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November 23 2017 Psychic Prediction - Dr. Rita Louise

Tuesday, November 21 2017

November 23 2017 Psychic Prediction - Dr. Rita Louise

« Previous - Next » November 23 2017 Psychic Prediction - Dr. Rita Louise This week you are being given a choice. Take the time to enjoy the holidays. Enjoy friends and family. Take a break from your regularly scheduled routines and enjoy yourself. From us here at SoulHealer dot com we wish you a happy and safe holiday! About Dr. Rita Louise Dr. Rita Louise is an expert in the fields of alternative health, ancient mysteries, ghosts, ghost hunting, metaphysics and spirituality, paranormal phenomena, UFO ’s and alien abduction and more… Till next time....

Top Ten Most Powerful Submarines In The World you can't believe exist

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Top Ten Most Powerful Submarines In The World you can't believe exist

Top Ten Most Powerful Submarines In The World you can't believe exist List Top 10 presents Top 10 Most Powerful Submarines In The World you can't believe exist Which is the best attack submarine in the world? Which is the greatest and deadliest modern attack submarine and why? Our Top 10 analysis is based on the What are the best attack submarines in the world? Can you really call a war machine great? Shut up and tell me which ones are the best! These submarines could be deadly...and America's Navy must stay ... There is no force patrolling the world's oceans more powerful than the ... to find in the ocean's depths—a one-two punch that can't be ignored. .... When you think of cost in RMB it is a different world than when you think of U.S. dollars 1. Los Angeles Class United States 2. Rubis Class France 3. Victor III class Russia 4. Sierra Class Russia 5. Trafalgar Class, United Kingdom 6. Type 093 Shang Class China 7. Astute Class United Kingdom 8. Seawolf Class United States 9. Akula II Class Russia 10. Virginia Class United States Embed Code:

North Korean Soldier's Defection - Full CCTV Footage

Wednesday, November 22 2017

North Korean Soldier's Defection - Full CCTV Footage

« Previous - Next » North Korean Soldier's Defection - Full CCTV Footage A North Korean soldier flees to South Korea and is chased by one of his comrades - across the border. The UN command in South Korea, therefore, accuses North Korea of violating the 1953 ceasefire agreement. Embed Code:

This Is Who Was Removed From John F. Kennedy File Release

Wednesday, November 22 2017

This Is Who Was Removed From John F. Kennedy File Release

« Previous - Next » This Is Who Was Removed From John F. Kennedy File Release After 54 years, STILL not all the data in the JFK files has been released. To make it clear, there is one person who is still alive and involved in John F. Kennedy 's death or at least has information about it. Embed Code:

Look Around Immediately If You Come Across A Bent Tree In The Forest

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Look Around Immediately If You Come Across A Bent Tree In The Forest

« Previous - Next » Look Around If You Come Across A Bent Tree In The Forest A walk through the forest or woods at this time of year can bring many surprises but did you know that nature has a little secret that you might come across on your walk. Native Americans Used To Bend Trees As Trail Markers On the website of the American Forests, it says that Native Americans used trail markers and they did so by strapping trees down and allowing those trees to grow in a bent shape permanently. The site says that this was a popular activity with tribes all over and the trees have remained this way. It says that Native Americans would bend trees that were young so that permanent trail markers would designate paths that were safe through the rough country along with pointing travelers in the right direction to water, food and other landmarks that were considered to be of importance. Over the years the trees continued to grow, and they kept their original shape, and the true purpose of the bent trees became all but forgotten while modern life started to spring up all around them. Mother Nature Also Bends Trees, So How Do You Know Which Mark Trails? However, not all trees that are bent point towards something. To be able to find out which trees were made that way by Native Americans and which are Mother Nature’s doing there is some important details to consider. Mother Nature perhaps decided to play a joke and bend trees in much the same way as the Native Americans used to do. Trees that were bent by the Native Americans possess a notch or nose on them that were cut into the tree at the end of the bend. This was generally made by using a piece of the tree in a hole, and the tree then continued to grow around it. Trees that were bent by Native Americans generally have scars on the top of the inner bed, and this was made by the straps that the people had put in place when the tree was young to make it bend. Trail Markers Trees Are At Risk Of Disappearing Forever Many of the trees that were used as trail markers are a century or two old and this means that their natural lifespan is reaching an end and due to this the likelihood of the human population cutting them down is big. This is one of the reasons why the Mountain Stewards have come into existence. They mapped out over 1000 bent trees around the country and put down on paper just what they are. With a bit of luck, those who enjoy nature and perhaps history will head out into the woods and forests and check out what are astonishing pieces of American history before they are lost forever. Related Articles

Mainstream Astronomers Now Discussing The Possibility That Oumuamua Is A Spaceship

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Mainstream Astronomers Now Discussing The Possibility That Oumuamua Is A Spaceship

Mainstream Astronomers Now Discussing The Possibility That Oumuamua Is A Spaceship A mainstream astronomer says on Reddit that Oumuamua is not your normal space rock. Astronomer here! I will never say this lightly, but we are, swear to God, actually discussing with some seriousness right now what are the odds that this was actually a spaceship. Which I 100% assure you has never happened before in my memory with seriousness. Basically, the dimensions of this thing being so much longer than it is tall, combined with the no dust part, are both highly irregular details. Not so irregular there's no natural way to explain them, but irregular enough that this is definitely not your normal space rock. And unfortunately we are not really going to get any more new data on this space rock, so I guess we'll be speculating about this for the rest of my professional career. The issue though is it is tumbling, and no thermal emission was detected. But there's no way that doesn't mean it's the dead hull of an alien spacecraft from millions of years ago, my one colleague is arguing, and I'm arguing that if you had computer intelligence type beings perhaps they'd go to stasis for the millions of years the journey takes to wherever they were going (and in my scenario, they were just using us as a tidal slingshot sorta like how we slingshot by planets to save on spacecraft fuel). But I'm sad if it was aliens that the aliens didn't want to hang out. (To be clear, it was most likely a space rock. But right now I believe we can't say for sure if it wasn't a space rock based on data.) There is some potential Hubble and Spitzer telescope data in the works, so we may get a few more details about 'Oumuamua in coming months! Was it one of these? Read the whole Reddit thread:

The Bizarre Mystery of the Unidentified Human Head from Nowhere

Wednesday, November 22 2017

The Bizarre Mystery of the Unidentified Human Head from Nowhere

Google+ There have been many mysterious people who have turned up dead whose identities have remained concealed in the shadows from us even in this modern age of cutting edge forensic science. Most often at least we have a whole body to go on, even if this sometimes provides us with no real clues of who these people were, but on occasion there are presented for our bafflement merely anomalous body parts disembodied from their hosts and which leave us further scratching our heads. I have recently covered this topic here at Mysterious Universe , but there is yet another case that I have come across which is every bit as creepy and wreathed in mystery; that of an enigmatic human head whose identity has remained elusive. In December of 2014 a grim discovery was made in the middle of a field in Economy, Pennsylvania, which lies about 30 miles from Pittsburgh, and just about a dozen yards off a rarely traveled rural road called Mason Road. The person who stumbled upon it, a middle school student, had been walking through the field when he spied what he at first thought to be deer guts but which would prove to be something much more startling indeed. There lying in the grass was a severed human head staring up at nothing, and the terrified young man promptly ran home to contact authorities. Police enacted an intensive search of the area using aircraft and tracker dogs, yet no other signs of the rest of the body or who had dropped the head off could be located. A look at the mysterious head showed that it was that of a woman who appeared to be perhaps in her 50s or 60s, and which seemed to be remarkably smooth and fresh for having been sitting out in the wilds as it had been. This was mostly due to the fact that it had been embalmed, and it had all of its teeth as well as silver hair that had rather creepily been styled and set either before or after death. The cut that had removed the head from the body seemed to be precise and professional, with the careful removal of a piece of the cervical spine, indicating that whoever had removed it had known what they were doing. All of this led police to at first suspect that this was a lost part from some medical school, a piece of a cadaver, or a case of grave robbing, but no one really knew. Police sketch of what the mystery woman may have looked like, by forensic artist Michelle Vitali A quest to identify the dead woman through dental records turned up nothing, and when sketches and clay sculptures of what she must have looked like in life were released there were several tips and leads that ultimately went nowhere. Since the head was professionally embalmed it was suspected that the woman had originated from a funeral home or mortuary, yet none in the area reported having any missing corpses, and neither were there any desecrations of local graves. The cause of the woman’s death, the reason why just her head had ended up out in that field, and who she even was were all seemingly impenetrable mysteries. An official autopsy would uncover more strangeness and mysteries to add to everything else, when the fact that someone had bothered to embalm it was already strange enough. The woman was found to have had extensive, almost obsessive dental work done, and there were signs that she had received medication for a heart ailment, specifically the trace amounts of Lidocaine and Atropine. It was even speculated that she may have originally died of heart disease, and there were signs that she may have received CPR, but this is totally unknown. There were also found to be eye caps inserted under the lids, which are a tool used by morticians to keep a cadaver’s eyes open, in each of her eyes, and weirder still there were discovered to be small red rubber balls under these set within empty eye sockets where her actual eyes should have been. This was completely baffling, as there was no discernible reason for why anyone should want to replace eyeballs with rubber balls. It was thought that the eyes had been perhaps removed to be given as donor organs to an “eye bank,” but these typically only require the removal of the corneas, not the entire eyeball, and it certainly is not common procedure to stuff red rubber balls in there. It would be more common to perhaps put cotton in there, which is cheaper, so why the rubber balls? Why would anyone do this? No one knew. Kevin Moran, an embalming instructor at the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in New York said of this oddity: In my 40 years of doing this, I have never seen that. The use of caps in Jane Doe’s eye sockets was very professional. And yet part of it is the rubber balls you get with a ball-and-jacks set. It doesn’t make sense. A look at the cut that had actually removed the entire head showed some interesting clues as well. Although the outer skin seemed quite rough and ragged, the inner tissue had been cleanly severed in a professional way, and someone had gone through the trouble of removing the spine. It was meticulously deliberate and careful, and this, plus the embalming, the state of the eyes, and the fact that absolutely no medical school, mortuary, graveyard, or organ donation organization had reported a missing body or body part, led authorities to suspect that this poor woman had been a victim of the illegal black market body parts trade, which sadly is rampant. The eyes might have been sold whole to a medical school or research facility, and the professional quality state of the decapitating cut also gave hints that it was perhaps done for this purpose, with an anatomy professor and forensic artist who was called in on the case named Michelle Vitali saying: When we lifted the flap at the back of the neck, we could see that the whole purpose of that was to access the key joint that would preserve both the head and the vertebral column, thereby maximizing the profitability of both. This is not anybody going with a kitchen knife or anything remotely like that. It was well done, and it was placed perfectly. She was dismembered professionally. It’s part of the body parts trade. On this tip, investigators then went about trying to actually purchase a human head on the black market, which they suspected might give them clues as to whether this is what had become of the mystery woman, such as whether the cuts and condition of the head were the same, but police eventually abandoned this macabre idea. A Reuters reporter by the name of Brian Grow then launched his own investigation into this matter and located a body parts broker that claimed to sell human heads for $300 a pop, which Grow bought two of. The cuts made on all of the heads were then compared with photos of the mystery head, and it was found that they were remarkably similar, practically identical, further supporting the dark theory that this Jane Doe had been butchered for the body parts trade, although considering the embalmed state of the head it was thought that she hadn’t been murdered to do so, with her corpse probably stolen post mortem. An X-ray of the head showing the missing pieces of spine Of course there have been investigations into the chance that she may very well have been murdered, but a detailed review of missing persons reports from 14 states turned up no viable match, and there were no bodies that had turned up without a head. In the meantime, all forensic efforts to track down just who the woman was have hit dead ends. DNA testing has proven to be fairly useless, as the embalming process did great damage to such evidence, and the little usable DNA that could be gleaned from the head has not matched with anyone in any database. Analysis of the woman’s dental work and efforts to find out her identity that way have also met with failure, even though considering the considerable amount of work she had had done it should be relatively easy to get at least some clues from this. Nothing. Pleas to medical institutions and official body brokers (yes, this is a thing) didn’t get very far either, as there is actually a disturbing number of human cadavers that have been donated to science, where they end up in medical schools, research facilities, and even in NASA, crash test or military simulations, and these bodies and body parts are regularly donated and sold or leased all over the country with shocking ease and little in the way of tracking them. The sheer number of these corpses and the lack of much effort made to mark or identify them make it well nigh impossible to trace the woman’s identity that way. One frustrated Andrew Gall, chief of detectives for the Beaver County district attorney’s office, lamented in 2016: Two and half years plugging away at this thing. Got nowhere. It drives me crazy. I’ve been doing this job for a long time. I hadn’t had anything where I had a body part like this turn up. Sculpture of the mysterious head The case of the mysterious unidentified head has been widely discussed and debated by both police investigators and amateur sleuths, and an interesting podcast talking about the case can be heard here , yet it all remains unsolved. No one knows who this woman was, how she died, who cut her head off or why, or why that head should end up abandoned in some random rural field. It is also unknown why the head was embalmed or just what the meaning is behind those weird red rubber balls that had replaced her eyes. It is sad because somewhere out there this mystery woman had friends and family, people who cared for her and who may not even realize that the head of their loved one was found decapitated and forgotten in a field somewhere, and her final resting place is beneath a headstone that reads “Jane Doe.” It is a tragic ending to be forgotten and nameless after such a full life, one’s fate and history unknown. Hopefully at some point the mystery of this woman’s head and identity will be solved but for now it remains a conundrum that taunts and beckons. Tags Bizarre Conspiracy medical mysteries modern mysteries mysterious crimes mysterious people unsolved crime unsolved mystery Brent Swancer is an author and crypto expert living in Japan. Biology, nature, and cryptozoology still remain Brent Swancer’s first intellectual loves. He’s written articles for MU and Daily Grail and has been a guest on Coast to Coast AM and Binnal of America. You can follow Brent

Reflections on Krauss's The Greatest Story Ever Told—So Far

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Reflections on Krauss's The Greatest Story Ever Told—So Far

Reflections on Krauss’s The Greatest Story Ever Told—So Far In the Summer 2016 issue of Skeptical Briefs, this column featured an interview with theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss, who briefly mentioned his new popular-science book. The Greatest Story Ever Told—So Far was published by Atria Books in the beginning of March. It’s about the greatest intellectual journey ever taken by humans (so far) from Plato to the discovery of the Higgs’s boson. Krauss begins by reminding us of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. As the allegory goes, people live imprisoned inside a cave only seeing its blank wall. The only thing those inside the cave see from the outside world is that wall, which is illuminated by a fire behind them, allowing moving shadows to appear. According to Plato, the prisoners of the cave consider the shadows part of the real world to the point of giving names to them. This Allegory of the Cave brilliantly introduces the book. As Krauss uncovers through the book, a lot of what we learn about the universe, or the greatest story ever told so far, came from humans’ investigation about the nature of light. Newton’s curiosity about light, Krauss argues, might have been motivated because it was a gift from God. This is not a mischaracterization, since Newton devoted much more time to writing about the “occult, alchemy, and searching for hidden meanings and codes in the Bible—focusing in particular on the Book of Revelation and mysteries associated with the ancient Temple of Solomon—than he did to writing about physics.” So, Krauss thinks it’s also reasonable to conclude that Newton’s primary interest was in theology. Regarding light, Newton thought that it was made of individual particles he called “corpuscles.” Other natural philosophers, such as Descartes and Robert Hooke, did not share his view, considering that light was a wave. In their support, when passed through a prism, white light splits into the several different colors of rainbow. Even against it, some of Newtown’s discoveries about light made more sense with the “wave theory of light.” He discovered, for example, that each color of light has a distinct angle at which it bends when passing through a prism. He also showed that colored light does not change its color, regardless of how many times it passes through a prism. All of this could be explained if white light is indeed a collection of different colors, but not if light is made of different-colored particles (as Newton thought). The debate persisted for many years involving discoveries that seem unconnected to the nature of light, such as the connection between electricity and magnetism. As Krauss points out, “These two forces seem quite different, yet have odd similarities. Electric charges can attract or repel. So can magnets. Yet magnets always seem to have two poles, north and south, which cannot be isolated, while electric charges can individually be positive or negative.” To connect these forces required the work of Michael Faraday, the greatest experimental physicist of the nineteenth century. Faraday worked for years trying to see if magnetism could induce electricity, which he showed in 1831, allowing us to use electricity the way we do today, changing the world forever: It is hard to imagine any discovery that is more deeply ingrained in the workings of modern society. But more deeply, what makes his contribution to our story so remarkable is that he discovered a missing piece of the puzzle that changed the way we think about virtually everything in the physical world today, starting with light itself. If Newton was the last of the magicians, Faraday was the last of the modern scientists to live in the dark, regarding light. The mystery of the connection between electricity and magnetism continued until 1865, when Maxwell published his complete set of equations, connecting these two apparently unconnected phenomena together in a formal theory. He also showed that oscillating charges produce an electromagnetic wave. Then, critically, Maxwell calculated the speed of the electromagnetic wave and he found out what was almost identical to the already known speed of light. Light is an electromagnetic wave. There was a problem, however. Maxwell’s results concerning electromagnetic waves contradicted the properties of motion already established by Galileo many years before. If a ball is thrown with a speed of 10 mph inside a car moving at 15 mph, someone outside the car would measure the speed of the ball to be 25 mph (10 mph plus 15 mph). But what if instead of a ball inside the car, we have an oscillating charge? Maxwell calculated the speed of electromagnetic waves produced by oscillated charges measuring the strength of electricity and magnetism. Then, would someone outside the car measure the speed of electromagnetic waves from the oscillating charge to be different than what someone inside the car observes? If that’s the case, the observers would measure the strength of electricity and magnetism to be different from the other’s, allowing us to tell who is moving and who is not. But Galileo had shown this is impossible; there is no experiment anyone could perform that could tell if one is at rest or moving at a constant speed. Even though it’s a profound implication, Einstein was the one who realized it. The inconsistency is not just a thought experiment or between simple suppositions; both Galileo’s and Maxwell’s results have been verified by experiment. As Krauss remind us all, “ rules that have been established on the bases of experiment cannot easily be tossed aside. ” That’s why we needed Einstein’s genius to reconcile those notions. Einstein’s great solution was that, as Krauss explains, “the two different observers must both measure distances and/or times differently from each other in just such a way that light, at least, would traverse that same measured distance in the same measured time for both observers.” In Einstein’s theory of relativity, space and time measurements are observer dependent. Motion, electricity, magnetism, and relativity are all connected. That is just the beginning. The book continues to detail those hidden realities of our world, connecting in interesting ways many other physical phenomena, from the double-slit experiment and the rise of quantum mechanics (which uncovered the individual particles that light is made of) to unification of electromagnetism and weak force to superconductivity and the Higgs’s boson. Were it not for the progress of science—reason and experiment, instead of Plato’s pure thought—we would not uncover many parts of the hidden realties; we would still be inside of a Plato’s cave. And the job of scientists, as Krauss argues, is to see what is behind the shadows, separating illusion from reality. As the title suggests, the story is not finished: “Every day that we discover something new and surprising, the story gets even better,” says Krauss. Every page of the book you turn, it gets better. Krauss certainly has made a great contribution by describing the hidden realities in his fascinating book. Felipe Nogueira Felipe Nogueira has a master’s degree in computer science and is a PhD student in medical sciences in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Being an engaged reader of skepticism and promoting the science movement for years, Felipe realized the movement was not as strong in Brazil as it should be. He created a blog where he writes and translates pieces about science and skepticism and also publishes interviews he has done with scientists and skeptics. His blog can be found in Portuguese at http://ceticismoeciencia.blogspot.com.br/ and in English at http://skepticismandscience.blogspot.com.br/ .

Interesting daytime footage of UFOs over Paris, France

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Interesting daytime footage of UFOs over Paris, France

This is one older footage from June 2010 that was just recently submitted to MUFON. This happened over Paris, France. Witness report: Othernight in a clear blue sky appeared first lighting orbs which became “smartphones” like— I was at home with my 12 years old daughter during the beginning of summer on the 24th of june 2010 when i was ‘attracted’ outside on the balcony, we live on the 5th floor of a building in paris, france. i watched the clear blue sky when it occured orbs lights. i immediatly took my video camera and first did a snapshot of these stranges objetcts then put the camera on and recorded it. see picture & video attached. i was stunned – and my daugter as well – you can hear our voices on the video and also see a bird passing by the frame. weirdly, the orbs occured to became kind of ‘smartphones’ as i’ve seen a lot in videos in the sky of mexico and so on after this event. anyway, since then i made a lot of research on the topic and it took me all this time for finally register this event on your website. thanks for your attention & sharing. Author (source: MUFON)

Flat-Earther to launch himself in a rocket - Unexplained Mysteries

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Flat-Earther to launch himself in a rocket - Unexplained Mysteries

Flat-Earther to launch himself in a rocket Posted on Wednesday, 22 November, 2017 | 94 comments Hughes is certainly no stranger to rocket stunts. Image Credit: YouTube / Mike Hughes Self-taught rocket scientist 'Mad' Mike Hughes is hoping to reach 1,800ft in his own steam-powered rocket. Hughes, who describes himself as a 'daredevil', is certainly no stranger to madcap capers having previously broken his back twice while undertaking extreme stunt jumps in cars. Following on from an earlier successful rocket launch in 2014, this latest endeavour will see him climb high over California in a home-made steam-powered rocket that cost around $20,000 to build. "I don't believe in science," he said. "I know about aerodynamics and fluid dynamics and how things move through the air. But that's not science, that's just a formula." The stunt is being backed by a flat Earth research group and Hughes hopes that he will eventually be able to launch high enough to directly observe the planet's flatness for himself. "It's scary as hell, but none of us are getting out of this world alive," he said. Footage recorded during his previous rocket launch can be viewed below. Source: The Guardian | Comments (94) Tags: Mike Hughes , Rocket , Flat Earth

Amateur Rocket Man Plans Flight to Prove Earth is Flat

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Amateur Rocket Man Plans Flight to Prove Earth is Flat

Google+ Hot on the heels of the first ever Flat Earth International Conference (motto: Would you eat a ball of pizza?), an amateur rocket scientist is about to launch a homemade steam-powered (what’s that whistle?) craft into space (well, 1800 feet of space) in an attempt to prove his own belief that the Earth is flat (not to mention a few other conspiracy theories he touts) by bringing back a photograph of the flat planet (not to mention bringing himself back alive). Has the surreal once again surpassed the real? “It’ll shut the door on this ball earth. I don’t believe in science. I know about aerodynamics and fluid dynamics and how things move through the air, about the certain size of rocket nozzles, and thrust. But that’s not science, that’s just a formula. There’s no difference between science and science fiction.” That’s Mike Hughes in an interview in The Washington Post. Hughes does not appear to be related to real aviation pioneer Howard Hughes – he’s more like the late daredevil Evel Knievel of the ill-fated Snake Canyon rocket-powered motorcycle fame, although Hughes says he’s not a daredevil (even though his nickname is Mad Mike) but an engineer, albeit a homemade one. Hughes has one successful steam-powered flight to his credit – in 2014 he claimed to have set the world record of 1,374 feet for a manned steam-powered rocket. He tried to raise funds in 2016 for another flight , but his daytime limo-driver job doesn’t pay enough to budget for rocket parts. That appears to be when Mad Mike became mad about the flat Earth. He called in to the Infinite Plane Society’s podcast and announced his conversion (in return for money?). “We were kind of looking for new sponsors for this. And I’m a believer in the flat Earth. I researched it for several months.” He also revealed his other conspiracy theories, like this one: “John Glenn and Neil Armstrong are Freemasons. Once you understand that, you understand the roots of the deception.” That was enough to inspire a flat-Earth GoFundMe campaign that raised $8,000 (and possibly paid for the sign on his rocket that reads “RESEARCH FLAT EARTH.” That rocket is ready to rumble on Saturday, November 25th, at a steam-powered 500 mph over the Mojave Desert ghost town of Amboy, California (no casualties and no witnesses?). If Hughes is successful, he may impress a few rocket scientists … but will he convince anyone to join him in his flat earth beliefs like those touted at the conference held in North Carolina recently? Subjects discussed there included “NASA and Other Space Lies,”“Flat Earth with the Scientific Method,”“Waking Up to Mainstream Science Lies” and “Testing the Globe.” If there’s no difference between science fiction and science. did this happen? We’ll find out on November 25th. Or will we? What if Mad Mike Hughes is really a NASA plant to distract the public from its other sinister plans? What if NASA is really a fake organization created by a secret society to hide the fact that the Earth is flat and run by aliens? See how easy this is? Tags Bizarre Conspiracy flat earth theory Science space technology Paul Seaburn Paul Seaburn is one of the most prolific writers at Mysterious Universe. He’s written for TV shows such as “The Tonight Show”, “Politically Incorrect” and an award-winning children’s program. He’s been published in “The New York Times” and “Huffington Post” and has co-authored numerous collections of trivia, puzzles and humor. Paul likes to add a bit of humor to each MU post he crafts. After all, the mysterious doesn’t always have to be serious. You can follow Paul

Daily 2 Cents: Flash of Light / Recurring Puncture Wounds - Gray Barker's 'Bat-Men' - Over 2000+ Serial Killers in the US?

Wednesday, November 22 2017

Daily 2 Cents: Flash of Light / Recurring Puncture Wounds - Gray Barker's 'Bat-Men' - Over 2000+ Serial Killers in the US?

Daily 2 Cents: Flash of Light / Recurring Puncture Wounds -- Gray Barker's 'Bat-Men' -- Over 2000+ Serial Killers in the US? Flash of Light / Recurring Puncture Wounds Cambridge, Ontario, Canada - 2002-07-12: While working as a utility technician early one morning, I was suddenly overwhelmed and blacked out. The only memory of the event was a flash of light. Afterwards I started noticing an irritation on my arm that seemed to be constantly itchy. When I arrived home later that day I noticed small puncture holes on my forearm. These punctures go away and reappear once every year or so. This has been happening to me for 20 years. I always know when the punctures will come back a day or so before as my arm will go numb first, then usually when I wake the punctures have reappeared. I usually have life-like dreams during the time frame the wounds appear which is somewhere around 10 days. I am 50 years old and have worked for the same company for 31 years. This condition has left me with many unanswered questions. I have attached 2 photos of the wounds for your professional evaluation. (MUFON pulled the photos) I have much more to tell but a little embarrassed of my experience. Are there other people with my same experience? I have more questions to ask and many more experiences of dreams that occur during the period of my unexplainable wound. I would like to think that this is a natural occurrence but the wound totally heals then reappears. No one in my family believes me, I have held this confidential for many years. - MUFON Strange Bluish Light I can’t be sure of exactly when this occurred, but it had to have been before I was seven because it took place in the first house I lived in before moving. There was a standard-sized doorway leading from the kitchen into the family room. I clearly remember my mother was carrying a basket of laundry into the family room and I was right behind and next to her walking toward the doorway in the same direction. Then, about four or five feet before my mother walked across the threshold, a web of blue, electricity-like light appeared out of thin air and filled the entire frame of the doorway with a buzzing sound for roughly one second. My mother jumped back in fright and I froze in place. Our first thought was that it was lightning, but I specifically remember looking out of the nearest window and confirming that it was a clear, sunny day out. Not knowing what it was, we just went about our business, although I was scared to walk through that doorway for weeks and I would always sprint through it for fear that the weird electricity would strike again. In subsequent years, I have continued to wonder what it was. I have for sure ruled out lightning, because if lightning had indeed penetrated the house that deeply, there no doubt would have been damage. The door frame didn’t bear even the most subtle mark after it had happened. I suppose it could have been faulty wiring, but it would have been unusual to manifest itself as a web of crisscrossed, blue, light tendrils in a doorway. The final logical explanation could be static electricity, but it was awfully intense for that, and where would it have come from? I also looked up unusual weather phenomenon such as St. Elmo’s fire and ball lightning, but they didn’t fit either. I’ve searched online for this happening to someone else but haven’t seen anything. I know this isn’t as dramatic as cryptids, UFOs, or ghosts, but it’s baffled me for years. - Keith in NJ Gray Barker's 'Bat-Men' Lon... In keeping with your "Signs of the Times" theme, here's a quote from Pages 40 & 41 of Gray Barker's ground-breaking They Knew Too Much about Flying Saucers ©& Published in 1956 by University Books Inc., 404 Fourth Ave, New York 16: "(Early in 1953) a 'temperature inversion' had swooshed down and landed in Mrs. Walker's pecan tree. The inversion looked just like a man, though it was odd that he had a pair of big black wings, and flew over the house of Mrs. Hilda Walker, of Houston, Texas, 'like a white flash of a torpedo-shaped object.' The bat man, or whatever he was, was seen to alight in the tree. When Mrs. Walker and two other persons looked up they saw 'the figure of a man with wings like a bat. He was dressed in gray or black tight-fitting clothes.' After perching in the tree half a minute the halo surrounding him began to fade and the strange figure disappeared. (???) The bat man was about six and a half feet tall, and all this had happened on June 18, at 2:30 AM. Witnesses besides Mrs. Walker, a housewife, age 23, were Howard Phillips, tool plant inspector, 33, and 14-year-old Judy Meyers. No one saw the bat man's saucer, though saucer addicts presumed he had arrived in one. Other strange things were (also) happening." There's lot's more goodies in this tome, including more bat-men stories, some sounding like they occurred yesterday, and there's a photo of Gray in the dust jacket (plus an Autographed Dedication in my copy). Gray Barker, also Writer & Publisher of the "Saucerian" Newsletter, http://afushop.hemsida24.se/store/p/0/saucerian-bulletin-(1956-1958)-341546 was a very dedicated researcher... this book should be (and perhaps is) in your personal Library. Fuz Over 2000+ Serial Killers in the US? A researcher has estimated that there are nearly 2,000 serial killers at large in the United States. Archivist and researcher Thomas Hargrove has developed his own algorithm that he uses to track the habits and status of serial killers. He told The New Yorker that according to the FBI, 1,400 murders remain unsolved but are linked to other killings through DNA. Hargrove, who is a part of the Murder Accountability Project (MAP), said his estimate of 2,000 serial killers at large is the number he came to after analyzing data available. Read more at Are there 2,000 SERIAL KILLERS roaming the streets of the US? Criminologist makes terrifying estimate based on chilling new research into mass murderers