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Did The CIA Own Djinn-Infested Jewels?
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The Final Nail...In YOUR Coffin!




Everyday life was already fraught with danger and uncertainty, but there are several new threats to your survival that you probably know nothing about.

A disease called Morgellons exists that the medical community refuses to even acknowledge is real. If you experience the terrifying symptoms – the sensation of bugs crawling beneath your skin, painful wounds that open up for no apparent reason and start to expel strange,cotton-like fibers – don’t expect your family physician to help you!

Even the rich and famous get turned away with a diagnosis of mental, not physical illness. When folksinger, Joni Mitchell, was hospitalized for what was, at the time, an undisclosed reason, not even Joni was spared the stigma of having complained of Morgellons symptoms for which no cure was offered By medical professionals.

The former intelligence operative known only as Commander X has studied Morgellons keeping abreast of all the latest developments. Where did the disease originate?

Commander X covers every angle, including the possibility that it entered the Earth zone by piggy backing on a meteorite. He also considers the notion that it is a man made disease being spread by the New World Order or some unidentified international cabal that is aided by a conspiracy of silence among the medical community.


The CIA says it doesn't exist. Terrorists and rogue nations have offered to pay millions of dollars to procure it. Scientists fear its lethal potential. Red Mercury when exploded creates tremendous heat and pressure sufficient to trigger a fusion device such a mini-neutron bomb. Red Mercury could be concealed in something as small as a lunch box yet have unimaginable lethal force when detonated.

The late physicist Sam Cohen, the father of the neutron bomb, publicly stated his belief that Red Mercury is a real-world substance and one we should logically fear. Now you can read the results of years of investigation into the Red Mercury mystery. The truth will chill you to the bone and cast a shadow over whatever vestiges of trust for the government might lurk in your conspiracy-wearied brain.

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Red Mercury: Hoax, or Nuclear Threat?
By Sean Casteel

The CIA says it doesn’t exist. Terrorists and rogue nations have offered to pay millions of dollars to procure it. Scientists fear its lethal potential.

Red Mercury – this ominous name has long been whispered among the operatives in the nuclear underground and in the dark avenues of international espionage.

Red mercury is a compound containing mercury that has undergone massive irradiation. When exploded, it creates tremendous heat and pressure – the same type needed to trigger a fusion device such as a mini-neutron bomb.

Before, an obstacle to creating a nuclear bomb was the need for plutonium, which, when exploded, creates a fusion reaction in hydrogen atoms. But red mercury has changed that. The cheap substance has allegedly been produced in Russia and shipped on the black market throughout the world.

Do terrorist organizations now have red mercury neutron bombs? Some scientists say that with the help of red mercury, nuclear weapons of unimagined power could be contained in a package smaller than a softball and easily hidden in cities all over the world.

The potential is frighteningly real.

A man sits on a park bench across the street from the White House eating his lunch. He carries with him a brown paper bag – or perhaps even a lunch box. He keeps to himself. No one has any reason to pay any attention to him. Too bad they don’t. After five or ten minutes, he gets up and walks away. He has left his “empty” bag behind. Five minutes later, there is a deafening explosion. A bomb has exploded that is so powerful – yet so small – that it kills everyone in the White House and most people within several yards in all directions.

The red mercury compound causes the neutrons to do the damage. They also blow out computers through electromagnetic pulsation. Because the bombs are so light and undetectable, these devices can be smuggled easily across the border hidden inside a coffee can.

Researcher Tim R. Swartz has been investigating the possible effects of Red Mercury for over a decade.

The foregoing are the chilling opening paragraphs of the Red Mercury section of “The Final Nail In Your Coffin: A Pox To All Of Mankind,” the new release from Inner Light/Global Communications authored by the prolific conspiracy theory researcher Tim R. Swartz.


The “bomber on the park bench” scenario Swartz recounts above sounds like something out of a James Bond movie, but Swartz’s actual source is the late physicist Samuel T. Cohen, the inventor of the neutron bomb.

Cohen took an active part in the public debate over whether red mercury exists and is being sold on the black market. Cohen claimed that red mercury was a real-world threat, a powerful ballo-technic material that directly compressed the fusion fuel without the need for a fission primary. In other words, it simplified the chemical processes needed for detonating a nuclear weapon and made actually building such a device much cheaper.

Bombs using red mercury had no critical mass, he said, and could be developed at any size. But Cohen also claimed to know that the Soviets had produced a number of “micro-nukes” based on red mercury that were as large as a baseball and weighed ten pounds. The existence of such weapons meant that any effort to control nuclear proliferation based on fissile material was thus hopeless, according to Cohen.


But as Swartz explains in “The Final Nail In Your Coffin,” the red mercury story is not completely cut and dried yet. There is a long trail of espionage, murder and black market con artists that makes for a fascinating tale of intrigue and deception.

For example, there is the story of Ian Kidger, the international sales director of British-owned Thor Chemicals, which imports mercury waste into South Africa for recycling. Kidger hung up the phone in early November 1991, told his wife he would be back shortly, and slipped out of his Johannesburg home. He was found several days later stuffed into the trunk of his BMW sedan by two car thieves. His arms, legs, buttocks and head had been sawn off and covered in a black mercury compound.

The killing was first blamed on eco-terrorists angry about Thor Chemicals’ polluting the soil and groundwater, but the South African media heard the suggestion that red mercury was involved and ran with the more sensational story. Kidger’s murder remains unsolved and the existence of red mercury unproved.

When the substance first appeared on the international black market in 1977, the supposedly top secret nuclear material was “red” because it came from the Soviet Union. Later it took on an actual red color.

But the U.S. Department of Energy was quick to call it much ado about nothing.

“Take a bogus material,” a report from the agency read, “give it an enigmatic name, exaggerate its physical properties and intended uses, mix in some human greed and intrigue, and voila: one half-baked scam.”

The report continued by saying that the “wonder substance” was offered as a modern philosopher’s stone that can do just about anything: it makes stealth aircraft stealthier, infrared sensors more sensitive, counterfeits harder to detect, and atom bombs smaller and easier to build. Sometimes it is said to be radioactive, sometimes not.

All the samples of alleged red mercury recovered by official agencies throughout the world have failed to have any special military application. Samples have been shown to include pure mercury, mercury tinged with brick dust, depleted nuclear reactor fuel and various familiar mercury compounds like mercuric oxide. One lazy con artist tried to sell mercury in a bottle painted red with nail polish.


But if red mercury could essentially be laughed off as a ridiculous, non-threatening joke, why did someone with the scientific stature of Samuel Cohen argue otherwise?

In 1944, Cohen had been part of the top-secret Manhattan Project to develop atomic weapons at Los Alamos, New Mexico. He was present at the first atomic explosion and saw firsthand the awesome power of the weapon as human history entered a new age. After the war ended, Cohen joined the Rand Corporation, where he began to be obsessed with creating a neutron bomb, one that would use nuclear fusion in a different way.

With Cohen’s proposed weapon, the detonation would still produce an explosion, but one much smaller than standard nuclear weapons. The main impact of a neutron bomb would be the release of high energy neutrons that would take lives far beyond the blast area but would also destroy fewer buildings, cars, tanks, roads, highways and other structures. And, unlike standard nuclear bombs that leave long-term contamination of the soil and infrastructure, the neutron radiation quickly dissipates after the explosion.

In spite of all those apparent advantages, the neutron bomb was never given the green light by U.S. politicians or the military establishment. When Cohen continued to advocate the bomb’s deployment in Vietnam, the Rand Corporation fired him in 1969. He went on to help the French build their own arsenal of neutron bombs and eventually persuaded Ronald Reagan to construct a thousand neutron bombs that were later dismantled by the Bush administration after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Meanwhile, Cohen claimed that there was evidence that China had a stockpile of neutron bombs and had received the technology to build them from the U.S. Russia and Israel were believed to have them as well. But Cohen’s bigger concern was how the use of red mercury made it relatively easy to build the neutron bombs he himself had invented.

Although he never divulged his sources for the information, Cohen believed red mercury had been successfully produced in Russia and was being sold in countries of the former Soviet Union to terrorists who could use the material to make the events of September 11, 2001, look pale by comparison. The rise of organized crime in Russia adds to the danger of the situation as trafficking in nuclear material – to include red mercury – is believed to be rampant. 

From Russia come official denials, but the “Jane’s” publications [a British publishing company generally considered to be the most reliable public source of information on warfare and transportation systems] in London say that red mercury is more than just a scam where peddlers deal in a nonexistent fantasy chemical. The “Jane’s” group claims that red mercury is produced in several Russian military centers, including some in Kazakhstan, at the rate of about 60 kg a year. Much of that is placed on the black market by the Russian mafia, where red mercury sells for about $300,000 a kilogram. Customers allegedly include Israel, Iran, Iraq, Libya and Pakistan, and some of them may be employing Russian scientists to assist in making low-yield nuclear weapons.

All of this does indeed paint a frightening picture. Will the U.S. and other countries find themselves held hostage with nuclear terrorism by groups bent on total world domination with their iron-handed fundamentalist extremism? How can we prevent this and other potential terrorist threats from destroying the world as we know it?

Source: Spectral Vision


Astronomer Royal: If We Find Aliens, They Will Be Machines

Alien contact is likely to come from machines living on other worlds outside of the solar system, the astronomer royal Martin Rees has said.

Prof Lord Rees, 72, told the Cheltenham Science Festival ‘I’m not holding my breath’ for signs of extraterrestrial life, but said if a signal was picked up it would not be from organic life, like humans.

He said that most space exploration would be carried out by machines, which would not constrained by the physical difficulties of existing in space or on other planets.

“I think it is quite likely that within a few centuries the overriding intelligence will be machines because they will have an easier time spreading beyond the Earth because they are not organic and most exploration will be by machines and not humans,” he said.

“If you were to detect a SETI (Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) signal it would be far more likely that it would be from a machine and not an organic creature.

“There has been just a thin sliver of time when organic beings have existed and billions of years after machines will take over, so they will be the future.”

Prof Rees said that only a few adventurous humans would ever leave Earth to colonise the solar system, where they would be forced to use technology to adapt to inhabitable worlds and start new civilisations.

He claimed that such cyber adaptations to new planets or moons would mark the start of the ‘post-human era.’

Space Adventures Ltd is already planning the first tourist trips to the dark side of the Moon, while SpaceX, the company founded by Elon Musk which regularly delivers payloads to the International Space Station, is hoping to start transporting tourists as well as cargo into space in the near future.

Musk has also spoken of his ambitions to start a colony on Mars stating he would like to die on the planet ‘just not on impact.’

Astronauts have not ventured beyond low Earth obit since the last manned flight to the Moon in 1972.

Prof Rees said: “We won’t see another Apollo mission because that was fuelled by super-power rivalry. I think there will be people who go, but not in the mode of traditional astronauts, but crazy adventurers like Ranulph Feinnes and Elon Musk.

“By the end of the century there will be some people living away from the Earth. We will wish them good look in adapting their progeny who will need genetic adaptations.

“That will be the start of the post-human era because they will evolve to be a new species.

"I would predict that in the next 50 years or so all of the bodies in the solar system will have been mapped and probed by machine and some people will follow."

Prof Rees said he was concerned about the rise in biotechnology and warned that computers and robots will soon be so advanced they will be able to create the next generation of machines without human intervention.

Stephen Hawking recently cautioned that the rise in artificial intelligence could spell the end of mankind.

“Some people think we ought to have guidelines while other people we think we should not worry about that. I am certainly concerned about these sub autonomous military robots which can just put bullets in people” Prof Rees added.

“But Stephen Hawking has pronounced on this in a dogmatic way and got much more traction that the vein deserves,” he added.

Source: The Telegraph


Did the CIA Possess Djinn-Infested Jewellery?
By Jesse Woldman

Shopping for jewellery, especially for someone other than oneself, is already a painful process. Diamond hunting for that special someone? Better brush up on your “4 Cs:” Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat weight – all of which seem to be in place just as an excuse to jack up the most important C – Cost. Even less expensive accessories offer a dizzying number of materials, styles, and designs to keep everyone from the elderly to neo-hippies to toddlers decked out (my ex-wife can tell you all about Tiffany’s charm bracelets for 3-year-olds).

And here’s an even more complicated question you may not be aware of: what kind of Djinn would you like with your bling?

We’re all familiar with the idea of the genie (the bastardized Western version of the Djinn) appearing out of bottles to make sketchy deals with all too eager humans, but the use of jewellery and other worn accessories for magick and religious purposes dates back as far as 100,000 years ago, with artifacts appearing in places like Israel and Northern Africa.

Later on the Celts – whose recognizable design flourished across Europe through the Bronze and Iron ages beginning around 3,000 years ago – made it fashionable to wear designs like pentagrams and other pagan artwork to ward off evil spirits, or bring a good harvest to one’s village. Witches, during those pesky years where they were burned at the stake, undoubtedly hid most of their best stuff in the top drawer, similar to today’s traveling salesman leaving the wedding ring in the hotel before hitting the hotel bar.

But containing actual spirits inside the jewellery? That’s crazy enough to drop the grill right out of Lil’ Wayne’s mouth, right? Not at all. A quick search on Djinn-releated jewellery shows that a market exists, with prices ranging from wholesale, to head-scratching (some sites, like this one, charge up to $23,000 for a Djinn-binding ring)

One site I came across advertised a second-hand ring, for around $500. What I found particularly interesting was its description. It was claimed that the ring had been worn by “a very successful CIA Agent“ who had used the Djinn contained inside to be promoted quickly within her department and enjoy many positive experiences in both her personal and professional life. The lucky original owner had apparently gotten all the value she wanted, and now wanted to share its powers with others. That doesn’t sound fishy at all, especially coming from a friendly, anonymous CIA Agent!

Leaving aside the obvious problems with trying to prove or disprove one sliver of any of these claims, this wacky item reminded me of rumors I’d heard previously about how the US Government did indeed have a relationship with Djinn and other entities, in an effort to try to harness these little-understood powers for Military gain. Could this ring have something to do with that rumored, strange relationship between the CIA and forces like the Djinn?

So many questions formed in my head about this strange item, but alas, it item disappeared from the site fairly quickly. Did someone buy it, or did the CIA agent’s boss (assuming the story was true) get wind of this not-so-sharp idea of advertising an intelligence spook’s apparent relationship with a middle-eastern Djinn in such a matter-of-fact way? I guess we’ll never know.

As Djinn researchers Rosemary Ellen Guiley, author of “The Djinn Connection” and others have noted, Djinn are generally known as the middle-eastern based spirits or demons, and were originally created, prior to man, out of smokeless fire. They are believed to be currently living on earth but in another dimension – occasionally (or more frequently, depending on who you talk to) appearing to generally wreak havoc and pain on their human counterparts. This is all usually done, Djinn experts say, in an effort to prove to God that humans really are as vile as they tried to explain in the first place. Charming, huh?

In reality, the relationship between humans and Djinn is probably much more complicated. As Guiley suggests, many of those in the Muslim world actually attribute nearly all paranormal and esoteric phenomenon back in some way originally to Djinn – both benevolent and otherwise. In a nod to John Keel’s “trickster spirit” theory – which posits that instead of extraterrestrials from other planets, UFO abductions (and possibly even poltergeists and Bigfoot and other strange crypid-types) are actually at their core caused by ultra-terrestrials for unknown reasons – Guiley herself believes that a number of the current and past alien abduction stories we read about could all tie back to the Djinn. They’re often considered a catch-all for weirdness. And, just like humans, there are both good ones and bad ones.

Perhaps middle-eastern experts can shed some light on why people would be selling items associated with Djinn. This interview, with Turkish Author and apparent Djinn researcher (and Muslim traditionalist) Harun Yahya contains some interesting quotes around the erratic, unpredictable nature of the Djinn and even rumors of our government involvement with them. If true, at the very least it makes for a pretty bizarre foreign policy.

Yahya states:

    "Djinn have to be well taught. Their heads are generally a bit up in the air. They are rather like birds. And there are Christians among them, and Muslims and Armenians. But they are at loggerheads and in conflict with one another. Faith has only recently developed among them. Islam is only now developing. The number of Muslims among them has only very recently increased. And they are amazed by our cities. At human beings’ cities and cars. They are amazed. The djinn feed on water. That appears in a verse of the Qur’an. They live in houses but generally tend not to disturb anyone. In other words, there is no need for people to fear them."

Sounds reasonable so far. Later, he adds:

    "If trained on the subject of Allah, they are very kind and many people summon them. But they deceive them and generally lie to them."

Then, things start to get weird. On the subject of official involvement, he states simply:

    "America uses the Djinn. The CIA uses them."

Uh, mind expanding on that? Thankfully, Yahya does:

    "All intelligence services use Djinn. Djinn are not such a secret matter. It was the Djinn that caused the huge growth in technology in the time of the Prophet Sulayman (as). Djinn are hugely knowledgeable. A huge technology grew up in the time of the Prophet Sulayman (as). An astonishing technology. Thanks to the Djinn."

Okay, then! Why wouldn’t our officials want to trust them with their deepest, darkest military secrets then? I suppose there are these examples of people who have tried to summon the Djinn and basically had their lives ruined as a result. But again, who ever said buying jewelry was easy?

Source: Mysterious Universe


Unsolved: Flying Humanoids
By Stephen Wagner

Monsters and unusual creatures of almost every description have been reported over the centuries. From dinosaur-like animals to fairies to bizarre hodgepodges like the Jersey Devil, there seems to no limit to the variety of unexplained creatures people claim to have seen with their own eyes. One of the most curious types of sightings - and quite rare - are those of human-like beings that fly. "Human-like" because in most respects they look like us, except that they have wings.

In most cases, these odd creatures are not assumed to be either angels or devils (as traditional depictions have them as human-like beings with wings), but as something else. Something quite unusual.

Brooklyn Batman. Over 100 years ago, a man named W. H. Smith told the New York Sun that he saw a "winged human form" flying over Brooklyn, New York on September 18, 1877. Just about three years later, there were multiple reports from Coney Island, Brooklyn, of a man with bat-like wings flying overhead at approximately 1,000 feet. The man was flying toward the New Jersey coast, witnesses told the New York Times, and that he bore a "cruel and determined expression" on his face.

Wingless Angel. It's easy to dismiss such sightings as misidentified birds or alcohol-induced illusions when one or two people report them. When as many as 240 people, however, attest to seeing the same thing, the reports are far more difficult to discount. Such a sighting look place over several of days in June, 1905 in Voltana, Spain.

The accounts consistently described a woman dressed in white flying through the air - without the aid of wings. The woman sometimes flew against the wind, and one woman said she might have heard it singing as it passed overhead.

Flying Robot. It was the winter of 1936 in the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan in what was then the U.S.S.R. when this sighting took place. Mrs. E. E. Loznaya was a 15-year-old girl then, and one day as she was walking to school on a quiet road, her attention was caught by a strange figure above her. Flying quickly across the sky was a man-like figure dressed completely in black. Despite its speed, the girl was able to see and describe it clearly. He was "of medium height and his black clothes covered him completely, like overalls," she said. It made a rumbling noise and appeared to her to be wearing a helmet of some kind, had a black surface where the face should have been, and wore a "rucksack" on its back.

Russian Legend. There had been legends of a flying man in the Soviet Union, but not quite like the one described above. Hunters around the Sikhote Mountains near Vladivostok claimed to have come across prints of a barefoot human that ended abruptly, as if he had taken off into the air. Such a creature was actually seen by writer V.K. Arsenyev in July, 1908. "I saw the mark on the path that was very similar to a man's footprint... then something rushed about nearby trampling among the bushes. Then I stooped, picked up a stone and threw it towards the unknown animal. Then something happened that was quite unexpected: I heard the beating of wings. Something large and dark emerged from the fog and flew over the river."

Brazilian Birdmen. In the early 1950s, a couple was taking an evening stroll near their home by the sea at Pelotas, Brazil. When two fast-moving shadows crossed their path, they looked up to see what they at first thought were two enormous birds flying about 30 feet above the ground. It was soon evident to the couple that these were not birds at all when the two flying creatures descended vertically and landed not far away. It was then clear that they looked like men, standing about six feet tall. Discovering they were being watched by the couple, the two "birdmen" squatted close to the ground, as if trying to hide. The female half of the couple convinced her husband to leave - and quickly.

Mad Inventors? Several people saw a flying man over Chehalis, Washington on January 6, 1948. Bernice Zaikowski was one of them. She was soon joined by some schoolchildren who asked to come into her garden to get a better view of the aerial mystery. The man, in an upright position, was hovering just 20 feet above her barn, she estimated. He was apparently kept aloft by long silver wings that were strapped to his body.

He seemed to have controls of some kind on his chest, which he worked to maneuver himself with a lot of whizzing noise.

A strikingly similar case was reported eight years later in Falls City, Nebraska. On a fall afternoon in 1956, "John Hanks" saw a winged creature flying only about 15 feet above the ground. Its wings were like shiny aluminum and had multi-colored lights running along their underside. The wings, spanning 15 feet, were clearly attached to the man by means of a shoulder harness. This flying man also had some kind of control panel affixed to his chest, and he manipulated the dials as he flew. This sighting could be attributed to some remarkable invention if not for the witnesses description of the flying man himself: leathery wrinkled skin, large watery blue eyes and a face that was "very frightening, almost demonic." The witness also attested that he was paralyzed as this "man" flew over.

In April 1948, in the city of Longview, Washington, two witnesses saw no fewer than three helmeted men flying around in a similar manner.

The witnesses could see no motors or propellers, yet it seemed to them that they could hear motor-like sounds. (It's worth noting the similarity of these last three accounts to ultralight aircraft or hang gliders; but of course, they hadn't been invented yet.)

Flying Man Returns. In 1952, Sinclair Taylor, a young soldier on guard duty at Camp Okubu near Kyoto, Japan, likewise saw a flying thing he first thought was a bird. As it came closer and hovered above him, the guard could distinguish that it had a man's body that, if he were standing, would be seven feet tall. Its wingspan was also estimated at seven feet. Feeling threatened, he fired at the being with his rifle, but whatever it was had vanished. Strangely, when the guard reported the incident, his sergeant revealed that another guard had a similar experience the previous year.

Fantasy Flier. Some marines got Bob Hope as entertainment during theVietnam War. Others were even luckier. Three U.S. Marines standing guard one night in Da Nang, Vietnam in 1969 were also approached by a winged creature, but this one was tantalizingly different. As the creature flew closer and closer, they could see that it had the form of a naked woman. She was completely black and had enormous bat-like wings. She glowed, they said, with an eerie greenish light.

Texas Batman. On June 18, 1953 in Houston, Texas, three people were enjoying a hot summer night on their front porch. The night turned unbelievably strange when they saw a winged creature alight in a nearby pecan tree. It was, they said, "the figure of a man with wings like a bat. He was dressed in gray or black tight-fitting clothes. He stood there for about thirty seconds, swaying on the branch of the old pecan tree." They further described him as wearing a cape and quarter-length boots. Most oddly, one witness claimed he was enveloped in a "halo of light."

How can we account for such sightings? Men and women flying with bat's wings are hard to explain. Even the cases in which the people seem to be flying by some mechanical means appear to be out of time, using technology that hadn't been invented yet... or if it had been invented by these "pilots," is entirely unknown.

Source: about.paranormal.com


“UFO Repeaters!” Saucers on Film
By Nick Redfern

UFO Repeaters! Seeing is Believing, The Camera Doesn’t Lie, is the new book from Timothy Green Beckley’s Global Communications company. If you are familiar with Tim’s long links to the UFO phenomenon, you’ll know that he’s particularly interested in the so-called “Contactee” aspect of the subject. It had its heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, but remains a not insignificant part of today’s Ufology.

And, it’s the Contactee movement that dominates the 300 pages of UFO Repeaters! Of course, given that the book focuses on photographs and film-footage of a UFO nature – and it’s predominantly Contactee/Space Brother-themed – you know the photos are going to be controversial. After all, just about everything of a Contactee nature is controversial, so why should the matter of saucers and celluloid be any different?

Tim openly acknowledges all of this from the outset, when he says: “We were not there when these photos were taken so we only have the reliability of the observers and those that claim to be experts at analyzing UFO photos. It’s up to each of you to make the ultimate decision.” Indeed, it is up to us. And it’s to Tim’s credit that he acknowledges people are going to be of varying, and perhaps of wildly varying, mindsets when it comes down to interpreting the imagery under the microscope.

Plus, Tim has some interesting and alternative theories concerning the pictures that he presents for his readers. He doesn’t discount the possibility that some of the photos may have been the work of the Contactees themselves. Not in the sense that they were hoaxers (although some certainly were), but from the perspective that the witnesses could have personally and unknowingly manifested the images.

On this matter, Tim speculates, such a thing might be achieved in a fashion not unlike the theory that poltergeist activity has no external, supernatural entity-style component, but is generated by a person who is present at the location where that same activity is taking place. This is an interesting concept and one that adds another, thought-provoking layer to the controversy of the Contactees and their saucer photos. So, with that all said, let’s take a look at some of the cases Tim and his crew of co-writers focus on.

There’s the 1970s-era saga of Stella Lansing, a woman who claimed the ability to “call down” ETs and photograph them. Echoing Tim’s comments on the mysterious matter of poltergeist activity, is the revelation that although Lansing’s photos appeared to show alien craft, nothing unusual was seen when the images were captured – she was simply driven to point her camera at certain portions of the sky.

Is it feasible that the human mind can project images onto film? That’s the fascinating concept we are left to ponder on, when it comes to Lansing. Ufologist Dr. Berthold E. Schwarz is quoted as stating: “I was with [Lansing] many times when she was filming and also saw many of her films.”

South African Elizabeth Klarer comes under scrutiny, too, as does her collection of photos of alleged flying saucers – all taken in the 1950s. Klarer’s story is standard Contactee stuff, with Klarer reportedly meeting an alien named Akon, being invited aboard his UFO, and taken to his home planet – which was the undeniably alien-sounding Meton.

Klarer and Akon were instantly attracted to each other, to the extent that nature took its course and nine months later out popped little Ayling, a half-human, half-alien, cosmic kiddo. Of course, many scoff loudly at such accounts. Indeed, Tim notes that Klarer’s 1980 book on her claimed experiences, Beyond the Light Barrier, was written “more in the style of a romantic novel rather than as a more straightforward autobiography.” But, it’s Klarer’s photos that are the focus: real saucers, psychic projections, or hoaxes? Again, the decision is that of the reader.

For me, the most fascinating parts of the book are those which I know Tim, himself, finds particularly intriguing – such as the claimed contacts and photos of one of the 1950s most famous Contactees, Howard Menger, who is the subject of almost 40 pages of the book. Again, Tim keeps a balanced approach: he offers us numerous examples of Menger’s photos, but also notes that, “I am not blind to the fact that there are some inconsistencies in Howard’s recollections.”

There’s also Tim’s write-up of his 1981 visit to one of the UK’s most famous UFO hotspots, the English town of Warminster. This is a very entertaining section, written in definitive road-trip style. You will not be surprised to learn that we are treated to numerous photos of anomalous objects in the skies of Warminster.

In addition, there are literally dozens and dozens of other close encounter cases presented – and, as I said earlier, predominantly of a Contactee nature and all with accompanying photos. Many of them you will likely never have come across before. And that goes not just for the cases, but for the photos and stills from footage, too. And, as I also note several times above, Tim offers his readers alternative theories for what might be the cause and source of the imagery – and remains balanced on the validity or otherwise of some of the more inflammatory photos. He and the team also deeply address why, exactly, so many people become UFO repeaters.

I will leave the final word to Tim, who says in UFO Repeaters!: “I think this is a book you will get a lot out of. It certainly is a photo album like no other, and it’s probably something you could use as an ice break to show your friends.”

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Source: Mysterious Universe


Dowsers Meet at Annual Convention
By Lisa Rathke

LYNDONVILLE, Vt. — Some journey here to learn an ancient practice. Others to hone their skills. Many return year after year.

More than 300 people — a few from as far away as the United Kingdom — attended the American Society of Dowsers' 55th annual convention and expo, which runs through Monday.

Practitioners use metal rods, forked sticks and pendulums and what they say is their subconscious to tap into a universal natural knowledge to find water or minerals underground or lost objects like a set of keys.

"It's really a fascinating place," said Susan Connolly of Westport, Connecticut, of the six-day convention that includes workshops in dowsing and metaphysical topics like using quantum energy, stone circles, Earth acupuncture and holistic home and business harmonization.

Dowsers know they have doubters.

The United States Geological Survey points out that underground water is so prevalent in many places that it would be difficult not to find water.

Scientists who have studied dowsing say it is no more reliable than guessing and that dowsers subconsciously move divining rods in response to their surroundings, rather than drawn by a mystical force.

Donna Rizzo, a groundwater hydrologist and professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Vermont, said dowsers may be unconsciously using factors, such as topography, temperature and vegetation, to locate groundwater.

"I'm always looking for why there would be a physics-based reason for why this would happen, and honestly I can't come up with one," she said, although she's curious about the practice.

Dowsing instructors admit that "all of this is pretty far out, so learning to trust is perhaps the most difficult part of dowsing," according to a booklet given out during a basic dowsing class.

Instructor Rodney Berger, of Swanton, Vermont, told students on Wednesday that they need to learn to ignore the doubters.

Water may be prevalent in some areas but dowsing can help to narrow down a location of potable water, said dowsing instructor Janis Fallon, an environmental attorney and engineer from Brunswick, New York, who has attended the national convention for over 15 years.

In the class, about 30 people learned about the tools and methods and then went outside to try them for themselves. Several participants said they wanted to tap into their intuitions.

Dowsers ask specific questions — like where to locate a well or where to find a pair of lost sunglasses — and say they get answers from the movements of their tools.

Berger said he has found lost pets and valuables through dowsing and the practice has been the most exciting and interesting part of his life.

What may start as a quest for water can turn into years of study.

"It takes a short time to learn how to dowse but one can spend an entire lifetime learning how to dowse," Berger said.

Source: Yahoo News


Church Claims Satanic Ritual Conducted Near Nikola Tesla's Ashes

The Serbian Orthodox Church said the last remains of one of the world's greatest scientists must be moved from the Nikola Tesla Museum to a nearby church, in order to prevent them getting into the wrong hands.

Church officials have published a photo which they said shows a satanic session taking place in front of the urn in the Nikola Tesla Museum in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

They have published a picture on the official church website, and claim it is proof that improper things are happening with the remains and that they should now be immediately moved to the nearby St Sava Church in Belgrade.

Orthodox Church bishop Porfirije said: "When seeing the photo, any additional comment is not necessary."

The president of the local city council, Nikola Nikodijevic, confirmed that the Orthodox Church has made a formal request to move the ashes of Tesla into a church in order to keep them safe.

However, the council is not expected to make any decision on the request any time soon.

The church is interested in the remains of Tesla in particular because the scientist's father was an Orthodox priest.

Tesla, who was born to a Serbian family in what is now Croatia in 1856, is most famous for his work in developing the Alternating Current form of electricity supply, as well as being a pioneer of X-rays and the use of radio control.

He patented at least 278 inventions and died at the age of 86 in New York City in 1943.

After taking a look at the alleged "Satanic Session photo," the editors of Conspiracy Journal see no direct evidence of any sort of Satanic shenanigans taking place. Until further proof is provided, we will have to consider that the photo shows something that probably has nothing to do with Satanic worship.

Source: The Sunday Express

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