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Good evening, and welcome to your nightmare! Tonight's players will include the evil New World Order with their schemes of a one-world government. We can also expect a visit from the mysterious UFOs and their enigmatic off-world pilots.  Throw in a few Men-In-Black with their agenda of silence and we have one frightening show for those who dare to participate. Thank heavens for Conspiracy Journal, here once again, and every week to turn your nasty nightmares into sweet dreams.

This week Conspiracy Journal brings you such migraine-inducing stories as:

- Did 'Financial Terrorism' Cause 2008 Economic Crash? -
- The Dark Side of Flying Saucers - Are We Dealing With Something Evil? -
- Cracked Mayan Code May Lead to Lost Gold -
Couple spend £3,000 on Hotels after Poltergeists Force Them From Home
AND: Aliens Spoke To Us In A 'Cat-Like Language' Claim Russian
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All these exciting stories in this week's issue of

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Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer:
UFO Parasites - Alien Soul Suckers -
Invaders From Demonic Realms






It's the dirty little secret of UFOlogy -- something that only a few insiders dare discuss amongst themselves. For example, Lord Hill-Norton, the late five-star Admiral and the former head of the British Ministry of Defence, believed strongly in the existence of UFOs. But he did not see them in a positive light, professing instead in his privately printed UFO Concern Report: "UFOs are essentially a religious matter rather than a military threat and furthermore there is certainly a degree of psychic involvement in almost every case. Quite often, however, such experiences are definitely antithetical to orthodox Christian beliefs."

Journalist and author of "The Mothman Prophecies" (made into a film starring Richard Gere) John A. Keel was adamant when he stated: ". . ..The UFOs do not seem to exist as tangible manufactured objects. They do not conform to the accepted natural laws of our environment. . .The UFO manifestations seem to be, by and large, merely minor variations of the age-old demonological phenomenon."

Other researchers of supernatural phenomena have noted that. . .The casting of magical spells, the performance of occult rituals and a ceremony to conjure up spirits are sometimes attempted by witnesses prior to a UFO appearing in their proximity.


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Did 'Financial Terrorism' Cause 2008 Economic Crash?

Terrorists and other 'financial enemies' were likely responsible for the near collapse of the U.S. financial system in 2008, a new Pentagon report has concluded.

The 2009 report, 'Economic Warfare: Risks and Responses', said financial terrorism by Jihadists or countries such as China may have cost the global economy $50 trillion in a series of co-ordinated strikes against the U.S. economy.

In an astonishing conclusion, the report claims two unidentified traders deliberately devalued trillions of dollars' worth of stocks at the height of the crisis.

The report also concludes that untraceable actors undertook a three-tiered attack beginning in 2007, and that 'Phase III [of the attack] may be under way right now.'

'In addition, these same actors have clearly demonstrated the means to carry out such an attack.

'There is sufficient justification to question whether outside forces triggered, capitalised upon or magnified the economic difficulties of 2008.'

The report concluded that: 'Without question, there were actors who had the motive to harm the U.S. economy.

The report was commissioned in early 2009 by the Pentagon's Irregular Warfare Support Program - which prepares U.S. government and military agencies for emerging non-traditional threats.

Its author, economic analyst Kevin Freeman, published it in June 2009 before passing it on to investigators at the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in November 2010.

Although never classified, sources indicated that the report emerged only after concerned Congressmen and Defence Department officials highlighted its existence to media sources.

A source close to the report added: 'It is my understanding that people in the DoD and government officials thought this should be brought to public attention.'

Speaking to the Washington Post, Mr Freeman said that American security forces needed to address vulnerabilities in the U.S. financial system.

He said: 'We spend hundreds of billions of dollars on weapons systems each year. But a relatively small amount of money focused against our financial markets through leveraged derivatives or cyber efforts can result in trillions of dollars in losses. This is the equivalent of box cutters on an air plane.'

When asked who he thought may be responsible for the attacks, Mr. Freeman added: 'Unfortunately, the two major strategic threats, radical jihadists and the Chinese, are among the best positioned in the economic battle space.'

The attacks, according to the report, were part of a three-phase strategy.

The first phase was the deliberate inflation of oil prices in 2007 that generated as much as $2 trillion of excess wealth for oil-producing nations, 'filling the coffers of Sovereign Wealth Funds, especially those that follow Shariah Compliant Finance.'

In the second phase, untraceable investors attacked financial institutions such as Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers in a 'bear raid'.

The term refers to a strategy where investors try to force the value of companies down through malicious rumours or complex financial trades that impact its stock price.

The report says that as the crisis began,  'virtually overnight'  two relatively small brokers emerged to trade, 'trillions of dollars worth of U.S. blue chip companies.'

Crucially, these as yet unidentified investors are currently the number one traders in, 'all financial companies that collapsed or are now financially supported by the U.S. government,' according to Mr Freeman.

Attacks on banks, especially Lehman Brothers which collapsed in 2008, caused interbank lending to seize up and stock markets around the world to collapse.

The U.S. government then had to step in and bail the system out. Following this, the 'third phase' has seen the massive U.S. public debt now threatening the primacy of the dollar as a global currency.

'Such an event,' the report says,  'has already been discussed by finance ministers in major emerging market nations such as China and Russia as well as Iran and the Arab states.

'In short, a bear raid against the U.S.financial system remains possible and may even be likely.'

The report also points to evidence by former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, who said in 2008 that the Russian government had made a 'top-level approach' to the Chinese, asking them to dump shares in American mortgage giants Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae - forcing both into insolvency.

The Chinese military, according to the report,  'has been advocating the potential for an economic attack on the U.S. for 12 years or longer as evidenced by the publication of the book Unrestricted Warfare in 1999.'

Source: The Week


The Dark Side of Flying Saucers - Are We Dealing With Something Evil?
By Sean Casteel

The mystery of just who is piloting the UFOs witnessed around the world since ancient times has many so-called "solutions." Working from the available evidence, one can argue for any number of interpretations of the phenomenon, and those interpretations run the gamut from the UFOs being an early harbinger of the Second Coming of Christ to an invasion by cold-blooded, methodical aliens bent on colonizing our planet by the skillful combining of our DNA with theirs.

There is also this less frequently heard interpretation: that the present day UFO and alien abduction phenomenon are simply a modernized, more technological manifestation of the same demons that have tormented and sought to manipulate mankind since the beginning of time. In other words, the gray aliens are nothing new and their basic malevolent intent has never changed.

This statement, by no less an authority than Lord Hill-Norton, the late five-star admiral and the former head of the British Ministry of Defence, helps to put that perspective into focus: "UFOs are essentially a religious matter rather than a military threat, and furthermore there is certainly a degree of psychic involvement in almost every case. Quite often, however, such experiences are definitely antithetical to orthodox Christian beliefs." 

I recently took part in the writing of a new book on this darker side of flying saucers. The book is called "Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer." A portion of the book is a reprint of an earlier book, circa sometime in the 1950s, by Cecil Michael, with which the later anthology shares its title. In the book, Michael describes a hellish abduction experience in which he visits the domain of the damned and is somehow miraculously returned and left coherent enough to write about the experience. Michael's take on the subject is exactly the opposite of the majority of 1950s contactees, most of whom describe pleasant-looking, blond, Nordic aliens who compassionately warn mankind of his potential coming doom through nuclear warfare and environmental decay.

Given that Michael is for his time a dissenting, minority opinion, one would think it easy enough to dismiss what he is saying. But such is not the case. As all the updated material that was poured into "Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer" so ably demonstrates, there are a great many researchers and abductees of our more current age who also believe that the UFO phenomenon is Satanic and demonic.

Two of the more prominent names in UFO research, the late John Keel and the celebrated Jacques Vallee (the character of LaCombe in the movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" was modeled after Vallee), both arrived at the conclusion that there is a spiritual, paranormal aspect to flying saucers that is too often denied by nuts-and-bolts researchers who see only the appearance of aliens from another planet in physical ships. But there is much about typical UFO encounters that blends rather fuzzily with time-honored stories of demons and run-ins with the "little people." It is that opening of one's self to the paranormal and psychic components that makes the overall experience so terrifying to so many.

And the updated book does indeed present some terrifying anecdotes as it winds its way through its exhaustive treatment of the subject. One section of the book deals with the Jinn, the demons of Islamic mysticism, and makes a case for their overlapping with modern aliens. The Jinn are a morally complex form of demon, with some of them laboring to do good in the world, even "confessing" to the truth of the Koran.

Contributor Adam Gorightly deals with sexual encounters between humans and aliens, and discusses how "the Great Beast" Aleister Crowley used hallucinogenic drugs along with sexual "magick" to invoke otherworldly entities. Gorightly lumps together the sexual aspects of our present understanding of the alien abduction experience with ancient myths about demons as sexual predators in his chapter on "Psychic Space Age Vampires."

Meanwhile, author Tim Swartz recounts stories of human mutilation at the hands of the UFO occupants, one incident of which took place on a military base in Texas in 1956. The notion that the aliens/demons may feed on the energy contained in human blood and on human misery in general is also explored.

My own contributions to the book include a general overview of the beliefs of the aforementioned Keel and Vallee, as well as the case for the phenomenon's wickedness made by pilot and researcher John Lear, the son of the man who invented the Lear Jet. When one sees the beguiling light show of an approaching UFO, Lear advises one to "run like hell" and not be suckered in by the beauty of the ships or in any way to assume their true demeanor is a friendly one. According to Lear, the aliens just want to suck out the marrow of our souls, and our fear and humiliation is nourishing to them.

I also interviewed a retired pastor named Tom Horn, who tells a story of a real-life encounter with a demonic entity that was witnessed by several members of his congregation. A rebellious teenager who had fallen under the spell of satanic heavy metal music appeared to become "possessed" and went charging at Horn only to run head-on into some kind of invisible force field and drop like a sack of potatoes. Horn believes he was singled out for the attack by the demon because of his position of authority as pastor, and testifies further that all who witnessed the apparent miracle were very shaken up and knew that there is a living God who watches over such things.

Horn very much believes that the UFO phenomenon is demonic for the most part, but he also acknowledges that his sister is an abductee, which creates a moral dilemma for him that he continues to ponder along with the many other spiritual issues that have long troubled him. He allows as how some of the UFO activity in the Bible can be put in the righteous category and that the present day abducting gray aliens may somehow stand outside normal notions of sin and wrongdoing. The phenomenon is not easy to categorize in everyday terms of black and white, even for those of devout Christian faith.

I also contributed a short chapter in which I discuss the views of "Communion" abductee Whitley Strieber and "Intruders" researcher Budd Hopkins. Strieber, at the time my interview with him was conducted, said it was very easy for him to equate the gray aliens with demons, and that the terror and the misery of the experience made it impossible to distinguish between them. Hopkins, on the other hand, said the moral complexity of the abduction phenomenon made it impossible to draw conclusions about the aliens' inherent good or evil. All we can really do, according to Hopkins, is try to pick it up by the human end of it and examine the way it's affected people, apart from any premature conclusions about the moral character of the abductors.

Meanwhile, there is no lack of scary stories to be told about the wicked aspects of UFO lore. In an interview with Timothy Beckley, the book's editor and publisher, Christopher O'Brien discusses the folklore surrounding creatures called "skin-walkers" in the mysterious San Luis Valley, which spans parts of Colorado and New Mexico and has been a UFO hotspot for several decades. The term "skin-walker" is interchangeable with "shape shifter," and essentially means a creature that can change his appearance from human to animal and back again. 

"According to traditional knowledge," O'Brien says, "skin-walkers are able to read a victim's thoughts. They are also thought to be able to mimic any human or animal sound. This ability is sometimes used to draw unwitting victims outside by calling in the voice of a person known to them or using a familiar animal sound. Don't ever look into and/or lock eyes with a suspected skin-walker. This will enable his will to enter you and take over all your motor functions and make you do and say things that are completely beyond your control. It takes the voodoo zombie thing to a whole new level!"

What is the government connection to all this? How do the intelligence community and the Pentagon view the good-versus-evil-of-the-aliens question? Noted author Nick Redfern alleges, in an interview with Tim Beckley about Redfern's book "Final Events," that the government long ago concluded that the UFOs were of a demonic nature and there was little to be done in terms of protecting the general public from the flying saucer devils. They began to develop a plan to convert the entire population to Evangelical Christianity so that they could at least wage a kind of spiritual battle for their immortal souls. Tom Horn, who I referred to earlier in this review, calls such people "prayer warriors," saying, "Fervent prayer by the righteous would be the battering rams that could push through that demonic oppression." Whether the government will ever go public with the prayerful strategy is another question entirely. 

The classic demons of Christianity as well as zombies, shape-shifters, hellhounds, vampires, succubi and incubi - "Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer" has it all. (Coauthor Tim Beckley believes that the ghosts who trouble the haunted are also part of that same list of manifestations of "alien" evil.) There exists nowhere else such a complete, exhaustive study of the evil aspects of the UFO phenomenon. Drawing on a large collection of contributing authors, every angle of wickedness is covered in remarkable depth and thoroughness. It is also packed with photos and interesting sidebar material and will keep the reader absorbed throughout its 300 pages.

I would like to add, however, that I personally believe the UFO phenomenon and even alien abduction are not simply demonic. It would take a whole other book to make the argument for righteous aliens to as complete a degree as "Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer" argues for the evil interpretation, but in the meantime you can check out my earlier books "UFOs, Prophecy and the End of Time," "Signs and Symbols of the Second Coming" and "The Excluded Books of the Bible." In any case, it certainly can't hurt for us to pray for God's mercy on our souls, which you will definitely want to consider doing once you've read "Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer." The cover alone, with artwork by Tim Swartz, is enough to put a scare into you, so please approach this book with caution.

[If you enjoyed this article, please visit Sean Casteel's UFO Journalist website at www.seancasteel.com  Several of his books are available for purchase there, as well as at Amazon.com]


UK Releases More Previously Classified UFO Files

Intelligence papers on a reported UFO sighting known as the "Rendlesham incident" have gone missing, files from the National Archives reveal.

The missing files relate to a report of UFO activity from US servicemen at RAF Woodbridge in Suffolk in 1980. The disappearance came to light with the release of 8,000 previously classified documents on UFOs.

Officials found a "huge" gap where defence intelligence files relating to the case should be, the papers show.
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The documents are the latest MoD files on UFOs released into the National Archives which will be free to access on its website for a month.

Photographs and sketches of UFOs made by members of the public are included, as well as their eyewitness reports.

Among the documents is testimony from an airline pilot and his son who say they spent five minutes watching an object made up of three circles fly past their garden in Hellingly, East Sussex.

The pilot reported it to Air Traffic Control in West Drayton, and an official labelled his sighting as one by "a credible witness".

But another defence official later wrote a memo saying the report "contains nothing of air defence significance".

More attention is given to the crew of an RAF Tornado who encountered an object the size of a C130 Hercules transport aircraft while flying over the North Sea in 1990.

    "I did not lock the UFO on radar. My navigator and I were so surprised that we did not think to do so. Indeed, for the majority of the sighting, the UFO was out to one side of my aircraft which would have required me to maneuver the aircraft to place within the radar field of view. Of more interest, despite repeated radio calls to Dutch Military Radar, the controller insisted that he could not see the UFO.

    "The UFO did not look like any aircraft that I know to be in service with any air force either today or at the time of the sighting... I would describe the UFO as being C-130 aircraft in size (certainly in length but much shorter wingspan).

    "The UFO was close to the same altitude, perhaps a little higher, and I could see detail in the area of the engine exhaust which contained a light blue afterburner type flame which was steady but changing in intensity.

    "Another...quite separate pair of aircraft were outbound from Laarbruch heading for the UK when they also saw the UFO at about the same time... [T]he UFO came down our right-hand side at great speed (ie. coming from the direction of the UK). We were doing 0.8 Mach and it readily overtook us."

Once again, in this case you'll find an MoD note pointing out that the "departmental records for this period were destroyed some time ago in accordance with standard administrative procedures."

Another file released reveals six small "flying saucers" were found by members of the public in locations across southern England in 1967. Four police forces and the army were mobilised before it emerged the incident was a rag-day hoax by engineering students from Farnborough Technical College.

There is also a report from a London man who believed he may have been abducted by aliens.
Minister's request

The files reveal that key documentation relating to the Rendlesham Forest incident has disappeared. Some UFO researchers believe the episode, which happened over two nights in 1980 is a classic example of a "close encounter".

The incident took place near the fence of RAF Woodbridge - at that time being used by the US Air Force. A group of servicemen reported seeing strange lights in the trees near the base and after investigating found marks on the ground and damage to vegetation.

The files reveal the MoD received a request for its own records of the incident in 2000, but when officials looked they discovered a "huge" gap where defence intelligence files relating to it should be.

The hunt generated a series of notes, with one official speculating that the files could have been taken home by someone and another remarking that "it could be interpreted to mean that a deliberate attempt had been made to eradicate the records covering this incident".

However, among intelligence papers released in 2009, it was revealed that former Admiral of the Fleet Lord Hill-Norton wrote to the defence secretary about the incident in 1985, speculating that an unauthorised aircraft may have entered and left UK airspace at the time.

But it is not the only gap in the official record. In 2002 the MoD received a request for information from Lord Hill-Norton. He wanted to know about reports of a UFO sighting made by HMS Manchester while on exercise in the 1990s.

It emerged in the file that HMS Manchester's log for one of the periods was lost overboard after "a gust of wind" and the vessel's captain cannot remember anything unusual taking place.

This latest tranche of documents covers not just people who contacted the Ministry of Defence after seeing lights or objects, but also sheds some light on official thinking about this aspect of the paranormal.

Concern about UFOs and what they might be went up to senior level and lasted several years.

Officials were dismayed when in 1977 the then Prime Minister of Grenada Sir Eric Gairy wanted to call for the United Nations to set up a unit to investigate the phenomenon.

The files show how Britain was concerned the idea would drag the UN into disrepute. The premier was persuaded to withdraw his proposal but went on to call for 1978 to be designated "the year of the UFO". He was deposed in a coup the following year.

UFOs have only ever received one debate in Parliament. It came in the House of Lords in 1979, at the height of the "winter of discontent", and the files show how officials laboured to prepare a government position on the topic.

At the end of the discussion the government spokesman Lord Stabolgi summed up what remains the official position now.

"There is nothing to convince Her Majesty's government that there has ever been a single visit by an alien spacecraft. As for telling the public the truth about UFOs, the truth is simple.

"There really are many strange phenomena in the sky, and these are invariably reported by rational people. But there is a wide range of natural explanations to account for such phenomena."

Check out the latest released UFO files at: http://ufos.nationalarchives.gov.uk/

Source: BBC


Cracked Mayan Code May Lead to Lost Gold

Led by Joachim Rittsteig, an expert in Mayan writing, a group of scientists and journalists left Germany on a mission to Guatemala in search of a lost Maya treasure allegedly submerged under Lake Izabal.

According to the German newspaper Bild, which sponsored the expedition, the expedition includes two reporters from the publication, a photographer, a television camera, and a professional diver who will submerge into Lake Izabal in an attempt to find eight tons of gold said to have been lost there.

The expedition is led by Joachim Rittsteig, an expert in Mayan writing, who claims to have cracked the famous Dresden Codex and discovered specific information in one of its chapters that leads to a treasure in Lake Izabal.

"The Dresden Codex leads to a giant treasure of eight tons of pure gold," said  Rittsteig, who has spent more than 40 years studying the document, to Bild.

A professor emeritus at Dresden University and author of various publications about the Maya culture, Rittsteig stressed that "page 52 talks about the Maya capital of Atlan, which was ruined by an earthquake on October 30th in the year 666 BC. In this city, they kept 2,156 gold tablets on which the Maya recorded their laws."

The treasure sank, along with the city, into the waters of Lake Izabal, located in eastern Guatemala. But the German academic claims to have found the remains thanks to radar images taken in the area.

Rittsteig calculates that "just the gold in the tablets is estimated to be currently worth up to 211 million euros (290 million dollars)."

The Dresden Codex, drafted in the year 1250 AD by Mayan priests, is one of the four major documents that remain from that culture. It has been housed by the Saxon State Library in East Germany for the last 272 years.

The code was discovered in 1739 in the possession of a wealthy man in Vienna, though no one knows how he got a hold of it. He then donated it to the Dresden Library, where it is kept under bullet-proof glass in a room with other treasured documents.

Joachim Rittsteig has dedicated most of his entire life to decoding the codex, which is composed of 74 pages, 3.56 meters long with 74 distinct hieroglyphics.

The Dresden Codex contains much of what is known of Mayan Culture, including  their understanding of astrology, medicine and even the end of the world.  In the last chapter, the codex describes the coming apocalypse, which it says will take place on December 12th, 2012.

Source: Fox News Latino


Couple spend £3,000 on Hotels after Poltergeists Force Them From Home

A couple have spent £3,000 of their life savings on hotel rooms after catching poltergeists on tape haunting their rented dream home.

French musician Jean Marc Mariole and his former model wife Charlotte have been tormented by the spectres ever since moving into their home in Frodsham, Cheshire.

Bumps in the night, ghostly orbs and spine-tingling spooks caught on CCTV have left the couple so scared to spend a night in their beds that they have even resorted to begging an exorcist to ward off the evil spirits.

But the house, which is close to the scene of two suicides, remains haunted.

The pair says the eerie goings-on started just four weeks after moving into their flat last April and include stamping noises, flying blobs and even levitating bed sheets.

The constant thumping through the night means the couple have not had a decent night's sleep in months - snatching what rest they can at nearby hotels.

On several occasions, they have been forced to flee their home in the middle of the night, desperately checking into the local Holiday Inn in the early hours.

But after spending £18,000 on decorating the luxury flat, the couple are fast running out of cash to spend on hotel rooms.

Charlotte, 53, originally from Bordeaux, said the peak of the paranormal pranks came when she was suddenly locked in her bathroom while washing her face.

She said: 'It was really frightening - the door just slammed behind me and the window was not even open, so it couldn't have been a breeze.

'The shower curtain started sliding back and forth along the rail. It was the scariest thing that's ever happened to me.

'I tried to soap up the lock, but it wouldn't open and I had to resort to calling for the neighbours to help me.'

Items around the house are frequently moved by the ghoulish houseguests, and Jean Marc claims he often feels the sensation of someone breathing on his neck while he practises on his piano.

One night, the couple were left terrified when the sheets on their bed mysteriously levitated before falling back down again.

And after just a few months living in the flat, the couple were forced to move their bed downstairs to escape the constant haunting.

Chillingly, CCTV recordings the couple have made clearly show dozens of mysterious orbs gliding about the empty rooms in the dark.

Jean Marc, 64, who married his wife last March, said: 'We have seen somewhere between 200 and 300 of these things flying about the house.

'It's terrifying. We see black silhouettes on the walls and hear screams at night. Sometimes it sounds like a grown man crying.

'The noise is very distressing - it's like something out of a horror movie and does not help our sex life.

'I have lived in England for 45 years and thought I'd finally found the perfect place to live, in a peaceful village. We have spent £18,000 kitting the flat out and now we have to leave, if only for our sanity.'

Now the couple say they are thinking of fleeing to France just to escape the creepy incidents, despite having spent their life savings on the 19th century two-bed home.

Charlotte added: 'We have even resorted to sleeping in the car to escape the horrors of the house, which as you can imagine is not very comfortable.

'We just want to leave and get a decent night's sleep again.'

Poltergeist activity has often been believed to be the work of malicious ghosts. The word poltergeist comes from the German words poltern 'to make a noise' and geist 'spirit'.

The term itself literally means 'noisy ghost' and victims often report inanimate objects being picked up and thrown, noises such as knocking, rapping and human voices - or even physical attacks.

Source: The Daily Mail


Electronic Telepathy is Around the Corner

Along with all the hubbub about the victory of IBM’s Watson supercomputer over human competitors on Jeopardy, there has been a lot of talk about the “Singularity,” in which computers move closer to matching the intelligence of humans, and humans embed more technology to augment their own bodies.

So the timing couldn’t have been better for the release of Michael Chorost’s new book "World Wide Mind: The Coming Integration of Humanity, Machines, and the Internet".

Chorost proposes that technology is evolving to the point that it will bring our collective thinking and intellectual capacity into a kind of global “hive mind.” Technology, he posits, may augment neural processes and, thus, enable “electronic telepathy,” or digital communication between human minds.

He has some personal experience with this convergence: he wears cochlear implants, which are implanted computer chips that send sound information directly to the brain and enable him to hear. The ability to extend and connect our mindpower is coming through such implants, wearable computers, and the Internet.

    “If human minds could work directly with the Internet, two grand unifications could happen at once. First, humans would become more closely connected with eacdh other. …we would have entirely new ways to sense each others’ presence, moods and needs… Second, humanity and its tool, the Internet, would become a single organism with entirely new powers. Not just a mere hybrid, but a new species in its own right.”

This actually sounds a little scary, but Chorost argues that there were plenty of fears when telegraphs and telephones first came on the scene. And who could have envisioned social networking as recently as 20 years ago? He also points out that technology will not be reading minds, or implanting memories or instant learning.

Still, the ability of a “wired mind” to interact, in real time, with the global Internet represents the next stage of communication and interaction, he says.

Source: Smart Planet


Aliens Spoke To Us In A 'Cat-Like Language' Claim Russian
Flight Controllers

Air traffic controllers in Siberia claim they were buzzed by a high-speed UFO with a female sounding alien who spoke in an unintelligible cat-like language.

The mystery object suddenly burst onto flight monitors over the remote Russian diamond capital of Yakutsk.

It was shown flying at a speed of slightly over 6000 mph, and rapidly changing direction in the early morning sky, it is claimed.

The UFO was logged at a height of 64, 895 feet above sea level and appeared to interfere with aviation frequencies.

On footage posted on You Tube, an air traffic controller made clear he sought to make contact with the UFO.

The Russian aviation workers are heard in the control tower trying to make contact with the ship.

A radar shows the UFO moving rapidly through the skies while surrounding planes in the air travel much slower.

'I kept hearing some female voice, as if a woman was saying mioaw-mioaw all the time,' he told the pilot of a passing Aeroflot flight.

His communication to the Russian plane were disrupted by interference from the UFO, it was claimed.

 The air traffic control monitor automatically designated the UFO as '00000' because it did not have a flight number.

The footage was first posted last month but it is unclear when it was taken. A shot of the airport did not appear to show any snow which is normal for eight months a year in Yakutsk, where the temperature last night was minus 36C.

At one point the UFO is showing moving away from Yakutsk at great speed before turning and heading back towards the city.

There was no comment last night from airport officials on the alleged UFO. Some experts claim that it is widely known that UFOs have made contact and landed on earth but details have never been made public.

Source: The Daily Mail

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