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It may be only the second day in February - but strangeness still abounds. Weirdness still stalks the night. Craziness continues to lurk in the open. Madness meddles those who seek openness and truth.  That is why we bring you Conspiracy Journal every week - to uncover the uncoverable. To reveal the unrevealable. And to enlighten the unenlightenable all the strange news that everyone else is afraid to even admit.

This week Conspiracy Journal takes a look at such brain-numbing stories as:

- President Nixon Consulted Famous Psychic -
- Former Patient Prepares to Sue for 1950s Brainwashing Experiments -
- Stonehenge Builders' Houses Found -
AND:  Colorful Stones Pop Out From Her Toes

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SHOT WITHIN THE WALLS OF THE HOLY CITY WITH HIDDEN CAMERAS The Vatican has been shrouded in mystery and intrigue for centuries. Except for the highest Cardinals and Bishops, the public and even members of the priesthood are not privy to the inner workings of the Church. It is rumored that there are in the secret archives centuries-old artifacts that, if exposed, could embarrass the standard-bearers of the faith. Searching for truth has always been the Conspiracy Journal's main goal. With this in mind, we recently "invaded" the walls of the Vatican with our hidden cameras on a fact finding mission. On our return, we followed up our investigation by interviewing such astute researchers as: Jordan Maxwell - Brad Steiger - Patricia Ress - Penny Melis - and Diane Tessman.

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* Is there a secret cabal of Satanists within the Vatican to further the evil conspiracy of the New World Order?
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* Can exorcism be a futile effort that often results in the death of the possessed?
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* Is the Vatican link to the Hubble Telescope evidence that they are aware that Planet X is headed toward Earth?

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President Nixon Consulted Famous Psychic

After his secretary conveyed psychic Jeane Dixon’s prophecies about terrorism, President Nixon ordered Henry Kissinger and others to prepare for attacks.

Assigned to research the history of U.S. counterterrorism policy, a September 11 Commission researcher last year stumbled upon a bizarre discovery: in the aftermath of the Munich Olympic massacre in 1972, President Richard M. Nixon was briefed on terror plots that had been divined by professional psychic Jeane Dixon.

The relationship between Nixon and Dixon, whose followers believed had prophesied the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, has been almost entirely overlooked by historians. But Dixon’s supply of psychic “intelligence” to Nixon is fully documented on little-noticed White House tapes. They show that the president’s loyal secretary, Rose Mary Woods, gave the president detailed briefings on offbeat national-security forecasts from a woman that Nixon called “the soothsayer.”

In what University of Virginia historian and 9/11 Commission researcher Timothy Naftali calls “one of the oddest moments in the history of U.S. counterterrorism,” Woods alerted Nixon to some of Dixon’s most alarming warnings during an Oval Office meeting that took place on Sept. 19, 1972, between 3:27 p.m. and 3:42 p.m. This meeting (which has never previously been detailed) took place just two weeks after nine Israeli Olympic athletes kidnapped by Palestinian terrorists were killed during a botched rescue attempt by West German authorities. 

“There are going to be killings here in America, bombing of Jews,” Woods told the president, explaining she had just been told this in a recent session she had with Dixon. The psychic (who at the time wrote a newspaper astrology column) warned that Jewish leaders were going “to commence attacks on you [Nixon] for not protecting them,” according to Woods’s briefing. But she said Dixon was concerned for the president—and advised him not to “say something.”

Dixon’s reasoning: there were so many prominent Jewish Americans (“all the big radio stations and TV stations and the newspaper people are Jewish people”) that “there was no way to protect them.”

One possible terror target was Washington Post Publisher Katharine Graham, whose father was born Jewish. “Harm could come to Kate Graham if she opens some package in her office—not her house,” Woods reported to the president. “But [Dixon] is not going to pass that on, she’s not going to call Graham and tell her this.” [NEWSWEEK is owned by The Washington Post Co.]

Woods also reported that Dixon was very focused on Alan King, the TV comedian who had recently cohosted a telethon to raise money for the Democratic National Committee. “Her thoughts are breaking toward [King],” Woods said. King could be one of the targets of the terror attacks, Dixon thought—“or he could be backers of this thing.”

In the course of this meeting—the tape of which was reviewed this week by NEWSWEEK at the National Archives—Nixon initially says little about what he makes of Dixon’s forecasts. But as Naftali writes in “Blind Spot: The Secret History of American Counterterrorism,” his forthcoming book based on his research for the 9/11 Commission, Dixon’s forecasts soon prompted Nixon to launch into a “diatribe” against a frequent target of his wrath: the Jews.

Referring to lobbying from Jewish groups for greater Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, Nixon erupted: “Why the hell do we care about [Soviet exit permits for Jews]? Why should the Jews get out and not the Ukrainians? Why should the Jews get out and not the Poles?”

Still, Dixon’s prophecies may well have spurred the president into action. Later that day, Naftali notes, Nixon called Alexander Haig, top deputy to national-security adviser Henry Kissinger, and instructed him to make sure the FBI had contingency plans for dealing with a terrorist incident in Washington or New York.

The subject of Dixon’s prophecies returned to the Oval Office two days later when Nixon met with Kissinger for a discussion of the terrorism threat. Kissinger reported that he had just talked with Israeli Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin. Nixon referred to the “tremendous pressure” the Israelis were under because of Munich. He then instructed Kissinger to create a “governmentwide” counterterrorism committee—and seemed to offer an unusual explanation as to why.

“Rose talks to this soothsayer, Jeane Dixon, all the time,” Nixon told Kissinger, according to a tape of the Sept. 21, 1972, meeting. “They are desperate that [the terrorists] will kidnap somebody. They may shoot somebody. We have got to have a plan. Suppose they do, for example, Henry, suppose they kidnap Rabin? And they ask us to release all blacks who are prisoners around the United States. And we didn’t and they shoot him? Think of it! What the Christ do we do? We are not going to give into it. We have got to have contingency plans for hijacking, for kidnapping, for all sorts of things that can happen around here.”

As Naftali writes in his book, Nixon at first took the idea of the government terrorism committee seriously—and pushed Kissinger on the issue in the days ahead. He wanted both Acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray and CIA Director Richard Helms on the panel so intelligence would be coordinated at the highest level. “I don’t want a bunch of … jerks from State,” Nixon told Kissinger in a meeting on Sept. 25, 1972. “No, no,” Kissinger replied. “This is a cabinet-level committee … lots of prestige.”

But the issue soon faded and, according to Naftali, the terrorism committee spurred in part by Dixon’s prophecies was all but forgotten. It met only once, in October 1972—and then was replaced by another executive-branch terrorism committee in 1977 under President Gerald Ford. Interviewed by Naftali, Haig called the Nixon terrorism committee “a charade.”

But Nixon’s relationship with Dixon clearly wasn’t—even if nothing was publicly known about it at the time. Five years ago, the Chicago Tribune became the first and only news outlet to report Dixon’s Oval Office connection, though the newspaper did not explore the post-Munich terror warnings that were uncovered by Naftali. A further passing reference to Dixon was made in a Los Angeles Times story about the Nixon tapes in 2003.

If Nixon's dealings with Dixon had become public during the time of his presidency, it unquestionably would have been major news. Dixon, who died in 1997 at the age of 79, catapulted to international fame after Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. Her devotees pointed back to an interview she had given to Parade magazine in 1956 in which she predicted that a Democratic president would be elected in 1960—a tall young man with blue eyes and brown hair who would die in office. Dixon later claimed that she had specifically predicted this tall young man would be assassinated, but that Parade editors deleted this part from the story.

But Dixon also made many other predictions that were wildly off the mark. She predicted, for example, that World War III would erupt in 1958 over the offshore Chinese islands of Quemoy and Matsu. She predicted that the Soviets would beat the United States to the moon. She predicted that cancer would be cured by 1967. In perhaps her strangest prophecy, she predicted that a baby descended from the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti would be born in the Middle East in 1962 and grow up to usher in an era of world peace—until he turned out to be the Anti-Christ.

Her forecasts grew so unreliable that one of her most prominent clients, astrology buff Nancy Reagan, concluded that Dixon had lost her powers and shifted to a rival astrologer, Joan Quigley, who provided advice while she and her husband were in the White House.

Still, none of Dixon’s seemingly wacky predictions seem to have shaken Nixon’s faith. White House tapes show Woods (who died in January at the age of 87) provided Nixon with Dixon briefings on a wide range of subjects, covering such matters as the Panama Canal, nuclear arms talks with the Soviets (Dixon thought arms negotiator Paul Nitze “could be a double agent”) and the president's prospects during the Watergate crisis. "Jeane Dixon tells us that May and June are going to be pretty bad. June may be worse than May. But everything will turn out fine," Woods told Nixon on May 14, 1973.

The president also had at least one documented Oval Office meeting directly with Dixon—a 36-minute session on May 4, 1971. The tape of that meeting may provide insight into why the president was so keen to hear her forecasts.

In the meeting, also attended by her acolyte, Woods, Dixon tells the president in an excited voice how she had just met with antiwar protesters who were gathering in Washington. She told how she had recounted to the protesters what happened during her first international interview in 1949. She was asked about “a young man that God was gonna make great.” Dixon explained that she had meditated on this for a while. Then 10 days later it started to come to her.

“And I got your channel,” Dixon told Nixon. “It is because it is God’s plan for you, for you to be president of the United States.” Dixon explained how she had told all this to the protesters, telling them “that the Lord intended Nixon to be great … He’s here now to lead us to Christ, the prince of the universe.”

While Congress was fighting with Nixon, the bickering could end, Dixon said. “We’ll all get together and we’ll band united under the head of actually the father of our country—that’s our president. And it happens to be Nixon.”

“Yeah, well, I tell ya,” Nixon replies. “Y-you could sell almost anything.”

Source: MSNBC


Former Patient Prepares to Sue for 1950s Brainwashing Experiments

MONTREAL - McGill University was unaware that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency was funding the 1950s psychological experiments for which former patient Janine Huard is hoping to sue the federal government, say members of the school's psychology department.

Huard, a 79-year-old Montreal woman, is waiting to hear whether she will be allowed to launch a lawsuit against the Canadian government for co-funding the research of Dr. Ewen Cameron, who used Huard as a guinea pig after she was admitted for treatment of postpartum depression.

"They did everything to me - insulin injections, lie detector tests, psychic driving, electroshock therapy - they ruined my life," said Huard, who found herself subject to shaking and memory lapses, and also unable to care for her children, after the therapy.

According to Don Donderi, a psychology professor who investigated the matter in 1977, McGill's administration was not aware of CIA funding at the time, and though Cameron's research received funding from the CIA, it was not directed by the intelligence agency.

"Cameron probably thought what he was doing was within professional ethics," Donderi said. "Whether it was bad research ( . . . ) is a different matter."

He said that because the funding went through a CIA-funded institution at Cornell University called the Human Ecology Fund, Cameron was not aware of where the money was coming from.

"Because the funding went through the Ecology Fund, Cameron's research had covert support from the CIA," said Donderi.

A memorandum by the 1963 CIA Inspector General stated, "The annual grants and funds to these specialists were made under ostensible research foundation auspices, thereby concealing the CIA's interest from the specialist's institution."

Cameron's published work outlined his use of sedatives, insulin injections, sensory isolation and electroshock therapy, a treatment still used today.

His most controversial studies concerned "psychic driving," a technique that involved sedating mentally-ill patients and playing them recordings of negative or positive statements to transform their self-images.

His report, The Effect of Long-Term Repetition of Verbal Signals, stated, "all (patient) changes could be brought about more readily if the repetition of verbal signals followed either prolonged sleep or ECT."

Cameron's research was brought to the attention of the CIA by the Human Ecology Fund, Donderi said. In the late 1940s, the CIA was interested in brainwashing, first as a tactic used by Communist bloc countries and then as a tactic that could be used against them, explained Donderi.

In 1994, 77 patients received $100,000 each from the Canadian federal government as compensation for being subjected to Cameron's experiments. Patients were subject to psychic driving, funded by the CIA as an investigation into the possibilities of brainwashing.

Huard was one of more than 100 patients who were refused compensation because they were only "partially depatterned" rather than "fully depatterned." According to her lawyer Alan Stein, Huard is hoping to represent all of the rejected claimants in court, on the basis of a 2004 federal appeal court ruling that it was enough to be "substantially depatterned."

Stein said more than 50 rejected claimants have contacted him to express their interest in compensation.

Source: Excalibur Online


True Myths

Smoothly woven into the history of the ancients is a constant thread of accounts that we are taught to regard as mythological. Into this 'myth' category are placed all those events that do not fit our established scientific world view - i.e. all that we cannot explain or understand. We do accept that many of the characters and places and events were real - the ones that fit our status quo. Ever since being enthralled by the Greek myths as a senior in Mrs Leigh’s English class of '66, this has struck me as being somewhat arrogant.

Had you time-travelled from the 16th century to the future that is today, and returned with tales of cell phones, television, fighter jets and computers, it is almost certain that you would have been considered a liar or a madman. Similarly, we relegate stories about any earlier existence of flying machines and high-tech weaponry to the realms of fantasy, imagination and even stranger things - like the collective unconscious.

Most of the myths consist of stories about a group of super-empowered individuals known as the gods. They all have names and distinctly differing personalities. Similar characters, bearing different names, existed in the religions of the Greek, Roman and Norse cultures. Each of the gods had his or her own special skills and they were able to do things like travel through the sky in special vehicles which were, of course, called chariots. They had magic powers and smart weapons that could smite down individuals from on high. They felt jealousy, possessiveness, love, pride and other emotions common to humans and most mammals. They sexually intermingled with humans and thereby produced children with special powers, for whom they might intervene on the battlefield at moments of mortal danger. It's all there - in the transmitted history of the time.

The gods of the ancient world seemed very 'human,' even though they were endowed with super-human powers and higher consciousness. They are generally considered to be powerful archetypes fabricated entirely by the need of the human mind to understand some of its deepest character traits. Many books have been written and reputations founded upon creating a rational explanation for these similar archetypes appearing in different cultures of the ancient world.

Perhaps these characters were real, and those imprinted images arose from the powerful imprint created by their appearance and involvement long ago with human culture. As a young man, it struck me that they might have simply been extra-terrestrial characters who for some reason visited Earth, or were stranded here and had to make the best of it. I wrote a letter to my mythology guru, Robert Graves, on the subject in 1965 but he dismissed it out of hand, based upon his certainty that intelligent life did not exist elsewhere in the Universe.

We must recognize that modern technology allows us to build weapons and means of transport often equivalent to those in the written accounts of the ancient gods: accounts that sounded fantastical to 19th century culture. We now possess the technology to create chimeras such as the half-human half-horse centaur of ancient times - or to cook up a half-man half-goat such as the satyrs of ancient myth (or history). Soon, perhaps, some twisted genetic engineer will re-create beasts such as the Minotaur of Crete - or craft a fantastic woman with snakes trailing out of her head, such as Medusa.

We now see that much of what we previously dismissed as impossible myth is indeed technically feasible technology. Can we still relegate much of the recounted history of earlier times to being a figment of the collective imagination?

Whilst thinking these wild thoughts, it struck me that the virgin birth, scoffed at by most rational people, might have been a form of genetically modified implant - presumably by those aforementioned aliens. I have since been advised that the Virgin Mary arose centuries after Christ, following an error in translation to Greek of the original Hebrew Bible. Similarly, there might be some other perfectly simple explanation for the widespread legends of super-powered gods mixing with men. I haven’t come across it yet.

Perhaps my "alien gods" idea is just a schoolboy's theory from the Sixties, as easily dismissed as those Virgin Mary thoughts. It is re-aired today, in an age when we witness the awesome powers of modern technology and begin to consider the possibility of life evolving on distant solar systems. We accept that intelligent life kind-of-like-us may have evolved somewhere else, millions of years before us, and have developed space travel well beyond our current abilities. It is quite possible for my once wacky ideas to be right. Today, however, with the greater wisdom of years, I must wonder whether those alien gods may have been escaped prisoners, rather than visitors or stranded travelers.

By Gregory Sams

At the age of 19, Gregory Sams was pioneering the introduction of natural and organic foods within the UK. Fifteen years later, in 1983, he created and christened the world's first VegeBurger. In 1990 he opened a retail shop, "Strange Attractions", off London's Portobello Rd, dedicated to introducing chaos theory and fractal design to the culture. Sams is the author of Uncommon Sense - the State is Out of Date, published 1998. The full text of this book is now online, together with the preface of his next book, plus other writing and the stunning fractal gallery at

Source: The Official Graham Hancock Website


Stonehenge Builders' Houses Found

A huge ancient settlement used by the people who built Stonehenge has been found, archaeologists have said.

Excavations at Durrington Walls, near the legendary Salisbury Plain monument, uncovered remains of ancient houses. People seem to have occupied the sites seasonally, using them for ritual feasting and funeral ceremonies.

In ancient times, this settlement would have housed hundreds of people, making it the largest Neolithic village ever found in Britain.

The dwellings date back to 2,600-2,500 BC - according to the researchers, the same period that Stonehenge was built.

But some archaeologists point out that there are problems dating Stonehenge itself because the stone circle has been rebuilt many times. Consequently, archaeological material has been dug up and reburied on numerous occasions, making it difficult to assign a date to the original construction.

But Mike Parker Pearson and his colleagues are confident of a link.

"In what were houses, we have excavated the outlines on the floors of box beds and wooden dressers or cupboards," he explained.

The Sheffield University researcher said this was based on the fact that these abodes had exactly the same layout as Neolithic houses at Skara Brae, Orkney, which have survived intact because - unlike these dwellings - they were made of stone.

The researchers have excavated eight houses in total at Durrington. But they have identified many other probable dwellings using geophysical surveying equipment.

In fact, they think there could have been at least one hundred houses.

Each one measured about 5m (16ft) square, was made of timber, with a clay floor and central hearth. The archaeologists found 4,600-year-old rubbish covering the floors of the houses.

"It is the richest - by that I mean the filthiest - site of this period known in Britain," Professor Parker Pearson told BBC News.

"We've never seen such quantities of pottery and animal bone and flint."

The Sheffield University researcher thinks the settlement was probably not lived in all year round. Instead, he believes, Stonehenge and Durrington formed a religious complex used for funerary rituals.  

 He believes it drew Neolithic people from all over the region, who came for massive feasts in the midwinter, where prodigious quantities of food were consumed. The bones were then tossed on the floors of the houses.

"The rubbish isn't your average domestic debris. There's a lack of craft-working equipment for cleaning animal hides and no evidence for crop-processing," he said.

"The animal bones are being thrown away half-eaten. It's what we call a feasting assemblage. This is where they went to party - you could say it was the first free festival."

Durrington has its own henge made of wood, which is strikingly similar in layout to Stonehenge. It was discovered in 1967 - long before any houses.

Both henges line up with events in the astronomical calendar - but not the same ones.

Stonehenge is aligned with the midwinter solstice sunset, while Durrington's timber circle is aligned with the midwinter solstice sunrise - they were complementary. This seems to fit with the idea of a midwinter festival, in turn supported by analysis of pig teeth found at the site.

"One of the things we can tell from the pig teeth we've looked at is that most of them have been slaughtered at nine months. And we think they are farrowing in Spring," he said.

"It's likely there's a midwinter cull and that ties in with our midwinter solstice alignments at Durrington and Stonehenge."

Professor Parker Pearson believes Durrington's purpose was to celebrate life and deposit the dead in the river for transport to the afterlife. Stonehenge was a memorial and final resting place for some of the dead.

After feasting, he speculated, people travelled down the timber circle's "avenue" to deposit their dead in the River Avon flowing towards Stonehenge. They then moved along Stonehenge's avenue to the circle, where they cremated and buried a select few of their dead.

The Sheffield University archaeologist said Stonehenge was a place for these people, who worshipped their ancestors, to commune with the spirits of the departed.

But not all archaeologists agree: "I see Stonehenge more as a living monument," archaeologist and broadcaster Julian Richards told BBC News 24.

"So in terms of broad understanding of the landscape I'm not in total agreement."

Dr Andrew Fitzpatrick, from Wessex Archaeology, who was not a member of the research team, commented: "There haven't been many excavations near Stonehenge in recent years and the new work will stimulate exciting new theories in coming years.

"But we shouldn't forget that Stonehenge became special when people brought the stones from Wales, 250km away. Some of the answers about Stonehenge aren't just to be found in Durrington, but further afield."

Stonehenge was the largest cemetery in Britain at the time, containing about 250 ashes from cremations.

In a separate area, further up the valley from Durrington Walls, Julian Thomas of Manchester University, discovered two other Neolithic houses. But these were free of rubbish.

The researchers think these dwellings were deliberately kept clean. They could have been home to community leaders, or they might have been sacred sites, where rituals were performed.

Source: BBC


Does Bob White Have A Piece of an Alien Craft?

Bob White saw something strange in 1985.

He can explain it – and often does – but people don’t believe him. That is something he can’t explain.

The 75-year-old Reeds Spring, Mo., man (76 in March) was driving through Colorado with a friend around 2 a.m. when they saw a light on the roadside near the Colorado/Utah border. The light, White said, shouldn’t have been there.

“It was a huge light on the ground,” White said. “The light I saw was the size of a three-story building.”

White sat in the passenger seat and watched as his friend slowed the car.

“She was scared,” he said.

White’s friend turned off the car’s engine and headlights.

“We coasted as close to this item as we could,” he said. “She didn’t want to stop but we did.”

They sat in the car, looking at the bright light when White’s friend turned on the headlights.

“Then the thing shot up in the sky,” White said.

The light merged with other lights hovering in the sky above them.

“Two tubular neon lights with a blue light in between,” White said. “The other light shot across the sky and disappeared in seconds. I know we don’t have anything that moves that fast or that silently.”

White and his friend watched the lights streak across the sky, then another light – small and orange – broke free and fell to earth close to them.

“This thing was ejected from it,” White said, claiming the object was intelligently dropped. “If this thing had just fallen it would have shot miles from me.”

White and his friend watched the orange light shoot through the Colorado night and land near their car. It hit the ground over a hill, leaving a furrow that took him to an object he says is from the stars.

“When it landed, I followed the groove in the ground,” he said. “It came down at an angle and kind of skimmed the hillside. When I came across it, it was still glowing.”

White said he had to take the object with him.

“I walked back to the car and opened the trunk to see if there was anything I could pick it up with,” he said. He found a leather glove – that was it. Twenty minutes later, he made it back to the crash site.

“I walked back there and dropped the glove on it and picked it up,” he said. The thing had lost its glow, so White brushed the back of his hand across it. It was cool. “This thing heats and cools rapidly.”

He picked up the object – metallic, about 7 1/2 inches long resembling petrified wood – and took it back to the car.

“This thing came down out of the sky,” White said. “It was … glowing like it was on fire. I know they’re out there. There’s no doubt in my mind it wasn’t anything of this earth. It couldn’t be.”

Bob White is frustrated.

Twenty-one years ago, he and a friend saw a strange light near the Colorado/Utah border. The light shot from the roadside into the night sky, but not before ejecting a glowing object. White waited for the object to cool, then put it in his car.

The object is metallic, about 7 1/2 inches long, conical and resembles petrified wood. White doesn’t know what it is, but he knows what he has – he’s convinced the object was made by an intelligence not of this earth.

“Everything points in the direction of extraterrestrials,” White, 75 of Reeds Spring, Mo., said. “Most of the analysis says that this thing is nothing organic from anything in or outside of earth’s atmosphere. There’s no explanation whatsoever.”

And that’s where White’s evidence ends, because although scientists have agreed to look at the object, he can’t find a scientist who’ll say what it is. At least, on the record.

“It’s been analyzed by eight major labs, including Los Alamos (National Laboratories),” White said. “I was told by one of the older scientists it was extraterrestrial, definitely. Then he later denied he said it. His bosses told him not to even talk about it.”

Former president of the Institute for UFO Research, Franklin Carter, now a member of the Disclosure Project and the Mutual UFO Network, is familiar with White.

“I believe his story and I know he’s had a difficult time in trying to get someone to help him in the UFO community,” Carter said. “You’d think with all the clamor for hard evidence, people would be crawling all over themselves to get to it.”

Carter was involved with a UFO contactee conference hosted by the University of Wyoming when he met White.

“I believe his story,” Carter said. “I have no question he found this thing and it fell off something in the sky.”

Carter, who works in the animal pharmaceutical industry, also tried to get someone in the science field to look at White’s object.

“I had some excellent contacts,” he said. “I talked to some of them about it. ‘Well, we don’t want to get involved in UFOs, but we’ll get you the data’ … I’m still waiting.”

White said the object heats and cools rapidly. It picks up radio signals – AM and FM. And, during a UFO convention in Nevada, it disabled the electronics in a casino’s hotel safe – three times.

“They ordered us not to walk through the casino with it,” White said.

White briefly opened the Museum of the Unexplained in Reeds Spring, the object being the centerpiece, but didn’t make enough money to keep the museum open.

“It’s amazing all these people who say they want the smoking gun,” White said. “But when it’s out there – I think I have it – they don’t want it. I passed three polygraph tests by three different police officers. What more can you do?”

White has discontinued his search for a scientist to analyze the object.

“They’re going to have to come to me; I can’t afford to search anymore,” White said. “My wife’s about ready to walk out on me. We’ve spent everything we had.”

For more on Bob White, his book, “UFO Hard Evidence,” is available from Galde Press,, or from A DVD, “The Bob White Experience,” is scheduled to be released this month.

Source: From The Shadows/Jason Offutt


Colorful Stones Pop Out From Her Toes

ALOR GAJAH: A small town girl has become an overnight sensation. She produces colourful crystal-like stones from beneath her toenails.

Rubber tapper Kamariah Koning, 52, said since her 23-year-old daughter Siti Suhana Saadon was featured on TV3 recently, people have been coming to her Taman Cempaka Dua, Durian Tunggal home from far and wide. And the telephone has not stopped ringing.

"People just want to know how the stones grow from my daughter’s toes.

"We are not looking for publicity, but we want someone to research on this and heal my daughter," she said.

Kamariah said that the skin under Siti Suhana’s toenails opens up, releases a stone and then closes itself.

"I don’t work as I have to care for my disabled brother. Also, I feel weak when the stones are about to come out," said Siti Suhana.

The stones, she said, normally come out in fives, but in the past few days only two marble-sized stones have appeared, she said.

One was green and the other was like a pearl.

About 10 minutes before a stone comes out, Siti Suhana experiences nausea and toothache.

"At that time, I can’t think of the pain. I just want the stones to be out.

"Sometimes they even come out when I’m asleep," she said, adding that the larger stones have to be dug out.

Last October and November Siti Suhana sought medical advice for her swollen toes. However, X-rays did not show anything unusual. The first stone — small, whitish and coral-like — appeared in October.

International Medical University’s head of Human Biology Department, Associate Professor John Paul Judson, said Siti Suhana’s ability was a biological impossibility.

"Bones can develop on toes, but bones won’t pop out like that. The human body is capable of producing stones, such as calcium stones in the kidneys and the gall bladder.

"Sometimes gall-bladder stones can look like diamonds and precious gems because of the absorption of the pigments in the gall bladder.

"A person who has been infected with certain types of worms can also experience the unpleasantness of having the worms burrowing out of the skin and other orifices.

"But stones coming out of the toes sounds like an urban legend to me," he said.

Meanwhile, a surgeon at Putra Specialist Hospital has wrapped Siti Suhana Saadon’s left big toe to prevent anyone from “tampering” with the toe.

Datuk Dr A. Senasi said he covered the toe after Siti Suhana was admitted to the hospital for observation.

“I covered her toe with dressing and wrapped it with gauze. I also used a plastic casing and self-adhesive tape.

“I'll unwrap it every morning to check for (any) crystal,” he said.

Dr Senasi said he has not seen any crystal beads so far, and that he did not see any “foreign object” after an X-ray was taken of Siti Suhana’s left foot.

Her blood test results were also normal.

Siti Suhana was admitted for medical examination after news spread that her left toe was producing crystal-like beads. The state is paying for the check-up.

Dr Senasi said he has yet to send the beads for chemical analysis.

Source: New Straits Times


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