by Joan d’Arc We knew well in advance that the Japanese were going to attack. It was a lie that we didn’t have direct radio communication with Washington DC. – Lt. Col. Clifford M. Andrew The opening line to a rare 1975 document entitled The Skeleton in Uncle Sam’s Closet reads, “I am Hartford Van Dyke, a Non Union lawyer. I ...Read More »
by Joan d’Arc We knew well in advance that the Japanese were going to attack. It was a lie that we d...
by Joan d’Arc “Am I a spaceman? Do I belong to a new race on earth, bred by men from outer space in ...
The following talk was delivered by the late Jim Keith in Atlanta, Georgia in November, 1995 and was...
Henry Lincoln began his career as an actor, but turned to screenwriting early on, pumping out hundre...
by Liz Lee Most of us know Amelia Earhart as the famous aviatrix tragically lost at sea during an at...
by Joan d’Arc Telepathy, a word coined in 1882, was originally called “thought-transference.” Telepa...
by Joel Carlinksy The term “hurricane” is an official but arbitrary designation for a tr...
by Randy Koppang Within and without the greater UFO studies community, one issue persists in provoki...
by Timothy Green Beckley Born David Robert Jones, I first met David Bowie during his original tour o...
by Philip Mantle In 1993 I was contacted by London businessman Ray Santilli. In l995 Santilli’s cont...
by Joan d’Arc “Am I a spaceman? Do I belong to a new race on earth, bred by men from outer space in embraces with earth women?,” Wilhelm Reich wondered in his book, Contact with Space, published in 1957 before his imprisonment by the federal government. Reich noted that this idea was first presented to the public in the 1951 ...Read More »
The following talk was delivered by the late Jim Keith in Atlanta, Georgia in November, 1995 and was published in Paranoia’s special People’s Think Tank Issue 17, in Fall, 1997. What I intend to explore today are some of my own thoughts and opinions about the nature of UFOs and aliens and reality, based upon an interest that goes back to ...Read More »
Henry Lincoln began his career as an actor, but turned to screenwriting early on, pumping out hundreds of dramatic scripts for television. He was especially adept at writing scripts for historical documentaries, such as Nostradamus, The Tomb of Akhehnaton, and The Man in the Iron Mask, which he wrote for BBC Chronicle. In 1972, he wrote his first documentary about Rennes-le-Chateau, ...Read More »
by Liz Lee Most of us know Amelia Earhart as the famous aviatrix tragically lost at sea during an attempted round-the-world flight in 1937. The Kansas-born darling of early aviation was an international sensation in the 1930’s, setting world records as the first woman to complete a solo, round-trip flight across the United States, and the first woman to cross ...Read More »
by Joan d’Arc Telepathy, a word coined in 1882, was originally called “thought-transference.” Telepathy is most often thought of as “brain to brain” or “mind-to-mind” contact, or along a “mind invasion” sort of paradigm, but ESP as a subliminal relationship between two minds is actually an obsolete point of view. As is evident in David Bohm’s physics, the idea of ...Read More »
by Joel Carlinksy The term “hurricane” is an official but arbitrary designation for a tropical storm that reaches sustained wind speeds of more than 75 miles per hour. Thus a single storm might pick up speed and become a “hurricane,” then lose speed and be downgraded to a “tropical storm,” then gain speed again and so on, several times in ...Read More »
by Randy Koppang Within and without the greater UFO studies community, one issue persists in provoking disbelief. This enigma is extraterrestrial ‘abduction.’ Even in light of ET research done for decades now, abduction eludes actual understanding. Thousands of case studies bear out consistent patterns, where ‘experiencers’ perceive ETs. Yet, the very nature of abduction testimony is also consistent, as if ...Read More »
by Timothy Green Beckley Born David Robert Jones, I first met David Bowie during his original tour of the United States having adapted the stage persona of Ziggy Stardust, a sort of lost in space androgynous alien, complete with cosmic makeup and a painted lightning bolt zig zaging across his face down to his naked chest. Before venturing across the ...Read More »
by Philip Mantle In 1993 I was contacted by London businessman Ray Santilli. In l995 Santilli’s controversial Alien Autopsy Film was released around the world. I have covered events surrounding this film in many publications around the world and in my book Alien Autopsy Inquest. On June 22, 2007, I travelled by train to London to meet up with Ray ...Read More »
by Scott Corrales Small armed groups defying the government are nothing new – one just has to look at Israel’s mighty Masada fortress to be reminded of this. The Nineties had their share of armed resistance, most notably the Ruby Ridge and Waco incidents. But in these cases the common denominator was mistrust of the Federal government and the desire ...Read More »
by Alan R. Cantwell, Jr., M.D. What is the common thread which weaves through the occurrence of the highly contagious disease known as the Gulf War Syndrome, which has struck as many as 60,000 veterans? Dr. Cantwell has found a biowarfare connection. Since the Nuremberg trials, it has been against international law to use people as guinea pigs in experiments ...Read More »
by Mike Culkin “The future was darkening, we were nearing the terrible catastrophe which was about to overwhelm France. The abyss was at our feet; yet averting our eyes, struck with a fatal blindness, we hurried from fête to fête, from pleasure to pleasure. It was a kind of frenzy which thrust us gaily on to our own destruction. Alas! ...Read More »
By Ron Patton Amidst the subtle cerebral circumvention of the gullible populace, through a multitude of manipulated mediums, lies one of the most diabolical atrocities perpetrated upon a segment of the human race; a form of systematic mind control which has permeated every aspect of society for almost fifty years. To objectively ascertain the following, one may need to re-examine ...Read More »
Can Lucian’s True History Explain Legends of Missing Warriors? by Steve Ahlquist ” … for this one thing I confidently pronounce for a truth, that I lie … for I write of matters which I neither saw nor suffered … Let no man therefore in any case give any credit to them.” – Lucian, True History, translated from the ...Read More »
by Christine Cowling The RMS Titanic may very well be the most famous shipwreck in the world however another magnificent ocean liner was sunk under tragic and mysterious circumstances just three years later. The RMS Lusitania was a luxury ocean liner, with nine passenger decks, a typical crew of 850, and capacity for up to 2,198 passengers. Her elegant domed ...Read More »