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Daniel Drasin

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

Dan Drasin is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, media producer, amateur geek and dilettante philosopher. He eats kneejerk skeptics for breakfast, and is the author of the widely reprinted and web- linked antiskeptic essay "Zen and the Art of Debunkery." He is currently co- producing a series of television documentaries about scientific research into the afterlife. […]

Walking through a wall

Monday, January 1st, 2007

WALKING THROUGH A WALL Unlike flying or astral projection, walking through walls is a totally earth-related craft, but a lot more interesting than pot making or driftwood lamps. I got started at a picnic up in Bowstring in the northern part of the state. A fellow walked through a brick wall right there in the […]

Anomalies old and new

Monday, January 1st, 2007

Silbury Hill and glyph, Wiltshire, near Stonehenge, England

Monday, January 1st, 2007

Can we retrain ourselves at this late date to become Finders of hidden treasure? And by what technique, seeing that it is precisely technique which has betrayed us? Derangement of the senses, insurrection, piety, poetry? Knowing how is a cheap mountebank’s trick. But knowing what might be like divine self-knowledge – it might create ex nihilo.      -Hakim Bey, […]

From a Review of “The Privileged Planet”

Monday, January 1st, 2007

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is an opinion, common among scientists and intellectuals, that our earthly existence is not only rather ordinary, but is, in fact, insignificant and purposeless. But perhaps this melancholy assumption despite its heroic pretense, is mistaken. Perhaps the unprecedented scientific knowledge acquired in the last century, enabled by equally unprecedented technological achievements, should, when […]

Gary Larson busts our whole species

Monday, January 1st, 2007

          A Larson cartoon twists our egos just so: Two ETs, the ones with the eyes on stalks, are hiding behind a tree in a park. One has a clipboard tucked under his arm. They are near but out of sight of a paved walk. Propped against a tree opposite them on the other side of the walk is […]

Excerpt from: The Starchild Skull, Lloyd Pye

Monday, January 1st, 2007

Excerpt from The Starchild Skull Genetic Enigma Or. . . Human-Alien Hybrid By Lloyd Pye ©Bell Lap Books, 2007 At the same time I studied the finer points of deformity, I also brushed up on hybridization, which I had to learn quite a bit about in the writing of my book, Everything You Know Is […]

Lloyd Pye

Monday, January 1st, 2007

Lloyd Pye is an author, researcher, and lecturer in the field of alternative knowledge. He calls on over 30 years of experience to write and speak about the origins of life, human origins, Hominoids (bigfoot, sasquatch, yeti, and others), and the work of Zechara Sitchin. This broad base of knowledge makes him one of the […]

Steven Greer Quote

Monday, January 1st, 2007

My direct experiences have led me to understand something important about the nature of advanced ET civilizations: they have selected non-hostility as a natural evolutionary step. In other words, their high level of consciousness is incompatible with divisiveness of conflict. Otherwise, with the incredible technology at their command, they would have long since destroyed one […]

A Synopsis of the Sitchin Paradigm

Monday, January 1st, 2007

Working from the same archaeological discoveries, artifacts, and recovered records as archaeologists and linguists have for two hundred years, Sitchin1 propounds – proves, in the opinion of this author – that the Anunnaki (Sumerian: "those who came down from the heavens"; Old testament Hebrew, Anakeim, Nefilim, Elohim; Egyptian: Neter), an advanced civilization from the tenth […]

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