Mon, 21 Nov 2016 00:00 UTC
The Point Pleasant Mothman is a local legend that over the years has gained worldwide fame.
There hadn't been any recent sightings of the red-eyed creature recently, but that changed Sunday evening, when a man who says he was driving along State Route 2 saw something jump from tree to tree. He pulled off the road and snapped some pictures.
The man declined an on-camera interview, but was adamant the pictures had not been doctored. He said he recently moved to Point Pleasant for work and didn't even know about the legend.
Comment: If you are interested in this topic you may find the SOTT.net radio show on the topic interesting: The Truth Perspective: X-Files, Mothman and the inimitable John Keel, and for further reading:
- Mothman at 50: What do we know?
- Man Sees Strange "Mothman-Like" Creature
- Invasion of the Doll People
- UFOs and phone interference
Tue, 22 Nov 2016 14:04 UTC
The question people are asking has changed from "do UFOs exist?" to "are UFOs extraterrestrial spacecraft?" Attributing today's unknown aerial phenomenon to extraterrestrial craft might be a big mental leap to some, but the size of that mental leap continues to decrease. There are a lot of factors that are attributing to that decrease, and one of them comes in the form of body marks and extracted implants from people who've claimed to have extraterrestrial contact. I'm not saying all UFOs are extraterrestrial craft, I believe many of them are also made by humans from classified projects that come from the black budget world. I also believe that many of these implants could have been done by military agencies; but again, I'd like to reiterate that the extraterrestrial hypothesis is not one to take likely, you can read more about the extraterrestrial hypothesis HERE, or later on in this article.
"There are a great many photographs of such body marks, many of which are in an equilateral triangle pattern of red dots on the wrist or near the ankle. Also common are scoop marks," in which it appears as if a small amount of tissue was removed from beneath the skin, leaving an indentation." -Richard Dolan (UFOs and the National Security State, Volume 2)
The case of extracted implants is very fascinating, they are largely reported by abductees, and those who have had experience with UFOs.
This is not a horror movie. It is a real-life mass at Acuna's evangelical exorcism school -- thought to be one of the first in Latin America.
The bespectacled 54-year-old Lutheran pastor trains lay people as "exorcism consultants".
"They study the devil's character and how he works," he told AFP, amid the rich smell of incense.
"The exorcism consultant will be able to determine where there is a case of a demonic presence, possession, oppression, obsession or a curse."
Daily Star (UK)
Tue, 08 Nov 2016 14:39 UTC
The bizarre image - captured on the Victoria Rupes Cliffs on the Solar System's smallest planet - appears to show a rectangular shape sitting next to a crater.
And alien fanatic Scott C. Waring - who first discovered the shape - is certain the object is proof of an alien doorway.
"I was looking over some Mercury photos and found this unusual black doorway," he said.
"It is long and rectangle in shape with four almost perfect right-angled corners.
Mon, 07 Nov 2016 18:21 UTC
The ship -- and the 1,701 barrels of alcohol for fortifying wine it carried -- would never make it to its destination.
And so the mystery began.
The ship was found on Dec. 4 of that year by sailor David Morehouse at the Azores, an autonomous region of Portugal located in the mid-Atlantic.
Morehouse, however, didn't find any traces of Benjamin Briggs, the captain of the Mary Celeste, his wife and two-year-old daughter, and the seven crew members.
Briggs, his family and the crew were never heard from again.
Wed, 26 Oct 2016 10:53 UTC
What do you think it is?
Theories have ranged from the moon peeping out from behind the clouds through to a meteor.
But whatever the object over the Whitby coast is identified as, the photographer - who took the snap at around 7.30pm on Monday night - admits to being 'freaked out' by the experience.
Photographer Andrew Beattie, originally from Yarm, had taken a stroll to the beach in an attempt the capture the aurora.
He said: "I had a walk down to the sea wall near the beach huts to see if I could catch a glimpse of the aurora.
"I set up my tripod and camera and it was pointing out to sea.
"I saw a strange red glow above the light house, around 100 to 150ft above it.
"It then disappeared for a second, so I pointed my camera that way. Then a yellow light appeared for a few seconds with no noise and moved to the side before glowing red and completely vanishing from sight.
Witnessing Father Amorth: "The Vatican Exorcist" at work and the pathology otherwise known as possession
Mon, 31 Oct 2016 02:30 UTC
We have a clergy today who no longer believe in the devil, in exorcism, in the exceptional Evil the devil can instill or even in the power that Jesus bestowed to cast out demons. —FATHER GABRIELE AMORTHSunday morning, May 1 of this year, was Father Amorth's 91st birthday, but he had no plans to celebrate. He awoke just after dawn, said his usual morning prayers and one to Joseph of Cupertino, a 17th-century saint, and another to the late Father Candido Amantini, his mentor. Clutching a walking aid, he shuffled from his cell-like room to the dining room on the third floor of the Paulist Fathers residence, south of Rome's historic center.
After his usual breakfast of caffè latte and biscotti, Father Amorth returned to his room, which had a tall window, a hospital bed, two chairs, and a wooden desk cluttered with pictures of the Virgin Mary and Padre Pio, a priest-mystic who experienced stigmata—bleeding wounds, corresponding to those inflicted on Jesus Christ on the Cross. For the next six hours, Father Amorth reviewed the mail requesting his services from around the world. Each letter contained tragic questions and appeals from people who knew Amorth only by name and reputation. He answered the letters, writing with a fountain pen, licking the envelopes and stamps himself. At two P.M., he knelt again to pray, then arose with difficulty, took up his walking aid, and made his way to an elevator, which took him to the first floor, where the small room dedicated to his work was located. The hallway was empty and dark. Whispering voices and footsteps could be heard, as from a tomb.
His old adversary was waiting.
Comment: So interesting to see how Dr. Lieberman begins this last discussion with his scientific skepticism hat on - and then allows himself to make other associations which suggest the validity of demonic possession.
Wed, 26 Oct 2016 03:02 UTC
Ashley Grayson posted on our Facebook page and said the objects she saw were flying from north to south, possibly from McKellips Road to about Warner Road and Val Vista Driver. She said that there were "airplanes being diverted."
Another guy named Todd posted on Twitter he was at the Queen Creek wash when he saw multiple lights in the sky. He posted a video that has explicit language.
There was also a reported sighting in Globe. Phoenix Skyhawks said they had no planned jumps tonight. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said it didn't receive any crazy calls.
The Anti Media
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 16:56 UTC
Sometimes, however, the signals are too mysterious to explain. There's a reason why you may have seen a sustained social media buzz regarding aliens this past week. A few days ago, two scientists from Laval University in Quebec released a paper arguing they may have just received our first communication from extraterrestrials.
First, a bit of context. This has been an exciting decade for those of us who stargaze in awe, wondering how many sentient beings live in this incomprehensibly enormous universe of ours. First, the search for exoplanets accelerated dramatically, aided by the Keplar telescope, which has identified over 1,000 planets outside of our solar system.