Here's the alternative radio schedule for the first half of the week.
Coast to Coast AM: First hour Monday is Dr Jim Walsh discussing North Korea and Iran's nuclear testing, followed by psychic medium John Holland who will discuss how the History Channel has called on him to psychically experience crimes and tragedies in the locations where they have occurred. On Tuesday Randall Fitzgerald will expose how myths and deceptions are perpetuated by the chemical, pharmaceutical, and food industries, Wednesday is rogue Egyptologist John Anthony West discussing new evidence and developments in Egypt relating to the on-going quest to re-write all of history, while on Thursday Linda Moulton Howe will share an in depth follow-up discussion on Morgellons disease.
More details including relevant guest links are available at the C2C website. Also C2C can be listened to through KOGO.
- Here's video of a UFO filmed over Lake Tahoe by a local resident, who said it was so real it had him scared.
- Thirty years after UFOs were witnessed over Clovis, New Mexico, a new photo has surfaced. Brian Vike hasn't posted the pic yet, so email him (and ask nicely!) *wink wink nudge nudge*.
- A recent meeting at the Masonic Temple in Philadelphia discussed the teachings of Madame Blavatsky, with many participants there to explore Eastern theosophies rather than contact the spirit world.
- Chinese (or balding Florida accountants) claiming to be direct descendants of Confucius can now take a DNA test for a small fee to prove their lineage.
- No Rense warning for this link, it's from the Catholic News Service: the 25th anniversary of the apparition of Mary appearing to six children in a Bosnia-Herzegovina village. Click the link, Shadows, you know you want to.
- Physicist Stephen Hawking says Pope John Paul II told scientists they should not study the beginning of the universe because it was the work of God. I must wash my hands, I just linked to Fox News.
- What appear to be odd-shaped mounds of dirt are fossils of the oldest life on Earth.
- A meteoroid hit the moon on May 2nd, and here's video of the event.
- Astronomers have discovered that the star Tau Scorpii hosts a complex network of magnetic field lines over its surface. With video link.
- Nature is full of ideas to solve engineering problems: an interview with Alex Ellery, head of the Robotics Research group at the SUrrey Space Centre, UK.
- Russia is to build the world's first floating nuclear power plant. I can't wait to see the James Cameron film.
- Australia's Prime Minister John Howard is pushing for nuclear power to be seriously considered as a future alternative.
- Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair argues nuclear power has to be "at least part of the debate" to meet future energy needs.
- Australia and the UK aren't alone as other nations seek nuclear power plants, and industry leaders are calling it the renaissance of nuclear energy.
- Pro-whaling nations have won their first vote in 20 years for the resumption of commercial whaling.
- Here's a photo of the kha-nyou, a rare rock rat found in central Laos that scientists say is a living fossil.
- A study comparing lab rats to those in the wild could shed light on whether overly hygienic environments cause allergies and autoimmune disease. It's not the clean environment that's the cause, it's the chemicals used to clean it!
- For the first time in the world, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has been given as an official cause of death.
Quote of the Day:
Much energy is wasted in trying to charm others. And in wanting to charm---I tell you, the opposite happens.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Dr Robert Schoch has posted a blog entry here on TDG (via Dr Colette Dowell's membership) regarding his thoughts on the Bosnian Pyramid controversy, and also with news that he will be visiting the site:
The only way that I hope to get a valid sense of the Bosnian Pyramids is to see all of the important, and controversial, features firsthand with adequate time to really analyze what is going on. I am pleased to be able to say that such an opportunity has presented itself. As readers of The Daily Grail already know, my colleague and friend Dr. Colette Dowell has been in direct contact with Sam Semir Osmanagich and Mario Gerussi of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation. They have generously invited Colette and me to visit the site and study the pyramid structures and associated features. We will be there in late July and early August. I am looking forward to the trip, and I plan to apply my geological expertise to the problem of the Bosnian Pyramids. As we prepare for the trip, we invite readers to share with us specific ideas and suggestions as to things you would like us to look at in particular when we are there.
As most TDG readers would know, Dr Schoch has a special interest in this area, being the geologist central to the Age of the Sphinx controversy. He has also analysed the Yonaguni underwater 'monuments' off the coast of Japan (see Issue 1 of Sub Rosa), so it will be interesting to hear his take.
John Higgs' excellent biography of Tim Leary, I Have America Surrounded, has just been released in the UK (release in the US scheduled for September). The book takes a look at the amazing life of one of the 20th centuries most controversial figures:
A brilliant Harvard psychologist, Leary was sacked because of his research into LSD and other psychedelic drugs. He went on to become the global figurehead of the 1960s drug culture, coin the phrase "tune in, turn on and drop out", and persuade millions of people to take drugs and explore alternative lifestyles, yet, the tremendous impact of his 'scandalous' research has been so controversial that it has completely overshadowed the man himself and the details of his life. Few people realise that Timothy Leary's life is one of the greatest untold adventure stories of the twentieth century. Timothy Leary led a life of unflagging optimism and reckless devotion to freedom. It was, in the words of his goddaughter Winona Ryder, 'not just epic grandeur but flat-out epic grandeur.' Leary's life is undoubtedly one of the greatest untold adventure stories of the twentieth century and this book presents it for the first time in all its uncensored glory.
I've been reading through an advance copy already, great stuff. You can pick up a copy of the book, no matter where you live, via Amazon UK. And remember that John contributed an article on Leary's affinity with Aleister Crowley to Issue 4 of Sub Rosa, which you can download freely from the SR website.
Kat's sailing the Seven Seas on a pirate ship.
- A historic 18th century Maryland inn is to be turned into a Starbucks.
- The remains of a medieval village have been discovered under a Scottish golf course.
- Archaeologists working on a 4500-year-old grave in Mexico have discovered the oldest known example of dental work in the Americas.
- Two stone chimes, one being the largest of its kind ever found, were excavated in China.
- A 1500-year-old Maya stone box looted from a Guatemalan cave has been anonymously returned.
- Symbols of Mithraism, including a goat design carved into a jewel, have been found at Kangelou, an ancient Iranian fortress.
- A 500-year-old Latin inscription that translates to Where God Does Not Exist, is causing controversy in Turkey.
- Crop Circle hoaxers promise a bumper season of fakes to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Doug & Dave. Farmers' hopes of a bumper season of undamaged crops fade.
- If you suffer from hayfever, or fear banjo-playing farmers who want to hear you squeal like a pig, then stay at home and fake a UFO photo for this competition.
- The Top Secret UFO Project, mockumentary film, is set to cause confusion.
- Eagle-eyed readers have spotted references to the top-secret Aurora project in the UK MoD's recently declassified Project Condign.
- The Aymara people of the Andes have a different concept of time -- the future lies behind us, and the past is ahead.
- A gigantic yellow stain in Arctic ice is providing evidence that life exists in extremes. With pic. I can make out the first letter ...
- A new study says longer seasons without ice are turning polar bears to cannibalism as they can no longer reach food sources.
- A geology team says Stonehenge's megaliths were moved via glacier. Or the X-Men's Iceman does a bit of timetraveling.
- The Book of THoTH reprints an article by Ellen Lloyd, Alien Gods and Magic In Ireland.
- Bryan Singer's Superman Returns is hitting cinemas, and some believe the Man of Steel is a Christ figure.
- Faster than a speeding bullet, women's brains react surprisingly fast to erotic images, with responses just as strong as men, says new research.
- Sufferers of prosopagnosia are unable to identify people through face-recognition, and new research suggests it's genetic.
- A respected Scottish medium says babies send strong telepathic messages that he can read.
Quote of the Day:
You remind me of the babe
Babe with the power
Power of voodoo
Remind me of the babe!
David Bowie, "Magic Dance" (from the movie Labyrinth)
A few things to keep you busy over the weekend...
- Dr Dean Radin responds to psi research criticism.
- History News Network has a long analysis of the Bosnian Pyramid claims and controversy.
- The Psychedelic Salon has a new podcast available, "Psychedelogy: A Novel Paradigm of Self...Mastering The Power of Belief", by RafaelO Aisner (at Burning Man 2003).
- Whitley Strieber celebrates his birthday with a journal entry on new evidence regarding his own alien experiences.
- The Book of Thoth has "Alien Gods and Magic in Ireland", by Ellen Lloyd.
- SurvivalAfterDeath.org has "Parapsychology: The Revolution Spreads", by J.G. Pratt.
- ScientificExploration.org has a review of Jim Tucker's Life Before Life (Amazon US and UK).
Here's the rundown on the radio schedules for the second half of the week:
Whitley Strieber's Dreamland: This week begins with Linda Howe's report on the 'alien rain' headline story from India. Afterwards, Whitley talks to Egypt expert Ed Malkowski about what he thinks was really happening before the Pharaohs.
Coast to Coast AM: Friday is open lines, on Saturday Ian Punnett talks to Dr. Wayne Dyer on the 'early show' about how global thought patterns could be generating natural disasters and catastrophes, followed by Art Bell talking to Russell Targ about non-local awareness and remote viewing. On Sunday, Art Bell is joined by author Maurice Cotterell who'll share his knowledge of ancient civilizations, encoded secrets and the epic journey of the Celtic people.
More details including relevant websites are available at the linked pages above. Remember also that while Coast to Coast is subscription, it can be listened to through KOGO, while Dreamland is free. Dreamland also now offers a podcast of the most recent show.
Finally, a little Maroon medicine to cure my ills...
- Bilderberg 2006 meeting comes to an end. Anyone owning a black limo service in Canada probably did quite well out of it ("do they have tinted windows?"). More here.
- Jesus Christ Superman: Is the Man of Steel a modern-day Jesus figure? I wonder if Jesus wore his underpants on the outside too?
- Is this the hand of John the Baptist. Poor guy must have got dismembered pretty good.
- British MoD UFO report may give legs to Aurora spy plane controversy.
- And the crop circles begin for 2006.
- Stonehenge's blue stone mystery solved? Geologists say glaciers moved the stones to Salisbury, not humans.
- Behind the fairy folklore of the British Isles.
- Which is the best in this UFO photoshopping contest?
- More on the British expert debunking the Bosnian pyramid. And archaeology.org has a scathing report.
- 4,500-year-old burial in Mexico may show the earliest dental work in the Americas.
- 15-year-old sets North American record for reciting Pi from memory, managing an astounding 10,980 digits. Even more astounding that's only the ninth best in the world, with the best ever being 42,195! I'm guessing that guy can remember his own phone number.
- The mystical giant golf ball endowed by US forces. It's so...golf bally.
- New Google Earth Beta features textured buildings.
- Supercomputer employed to figure out what is required to deflect a killer asteroid. The printout suggested all we need is Bruce Willis and a crappy Aerosmith song...
- Sci-Fi Channel tells you all the various ways our planet can end.
- Google's no-so-very-secret weapon.
- Will technology shape our future into a heaven or a hell? Perhaps we should consider some limbo-like state of apathetic numbness as another possibility?
- Stephen Hawking warns that we must leave the Earth. Does he know something we don't?
- Is immortality just a dream?
- Along the right (ley) lines.
- Crikey! Ancestor of all alligators and crocodiles found in Australia.
- FEMA paid out $1.4 billion to fraudsters after Hurricane Katrina.
- Humpty Dumpty banned in India. Apparently he's a bad egg.
Thanks Kat and Heartsguy.
Quote of the Day:
Who controls the British crown? Who keeps the metric system down? We do! We do!
Who leaves Atlantis off the maps? Who keeps the martians under wraps? We do! We do!
Who holds back the electric car? Who makes Steve Guttenberg a star? We do! We do!
Who robs the cave fish of their sight? Who rigs every Oscars night? We do! We do!
'The Stone-Cutters Song' - The Simpsons
Its nice to know I can do this one handed.
- Nature peer review trial and debate.
- Labs compete to make new nuclear bomb.
- David Icke: the lizards and the jews.
- Baalbek:Lebanon’s sacred fortress. Parts 1 and 2.
- Battle to save Lascaux.
- Aymara have reverse concept of time.
- Philippines volcano bursts into life.
- Oldest portrait in the world discovered.
- Newton spots the greatest of great balls of fire.
- Full list of Bilderberg attendees.
- Tunguska-type blast repeat causes concern.
- Asteroid-watchers worry about Cosmic Katrina.
- The truth? You can’t handle the truth.
- Waiter there is a fly in meiner suppe.
- Meteoroid hits the moon.
- Bosnian pyramid is not human made.
- Suicide by pseudoscience.
- Atlanteans may live in their underworld beneath our feet.
- New American Century project ends with a whimper.
Quote of the Day:
Love truth, and pardon error.