Are we alone? Unfortunately, neither of the answers feel satisfactory.
To be alone in this vast universe is a lonely prospect.
On the other hand, if we are not alone and there is someone or something more powerful out there, that too is terrifying. Read more
Saturday, June 30, 2018
An ex-NASA physics professor claims 'many governments' have covered up alien encounters and says humanity must face the possibility that UFO sightings really are alien craft.
Friday, June 29, 2018
Do you believe any of these ten paranormal myths?
Just because the paranormal is the realm of the unexplained doesn’t mean there isn’t any explaining to do. Humans have always sought to give definition to the world around us, and even to the worlds that may be beyond us. As a result, over the course of millennia, we have developed countless theories and told endless stories within the realm of paranormal pop culture, and there have been a lot of misconceptions that have taken root in the public’s consciousness. Believe it or not, even when dealing with the mysterious realm of ghosts, aliens and creatures, there are some things we can fairly confidently label as false. So, to clear up some incorrect assumptions about the unexplained, let’s take a look at the Top 10 Paranormal Myths. Read more
Thursday, June 28, 2018
Six real-life witches share spells that worked for them.
As any practicing witch will tell you, there is no right way to cast a spell. The process is deeply personal and needs to be tailored to fit the situation. Spells can be as simple as scratching your intention in the dirt, but they can also be as elaborate as creating an entire ritual, complete with candles, chanting, and spoken rhymes. The accuracy of spells can be a bit of a learning curve, as you will learn below. But it can definitely be achieved.
Here, six real-life witches share the success stories of their own spells—including one that went a bit too well. Read more
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
If you don't believe that parallel universes exist, these nine strange tales may make you wonder.
1. The dude who showed up at Tokyo International Airport with a passport from a country that doesn't exist called Taured.
Allegedly, this man told customs he was in Japan for business, and had legitimate visa stamps, currency from multiple European countries, checks from an unknown bank, and a driver’s license issued in Taured. He was sent to a hotel while things were sorted out, while two immigration officers stood outside of his hotel door. But when they went to check on him in the morning, he’d vanished. This was from 15 stories up, above a busy street, so escaping through a window was unlikely, if not impossible. The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department searched, but never located the man from Taured. Read more
Saturday, June 23, 2018
Brent Swancer shares accounts from explorers about their encounters with giants in the New World.
Humans have always been fascinated by what lies out over the horizon of our known world and borders, by what lies over the next hill or over the waves beyond what we see. This fascination has driven us to explore and understand our planet since time unremembered, and countless explorers have bravely pushed past the boundaries of our maps and the limits of our horizon to discover, tame, and conquer. We have many records of these adventures, and often lurking within them are astounding historical tales of strange peoples and creatures, some of which are just as mysterious and perplexing now as they were then, and one of these are the supposed real giants of the New World. Read more
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Scientists are hunting for Nessie’s DNA in Loch Ness.
THE Loch Ness Monster mystery could be finally solved once and for all thanks to a team of international scientists combing the world-famous Scottish loch for signs of Nessie’s DNA.
Myths and legends of giant monsters lurking in the murky water of Loch Ness date back more than 15 centuries.
But an academic from the University of Otago in New Zealand is ready to figure our whether there is any grain of truth to the legend of the Loch Ness Monster. Read more
Saturday, June 16, 2018
A tiny village in Spain has been excommunicated, and cursed with a spell so powerful that only the Pope can lift it.
How does a tiny Spanish village of just 62 souls come to be excommunicated in its entirety and cursed with a spell so strong that only the Pope can lift it?
To find out more about this bizarre story of witchcraft, superstition, revenge, envy and power, I headed to the village of Trasmoz, nested in the foothills of the snow-covered Moncayo mountain range in Aragon. Trasmoz has centuries of witchcraft history, and I’d arranged to meet Lola Ruiz Diaz, a local modern-day witch, to learn the truth. As I waited for her in the freezing-cold hall of the half-ruined 12th-century Trasmoz Castle, perched on a hilltop above the village, I shivered in anticipation. Read more
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
John Black examines the ancient belief that immortality could be attained by eating special foods.
When we look into the accounts of many different mythologies andreligions, it becomes clear that the gods are either immortal or live a life of many thousands of years. What is rarely mentioned is the factthat in ancient religious texts there is reference to their immortality or longevity being connected to a specific kind of food that only the gods are allowed to eat. The gods were required to eat this food regularly to maintain immortality, power and strength. Many references also refer to the fact that if mortals ate this food, they would also become immortal like the gods. So let us explore the mythology surrounding this ‘Elixir of Life’ Read more
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Men in Black aren't just interested in UFOs. They have recently been questioning residents aboutunexplained booms.
The ongoing saga of the mystery booms being heard across the United States continues, and possibly taken a turn for the spooky. Over the past year, unexplained explosions and booming noises have been shaking homes and terrifying residents in many rural parts of the continental U.S. While the vast majority of these anomalous booms are left unexplained, the FBI has taken a particular interest in mysterious explosion noises recently heard across rural Pennsylvania just north of Philadelphia. Does this mean some sort of sleeper cell terrorist group might be practicing with improvised explosives? Read more