Tuesday Roundup 24-09-2007By Gregon Monday, September 24th A strange assortment to get you through the week… Andrew Gough takes you traveling through lands shrouded in myth, in his latest article, “Death in Arcadia“. Graham Hancock’s forum has a new article added, “The Secret History of the World“, by Jonathan Black. At Public Parapsychology, Annalisa Ventola has published an excellent review of the 50th Annual Parapsychological Association Conference (Part 1 and Part 2). Fortean Times offers a commentary from Mark Bennett, who says “We Are Witnessing the Dawn of an Unknown Science” (free registration may be required). Michael Prescott gives his thoughts on how materialist philosophy has impacted upon humanity. At the Cabinet of Wonders, Graylien examines the concept of “Nano UFOs“. Anthony North investigates demonic possession at Beyond the Blog. Greg Bishop asks “Are UFOs a Cosmic Art Project?” The Societe Perillos takes you to “The Babau Festival“. The Psychedelic Salon’s latest podcast(s) feature the ‘Hazelwood House Trialogue’ between McKenna, Abraham and Sheldrake (Part 1 and Part 2). Skeptic Randi’s latest newsletter is filled to the brim with woo-busting. UFO Casebook #274 is now online. Curious Expeditions introduces you to “M. R. Štefánik: A Steampunk Superhero“. At Sentient Developments, George Dvorsky talks about “Scientific literacy as a means to inoculate against religion“. Enjoy!