Weekend Roundup 19-10-2007By Gregon Friday, October 19th A few things to keep you busy over the weekend… At Reality Sandwich, John Topp writes about instrumental transcommunication (ITC) with ‘the other side’ (with audio samples to boot) in his essay “The Ghosts in our Machines“. Tim Binnall reviews last weekend’s “Mass UFO Show”/”Mass Monster Mash” conference double. Andy Gough’s Arcadia website has another new guest essay from Corjan de Raaf. Reason reviews Michael Shermer’s Why People Believe Weird Things (Amazon US and UK). Daniel Brenton discusses “The Darkest Secret of the Moon Race“. This week’s Skeptico podcast features Dr Elisabet Sahtouris explaining why scientists should be skeptical of the idea of a non-living Universe. Greg Bishop notes all the “Insectoid Aliens” reported in abductions and DMT experiences. Michael Prescott is skeptical of the channeled Seth material. The Biblical Archaeology Society has “The James Ossuary and Its Implications“, by Joseph A. Fitzmyer. At Non-Prophet you’ll find part three of Peter Gorman’s guest blog “25 Years of Shamanism” (also: parts one and two). At Cabinet of Wonders (#1), Graylien wonders why the alien abductors are so camera shy. The Book of Thoth profiles “Nina Kulagina and Psychokinesis in Russia“. Stuart Miller asks “Have Aliens Ever Visited the Earth?” at his new blog for Alien Worlds Magazine. Anthony North summarises “What Happens in the Old Testament” at Beyond the Blog (in case you missed Sunday School). Filer’s Files #42 has the latest ufological news. Enjoy!