The Daily Star
Sun, 26 Mar 2017 00:00 UTC
Nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman said extraterrestrials have repeatedly visited our planet but have no intention of revealing themselves just yet.
The Canada-based expert said there "was not a shadow of a doubt" aliens had come to Earth but that it is being covered-up my governments and security services around the world.
The 82-year-old is a leading figure in the Ufologist community and has previously worked on numerous highly classified projects for American aerospace corporation McDonnell Douglas.
Comment: Friedman is correct - just not in the way that he thinks. Humanity is being kept in the dark about the alien reality - not only because of the reaction that it would cause - but because we are useful vehicles for their ultimate aims, and we mustn't know about that. There is probably no moral compunction on the part of our 'friends' out there to let us do (or not do) certain things, unless it would endanger our viability as a 'human resource'.
As for being in some kind of quarantine. Sure. We've been kept in a quarantine of awareness for millennia. But maybe all that's about to change.
Fri, 24 Mar 2017 15:06 UTC
The UFO sighting reportedly occurred on Tuesday in the Gulf of Mexico approximately 80 miles southeast of New Orleans.
The sighting was submitted to the National UFO Reporting Center, which apparently tracks UFO sightings and data, by the chief engineer of an OSV working the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday afternoon. According to the eyewitness report:
Mon, 13 Mar 2017 16:56 UTC
The ranch is in Conejos County, which is bigger than Rhode Island, with 8,000 residents and no stoplights. Sheep graze in the sunshine; potatoes and barley are grown here and trucked north to Denver. Three new marijuana dispensaries in the tiny town of Antonito lure New Mexicans across the nearby state line.
Conejos—Spanish for "rabbits"—is one of the poorest counties in Colorado. It's also a helluva place to get lost. While its eastern plains stretch across the agricultural San Luis Valley, its western third rises into the 1.8-million-acre Rio Grande National Forest, which sprawls over parts of nine counties. Go missing out here and your fate relies, in no small part, on which of those nine counties you were in when you disappeared.
Linda Moulton Howe interview with UFO whistleblower: Ex-US Naval officer 'saw entrance to secret alien base in Antarctica'
Thu, 16 Mar 2017 15:45 UTC
Mrs Howe, 75, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, who has been awarded for her paranormal research through website Earthfiles.com, says she was contacted several times by the whistleblower she has only been referred to as Brian.
In a series of videos released on YouTube, Mrs Howe is heard interviewing Brian about what he allegedly saw.
Brian, 59, who alleges to be a former retired US Navy petty officer first class flight engineer in a squadron called Antarctic Development Squadron Six, claimed to have been part of a crew that flew through a "no fly zone" above Antarctica, and saw UFOs, aliens, and a giant entrance hole to an alien base.
Comment: Keep in mind that Linda Moulton Howe is conversing with Whitley Strieber - whose information though at times may be accurate - may in fact have 'allegiances' that are quite questionable. As always, it behooves us to use our thinking caps here in any case.
Sat, 18 Mar 2017 15:10 UTC
The bizarre markings on Lake Thingvallavatn in Thingvellir National Park were shared by the park's Facebook page earlier this month. The post reported that the unexplained pattern had been spotted by a nearby resident - a phenomenon apparently never seen in the area before.
Syracuse New Times
Mon, 13 Mar 2017 00:00 UTC
The UFO question came about from Jimmy Kimmel. Not once, but four times in the past two years and seven months he has asked three former U.S. presidents and a presidential candidate the same query about UFOs. All of them brushed it off. Some side stepped it with a laugh, others with an uncomfortable snicker claiming they can't talk about it.
Comment: Or, they know far less than they think they do about the biggest question of all time and really have nothing to say; one imagines that as President (or former president) of "the most powerful country on earth" they might even be a little embarrassed by the realization that they are so far 'out of the loop' on a matter of such world-wide importance. Remember, US presidents are mostly puppets and know only what 'those in the know' want them to know.
Jimmy Kimmel is an entertainer and should be commended for bringing up the topic in front of a national television audience that a majority of Americans (70 percent, according to a 2012 National Geographic UFO poll) want to know the answer to. But why is Kimmel the one asking this challenging question?
Why haven't journalists affiliated with mainstream news stations or newspapers or, better yet, the White House press corps asked the same hard question? Do these world-class journalists feel that a question about UFOs and the extraterrestrial presence is silly and nonsensical?
Comment: If the vast majority of journalists hired in the US had any actual curiosity - instead of blindly following what they're told to think on most matters - they wouldn't be hired in the first place! And if, by chance, they were hired, then what is the likelihood that their editors and publishers (who are just extensions of the intelligence agencies), and who are themselves tools of 'those in the know', would allow them to say the truth? And the 'truth' regarding UFO's is a very complicated and explosive matter in any case.
'Beyond our knowledge'? Scientist claims crop circles are hidden messages left by aliens or human time travelers
Sun, 12 Mar 2017 12:45 UTC
CROP circles are real and contain hidden messages from aliens or human time travellers, a scientist has claimed.
Dr Horace Drew, 61, also suggested that the mysterious phenomena are a method extra-terrestrial beings are using to try and peacefully communicate with the human race.
Dr Drew, who holds a PhD in Chemistry from the prestigious California Institute of Technology, made the claims at the UFO & Paranormal Research Society of Australia last Wednesday.
Yahoo! 7 News
Sun, 12 Mar 2017 21:35 UTC
Temer surprised Brazilians this week with the revelation that he has decamped from the Alvorada Palace and moved with his former beauty queen wife and their seven-year-old son down the road to the smaller vice presidential residence.
The modernist Alvorada, which means Dawn and was designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, would be a dream home for many. It has a huge pool, football field, chapel, medical center and vast lawn. But Temer, 76, and his 33-year-old wife Marcela, find the cavernous, glass-fronted building spooky.
"I felt something strange there. I wasn't able to sleep right from the first night. The energy wasn't good," Temer was quoted as saying by Veja. "Marcela felt the same thing. Only (their son) Michelzinho, who went running from one end to the other, liked it.
We even started to wonder: could there be ghosts?" he reportedly quipped to Veja. According to a report in Globo newspaper, Marcela Temer brought in a priest to attempt to drive out any evil spirits, but to no avail.
The Temers then moved to the still luxurious but smaller Jaburu Palace nearby.
National Catholic Register
Sat, 11 Mar 2017 00:00 UTC
There is an alarming increase in demonic activity being reported by those who work in exorcism ministry, said the exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Although steps are being taken to increase the number of exorcists, demand is still outpacing supply.
Father Vincent Lampert has been an exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis since 2005 and is the pastor at St. Malachy's in Indianapolis. He trained at the North American College in Rome and assisted with more than 40 exorcisms with longtime Italian exorcist Father Carmine De Filippi. Although the identities of most exorcists are hidden, Father Lampert often gives talks to warn against evil and turn people toward the power of God.
In an interview with the Register, he said that he sees an increasing number of people involved in Satanic rituals and opening themselves up to evil.
"The problem isn't that the devil has upped his game, but more people are willing to play it," Father Lampert said. He pointed to rampant pornography, illegal drugs use and the occult. "Where there is demonic activity, there is always an entry point," he said.
El Chupacabra? Mysterious 'beast' thought to be roaming Scottish Highlands stripping all the flesh off sheep and eating them
Tue, 07 Mar 2017 17:15 UTC
The mysterious beast's latest catch is a hefty and healthy ewe of about 50kg. Her wool was neatly peeled off her skin before it was eaten. The carcass was found less than 100 yards from a croft in Swordly at the weekend.
The ewe belonged to Susan Mackay, who is not the first crofter to fall victim to the unknown animal.