This is the fifth day since landfall on this planet. We continue to maintain the ship in cloaked-status. Two explorer-units have been deployed for surface investigations, and both report that the most dominant species tastes just like frujeletybird. Ha Ha (:). The herd needs thinning, praise Thrilton.
We have discovered yet another herd-media called the Internet. Content on this media is extremely diverse and confusing. We include here what appears to be a regularly-updated log of something particularly disturbing and peculiar called The Daily Grail news. Please advise ……….
- Scientists search for proof of dinosaur-killing asteroid.
- Ancient Egyptians gossiped about a bald queen, royals who had affairs, missing bodies, homosexuality, harem intrigue and more.
- Plato’s account of how the fabled city of Atlantis sank below the surface of the ocean does have scientific grounding, according to a seafloor survey of an island west of the Straits of Gibraltar.
- ‘Our museums have been nothing but storage sites, where antiquities are just crumbled over one another,’ said Zahi Hawass, the head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities.
- Iran on Monday defied European and American threats and resumed uranium processing. Let the UN handle it – they did so well in North Korea.
- Using millimeter-wave technology and other cutting-edge tools, security professionals can literally see through clothes to spot anything that could be potentially dangerous. I knew those glasses worked.
- Why can’t great minds grasp consciousness?
- Ball lightning – what is it, have you seen it, and do you want to learn how to make it in your microwave?
- The rice genome has been unraveled at last.
- Scientists say redheaded women have a gene mutation that makes them less susceptible to pain .
- There be dragons in a photograph taken from a plane flying over Tibet’s Himalayas.
- The Evolution of the Paranormal – A New Era begins. This is an introduction to a new website that we of TDG might enjoy called ThothWeb, the next step in the development of the legendary Book of Thoth. If you explore it thoroughly, you may critique it here.
- What’s it like inside the Raelian UFO-cult? Join Abdullah Hashem as he is recruited and we’ll find out.
- Explaining those vivid memories of Martian kidnappers. Susan Clancy’s book Abducted: How People Come to Believe They Were Kidnapped by Aliens is available from Amazon US only.
- Scientists are determined to give us super-hearing.
- The Flying Triangle UFO Mystery – the extraterrestrial-terrestrial secret joint ventures in different parts of the world.
- Winnipeg-based UFO expert Chris Rutkowski says strange sightings have dropped this year across Canada.
- Mt. Shasta is a spiritual mountain for the Wintu tribe, and to the faithful it’s one of the world’s seven sacred New Age summits, the home of transdimensional doorways and intergalactic star gates. Spend a little time at Shasta with Angels, ETs, beings of the elements, the ‘wee’ people—gnomes, fairies, and leprechauns—who through our own discord we have forced to hide underground. Peace out with the rock people and the rose people with the Oneness of Being.
- From Pagan resurgence to Pagan global culture – Interview with Selena Fox
- British researchers have hit on a clever way to search for ancient ozone holes and their relationship to mass extinctions.
- Meteor impacts are generally regarded as monstrous killers and one of the causes of mass extinctions throughout the history of life. But there is a chance the heavy bombardment of Earth by meteors during the planet’s youth actually spurred early life on our planet.
- India’s Smoking Gun: Dino-killing Eruptions.
- Fooled by an Internet hoax, many Americans are planning to grab lawn chairs and watch for Mars to be as big as the moon in the Aug. 27 night sky. Check-out Snopes.
- The Homestead Project: Making a Mars settlement a reality.
Quote of the Day
Things like ships were seen in the sky over Italy….. At Arpi [in Italy] a round shield was seen in the sky…. At Capua, the sky was all on fire, and one saw figures like ships….
Julius Obsequens in Prodigorium liber (216BC)
William Bramley, in The Gods of Eden