Teachers and Police Witness Alien “Giants” Land In Russia

Well, so long as they watch where they’re treading I suppose it’s okay…

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Filed under: Paranormal, Russia

David Icke At The Oxford Union

In this two-hour presentation at the world famous Oxford Union, David Icke encapsulates humanity’s current plight and how we can secure our freedom from the Hidden Hand behind global events.

Filed under: Culture, Humanity, Paranormal, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Science, UK, ,

CNN Coverage Of Washington Press Club UFO Conference: Public Disclosure Imminent, May 31st 2009?

Filed under: Humanity, Media, North America, Paranormal, Politics, Science, Technology, World Affairs, , ,

The Case For NASA UFO’s – Part 2

A very well detailed analysis of the UFO’s caught on NASA’s satellite UV camera’s. This video takes the video “NASA: The Smoking Gun” and goes in-depth into the science behind it and why we should question whether we really are alone.

Can’t find part one. This should be interesting, though. Enjoy.

I’ve personally seen a UFO (one for certain, possibly more), with a witness, so the whole subject isn’t as difficult for me to grasp as it would be for others not so fortunate. However, just look at some of this footage and, really, honestly, it’s problematic coming up with any other conclusion. As I’ve said before, just one of these has to be what we’re speculating it may be (alien spacecraft) and not a single one of these is a hoax.

Filed under: Paranormal, Science, Technology, World Affairs, ,

Survivor of Incestual Satanic Cult, Vicki Polin, Talks To Oprah

Vicki Polin talks about her jewish satanic ritual abuse upbringing. This was filmed in 1989. This is more evidence that there is such a thing as satanic ritual abuse used to create DID, something the CIA has been doing for decades.

Vicki is currently the Executive Director of The Awareness Center, a Baltimore area sexual abuse help center.

VICKI POLIN’S WEB SITE: http://www.theawarenesscenter.org/exe…

http://thesenatorhillary.blogspot.com
http://www.1-free-dvd.com/

Sensationalism? Not so sure. As far as I’m aware Oprah Winfrey is fairly rigorous about vetting her stories. But I really couldn’t say. The ADL (Anti-defamation league) leapt all over this for some reason, at the time.

I’ve done quite a lot of research into this kind of thing (there is a dark underbelly of the journalistic internet that I don’t recommend unless you have the stomach for it). There are crazy stories out there (among the more often obvious fictions), dreadful events that haven’t reached the mainstream news: a complete history of humanity you’ll never hear unless you look for it. Some of these events have been covered up by governments, communities, the police, secret intelligence agencies; sometimes because they’ve been perpetrated by Monarchies or other “publicly sensitive” institutions or communities. Many authors claim that secret wings of the establishment have been or are involved. History is full of these tragic tales of inhumanity (though, one could argue, just what is it to be human?) and I see no reason why it shouldn’t continue to be rife today, especially among those fraternities to whom social seclusion – through means of private property, money, power, shared psychopathy or plain and simple geographic remoteness – and vindication from the justice system comes easily.

Filed under: Culture, Humanity, Israel, Journalism, Media, North America, Paranormal, Psychology, , , , ,

Issac Newton: The Dark Heretic, “Last of the Magicians” – BBC Documentary

“BBC – ‘Newton: The Dark Heretic’ Aired 2003 ‘Heretic’ in the sense that he disbelieved in the concept of the Trinity. A very interesting documentary revealing a hidden and truly enlightened side to one of the greatest minds that western civilisation has known. His deep study of science led him to a firm conclusion that there is a Creator and based on his study of early Christian history, he was convinced that the concept of The Trinity was a falsification of the pure message of monotheism that Jesus preached. Newton vehemently rejected the corruption of the Christian establishment and the innovation that is the divinity of Jesus, his belief was the revealed God is one God. During his life he was forced to keep this belief secret for fear of being labelled a heretic and after his death this information was carefully suppressed. The documentary also highlights the point that in the absence of study of the final divine revelation no matter how great the mind the knowledge of the unseen can not be deciphered as is illustrated by the fact that Newton spirals into a hopeless search for the truth by vigoursly engaging in the art of alchemy! File can be downloaded from http://www.islamictorrents.net/details.php?id=6870”

Filed under: History, Humanity, Literature, Nature, Paranormal, Philosophy, Science, , , , ,

The Case For A Creator, A Scientist And His Journey From Aethism To Faith

Description: This 60-minute program is a compelling adaptation of Lee Strobel’s personal journey from atheism to faith in God… a journey in search of the truth about intelligent design in the universe. During his academic years, Lee became convinced that God was outmoded, a belief that colored his ensuing career as an award-winning journalist at the Chicago Tribune . Science made the idea of a Creator irrelevant… or so Strobel thought. My road to atheism was paved by science… but, ironically, so was my later journey to God. Lee Strobel Has science discovered God? At the very least, it’s giving faith an immense boost as new findings emerge about the incredible complexity of life and our universe. In The Case for a Creator DVD, Strobel reexamines the theories that once led him away from God. Highlighted by spectacular computer animation, The Case for a Creator DVD is a remarkable film in which you’ll encounter the mind-stretching discoveries from cosmology, cellular biology, DNA research, astronomy, physics, and human consciousness. The Case for a Creator DVD is produced by Illustra Media, the same studio team that released The Privileged Planet, Unlocking the Mystery of Life , Where Does the Evidence Lead and The Prophecies of the Passion . More than 40 minutes of extra bonus features (not included; please upload if you have this!).

Personally, I’m agnostic. I think atheism is an absurd concept by its own definition: the Cartesian scientific method does not allow conclusions to be made from unknowns. I find the sometimes childish and offensive posturings of athiests (particularly on the net, stumbleupon.com is full of them for some reason [social engineering propaganda for “Generation i”, I wonder?]) boring and, frankly, a little scary. In my opinion, we need God. Without the unknown, without the temperment of its uncertainty, we are nothing but soft machines to be tinkered with by psychopathic Corporations and Ivy League Eugenicists. The existance of God is not an argument or a debate any more than a discussion about the existance of the Binomial Theorum. God is a sum of infinite parts, a timeless destination, a collective wonderment forever, most likely, beyond our understanding. And who is any one of us to decide boundaries to such a thing? You have to be technically insane.

Filed under: Culture, Humanity, Literature, Nature, Paranormal, Philosophy, Psychology, Science, , ,

Compilation of NASA “UFOs”

Some debris, a balloon. But just one has to be real. One. And this footage compilation is a drop in the ocean.

Filed under: Paranormal, Science, Technology

Candid Interviews With People Who Have Had Alien Encounters, Investigated by Pulitzer Prize Winning Psychiatrist Dr. John Edward Mack

“Dr. John Mack appears only briefly in the film, his death having occurred soon after production began. More substantial are visits to the New England countryside with experiencers, including one couple who videotaped an unidentified flying object hovering above a lake a few hours before they were abducted from their lakeside cottage. Also in the film is New York artist and alien encounter investigator Budd Hopkins. Although this documentary is similar to other documentaries commonly seen on American cable television, it has a more leisurely pace and gives more time for the experiencers to explain themselves than is commonly granted in US productions. One of the best interviews in the program is not with an experiencer at all, but rather with the husband of an experiencer, who matter-of-factly explains how his family has come to terms with his wife’s experiences.”

Filed under: Paranormal, Psychology, ,

The Ark of the Covenant

Filed under: Paranormal, Psychology, , ,

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