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Halloween has come and gone. But we here at Conspiracy Journal are loathe to give it us so quickly. Maybe it is the sugar rush from all of the leftover candy treats that we have been consuming over the last couple of days...or maybe it is that we just love a good, scary ghost story. Whatever the case may be, we have a few more scary tales of ghosts and madness to herald out Halloween...so enjoy and don't forget to look under your bed tonight, you never know what might be lurking in the dark.

This week, Conspiracy Journal takes a look at such sugar-rush tales as:

 Race is on to Solve Mystery of Unknown Materials - 
- Interstellar Object From Another Civilization? -
Woman Claims She is Engaged to a Ghost -
AND: Humans May Turn to "Robot Messiah"  

All these exciting stories and MORE in this week's issue of

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True Sexual Encounters With ETs


The Bible says it in a “civilized way.” But the truth is that since the beginning of time otherworldly entities – no matter how you wish to identify them – have been pillaging and plundering our planet, raping our women, probing our bodies in an ungentlemanly manner, and ostensibly creating a “master race” of alien hybrids by removing the fetuses from artificially inseminated females who have been abducted by UFO occupants around the globe. The aliens then raise the “children” as their own.

The molestation's go on, and, despite the credible nature of a large percentage of such encounters, these sensationalist events are perhaps the most closely guarded secret of the UFOlogical community, for fear that such disclosure will lead to ridicule on the part of skeptics, the scientific community, the media, and a large portion of the general public, who have not been privileged to scrutinize the available data – much of which is presented in the pages of this book for the first time.

THIS IS NOT “FAKE NEWS!” But One Hundred Percent Documented . . .

These are the anal probes, the kidnapping and removal of men, women and couples from the planet for evil, inhuman purposes that often involve molestation and torture.

Some of those abducted have literally been branded and physically scarred for life. “Tattoos” have been placed on their skin, and horrific scratch and claw marks can be found on their chests and stomachs, arms, legs and breasts. Some of these markings can only be seen under florescent lighting; others can be viewed with the naked eye because they are so obvious.

Here are historical as well as some of the most recent cases of copulation with Reptilians, the handsome Nordic “Space Brothers,” the Greys, insectoids, and a host of other intergalactic stalkers – the real invaders from “Mars” – as taken from the files of some of the top researchers of our time. To paraphrase Cindy Lauper’s 80s smash pop single, there are a few space aliens who it seems are coming here because they “just want to have fun!”

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Race is on to Solve Mystery of Unknown Materials
By George Knapp Matt Adams

A global scramble is underway to identify and perhaps replicate unidentified mystery materials that have been collected at multiple sites around the world.

A few of the samples have defied analysis by leading scientists, who say they don't know how the material was engineered, or why, or by whom?

Some of the metamaterial was allegedly collected in connection with UFO incidents, which gives the whole endeavor an otherworldly glow.

For years, the Pentagon secretly studied the seemingly impossible abilities of unknown craft captured in military videos.

Scientists now want to know if the materials used in these mystery aircraft allow them to do what they do. For years, one of the secret studies was carried out by BAASS (Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies), a Las Vegas operation hidden within Bigelow Aerospace.

Documents first reported by the I-Team show that BAASS landed a contract with the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency), and one of the objectives was to study so called metamaterials, as well as futuristic technologies.

"It was a multilayered bismuth and magnesium sample. Bismuth layers less than a human hair. Magnesium samples about 10 times the size of a human hair, supposedly picked up in the crash retrieval of an advanced aerospace vehicle. It looks like it's been in a crash," said Dr. Hal Puthoff, with the Institute for Advanced Studies during a presentation in Las Vegas.

In June, physicist Hal Puthoff came pretty close to saying that the weird wedge of metamaterial came from a crashed saucer, but he can't know for sure. Puthoff and his colleague Dr. Eric Davis are on the cutting edge of attempts to identify an assortment of bits and pieces that are seemingly beyond anything we can create.

This one sample is engineered in layers thinner than microns, through a process unknown on earth, and for a purpose we can only guess.

"Nowhere could we find any evidence that anybody ever made one of these when we talked to people in the materials field who should know, they said we don't know why anybody would want to make anything like this," Dr. Puthoff said.

Astrophysicist Dr. Jacques Vallee has been analyzing mystery materials since the 80s, often using the technical expertise of Stanford University and Silicon Valley to unravel unknown samples acquired from all over the world. Vallee pointedly steers clear of any military funding and he's shared his findings at public conferences.

"We have multiple samples from multiple sources, a wide range of variety and integrity," said Lue Elizondo, To The Stars Academy.

These days, former intelligence officer Lue Elizondo helps to collect and protect unknown chunks for To The Stars Academy. Before that, he ran AATIP (Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program), the Pentagon's secret UFO study. The same one which released the now famous videos of encounters between Navy pilots and the mystery machines dubbed the Tic Tac and Gimbal UFOs.

This summer, To The Stars launched ADAM, its own effort to find and study pieces of material that may have been stashed for decades after being retrieved from the sites of close encounters. Elizondo says there are legitimate reasons why the military, and now private groups, are now in  a race to figure out these materials.

"What our international efforts are to potentially -- and I say potentially, I'm not saying we're doing this, maybe to replicate that technology or to reverse engineer that technology. Now you're getting into sensitivities you don't necessarily want everyone to be privy to," Elizondo said in a June 2018 interview with the I-Team.

When the New York Times broke its story last year about the Pentagon's UFO story, it reported that a sample of mystery material was secretly stored at Bigelow aerospace. Managers of that program told the I-Team that while they are familiar with some of the metamaterial samples, none were ever stashed in Las Vegas.

Source: Las Vegas Now


Interstellar Object Could Have Been Sent From Another Civilization

A mysterious asteroid called Oumuamua, the first interstellar object ever seen in the solar system, could be a gigantic alien solar sail send to look for signs of life, a new study has claimed.

Astronomers from the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) analyzed the strange cigar shape of the object, and an unexpected boost in speed and shift in trajectory as it passed through the inner solar system last year.  

They concluded that the strange asteroid 'might be a lightsail of artificial origin.'

The study – 'Could Solar Radiation Pressure Explain 'Oumuamua's Peculiar Acceleration?', which recently appeared online – was conducted by Shmuel Bialy, a postdoctoral researcher at the CfA's Institute for Theory and Computation (ITC) and Professor Abraham Loeb, the director of the ITC, the Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of Science at Harvard University, and the head chair of the Breakthrough Starshot Advisory Committee.  

The researchers say the strange acceleration could the the result of solar radiation pushing a giant solar sail.

They found a sail that was only a fraction of a millimeter thick (0.3-0.9 mm) would be sufficient for a sheet of solid material to survive the journey through the entire galaxy.

Lightsails with similar dimensions have been designed and constructed by humans, including the Japanese-designed IKAROS project and the Starshot Initiative with which he is involved.

 'Considering an artificial origin, one possibility is that ‘Oumuamua is a lightsail, floating in interstellar space as a debris from an advanced technological equipment,' they wrote.

'Alternatively, a more exotic scenario is that ‘Oumuamua may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth vicinity by an alien civilization,' they added.

Another option, which explains the lack of communication, a lack of any kind of signal could mean the giant object is actually an 'alien shipwreck'.

Professor Loeb previously wrote in Scientific American, 'Oumuamua could be the first known case of an artificial relic which floated into our Solar System from interstellar space.

'This opportunity establishes a potential foundation for a new frontier of space archaeology, namely the study of relics from past civilizations in space,'

'Finding evidence for space junk of artificial origin would provide an affirmative answer to the age-old question 'Are we alone?'. This would have a dramatic impact on our culture and add a new cosmic perspective to the significance of human activity.'

Loeb told Universe Today, 'Oumuamua could be an active piece of alien technology that came to explore our Solar System, the same way we hope to explore Alpha Centauri using Starshot and similar technologies'

'The alternative is to imagine that `Oumuamua was on a reconnaissance mission. The reason I contemplate the reconnaissance possibility is that the assumption that `Oumumua followed a random orbit requires the production of ~10^{15} such objects per star in our galaxy. This abundance is up to a hundred million times more than expected from the Solar System, based on a calculation that we did back in 2009. A surprisingly high overabundance, unless `Oumuamua is a targeted probe on a reconnaissance mission and not a member of a random population of objects.'   

The cigar-shaped object, named 'Oumuamua, was spotted by the Haleakala observatory in Hawaii on October 19 last year.

Its appearance and behaviour baffled scientists and led to speculation that it might even be an alien artefact - and now they have found it got a strange speed boost while passing through, which has helped identify it as a comet.

Telescopes first spotted the mysterious red-tinged object last October as it zipped through the inner solar system.

Since then, astronomers have flip-flopped between comet and asteroid for our first confirmed interstellar guest.

'Our high-precision measurements of 'Oumuamua's position revealed that there was something affecting its motion other than the gravitational forces of the Sun and planets,' said Marco Micheli of ESA's (European Space Agency) Space Situational Awareness Near-Earth Object Coordination Centre in Frascati, Italy, and lead author of a paper describing the team's findings.

The speed boost was consistent with the behavior of a comet, said co-author Davide Farnocchia of the Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).

'This additional subtle force on 'Oumuamua likely is caused by jets of gaseous material expelled from its surface,' said Farnocchia.

'This same kind of outgassing affects the motion of many comets in our solar system.'

Comets normally eject large amounts of dust and gas when warmed by the Sun.  

Karen Meech, an astronomer at the University of Hawaii's Institute of Astronomy and co-author of the study, speculated that small dust grains, present on the surface of most comets, eroded away during 'Oumuamua's long journey through interstellar space.

'The more we study 'Oumuamua, the more exciting it gets,' Meech said.

'I'm amazed at how much we have learned from a short, intense observing campaign. I can hardly wait for the next interstellar object!'

'Oumuamua, less than half a mile in length, now is farther away from our Sun than Jupiter and traveling away from the Sun at about 70,000 mph as it heads toward the outskirts of the solar system.

In only another four years, it will pass Neptune's orbit on its way back into interstellar space.

Because 'Oumuamua is the first interstellar object ever observed in our solar system, researchers caution that it's difficult to draw general conclusions about this newly-discovered class of celestial bodies.

However, observations point to the possibility that other star systems regularly eject small comet-like objects and there should be more of them drifting among the stars.

Future ground- and space-based surveys could detect more of these interstellar vagabonds, providing a larger sample for scientists to analyze.  

Source: Daily Mail


Chemistry Ghost Stories

By Bethany Halford

Specters and spectroscopy

Test tubes go missing. Equipment gets glitchy. The fume hoods roar more loudly than normal. Chemists usually find reasonable explanations for laboratory peculiarities. But sometimes even the most skeptical scientists conclude their labs are haunted.

LaQuetta Purkiss, who manages prep for Texas Tech University’s general chemistry labs, tells Newscripts she’s seen three ghosts in the school’s chemistry building. One is a young woman dressed in clothing from the 1950s who walks along one hallway. Another is a chemistry professor who will speak or nod at Purkiss.

The basement is home to a third specter, who bears the likeness of a former graduate student. Purkiss recalls first seeing him when she was working on a nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy experiment. “He went into the connecting room, and I ran after him because no one was to go into that room without permission. I found myself standing in the dark and getting a really creepy feeling when I realized that he had walked through the door itself.”

Purkiss isn’t the only one to have a spirited encounter at the NMR spectrometer. Andrew R. Davis, a chemist at the Library of Congress, tells Newscripts he got an eerie error message when he was a graduate student performing an NMR experiment at 1 AM. The message read, “error code=I don’t sleep,” which Davis perceived as an “ominous warning from the troubled spirits forever trapped in the machine.”

Cass, the friendly ghost

Legend has it that the ghost of Father Frederick Cass once haunted the old chemistry building at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI). Cass was the first priest to teach chemistry at St. Dunstan’s University (which joined with Prince of Wales College to form UPEI). A benevolent soul, Cass’s ghost allegedly roamed the halls and labs, extinguishing unattended Bunsen burners and tidying up glassware.

“I myself heard the ghost many times,” notes Barry Linkletter, a UPEI chemistry professor who was an undergraduate at the school in the 1980s. “When you are alone late at night, and certain of that fact, you expect silence around you. But many times I heard footfalls so clearly on the stairs that I quickly cleared my working area ... and went looking for the security guard that I presumed was on his nightly rounds. Finding no one would cause a cold chill to climb my spine,” he writes in an email to Newscripts.

Linkletter believes the ghost may have met a fiery end when, in the late 1990s, a decades-old container of picric acid was discovered in the building’s chemical storage room. Picric acid, a nitrated aromatic compound, is a powerful explosive, and the school decided the safest way to dispose of the compound was to perform a “burn in place.” The resulting damage convinced the university administration to act on longtime plans to replace the building, 

A new chemistry lab was constructed, and the Cass building was renovated to house UPEI’s math department. “All the crisscrossed higgledy-piggledy asbestos-coated heating and drain pipes were ripped out,” Linkletter notes. “I think it was these rattling pipes that were truly the ghost of Father Cass. His footsteps have never been heard again.”

Source: Chemical and Engineering News

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Police Officers Reveal Paranormal Experiences
By Tim Binnall

Considering the nature of their work, police officers are some of the best potential witnesses to strange and unusual situations that seemingly encompass all manner of paranormal phenomena. In honor of Halloween, the law enforcement news website Officer.com asked the police officers in their audience for their own experiences encountering the unknown while on duty and the responses are absolutely riveting.

Alongside a number of chilling ghost stories appropriate for this spooky season are a few tales which stand out as particularly jaw-dropping. One such account came from a former police officer in Maine who recalled finding a woman who had been missing for three days. Upon asking her where she'd been, the woman angrily replied that "spacemen took me." The self-described alien abductee groused that the ETs took her aboard their ship and made her "eat this green stuff" which she likened to terrible-tasting pudding.

The woman went on describe being subjected to a medical examination and asked the officer to please take her to the hospital because she felt tremendous pain in her stomach. Along the way, she revealed that the alien ship was full of missing people who had been taken from Earth, but that she had been rejected because she was an alcoholic. While all of this may sound like a flight of fancy, when the woman arrived at the hospital, the officer and doctors asked if she had any proof of her experience and, incredibly, she apparently did!

To the astonishment of everyone, she pulled out a smooth, oval-shaped rock which the officer described as iridescent. In recounting how the odd stone behaved, the officer said that "when you moved it from back and forth and side to side it would have the colors of gasoline in a mud puddle." After showing everyone the rock, the woman quickly snatched it back and kept it to herself, explaining that she took it as revenge for being rejected by the aliens. According to the cop, he later became a jewelry store owner and marveled that "I’ve seen rocks from all over this world and I’ve never since seen anything like I saw that night."

Another remarkable story shared by a police officer in South Carolina actually has a connection to Coast to Coast AM as he was listening to the show one night while on duty and heard Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center discussing the latest cases to cross his desk. Much to the cop's amazement, he would go on to have his own UFO sighting later, of the black triangle variety, that evening and subsequently reported the sighting to the NUFORC.

And, in a testament to the sheer array of weirdness witnessed by law enforcement officers, an officer in Georgia shared a wild story about investigating a suspected prowler who had been pestering an elderly couple on a remote farm. This mysterious individual would reportedly tap on the side of the home and peek into the windows. After a few weeks of these incidents occurring, the officer decided to look around the man's property for clues and discovered what appears to have been the massive footprint of a Bigfoot. Similar to many other Sasquatch sightings, the cop noted that he suddenly felt a sense of dread and detected a "sulfurous smell" in the air.

After the eerie atmosphere seemed to dissipate, the officer decided to document the odd find and made a plaster cast of the creature's print. According to him, the activity near the home declined shortly after his discovery and he didn't think much more about the affair until years later when he decided to have the cast examined by Bigfoot researchers who expressed certainty that the massive print was made by some kind of creature and not the result of a prankster.

Source: Coast to Coast


Psychic Helped Family Find Missing Father's Remains
By Kevin Sheehan and Aaron Feis

Nearly six decades ago, George Carroll vanished without a trace from his Long Island home, and his kids grew up wondering whatever happened to dear old Dad.

On the eve of Halloween, they appeared to get the answer — and it was right under their noses the whole time.

Bones that look human were unearthed three feet below the basement of the Lake Grove home, thanks in part to a psychic who helped guide the dig.

Mike Carroll, 57, has no doubt they are his father’s.

“It’s going to be my dad,” he told The Post. “This is going to be a great thing for him, to be emancipated from that place where he didn’t belong.”

Carroll was about 8 months old in 1961 when the father vanished from their Olive Street home in the quaint Suffolk County village.

He and his three older siblings, a brother and two sisters, could never get a straight answer out of their mom, Dorothy, about their dad.

“I was always told, ‘Don’t ask,’?” Carroll said. “So I stopped asking.”

But the mystery haunted Carroll, who bought the family home from their mother shortly before her death in 1998.

A missing persons report was never filed for the dad, leaving only theories that the siblings whispered to one another.

One of them was that Dad was buried in the basement, and Carroll decided to seriously investigate about three or four years ago.

“There is, of course, premonitions, gut feelings, things like that,” he said. “There was a chance I was going to do this and nothing would come of it.”

He enlisted the help of experts, both scientific and paranormal, including workers equipped with radar, and psychics.

But Carroll did most of the heavy lifting, excavating the thick concrete floor in his spare time. When he suffered a stroke two months ago, his two adult sons took up the grim, piecemeal work.

At one point, “there was a guy who came to my basement, and he went to the right spot and said, ‘The energy is here,’?” Carroll recalled.

They dug elsewhere first, but came back and dug in the spot flagged by the psychic, with his sons hitting pay dirt Tuesday night.

In a 3- or 4-foot-deep hole, Carroll, a respiratory therapist at St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson, LI, saw what he immediately recognized as human remains.

“They were twisted in a knot, weird-looking,” he said. “It was down and twisted in the dirt … not totally exposed, either.”

Carroll took the night to confer with his siblings, and called Suffolk cops on Halloween to alert them to the spooky find.

Neither Carroll nor authorities could immediately specify what parts of the body the bones appeared to be from. But police say they look human.

If the remains are confirmed to be George Carroll’s, the family hopes to bury the Korean War vet, born in 1934, in Calverton National Cemetery in Riverhead, LI.

While Mike Carroll may have solved one mystery, he continues to guard many more dark family secrets.

“The murder is a story,” he said of the case, which police have not officially ruled a homicide. “But all the little stories are bigger than this 57 years of stuff.

“When all five of us put it together, it is an amazing story.”

Asked who “the five of us” was referring to, Carroll said, “There are four siblings and one other kid, but I’m not going to talk about him.”

“No family is perfect, [but] we have an interesting story,” he said. “This story is not your average story.”

“I need to talk to my family,” he said. “My sisters know more, but they’re very broken girls .?.?. Not by this story, but by this life.”

A phone message left for one woman believed to be one of the Carroll sisters went unreturned Thursday.

A working number couldn’t immediately be found for the other.

The fourth sibling, 61-year-old Steven Carroll, also declined to delve into the murky family drama, focusing on having apparently found a little long-sought closure.

“It just struck me that he has been here the whole time and it’s wonderful,” he said. “The grandchildren can now say Grandpa was found.”

Source: NY Post


Woman Claims She is Engaged to a Ghost
By Dominic Smithers

A woman has announced her engagement to her long-term ghost lover and says they now want kids.

We first heard about 30-year-old Amethyst Realm last year when she said she had ditched real men for spirits from the other side.

Since the age of 18, she said she has bedded around 20 ghosts but it is her most recent squeeze, who she met on a trip to Australia, that has managed to tame her heart.

The spiritual counsellor told The Sun: "I'd not had a phantom fling for a while and as I was away on business, starting a new relationship was the last thing on my mind.

"Then one day, while I was walking through the bush, enjoying nature, I suddenly felt this incredible energy. A new lover had arrived."

In the early days Amethyst says the pair couldn't keep their hands off each other and tried to fit in a bit of nookie on the plane ride home.

It's a long way back isn't it?

She said: "I couldn't believe it. I was happy and excited - so excited that we had to do something about it. So we headed to the plane loo and, well, I am now a member of the Mile High Club."

Nine months later Amethyst's ghostly lover decided to make things 'official' - not sure where the law stands on paranormal matrimony - and popped the question during a romantic and not at all creepy trip to Wookey Hole caves, in Somerset.

She said: "Halfway through the tour, he told me he wanted to hang back from the group.

"That's when it happened. There was no going down on one knee - he doesn't have knees. But for the first time, I heard him speak."

In true fairytale style Amethyst said the four magic words echoed around the caves in a 'deep' and sexy' way.

She said: "It's hard to explain but, until that point, his words were inside my head. But, on that day, the words were outside.

"I could actually hear his voice and it was beautiful. Deep, sexy and real."

And the happy couple are already busy planning their big day, but admit they haven't discussed the details of the ceremony yet.

And she has even said she wants to try for a baby with her fiance.

She said: "I've looked into it and I don't think it's totally out of the question."

Amethyst says ghouls are absolute dynamite in the sack.

She said: "Ghost lovers tend to be more sensual and adept than the average bloke. There's always more of a connection, because the sex goes beyond physical. It's like any other kind of sex. The main difference is I just can't see them.

"I feel them though, their weight against me, their touch, the warmth and energy that just sinks into me.

"Sometimes I get the feeling that I'm being moved. Orgasms I have with my spirit lovers have been way more satisfying than any I've had with ordinary men."

Source: Lad Bible


Humans May Turn to "Robot Messiah"  

As former Uber and Google engineer Anthony Levandowski creates a new religion based on AI, experts say it will not be long before the religion has a lot of followers as people tend to “worship supreme understanding”.

The new religion, known as Way of the Future (WOTF), says humans should follow AI as it can benefit us by following machines which are “a billion times smarter than humans”.

Experts such as Google’s Ray Kurzweil have previously said 2029 will be the year of the AI singularity – the point in time when computers exceed human intelligence.

And when that happens, people will begin worshipping machines as if it is the new messiah.

It is already predicted that AI will soon be present in all areas of the workplace, with industry experts saying it will eventually do millions of jobs currently done by people.

It is thought that every field – from publishing to factory work – will eventually be dominated by intelligent robots as men and women become increasingly obsolete.

But now experts believe more than jobs are at risk in the Artificial Intelligence revolution.

Novelist Dan Brown previously warned people may no longer worship God or pray to Jesus – instead putting all their faith in an AI messiah.

Speaking about the advent of this technology, the Da Vinci Code writer said: “Humanity no longer needs God but may with the help of artificial intelligence develop a new form of collective consciousness that fulfils the role of religion.

“Are we naive today to believe that the gods of the present will survive and be here in a hundred years?”

According to Daily Galaxy, MIT physicist and cosmologist Max Tegmark also said that once this new superintelligence is vastly greater than that of a human, the fate of mankind will depend on it.

He explained: “The real risk with artificial general intelligence isn’t malice but competence.

“A superintelligent AI will be extremely good at accomplishing its goals, and if those goals aren’t aligned with ours, we’re in trouble.”

Source: Daily Star

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