by Otto O. Binder Source: SAGA UFO Report Summer 1974 Almost everything about the flying saucer phenomenon is a mystery. But the most baffling question about these strange alien craft that haunt our skies is why have they come to Earth. Do they have a purpose? A mission? A goal? Are UFOs here simply to observe us scientifically? Or are ...Read More »
Source: UFO Report 8/78 One time TV regular Roy Thinnes debated for several years about whether he s...
Source: UFO Report 8/78 Evangelist minister Rev. Billy Graham recently revealed that he thinks UFOs ...
Fear & Loathing in America: Hunter S. Thompson’s Errie 9/12/01 ESPN Column The Predicted The Post 9/11 Nation Security State
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Source: UFO Report – November 1978 Comic Robert Klein makes his living by being funny. Yet he ...
By Tim Cridland The best way to view American politics is rival crime-families fighting for control of an empire. Publicity, they fight over issues that, although important to people, do not change the nature of the game. Beneath the surface they use every trick in the book, including temporary alliances and back-stabbing, to gain and control power. This had never ...Read More »
by Eric and Craig Umland Source: SAGA UFO Report Summer 1974 Ignorance is best. We have been taught to believe that the Amerinds (American Indians) never caught on to the principle of the wheel. In particular, we are assured in nearly every text on the Aztec, Inca, and Maya, that although these peoples had “civilizations,” they never invented the wheel. ...Read More »
By John Keel (Source: UFO Report Summer 1974) Author’s note: During my flying saucer investigations in 1967 a. “silent contactee” (a person claiming to have had direct contact with UFO pilots) gave me a list of predictions allegedly passed on by the space people. This list included specific information about pending airplane crashes, power blackouts, and prophecies about my own ...Read More »
Written by The Unexplained Mysteries Team Original Source Unexplained Mysteries According to legends, It is written that in 1684 many young girls who lived in the area met the devil in their dreams. After seducing them, he sent them to visit the monks at Lucedio’s Abbey. The girls managed to corrupt the abbey and convert the monks to Satanism. From ...Read More »
by Clyde Lewis (Ground Zero Radio) When Ground Zero first aired two decades ago, the show started at around the same time the internet was still called, the information superhighway. I fortunately worked for a radio broadcasting company that decided the internet could co-exist with radio. This philosophy also was passed on to another company that was a startup I ...Read More »
By The Modern People Staff Originally published in UFO Reports In 1972 the International UFO Bureau investigated reports of an Oklahoma City couple who overheard a telephone conversation that appeared to be a high-level communication involving the underground North American Air Defense Command Center at Cheyenne Mountain, Colo., and several military installations. Sherry Eckhardts had been talking to her mother ...Read More »
by Jaye Beldo The NSA “the small intestine of the CIA ” Id Canal System” promotes infantile indulgence on a mass scale via colon induction using resonant base frequencies that promote a vacuous feeling in the individual citizen, who then tries to fill the void via conspicuous consumerism. – Jaye Beldo If you ever want to get to the bottom ...Read More »
By The Modern People Staff Originally Printed in UFO Reports Rising white, ghost-like and abruptly 14,162 feet, Mt. Shasta, in far northern California, encompasses more mysteries than Edgar Allen Poe could have dreamed up. Thirteen occult cults worship at its base, and, such is its “pull,” thousands of the curious from all over the world come to commune with the always snow-topped ...Read More »
By Mr. Lobo I’m not surprised about the findings in the recent academic study on the phenomenon of highly intelligent people enjoying films that are poorly made, poorly acted, and often in poor taste. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/enjoyment-of-trash-films-linked-to-high-intelligence-study-finds-a7171436.html Connecting to a similar topic, I’ve written about the Psychology of Horror films often to justify my job. Not to confuse Trash films with Horror ...Read More »
by Isobel Blackthorn That there persists in western society a widespread ignorance of and fascination for the paranormal and the occult, particularly in pop culture, is well known. The paranormal might be considered to be ‘out there’ on the fringes of society, but its portrayal in books and films has taken firm root the mainstream. Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series might ...Read More »
As someone who is actively involved in conspiracy research, I try very hard to put forth information which is well founded and researchable. I have long held the belief that you should not trust me, you should see what I write and do the research to come to your own conclusions. Like many researchers, I can and do make mistakes. ...Read More »
“James Angleton was the mastermind not of the Bay of Pigs (that was Richard Bissell), but of a false defector program that sent spies into the Soviet Union. Among them was one Lee Harvey Oswald.” – Joan Mellen Transcript of a lecture given on January 28, 2007 at the 92nd Street Y in New York City by Joan Mellen It ...Read More »
by Joan d’Arc Some people are addicted to heroin, some are addicted to shoplifting, but I, my friends, am addicted to conspiracy theories. I recently came to the realization that I am a “conspiracy geek.” I love science fiction films too, but this might be because they contain themes of futuristic authoritarian control and corporate malfeasance, which also happen to ...Read More »
by Ashley Feinberg Less than a week after Pokémon Go’s launch, our streets are already filled with packs of phone-wielding, Weedle-catching zombies. They’re robbing our teens,filling our churches with sinners, and tricking our children into exercising. But worst of all, Pokémon Go is turning us all into an army of narcs in service of the coming New World Order. 1. ...Read More »
by David G. Pearson This article will illustrate that the state is extraterrestrial in origin and that the city emanated from the state. The city is also, therefore, ET in origin. The abolition of slavery necessitates the eradication of the state and city (i.e. civilization). In the 1960’s Erich von Daniken asserted that ETs mated with apes via artificial insemination ...Read More »