- Kenneth Arnold’s daughter talks about her father’s belief that UFOs are organic entities, synchronicity, & his encounter with a great grey owl.
- Witnesses of morphing donut-shaped UFO interviewed on Russian TV.
- How will future starships communicate across space? Project Icarus.
- Planet GJ 667C is the Holy Grail of the search for Earth-like worlds.
- The Mystery of the Octave: chess & sacred codes in Lincoln Cathedral.
- The Code explores mathematical patterns in life, the universe, & everything.
- Latest Skeptiko podcast: Is consciousness created by the brain?
- Many Near Death Experiencers recall hearing beautiful floating music.
- 10 misconceptions & misinformation about meditation.
- Zombie musician rises from the dead in South Africa. No, not Keith Richards.
- Wade Davis talks about Haitian voodoo (Amazon US & UK).
- Love, Magic, & the Vine of the Soul: interview with Amazonian shaman Javier Arevalo.
- According to some, Merlin was more than a wizard… he was a space brother.
- Madame Blavatsy had an occult nose.
- There were great expectations for the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens.
- Quoth the raven, “Bah, humbug!” Dickens’ pet raven inspired Edgar Allan Poe.
- Flying monkeys could be Australia’s smartest export.
- Video of crow ping-pong & other examples of corvids being smarter than most of us.
- The world’s smallest (and cutest!) primate communicates in ultrasonic frequencies.
- Video proof of Britain’s big cats! Or Perceval’s cats got loose again.
- Icelandic lake monster caught on camera, or Bjork with a snorkel?
- What the Inuit taught scientists about killer whales.
- Woolly Mammoth filmed in Siberia? Or is this what bears do in the woods?
Quote of the Day:
And once out walking at night
I stumbled across the speckled body
of a small hawk,
the hasp of its wings closed.
One note, one note.
It sings in the rills between words,
It sleeps between leaves in a book,
gathers like dust on the piano.
I heard it once on a green hill
in Aberdeen in short puffs of wind
stirring the new grass among stones.
Prayer could not alter it
nor clods breaking upon bronze.
Henry Carlile, Merlin