Weekend Roundup 05-10-2007By Gregon Friday, October 5th A few things to keep you busy over the weekend… Nick Redfern opens “The Monster Files” on his cryptozoology blog. “Real life experiments that reveal the ancient art and techniques of building Egyptian pyramids“, by Mike Molyneaux. (h/t Ian Lawton). Public Parapsychology has a guest blog from Bryan Williams, titled “Can Near-Death Experiences Reveal Something About Consciousness?” Loren Coleman reassures us that Nessie’s death has been prematurely announced. Also from Loren: “Tom Slick, Playboy Cryptozoologist“. William McGillis profiles “Yeats, the Magical Visionary” over at Reality Sandwich. Anthony North looks into the rise of “Violent Cults” at Beyond the Blog. Filer’s Files #40 has the latest ufological roundup. Skeptic Randi’s latest newsletter is now online. Kevin Randle looks at “Fakers!” in ufology. The latest Skeptico podcast interview is with Dr John Demartini, who explores the intersection of consciousness research and self-development. Regan Lee discusses “Disingenuous Infiltration” of ufology and the paranormal, for UFO Digest. George Dvorsky says that Christopher Hitchins has got Buddhism all wrong, in his latest blog entry at Sentient Developments. UFO Area continues to look for “Extraterrestrial Pilots from a Distant Past“. Enjoy!