- UNIDENTIFIED SUBMERGED OBJECTS DEPARTMENT -
Amazing Tales of Strange Encounters under the Oceans
By Philip Mantle and Paul Stonehill
It has often been said that we know more about the surface of the Moon than we do about the world’s seas and oceans.
The study of USOs (Unidentified Submersible Objects) is a case in point.
For years, strange phenomena have been reported by people at sea, especially by Naval personel.
Many of the reports lie in the USO files of the Soviet and Russian Navy and remain secret however some have filtered out.
their new book, "RUSSIA’S USO SECRETS", authors Paul Stonehill and
Philip Mantle reveal stories of strange encounters by the Soviet and
Russian Navy with unexplained objects.
The two experts say most
of these stories have never been told outside of Russia but they
provide yet more evidence that we are not alone.
Indeed, they suggest a permanent presence of something unusual in the depths of Earth's large bodies of water.
Here Philip describes the pair's findings:
decades now these mysterious underwater UFOs have been observed in the
Earth’s oceans and lakes and the one country in the world that seems to
have had more such sightings is Russia.
The Soviet Union's
military fleet commanders guarded its secret of the USO subject and
those witnesses who tried to go public were swiftly ridiculed and their
sightings were officially debunked.
But despite their best
efforts USO reports were made public and no matter what the Soviet
officials tried to do the USOs will not simply go away.
knowledge of the depths of the seas and oceans and large lakes is very
limited - it is said that we know more about the surface of the moon
than the depths of the oceans - but these are some of the sightings
which hint at a world beneath the waves.
One of the most peculiar of all such underwater encounters is one known as ‘The Swimmers’.
the summer of 1982 Mark Shteynberg, along with Lt. Colonel Gennady
Zverev Soviet Navy), conducted periodic training of the reconnaissance
divers from the Turkestan and Central Asian military regions.
Some of these training exercises took place at the Issyk Kul Lake in Krygyzstan.
unexpectedly, the officers were paid a visit by a very important
official, Major-General V. Demyanenko, commander of the Military Diver
Service of the Engineer Forces of the Ministry of Defence.
informed the local officers of an extraordinary event that had occurred
during similar training exercises in the Trans-Baikal and West Siberian
There, during their military training dives in
Lake Baikal, the frogmen had encountered mysterious underwater
swimmers, very human-like, except that their size was much
larger--almost three meters tall.
Despite icy-cold water
temperatures and a depth of fifty meters, they were dressed only in
tight-fitting silvery suits with neither scuba diving equipment, nor
any other equipment - only sphere-like helmets concealing their heads.
The local military commander, who was quite alarmed by such encounters, decided on a plan to capture one of the creatures.
To complete the mission, a special group of seven divers, under the command of an officer, had been dispatched.
as the Soviet Navy frogmen tried to cover the creature with a net, a
powerful unknown force threw the entire group out of the deep waters
and up to the surface.
In August 1965, the crew of the Soviet steamship Raduga, while navigating in the Red Sea, observed a remarkable spectacle.
around two miles away from their vessel, a fiery sphere dashed out from
under the water and hovered over the surface of the sea illuminating
the ocean in every direction.
The sphere was estimated to be sixty meters in diameter, and it hovered above the sea at an altitude of 150 meters.
A gigantic pillar of water arose as the sphere emerged from the sea and then collapsed some moments later.
observation was mentioned in a number of Russian publications and was
taken very seriously by the Soviet authorities. It is yet another
typical example of a USO report.
In the 1970s, reports issued by
Admiral V.A. Domislovsky, chief of the Pacific Fleet’s Intelligence
Department, described an unknown, gigantic cylindrical object sighted
by Soviet Navy in “faraway” regions of Pacific Ocean.
The object was 800-900 metres long.
it hovered over the ocean, smaller objects exited from one of its ends
- like bees from a beehive - and descended into the waters.
Some time later they re-entered the gigantic UFO.
After the smaller objects thus “loaded” inside, the UFO flew away and disappeared over the horizon.
to a report on MosNews.com former Rear Admiral and nuclear submarine
commander Yury Beketov saw USO activity inside the famous the Bermuda
He said: “We repeatedly observed that the instruments
detected the movements of material objects at unimaginable speed,
around 230 knots (250 mph).
It’s hard to reach that speed on the surface – only in the air is it readily possible.
'The beings that created those material objects significantly exceed us in development.”
Naval intelligence expert and Captain 1st Rank Igor Barklay also noted
that the unidentified objects were most often spotted in deep water
near where military forces are concentrated – off the Bahamas, Bermuda,
Puerto Rico and the east coast of the United States.
Captain 1st Rank (now retired) Yuri Vinogradov who had served in the Soviet Navy from 1975 to 2000 also had a story to tell.
was a top expert in his field, had been involved in a number of
submarine search and recovery operations; a veteran of “high-risk”
units, and a participant in four long-range missions.
He had been to the Devil’s Sea; also know as the Dragon Triangle which is located between Japan, Guam, and northern Philippines.
Some call this area the "Pacific Bermuda Triangle".
In the 1980s, Vinogradov had participated in the search and rescue operations involving the Soviet Pacific Fleet.
he and other officers had observed, on the sonar screen, a USO that had
moved at great speed, and had disappeared in to the depths never to be
- A FASCINATION WITH UFOS DEPARTMENT -
UFOS In the House of Lords
By Sean Casteel
The struggle of the UFO-believing
community to wrest some sort of official disclosure of the mystery
phenomenon from the iron grip of the government, the military and the
intelligence community has been part of the overall flying saucer
picture since the 1950s. Both Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan spoke
publicly about having seen UFOs, and Hillary Clinton has joined the
choir of high-profile leaders who would like to see the subject dealt
with transparently and brought before the American people in a way we
can all agree is trustworthy and honest. It was suggested that Hillary
was courting the “UFO vote,” sneeringly intended to mean the “lunatic
But in 1979, across the pond in the
United Kingdom, a lone voice once rang out in the House of Lords, a
voice seeking the support of his fellows in demanding that Her Majesty’s
government come clean and confess to the reality of the UFO phenomenon
as well as the cover-up that had kept the public so undeservedly in the
dark about a subject that was of concern to all humankind.
That lone voice belonged to Brinsley Le
Poer Trench, the Eighth Earl of Clancarty, a member of the House of
Lords from 1976 until his death in 1995.
HOW BRINSLEY BECAME A LORD
At the time, members of the House of
Lords were not elected officials, as was the case with the House of
Commons. To be an English Lord required that one be of noble birth.
According to an online posting by a
writer known as Steve on the Bear Alley Books website, in Brinsley’s
case, his family tree can be traced back to Irish politician Frederick
Richard Trench (1681-1752), his son Richard Trench, and grandson William
Keating Trench, who became the Earl of Clancarty, taking the name from a
“tenuous link” to the Munster Earls of Clancarty. Le Poer was an old
Irish noble name dating back to the Norman invasion of Ireland.
Brinsley’s full name was William Francis
Brinsley Le Poer Trench, and he was the fifth son of William Frederick
Le Poer Trench, the Fifth Earl of Clancarty. Brinsley inherited his
title following the deaths of two older brothers (Richard in 1971 and
Greville in 1975), making him the Eighth Earl of Clancarty and the
Seventh Marquess of Heusden.
But Brinsley felt one could more honestly
trace his family origins back to around 63,000 B.C.E., when aliens
landed on Earth. Other aliens, the posting continues, ascended from
below the surface of the planet from civilizations that still exist.
“I haven’t been down there myself,” Brinsley said, “but from what I gather these civilizations are very advanced.”
He also believed that Adam and Eve, Noah
and other Biblical characters were brought here from Mars to populate
the nascent Earth.
BUILDING SOME UFO COMMUNITY CRED
Brinsley was raised in London and
educated at the Pangbourne Nautical College. He worked for a while
selling advertising for a gardening magazine. After the success of his
first book, “The Sky People,” published in 1960, he was able to write
Brinsley’s interest in UFOs began after
World War II. Finding others with similar interests led to his
involvement in the early years of “Flying Saucer Review,” selling
advertising space for the fledgling UFO publication and eventually
taking over its editing between 1956 and 1959. He also founded the
International UFO Observer Corps in 1956, which had observers watching
the skies until 1960. The organization closed down that year because of a
dearth of reliable reports and a shift to other forms of flying saucer
evidence gathering, like mediumship and the study of ancient myths and
The list of Brinsley’s UFO efforts also
included serving as vice-president of the British UFO Research
Organization (BUFORA), founded in 1962. He was chairman of the
International Committee of the International Sky Scouts, founded in
1965. The group held a flying saucer spotting day on June 24, 1966, the
19th anniversary of the Kenneth Arnold sighting in Washington State that
is often seen as marking the beginning of the modern UFO era. The name
was changed to Contact International in 1967, with Brinsley as their
first president. He was also an honorary lifetime member of the now
defunct “Ancient Astronauts Society,” which supported ideas that had
been put forth by Erich von Daniken in his 1968 book, “Chariots of the
When he succeeded to the earldom on the
death of his half-brother and was thus entitled to a seat in the British
Parliament, Brinsley used his new position to found a UFO Study Group
at the House of Lords, introduce the “Flying Saucer Review” to its
library and push for the declassification of UFO data. One of the
speakers Brinsley invited to speak to his study group was the American
publisher and journalist, Timothy Green Beckley.
TIM BECKLEY GETS UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH THE EARL
Beckley had a long-distance friendship with Brinsley years before the venerated Briton would request his presence in London.
“Long before Brinsley invited me to
London to speak before the House Of Lords UFO Group,” Beckley fondly
recalled, “I had been in regular correspondence with the hardworking
Britisher. He had developed a worldwide chain of correspondence in an
era long before it was possible to email someone and have them receive
your message in mere seconds. It sometimes took weeks to receive a
handwritten letter that was actually penned on a very lightweight blue
paper and folded over into a self-mailer and then sent across the pond
to an American correspondent like myself, who anxiously awaited the
arrival of the latest saucer news from the land of Her Majesty.
“Brinsley was known for making some
fairly bombastic statements,” Beckley continued, “such as having
traced his family tree back thousands of years to the time when aliens
first landed on Earth. He told me that during WW II he had read of
several incidents in which our fastest military aircraft were followed
by what became known as ‘the foo fighters,’ craft which could not be
attributed to either the Allied or Axis forces and for which there was
no rational explanation. Upon discussing the topic with others in the
early 1950s, it was thought that there was a need for a good UFO
publication, and thus the prestigious ‘Flying Saucer Review’ was created
and distributed to those with a thirst for knowledge on a cosmic level.
“Brinsley was able to give up his regular
job selling ad space for a magazine on gardening,” Beckley recounted,
“when his first book, ‘The Sky People,’ started to sell at a
more-than-modest level. Around 1964, Trench joined forces with a
Japanese UFO contactee group that published an English language magazine
called ‘Brothers.’ The newly-merged group was initially known as the
International Sky Scouts. Brinsley also traveled to Japan, where he
spoke before several gatherings mainly attended by members of the
‘Japanese UFO youth movement.’ Eventually, the group had to change its
name after being drawn into a lawsuit by the real Boy Scouts, who saw
Brinsley’s use of the organization’s name as an infringement on their
trademarked name. As a ‘compromise,’ the name was changed to Contact
International, which continues to issue ‘Awareness,’ a quarterly journal
which Brinsley started years and years back.
“And while Brinsley had started out as a
literal believer in the ETH, short for the ‘extraterrestrial
hypothesis,’ he told me out in the foyer when we met at the House of
Lords, where I was to deliver my talk to his unofficial UFO group, that
he had changed his opinion and now believed that UFOs were part of an
underground civilization which had established a tunnel system from one
end of the Earth to another, thus enabling them to move around
“Brinsley thought this civilization was
well ahead of us and had learned to live in peace since its original
downfall during the time of Atlantis. He also saw its technology as
being hundreds of years more advanced, leaning on various forms of
fossil-free fuel to sail their ships about when they emerged from
their inner Earth headquarters.”
While enjoying Brinsley’s hospitality,
Beckley also sat down with the Lord for a face-to-face interview, which
Beckley published in his own magazine, “UFO Review,” in 1981.
Beckley opened the interview by asking, “How did you start the ball rolling on the question of UFOs in the House of Lords?”
“I took my seat in June 1976,” Brinsley
replied, “and a month after that I made my maiden speech, which wasn’t
on UFOs, but had to do with the state of our nation. Then I started
sounding a few of the other Lords out and found that quite a number of
were interested in the topic. In our country, if you want to find out
something from one of our leaders, you can put it in writing or ask a
question in the chamber. My questions led me to believe that there was a
cover-up here in this country.
“This set me off but good,” the Earl
continued. “The next thing I did was to introduce a debate in the
chamber of the House of Lords. This debate went very well. In total, 14
speakers took part. The Earl of Kimberly, who is a member of our group
now, was my main supporter. True, some people were talking against UFOs
and some in favor of the subject, but there was no ridicule. It was
treated with respect. As the result of a suggestion that I made during
the debate, we now have gotten a House of Lords UFO Study Group. It has
over 30 members.”
The debate Brinsley is referring to
happened on January 18, 1979, and is still considered a watershed moment
in “Exo-Politics,” or the politics of the extraterrestrial question.
Veteran UFO journalist Antonio Huneeus
posted an update on the event on the “Open Minds” website that marked
the event by saying, “Another significant sign of how deeply the
interest in ufology had penetrated the upper crust of British society
was the famous UFO debate that took place in the venerable House of
Lords, which made worldwide headlines at the time. Just imagine the same
exercise taking place in the U.S. Senate! Decades before the term was
invented, this was pure Exo-Politics – a four-hour debate on the
political and national security implications of UFOs and possible
extraterrestrial activities on the upper chamber of a parliament of a
major power with nuclear weapons and international prestige. It doesn’t
get better than that and yet it really happened.”
In that same posting on “Open Minds,”
Huneeus reprises an article he wrote at the time under the pseudonym A.
Hovni for a long-defunct New York City daily newspaper:
“It is with much pleasure that I
introduce this debate this evening about unidentified flying objects –
known more briefly as UFOs and sometimes as flying saucers. I understand
that this is the first time the subject of UFOs has been debated in
your Lordships’ House, so this is indeed a unique occasion.”
With these words, the article continues,
his noble Lordship, the Earl of Clancarty, initiated a historic debate
in Britain’s venerable House of Lords, over a “question” previously
requested by him. The debate lasted almost four hours, and not less than
14 Lords stated for the record their pro and con positions concerning
UFOs and, specifically, Lord Clancarty’s motion that Her Majesty’s
government initiate an “intra-governmental study” of UFOs, as well as
his suggestion to set up a UFO Study Group within the House of Lords to
look further into the matter. It was reported that within 48 hours of
this debate, every single copy of Hansard – the official Parliamentary
Debates records – with the UFO transcript was sold out.
“Lord Clancarty was certainly the right
man at the right place,” Huneeus writes. “Better known as Brinsley Le
Poer Trench, he was described by ‘The Illustrated London Times’ as ‘the
one uncontroversial personality, the “elder statesman” of the British
flying saucer movement.’ Among other things, Clancarty has published
seven popular books on UFOs and was one of the founders and an early
editor of ‘Flying Saucer Review,’ perhaps the oldest and most
prestigious publication in the field.”
“WE WOULD LIKE TO GET TWO ALIENS OR MORE TO COME AND TALK”
When Beckley did his exclusive interview
with Brinsley a couple of years after the historic House of Lords
debate, Brinsley had developed a new ambition regarding finding the
truth behind the UFO mystery.
“We would like to get two aliens or more to come and talk to our group,” he told Beckley.
“Is that an open invitation?” Beckley asked.
“Yes,” came Brinsley’s reply, “and I’m
sure that some of them speak our language and many other languages. You
are bound to get some people who will say that they are just Earth
people pretending. But the point is that if you get them to do their
materialization and dematerialization, paranormal abilities which are
normal to them, that should be proof.”
“Have you ever met anybody that you thought was an extraterrestrial?” Beckley prodded further.
“Yes, I have, on several occasions,”
Brinsley answered, “but I was probably completely wrong. I had this idea
in my head because of certain things. But I always thought that there
was lots of life elsewhere, even when I was very young.”
The earl reflected further on his efforts to bring about disclosure, which he phrased as getting “the government to come clean.”
“I’m sure they’ve got plenty of reports,”
he told Beckley. “There are reasons for a cover-up. The original one, I
think, has to do with panic, but also a number of countries might be
trying to get hold of an alien spacecraft in operational condition, or
in good order, not a crashed, smashed one.”
“Do you think that the British government has a crashed UFO?”
“It’s possible,” the earl said, “but I
wouldn’t know. I couldn’t give you a good answer to that one. But think
that if one country were to get hold of one and were actually able to
make more of them, that particular country would rule the world. That,
of course, is the reason that a particular government would have a
“Another possible reason for a cover-up,”
he continued, “is that, if they are using a free electromagnetic method
of propulsion, this would be a blow for a lot of industries: the
nuclear industry, the electrical, oil, coal. It would be a good thing,
because a lot of these industries are causing pollution.”
SOME IMPORTANT WRITINGS ARE GIVEN NEW LIFE
Many years before he made international
headlines by introducing the debate on the UFO question in the House of
Lords, Brinsley was paying his dues as a researcher and writer. Beckley
has republished two of the late Lord’s titles through his Global
Communications/Inner Light Books publishing house.
“Legacy of the Sky People,” which also
includes updated material by Nick Redfern, Tim Swartz and, in the
interest of total disclosure, myself, is a reprinting of Brinsley’s 1960
bestseller, “The Sky People.” In an interview I conducted with Brad
Steiger, who has long been one of the most respected journalists
specializing in the field of the paranormal, he wholeheartedly praises
Brinsley’s pioneering exploration of the Ancient Astronauts theory of
“I read Brinsley’s book when it came out
in the 1960s,” Steiger told me. “I haven’t had the privilege of hanging
out with him, the way Brother Tim (Beckley) has, but I certainly am
familiar with his work. It’s the groundbreaker aspect that is so
Steiger said that in one of his own
bestselling books, “Atlantis Rising,” he quoted quite freely from
Brinsley’s work, adding that it was a new field at the time and Brinsley
was one of the few proponents of the idea that UFO contact had begun in
ancient times. Nevertheless, it was Erich von Daniken, years later, who
seemed to get the most recognition.
“Brinsley was generally neglected,”
Steiger said, “because Erich von Daniken was the fair-haired boy at the
time and was given a great deal of credit for coming up with the whole
ancient astronauts concept. A book such as ‘The Sky People’ was read by a
few individuals, but the great masses of people were not interested.
Then something comes out and gets a lot of attention, like ‘Chariots of
the Gods?’ As people said, von Daniken just happened to be standing in
front of the cosmic slot machine when it paid off.”
Steiger feels that Trench stands out from
his contemporaries because the late earl’s approach was more scholarly
and careful in terms of the claims he made.
“Brinsley would present things as a
hypothesis,” Steiger explained. “He would say ‘PERHAPS you find this
daring; PERHAPS you find this offensive to your beliefs. But consider
that Jehovah may have been a leader of people who came from the stars.’
There’s a difference between presenting things and allowing your readers
to ponder them and then make up his or her own mind as opposed to
coming out and saying, ‘These entities came from outer space and built
the pyramids.’ There’s a difference between presenting it as a
hypothesis and presenting it as fact.”
Another interesting testimonial comes
from Giorgio Tsoukalos, the spokesman in the English-speaking world for
none other than von Daniken himself.
“Brinsley Le Poer Trench’s books,”
Tsoukalos told me, “have been quoted in many classic ancient astronauts
works. An argument definitely can be made for the points he has written
about, especially because he based a lot of his research on more ancient
texts that are not available as readily as they were back when he was
alive. I do think he is one of the founders of the modern-day ancient
THE MARRIAGE OF TWO “FRINGE” IDEAS
Beckley has also republished Brinsley’s
1974 book, “Secret of the Ages: UFOs Inside the Earth,” giving it the
title “Finding Lost Atlantis Inside the Hollow Earth.” As the new title
suggests, one is required to buy into two ideas that many still consider
to be on the fringes of generally accepted reality: one, that Atlantis
actually existed, and, two, was forced to move inside the hollow Earth
when its home as a continent on the surface was destroyed.
Beckley sums up the concept nicely.
“While the Earl strongly endorsed the
idea that aliens may have been coming here since the time of creation,”
Beckley explains, “in his later career his ideas took a strange turn,
encompassing the notion that an ancient, ‘pre-Noahan’ civilization
existed in what we commonly refer to as the Lost Continent of Atlantis.
Intermingled with this Atlantean culture were space beings arriving for
various reasons – some beneficial, some destructive.”
“The result of which,” Brinsley writes,
“is a long, panoramic narrative in the form of legends and myths,
telling us of gods that came from outer space, who ruled over Atlantis
and were the progenitors of our own civilization. They also fought
terrible wars and made grotesque monsters and giants with reptilian legs
that turned upon the gods themselves.”
Brinsley adds that the Atlanteans tried
to escape the surging chaos by using thermal drills and electron ray
guns to bore out a massive tunnel system that extends even to this very
day from the surface to the hollow core at the center of the planet.
There – at the center of the Earth – the Atlanteans still live in peace
and tranquility, hidden away from the warmongering elements among the
BRINSLEY’S OWN LEGACY
It is to the credit of the other members
of the House of Lords present at the 1979 open debate that they treated
Brinsley and his “out there” ideas with respect and made no effort to
ridicule or mock his beliefs. The British press even noted at the time
that Brinsley was considered to be “noncontroversial,” meaning his
ancestry and public deportment were acceptably dignified. He was not
labeled as just another British “eccentric,” but seen as an honorable
Member of Parliament with something serious to say.
In his introduction to “Legacy of the Sky People,” Beckley warmly remembers his time spent with Brinsley.
“It was unfortunate that I only got to
meet Brinsley once,” Beckley writes, “but I did spend two full days with
him as he introduced me to members of Parliament and hosted a dinner
for me at his flat in London. Recently the British Ministry of Defence
released thousands of files on British UFO encounters. I can’t help but
believe that Brinsley was partly responsible for this new ‘sharing of
information’ with the public. It started with his research into the
legacy of the sky people and his later pressuring of the government to
‘come clean’ about UFOs. We need more like the Eighth Earl of Clancarty
in power today. Such men and woman are difficult to find in service to
their country, both on and off the UFO playing field.”
Brinsley Le Poer Trench died in
Bexhill-on-Sea in 1995, leaving his extensive collection of papers to
Contact International, the organization he presided over beginning in
1967. Since Brinsley had been childless, he was succeeded to the earldom
by his nephew, Nicholas Le Poer Trench, who, as of this writing,
continues to hold that position.
Source: Spectral Vision
LEGACY OF THE SKY PEOPLE: THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL ORIGIN OF ADAM AND EVE; THE GARDEN OF EDEN; NOAH’S ARK AND THE SERPENT RACE
FINDING LOST ATLANTIS INSIDE THE HOLLOW EARTH
UFO PROPHECY: VISIONS FROM THE TOWN HAUNTED BY FLYING SAUCERS – 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTORS EDITION
- THE MYSTERY OF NINA KULAGINA DEPARTMENT -
The Psychokenetic The World Forgot
By Arjun Walia
is the ability to move material objects using the power of mind alone.
It may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but there is ample
evidence to suggest that humans are capable of moving objects with
their minds. Should this prove true, it would be fascinating to say the
least, and would suggest that all human beings have this potential. Of
course, the implications of psychokinesis for humanity as a whole would
be immense, and we as a species may not be ready to handle them just
yet. We would need to be at a pretty peaceful place within to harness
such an ability responsibly. This is why new discoveries are useless
without a good consciousness behind their use, and why we say real
change comes from within.
What type of evidence is there? In
today’s world, something must be peer-reviewed in order to be
considered credible. The unfortunate part about this is that science as
an institution has become highly politicized, plagued by corruption and
the publication of false data. When it comes to topics within the realm
of parapsychology, however, results are more reliable. No agenda is
driving these experiments, and so they are conducted and their results
measured objectively — unlike many corporately funded medical studies.
Scientific fraud is important to mention any time we are talking about
‘peer-reviewed’ scientific literature, so the next time you decide to
brush off other publications (even though they are usually all
‘peer-reviewed’ in some form), take a second to think about this
You might be surprised to find out that there are
plenty of publications examining parapsychological phenomena, like
remote viewing, telepathy, and in this case, psychokinesis.
will be drawing on several publications which examine psychokinesis
throughout the article, but for now, let’s focus our attention on Nina
“Among the most marvelous, most
frightening and certainly most unbelievable possibilities suggested by
psychic folklore is that human beings may be able to exert an
observable influence upon the physical world — simply through the power
of conscious intention; or unconscious intention, or; by some accounts,
through the assistance of spiritual intelligences; 0r as a result of a
mysterious principle known as synchronicity. Some scholars – such as
Stephen Braude, professor of philosophy at the University of Maryland —
take such reports very seriously, claiming that no honest person can
examine the case study reports and easily dismiss them.”
– Jeffrey Mishlove, from his newest book, The PK Man: A True Story of Mind Over Matter
quote above comes from Jeffrey Mishlove, who currently serves as Dean
of Transformational Psychology at The University of Philosophical
Research. His book tells the story of a 20 year field investigation he
conducted on a man who had extraordinary psychokinetic/precognitive
abilities. As many other researchers have done, he calls attention to
Nina Kulagina, a citizen of the former Soviet Union who has apparently
demonstrated psychokinetic influence on physical objects. She caused
quite a stir at the time, and in 1968 Western researchers attending a
conference were shown a video of her in action:
"The Russians claimed that this woman, also known as Nelya Mikhailova,
had been studied by some forty scientists, including two Nobel
laureates. They also reported that, like Serios, Madame Kulagina
was able to cause images to appear on photographic film. The
communist scientists, who were by no means inclined to take a
spiritualistic world view, felt that they had encountered a new force
It’s important to recognize that these abilities
have been demonstrated before under controlled conditions. One of the
best known examples involves Ingo Swann, who was the initial
participant to have his ‘remote viewing‘ abilities studied. (Puthoff,
Harold E. 1996. CIA-Initiated Remote Viewing Program at Stanford
Research Institute. Journal of Scientific Exploration, 10(1), 63-76.)
There is footage
from 1970, where more researchers conducted experiments. Many have
examined Kulagina, and for the last 20 years of her life she was
subjected to academic research by the USSR. There are multiple videos
of her on YouTube.
Studies of the electrical fields around her
body as well as the electrical potentials in her brain were conducted
by well-known physiologist Dr. Genady Sergeyev, who was working in a
Leningrad military laboratory. Exceptionally strong voltages and other
unusual effects were observed:
"There is a
large gradient between the electrical characteristics in the forward
part of Mikhailova’s brain versus the back part of the brain (fifty to
one), whereas in the average person the gradient is four to one.
The usual force field around Mikhailova’s body is ten times weaker than
the magnetic field of the earth.
her pulse rises to 240 per minute. There is activation of deeper
levels of the occipital lobe and reticular formation. This
enhances polarization in the brain between front and back, says
Sergeyev. When the gradient between front and back of the brain
reaches a certain level, and there is most intense activity in the
occipital lobe, radiation of electrostatic and electromagnetic fields
are detected by the force field detectors four yeard from the
body….Heartbeat, brain waves, and force field fluctuations are in
ratio. The fields around the PK medium are stronger further away
than close to the head. Mikhailova appears to focus these force
field waves in a specific area."
– Taken from Michlove’s book, cited above.
evidence is intriguing, even if we veer off from parapsychology into
quantum physics. The quantum double slit experiment is a very popular
experiment used to examine how consciousness and our physical material
world are intertwined. It is a great example that documents how factors
associated with consciousness and our physical material world are
connected in some way. Multiple studies have found that that factors
associated with consciousness significantly correlate in predicted ways
with perturbations in the double slit interference pattern. You can
read more about that here
She Is Not The Only One
effort began, supposedly, because the CIA had concerns about Soviet
investigations into psychic phenomenon, as the United States had
gathered intelligence showing that the Soviets were engaged in
“psychotronic” research. You can read the publication, as the results
were published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration.
is also very active when it comes to identifying individuals with
certain extended human capacities. For example, a paper published in
the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) in September 1981 in the journal
Ziran Zazhi (Nature Journal) tilted “Some Experiments on the Transfer
of Objects Performed by Unusual Abilities of the Human Body” (Shuhuang
et al., 1981) reported that ‘gifted children’ were able to cause the
teleportation of small physical objects from one place to another.
are also some extraordinary claims from a publication titled
“Teleportation Physics Study.” This study reports of highly accurate
parapsychological effects, including clairvoyance, psychokinetic
effects, and more.
In a report published in 2010 by retired
research chemist Dong Shen, an experiment is described involving mental
teleportation of bits of paper out of a sealed plastic film container.
Remarkably, these methods were then taught to others with a success
rate of 40 percent.
It’s also important to mention what Dean Radin, the Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, states:
Evaluating the details and credibility of these studies have been
difficult because many of the papers appear only in Chinese, the
techniques have not yet been reported outside of China, and the
experimental methods employed in conducting such tests do not appear to
be as rigorously controlled as compared to typical Western methods.
this fact, hundreds of elite, specially trained researchers from a
number of scientific disciplines within China’s universities have
studied unexplainable phenomena cultivated by this supposed unique
group of people with ‘Exceptional Human Functions.’
“[T]he results of the Chinese p-Teleportation experiments can simply be
explained as a human consciousness phenomenon that somehow acts to move
or rotate test specimens through a 4th spatial dimension, so that the
specimens are able to penetrate the solid walls/barriers of their
containers without physically breaching them.”
– Eric Davis, Ph.D, FBIS
study, published in the American Journal of Chinese Medicine, as seen
in the the US National Library of Medicine, demonstrated that a women
with special abilities was and is able to accelerate the germination of
specific seeds for the purposes of developing a more robust seed stock.
research was done by the Aerospace Medicine Engineering Institute in
Beijing in July of 1990. It was published in the Chinese Journal of
Somatic Science (Kongzhi et al., 1990; Jinggen et al., 1990; Banghui;
1990). This study reported several experiments involving high speed
photography videotaping, which was able to capture the transfer of test
specimens like nuts, matches, nails, pills, and more through the walls
of sealed paper envelopes, sealed glass bottles and tubes, sealed
plastic film canisters, and more without the walls of any of these
containers being breached. All of these experiments reported using
gifted children and adults to cause the teleportation of various
The list of apparent examples is a long one, and
hopefully this introduction will show you that examining the
non-physical is essential to discovering more about the true nature of
“The day science begins to study
non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than
in all the previous centuries of its existence.”
– Nikola Tesla
Source: Collective Evolution
MONSTERS OF THE DEEP DEPARTMENT -
Kusshi: The Mystery of Lake
What is lurking in the waters of Japan’s Lake Kussharo?
An unknown creature, known affectionately as “Kusshi” in an attempt to
emulate Loch Ness’ “Nessie,” has long been sighted in Lake Kussharo, in
the nothern island of Hokkaido, Japan.
Lake Kussharo is located within Akan National Park in eastern Hokkaido
and derives its name from the Ainu word “Kuccharo,” which means “The
place where a lake becomes a river and the river flows out.”
It is a caldera lake, formed in the crater of a volcano long ago, and
is notable for being the largest lake of this kind in Japan as well as
the 6th largest lake in the country overall.
It also boasts the largest island in a freshwater lake in Japan, the
islet Nakanoshima, which is in fact a composite volcano. Lake Kussharo
is massive for a caldera lake, being approximately 57 km in
circumference and reaching depths of 117.5 meters.
Kusshi is reported as being between 10 and 20 meters in length (30 to
60 ft), and the most commonly cited coloration is a dark brown. The
neck is of a moderate length, and humps are sometimes mentioned. The
head of the creature is said to look somewhat like that of a horse,
only larger, with silver eyes, and is sometimes described as having two
protrusions like giraffe horns on top. A few reports mention the
creature making strange grunting or clicking noises. Interestingly,
many witnesses report having felt distinctly uneasy, disturbed, or
“icky,” upon seeing the creature.
One very interesting characteristic of Kusshi is the high speeds at
which it reportedly can move. In 1974 footage was taken of a mysterious
creature moving across the lake at breakneck speed. In Sept, 1974, a
group of 15 witnesses reported being surprised by a large, somewhat
triangular shaped animal with shiny skin like glistening scales, moving
under the surface of the water with the speed of a motorboat. In 1988,
a Mr. Takashi Murata was riding in a motorboat and reported being paced
by a large animal at a distance of 15 meters away, which he described
as having a dark back that looked like that of a dolphin. The animal
followed him for a time, keeping up with the fast boat, before
disappearing beneath the water.
Lake Kussharo’s alleged lake monster first came to widespread publicity
during the 1970s due to a number of high profile sightings. In 1972, a
man reported seeing an object that looked like a “boat turned upside
down,” swimming quickly through the water. In August of 1973, a group
of 40 middle school students on a field trip, as well as their
teachers, spotted the creature not far from shore. In July, 1974,
another famous case was reported by a Mr. Wada, a farmer who sighted a
large, dark animal with several humps at intervals of 4 meters apart.
The farmer watched the creature for some time before it submerged with
a huge swell of water and a splash.
These sightings and many others like them brought attention to the
lake, which culminated in an active search for the animal. For one
month in Sept 1974, TV crews, boats equipped with fish finder sonar,
and teams of divers explored the lake. These efforts produced some
interesting results. Some of the sonar equipped boats reported finding
large images at depths of 15 to 20 meters and a TV crew from the
Hokkaido Broadcasting Company actually managed to catch footage of the
alleged creature. Over the years, Kusshi has been photographed and
filmed on several occasions, including as recently as 1990.
Kusshi continued to be sighted throughout the 70s and beyond, sometimes
by large groups of people. In May, 1976, Kusshi was sighted by a group
of 22 tour bus passengers and their driver. As recently as 1997, a
group of firefighters spotted a strange animal swimming 100 meters
offshore, which they estimated as being 20 meters long, with a dorsal
fin and banded markings. Another sightings was made by tourists in
2002, and reports occasionally pop up to this day.
Although media attention made Kusshi famous in the 1970s, it would be a
mistake to think that this was the first indication of something
strange or unknown in the lake. The Ainu people who inhabit the area
have long told of giant snakes that inhabit the lake. Pioneers coming
to the area during the Meiji era also told of seeing these creatures,
which were said to attack and eat deer whole. These stories have a long
tradition among locals in the area. During the 40s and 50s, there were
quite a few sightings of Kusshi as well, although these never did gain
the attention that the 1970s sightings did.
So what could Kusshi be?
Lake Kussharo is itself not particularly a good habitat for aquatic
life. The area is well known for its hot springs and volcanic activity,
and volcanic gases bubbling up beneath the surface render the water of
the lake highly acidic. In addition, a 1938 eruption in the area
created a large amount of sulphur which found its way into the water.
The conditions are not ideal for fish. Those that do thrive in the lake
are species that are resistant to acidic water conditions, such as the
introduced rainbow trout, and most fish in the lake congregate near
inflowing streams which dilute the water. This limits the potential
food supply and makes conditions difficult for a large animal.
One hypothesis is that swimming deer or other animals are behind the
sightings. A swimming deer could perhaps fit in with some aspects of
Kusshi reports, especially the general shape and presence of horns
Another idea is that swimming horses could be the culprit. Kusshi’s
head is often described as being horse like, and the creature has even
been mistaken for a horse on at least one occasion. In July, 1975, a
forestry worker saw what he at first thought was a horse swimming in
the lake until he noticed that it was much larger than a horse as it
came closer. The creature then dove below the surface not to be seen
again. Could a horse or deer be behind these reports? It is an
interesting idea, but the sizes reported for Kusshi are much larger
than these animals and we are still faced with the reports that
describe these creatures moving at high speeds.
Some point to the culprit as possibly being misidentified schools of
fish such as rainbow trout, sockeye salmon, or Sakhalin taimen (Hutcho
perryi), which is found in Hokkaido and is one of the oldest and
largest species of salmon. It is something to consider, but would do
nothing to explain the head and neck seen in many reports. Still
another, more unconventional explanation, is that Kusshi could be some
sort of giant slug. Kusshi has been attributed to misidentifications of
motorboats as well.
There are those that have even used the surviving plesiosaur theory,
and there is even a model of Kusshi found at the lake that most
certainly resembles the mainstream “Nessie” image of one. However most
reports do not really describe the animal in that way, and this
speculation seems to be an attempt to liken Kusshi to the popular image
of Nessie more than anything else. This sort of thing has led some
people to make the accusation that the lake monster has been played up
in order to promote tourism to the area.
Whatever it is, Kusshi’s identity remains an interesting mystery.
Source: Cryptomundo/Brent Swancer
you may recall, beginning on June 23, 2016, serious sightings of a
10-foot-long snake were made and filed with members of the Westbrook
(Maine) Police Department.
The giant snake was then seen by two
officers at 3:30 AM on June 29, 2016, eating a beaver and swimming
across the Presumpscot River, near Riverside Park in Westbrook, Maine,
to Brown Street, where it disappeared into the brush.
But quickly the debunkers were heard from, in July.
"David Sparks, who founded Sparks’ Ark Animal Services in New
Gloucester, which rehabilitates various wild animals, told the American
Journal [in July 2016] that he was unconvinced that a large snake has
made itself at home on the river.
'I question whether it was a snake,' he said Tuesday [July 12, 2016].
"Sparks, who lives along the Presumpscot River in Windham, says it’s
more likely the officers saw a beaver dragging a large tree branch
across the river, creating the perception that a snake had snagged the
beaver. Sparks has hosted educational programs with large snakes for
more than 25 years.
'I believe the people
that saw it believe they saw a snake, but I just don’t think from the
two reports that it was,' he said.
sighting from the two officers was in the area of Speirs Street at
approximately 3:30 a.m. One of the officers attempted to take a video,
but it was too dark to see any images."
But the doubters were wrong.
Saturday, August 20, 2016, at around 3:00 PM near the carry-in boat
launch, a local person found a shed snake skin. It was large and proves
a large snake is in the area.
“Wessie is real,” is the least that can be said about the new find.
Police Chief Janine Roberts messaged, via the media, to the public the
serious nature of their past and current alerts. They are warning the
public about snakes after the large snake skin was found near the
“Until the type of snake is determined and we
can assess the safety risk, we caution people who recreate along the
Presumpscot River to remain alert, maintain a safe distance from any
wildlife, and report any sightings of the snake to the Westbrook Police
Department (WPD),” Roberts said.
The International Cryptozoology
Museum (ICM) at Thompson’s Point, Portland, Maine, the world’s only
cryptozoology museum, has offered our full services of identification
and search/research resources to the Westbrook Police Department.
ICM also has mentioned to the WPD of the significant and important
nature of this skin, and are hoping it will be retained and obtained
for exhibit at the ICM.
POLICE investigating reports of disturbances at a house were left stunned when they witnessed paranormal activity.
officers witnessed clothes flying across a room, lights going off and
when they went back on the lampshades were upside down and oven doors
opening and closing.
Even a chihuahua dog which was playing in the garden was then discovered sitting on top of a seven-foot hedge.
family who live at the property had called the police in a panic. They
endured two days of the bizarre occurrences before moving out of the
property in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire.
The situation has
been discussed at high levels within Police Scotland, with senior
officers perplexed as to how they best handle the incidents.
A police source said: “These were incidents that were witnessed by our own officers. Incidents that are not easily explained.
problem we’ve got is where we go from here as no crime has been
established, so what else can we do but deal with any reports of
“But officers with more than 20 years’ service are
saying they’ve never seen anything like this. It really is something
that down-to-earth police officers are having trouble getting their
“How do you handle what, despite us liking to use the word, has been described as a poltergeist.”
The family at the centre of the drama are devoutly Catholic and police did seek assistance from the church.
A priest has been to the house in Stonelaw Road and performed what has been described as a ‘blessing’ at the property.
saga unfolded when the family, a woman and her son in his early teens,
contacted police on Monday and Tuesday to report ‘disturbing incidents’
in her home.
The woman and the teenager, described as extremely
distressed, had been experiencing violent and unexplained circumstances
and in desperation contacted police.
A source said: “The
officers attended expecting it to be a mental health issue but they
witnessed the lights going off, clothes flying across the room and the
dog sitting on top of the hedge.
“The officers called their
superiors who also attended thinking the cops were perhaps being a bit
silly but it’s being taken very seriously.
“The fact it was witnessed by our officers has lent itself to a very different but active inquiry.”
no reasonable explanation for what they witnessed police, acting with
the support of the family, contacted the Catholic Church who sent a
priest to bless the house.
No-one has been harmed, though the
family were given safety advice by baffled officers and chose to leave
the house. They are understood to be living with relatives.
source added: “The main concern is with the family’s welfare and
well-being but with no crime committed and no culprit we are at a loss
how to proceed with it. Inquiries are ongoing but it’s difficult to
know where to go with it.”
Police are understood to be looking
into the family’s background, and working with doctors and social
services to provide support.
They are also thought to be
checking the history of the property, to see if there been any reports
of similar occurrences from previous residents.
Our source said
all options were being considered by way of explaining the goings-on:
“Is it some form of hoax, or is it real or not real? These are the
questions being asked by officers but without coming to any conclusion.
spokesman for Police Scotland said: “On 8 and 9 August police attended
a house in Rutherglen to reports of a disturbance. No evidence of
criminality was found and advice and guidance was given to the family.”
The Catholic Church was approached for comment but failed to respond.
Scottish psychic medium Ally Key, from Dundee, and his wife Sadie, a
paranormal specialist, have publicly offered to aid a family by
conducting an investigation within their home - which they say has
similarities to the Enfield Haunting.
Ally said: "A
professional, experienced person needs to help this family. The
disturbance description doesn't sound like a poltergeist, it sounds
like an intelligent entity."
He explains a poltergeist - meaning noisy ghost - cannot be at the root of the problem.
can appear and leave at any time. It can be attached to a building or a
person, or be an entity arriving because of a dramatic change in the
atmosphere or structure of a home - possibly the spirit's old home.
would need to conduct a full investigation to determine if there is a
logical explaination or if a spirit is inhabiting the property."
Ally, claims to be able to communicate with the dead with help from his
spirit guide Father Joseph and releases spirits through his own body.
pyschic says spirits have forced him to speak in different languages
and one even lifted him and threw him to the ground during a vigil in
the Blair Street vaults in Edinburgh.
The pair, who have
conducted hundreds of investigations between them, say they just want
the family to have peace of mind and be able to return to their home
Ally said: "I've never failed a case, we've always
found an answer, paranormal or not. We want to help without a media
circus or mass hysteria.
The couple say they only need two nights in the house to conduct a full investigation.
Shreenan, who had been living at the property on Stonelaw Road in
Rutherglen with her son, has now fled to her parents home just miles
down the road in South Lanarkshire.
A Police source said
officers are looking into the history of the property to see if there
is any explaination for the strange events.