A Travel-Friendly Book
By Timothy Green Beckley
Reviewed by Sean Casteel
Each year thousands of adventuresome travelers head out with backpack and hi
By Robert Scheer
Even if Sedona didn't have its vortexes, this Arizona city would still be a wonderful place to visit, with its clean air, agreeable climate, abundant activities and spectacular scenery. But, for many spiritually-minded visitors, it is the vortexes that make the area truly
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November 30 - December 9, 2011
Journey with us to the vibrant and beautiful countries of Guatemala and Honduras to reconnect to source and unite with the heart of the Maya on our 2011 Maya Sacred Path to 2012 program. This is a tour series which began in 2005 and will be offered each year lea
The UK's premier event on the unexplained September 17th & 18th 2011 - Swindon, Wiltshire
A full weekend of top speakers discussing a variety of fascinating, thought provoking, controversial and evidence based topics from ancient technologies to cryptozoology, myths and le
Originally published: 17:30 October 7, 2008
Are the Anakim or the Refaim, the giants of the Bible returning to Israel today? There are only two periods of recorded history when giants were reported in Israel; In biblical days from the time of the Flood to the ascension of King David and
SEVEN BILLION PYRAMIDS: the Great Pyramid of Egypt’s Most Disturbing Teachings
The first two articles of this three part series on the Great Pyramid made my theories quite clear; that the structure was designed and built to represent us. Now we're going to dive deeper into wha
A priest named Berenger Sauniere lived at the mysterious Rennes Chateau in France.
He died on January 22 1917 after he became suddenly ill on January 17 1917. His vestments that he left his estate may show a clue to his spiritual and philosophical mind. The vestment had beautifully stitched a
by Diane Maclean
Publisher's Note: I find this story one of the most fascinating of all paranormal tales. I desperately want to believe - it would be wonderful if it were. It could be trick photography: a double exposure. But what if it isn't?
If you had asked yo
The town of Glastonbury in the Southwest of England is probably the best-known sacred site in the U.K., for it is linked to Jesus, the Holy Grail, and King Arthur.
Tradition holds that Joseph of Arimathea, the uncle of Jesus, came to Glastonbury in 37 A.D., bringing with him the chalice from
Dirk Vander Ploeg's
"Quest for Middle Earth"
A UFO Digest Book Review
By Robert D. Morningstar
(Copyright 2007, RDM* - All Rights Reserved)
It has often been stated, almost as an axiom but also like a litany, that &quo
Publisher's Note: My wife and I visited London in 2004 and we took the Jack the Ripper Tour. It was at night. I believe it started around 7 pm. It was pouring 'cats and dogs' but we with about another dozen souls trudged on walking the very streets that Jack the Ripper did
By Scott Corrales
UFO Digest Latin America Correspondent
For some three decades, people from all corners of the world have visited the Mexican town of Puente Jula to be freed from alleged demonic possession during collective services
Have you ever felt the sorrow and pain of losing your beloved dog? Perhaps you were traveling and somehow your dog wandered off while you were distracted. Or it found a hole in the fence in your backyard. Or, horrors of horror, your dear friend and companion was stolen from your
Everything consists of Set and AntiSet.
Set is all that which is.
AntiSet is all that which is not there but is truly there.
Set is the object.
AntiSet is the mathematical equation that forms the object.
(Object) and ( ) none object. Both are there one just is invis
By Terrence Aym
Remember the stories about the pieces stolen from Cairo Museum during the revolt against President Mubarak? Apparently, like so much you read in the bought media, things turned out rather different. Several museums were targeted. In one, the looters ended up stricken with the