A few things to keep you busy over the weekend...
- More Red Pill entries worth checking out: a topical article on Robert Bigelow, and two of the RlC mystery's main characters, Berenger Sauniere and Henri Boudet. Feel free to add material, or create new articles - the more the merrier!
- Speaking of Robert Bigelow, make sure you check out the personal account of the launch of the Genesis I module a few days ago. The one anecdote about running extension cords to a nearby restaurant is mind-boggling (I'm guessing there'll be money in next year's budget for a generator?).
- Tim Boucher reviews the film version of PKD's A Scanner, Darkly over at the Pop Occulture online magazine, and it's not to his liking.
- Filip Coppens takes a look at the sacred geography of Athens.
- The Société Périllos have part 3 of their essay series "The Origins of the Priory of Sion". Part 1 is here, and here's part 2.
- The Psychedelic Salon has a new podcast, from the 2003 Burning Man Festival: "A Conversation About How Communities Come About".
- Whitley Strieber has a new journal entry: "Missing Time, and the Future".
- Filer's Files #29 has the latest ufological news from around the globe.
- Graham Hancock's website has a new forum article available: "Ancient Ruins in Ainabo - Central Somaliland", by Musa Hersi.
- SurvivalAfterDeath.org has "Ideoplasticity", by G.C. Barnard.
- Kyle King breaks down Seth Shostak's defence of SETI over at UFO Reflections.
- And remember, tomorrow is 22nd of July - the Feast Day of St Mary Magdalene. Andy Gough gives you the view of the day from a Rennes-le-Chateau viewpoint.