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UFO acclimation now underway?

The NBC show "Dateline" and msnbc.com have put out a request to the public to submit photos and videos of UFOs.

According to the msnbc.com Web site, a show is planned this Sunday, May 18, using photos and videos of UFOs they receive.

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Russian Muslims and Jews admit existence of UFO-people

Moscow - Islamic teaching admits extraterrestrial intelligence, the Muftis' Council of Russia representative stated.

"According to the Holy Koran, the Almighty speaks about creation of various worlds. We know the world of people, jinns, plants and animals. Perhaps, we don't know everything. The Creator can create anything. Other creatures may inhabit the worlds out of our reach," the chairman of the international department of the Muftis' Council Rushan Abbyasov was quoted as saying by the Moskovsky Komsomolets daily on Thursday.

Comment: So we have the Catholic church and the Russian Muslims and Jews who accept believing in extraterrestrial life and the Orthodox church who doesn't - but do accept the "demon" spirits. One can't but question: Why this sudden interest of monotheistic religions in the UFO and this need to take a public stance on the matter?


The Orthodox Church negates UFO-people - a Theology professor

Moscow - The Orthodoxy excludes a possibility of existing extraterrestrial intelligence, the famous theologian and professor of the Moscow Theological Academy Alexey Osipov said.

"From the point of Orthodox theology, there're no grounds for talking about extraterrestrial civilizations that have reason and can create something," Osipov said to Interfax-Religion.


Oahu North Shore Hawaii Mystery Jolt

KGMB9 has made multiple calls, but so far what caused a jolt on Oahu's North Shore Tuesday night, is a mystery.


Animal psychic 'finds' missing dog

A pet owner claimed she rescued her missing dog by using an animal psychic to locate it.

Nikki Newcombe, 35, spent a week digging and using thermal imaging cameras to find her missing Jack Russell Marmite but failed.

In desperation, she rang animal psychic Pea Horsley, 35, who claims to be able to telepathically communicate with any species.

The clairvoyant claimed to see pictures of Marmite's location and the route he had taken, despite being 100 miles away.


Dear MoD: where is ET?

For decades the Ministry of Defence (MoD) kept what it knew about UFOs locked away in its archives. Now, the contents of what have been called Britain's X-Files are finally being revealed. One of the UK's leading UFO experts told Radio 4's Today programme about his hunt.

MoD UFO file
©MoD / BBC News
The MoD UFO files have sparked numerous conspiracy theories


On the road to nowhere: The legend of Akakor

In 1973, Erich von Däniken, at the height of his fame, claimed in his book The Gold of the Gods that he had found a gigantic subterranean tunnel system in Southern America. It was a major claim - and one that seriously would tarnish his profile, for his source would soon deny he had said no such thing. For many, the incident proved that von Däniken was a fabricator of lies.

The story that brought von Däniken to South America partly began in the Brazilian town of Manaus. There, on March 3, 1972, a German journalist Karl Brugger met a local Amazonian Indian, Tatunca Nara, in the backstreet tavern Gracas a Deus. The meeting would result in Brugger's book The Chronicle of Akakor, published in 1976, which saw a number of foreign editions and created the legend of Akakor, a mythical town somewhere deep within the Amazonian jungle, still left to be discovered.

Mythical cities in Amazonia
©Karl Brugger


Britain releases batch of files on UFO sightings

LONDON - The men were air traffic controllers. Experienced, calm professionals. Nobody was drinking. But they were so worried about losing their jobs that they demanded their names be kept off the official report.

No one, they knew, would believe their claim an unidentified flying object landed at the airport they were overseeing in the east of England, touched down briefly, then took off again at tremendous speed. Yet that's what they reported happened at 4 p.m. on April 19, 1984.

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Believing in aliens not opposed to Christianity, Vatican's top astronomer says

The Director of the Vatican's Observatory, Fr. José Gabriel Funes, said in an interview with the Vatican daily, L'Osservatore Romano, that believing in the possible existence of extraterrestrial life is not opposed to Catholic doctrine.

Comment: Just what we needed: Catholic 'space brothers' huggers.


Phoenix PD release 911 tapes from 'mystery lights' sighting

©Tony Toporek

Police have released dozens of 9-1-1 calls tied to an April sighting when hundreds of Valley residents spotted 'mystery lights' in the night sky over Phoenix.

The two CDs released Thursday have 40 to 50 minutes worth of audio from callers who saw the strange lights on April 21 and expressed everything from fear to disbelief.