Thursday, October 14, 2010

October 33rd, or Another Mass UFO Landing That Wasn't

The big news on October 13th was the rescue of the Chilean miners, which a lot of you are probably getting sick of hearing about by now.


Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Alien Dreaming: In Excelsis, Part 10/13

By the time you read this, the headlines will be screaming about mass UFO landings all across the globe or it will be just another ordinary day in October. 

Monday, October 11, 2010

The Netherworld

There's "fiction" and then there's "nonfiction." And in between there is a netherworld of fiction/non/fiction that resonates on a level that neither truth nor lies can hope to equal. 

Friday, October 08, 2010

Secret Sun Picture Parade: The Falcon has Landed

UFOs continue to make the headlines, particularly these stories from China. My automatic reaction is to dismiss any sighting in the mainstream media as a hoax and/or a setup, but the story being circulated about military testing seems more than a bit off to me, as if the Chinese are trying to control the narrative by leading people to believe it's all some kind of test.

Monday, October 04, 2010

AstroGnostic: The Event and 10.13

Strap yourself in, we're going for a wild ride...

The event in this past week's episode of The Event was the crash of the ill-fated jetliner in the Arizonan desert, after being diverted through some type of wormhole from its suicide run. 

And the mysterious others in Alaska seem to be some kind of Gnostic super race, trapped here in the realm of the Demiurge and his murderous archons.

Sunday, October 03, 2010

Astronaut Theology: The Beat Goes On



So the question still stands - why all of the sudden interest in UFOs and aliens in the media and among the scientific establishment lately? 

Friday, October 01, 2010

Something's Happening Here

 Where were we? Well, we were talking about the UN alien-ambassador story which was announced, then denied, then "debunked," then the subject of a legal complaint against the would-be debunkers.The story seems to have kicked up a hornet's nest behind the scenes, with claims and and counterclaims and denials, giving the distinct impression- to me, at least- that someone's been telling tales out of school.