Thursday, May 24, 2007

Connect the, monsters...

Recently Nick Redfern referred to the Monstrous activities in Cannock Chase. According to some of the sightings, these werewolf/bigfoot type creatures are seen entering and exiting earthworks...perhaps coming and going from a subterranean home. What struck me about all this is the mythology of the SKINWALKER. Supposedly they too entered and exited via earthworks, most notably earth MOUNDS that are held sacred by Native Americans. There seems to be a strong connection here.



(Synopsis from ITUNES)

Firstly we take a quick look at recent sightings of Werewolves in the UK, new discoveries in China, and people taking pot shots at UFOs with their shotguns.

Then we sit down with Richard Salva, author of Soul Journey from Lincoln to Lindbergh, for an in-depth look on reincarnation and the "story of metaphysical mystery locked in the pages of history."

*Apologies for the audio quality of the first 15 minutes of the interview. Richard's Mic distorts heavily on his plosives. After the first 15 minutes this is corrected

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Not Werewolves but undergroundlings

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Tuesday, May 22, 2007


May 20, 2007 (NOW PLAYING!): The Paracast, with Gene Steinberg and David Biedny, covers a world beyond science, where UFOs, poltergeists and strange phenomena of all kinds have been reported by millions across the planet. The Paracast interviews long-time researchers in the field, to shed light on the mysteries and complexities of our Universe and the secrets that surround us in our everyday lives.

Join Gene and David as they explore the realms of the known and unknown, and hear great stories of the history of the paranormal field in the 20th and 21st centuries.

This week, Gene and David meet UFO researcher and artist Tommy Allison, who recounts some of his own sightings and the troubled aftermath of his attempts to produce a forensic reconstruction based on the controversial Starchild skull.

Note: I enjoyed TOMMY ALLISON's articulation re: Lloyd Pye's attitude toward those who may seem threatening to his 'agenda'. Maybe 'agenda' isn't the right word. I don't want to get on anyone's bad side. A good listen none-the-less.

Nick Redfern on the BLACK VAULT

I don't know how I missed this...

Best Evidence - The Top 10

I am just happy to see SHAG HARBOUR made the list...that is definitely a place I want to check out in the near future.

UFO club attendance grows

The Northern Lights-Alaska

A Plan to Build a Giant Liquid Telescope on the Moon

Angel, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, a MacArthur Fellow and a Fellow of the Royal Society, is currently concluding a study to determine the feasibility of constructing a lunar liquid mirror telescope, or LMT, for NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts, an NASA-funded space think tank. (Click on the link above for more)

Spirit Unearths Surprise Evidence of Wetter Past


"We've looked at dozens of disturbed soil targets in the rover tracks, and this is the first one that shows a high silica signature," said Ruff, who last month proposed using Spirit's miniature thermal emission spectrometer to observe this soil. That instrument provides mineral composition information about targets viewed from a distance. The indications it found for silica in the overturned soil prompted a decision this month to drive Spirit close enough to touch the soil with the alpha particle X-ray spectrometer. Silica commonly occurs on Earth as the crystalline mineral quartz and is the main ingredient in window glass. The Martian silica at the Gertrude Weise patch is non-crystalline, with no detectable quartz.

Monday, May 14, 2007

Nasa unveils Hubble's successor

Pilgrims flock to sacred Virgin Mary ghost site

Ghost site? More like UFO-site...or CONTACTEE site...but ghost site, I think not.

This passed weekend was the 90th Anniversary of the FATIMA, Portugal sightings. I went there in 1999, as skeptic and walked away believing wholeheartedly that something happened there...but, it wasn't of a religious/spiritual nature.

(to be cont...)


May 13, 2007 (NOW PLAYING!): The Paracast, with Gene Steinberg and David Biedny, covers a world beyond science, where UFOs, poltergeists and strange phenomena of all kinds have been reported by millions across the planet. The Paracast interviews long-time researchers in the field, to shed light on the mysteries and complexities of our Universe and the secrets that surround us in our everyday lives.

Join Gene and David as they explore the realms of the known and unknown, and hear great stories of the history of the paranormal field in the 20th and 21st centuries.

This week, Gene and David are joined by digital imaging expert and paranormal investigator Jeff Ritzmann to talk about what's lacking in many of the UFO photos that accompany sighting reports. You'll also hear from researcher Tom Levine, who will be on hand to talk about his ongoing investigation into the mysterious sightings of black triangles.

Friday, May 11, 2007


Ufological pundit and documentary filmmaker Paul Kimball invades for a special esoteric radio event, "Kimball of Canada : Audio, Behind the Best Evidence", a discussion of Paul's "Best Evidence : Top Ten UFO Sightings", which will be premiere that night on Canada's Space : The Imagination Station. In this stand-alone audio program, Kimball and I sit down for an in-depth, two hour conversation covering the "Best Evidence" special, both what's on the screen and what went on behind the scenes.

Full Preview :: We kick things off by first having Paul reveal, for the first time ever on radio, the actual order of the "Top Ten UFO Sightings". We talk about how Paul feels after revealing the exact order of the cases, after months of keeping the Top Ten a secret. Paul gives us the inside scoop on the change of the title of the film from "Top Ten UFO Cases" to "Top Ten UFO Sightings".

We go back to the beginning, to find out how "Best Evidence" came about in the first place. We find out what made Paul want to do a "Top Ten" style of film and what is the goal of the documentary. Paul and I discuss one of the strong suits of the documentary : that it is made by someone with intimate knowledge of Ufology and isn't an outsider to the field.

Paul explains the intricate process by which the Top Ten were determined. He also reveals which case narrowly made it into the Top Ten and what the goal was, as far as including this specific case in the film. He tells us which UFO expert gets the final word in the film and what overarching message Paul was trying to convey by giving this expert "the final word". He also explains how this message can also be seen (or heard) via the narrations of Kris Lee McBride.

From there, we discuss what constitutes a "best case", what elements are needed to take a UFO case from "good" to "best". Paul goes in-depth on the #1 case and covers the various pieces of evidence that contributed to making it the Best Case of them all. He also bemoans the fact that the #1 case was the far and away winner of the "Best Case" title, yet is still fairly unknown outside of hardcore UFO researchers. We touch on one case that didn't rank as high in the Top Ten as binnall expected and Paul explains how that case may have suffered from similar cases "splitting the vote" and an over-emphasis of one key witness to the case.

We take a thorough look at two unique cases in the Top Ten, one where the sighting took place not on Earth, but in space and a case which occurred nearly 500 years ago. We'll also cover the #2 case, which stands out for its surprising international flavor, but also seems to fall through the cracks when discussing more "popular" UFO cases, which turns into a discussion on the insular nature of US Ufology. This segues into a look at the chronological trends associated with the Top Ten cases, why it appears like the "best cases" peaked between the 50's and 70's, and how that is actually kind of an illusion, but also has merit. Out of that discussion, Paul reveals which major UFO case from the 1990's didn't receive many votes at all and which fairly obscure case from almost the same year did make the Top Ten.

Paul explains how he tackled the challenge of covering all the cases within the confines of a 47 running time for the film. After that, we talk about Paul's trip to Rendelsham for filming segments for the special, including the strong impression the forest left on him and his "Linda Moulton Howe moment". Kimball strays wildly off topic and shares his ideal Rendelsham adventure.

Looking at the film from behind the scenes, we ask Paul how he tackled the issue of using stock footage, something he crapped on back in our interview from September. From there, we talk about the animations in the film and how Paul went about getting those made for the film. We find out how Paul dealt with the problem that plagues UFO documentaries here in the US, that being "giving skeptics equal time". This segues into a discussion of SETI and Seth Shostak, who have become the de facto debunkers of the modern era.

Next we look at some of the cases that didn't make the Top Ten, including one interesting trend that seems to go against what one would think would make a good UFO case. We discuss that trend and what might be the true causes behind it. This leads to a discussion on Roswell, where it placed in the big picture of the polling and why it isn't a Top Ten case.

We'll find out what surprised Kimball the most about the Top Ten cases, both that made the cut and those that didn't. He also shares with us some insights from the poll he held @ his blog and what the differences were between those picks (voted on by readers) and the picks of Ufologists. Is there an 11 to 20 "Best Cases" and how deep does the pool of good cases go. Kimball's response to a question results in an ultrarare double "wow" from binnall.

Heading towards the end, we find out what other lucky country will be seeing "Best Evidence" sometime soon, what other countries it may be coming to in the future, and what country is the hardest to get to pick up the special. Paul also gives us his best guess as to when the DVD of the film will be available. We speculate on whether or not Paul will experience a form of post-partum depression, now that the film is finished and delivered.

Wrapping it all up, Paul puts over the folks who helped him make the film and he tells us what's next for him, film-wise and, looking far down the road, a potential project that just may involve binnall.


Paul Kimball Bio
After winning multiple scholarships and awards - including the University Medal in History at both Acadia University and the University of Dundee, and the CLB Award at Dalhousie Law School - Paul graduated from Acadia in 1989 with an Honours Degree in History and Political Science, and in 1992 from Dalhousie with an LL.B.

After working for the Nova Scotia Film Development Corporation and Salter Street Films, and as a consultant on film and television to the governments of Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland, Paul founded Redstar Films Limited in 1999. His work as a producer and director since includes documentaries for networks including CBC, Vision, Bravo, SCN and Space: The Imagination Station, as well as the television series The Classical Now. Paul is a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers Society and the Society of Composers Authors and Publishers. He served as President of the Nova Scotia Film and Television Producers Association from 2002 to 2004, and is currently a member of the Film Advisory Committee for the Province of Nova Scotia.

His website is The Other Side of Truth

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

"Kentroversy" @ BOA

Internet conspiracy pundit Kent Daniel Bentkowski is our guest as we delve into a number of shadowy realms of esoterica. In this week's first installment, we'll find out Kent's intriguing background and how it led him to the esoteric, the origins of "Kentroversy", and why he calls his work "research journalism". KDB also tells us about Hilary Clinton being preordained to be President and discusses the '08 election, the microchip and global agendas, and false flag terror attacks.

Full Preview : We kick things off by finding out a little about Kent Daniel Bentkowski and how he got interested in the esoteric. KDB explains why he calls his work "research journalism". We discuss the overall goals of Kent reveals his unique connection to the Illuminati that opened his eyes to a global agenda. Wrapping up the background discussion, we talk about some of the people who have inspired Kent's work throughout his research.

We then move on to discuss some of the "special reports" @, starting with "Hilary Clinton's Hidden Agenda of Manipulation". KDB tell us what caused him to focus on this story. Binnall plays Devil's advocate, asking if Hilary's campaign is just as stage managed as all the other candidates', thus there is no conspiracy. Kent also tell us what he sees as the outcome of the 2008 election and how certain it is already. We speculate on how much of the predetermined nature of the election is known to the actual candidates. Wrapping up that portion, we talk about what Kent sees as a "grooming process" for a future George P. Bush presidency.

From there, we discuss another Kentroversy Special Report, focusing on the "Microchip Agenda". Kent reveals what tipped him off to the agenda and then goes through the gradual, five step process, that sees a microchipped population. Kent also tells us where he thinks we are on the scale of gradualism towards a chipped population. Kent then explains the downside to a microchipped population.

Next, we discuss Kent's four part series "Anatomy of a False Flag Terror Attack". We start out by talking about what a false flag terror attack is and what some of the main points "of note" are when looking for an FFTA. Kent explains the global agenda and how it is the end game of False Flag Terrorism. From there, we discuss the Luciferian aspect to the global agenda, including the influence of Luciferianism on rock and roll.


Kent Daniel Bentkowski Bio
Kentroversy is the pen-name of Kent Daniel Bentkowski, a research-journalist from the Buffalo, New York USA area, which is a short drive away from Niagara Falls. The name came from his best friend, who one day long ago, mentioned that because of Kent's journalistic specialty, that he was always trying to start a "Kentroversy". He knew immediately upon hearing this nickname, that it suited him perfectly.

He has been a published author since 1985, when he sold his first article for twenty dollars. Since then, he has been writing and working as a journalist and researcher pretty much full time. He also has the ability to see the bigger picture, and as such, he has felt obligated to add his voice to those calling out from within the darkness that surrounds this planet.


Next Week :
Kent Daniel Bentkowski (Part 2 of 2)

Our conversation continues with internet conspiracy pundit Kent Daniel Bentkowski. In this concluding installment, we have an extended discussion on esoteric messages found in popular films like "A Bug's Life", "Breakfast Club", "They Live", and others. Plus we'll get KDB's take on esoteric television shows of note, the UFO phenomenon, and Timothy McVeigh. And, of course, the requisite "tons more". It's a marriage of esoterica and pop culture in an enlighting BoA : Audio.

KDB's website is

NASA Recorded Brightest Supernova Explosion Ever

Should they really be saying EVER? After all, we haven't been around, observing space for that long.

HBCC UFO Research

May 9th, 2007

What is it? (part 2)

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What is it? HOAX or ENIGMA...

Monday, May 07, 2007


May 6, 2007: The Paracast, with Gene Steinberg and David Biedny, covers a world beyond science, where UFOs, poltergeists and strange phenomena of all kinds have been reported by millions across the planet. The Paracast interviews long-time researchers in the field, to shed light on the mysteries and complexities of our Universe and the secrets that surround us in our everyday lives.

Join Gene and David as they explore the realms of the known and unknown, and hear great stories of the history of the paranormal field in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Paranormal investigator Mac Tonnies returns to explore space mysteries and possible Earth-based sources for UFOs. Are the strange things we see in the skies what we're meant to see, or are they something else entirely that eludes our senses?

Sunday, May 06, 2007

Air Force confirms Bolivian UFO crash


Here be Dragons

I had to post this because I still find it fascinating how deluded people can be. The year is 2007 AD and we are still plagued by the inaccuracies of history and ancient history, to the point where it becomes so easy to criticize our ancestors with no basis in fact. I find it very hard to believe that ancient peoples were not intelligent enough to know the difference between a giant, winged creature expelling fire from its throat, and a giant cat...especially considering that many of the dragon tales that have trickled down to us through the ages have rarely if ever consisted of ancient peoples finding dinosaur remains and ASSUMING they were dragons. Infact, many of the stories we do know are face to face encounters with living creatures. The LORE of the Dragon is not so easy to expell after all.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

Did Ancient Biotech Create "Nephilim"? Will Modern Science Bring Them Again?

An article by Thomas Horn on the origins of FALLEN ANGELS (a.k.a., Ancient Astronauts).

Return to the Moon vid

Original Astronaut Wally Schirra Dies at 84


"Schirra's first space flight came on October 3, 1962, as pilot of Mercury-Atlas 8. His spacecraft, which he named Sigma 7, made six orbits of the Earth in 9 hours and 13 minutes, proving that a pilot could carefully manage the limited quantities of electricity and maneuvering fuel that longer, more complex flights would require.

Schirra chose the name Sigma because it symbolized engineering precision, and a precisely engineered flight was the result, ending with a splashdown just five miles from the carrier Kearsage in the Pacific Ocean. True to his Navy background, Schirra elected to remain aboard the spacecraft until it was lifted to the deck of the carrier."

Planetary Investigation Lab

A cool interactive glimpse of the Universe...

Jacques Vallee Interview

Holy Apparitions or Holographic alien technology

More on holograms and ET's...

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

FILER’S FILES # 17 - 2007

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William Burroughs, Whitley Strieber, and Ufo's


"It seems natural that someone who had written about drugs, Mayan gods and paranormal voices would seek contact with extra-human intelligence. Burroughs most likely saw it as an opportunity to examine and perhaps question something or someone who inhabited the realms beyond western, 20th century ideas of “reality.” Without specifically mentioning it in his writings, Burroughs was treading the path of the occultist and shaman. What he found, among other secrets, was something that had been there all along: the struggle between good and evil, freedom and control."

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

UK Pilot sees enormous UFO

Scientists to build Robot society

I guess these people have never seen the MATRIX, TERMINATOR or BLADE RUNNER...

Journal of Abduction-Encounter research

A complimentary copy...pass it on.

An Interview w/ Richard Dolan

Farrakhan's UFO

Interesting to note just how many sites talk about this. Google: FARRAKHAN'S UFO
Check it out for yourself...
The reason this interests me is because many religious experiences of all the leaders of various religions---they all have contacts that mirror UFO sightings and/or extra/ultra/crypto-terrestrial visitation...


The Illumination Project is a sister show to MYSTERIOUS UNIVERSE...the first episode is up, so enjoy...


Ep 61