Orange Fireballs and Little People in England—the Incredible 1994 UFO-Humanoid Case at Silbury Hill
Saturday, January 30, 2016
By Gregory Little
In July 1994 three people climbed England’s Silbury Hill and planned to spend the night atop the 131-foot high mound to watch for possible crop circle activity. The three people (two men and a woman) were soon met by two other friends, but the two friends left shortly before dark. A group of 5-6 teenagers was also on the summit of the mound at the same time. The teenagers fell asleep around midnight as fog began to encircle the mound and they appeared to be “frozen” or deeply asleep when the strangeness began to unfold.
Were the Portsmouth Earthworks a Portal to the Path of Souls?
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
By Gregory Little
My quest to understand the enigmatic Portsmouth, Ohio earthworks began in the 1980s. The site is an almost indescribable series of geometric earthwork formations and mounds connected by graded and earth-enclosed linear walkways. The walkways were a uniform 160-feet wide and were outlined on their sides by walls of earth 3-5 feet in height. The walkways extended for nearly 14 miles. What appears to be the central feature of the massive site was a set of two large, horseshoe-shaped earthworks made from walls of earth some 12-feet high. The map with this feature shows it labeled “A.” The horseshoe embankments were enclosed by a circular wall of earth with several mounds and other linear features in the immediate area. One of these horseshoe embankments remains today and it is located in a park on a high hill in Portsmouth. If modern buildings encircling this site were not present, an expansive view of the entire Portsmouth complex, which extends across the Ohio River into Kentucky, would be possible.
Did Ancient Astronauts Influence American Mound Builders’ Beliefs About Death?
Thursday, January 14, 2016
By Gregory Little
In a new book entitled, “Path of Souls” Andrew Collins and I summarize what mainstream archaeologists refer to as the “death journey” of America’s ancient mound builders. The “journey” is the path taken by the “free soul” after death. The ideas incorporated into this journey are exceedingly complex as well as exceedingly old. It is likely that the core of these beliefs extend back into time at least 18,000-years ago when the bright star Deneb, one of the key stars of the Cygnus Constellation, served as the north pole star. The ultimate purpose of the death journey was to allow the soul to escape the physical world and return to the sky where it originated. As already mentioned, it was a complex idea, and only a brief outline of the soul’s journey is given here.
At a Crossroads: Paranormal Experiences in a Psych Ward
Thursday, January 14, 2016
By Paranonymous X
Psych wards are strange places—you’re put there because you’ve said or done something that makes others question your sanity, or people think you are a threat to others or yourself, and you are there until you finally see the light of day and come around and wake up to how ludicrous you are being and acting. Strangely, however, you are encouraged to talk to the other patients, and this is something that, to this day, I find exceptionally ironic. Why? Because if you actually listen to the other patients, you’ll basically never leave.
Flying Saucer Recovered at Aztec, N.M.
Friday, January 8, 2016
By Scott Ramsey, Suzanne Ramsey, Frank Thayer PhD
Patrolling the pre-dawn darkness, a policeman on a lonely road in northwestern New Mexico looked through his windshield, shocked at seeing a massive glowing disc only 100 feet above his vehicle. The disc appeared to be in trouble, wobbling as it flew soundlessly above him.
Who Is The Mysterious Figure Known As 'Branton'?
Thursday, January 7, 2016
By Sean Casteel
It is not known at what point Bruce Alan Walton took the name of “Branton,” but we do know that he did it out of fear for his life. Branton had learned certain details about an alien/human conspiracy that predated all our conventional views of human history, the kind of details the conspirators would stop at nothing to keep secret. For those secret societies, murder was and is always an option.
At the Borderlands of Life and Death: Haunted Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
By Richard Estep
When we consider what has taken place behind the closed doors of hospitals since the inception of the medical profession, it should come as no surprise to discover that so many of them should turn out to be haunted. The typical hospital happens to be a microcosm of the very best and worst extremes of the human experience, providing the perfect stage for the high drama which occurs in even the most stable life at some point in time.
Secrets of the Near Death Experience
Friday, January 1, 2016
By Debra Diamond
Regardless of the common elements, a lack of consensus of a single definition of the near-death experience still remains, and many of the terms used to describe this experience are imprecise Entire lifetimes can be reviewed, deceased beings met and gifts given all within seconds or minutes of earth time. The emotional intensity of an NDE is unlike any other experience a person can encounter on earth. Yet so much about the NDE remains unknown.
Is The Universe Invisibly Crowded?
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
By Louisa Oakley Green
Perhaps as Victor Hugo once wrote, “the luminous world IS the invisible world,” something we are too limited to see with “eyes of flesh.” Who knows how many universes and dimensions may exist beyond technology’s grasp? Are there bustling worlds silently surrounding or overlapping with our own? Why not? In a cosmos brimming with diverse energies, anything is possible.
The Mass Landing Myth and the Arrival of the Armies of God
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
By Sean Casteel
What if we’re waiting for the wrong kind of mass landing? What if the UFO occupants are not morally indifferent at all? What if the ancient astronaut interpreters of the phenomenon are right and the aliens are the gods that created us and at least tried to teach mankind a set of moral codes, a system of ethics that reflected their own “alien” morals and ethics? Perhaps the Old Testament word would be “righteousness,” and the prophets crying out down through the ages for truth and justice were not merely raving in some kind of sacrosanct psychosis but were, as they claimed, pressed into service as a “mouthpiece” or advocate for God?
An Excerpt from Disclosure: The Future is Now
Monday, November 23, 2015
By Dr Graham Clingbine
Disclosure will appeal to both sci-fi fans and individuals interested in UFOs and related phenomena. For many years, strange sights have been observed in the skies and Disclosure references UFO sightings back to distant civilizations such as those of Sumeria, ancient Egypt and the Mayans. It forwards through history, right up to the present time, also looking at what US presidents may or may not have known about UFOs and alien contact, conspiracy theories, abductions and contacts, observations by pilots, secret bases and ‘black ops’, back engineering, government programmes like Project Blue Book, crop circles, subatomic particles, novel technology and much more.
Was The Earth 3D Printed?
Friday, October 30, 2015
By Paranormal News
Probably a stupid idea. Obviously hypothetical. But in my mind, it makes a hell of a lot of sense, solves a lot of problems, and hey, it gives an overpopulated planet some hope. You see, it COULD HAVE been manufactured, and by considering the idea that a planet such as ours was created from the inside out by an advanced race really opens the door to a number of different possibilities that have never been fully considered. And they are good possibilities for our future. Really good. In fact, in my mind, it modifies our perception on what is possible both in our past...and in our future.
Apollo 11’s lunar landing and specifically Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon was, arguably, the biggest television event of the 20th century. Knowing the impact a live broadcast would have on the world, Deke Slayton went so far as to push NASA to include an erectable antenna on the LM so Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin wouldn't have to wait for a tracking station to come within range before stepping outside.
In May, New York millionaire Gigi Jordan was sentenced to 18 years in prison for crushing a lethal dose of Ambien and Xanax into a cocktail of juice and vodka and forcing her 8-year-old autistic son, Jude Mirra, to drink it with a syringe while holed up in a luxury hotel room.
Well? Would you…? This was the question faced by the participants in a rather extraordinary series of studies described in a new paper from Illinois psychologists Randy J. McCarthy and colleagues. In total, 1081 parents with children aged under 18 were presented with an outline of a person, and asked to imagine that it was …
One evening in the late fall, Lucien Majors, 84, sat at his kitchen table, his wife Jan by his side, as he described a recent dream. Majors had end-stage bladder cancer and was in renal failure. As he spoke with a doctor from Hospice Buffalo, he was alert but faltering.
In 2012, a video was released depicting a large black figure on a cliff at West Fork Mink Creek south of Pocatello. Though the black mass only appears for a few seconds, it was enough to grab the attention of many Bigfoot researchers.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A preliminary investigation into the massive die-off of common murres, one of the Northern Hemisphere's most abundant seabirds, off Alaska's coast is revealing gaps in basic information on North Pacific waters and the wildlife that inhabit...