Don’t shoot the messenger.
- Is the Heavener Runestone proof Vikings visited Oklahoma in 900 AD?
- Archaeologists have opened a well-preserved tomb that may contain the mummy of an ancient warrior in Luxor.
- Missing page from a 5th century AD Christian text was found under the floor of the Deir al-Surian monastery in Egypt.
- The ruins of a 2500-year-old city are being excavated in eastern India.
- There’s been no update on mysterious stone eggs found in China last year.
- Can they be connected to Costa Rica’s stone spheres?
- Dr Mike Xu thinks there’s a connection between ancient China and the Olmec.
- A neat travel site featuring pics of Tikal, Palenque and Chichen Itza.
- Journeys of a Crystal Skull Explorer isn’t about Indy, it’s Joshua and Desy Shapiro sharing over 20 years of research and experiences.
- German treasure hunters claim to have found gold Amber Room treasures, stolen from Russia by Nazis in the dying days of World War II.
- Here’s an excellent Nat Geo documentary on the Nazi Amber Room theft.
- Billy Cox investigates cases of hostile UFOs in the skies of the USA and Korea.
- Allan Spick is seeing UFOs in the skies above Grantham, UK.
- You won’t see decade-old copies of Paranoia Magazine in dentist waiting rooms.
- Here’s the official website if you want to subscribe and add to your CIA file.
- An online journalist campaigning to expose corruption inside the UN has been severely censored by Google. I feel dirty every time I use Google.
- Wikileaks, an international website that allows anonymous whistleblowing on government and corporate crime, vows to defy a US court order to close it down.
- The Wasted Years: a very disturbing look at consumerism and the story of stuff.
- Dates and Dark Matters: the disturbing trend of school shootings and suicides in the US, the latest Copycat Effect blog from Loren Coleman.
- The US Supreme Court has denied a bid by journalists and professors to challenge the legality of the Bush administration’s domestic spying program.
- The International Telecommunication Union says damage to undersea telecom cables in the Middle East could have been an act of sabotage.
- Investigating two rare psychic abilities, pyrokinesis and ‘thought photography’.
- Daniel Brenton reports on the high oddness of a scientist who says Hell is freezing over and the Devil won’t like it.
Quote of the Day:
“We are looking to brands for poetry and for spirituality, because we’re not getting those things from our communities or from each other.”