A strange assortment to get you through the week…
- Robert Bauval explains his take on “The Circumpolar Constellations in Ancient Egypt“. Perhaps worthwhile as a companion piece is my article “The God with the Upraised Arm: An Astronomical Archetype?”
- The latest Radio Rennessence interview is with Bruce Burgess and René Barnett, co-producers of the controversial documentary Bloodline.
- Michael Prescott comments on reviews of Deborah Blum’s Ghosthunters, and “The Will to Disbelieve“.
- Filip Coppens looks at “A Crimean Pyramid“. Filip’s new book The New Pyramid Age can be preordered from Amazon.
- Colin Bennett has caused some ruckus with his article “Meme Wars: We Have an Agenda – A Fortean Essay in Story Technology“, which takes a long, hard look at the ‘Chad drones’ and Project Serpo.
- ‘Afterlife expert’ Mike Tymn’s latest article is on automatic writing.
- George Hansen has some criticism of Dean Radin’s experimental and statistical knowledge at his Trickster Blog. Note too that Hansen is appearing on Marcel Cairo’s Afterlife FM a little later today.
- Daniel Pinchbeck has written a new article for Conscious Choice magazine, “The Sexual Revolution, Take Two“.
- Lloyd Pye writes, “The Starchild is Out of This World“, in the Forum section at Graham Hancock’s website.
- Adam Gorightly gives a report on the recent Roswell festival in his latest blog entry, “Roswell: That B**tch Ain’t Dead Yet! (Part 1)“.
- The Paranormal Report looks at the case of Spring Heeled Jack.
- Skeptic Randi goes so, so close to getting through his latest newsletter without mentioning Uri Geller. It’s like watching a junkie trying to abstain…
- UFO Casebook #267 is now available online.
- Loren Coleman takes you “Beyond Mothman” at Cryptomundo.
- Regan Lee has some “Speculation on Mary as a Trickster“, for UFO Digest.
- Curious Expeditions explores some Raiders of the Lost Ark-like tricks of light.