9/18/09  #538
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This week Conspiracy Journal brings you such tongue-wagging stories as:

- Chinese Scientist Says He Filmed an Unidentified Object, Not a UFO -
- Jerusalem Syndrome: A Playground of Messianic Delusions -
- Bigfoot in Texas? -
Mysterious Symbols: The Eye -
AND: Ohio Woman Burned Down Her House Because it was Haunted

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Underground Alien Bio Lab At Dulce - The Bennewitz UFO Papers

It is an absolutely incredible story, says Timothy Green Beckley editor of the Conspiracy Journal. Since the mid to late 1970s there have been all sorts of rumors about an underground laboratory beneath the town of Dulce. . .The UFO Hunters show on the History Channel recently featured the entire saga of what has been taking place on Native American soil, and a few days later George Noory and Coast to Coast AM plunged head first trying to make sense out of the various accounts that have surfaced.

Beckley admits that it is difficult to pin point exactly when this macabre saga started to develop. But he gives credit to an engineer named Paul Bennewitz for getting the ball rolling when Bennewitz says he was called to the area when aliens started to communicate with him over a radio receiver. He had been directed to Dulce after observing UFOs over Kirkland Air Force Bases nuclear storage facility. Standing near the tall cliffs outside Dulce, Bennewitz took a series of photographs showing unidentified craft diving into the mountains through what he claimed were entrance ways that could be opened and closed.

One individual in the U.S. military who was involved in the early stages of this investigation claims he engaged in hand to hand combat with ETs who had taken over level seven of the Dulce Base after a conflict with our soldiers. Another person involved in this epic committed "suicide" -- or was it murder? -shortly after the "Dulce affair" was made public.

Much has been speculated upon regarding this sinister matter. But this is the complete work that contains balanced information and details from all sides. First time ever interview with Paul Bennewitz who was pushed over the edge never to return to sanity.

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Chinese Scientist Says He Filmed an Unidentified Object, Not a UFO

The Chinese scientist, who allegedly claimed of seeing a UFO during the July 22 solar eclipse, has denied all such reports, insisting that what he saw was an unidentified object, but ‘not a UFO’.

Ji Haisheng, director of Nanjing-based Purple Mountain Observatory, has clarified that he hasn’t made any such claim.

“That’s false news. I said ‘an unidentified object’ not ‘an unidentified flying object,’” he said.

However, in a Sept 7 report, the Daily Mail said that China had “confirmed 40 minutes of footage of the object was captured during this summer’s solar eclipse and that research has already started on a year-long investigation to find out what it is.”

The British newspaper quoted Ji as having said: “During the July 22 total solar eclipse observation, China had discovered near the sun an unidentified object, it’s physical nature remains to be further studied.”

But Ji has scotched that report by saying that he does not know why his explanation about a bright spot close to the sun, very likely to be the result of some coronal activity filmed during the total eclipse, was misunderstood.

“Obviously, there have been misunderstandings,” he said.

He added that on Sept 2 he received a call from a journalist who asked him about UFO images taken during the solar eclipse, reports the China Daily.

“I was confused and retorted, ‘what UFO?’” he said.

Then the journalist referred to the photograph of a bright spot near the sun, posted on the observatory’s website as a summary report about Chinese observation of the eclipse.

Then Ji realised that the reporter was talking about the bright spot as one of the best examples of Chinese scientists’ success in capturing some fresh and clear images for up to 40 minutes of the corona of a solar eclipse.

Ji told the journalist that “people were being organized to study the data, complete the analysis and reveal the scientific results. That will take at least one year to finalize.”

But, a week later, both the quotes ended up in the Daily Mail report as confirmation of “UFO ‘filmed for 40 minutes’ by Chinese scientists during solar eclipse”.

Source: Thaindian News


Jerusalem Syndrome: A Playground of Messianic Delusions

There are some places on the planet that seem almost to radiate a spiritual power. Early man recognized this and built great monuments on these sites dedicated to this power. Stonehenge in England is thought to have been built on one of these sites. Over the centuries, Jerusalem has emerged as one of these spiritually energetic places. It makes sense considering that Jerusalem has been the focal point of devotion, religious and spiritual activity by millions of people. A visitor to the Holy Land can feel a messianic charge emanating from every nook, cranny and building in the city.

What is fascinating is the way some people react to this energy. Most will take with them a deep, personal enlightenment that will enrich their inner being for many years afterwards. Others will respond in such strange and bizarre ways that even the victims of the syndrome are surprised by what is happening. This strange reaction to religious sites has become common enough to be given its own name: the Jerusalem Syndrome.

The syndrome was first clinically described in the 1930s by Jerusalem psychiatrist Dr. Heinz Herman. Dr. Herman was one of the founders of modern psychiatric research in Israel. He noted in patients an unusual, and usually temporary, mental state of sudden and intense religious delusions brought on while visiting or living in Jerusalem. Dr. Yair Bar El, former director of the Kfar Shaul Psychiatric Hospital in Jerusalem, did subsequent research involving 470 tourists who had been declared temporarily insane.


Jerusalem Syndrome is usually confined to people of the Christian or Jewish faiths, and the phenomenon seems to favor Protestants, who account for 97 percent of all cases. The syndrome affects people differently, though there are some interesting similarities. It generally begins with feelings of nervousness and anxiety, with the tourist feeling a gnawing need to visit the holy places. Often the victim will shave off all of his body hair, cut his nails and repeatedly bathe in order to become purified.

Amanda Faks, a tourist from New Mexico, said that while she was visiting Jerusalem in 2001 she was suddenly filled with the desire to sing hymns and even went as far as to start preaching on the streets.

"I was filled with the Holy Spirit," she recalled. "I left my tour group and started preaching next to the Wailing Wall. The words just flowed from my mouth and even though I was wide awake and knew what was going on, I had no control over what I was saying."

Faks was temporarily hospitalized and after she was sent home, her unusual symptoms vanished just as quickly as they had emerged.

Dr. Bar El, now district psychiatrist for the Ministry of Health, says that for people suffering from Jerusalem Syndrome the clinical picture is always the same. Most have no past mental instabilities.  They do not see strange things. They do not hear voices. They remember everything and know who they are. They do not think that they are another person, like a Biblical figure, but they are filled with the burning desire to chant and sermonize. For most, this reaction, like a virus, vanishes completely in five to seven days.

The district psychiatrist of Jerusalem, Dr. Moshe Kalian, who has diagnosed many cases of Jerusalem Syndrome, disagrees that most sufferers have had no previous mental problems, "In our opinion, Jerusalem is a kind of magnet for certain people who develop their ideas before they come and act out their behavior once they are here."

Jerusalem is not alone when it comes to places that can spontaneously initiate religious ecstasy in some people. Places like Lourdes, Fatima, and Medjugorje, where there have been appearances of holy figures such as the Virgin Mary, are well known for sending pilgrims into fits of religious ecstasy. As well, cities such as Rome and Mecca also have seen cases almost identical to the Jerusalem Syndrome.

Despite years of study, no one really knows what causes the syndrome. Perhaps it is jarring for a serious Bible student to arrive in modern-day Israel where, instead of prophets in sandals, he sees businessmen on cell phones and soldiers on every corner. Or maybe it is the fact that Jerusalem has always been a magnet for messianic messages and some internal source in susceptible people is somehow triggered.


Dr. Dean Hamer, the director of the Gene Structure and Regulation Unit at the National Cancer Institute, published a book in 2004 entitled: The God Gene: How Faith Is Hard-Wired Into Our Genes. In his book, Dr. Hamer writes how he has discovered that a person's capacity to believe in God is linked to brain chemicals. Studies show that people with a specific gene, VMAT2, a vesicular monoamine transporter that regulates the flow of mood-altering chemicals in the brain, were more likely to develop a spiritual belief.

Both the scientific and religious communities have criticized Dr. Hamer's thesis, though for different reasons. "God is not something that can be demonstrated logically or rigorously," says Neil Gillman, a professor of Jewish philosophy at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City.

"The field of behavioral genetics is littered with failed links between particular genes and personality traits," said Carl Zimmer, a science author who reviewed the book in Scientific American magazine.

Dr. Hamer believes that people are born with the genetic propensity to be spiritual, but culture, history and environment determine whether one is a Christian, Hindu, Jew, Buddhist or Muslim. All religions have similar rituals that involve prayer and meditation. "Such feelings can lead to an intuitive sense of God's presence," Hamer said. "We do not know God; we feel Him."

This could be the reason that some people respond so bizarrely to holy places like Jerusalem. Perhaps instead of spiritual belief being determined by a person's genetic make-up, the "God gene" enables one to be more sensitive to the spiritual energies that surround us. In certain focal areas, this energy is so pervasive, so overwhelming, that the victim acts almost like a radio receiver, broadcasting for all to hear the signal that is coursing through his very being.

For those who have been caught up in the intoxication of the Holy City, removal from the environment is usually the fastest cure. Afterwards, most simply cannot explain and do not understand what happened to them. They feel embarrassed and usually do not like to talk about the experience.

The Jerusalem syndrome remains an enigma. Is it entirely the product of an unstable mind? Or has the syndrome been around since before Christianity and actually contributed to the founding of the religion? If, instead, the source is somehow external, could this suggest that the syndrome influenced historical Bible figures such as John the Baptist, the apostles, and even Jesus Christ?  Whatever the reasons, this fascinating phenomena shows how little is really understood regarding man's capacity and need for spiritual enlightenment.

Source: Tim R. Swartz


Swedish Researchers Say Crude Oil is Not Created From Ancient Plants and Animals

Researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm have managed to prove that fossils from animals and plants are not necessary for crude oil and natural gas to be generated. The findings are revolutionary since this means, on the one hand, that it will be much easier to find these sources of energy and, on the other hand, that they can be found all over the globe.

“Using our research we can even say where oil could be found in Sweden,” says Vladimir Kutcherov, a professor at the Division of Energy Technology at KTH.

Together with two research colleagues, Vladimir Kutcherov has simulated the process involving pressure and heat that occurs naturally in the inner layers of the earth, the process that generates hydrocarbon, the primary component in oil and natural gas.

According to Vladimir Kutcherov, the findings are a clear indication that the oil supply is not about to end, which researchers and experts in the field have long feared.

He adds that there is no way that fossil oil, with the help of gravity or other forces, could have seeped down to a depth of 10.5 kilometers in the state of Texas, for example, which is rich in oil deposits. As Vladimir Kutcherov sees it, this is further proof, alongside his own research findings, of the genesis of these energy sources – that they can be created in other ways than via fossils. This has long been a matter of lively discussion among scientists.

“There is no doubt that our research proves that crude oil and natural gas are generated without the involvement of fossils. All types of bedrock can serve as reservoirs of oil,” says Vladimir Kutcherov, who adds that this is true of land areas that have not yet been prospected for these energy sources.

But the discovery has more benefits. The degree of accuracy in finding oil is enhanced dramatically – from 20 to 70 percent. Since drilling for oil and natural gas is a very expensive process, the cost picture will be radically altered for petroleum companies, and in the end probably for consumers as well.

“The savings will be in the many billions,” says Vladimir Kutcherov.

To identify where it is worthwhile to drill for natural gas and oil, Vladimir Kutcherov has used his research to arrive at a new method. It involves dividing the globe into a finely meshed grid. The grid corresponds to fissures, so-called ‘migration channels,’ through underlying layers under the surface of the earth. Wherever these fissures meet, it is suitable to drill.

According to Vladimir Kutcherov, these research findings are extremely important, not least as 61 percent of the world’s energy consumption derives from crude oil and natural gas.

The next step in this research work will involve more experiments, but above all refining the method will make it easier to find places where it is suitable to drill for oil and natural gas.

Vladimir Kutcherov, Anton Kolesnikov, and Alexander Goncharov’s research work was recently published in the scientific journal Nature Geoscience.

Source: Science Daily


Bigfoot in Texas?

A common misconception among the general public is that the Bigfoot phenomenon is limited strictly to the Pacific Northwest. Many people think of Texas terrain as being nothing but prairies and deserts filled with “tumbling tumbleweeds” to quote the famous song.

However, in East Texas, which is where the majority of the reported sightings of Bigfoot occur in the state, there are approximately 12 million acres of forest land. There are four national forests and five state forests in Texas, all located in East Texas, the primary and most important forested area in Texas. The East Texas Pine Belt, or “Piney Woods” as it is commonly called, extends over forty-three counties and accounts for almost all of the state’s commercial timber.

There has been a long history of sightings in the state of Texas. Native American legends dating back hundreds of years describe tribes of hair-covered giants that lived in the forests. One of the first in the history books is the strange case of “The Wild Woman Of The Navidad.” This is a story that was recounted in The Legends of Texas published by the Texas Folklore Society in 1924. The creature was described as being extremely fast and covered in short brown hair. She eluded capture because the horses were so afraid of the strange creature that they could not be urged within reach of the lasso. Mysterious, barefoot tracks were seen frequently in the area. These events occurred in 1837 in the Texas settlements of the lower Navidad.

A report that I came across years ago was written up in a Bigfoot newsletter in 1970. It was written by a man from California who shared a barracks in the Army with two soldiers from Longview. He wrote, “In or about the year 1965, there was a rash of reports of giant hairy creatures roaming the thickets and back country between Jefferson and Longview, Texas, but nearest to Longview. A man and his little daughter reported it as being large, black and not a bear. Several head of cattle and a couple of people were supposedly killed by it. Private Jacobs was a member of a posse that hunted the creature when he was a teenager. He told me that he saw the body of one of the murdered persons and that the victim had been torn apart. At the time, he threw his gun back in the car and went home. I can’t blame him, he was only 14 or 15 at the time.”

We started investigating this case by digging through the newspaper and library archives in Marshall and Jefferson, finally finding an article dated September 1, 1965 that mentions the Marion County Monster Legend. The article was titled “Boy Says For Real Sighting of Monster Renews Marion Legend.” The story is about a 13 year old boy who was allegedly chased by an ape-like creature while walking home from a friend’s house one afternoon. Two men picked the boy up in a car and drove him home. The boy described it as “about seven feet tall with thick long black hair all over its body except for the face, stomach and palms of its hands.” Marion County Deputy Sheriff George Whatley investigated the scene, but found no evidence of a large animal having been there. A UPI clipping, dated September 20, 1965, from Jefferson, Texas, entitled “Town Fed Up With Monster Hunters” was also found concerning the incident. Sheriff Luke Walker is quoted as being upset by the Bigfoot hunters from three states who had overrun his small northeast Texas town since a thirteen-year-old boy came running out of the woods three weeks earlier telling of seeing a big, black hairy thing.

Charles DeVore of Karnack, one of our investigators at the time, started doing some follow up investigations, using the names found in the articles. Sheriff Luke Walker and Deputy George Whatley had both passed away. He went to current Jefferson law officers who were very helpful and directed him to one who worked for Sheriff Luke Walker back in the early 1970s. This officer related that he had spent many hours with Sheriff Walker back then talking over events of his career and claimed that there was no possibility that any Bigfoot killedanyone around Marion County during the 1960s or any other time in Jefferson history. This officer even called several people that he knew were around back then and none of them knew of any Bigfoot killing.

Next on the list was Dwain Dennis who owned the Jefferson Jimplecute at that time. Charles found him to be in good health and possessing a very sharp memory. He corroborated the Marshall News Messenger story about the 13-year-old kid who claimed to have been chased by a Bigfoot. He had interviewed the kid himself that day. He related that something had frightened him very badly but to this day is not sure what it was. He felt that the tracks that he found were not faked.

He and his wife spent all their spare time for about six weeks looking into that story and a few related stories that sprang up from the original. His newspaper articles generated calls from throughout the country as well as several foreign countries. Many other stories sprang up in other media and tabloids and were embellished from there. While many people did come to Jefferson to investigate, chase down inflated rumors, or hunt down the imaginary killer Bigfoot, no organized posse was ever formed. All the wild stories were generated by other outlets and were totally false. He stated that there were no killings in or around Marion County or Jefferson that could even remotely be blamed on a Bigfoot.

Possibly the most famous of the Texas reports is the case of the Lake Worth Monster. This case hit the public consciousness in the summer of 1969. While America was caught up in the moon landing hysteria, sightings of this hairy creature were being reported in the Greer Island area of Lake Worth in Fort Worth, Texas. The animal was described as being approximately seven feet tall, weighing in the neighborhood of 300 pounds, covered with white hair and walking upright like a man. It was purportedly seen repeatedly throughout the year and during July the area was packed with locals who had witnessed the beast. At one point it was said to have become annoyed by the onlookers and hurled an automobile wheel and tire at them from a distance of 500 feet. Needless to say, they leapt into their cars and departed post haste.

The last reported sighting of the creature that year was by Charles Buchanan on November 7th. He was sleeping in the open bed of his pick up truck and was awakened when his sleeping bag was suddenly grabbed by a creature and pulled from the truck. He stuffed a bag of chicken in its mouth and it shuffled off into the water and swam towards Greer Island.

This series of events was the impetus for my personal interest in this field. I was a child of nine years old that summer, and my grandparents lived in Fort Worth. They had a boat on Eagle Mountain Lake, which was separated by a dam from Lake Worth. I can still remember seeing the headlines in the Fort Worth Star Telegram about the “Goatman.” We spent many a night anchored out in the middle of the lake and my imagination ran rampant with all manner of scenarios of the monster climbing aboard our boat.

My childhood interest received a jump start on May 30, 1994, when Marci and I saw a very large, hair-covered, bipedal creature while driving on an unlit two-lane highway between New Orleans and Alexandria, Louisiana. I began researching the Bigfoot/Sasquatch subject intensely, joined several related Internet discussion groups, and then co-founded a research group in 1999.

Texas Bigfoot Conference 2009Since its beginnings a decade ago as the Texas Bigfoot Research Center, the TBRC has grown and developed in some terrific ways. The organization takes a hard-eyed look at the Sasquatch phenomenon and has established a no-nonsense reputation that has facilitated our ability to establish working relationships with institutions and agencies. Among our various activities, the Texas Bigfoot Conference represents the TBRC’s primary educational outreach endeavor. It is open to the public and involves bringing in scholarly speakers considered among the most knowledgeable in the field. By the way, the only thing ever intended by including “Texas” in the name was to indicate location, not that everything discussed would pertain to this part of the country.

By by Craig Woolheater
co-founder and chairman of the Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy

Source: Forteans West


Fairy Tales Have Ancient Origin

Popular fairy tales and folk stories are more ancient than was previously thought, according research by biologists.
Dr Jamie Tehrani, a cultural anthropologist at Durham University, studied 35 versions of Little Red Riding Hood from around the world Photo: GETTY

They have been told as bedtime stories by generations of parents, but fairy tales such as Little Red Riding Hood may be even older than was previously thought.

A study by anthropologists has explored the origins of folk tales and traced the relationship between varients of the stories recounted by cultures around the world.
The researchers adopted techniques used by biologists to create the taxonomic tree of life, which shows how every species comes from a common ancestor.

Dr Jamie Tehrani, a cultural anthropologist at Durham University, studied 35 versions of Little Red Riding Hood from around the world.

Whilst the European version tells the story of a little girl who is tricked by a wolf masquerading as her grandmother, in the Chinese version a tiger replaces the wolf.

In Iran, where it would be considered odd for a young girl to roam alone, the story features a little boy.

Contrary to the view that the tale originated in France shortly before Charles Perrault produced the first written version in the 17th century, Dr Tehrani found that the varients shared a common ancestor dating back more than 2,600 years.

He said: “Over time these folk tales have been subtly changed and have evolved just like an biological organism. Because many of them were not written down until much later, they have been misremembered or reinvented through hundreds of generations.

“By looking at how these folk tales have spread and changed it tells us something about human psychology and what sort of things we find memorable.

“The oldest tale we found was an Aesopic fable that dated from about the sixth century BC, so the last common ancestor of all these tales certainly predated this. We are looking at a very ancient tale that evolved over time.”

Dr Tehrani, who will present his work on Tuesday at the British Science Festival in Guildford, Surrey, identified 70 variables in plot and characters between different versions of Little Red Riding Hood.

He found that the stories could be grouped into distinct families according to how they evolved over time.

The original ancestor is thought to be similar to another tale, The Wolf and the Kids, in which a wolf pretends to be a nanny goat to gain entry to a house full of young goats.

Stories in Africa are closely related to this original tale, whilst stories from Japan, Korea, China and Burma form a sister group. Tales told in Iran and Nigeria were the closest relations of the modern European version.

Perrault’s French version was retold by the Brothers Grimm in the 19th century. Dr Tehrani said: “We don’t know very much about the processes of transmission of these stories from culture to culture, but it is possible that they may being passed along trade routes or with the movement of people.”

Professor Jack Zipes, a retired professor of German at the University of Minnesota who is an expert on fairy tales and their origins, described the work as “exciting”. He believes folk tales may have helped people to pass on tips for survival to new generations.

He said: “Little Red Riding Hood is about violation or rape, and I suspect that humans were just as violent in 600BC as they are today, so they will have exchanged tales about all types of violent acts.

“I have tried to show that tales relevant to our adaptation to the environment and survival are stored in our brains and we consistently use them for all kinds of reference points.”

Source: Telegraph (UK)


Mysterious Symbols: The Eye

The eye has been described as the window to the human soul…a powerful image with many equally powerful connotations and messages.

Masonry does not subscribe to any one religion, membership however cannot be attained without a verbal assertion that the candidate has a belief in God. Belief in God does is not necessarily interconnected with any culture or standard religious doctrine and can be wholly subjective, based upon an individual’s personal thoughts and experiences.

Philosophically, God can and does mean many things to many people….whether that be a large bearded being, sitting in the clouds over-seeing and directing humanity, creator of earth and all its life, or perhaps a conscious “goodness” that can be displayed in a person’s thoughts and deeds.

God could purely be considered as creator of life, an alien entity perhaps who once reaping the seeds of humanity in a series of DNA experiments. Controversial The possibilities of individual belief in God are endless….which leaves the agenda behind the symbol of the “all seeing eye” very open to interpretation.

In Masonic regalia, the eye is a common symbol, often portrayed with rays emanating from within, similar in appearance to depictions of sun rays, occasionally, stars and the moon are depicted within the rays.

Although, without being a high level mason, it is impossible to attain knowledge of the whole nature of Masonic symbols and understanding, however, it is widely available knowledge that to lower level masons, the “all seeing eye” symbol is a reminder that all are under the ever watchful eye of God, the great architect of the universe, who sees both the external actions and internal intentions (the heart) of all, the image of relentless scrutiny should then guide and remind all to behave in a benevolent and responsible manner.

The eye on the capstone hovering over a pyramid, as seen on the American Dollar bill, is often referred to as “The Eye of Providence” (a symbol also associated with some branches of masonry) – this is a very powerful image which gives rise to many interesting and controversial interpretations.

    “Annuit Coneptis” was a motto added to the note by secretary of Congress Charles Thompson in 1782. Without providing a clear translation of the motto, he is quoted to say that the eye and the words “allude to the many signal interpositions of providence in favour of the American cause.” “Annuit” means agree or favour and “Conteptis” means undertakings or endeavours – therefore the motto can be translated as “Providence has favoured our undertakings”

“Novus Ordo Seclorum” means “Mighty Order of Ages is Born Anew” – maybe the phrase “New World Order” coined by many world leaders may ring a bell with many of you.

Prior to the media hyped sound-bites, many conspiracy theorists had been discussing the concept of planned globalisation, a New World Order led by “Illuminate” – (those illuminated with secret knowledge wisdom and power).

Headed by a small group of shadowy elite, occult, super-rich and powerful individuals with big plans to take global governance of the planet (or as much of the planet as possible) by immoral means. Connections, control and corruption at the highest levels, politicians, sovereignty, economists, bank leaders, business leaders, media moguls, military leaders, top scientific minds (including control of what information is funded for study, what information can be released into the public domain and what is to remain hidden).

Many believe that maps and plans for a new world order were drawn up at the end of the second world-war and the plan is now only a short way from fruition.

A secret, silent plan of seemingly benevolent (for our own good) possession and enslavement of the main population……cattle in a pen (just comfortable enough not to make the cattle want to jump the fence)who can be worked, manipulated, watched, brainwashed, controlled, experimented on, drugged or culled on a whim.

In terms of the symbol on the dollar, it is mooted that the pyramid represents the world, with the capstone representing the Illuminate, the few with the ultimate power presiding over the whole. The eye represents the knowledge, power and secret wisdom of the elite. The capstone is hovering above, but is not quite in place, as their final game plan…globalisation, is not yet complete.

It is a human eye depicted in the symbol, it could be argued that God created man in his image, therefore the eye of God is the same of the eye of man…..or it could be argued that the eye represents man as God, men having the power of Gods over the lives of the majority of the population.

In “light” of the illuminating interpretations of the eye (particularly in respect of new world order), it is interesting to note that in 1998, artists Jones and Ginzel were commissioned to install an artwork project – entitled “Oculus” in the Chambers Street / World Trade Centre stations.

301 mosaic eyes were installed, on floors and walls – including a large glass and stone ultra-marine coloured vortex with an eye in the centre as the centrepiece.

The Third Eye

The third eye, inner eye or mind’s eye a spiritual notion, often honoured in Hinduism and Buddhism by wearing a decoration on the forehead, between the eyes. This area corresponds to an energy point, or chakra on the body which when stimulated, can allow an individual to reach a higher level of consciousness, greater imagination, intuition….enlightenment.

Many believe that this location of the third eye is due to the corresponding position of the Pineal Gland (shaped like a tiny pine cone, the size of a pea) within the brain and that this gland, apart from its base physiological functions of regulation of thirst, hunger, circadian rhythms and sexual desire, it is also a direct link between the physical and spiritual worlds.

The Evil Eye

The evil eye is the name given to a facial expression, given by a person (either intentionally or unintentionally) which has the ability to inflict bad luck or injury upon the receiver.

Virtually all cultures have texts or illustrations pertaining to “the evil eye” – texts including both the Old and New Testaments.

Many countries still have strong beliefs in the power of the evil eye and a large number of the population carry talismans to protect them from the potential curses of receiving “the look” – modern civilisations including Turkey, Mexico, Italy and Greece subscribe to this belief.

Not everyone possesses the ability to give the evil eye, and many may not be aware of their ability to afflict this curse – interestingly, those of us with green eyes were reputed to have the ability.

Source: Socyberty


Ohio Woman Burned Down Her House Because it was Haunted

MASSILLON — An Ohio woman who watched her house burn from a few hundred feet away told police she set it afire “because she was sick of living there, and it was haunted,” Stark County Jail records said.

Kristine M. Hambuechen, 41, of 19 Penberthy Pl. NE, was arrested at Eighth Street and Lincoln Way St. E at 5:37 p.m. Monday and charged with aggravated arson. She also goes by the last name of Pritchett, according to Massillon police reports.

Her home was destroyed.

Firefighters arrived at 5:12 p.m. Monday to find smoke coming from several windows, said Assistant Fire Chief Stephen Collins. Bystanders told them Hambuechen was already out of the house, he said.

Collins said the fire, which started in the bedroom and the living room, had destroyed the house by the time firefighters forced their way in. He estimated damage at $10,000 to the structure and at $5,000 to its contents.

Police reports said the home is owned by R&G Rentals, 4509 Forest Glen Ave. in Massillon.

The police reports said Hambuechen called police from a pay phone at a nearby Fill and Go gas station to report the fire.

She told arriving officers that she lit her house on fire by piling clothes in the bedroom and living room and then lighting them with an orange and black lighter.

“She stated that the house was haunted and that the walls were moving, and that she wanted to be free of the  home and the demons,” according to a report filed by Patrolman Brian Muntean.

Investigator Ron Winters of the Fire Department reported that the smoke detectors inside the house had been removed from the ceilings and placed on a chair.

Witnesses told police that Hambuechen left the house and sat on a lawn chair in the middle of the road directly outside of the house, appearing “to be watching it.”

Hambuechen remained in jail Tuesday morning, pending a hearing in Massillon Municipal Court. She was held in lieu of $50,000 bond.

Source: CantonRep.com

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