Haunted houses and possessed people are standard camp fire ghost story fare. But if a spirit can attach itself to a building or a patch of ground such as an old battlefield, it makes sense that they’d also be able to attach themselves to an inanimate object. Down through the ages there have been many items that people have claimed are cursed, haunted or just plain possessed. From a creepy walking cane to a ring nobody dare wear, here are ten items that will give you the creeps. Read more
Thursday, November 30, 2017
This list of ten incredibly spooky things will creep just about anybody out.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Justin Faerman explores the idea of becoming superhuman and developing real superpowers and extraordinary abilities.
The idea of becoming superhuman has fascinated mankind for ages. Emperors of bygone eras searched for the elixirs of immortality, shaolin monks have pushed the limits of what’s possible with the body for thousands of years, and the alchemists of old searched for ways to transmute metals into gold. The yogis and holy men of India meditated in caves and explored the tantras and sutras of Hindu philosophy in search of the legendary siddhis, a set of supernatural powers believed to be the byproduct of intensive meditation and yoga practice. Tibetan monks meditated for decades to master the control of their physical and etheric bodies and beyond, learning to travel the astral planes and afterlife, and sorcerers in medieval times sought countless magical powers from healing the sick to controlling others through the use of herbs, spells and spirits. Read more
Saturday, November 25, 2017
Divination using dominoes is an ancient method similar to dice divination. Serena Powers reveals how to use thems.
The oldest known dominoes date from 2200 years ago in China. In China, dice developed into dominoes. Each domino shows two throws of the dice. Chinese domino sets have 21 tiles. The Chinese domino tiles have names such as Heaven (Tiān or Tin, 6-6), Plum Flower (Méi or Mooi, 5-5), Man (Rén or Yan, 4-4), Long (Cháng or Cheung, 3-3), Board (Bǎn or Ban, 2-2) and Earth (Dì or Dei, 1-1). Dominoes arrived in Europe in the eighteenth century. Blanks were added to European sets to make the total number of tiles 28.
The tiles are also known as bones, cards, tiles, tickets, stones, or spinners. The reserve of dominoes is often called the boneyard. The highest tile is double six, and the lowest tile is double blank. Read more
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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An alleged dark web video claims to show an alien autopsy, but how believable is it?
Are you tired of seeing that same old video supposedly taken of an alien autopsy after the Roswell ‘crash’ that is admittedly fake and may be a recreation of another fake? It’s time to pay a visit to the “Dark Web” where a different video is making the rounds this week with claims it is of an alien examination in Switzerland in 1992. Is this the real deal? Read more
Saturday, November 11, 2017
Rae Lipscomb examines a possible explanation for ghostly phenomena.
Are ghosts real? The answer to that all comes down to the individual opinion. Some believe they are and some spend countless nights calling out to the dead into empty, dark rooms of dilapidated hospitals, abandoned jails and houses that hold horrible pasts filled with pain, grief and anger, hoping for an answer from someone in the world beyond. The fear, dread, sadness and anger that is felt as they move throughout these buildings, hoping for a glimpse of something not belonging to this world, is caused by the negative energies that ghosts put out. Other thinks it’s a bunch of hogwash and all supernatural phenomenon can be tied to real world events. These are the type of people to ensure their fellows that the creaking is just the house settling, that that bang could have been anything, from the pipes to some random outside and that if you go into a dark space, expecting to hear voices then you are going to hear voices. Read more
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Geologist Robert Schoch has proven that the Sphinx is much older than academic archeologists say it is. Could the same be true of the pyramids?
The historians and authors of a ‘controversial’ forthcoming book firmly believe there is a strong possibility a second ‘Great Sphinx’ remains buried at the Giza plateau and suggest the Great Pyramid at Giza were built thousands of years earlier than previously thought, and not by the ancient Egyptians. Read more
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Are Sasquatch and the skunk ape the same creature? Nick Redfern examines the evidence.
When the word “Bigfoot” is mentioned in conversation, for most people it prompts imagery of gigantic, bulky, seven to eight feet tall, man-monsters roaming the frozen mountains and massive forests of the Pacific Northwest. Certainly, there’s no shortage of such reports. It should be noted, however, that – as incredible as it may sound – Bigfoot might not be the only cryptid ape that calls the United States its home. In Florida, and particularly so in the state’s swampy, wooded areas, there lives a beast known as the Skunk Ape. It’s a creature whose territory also includes Arkansas and North Carolina. It’s the wilds of Florida, however, where the beast really dominates. Read more
Thursday, November 2, 2017
A freezer spell is a binding spell that stops someone's actions. Sarah Chamizo gives instruction for practicing this type of magic.
Is someone gossiping about you and ruining your life? Are you haunted by a jilted ex who won’t stop harassing you? Are you being sued or taken to court unfairly? Sometimes, you need to freeze someone in their tracks when they’re attacking you, and nothing works better than a classic Freezer spell. These spells have been practiced by hoodoo conjurers for centuries and are still widely used today for one simple reason: they work. Read more