Crop Circles aren’t a new phenomenon, and evidence can be found in our distant past. Even Sweden pre-1926 has a history of crop circles!
A victim of alien abduction rejects the notion that all such experiences are the result of hallucinations during sleep paralysis.
Professor Chris French, head of the Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit at Goldsmiths College in London, says that alien abductions are all a product of the mind’s imagination. Ironically, such researchers seem to have a tendency to fantasise their opinions.
This author doesn’t underestimate the power of magical thinking. Not In Kansas Anymore: A Curious Tale of How Magic Is Transforming America by Christine Wicker (Amazon US or UK).
An opinion piece in the American Chronicle calls for the expansion of remote viewing training for US military and intelligence services. “Expand”? Don’t they need to restart the programs first? Oh, they never ended …
Cats could be allergic to people. I’m allergic to both.
Is this paw print found in cow manure evidence of big cats in the UK, or a load of …?
If hoof-shaped prints were found, would this be evidence that Satyrs exist? Satire exists on TDG.
Cryptovegetableology: Unfamiliar mushrooms have been found growing on a Shropshire farm. In other vegetable news, a purple carrot startles a New Foundland gardener.
In breaking news, a race of ancient skeleton people have been unearthed in Egypt. Zahi Hawass states that this is proof, together with mummies and animal-headed people, that Halloween originated in Egypt.
Quote of the Day:
Men say that in this midnight hour,
The disembodièd have power
To wander as it liketh them,
By wizard oak and fairy stream.