Author: Serena Dracus

How the search for mythical monsters can help conservation in the real world

In defence of cryptozoologists: we have a lot to learn from their curiosity and sense of wonder Bill Adams, Shane McCorristine Tuesday 1 August 2017 11:07 BST After fears the Loch Ness monster had “disappeared” last winter, a new sighting in May 2017 was celebrated by its enthusiasts. The search for monsters and mythical creatures (or “cryptids”) such as Nessie, the Yeti or Bigfoot is known as “cryptozoology”. On the face of it, cryptozoology has little in common with mainstream conservation. First, it is widely held to be a pseudoscience, because it does not follow the scientific methods so...

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Creepy Stories and Theories About the Black Knight Satellite

Jen Lennon Black Knight satellite conspiracy theories are so juicy you wanna believe them. From ancient civilizations to alien technology, the source material is too good to be denied. Nikola Tesla is even involved. Everything connected to Tesla is too good to be true, including David Bowie’s portrayal of him in Christopher Nolan’s The Prestige. Wait, and didn’t Nolan also direct The Dark Knight? Doesn’t that sound a lot like Black Knight? There’s another conspiracy for you right there. The mythology of the Black Knight satellite is so dense and thorny critics dismissed it as a collection of unrelated tales. But if you look hard...

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Navigating the Eclipse Corridor & Timeline Shift

Jenny Schiltz  15th Aug 2017 We are smack dab in the eclipse corridor and timeline shift. So much is shifting within and “out there”. The energies are doing exactly what they are supposed to do. They are changing us in all ways. In one moment the energies are high and they open our heart chakras so wide that we feel bursting with love and oneness. Then we feel like we have “fallen” as all that is no longer compatible with a wide open heart chakra is brought to the surface to be resolved. It can make us feel like we...

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10 Alleged Underwater Alien UFO Bases

Marcus Lowth June 13, 2016 Sometimes referred to as USOs (Unidentified Submerged Objects) or UUOs (Unidentified Underwater Objects), sightings of strange lights and crafts emerging from, or descending into, the seas, oceans, and lakes around the world are quite widespread. Some UFO researchers and investigators even claim that there are underwater alien bases present in the vicinity of these aquatic sightings. Here are 10 of the most interesting claims. 10. Underwater Base Off The Coast Of Malibu California has been a UFO hot spot for years, so when it was theorized that a structure discovered 600 meters (2,000 ft) below the water...

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Deflecting a Cheap Shot: Remote Viewing and the Nazca Lines

Some people love to find fault. Some of them are journalists—or at least pretend to be. Such is the case with a website named “MuckRock,” which bills itself as “a non-profit collaborative news site that gives you the tools to keep our government transparent and accountable.” Given that there is an abundance of rich fodder in the area of government transparency and accountability these days, one wonders why the MuckRock folks would waste their time on a tiny government program closed down and, seemingly, abandoned more than twenty years ago. Yet they do. The Star Gate remote viewing program...

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