970s, the artifact was most likely brought to earth by ancient aliens. According to tests carried out on the manufactured piece, it is over 250,000 years old and is composed of 90 percent aluminum. Humans only started producing aluminum about 200 years ago. The following is an excerpt of the report by Fox News. Read more
Thursday, October 20, 2016
A man claims to have photographed a little Bigfoot in Alaska, though some think it might actually be a leprechaun.
A man who says he enjoys exploring the woods and looking for Bigfoot around the Blue Mountains of the Pacific Northwest claimed on Sunday to have found evidence of a “juvenile Bigfoot”. But, he clarifies, it was not on one of his videos that he spotted the mysterious creature. Read more
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Pendulums are easy to find in New Age stores or online, but you can make your own if you want. Take something like a small crystal, pendant, ring, or other small, weighted object and attach it to a necklace chain, ribbon, string, or some other kind of strand. To use the pendulum, hold it by the end of the strand with the weighted object at the other end.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Dogman is not nearly as well-known to the public as Bigfoot, but it is actually a widely reported cryptid. A motorist is Wisconsin recently spotted one.
David M., a Canadian businessman who provided a last name but requested to be kept anonymous, told Cryptozoology News on Monday that he was driving along Interstate 94 the night of Oct. 1 when he came upon the alleged creature.
“I was hoping to make it to the casino in the dells and stay there,” he says. “As I drove along, I noticed a figure moving towards the right side of the road.”
David described it as a black 6 to 7 feet tall creature and “fuzzy and shaggy in appearance”. Read more
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
A leaked e-mail has revealed one of Hillary Clinton's closest allies had been talking about UFOs, extraterrestrials, and space wars with a former Apollo astronaut who believed in aliens.
Wikieaks website, founded by Julian Assange in 2006, has published an e-mail received by John Podesta, the chairman of Mrs Clinton's presidential campaign, from Edgar D Mitchell, one of the Apollo 14 astronauts and the sixth man to walk on the moon, in August last year.
The e-mail, in which Mr Mitchell and Mr Podesta appear to be on first name terms, reveals the pair were intending to have a conversation via Skype, apparently about the potential for war breaking out in space. Read more
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Since police officers are trained to be expert witnesses, their testimony carried more weight than that of civilians. These ten paranormal events were witnessed by police, so they should be taken seriously.
Police officers mostly have a tough time of things. They witness gruesome crime scenes, have to deal with delivering bad news, and often don’t get the credit or thanks they may deserve after working long, tiring hours to solve cases. However, in some instances, police officers responding to an emergency call come across something totally different from what they usually do. Sometimes they don’t even have to leave the station to experience strange things. Read more
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Meditation is the key to developing supernormal abilities, according to Dr. Dean Radin.
Meditation is becoming more common in the West. When Transcendental Meditation gained popularity in the ’60s and ’70s, it was still a little “out there” for mainstream America. But nowadays even many hospitals offer meditation as a treatment option for some patients, because the research shows it is beneficial.
But the long tradition of meditation in the East is about more than sitting still and clearing the mind. It doesn’t just ease stress and promote health. It generates supernormal abilities.
That’s what the yogis say. That’s what Dean Radin, Ph.D., investigates scientifically. Read more
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
As Halloween approaches, you might want to celebrate by spending a night in one of these famous haunted hotel rooms.
Looking for that extra something from your next hotel stay? Do you enjoy the ghostly sounds of children playing in the dead of night or the thought of a gentleman caller who silently watches as you sleep. If you often find staying in hotel a lonely experience, here are the most haunted hotel rooms in the world, guaranteed to include some other-worldly guests to keep you company throughout the night. Read more
Saturday, October 1, 2016
Ghost Brothers will not convince paranormal "skeptics" that ghosts exist because they have absolutely no interest in examining evidence, but it should be a different take on ghost hunting.
American television viewing audiences can’t seem to get enough of shows where teams of paranormal investigators charge up their flashlights, audio recording devices, ghost meter sensors, electromagnetic field radiation equipment, digital spirit voice detectors and, well, you get the idea.
Ahead of the long-awaited reboot of 1984’s original smash hit, “Ghostbusters,” arriving in theaters this summer, the art, seriousness, humor and, sometimes, terror of ghost hunting has just stepped up a notch with a new TV series, “Ghost Brothers.”
Yes, “Ghost Brothers,” as in TV’s first African-American paranormal investigation team. Destination America has brought together two fashion designers and a barber, three best friends Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey — all raised in religious households — who were brought up believing that messing with the dead is dangerous. Read more