Tuesday Roundup 22-11-2005

A varied list of readings to get you through the week...


News Briefs 22-11-2005

Rico, I recommend coffee for removing all traces of "ugh"...

Quote of the Day:

Knowledge does not keep any better than fish

Alfred North Whitehead

Underground Anthology

Preston writes in his blog:

I have a new anthology now published by The Disinformation Company titled "Underground: The Disinformation Guide to Ancient Civilizations, Astonishing Archaeology and Hidden History," with contributions from the likes of Graham Hancock, Robert Schoch, William Corliss, Colin Wilson, Michael Cremo, Frank Joseph, Christopher Dunn, Erich von Daniken, George Erikson, and many, many more besides. Please keep your eyes peeled for this massive anthology covering a huge range of topics concerning archaeology, hidden history, and lost civilizations.

You can pick up a copy of Underground from Amazon US and UK.

Radio 22-11-2005

Here's the alternative radio schedule for the first half of the week:

Fate Radio: This week Hilly Rose talks to Brad Steiger, who will discuss paranormal subjects (Real Audio download).

Coast to Coast AM: On Monday authors Lamar Waldron, Peter Levenda, and Joan Mellen will each share their conclusions about who was behind the assassination of JFK. Tuesday is still TBA, Wednesday is a Thanksgiving Eve open lines show, while Thursday's guest is Kevin Taylor who will discuss Hollow Earth theory and his belief that humanity wasn't born of natural evolution, but rather its development was orchestrated by others.

More details including relevant guest links are available at the C2C website. Also C2C can be listened to through KOGO.

News Briefs 21-11-2005


  • Jimmy Walter is offering US$1 million to anyone who can prove that planes weren't the cause of the World Trade Center's destruction on 9/11. It'll be the easiest million bucks you'll ever make.
  • A US soldier believed he would be killed in Iraq, after once being told by a psychic he would die before his 27th birthday. No offence, but if I went to Iraq as a US soldier, I'd be pretty confident of not returning home too.
  • A sixteen-year-old girl who died in 1994 is believed to have come back from the dead. It's as simple as absent-minded Death leaving the door unlocked.
  • Again in Africa, a poltergeist has terrorised a school, threatening to kill the children with a garden fork.
  • Demons are wreaking fiery havoc in other parts of Africa, burning a man's feet and causing a schoolgirl to no longer wear clothes because they spontaneously combust.
  • Sorcery in Papua New Guinea affects people of all classes.
  • A man in Kuala Lumpur has sought the help of a medium to banish a sex-hungry ghost who won't leave him alone. I hope she's not into S&M.
  • Next door in the Philippines, ghosts aren't as scary as you think. They're not as celibant either.
  • Up to 140 men were murdered in a Hungarian village, and the 26 women who stood trial in 1929 never revealed why they did it.
  • A Bulgarian researcher says she has solved the mystery of Crop Circles.
  • Cereologist Colin Andrews is trying to solve the mystery of how to pay the rent, and is auctioning off his complete archive of Crop Circle files on ebay.
  • A Tennessee man filmed "... the most perfect thing I've ever seen. And to explain it, I can't. It defied laws of Physics, it defied laws of flight. It was powered. What it was, I can't say." With video.
  • A NASA/Stanford physics experiment will determine whether the Earth is in a vortex of space-time.
  • The Raelian cult wants to establish an extraterrestrial embassy in Jerusalem.
  • UfOlogists weigh in on the human origins debate.
  • After interviewing a whopping 50 alien abuctees, and writing an astoundingly large figure of books (one!) debunking the phenomenon, Susan Clancy is washing her hands of the whole affair. Can't face the music, eh Susie? Again, no mention of John Mack.
  • The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement wants to see the human race extinct. How about they start with themselves.
  • Orangutans are every bit as sociable, as technically adept and as culturally capable as chimpanzees ... and possibly humans. Actually, they're probably more evolved than humans.
  • Do elephants have a sixth sense for pending dangers? They can remember the dead too.
  • Meditation doesn't just calm you down and make you feel good -- it alters the brain. Very strong coffee does the same thing.
  • A very interesting paper discussing the effects of diseases, drugs and chemicals on the creativity and productivity of famous artists.
  • The mathematics of the collective consciousness: human thought grows exponentially.
  • Confused by today's news? Blame it on the Moon. It's no coincidence my sun-sign is ruled by the Moon.

Quote of the Day:

"There are many examples of old, incorrect theories that stubbornly persisted, sustained only by the prestige of foolish but well-connected scientists. Many of these theories have been killed off only when some decisive experiment exposed their incorrectness."

Michio Kaku, Physicist

News Briefs 18-11-2005

Kat is having a battle with her computer today, so I'm stepping out of poliblog-land again to bring you some sweetmeats for the weekend.

Quote of the Day:

Nothing in the world is a gift. Whatever there is to learn has to be learned the hard way.
Don Juan - Carlos Casteneda

Solomon's Treasure

Author Tracy Twyman (of Dagobert's Revenge fame) has a new book out titled Solomon's Treasure, which centres on the Masonic symbolism on the US dollar bill, and many of the topics covered in my own book:

In Solomon’s Treasure, author Tracy R. Twyman explains how the magic of the dollar operates. She states that the US dollar, and the global dominance of American money, has been key to the development of the New Atlantis foreseen by the founding fathers, and that this has been part of the plan from the very beginning. The riches of the New World spawned a global mercantile economy, centered on America, which led to the downfall of the old economic order, paving the way for the Freemason-inspired revolutions that swept Europe and transformed the world.

A detailed synopsis of the book, and ordering details, are available at the link above.

Atlantis Rising #55

The latest issue of Atlantis Rising (#55) should be available on newstands mid-December, but you can check it our right now as the free PDF version has just been released. In this issue:

  • Weather Wars: John Kettler investigates to see if secret technologies are aggravating nature.
  • The Legend of Markawasi: Robert Schoch explores one of Peru's greatest mysteries.
  • Metal From the Fires of the Gods: Will Hart asks who taught its secrets to our ancestors?
  • Underwater Bases and Alien Technology: David H. Childress on the real story behind the Hollywood fantasy.
  • San Francisco's Pyramid Saga: Stephen O'Rourke with the history of a secret masonic agenda.

Head on over to the AR website and get yourself a copy.

Weekend Roundup 18-11-2005

Just a few articles for your reading (and listening) pleasure over the weekend...


Radio 18-11-2005

Here's the rundown on the radio schedules for the second half of the week:

Whitley Strieber's Dreamland: This week's guest is regular William Henry, who has just published a new book - 'the Illuminator.' Afterwards, Linda Howe reports on the fact that the Sun is adding to global warming by heating up!

Coast to Coast AM: Friday will be open lines, Saturday's guests are David B. Sereda and Robert Plarr, Sunday's schedule is still to be published (check the link for updates).

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.