Thu, 20 Oct 2016 14:38 UTC
Uploaded by YouTuber ApexTV, the five-minute clip has been viewed almost 200,000 times and apparently shows the mythical beast flying over an unnamed mountain range somewhere near the border between China and Laos.
Sun, 16 Oct 2016 10:04 UTC
Sat, 15 Oct 2016 06:07 UTC
Time and distance separate us from some of these events in such a way that it is quite understandable how contemporary researchers would feel more comfortable dismissing them as rumor, journalistic exaggeration or outright hoax. Publishing pictures of lights in the sky is far more satisfying, of course.
Nevertheless, I feel these cases deserve their day in court, despite the inability to put the events -- or their witnesses -- on the stand.
Comment: For more information on bizarre and unexplained phenomena, you can read popular UFO researcher Richard Dolan's review of Laura Knight-Jadczyk's book, The High Strangeness of Dimensions, Densities, and the Process of Alien Abduction. The book can be purchased on Amazon and through the publisher, Red Pill Press.
The Mirror, UK
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 14:11 UTC
A UFO enthusiast claims a strange multi-coloured light 'broke' her video camera as she tried to record it hovering over her house.
The woman, who reveals on her YouTube channel that her name is Melody, describes multi-coloured ball of light, that appear to be chasing an orange 'orb'. At several points throughout the footage, the mysterious ball appears to change from red to blue to green, but that wasn't the strangest thing she noticed.
In the video, Melody says: "There is a humming noise coming from this craft. "We're not sure if it's a form of military helicopter that was investigating that orange glowing ball, or was it some, UFO, perhaps an alien spacecraft? "As I came out to film it, our camcorder began to malfunction."
Comment: About the Starlings of Light YouTube Channel:
This channel is dedicated to sharing important channeled messages. It is run by Dwayne & Melody, who for a while had been uploading the messages to their own accounts. We have been channeling groups such as those of the Galactic Federation Of Light for a long while. We dedicate our life to spiritual knowledge through growing and sharing that love and light. We also do psychic readings and sell metaphysical goods through our shop, Dark Secret Creations. This channel will be dedicated to sharing the messages from our Galactic Family of the Galactic Federation Of Light to aid in the global ascension.
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 19:02 UTC
The accusation of demon possession has a long history within early Christian literature and liturgy - even if demon possession seems only the stuff of horror movies today.
For hundreds of years, demons were seen by early Christians as one of the main causes of disease. Consequently, demon possession and one of its cures, exorcism, were accepted parts of healing in the later Roman empire into the middle ages. A number of early Christian authors point to demons as the spreaders of sickness. In the third century, the writer Tertullian's Apology (22) even notes that such demons inflict "sickness and other grievous calamities upon our bodies." He also alleged that demons specifically taught women to use magical herbs. As Nicole Kelley, a professor of Religion at Florida State University has argued, demons were one way for early Christians to explain epilepsy and other sicknesses. Demonic thoughts could also creep in and cause havoc. The monk Evagrius Ponticus (345-399 CE) proposed eight cardinal demonic thoughts: gluttony, lust, greed, anger, sadness, acedia (sloth), vainglory, and pride. These eight would later be reworked as the seven deadly sins, as further developed by thinkers such as a monk named John Cassian and then Pope Gregory the Great.
Comment: The author is correct; historical misogyny in the form of accusations of demonic possession/evil is nothing new. For an in-depth discussion of these types of accusations as they relate to several other important historical issues, read: Witches, Comets and Planetary Cataclysms. (you'll be happy you did!)
Sometimes, though, these types of accusations may have some validity!: Top Russian Exorcist: Hillary shows 'clear signs' of demonic possession
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 14:29 UTC
There was a time when this sort of thing would have gone down as 'The Great North Carolina Lights', but now it's almost an everyday occurrence!
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 09:38 UTC
Authorities claim extra sanitization was needed after they noticed sensitive material had been missed which did not have a Freedom of Information (FoI) exemption - meaning it could not be released to the waiting public.
A spokesman for the National Archives told German paranormal website Grenzwissenschaft-Aktuell that:
"The National Archives (TNA) and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) had agreed a timetable for the release of these records which would have made the records available for the public at TNA this autumn.
Unfortunately, following the transfer of files to TNA in June, additional information which is covered by FoI exemption was identified, resulting in the files being returned to the MoD in August.
"This has delayed the release of these files. The MoD are now ensuring that all information that is covered by an exemption is identified."
The UFO appeared on Wednesday evening in the Praille area near Geneva stadium. Footage of the unusual dark circular object was captured by numerous witnesses, with several people posting photos and videos on social media.
"Everyone sees the same thing as me ???" asked Servette FC footballer Matías Vitkieviez on Facebook. "It's completely crazy!!! UFO above the industrial area behind the stage of la praille #ufogva."
One witness told Tribune de Genève that the UFO emitted a shrill noise and was "as big as a plane."
Thu, 13 Oct 2016 16:35 UTC
The archdiocese of Milan in northern Italy has doubled the number of its exorcists, while an exorcism hotline has been launched in Rome, but those in the field claim it isn't nearly enough.
Rome's most famous exorcist, Father Gabriele Amorth (pictured), died last month and his successor, Father Vincenzo Taraborelli, says that he cannot keep up with the daily requests for liberation from demonic influence. "Padre Vincenzo," as he is known, handles some 30 "clients" a day, and is calling on the Church to appoint more priests as exorcists to share in the mission of satanic deliverance.
"There are only nine of us left and many more are needed," he said. "We need other priests like me to meet the needs of so many families."
Last month, an Italian documentary on exorcism called Liberami won the award for "best film" in the Venice Horizons category at this year's Venice Film Festival, drawing still more attention to this rapidly growing industry.
Tue, 11 Oct 2016 14:54 UTC
Brett Anderson captured the two lights in an almost four minute long video he posted online.
Mr Anderson wrote that he filmed the lights about 10.45pm.
"There was no sound coming from them, and as you can see, one shot something out of itself and then stopped, while the other one crossed its path then continued on over my head and of into the distance," he wrote.
Another social media post on Facebook indicates the lights were also seen at Bellvista, west of Caloundra.
Donna Radcliffe took to the Sunshine Coast Community Board to see if anyone else saw two bright orange lights in the Bellvista area about 11.30pm.
There was speculation that the lights were space junk burning up or drones.