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Knights Templar Exonerated The Vatican is now publicly conceding that the Knights Templar were treated quite badly and were not heretics after all. Pope Clement V, it seems, finally absolved the order of all heresies, but the original parchment declaring his deci­sion was somehow misfiled in the 17th century and has been lost ever since. Discovered in the Vatican library in 2001 by professor Barbara Frale, the document is now being published in limited edition at a mere $8300 per copy. Long reviled by mainstream…

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FREE ENERGY BREAKTHROUGH CLAIMED BY IRISH COMPANY Free Energy is in the news again, but this time with a twist. Steorn, a Dublin, Ireland based hi-tech company has run an ad in Britain’s Economist magazine challenging the world’s top scientists to come and disprove its new free-energy technology. The ad seeks 12 top physicists to serve as a kind of jury to investigate their claim, which essential­ly disputes one of the stated basic laws of physics—that you can’t get more energy out of a system…

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UFO Dogfight Veteran Talks A U.S. fighter pilot who was scrambled to shoot down a UFO over England in 1957 has now talked publicly to the press about his experience. In an interview with Sarasota, Florida’s HeraldTribune (HeraldTribune.com), Milton Torres, says the craft he spotted “didn’t follow classic Newtonian mechanics.” Torres story first came to light last fall when the British Ministry of Defense released it, as part a large public doc­ument dump of old UFO files. Torres, now retired from the Air Force, says…

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Indian Space Agency Detects Possible Life on the Moon There may not be a man in the moon, as reported in the nursery rhymes, but, it turns out, that doesn’t rule out mi­crobes. And even though they may have died long since, if they are there at all, it means they were once alive and that Earth’s barren rocky satellite may not always have been the lifeless orb we have been led to believe. The recent discov­ery of significant quantities of water near the lunar…

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ANOTHER ROBOT TO EXPLORE PYRAMID SHAFT If all goes as planned, sometime in February a small mechanical robot armed a with a new drill and a new camera will climb the narrow shafts from the Queens chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. This latest robotic venture is designed to go beyond the barrier which stopped its predecessor in 2002. On that occasion, as a worldwide televi­sion audience watched, the robot camera penetrated one wall only to be thwarted by another. According to…

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Energy Whistleblowers Tell Their Stories

By Jeane Manning

One of the challenges facing the energy revolution lurks in federal patent offices. The number of secrecy orders the U.S. Government imposed on patent applications rose again in 2009, reaching the highest figure since 1996. At the end of fiscal year 2009, the government was imposing 5,081 secrecy orders. We don’t know how many of those secre­cy orders quash energy-related inventions, but it has happened. Under the Invention Secrecy Act of 1951, U.S. Gov­ernment agencies can muzzle a patent applicant whenever they decide that publication of…

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Is It Time to Change Our Theoretical Models?

BY JEANE MANNING

Recently, when two Irishmen publicly challenged the establishment scientific community to test their “free-energy” magnetic system, the reaction to the news revealed differences in worldview within the New Energy community. The challenge came out in late August. Two Dublin businessmen bought a full-page ad in the Economist maga­zine, seeking a dozen, credible scientists to judge and jury their invention. CEO Sean McCarthy, a 40 year old engi­neer and his company’s marketing manager Richard Walshe claim their company has found a way to produce abun­dant free,…

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The Wondrous Wheel of Orffyreus

BY PETER KING

Would an eighteenth-century inventor Johann Ernst Elias Bessler be the only man to have perfected the long sought perpetual motion machine? Such a device has been the goal of scientists and inventors for many centuries. Many have claimed to have found the secret but to this day, the claim has never been realized. Or so we have been told. Perpetual motion has been described as ‘the action of an appliance that, once set in motion, would continue in motion forever, with no additional energy required…

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