Welcome to the 3rd dimension! Oh wait…
- CERN has successfully fired protons around the Large Hadron Collider. The Earth is safe once more… until they decide to split whatever it is they find.
- Have archaeologists unearthed the legendary ‘sleeping’ Buddha in Afghanistan?
- A fantastic profile of retired professor Ekkehart Malotki, tirelessly protecting the rock-art of America’s Southwest.
- Lourdes celebrates the 150th anniversary of a supernatural encounter, a beautiful lady who emerged surrounded by light from a cave to instruct a little girl named Bernadette. Was she the Virgin Mary, a pagan goddess, a fairy, or something else entirely? Jacques Vallee gives his opinion in Dimensions (Amazon US & UK), as does Graham Hancock in Supernatural (Amazon US or UK).
- Paradise Lost: was John Milton’s night visitor an alien abuction? Writing a novel is like being ‘anal probed’ (I should know, I’m writing a novel and I’ve been abducted).
- Tessa Dick, Philip K Dick’s 4th wife, tells how her late husband was visited by time travelers from ancient Rome. Romane ite domus!
- Searching for an ancient Epic’s origins: touring the lost city of Troy.
- A 16th century Scottish alchemist may have been the first man to fly.
- The abuse of the natural hallucinogen Salvia divinorum in ‘jackass’ YouTube videos may thwart future medical research — and responsible use.
- Avoiding shamanic tourism in search of the wisdom of San Pedro and ayahuasca.
- Walk in the clouds: arduous trek along Inca trail pays off at Machu Picchu.
- Japanese trees offer key to understanding wider nature.
- Maritime folklore laced with ghostly tales: Canada’s Haunted Coast.
- New international laws are needed for rapidly changing polar regions.
- Cold War II just got icier: Russian nuclear warship joins Venezuela maneuvers.
- Loud booms that shook windows were heard in North Carolina.
- Maybe it was a cigar-chomping gorilla test-piloting the latest aircraft technology?
- A former naval radar operator witnessed UFOs in V formation.
- Can ETs tickle stars to create a galactic internet? The lag is bad in our solar system.
Quote of the Day:
Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience, above all liberties.
John Milton (1608 – 1674)