Monday, April 30, 2007

The Holographic UFO-verse





A week ago, the world was in awe when the King of Rock and Roll performed
on stage with Celine Dion. The explanations ranged from CGI, to Holograms.
It got me to thinking, if we can master the basics of holography,
considering the concept was well concieved for Star Trek, than is it
possible that someone with far greater technical talents has pulled off the
greatest Holographic show this side of the galaxy?
The question is: Are the majority of UFO's nothing more than holograms?
Consider that almost every case consists of a craft appearing seemingly out of nowhere only to disappear into the ether. There is no trick photography. No wizard behind the curtain, so far as we know, and yet there is something about the UFO phenomena that is far beyond your typical idea that they are advanced interstellar craft.
There is one case that to me, spells out the whole concept of holography and UFO's. If you've never heard of the FATIMA apparitions, here is a briefing: In 1917, three children, Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta saw what they called the LADY OF THE OLIVES. According to the accounts, it was the Virgin Mary. Or so the story originally perpetrated. However, in recent times, the FATIMA accounts given by the church have been heavily disputed.
According to some researchers, what the children saw was not in the likeness of the Virgin Mary. On the contrary, what they saw was a being, resembling a 12 year old girl, with large eyes and an odd costume of intricate ball-like details, and an odd crown of still, even more balls, around her head. She was something they had never seen before. But she was not the typical VIRGIN MARY apparition.
Most intriguing is how the sun seemed to bounce around in the sky. Does that sound familiar. Or, how about many artistic depictions of rays or beams PROJECTING the image of the Virgin. This would not be the first time nor the last, that a sighting of such religious implications marked the emergence of a wholely new kind of UFO experience.
Was the FATIMA apparition a hologram? Some say yes, and some still say, BLASPHEMY. That is fine, but consider how eratic the behavior of most UFO's are; like holding a laser beam to the sky and then zipping it back and forth, randomly, with no apparent reasoning.
This is not to say there are no actual, physical craft out there. I have read many, many reports to validate the strong precedence of crashed, retrieved, and very much REAL crafts of a Extra/Ultra/Cryptoterrestrial nature.
But is this all some facade? What if there was an exchange of technology between our government and these beings at some point in history? Do we really think that some advanced race would show us how to build weapons of mass destruction? And if so...if these beings soul initiative is to watch mankind obliterate itself, than that in and of itself is a form of deception, because you don't tell the ant you're going to step on it...you just do.
We could very well be dealing with the greatest cosmic lie ever perpetrated. While we are looking one way, thinking to ourselves how fascinating it is to see these wayward crafts jetting across the sky from some unknown abode in the cosmos, we are essentially looking in the other direction---distracted---while the real crux of the matter, the true happenings are spinning about, right beneath our feet, but we are just too mesmerized by the light show to notice.

PARACAST

April 29, 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.

Retiring UFO investigator Don Ecker recounts his long history in the field, the cases he's investigated over the years, the people he's met and then explains why he's giving up UFO research.

Mars warming like Earth

Hmmm...

UFO Fact vs. UFO Theory

Excerpted:

"There are very few facts associated with the study of UFOs, at least facts that can be proven in the way most people will accept them. We have no control over when or where witnesses will see strange lights in the sky or experience other anomalous episodes associated with them. This places Ufology outside of the discipline of classic science, which demands controlled repeatability. Perhaps the word “Ufology” should be trashed! A more inclusive designation might be “Theoretical Anomalistics,” but unfortunately, we are stuck with “UFO,” for better or worse."

4 UFO's spotted

Whatever happened to our flap?
Did I miss something?

Michael Salla @ BOA

returns to BoA : Audio for a full length interview to discuss Exopolitics. We'll be talking about the goals of Exopolitics, its tenuous relationship with Ufology, and Salla responds to some of the critics of the movement. We also discuss 911, the Symington Phoenix Lights story, the recent release of French UFO documents (and Salla's surprising response) and tons more.

Full Preview : We kick things off by getting some background on what Exopolitics is and what the goals are behind Exopolitics. We discuss how many people in Exopolitics come from Ufology, but that there is still a faction of anti-exopolitics leaning people in the field and how Michael sees Exopolitics overcoming this factioning and how Exopolitics is markedly different from Ufology. We get Michael's response to the critics of exopolitics, who are jaded by the activism or take issues with some of the whistleblower testimony cited by those in Exopolitics.

Harkening back to some of binnall's complaints about Ufology, we find out if there are specific benchmarks that the Exopolitical movement is aiming for, from both a scholastic and political point of view. We discuss whether or not the present political system is conducive to a pro-UFO candidate or point of view.

We find out where Michael sees Exopolitics fitting into a post-UFO Disclosure world and how it plans to prevent the marginalization and redundancy that many in Ufology expect to happen to the field, post-disclosure. We talk about how "proving UFOs are real" may turn out to be the death knell for Ufology, post-UFO disclosure. Michael explains his problem with framing the "UFO question" on a strictly scientific basis.

From there, we discuss one of the recent papers on exopolitics.org, "False Flag Operations, 911, and the Exopolitical Perspective". Michael explains what motivated him to write this piece, which is somewhat outside the usual UFO realm of exopolitics. He also talks about why the 911 researchers don't want to touch Ufology and we discuss the differences between these two fields of inquiry. We talk about how the freshness of 911 helps to override the ridicule factor that has dogged Ufology for decades.

Then we talk about the recent UFO media flap and what the exopolitical take on this flap is, specifically Michael talks about the Gov. Symington / Phoenix Lights story that exploded on the scene a few weeks ago. We also get his take on the anti-Symington sentiment within Ufology.

After that, we talk about the recent release of UFO information from the French government and Michael explains why he feels ambivalent to the story. We get his exopolitical take on the 2008 presidential election and Hilary Clinton.

Heading towards the end, we discuss the Exopolitics Institute, what it is and what it's goals are. That segues into a discussion about what to do, should there be disclosure, with government officials who are complicite with the UFO cover up. Michael also gives us a preview of the Earth Transformation Conference, to be held in Hawaii this May.


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Michael Salla Bio
Dr. Michael E. Salla, is a pioneer in the development of exopolitics, the scholarly study of the main actors, institutions and processes associated with an extraterrestrial presence that is not acknowledged to the general public, elected officials or the mass media. His interest in exopolitics evolved out of his investigation of the sources of international conflict and its relationship with the undisclosed extraterrestrial presence. His groundbreaking Exopolitics: Political Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence (Dandelion Books, 2004) presents the first scholarly framework for understanding the political implications of the extraterrestrial presence.

Dr. Salla is an internationally recognized scholar in international politics, conflict resolution and US foreign policy. He has also authored more than seventy articles, chapters, and book reviews on peace, ethnic conflict and conflict resolution. He has held academic appointments in the School of International Service & the Center for Global Peace, American University, Washington DC (1996-2004); the Department of Political Science, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (1994-96); and the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, Washington D.C., (2002). He has a PhD in Government from the University of Queensland, Australia, and an MA in Philosophy from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He has conducted research and fieldwork in the ethnic conflicts in East Timor, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Sri Lanka, and organized peacemaking initiatives involving mid to high level participants from these conflicts.

His website is www.exopolitics.org

Monday, April 23, 2007

Is strange rock from UFO or just a piece of poppycock?

BINNALL OF AMERICA





One of our most ambitious episodes yet, as Tony Healy, co-author of "Yowie : In Search of Australia's Bigfoot", joins the program, direct from Canberra, Australia. We'll be delving into the Yowie mystery in-depth, following it's evolution from Aboriginal legend to modern day enigma. We'll discuss remarkable cases of Yowie interaction with everyday Australians, the Yowie renaissance of the 1970's, Australia's "other" mystery cryptid, the Junjudee, paranormal elements to the Yowie, and, of course, tons more, in this comprehensive, international edition of BoA : Audio.

We start out by getting some background on Tony Healy, how he got interested in the esoteric and his evolution as a researcher. We find out about the Aboriginal traditions of the Yowie and how it superceded the arrival of European settlers. We then talk about some of the Yowie sightings that came from the early European settlers. Moving on, we discuss the "forgotten years", between 1900 and 1975, where Yowie reports and sightings completely dried up in Australia. Following through on the evolution of Yowie research, we discuss the Yowie renaissance of 1975, when the creature burst onto the mainstream. We talk about what present day Yowie research in Australia is like.




From there, we cover the physical description of the Yowie and how it compares to the American Bigfoot. Next, we discuss the history of Yowie reports in Australia, starting with the Aborginal peoples' position on the Yowie, how they will only reveal some of their knowledge of the creature, why they are so circumspect about the creature, and what some of this hidden knowledge might be.

Looking at the contemporary Yowie situation, we discuss the "neighborhood Yowies", creatures purported to live on the border of wilderness and newly developed land, that in some key cases have frequent interractions with the families who live in the houses right on the border. Tony tells a compelling story of one family's attempt to record the Yowie.

We then talk about some characteristics from Yowie reports and Aboriginal yore, including them appearing after stormy weather, having an interest in human children, and being the sources of mysterious "Yowie bites" on trees. We then discuss one of the most perplexing elements to the Yowie mystery : the enigmatic Yowie foot. Tony tells us about some of the trends that he and co-author Paul Cropper noticed and documented in the book, via a thorough study of case studies broken down into charts based on time and season.

Moving on, we discuss the potential Yowie relative, the Junjudee, a small, hairy, ape like creature with an equally long history of seperate Aboriginal lore and some modern day sightings. Tony tells us some of the major differences between the Yowies and the Junjudees, which suggests that they are two different types of creatures. We also find out how the discovery of the fosilized "Hobbits" on an island near Australia could explain some aspects of the Yowie / Junjudee mystery.

Heading towards the end, we discuss the big picture question of just what is the Yowie. We cover the four different possible conclusions that the book comes to regarding the Yowie (not real, real, real but extinct, and paranormal) and focus on the paranormal aspects of the Yowie which lend possible credence to that point of view, in Tony's opinion. We also find out if Steve Irwin ever said anything about the Yowie in Australia.

Wrapping it up, we find out what's next for Tony Healy, including a trip to America on the horizon.


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Tony Healy Bio
Canberra-based Tony Healy became involved in yowie research in the mid-1970s. Since 1981, he and "Yowie" co-author Paul Cropper have collaborated on many projects, notably in co-authoring Out of the Shadows: Mystery Animals of Australia, which contained a lengthy chapter about the elusive yowie. Over the past 30 years they have searched for lake monsters, hairy giants, out-of-place big cats and other semi-legendary animals in Fiji, North America, the Bahamas, Iceland, Ireland, Great Britain, Nepal, Malaysia and in every state and territory of Australia.


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THE PARACAST

April 22, 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.

Artist and scientific speculator Neal Adams gives you new insights into Earth's history. Contactee Eric Julien explains what he calls "The Science of Extraterrestrials," as Gene and David provide their unfiltered analysis of Julien's claims.

Important: Check out The Paracast Discussions today and every day for the latest conversations about the show and lots of other paranormal matters. Also, please vote for us on Podcast Alley. A vote for The Paracast is a vote for excellence.

Friday, April 20, 2007

THE PARACAST

April 15, 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.

Documentary filmmaker David Sonnenschein spends an evening with Gene and David to explore the subject of psychic surgery and the incredible saga of Brazilian healer Arigo, the "Surgeon of the Rusty Knife."

Coming April 22: Artist and scientific speculator Neal Adams gives you new insights into Earth's history. Contactee Eric Julien explains what he calls "The Science of Extraterrestrials," as Gene and David provide their unfiltered analysis of Julien's claims.

Important: Check out The Paracast Discussions today and every day for the latest conversations about the show and lots of other paranormal matters. Also, please vote for us on Podcast Alley. A vote for The Paracast is a vote for excellence.

The Debris Field

Excerpt:

"Everyone will always believe who and what they believe. Anyone who wants to weed out those that they think are the crazies might want to stop and think for a moment, is it possible that some people think you are crazy? There might be some who want you weeded out.

First they might come for David Icke, then Richard C. Hoagland, then Jeff Rense and so on and so on, but they would eventually get to you."

FILERS FILES

Excerpt:


Are Extraterrestrials Here to Evangelize.
Carl Sagan with model of Viking Lander.

Scientist Dr. Carl Sagan in his book, "Intelligent Life in the Universe" indicated Earth had likely been visited by extraterrestrials numerous times. He states, "Sumer was an early--perhaps the first - civilization in the contemporary sense on the planet Earth. It was founded in the forth millennium B.C. or earlier. We don't know where the Sumerians came from. I feel that if the Sumerian civilization is depicted by the descendents of the Sumerians themselves to be of non-human origin, the relevant legends should be examined carefully." (Page 456)

Anunnaki devas on outer portions of ancient Sumer mural, Sumerian humans on inner portion surrounding a depiction: "Tree of Life" with Anunnaki placed on Winged-Disc above. Close up of wing below.

He goes on to ask, "What might an advanced extraterrestrial civilization want from us?"......He answered his own question by stating, "One of the primary motivations for the exploration of the New World was to convert the inhabitants to Christianity -- peacefully if possible -- forcefully if necessary. Can we exclude the possibility of an extraterrestrial evangelism?" (Page 463)

Evangelism is a method of bringing a belief system to others," The Webster's New Twentieth Century Dictionary states, Evangelize is to preach the gospel, from Greek Angelos, a messenger, to instruct in the gospel, to preach the Gospel, also to convert to Christianity." The sacred writings of most religions clearly claim that Angels or extraterrestrials brought their religious beliefs to Earth.

Dr. David Jacobs told me personally that virtually every abduction is accompanied by a religious or spiritual experience and that special knowledge is transferred to the abductee. Abductee's themselves also frequently claim a profound transformation, ranging from healing powers to spiritual insight, and a new awareness of humans' potential.

John Mack MD from Harvard also told me there was a spiritual aspect to abductions. The aliens attempt to create a bond, they are part of a benevolent alien family, and introduce a religious message from a higher being to save the Earth from some kind of destruction. Assuming all this is true, we need to discern the real alien intentions. They suggest the time is not far off when everything will change and they will be in charge. They often say they want a better world, and the abductee's have been chosen to help and infer non-abductee's are expendable. The angels in the book of Genesis felt that some humans were also expendable and destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah

Tunguska artifacts

Hmmm...

Thursday, April 19, 2007

WHY SHOULD ANYONE BE INTERESTED IN UFO's?

Greg Bishop:

"The study of UFOs, if taken in its entirety, produces some of the same results. An endless cataloging of cases for its own sake is little more than hobbyist pornography, but looking deeper for patterns and trends sometimes opens the door to not only a deeper appreciation for the subject, but a peek from the outside of our own current views of existence and its obvious limitations. Why can’t we agree on what causes UFO sightings, or what controls the phenomenon? A few authors have already pointed out that there is little or no evidence that UFOs are interplanetary craft piloted by aliens from other star systems. Still, the hardcore believers continue to dance to this enticing tune."

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Sunday, April 15, 2007

MINDSHOTS

Free MINDSHOTS episode from MYSTERIOUS UNIVERSE.

Thanks BENJAMIN GRUNDY!!!

Revolution, flashmobs, and brain chips. A grim vision of the future

There is something to be said about overt propoganda. Give the people a bleak image of the future, and they will work against it. Woe to the future generations indeed.

Hi-Res pics of the Face on Mars


I am not ready to discredit the face yet. Not until someone gets close enough to it to definitively say, "Nope. Just a weird looking hill." So...until that day...

The Pleiades

George Bush and the UFO phenomenon

By: Paul Kimball

Whither Ufology?

Joe Vee of BOA has an interesting commentary on the current state of Ufology. Makes me think whether UFOLOGISTS would be better off as renegades. Just forget what the gov't may or may not know and dig for the answers ourselves. Start our own space race. Get our own scientists to build our own shuttles for our own missions, to do this 'thing' we so inherently beleive in: Proving the existence of other life forms in the Universe. If they don't come to us, we should go to them. I know...after typing this, I realized just how preposterous this is. If only a few billionnaires were eager to take on the task...

{{sigh}}

Well, lookee here...

I wonder if we've got cousins on distant planets who think Earth is just a fabled land...hmmm...

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Bare with me...

Sorry, this is the 3rd time I have changed my blog template. I am still struggling to find something that says, " UFO-centric blog," But without the snottiness that may imply that I think I am a know-it-all. I just want this blog to reflect who I am: Curious but willing to seek the answers...so long as no one gets hurt in the process.
I know Mulder got hurt too many times in his effort to find the truth and I just wanna live long enough to see us make it to Mars...for vacation. So again, be patient. I am still learning.

Thanks.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Did NASA nuke Jupiter?

By Richard C. Hoagland
© 2003 The Enterprise Mission

Vintage cars of the future!

I remember when I was 8, looking out my bedroom window when my stepfather bought his new convertible and thinking, "When I am a grownup, I'll have a flying car." Yeah, well some years later, the dream has not been realized and I am still wondering where we went wrong.

Daylight UFO over Alberta

First sign of water found on an alien world


HD 209458b (or, most commonly referred to as PLANET SENA), may have water...

Monday, April 09, 2007

The UFO Iconoclast(s)

The 1957 RB-47 UFO sighting: explained

PARACAST

April 8, 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.

Explore the strange tale of the mysterious "Starchild" with Lloyd Pye. Is this skull from an alien/human hybrid, a hoax, or some sort of strange deformity?

You'll also hear some frightening tales of hauntings from renowned ghost hunter Lorraine Warren.

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Sunday, April 08, 2007

Debunking Kills!

The Easter bunny is dead. So is Santa Claus and the Boogey Man. All dead. They were gone before you were born, when learned men sat down and pondered on the validity of such fantastical beings and based on the expertise as learned men who learned everything. They learned pretty early on to Debunk. And they've been doing it ever since. Sometimes these are the very same men who invent such preposterous things before they kill them. They've even found a way to kill God. Gasp! And dare I say it, even though Easter is upon us and Jesus was supposed to have been resurrected, is it even possible to be resurrected when you've been killed over a zillion times? Yes, they've debunked Jesus Christ.
Debunking is an old skill...much like banging rocks together, or drawing a line in the sand. Debunking is simply REFUSING TO BELIEVE. I know this, because I have debunked many things in my life. At first it was fun. Imagine looking into the eyes of some lost, poor soul also-known-as the BELIEVER. Poor believers. Believing in everything...faeries, witches, goblins, monsters, aliens, and unicorns. How dare they? Such, such...simple, small people, these believers. But then oneday I realized just how many things I believed in and then I counted the number of times these very beliefs have been debunked. I suppose what goes around really does come around.
That is not to say Debunking isnt a valid sport, like volleyball. Or something like that. Debunking is necessary. I mean, you always need the people who lack imagination to make you realize just how lucky you are to have one. Right?
To debunk is to disprove and there are many things to disprove in the world. For instance, it isn't flat. Secondly, it isn't hollow and third, it isn't inhabited by Amazon women from Venus. All of this is valid, but when debunking gets tricky is when it comes to things that cannot be neither proven NOR disproven. This is why debunking kills. A case can just barely make it off the ground, but if it is obscure or strange in any way, it is debunked. All the science; all the study that could have gone into it is dead before it gets its day in court. Roswell was debunked from day one. So were the Phoenix lights and the O'hare sighting.
Let's make this clear: Debunking helps no one. It doesn't help the people trying to prove a case, and it doesn't help those disproving the case. It only makes a case unattractive and hard to get to the bottom of because of all the red tape.
If ever there were skeptics and debunkers who for once (because it never, ever happens) said, "Ya know, this story is fishy and I am completely biased, but let us pull together our resources and see if we can get to the bottom of this." Well then, imagine what a lovely day it would be. Debunkers and NON-Debunkers sitting down for a cup of tea with the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, the Faery Queen, elves, Rumplestiltskin, Giants, Wonder Woman...

A Darn interesting read...

When The Alien Gods Fled The Earth-By Ellen Lloyd

Finally, Scotty get's beamed...

I'm a little late on this, but God Bless him. I, like many Trek fans, loved him...and I am happy his last wishes were finally granted. Godspeed.

This is unbelievably cool!!!

Enemies From Outer Space
The Flying Saucer Menace

Written by Brad Steiger
Pictures Edited by August C. Roberts

This rare publication from 1967 features information and images which
you'll not likely find elsewhere on the net in UFO studies and research.
Enjoy!

HBCC UFO RESEARCH

Black Triangle Sightings

Part 4

Orange Orbs and Bigfoot...

Very interesting...

An Interview w/ Mac Tonnies

I like him.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Jack Parsons and the curious origins of the American space program

Interesting tie-ins between Parson, Crowley and L. Ron Hubbard black magic experiments and the advent of UFO's...

Thursday, April 05, 2007

UFO's or Pelicans?



Personally, based on ARNOLDS original sketch, I doubt he saw birds! Why? Well, because he drew a half circle with two straight ends. The round part is rather wide and in no way resembles the body of a Pelican. I suspect that the later pics of the Arnold sighting are most probably an artists rendition...they took artistic license, and yes, you could then argue that the pic we have seen of the Kenneth Arnold SAUCER resembles a bird...vaguely.

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Aliens Ate My Buick (Blog)

Carol Rosin: A Postcard from the Edge

Space junk

This man collects junk and not just any junk...he actually has a rocket.

(w/pic)

UK hacker loses extradition fight

Someone please explain to me why they are going through all this trouble to get a man who said he saw governement files on UFO's, when LO AND BEHOLD the government says UFO's don't exist anyway!!! Isn't this a contradiction or am I on the wrong planet?

China's moon rover

Excerpted:

"Unlike the solar-rechargeable lithium-ion batteries used by the US space agency's (Nasa) Mars rovers, the Chinese model will eventually run on a radioisotope thermoelectric generator. Such devices convert heat from a radioactive source into electricity."

Filers Files # 13

Filers Files # 12

Filers Files # 11

Nazi Antarctic Base, Sunk

Well I guess I am a conspiracy theorist because I seem to remember reading alot about Station 211. And the only other thing I can think of is, okay, would the NAZI's of all people, really have let the UNITED STATES know anything about what they were doing there? Suddenly 2 people think they've cracked the mystery, which according to them isn't a mystery after all. It happens all the time in UFOLOGY and I have yet to see a valid explanation. I guess they'll have to keep trying.

MYSTERIOUS UNIVERSE # 58

Ben Grundy:

"Rocco and I had planned an elaborate April Fools day prank where I was going to be kidnapped by the MIB for a few days. I ended up falling ill over the weekend and spent it confined to my bed and the couch playing hours of Kid Icarus on the Wii. The funny part is that I didn't let Rocco know I was sick so perhaps he was starting to think our April Fools fantasy had come true!

Now after I edited all my sniffs and coughs out, the episode turned out to be a gem. We've got more info on The Illumination Project, an interview with Australia's Yowie hunter: Paul Cropper, and an amazing recording from an F15 pilot's encounter with a strange object in the sky.

You'll also find out why I now record in a circle of salt to protect myself from Cernovog's black magic."

Show notes, music and Yowies after the jump...



Sydney to fade to black for Earth Hour

New Malaysian Bigfoot Tracks!

KAPPA -- River Imp or Sprite

Edo Period Sketches of the Kappa

Ancient UFOs in Australia

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Paul Kimball wants to know who has MORE credibility

Kal Korff or the Easter Bunny?

You decide...

The Crystal skull cr*p is annoying

Seriously. No offense to the people who own them and really think they are something special, but until laser beams start emanating from their skulls or they start mumbling erratically in aramaic...I refuse to believe they are anything but fabulous works of ART!

This is foolishly fake but looks cool nonetheless...

Black Triangle sightings, parts 1-3 (of 4)

I love Brad Steiger

Nick Redfern talks about the re-release of Steiger's seminal work "WORLDS BEFORE OUR OWN"

I read this book in the SIXTH grade!!!

My latest article at BOA

PARACAST

April 1, 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.

Outspoken paranormal commentator and documentary filmmaker Paul Kimball discusses the good, bad and ugly aspects of UFO research and other fascinating issues.

UFO author Kevin D. Randle sets the record straight on the Roswell, New Mexico and Aurora, Texas incidents.

Sunday, April 01, 2007

If only the world were that much more mysterious...

Today I was followed home by two psychos in a pickup. Thankfully I wasnt alone, but still, when you live in the neighborhood I live in, it pays to be cautious. Infact it would pay a whole lot more to be superhuman and capable of smoting your enemies with laserbeams. But that not being the case, after my cousin, my sister and I ran home, through a series of backyards and rolling hills, I came to the conclusion that UFOLOGY, for me, is an escape. An escape from the world that lays just beyond my front door. In the world of Ufology, extraterrestrials invade our airspace, our planet, everyday and we want to know why. In the world I wake up to everyday, other humans invade my space. I would prefer the aliens to tell you the truth. Too many people have been killed in March alone in my city. Dorchester is becoming a cesspool of vagrants and murderers...perverts and worse still...and I am telling you I would rather live on the moon...I would rather be abducted by reptilians than have to hear about another teenager getting killed on my street. I wonder if any other UFOLOGISTS can say the same.

Atlantis power grid discovered???

I remember a few months ago when Whitley Strieber sent this location, with the pic in this article, via his newsletter. I guess there is more than meets the eye.

Wizards in the woods?

A neat story

Baseball and the paranormal @ BOA

Tim Binnall talks to Kimball, Coleman, Friedman and Gorightly about Baseball and beyond...don't miss this!

Shag Harbour revisited

Watch this too...

1977 Vrillon message

Watch this!

What is hidden underwater

Soemwhere in the bible is does say that the world that was BEFORE will be no more...we arent the first advanced civilization in this plaent and we wont be the last.

NASA worries about gap in space flight

Well, doesnt this just completely ruin MY dreams of space exploration!

UFO's for defense

Highly improbable. Where are they getting the tech from? All of a sudden they want to build UFO's...? Am I the only one who hears the TWILIGHT ZONE theme song playing in the background???

UFO Flap over Canada

I have been on vacation this week, but I am trying to contact friends in Canada regarding the rash of sightings in the region. More to come.