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Review: DNA of the Gods

If you are a die-hard fan of Zecharia Sitchin, or are curious about his controversial theories regarding the planet Niburu and its divine denizens, you will love DNA of the Gods by Chris H. Hardy, Ph.D. Sitchin was a prolific writer and effectively promoted his well-thought-out interpretations of ancient Sumerian records and lore. To their credit, those who assumed his ...

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Is the Public’s Memory Being Altered Through the Internet?

For the average American, the internet acts as a modernized version of an encyclopedia. Information on just about any subject can be found within seconds. This ability to retrieve information so effortlessly has unfortunately resulted in reliance on the internet, leading to a range of strange and sometimes inaccurate beliefs. Not only do we tend to reach for our phones, ...

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Review: Weapons of the Gods by Nick Redfern

by Hercules Invictus The earliest Ancient Astronaut literature started exploring the world’s most ancient and venerable scriptures, as well as global mythology, for references to flying craft, advanced technology and astronomical knowledge that was way ahead of its time. It was soon discovered that there was actually an abundance of information scattered throughout the planet that supported the probability of ...

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1942-1992 – Half A Century of The German Moon Base

By Vladimir Terziski The Germans landed on the Moon as early as probably 1942, utilizing their larger exoatmospheric rocket saucers of the Miethe and Schriever type. The Miethe rocket craft was built in diameters if 15 and 50 meters, and the Schriever Walter turbine powered craft was designed as an interplanetary exploration vehicle. It had a diameter of 60 meters, ...

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Beyonce, Twitter, and the Magical Mystery Twins

By Olav Phillips Like many things in our celebrity addressed world, Beyonce’s recent announcement of her pregnancy sent shockwaves through social media, new media, all media. The Queen B was having another baby, oh wait, it’s twins! And with that, the house of Z grows. So, of course, I saw it, I mean who didn’t, but something gnawed at me. ...

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Is Disclosure Dead?

By Olav Phillips For many years now I have noticed a constant ebb and flow of the self-titled “Disclosure Movement” and in that time I have observed a pattern start to develop which I think needs to be explored now. I think it’s one of those things that may not win me friends but I do believe that it is ...

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The Mysterious Green Children…

By Olav Phillips The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek. Joseph Campbell – The Power of Myth Myths, we are told, are apocryphal stories used to convey a meaning.  In some cases that meaning is a life lesson like – Don’t be too curious, or maybe be kind to others.  But in general those stories are just ...

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The Ghoul That Travels Among Us

By Olav Phillips Fall is a mysterious time of the year around the Bay Area. As the night steadily encroaches on the day, the clouds swirling around the impending storm, and the temperature steadily begins to drop it seems the ghouls come out in force. Some believe this is because of resonant energy thins the veil between our worlds allowing ...

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Moa – An Extinct Bird, or an Elusive One?

By Christine Cowling As a child, growing up in New Zealand, I was a regular visitor at the Otago Museum in the city of Dunedin. I vividly recall gazing up in wonder at the carefully reconstructed model of a giant extinct native bird – the mighty moa. There were nine species of moa (in six genera) with the two largest ...

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Conspiracies R’Us – Nobel Laureate John Nash Dies Just Days After Revealing Major Breakthrough

by Olav Phillips   Unexpected deaths are part and parcel in the conspiracy world, from the infamous murder of Danny Casolaro to the spate of deaths at Marconi.  It seems more often then not scientists and researchers make major breakthroughs then end up in bags.  The issue is so pervasive I recently published an article in Steamshovel Press called “Publish ...

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