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A strange assortment to get you through the week…

  • Michael Prescott discusses how a skeptic’s debunking of crisis apparitions was completely off the mark.
  • Kevin Booth writes about “UFOs, Bill Hicks and the Harmonic Convergence” (he should know, he was there).
  • This week’s Binnall of America audio interview is with Cristo Louw, discussing UFOs in South Africa (available as mp3/podcast download, or streaming via Flash).
  • In his latest ‘Skeptic’ column for Scientific American, Michael Shermer shows how neuroscience shows that it’s easier to believe than to be a skeptic. Going by Michael Prescott’s blog entry above, more so than Michael Shermer might think…
  • Filip Coppens has a podcast interview with John Major Jenkins on the ‘Mayan Cosmogenesis’.
  • The Societe Perillos travels to “An Enchanted Valley” near Rennes-le-Chateau, which featured as a locale in the recent bestselling novel by Kate Mosse, Sepulchre.
  • Skeptic James Randi will travel to the ends of the Earth to pursue Uri Geller…or at least, to Germany, going by his latest newsletter.
  • Anthony North heads to the sunken city of Atlantis at Beyond the Blog.
  • Last week’s Dreamland radio show featured Michael Luckman talking about rock stars and UFOs (no mention of somniferous almond eyes as far as I could make out). Look up the top right of the page for the link to the show (‘Listen Now’).
  • UFO Casebook #294 is now available.
  • The MAPS February Email Update fills you in on all the latest psychedelic research news.
  • Whitley Strieber’s latest journal entry features plenty of high strangeness happening in Whitley’s life at the moment, including ‘contact’ with others.
  • The Hilly Rose Radio Show features Steven Sora discussing hidden secrets of the history of America (Real Audio or streaming mp3).
  • At Cabinet of Wonders, Emps fills you in on the connection between a new Crowley movie and Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson.
  • At Reality Sandwich, Charles Eisenstein writes of “Truth and Magic in the Third Dimension“.
  • Daniel Brenton offers a eulogy on his blog: “Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster, Dies at 96“.
  • Filer’s Files #7 for 2008 has the latest ufological roundup.