A strange assortment to get you through the week…
- Filip Coppens writes about “The Chinese Pyramids” on his website.
- Binnall of America Audio have part two of their interview with Keith Chester on the Foo Fighter phenomenon. Note that BoA also now have some merchandise on offer, to help cover their growing expenses.
- Michael Prescott has some further thoughts on his original posting “Science and the Afterlife“.
- Skeptic Randi gets some serious Geller on in his latest newsletter – even explaining at the end the reason for his fixation. I’m confused – does he want Geller to come clean or not?
- The latest Alternate Perceptions magazine features a reprint of John Keel’s “Pseudo-Epilepsy“, and also Brad Steiger reminisces on one of his own paranormal experiences.
- Alterati has a conversation with (Darklore contributor) Adam Gorightly – Part One and Part Two.
- On his Paranormal Trickster blog, George Hansen writes about how leading lights in psi research were embarassed by parapsychology.
- Cabinet of Wonders takes a look at the modernisation of the story of “The Jumpin’ Monk“.
- At Reality Sandwich, Jay Weidner writes “There’s Something Strange on the Moon“.
- Anthony North discusses reincarnation at Beyond the Blog.
- The Winter 2007 MAPS Bulletin is now online as a PDF download.
- The Societe Perillos have part five of their essay series “666 = Satan’s Song?”
- UFO Casebook #284 is now online.
- The latest podcast from the Psychedelic Salon is V.S. Ramachandran’s talk “What Neurology Can Tell Us About Human Nature, Synesthesia and Art“.
- Curious Expeditions takes you to see a Steampunk Galaxy.
- The latest Occult of Personality podcast is “Therioshamanism with Lupa“.
- Daniel Pinchbeck reviews two books, one by Richard Hoagland and the other by Steven Greer.