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Category Archives: Research
The latest from UFO journalist Billy Cox’s De Void blog column: For the cost of a New Year’s Eve bash … By Billy Cox, Herald-Tribune / Monday, October 19, 2015 So a new 501(c)3 called UFO Detection and Tracking, or … Continue reading
A new picture has emerged apparently showing the mummified child promoted as an alien by Adam Dew, SlideboxMedia, Tom Carey, Don Schmitt, Jaime Maussan, and others… Details as to the origin of the photo and disposition of the body should … Continue reading
Indie Roswell Slides Research Group Deciphers in Days What Roswell Dream Team Couldn’t Do In Three Years?
“You folks solved in no more than 2-3 days what the promoters claimed not to have been able to solve in 3 years!” – Researcher Ted Molczan Curt Collins of Blue Blurry Lines and the independent Roswell Slides Research Group … Continue reading
For those following the wave of media attention regarding John Greenwald’s recently publicized Blue Book files housed at his Black Vault website… The DMCA has been the subject of controversy since it was passed, being used and, in many cases, misused … Continue reading
Lucid Dreamers Produce The Fastest Brainwave Frequencies Ever Recorded October 18, 2013 by Arjun Walia Lucid dreaming is a documented phenomenon; researchers continue to explore it as it shows some very significant brain patterns and biological happenings within the body. … Continue reading
Smithsonian’s Enigmatic Prof. Jordan, Linked to 1909 Arizona Newspaper Article, Identified Press Release – Memphis, Tennessee – Sep 12, 2014 A 1909 Phoenix Gazette article related that a Prof. Jordan found a system of underground chambers in the Grand Canyon … Continue reading
AN EXTRAORDINARY “hyperspace” engine that could make interstellar space travel a reality by flying into other dimensions is being investigated by the United States government. The hypothetical device, which has been outlined in principle but is based on a controversial … Continue reading