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Mon Jun 24, 2024

The Yuletide Cryptid – Echoes of the Winter Court

The long winter nights around the December solstice have spawned countless tales of strange creatures that stalk the darkness during Yuletide seasons past. While now considered folklore or fanciful stories, there is a possibility that some of these Yuletide cryptids once walked the earth in flesh and blood. When we examine accounts of things like … Continue reading The Yuletide Cryptid – Echoes of the Winter Court

The Largest Cryptid – Giants of Our Historical Past

The concept of giants in North America is steeped in a mixture of history, folklore, and mystery. Numerous Native American tribes, including the Iroquois, Osage, Tuscaroras, Hurons, and Omahas, have oral traditions about giant beings that once inhabited the land. Over the years, there have been over 1000 reported discoveries of large skeletons, some over … Continue reading The Largest Cryptid – Giants of Our Historical Past

Animal Farm 2.0 – Decoding Animal Speech and Enlightened Inequality

In an age where technology dances on the precipice between wonder and menace, new revelations unsettle our already shaky ground. Research from ETH Zurich divulges that AI chatbots, like OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, have an uncanny knack for divining personal information from seemingly innocuous interactions. Concurrently, the Earth Species Project embarks on an audacious … Continue reading Animal Farm 2.0 – Decoding Animal Speech and Enlightened Inequality

Beyond Homo Nocturnus – Antediluvian Vampires and the Immortal Curse

The archetype of the vampire as we know it today draws its lineage from the folktales and histories of Eastern Europe. But could there have existed blood-drinking creatures even earlier in humanity’s past – in the shadows of antiquity before the biblical deluge? Many ancient peoples across the Near East and beyond recorded myths of … Continue reading Beyond Homo Nocturnus – Antediluvian Vampires and the Immortal Curse

Biology of the Uncanny – Cyclical Historic Horror

The lancet liver fluke, a brain parasite, has recently emerged as a master manipulator of ant behavior, according to a groundbreaking study. This cunning parasite takes over the neural circuitry of infected ants, compelling them to ascend the peaks of grass blades and latch on. The purpose? To make these ants easy prey for grazing … Continue reading Biology of the Uncanny – Cyclical Historic Horror

The Mexico UFO Hearing – Alien Bodies Displayed as Real Entities

In a groundbreaking initiative that marks a first for Mexico, renowned ufologist Jaime Maussan has orchestrated an unprecedented UFO hearing at the Mexican Congress, slated for September 12. This monumental event is unlike any in Mexico’s history and comes at a pivotal juncture when U.S. public hearings on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs) have abruptly come … Continue reading The Mexico UFO Hearing – Alien Bodies Displayed as Real Entities

Whispering Forests and Missing People

Missing 411 is a phenomenon involving the unexplained disappearances of people, mainly in national parks and forests of the United States and Canada. It was brought to mainstream attention by retired police detective David Paulides, who has written several books on the subject. Paulides documented over 1,600 cases of people who have gone missing under … Continue reading Whispering Forests and Missing People

The Echoes of the Dero – Limitless Technological Degeneracy

The book “I Remember Lemuria” recounts Shaver’s narrative of an ancient pre-Atlantean civilization called Lemuria in great detail. He describes Lemuria as technologically advanced – possessing electronics, rays, and wireless electricity. Their scientists could project images and thoughts telepathically and mentally. With psycho-chemicals, they could enhance mental powers to achieve seemingly magical feats. Lemurians could … Continue reading The Echoes of the Dero – Limitless Technological Degeneracy

Terra’s Emissaries – Morphic Resonance in a Changing World

A surge in killer whale attacks on boats near Europe’s Iberian Peninsula has led scientists to believe that orcas are teaching each other how to sink vessels. The theory suggests that one traumatized female orca, named White Gladis, started attacking boats after being traumatized by one. Other orcas learned this behavior and passed it on … Continue reading Terra’s Emissaries – Morphic Resonance in a Changing World

The Dance of the Elements – Ancient Nature Spirits

Scientists discovered a connection between Earth’s equatorial waves (Kelvin waves) and electrons in topological insulators. Topological insulators allow current flow along their edges without dissipating. Researchers hypothesized that the twisting motion of electrons in topological insulators might be similar to the swirling motion of fluids in Earth’s equatorial waves. To confirm this, they looked for … Continue reading The Dance of the Elements – Ancient Nature Spirits