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Alien Giants & Alien DNA …Or Not?

BY ZECHARIA SITCHIN

One of the most enigmatic (and theologically challenging) tales in the Bible is related in the first verses in Chapter 6 of Genesis—the tale of the Nefilim, sons of the gods who (in the days before the Deluge “and thereafter too”) took “daughters of man” as wives and had heroic children by them. Some eighty years ago a schoolboy, fortunate to study the Bible in its original Hebrew, was reprimanded for ask­ing why, though Nefilim meant ‘Those Who Had Descended’ (from heaven, to Earth), translators…

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New Washington & the ET Issue

By Michael Salla, PhD.

Newly confirmed Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has long had an interest in UFOs and the existence of extrater­restrial life. She was given an informal briefing in August 1995 by billionaire philanthropist, Laurence Rockefeller, on the best available UFO evidence. An August 4, 1995, memo by President Clinton’s Science Advisor, Dr Jack Gibbons, confirmed that the Clintons would be vacationing with Rockefeller at his Teton Ranch in Wyoming that summer, and they would discuss UFOs: “You will probably see Mr Rockefeller on your vacation in…

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Alexander Solzhenitsyn and the Forgotten Senses

By John Chambers

On his first night at Lubyanka Prison in Moscow, the lean, frightened army captain was subjected to subtle cruelties he never knew existed. And this despite the fact that he had been battling the Nazi invaders across the steppes of Rus­sia for four years, first as a soldier, then as an officer, in the Soviet Union’s Red Army. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, 26, had been arrested at the battlefront on February 9, 1945, for making derogatory re­marks about Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in letters to a friend….

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The Roswell Miracle Metal

By Len Kasten

The Battelle Memorial Institute is not well known to the general public. That is fine with the Defense Department, since they would prefer that the work that is done there remain “below the radar” as much as possible. And yet, this sprawling complex outside of Columbus, Ohio, adjacent to the Ohio State campus, along with the six, huge, associat­ed national laboratories that it manages, is the center of the most sensitive and important research and development on the planet. Founded in 1929 under the terms…

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God & the Big Bang

By Elliot Hughes

As scientifically compelling as the Big Bang Theory is, there is a paradox in the notion of our universe expanding from a singularity. The question, “What existed before the Big Bang?” has baffled scientists. By definition, nothing existed prior to the beginning, but that fact creates more questions than answers. For instance, if nothing existed prior to the Big Bang, what caused the singularity to be created in the first place?” (The Origin of the Universe—The Big Bang, by John P. Mills, Ph.D.) The origin…

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Defying Gravity

By Len Kasten

Several books and websites have appeared recently which give reports by insiders about what sort of incredible tech­nology advances have been developed in the so-called black world—the realm of secret military-scientific develop­ment. Most of these cite anecdotal evidence and give spare details about the underlying science. However, the recent book by Paul A. LaViolette, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs and Classified Aerospace Technology (Bear & Company Paperback, September 2008) offers complete coverage, including a history of the secret development of antigravity craft, and a…

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Fire from Water

BY JOHN KETTLER

No, the writer didn’t flunk Chemistry. He wrote HHO, not the familiar H20, for the very good reason that it’s not water. In fact, it’s a whole new kind of gas, using a patented process inventor Denny Klein developed, a process requiring only a small amount of electricity and some distilled water. And what a gas! When it burns, it leaves only water as a combustion byproduct, yet can seemingly defy the fundamental laws which govern the behavior of gases, to include the one which…

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Big Science on Trial

by Martin Ruggles

Late in November of 2009 a hacker broke through the computer security system of the Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, and copied over 3000 pages of e-mail and computer code which were shortly disseminated across the Internet. Revealed in the documents was what climate warming skeptics soon trumpeted as a shocking picture of scientific fraud and deceit of enormous significance. The ensuing internet/science tsunami was, and continues to be, of near biblical proportions. And while global warming…

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Underwater Bases and Alien Civilization

BY DAVID H. CHILDRESS

Ivan T. Sanderson was born in 1911. Before he died in 1973 he wrote over 18 books on the UFO phenomenon. A trained biologist, Sanderson, was, nevertheless, fascinated by the unexplained and wrote on many exotic topics, such as mystery animals (including Bigfoot and the Yeti), lost civilizations, UFOs and “Ooparts,” or “Out-of-Place-Artifacts.” In Invisible Residents, first published in 1970, he put forward the curious theory that “OINTS”—Other Intelli­gences —live under the oceans. This underwater, parallel civilization, he proposed, may be twice as old as…

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Pseudo Skeptics Beware

By Wistonas Wu

In the debate over paranormal phenomena, there is a new COP in town, but this one is challenging the fallacies of organized skepticism rather than the paranormal research community. SCEPCOP the “Scientific Committee Expos­ing Pseudo-Skeptical Cynicism of the Paranormal” bills itself as the “world’s first organized counter-skeptic group.” Principal organizers are Vinstonas Wu, Victor Zammit, John Benneth, and Leo MacDonald. It is, of course, directly confronting organizations such as CSICOP (Committee for Skeptical Inquiry into Claims of the Paranormal) which have, in the opinion of…

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