A varied list of readings, listenings and viewings to get you through the week…
- Graham Hancock’s website has posted a reading list to accompany his new book Supernatural. Some great books in there…
- Also over at GHHQ is a new Forum essay: “Did Ancient Humans Have Knowledge of the Electromagnetic (EM) Spectrum?“, by Glenn Kreisberg
- Whitley Strieber ‘celebrates’ 20 years of Communion with a journal entry on that subject.
- The Psychedelic Salon has a new podcast available, the latest offering is a collection of sound-bites from Mind States IV (2003).
- Filip Coppens has continued updating his website over the holidays – check out “Dividing Egypt” and also this essay on Sir Francis Dashwood and the Hellfire Club.
- Phenomena has “The Greatest Show in the Quadrant: Humanity’s Impending Flame-out” by Richard Dolan, a reprint from Issue 4 of the magazine.
- Loren Coleman offers the top Cryptozoology stories, the top Cryptozoology books, and the top Crypto-fiction books of 2005.
- Here’s the first Filer’s Files for 2006. One down, fifty-one to go…
- The latest MAPS email bulletin keeps you up to date with the most recent psychedelic research news (for book collectors, take note of the signed LSD: My Problem Child offer).
- The Survival After Death website has “ A Quartette of Mysteries“, by Frederick Marion.
- Randi’s latest newsletter takes the knife to charlatans, quackery, and the just plain unlucky.
- This week’s Eskeptic newsletter clears up a strange quote from Einstein on the Church.