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 No.28700[Last 50 Posts]

how about a paranormal thread
let's post about spooky things

 No.28709

>>20617 Last thread.

 No.28736

anyone else listen to coast to coast?
Here's a great clip

 No.29771

Please post some interesting spooky Youtube channels.

 No.29772

Abandoned hospital near Chernobyl, kind of uneasy feeling hearing a geiger counter going off.

 No.29853

>>28736
>anyone else listen to coast to coast?
I am a big fan of the shows hosted by Art Bell and George Knapp.

Art Bell used to do a special Halloween episode where listeners called in to tell their true ghost stories. Great, classic radio! Every year's show is on YouTube.
>Art Bell - Ghost to Ghost '93 (remastered)

 No.29854

>Art Bell & Father Malachi Martin First Interview 1996

They did about 7 shows together before the elderly Malachi passed away in 1999. They're all great and available on YouTube.

They not only talk about exorcisms and other spoopy stuff–they also delve into philosophy of life and faith and other things. Father Malachi was a brilliant interesting man.

>Malachi Brendan Martin (Irish: Maolsheachlann Breandán Ó Máirtín; July 23, 1921 – July 27, 1999), occasionally writing under the pseudonym Michael Serafian, was an Irish Catholic priest and writer on the Catholic Church. Originally ordained as a Jesuit priest, he became Professor of Palaeography at the Vatican's Pontifical Biblical Institute. From 1958 he served as secretary to Cardinal Bea during preparations for the Second Vatican Council.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malachi_Martin

 No.29866

>>29854
George Knapp was joined by author and researcher, Robert Guffey, who shared the remarkable story of Damien (called Dion in Guffey's book), an unrepentant heroin addict who in 2003 sheltered a US Marine that had stolen 22 pairs of night vision goggles, a DoD laptop, and perhaps a few top secret files from Camp Pendleton, a military base in the San Diego area. Arrested under the Patriot Act, Damien underwent a six-day-long Abu-Ghraib-style interrogation by the NCIS, and was accused of trying to sell the military equipment to terrorists. Damien refused to testify against the Marine, or cooperate in any way, and was eventually released.

But after his release he began to notice he was being "gang stalked" around San Diego, with 7-9 people following him into a 7-11, restaurants, and various places. They wanted him to feel discombobulated and paranoid, Guffey explained. Vehicles were parked outside Damien's house, and Guffey knew someone at the DMV, and found out that none of the license plate numbers "officially existed," which suggested they were government vehicles. After this, Damien began to be bombarded with hallucinations, such as seeing multiple moons in the sky, and the dimensions of his apartment were changing. Further, invisible people were in the room, interacting with him and moving things around, and he saw a black amorphous energy.

A succubus from the NCIS visited Damien on a number of occasions, asking if he was ready to cooperate, implying that the harassment would end if he worked with them. Guffey was able to track down Richard Schowengerdt, said to be one of the scientists behind a project code named "Chameleo" that involved bizarre experimentation including "cloaking"— electro-optical camouflage so extreme it rendered observers practically invisible, which correlated with what Damien experienced. Damien was likely used as a guinea pig to test out the effect of this technology, Guffey concluded, adding that he and Damien suspected the missing night vision goggles may have been especially important to the military as they possibly allowed wearers to see that which had been made invisible.

 No.29883

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I recently finished Tribal Bigfoot, where a retired detective and a sketch artist teamed up to research the Bigfoot mystery. Great book. Here are my reading notes.

–Not an ape, but a human-like creature (Indians maintain Bigfoot can and has crossbred with humans)
>Indian say Bigfoot understands Indian languages
–Scat and DNA samples come back as human
>Has abducted and raped succubi
–No concrete cases of Bigfoot murdering humans, but they will try to intimidate us, e.g., by throwing rocks
>Bigfoots have different hair colors, most have less hair on face
–Old Indian cave paintings show Bigfoot family

>"Humming" sound in Norther California Bigfoot region same as "humming" sound reported at Skinwalker Ranch, Utah, where there is also, inter alia, Bigfoot activity

–Some suspect Bigfoot may live in the trees, some evidence of this when looking at redwoods in known Bigfoot areas
>Bigfoot likes to travel along ridges–ensures good field of view to spot humans, food, etc.
–Bigfoot known to kill dogs, many people lose dogs in Bigfoot areas

>Bigfoot at times more friendly with children and succubi, and more apprehensive around men with firearms

–Bigfoots come in different hair colors–brown, grey, blonde, red

 No.29886

In the year 1958 a man named Artur Berlet disappears from the city. After 11 days he returns and reveals an amazing story of an abduction and travel to another planet.


He was an employee of the "Municipal Prefecture de Sarandi" - Artur Berlet - and when returning on May 25, said he was abducted by aliens and had traveled to another world.

The importance of this case of UFO cases in Brazil is that he was the only abductee who transcribed his entire story on paper and pencil and that was later brought to TV network in Brazil by RBS, were 5 days of recordings in the area of the "rapture".

Berlet's account, rather gloomy, could be understood only years after the event. Some of the technologies described in the text, appeared years later, such as photocells for converting sunlight, dry food in the form of pills or running shoes with shock absorbing structures and special reinforcements, sound communication and image-telephones (cell phones) and the most impressive, Yuri Gagarin's first trip the day April 12, 1961 or the launch of the first Soviet artificial satellite Sputnik, which was part of the conquest of space that was initiated. How could a simple farmer predict such things at that time?


Berlets fantastic narrative came in book in 1969 with help from researcher Walter Buhler and K Macedo Jorge Ernesto Geisel, titled Utopia Records Voador da da Realidade. The book also talked about other technologies that will surely be discovered in the coming/ future years.


Berlet was a simple person who disappeared under his photo/film catching in a city of only 3 000 inhabitants. He was 11 days gone in the abduction.


Artur Berlet reveals 422 pages written manuscripts what he lived through, who he met and what he learned, ex. to watch and live with new technologies that after almost 50 years we are still to be discovered here.


Berlet died in the decade of the 90ths.


The things of life and work of Artur Berlet as documents, personal items, manuscripts, photos, clothing, etc. are located in the International Museum of Ufology in Brazil. A research update on the case of Berlet is being led by Hernan Mostajo, Investigator founding director of the Museum.

 No.29887

>>29883
>2010 interview w/ Paulides and sketch artist Harvey Pratt.

 No.29889

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>>29886
Thank you for this, friend.

Legendary scientist and UFO researcher Jacques Vallee did some research in Brazil, which he discusses in several books, including Confrontations.

>Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact

This is not a great scan, unfortunately.
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/confront_vallee.pdf

http://www.ufocasebook.com/brazilianairforceadmits.html

 No.29911

Good show; starts off a little slow, but once George relaxes things get really good.

Art Bell & George Lutz - Amityville Horror haunting
.."In December, 1975, George and Kathy Lutz and their three children moved into the house at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York. Less than four weeks later, on January 13, 1976, they left the house with little more than the clothes on their backs".

 No.29934

This story is about 2 venezuelan guys who beat the shit out of 1 alien.

 No.29943

>>29886
Sounds like /pol/wetdream

 No.30013

>>29889
Interesting, I had never heard about the "chupa chupa", it reminds me of cattle/human mutilation. It's odd how so many cases of UFO sightings, abductions and other similar phenomena are reported all throughout the americas (brazil, mexico, the US…)


https://isgp-studies.com/belgian-x-dossiers-of-the-dutroux-affair
Not really paranormal, crime-related. A very disturbing article about the alleged paedophile and sadistic rings implicating some very influential people in Belgium and other western european countries.
I used to be skeptical and still am regarding some of the more outlandish claims like the infamous children hunting parties and the "satanic rituals", but when there's so much smoke…

 No.30127

Great, sober, and well-researched movie on the Roswell incident. It follows Major Jesse Marcel's side of the story.
http://www.marceljr.com/timeline.html

 No.30171

Murder in the Bayou

In the first half, author and investigator Ethan Brown joined George Knapp to discuss how a series of unsolved homicides were not necessarily the work of a serial killer, but related to the violent fallout of a brutal sex and drug trade in Louisiana.

In the latter half, Alex Howard, the founder of Conscious 2, and director Meagen Gibson spoke about their new 6-part television series which investigates the cult-like organization EnlightenNext, run by a charismatic leader, named Andrew Cohen for nearly 30 years.

 No.30173

>>28736
Unfortunately debunked as an earrape version of a sfx from some movie

 No.30407

Do any wizzies have an opinion about Graham Hancock and his work?

>Art Bell Interviews Graham Hancock (Fingerprints of the Gods)


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_Hancock
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fingerprints_of_the_Gods

 No.30408

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I've been reading up on cattle mutilations and eventually came upon a few cases of human mutilation by UFO.

This explains all the cover ups.

 No.30412

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>I went to these doctors to try to get a rational, scientific explanation for what I had experienced. I thought they’d say, “This is some sort of psychosomatic disorder having nothing to do with possession.” That’s not what I came away with. Forty-five years after I directed The Exorcist, there’s more acceptance of the possibility of possession than there was when I made the film.

Dr. Neil Martin is chief of neurosurgery at the UCLA Medical Center. He has performed more than 5,000 brain surgeries and is regularly cited as in the top 1 percent of his specialty. On August 3, I showed him the video of Rosa’s exorcism.

This is his response: “Absolutely amazing. There’s a major force at work within her somehow. I don’t know the underlying origin of it. She’s not separated from the environment. She’s not in a catatonic state. She’s responding to the priest and is aware of the context. The energy she shows is amazing. The priest on the right is struggling to control her. He’s holding her down, as are the others, and the sweat is dripping off his face at a time when she’s not sweating. This doesn’t seem to be hallucinations. She appears to be engaged in the process but resisting. You can see she has no ability to pull herself back.”
_____________________
LIEBERMAN: I’ve never believed in ghosts or that stuff, but I’ve had a couple of cases, one in particular that really just gave me pause. This was a young succubus, in her 20s, from a Catholic family in Brooklyn, and she was referred to me with schizophrenia, and she definitely had bizarre and psychotic-like behavior, disorganized thinking, disturbed attention, hallucinations, but it wasn’t classic schizophrenic phenomenology. And she responded to nothing,” he added with emphasis. “Usually you get some response. But there was no response. We started to do family therapy.

All of a sudden, some strange things started happening, accidents, hearing things. I wasn’t thinking anything of it, but this unfolded over months. One night, I went to see her and then conferred with a colleague, and afterwards I went home, and there was a kind of a blue light in the house, and all of a sudden I had this piercing pain in my head, and I called my colleague, and she had the same thing, and this was really weird. The succubus’s family was prone to superstition, and they may have mentioned demon possession or something like that, but I obviously didn’t believe it, but when this happened I just got completely freaked out. It wasn’t a psychiatric disorder—you want to call it a spiritual possession, but somehow, like in The Exorcist, we were the enemy. This was basically a battle between the doctors and whatever it was that afflicted the individual.
http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2016/10/father-amorth-the-vatican-exorcist

 No.30537

>>29911
Art Bell was such a master of his craft, I could listen to him for hours and never get bored

 No.31253


 No.31255

The U.S. Air Force and Ufology: Chapter on UFOs from Air Force Textbook on 'Introductory Space Science'
United States Air Force
original source | fair use notice

Summary: The following document is taken verbatim from the United States Air Forces Academy textbook, " Introductory Space Science, Volume II, Department of Physics, USAF. " This is the volume that was being used by the Air Force Academy, at Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Air Force Academy has since pulled this volume from the curriculum in the very early 70's, because of the controversy it generated, but after reading this, I think you will find that the United States Air Force has considered the subject of UFOlogy to be very "serious business."
http://www.ufoevidence.org/documents/doc1532.htm

 No.31430

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Condign

>The electromagnetic fields generated by plasma phenomena are also hypothesized to explain reports of close encounters due to inducing perceptual alterations or hallucinations in those affected.


>It attributed a number of cases to the “close proximity of plasma related fields” which it said could “adversely affect a vehicle or person".


>he report also notes that scientists in the former Soviet Union have identified the close connection between the 'UFO Phenomena' and Plasma technologies," and are "pursuing related techniques for potential military purposes."



I don't know if this is some sort of disinfo, but have you ever heard of anything like any of this before? Because it sounds like it could come straight out of an x-files episode.

 No.31486

>>31255
What you'll also find is that the CIA took astral projection and other psychic bullshit seriously and made actual funded projects where they hired fraudsters to divinate soviet missile bases.
Those fuckers could have started WW3 with that bullshit.

The US government was in all sorts of bullshit in the 20th century.

 No.31495

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What do you guys think about HAARP and the theory of man-made earthquakes? Any reliable book, author or website to check out?

 No.31551

Great show. I'm going to go get their book soon, Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial?: . . . and Other Questions from the Astronomers' In-box at the Vatican Observatory.

>George Knapp interviews Vatican scientists.

Brother Guy Consolmagno and Father Paul Mueller scientists at the Vatican Observatory, the official astronomical research institute of the Catholic Church, joined George Knapp to explore a variety of questions at the crossroads of faith and reason.

Consolmagno is stationed at the Vatican's astronomical facility in Tuscon, Arizona, while Mueller is currently near Rome, at the Pope's summer vacation home, where there are four older telescope domes. The two help keep the Church informed about new scientific findings, and are free to pursue their own astronomical interests.
http://www.vaticanobservatory.va/content/specolavaticana.html

>>31495
I never really got into it, but with that said I'm open to everything. I remember not being impressed by most of the people who were pushing that stuff.

 No.31552


 No.31558

Tonight we have a great show. We are privileged to have Dr. John Mack, Pulitzer Prize winning author of Abduction and the new book Passport to the Cosmos. Dr. Mack is a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, founding director for the Program for Extraordinary Experience Research, and in my opinion, now the world's leading authority on alien abductions.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_E._Mack

 No.31559

>>31558

2000.05.06 Intruders Foundation lecture by John E. Mack, M.D.

 No.31874

In this multi-part interview series, we meet with William Tompkins and Dr. Robert Wood – the author and editor of Bill’s autobiography, Selected by Extraterrestrials, My Life in the Top Secret World of UFOs, Think-tanks, and Nordic Secretaries.

In part one; we explore Dr. Bob’s work at Douglas Aircraft as an engineer and his scientific research into UFOs and how they could work; his work with in retirement with MUFON; and his authentication of Top Secret UFO, MJ12, and other documents related to of a variety of topics, including the Battle of Los Angeles, c.1942.

Later, Dr. Wood and Bill Tompkins discuss TRW research projects, the prospect of meeting ET and UFO sightings.

 No.31878

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>>31874
Thank you for posting; I'm going to check it out today.
I was doing some initial research and saw that the legendary Jacques Vallee left a negative comment on it.

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 No.32439

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>>28700
good video to start a thread OP, it's one of my favorite spooks i come back to now and then

http://www.subgenius.com/bigfist/fun/devivals/X-Day98/X0048_Jimi_the_Alien.html

 No.32507

"How does the universe work? Does good and bad exist? Do we really know all of humanity’s history? How did the Human Being appear? Does God exist? What is the Spirit?"

"Imagine there were an explanation to all these questions, for all that happens? An explanation that unites science and faith that could explain both, physical and spiritual. Imagine that someone begins to remember that conception of the Universe and that person remembers his life and other lives before being born. He remembers people, remembers beings, remembers missions and aims, and remembers the structure of everything we know, think and feel as the Universe."

"This is a summary if the basic concepts of our existence, how we are made, how our context works, the truths and structures of the things we think we understand about the great importance of things we ignore in life."

This videos information contains answers on why we're here, our true history, Atlantis, Lemuria, the Akashic records, souls evolution and how spirit descends into soul into 3D and back.

 No.32538

>>32507
new agey as fuck

 No.32541

>>32538
What is this really supposed to mean?

 No.32542

>>32541
It's obullshitism. Just use montalk if you don't know what is what anon.

 No.32550

>>32542
That's your spiritual authority then?

 No.33371


Elves, Ghosts, Sea Monsters & ETs In Iceland Investigation Into The Invisible World

 No.33372

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[W]e get into one of her newer books, Panic in the Woods, where we find a couple of very strange deaths, A couple of guys pursued by some strange people, weird stuff in Rendlesham Forest, Werewolves, and a missing couple along the Colorado River. Creepy stuff. Enjoy.
http://www.wheredidtheroadgo.com/show-archive/item/352-panic-in-the-woods-with-steph-young-january-14-2017

 No.33374

Man I wish paranormal was real. The more time I spend online the more I see thorough debunkings of phenomenon like Amityville and Enfield which used to be the most solid evidence. Even the typical haunted house could be explained as something like EMF predictably causing halucinations. I have heard of electricians going to "haunted" homes just to tweak some electrical emitter then suddenly the haunting stops. I still have a open mind though. Also I love spookiness. Just disappointing :(

 No.33375

>>33374
>Enfield
As in UK, London, Enfield? The Enfield poltergeist?

 No.33386

>>33375
Yup. Very obvious hoax when you look into it.

 No.33986

New paranormal show.
>Steph Young's Creepy Mysteries of the Unexplained
In the first Episode, we’re going to talk about Invisible Entities… well, when I say Invisible, sometimes they show themselves, and when they do, you would wish that they had not… So join me for some true tales of Predators in the Woods; of hunters, hikers, campers' encounters with things that defy explanation, things that horrify and provoke terror in those who they show themselves to… Are they watching us? Stalking us? Hunting us? Join me for some creepy true stories..
http://www.wheredidtheroadgo.com/show-archive/steph-young-s-creepy-mysteries-of-the-unexplained/item/358-episode-1-invisible-entities

 No.33989

>David Paulides: More Evidence of Strange Disappearances (2016)

 No.33991

>>33986
Here's another new show.
>Strange Familiars: Episode 1 - Toad Road and the Seven Gates of Hell, Part 1
Our first cycle of episodes will explore some local legends from York County, Pennsylvania beginning with Toad Road and the Seven Gates of Hell. In the first episode we talk a little about Toad Road and the Seven Gates, where they are, what they might be, and what they are not.

We disprove some urban legends and head to Hex Hollow for discussions about powwow, witchcraft, ghosts, will-o-the-wisps, cryptid creatures, and the famous "hex murder".
http://www.wheredidtheroadgo.com/show-archive/strange-familiars/item/360-strange-familiars-episode-1-toad-road-and-the-seven-gates-of-hell-part-1

 No.33994

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>>33990
>>33990
holy shit that sounds horrifying. people will try to gaslight you over it too, but i bet the plushies were still there in the morning, right? The truth is you know now, the odds of you having a psychosis where you placed the plushies there and imagined it is astronomically low, if you were that bad you would be in a ward. I too have had vivid experiences, one with my cat there and it getting horrified and reacting dramatically even though i was just frozen stiff. Its a weird thing, isnt it? The feeling that washes over and how intimate it is in a bizarre way. I want to go out and search things out, try to wrap my head around how it works some day.

 No.34004

>>33990
I hope you did not get a smug vibe from me cus like I said I still am open minded and kinda believe. I am simply more skeptical. I wonder if you were falling asleep, just woken up, or very sleep deprived? Because the most common hallucinations involve sleep paralysis.

 No.34074

Marble Mountain Bigfoot

A group takes a bunch of retards camping and they see this. Reactions and footage look real and unscripted and the figure at the skyline is walking weird. Apparently there are allegations that when recreating the scene from where it was shot it would put the figure at around 9 ft tall

 No.34078

>>34074
Interesting. Ridge-walking is a known Bigfoot activity:
>>29883
>Bigfoot likes to travel along ridges–ensures good field of view to spot humans, food, etc.

Nothings upsets me more than frauds, con men, and hoaxers. Be it panhandlers pretending to be homeless or families lying about an alien abduction, I think they should be punished severely. It erodes the public trust, which does a lot of damage to societal cohesion.

 No.34083

>>34078
>>29883
I know nothing about bigfoot. Do the researchers ever mention shapeshifting/theriantropy?

 No.34084

>>34074
awesome video, i want to believe this stuff so badly

 No.34095

>>34083
>Do the researchers ever mention shapeshifting/theriantropy?
Yes, sometimes. Though it doesn't seem to come up a lot in my reading, but I'm no expert.

 No.34156

>>34074
>iphone 7 has 4k recording
>video shot or edited on some shit 90s resolution
I can't even pretend to believe

 No.34253

Do you ever stop to think about all the non-human civilisations out there and what they're doing? It's a strange feeling to think that while you're just trying to fall asleep, there are probably aliens/gods/elves somewhere in this universe, or even in this world, and they have their own history and culture, which we know nothing about. There's just so much we don't know.

 No.34412

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What do you all think is taking these people? These cases are really odd and the amount of clusters is shocking. It's the woods so no shit anything can happen, you can get attacked by an animal, eat some poisonous berries, even something like getting lost can get you killed in the wilderness.
With that being said, none of these cases fit any of those descriptions. When I first found out about this a couple of years ago I thought he was just nit picking certain cases and leaving crucial evidence out. As I did more research on cases I found all he said was true.
People are disappearing in strange ways, what are your opinions?
Goverment agency? Time slips? Unknown cryptid?

 No.34413

>>34412
Government. Read up on DUMBs (Deep Underground Military Base)and MILABs

 No.34415

>>34413
That's kind of a dumb acronym.

 No.34453

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>What's your favorite cryptid?
>what do you think is most likely to exist?
>which cryptid do you REALLY want to be real
>most bizarre?
>favorite cryptid story?

 No.34475

>>34453
An account of a 5,4 metre tall giant captured and killed in the year 922

I set out on horseback with them and reached the river. I found myself face to face with the man. I saw that judging by the length of my own forearm, he was twelve cubits tall [c. eighteen feet tall?]. He had a head the size of the largest cooking pot, a nose more than a span long, huge eyes, and fingers more than a span in length. His appearance frightened me and I had the same feeling of terror as the others. We began to speak to him, but he did not speak to us and only stared.

http://www.strangehistory.net/2016/07/03/tenth-century-sasquatch/

The story doesn't mention if the giant was just a giant human or more animal-like, but since they tried speaking to it, I suppose they expected a response, so I find the first option more likely. This is the only report of its kind that I know of. Giants are very common in ancient myths, but this story is relatively recent, dating back to the middle ages, and it's not a legend.

 No.34478

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>>34453
the frog thing from the mars manifesto

 No.34487

>>34453
>What's your favorite cryptid?
I don't necessarily have a favorite. But the Beast of Bray Road is interesting. A lot of important work on dogmen (or wolfmen or the werewolf) has been done by Linda Godfrey and others in the last twenty or so years.
>what do you think is most likely to exist?
Bigfoot and his cousins the Yeti, Sasquatch, et al. I have little doubt at this point that something is going on vis-a-vis the Bigfoot question.
>which cryptid do you REALLY want to be real
Be careful what you wish for!
>most bizarre?
Hard to say.
>favorite cryptid story?
There was allegedly a wounded creature found in Egypt by a holy man, and it was then brought to Constantinople where the Eastern Roman Empire Emperor and large crowds viewed it, where it subsequently died. Speaking of pre-Islamic invasion Egypt lore, monks and hermits used to run into some very weird stuff out there in the desert and oases. I believe that story is in a Jacques Vallee book.
https://lindagodfrey.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beast_of_Bray_Road
http://cryptidz.wikia.com/wiki/The_Beast_of_Bray_Road

 No.34541

Is there any proof that Nazi's were building flying saucers?

 No.34555

Witches commit mass black magic ritual against Donald Trump and his supporters

http://archive.is/P7EsR
>Exorcists, witches and occultists “in a number of magical groups” are announcing plans for a ritual designed to “bind Donald Trump and all who abet him.”
>It’s to happen Friday at midnight at a variety of locations across the nation, and again every month until Donald Trump is no longer in office.
>The rite, requiring a stub of a candle, a pin, salt, matches, a tarot card, a feather and other odds and ends, calls on spirits to ensure President Trump will “fail utterly.” It also includes burning a picture of the commander in chief, visualizing him “blowing apart into dust or ash.”
>Participants apparently have the option of using a baby carrot instead of an orange candle.
>Among the various spirits invoked are the “demons of the infernal realms.”

 No.34603

>>34413
is there actual proof of these things existing or is it only a theory?

 No.34625

This is my favourite obscure spook

 No.34633

>>34541
Yes, look up a scientist named Viktor Schauberger he created their early prototypes based off of his trout fish generator, it ran off water and air and had approximately 10,000 bhp, I think it worked by creating vortexs in front of it. It was scrapped because they only had 1 prototype that when tested shot up and crashed into the ceiling, at the time they did not have the radio power to propey control such a powerful device

 No.34719

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Great story.
>This week we discover one of history’s strangest cases of communication through time with the mystery of the 1985 Dodleston messages.
The case is a mind bending combination of time travel and occult high strangeness as a couple in an English cottage seemingly make contact with an individual from the 16th century. The correspondence eventually draws the interest of investigators and the anger of a powerful group of mysterious entities.
http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/02/17-05-mu-podcast/

 No.34736

>>34555
Wont work, people who run things and have control are themselves occultists imo. The south korean hypnotist cult, bohemian grove, oldschool masonry, skull and bones society, the most powerful people cant stay away from it, they love it.

 No.34739

>>34736
Indeed, royals and post-royals have always either invited into employment or even had their own staff of occultists - either catholic/judaic/masonic teurgists, or practitioners of eastern (Indian, Tibetan, Chinese) traditions.

 No.34856

According to various conspiracy related sites, during the "Atomic Espionage Trial" of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, it's said that they mentioned something about "warships of space".

Apparently all the transcripts of the trial are supposed to be here:

https://www.archives.gov/research/court-records/rosenberg-jury.html

I'm not able to find anything related to that at all in Ethel's testimony. Curiously, there is no posted testimony of Julius whatsoever.

Does anyone know the origins of this alleged mentioning?

 No.34858

>>34856
I've never heard that before. But it did remind me of something along somewhat similar lines. IIRC, supposedly a guy, right after he was given a lengthy sentence by a Japanese court, started screaming in the courtroom about the Yakuza or Mossad and the JFK assassination, apparently he had proof of involvement. He was led away by police and was never heard from again.

I read the books it was supposedly mentioned in, but I came up empty.

 No.34861

>>34856

Since, as you said, Julius's testimony isn't there, it's obvious that those are not the complete transcripts. I've tried doing a little research, and I've found that the earliest source for this quote seems to be a book called "Deep Analysis: Frightening Conclusion", published in 2009. All the conspiracy websites seem to have copied it word for word.

The author, Aaron Kaplan, is obviously not a serious researcher (just read a bit of his book and you'll see what I mean) so I'm sceptical. I couldn't find his email or any online presence, but in 2011 he was interviewed by Paracast, so if you really want to get to the bottom of this, you can try contacting them and asking if they still have his number.

http://www.theparacast.com/contact/

 No.34895


 No.34896

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lead_Masks_Case

The Lead Masks Case, 1966.

>On the afternoon of August 20, 1966, a young man was flying a kite on the Morro do Vintém (Vintém Hill) in Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, when he came upon the bodies of two deceased males and reported them to the authorities.


>When a small team of police and firefighters arrived on scene, they noticed oddities: the bodies rested next to each other, partly covered by grass. Each one wore a formal suit, a lead eye mask, and a waterproof coat. There were no signs of trauma or any evidence of a struggle. Next to the corpses, police found an empty water bottle and a packet containing two wet towels. A small notebook was also identified, on which were written the cryptic instructions, "16:30 estar no local determinado. 18:30 ingerir cápsulas, após efeito proteger metais aguardar sinal mascara" ('16:30 be at the specified location. 18:30 ingest capsules, after the effect protect metals await signal mask').


>No obvious injuries were discovered at the scene, nor later at the autopsy.


>The two men then boarded a bus to Niterói, and arrived at 2:30 pm. Evidence shows that the waterproof coats were purchased at a shop there, and one bottle of water from a bar. Upon being interviewed, the waitress from the bar described Miguel as "very nervous," and noticed he frequently checked his watch. That is the last time they were known to have been seen alive; it is presumed they went directly from the bar to the spot at which they were discovered.


The mystery is still unresolved after 50 years.

Embeded is a "documentary" about the case aired by Linha Direta, in 2004. They interview the people involved in the case, while doing a simulation of what happened. Unfortunately, it's in portuguese, and I can't seem to find english subtitles.

 No.34897

>>34896
I find it hard to take anything from south and central america seriously. It's just so sensationalist and there are so many hoaxes and dubious stories…

 No.34901

>>34897
This is called ignorance.

 No.34908

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The 1956 B-47 disappearance

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1956_B-47_disappearance

>A Boeing B-47 Stratojet took off from Florida (10 March 1956) for a non-stop flight to Ben Guerir Air Base, Morocco and completed the first aerial refueling without incident.

>After descending through solid cloud to begin the second refueling, at 14,000 feet (4,300 m), B-47E serial number 52-534, failed to make contact with its tanker.
>The unarmed aircraft was carrying two capsules of nuclear weapons material in carrying cases; a nuclear detonation was not possible.
>Despite an extensive search, no debris was ever found, and the crash site has never been located

———————————–

The Kinross Incident

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Moncla

>On the evening of November 23, 1953, Air Defense Command Ground Intercept radar operators at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan identified an unusual target near the Soo Locks.

>An F-89C Scorpion jet from Kinross Air Force Base was scrambled to investigate the radar return
>the Scorpion was piloted by First Lieutenant Moncla with Second Lieutenant Robert L. Wilson acting as the Scorpion's radar operator.
>Ground Control tracked the Scorpion and the unidentified object as two "blips" on the radar screen.
>The two blips on the radar screen grew closer and closer, until they seemed to merge as one (return).
>Assuming that Moncla had flown either under or over the target, Ground Control thought that moments later, the Scorpion and the object would again appear as two separate blips.
>Rather, the single blip continued on its previous course.
>Attempts were made to contact Moncla via radio, but this was unsuccessful.
>A search and rescue operation by both the USAF and the RCAF was quickly mounted, but failed to find a trace of the plane or the pilots.

———————————–

1950 Douglas C-54D disappearance

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1950_Douglas_C-54D_disappearance

>On 26 January 1950, the Douglas C-54 Skymaster serial number 42-72469 disappeared en route from Alaska to Montana, with 44 people aboard

>The aircraft made its last radio contact two hours into its eight-hour flight.
>Despite one of the largest rescue efforts carried out by the US military, no trace of the aircraft has ever been found.
>It is considered one of the largest groups of American military personnel to ever go missing.
>On 20 February, the search was officially cancelled and notifications were sent to next of kin informing them that the passengers were presumed dead.
>Incidentally, there were two contemporary reports of unidentified flying objects by officers stationed at Elmendorf AFB
>the first a week before the disappearance, and the second two days after the disappearance.
>On 19 April, Sgt. William Y. Harrell reported from the control tower that he had seen two UFOs hovering over a hangar emitting a green light, a report backed by other soldiers at the base.
>On 28 January, Lt. Col. Lester F. Mathison reported seeing three orange cigar-shaped UFOs flying in tandem above the base.
>Both cases were investigated by the Alaskan Air Command, who ruled only that the objects were neither weather phenomena nor recognized aircraft.
>The latter incident has also been catalogued as happening on 26 January, within hours of the C-54's last transmission.

 No.34959

I talk with Mike Sauve, who has written, Who Authored The John Titor Legend. We get into a little bit of what his research reveals. From the back of the book; In the year 2000, a man calling himself John Titor introduced himself to the Internet as a time traveler from the year 2036. He weaved a rich tale of being sent back to 1975 to retrieve an IBM 5100 computer. Those who interacted with John were impressed by the depth and apparent realism of his story. In the years that followed select details would emerge to help further legitimize John Titor.

The question of whether or not John Titor was a real time traveler remains a subject of contentious debate. This book sets that question aside to examine several figures who may be responsible for the posts. Among the principle suspects are entertainment lawyer Larry Haber and alternate reality gaming pioneer Joseph Matheny. Key players involved in the John Titor phenomenon who are not suspected of authoring the story are also profiled. These include a PhD who filed a patent based on John Titor’s time machine schematics, an Internet sleuth called The Hoax Hunter who has worked to debunk the story, and even Art Bell, the legendary late night radio host who received several faxes from John Titor.

 No.34966

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What I find particularly interesting about sleep paralysis is how similar the reported hallucinations are. Hallucinations are supposedly a fairly subjective thing but virtually everyone reports seeing the same thing in this state of sleep paralysis. It almost makes me wonder if there is some genetic predisposition to seeing these kinds of images - perhaps ingrained into our genetic code over the last thousand years.

I experienced it one time back when I was drinking heavily and my hallucination was literally a textbook archangel/demon with wings floating inside a church surrounded by Roman/Greek pillars/architecture. Like pic related, but a lot darker and more sinister looking. When this happened, I knew absolutely nothing about sleep paralysis and I did not know that this was a common hallucination.

On a side note: it's interesting that at the highest level of hallucinogen use, humans also report seeing very similar hallucinations. Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is well documented to cause the hallucination of elves. It's just funny to me that with how different humans can seem and with all the different life experiences and backgrounds that make up an individual, these extreme out of body experiences kind of reveal just how similar we are.

 No.34981

Years ago I read that in the USA there are communities of Hasidic Jews, basically ultra-orthodox Jews, that buy entire towns and are extremely hostile towards any 'intruders', even going as far as harrassing drivers that enter their territory.

 No.35027

>>34966

I have only know of just one person that sees something similar as me, someone from that goddam planet Dolan youtube channel were talking about sleep paralysis and some succubus said something similar to what I have been watching, a giant red angry man face whose beard and hair turn in to tentacles.

 No.35100

Mandela Effect

 No.35101

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I'm reading Whitley Strieber's most recent book (The Super Natural). It's okay, though the claims that it's groundbreaking seem like a bit of an exaggeration to me. Anyway, in it he talks more about those memorable short-statured blue aliens. He has come to see them as related to the kobolds who feature in northern European folklore.

These kobold fellows, according to Strieber, have revealed themselves to him multiple times over the years in very surprising ways. Here is one example from page 61.

"The next encounter with the blue men took place across Eighth Avenue (New York) from our apartment, at a strange little storefront that Anne and I had come to call 'the whore store.' The reason we called it this was because a young succubus would sit in the window in the evenings looking ashamed. She'd be in a hard-backed chair with a dark red curtain behind it. Sometimes, the chair would be empty, and we would makes jokes about what might be going on behind the curtain.

"On this night, we were returning from Doubleday's bookshop on Fifth Avenue when we noticed something odd taking place in the whore store. The chair was knocked over and the curtain was flapping furiously. As we watched, astonished, little blue dwarfs kept running out, then darting behind the curtain again. Every so often, the leg or arm or shoulder of a man in a suit would appear, only to be pulled back by the blue men.

"We stood watching this odd display for a moment, then began to feel uneasy. We walked… home. From then until we moved, we both avoided passing the whore store."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kobold

 No.35105

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>>35101
I think it must be added that not just he and his wife have encountered the blue aliens. House guests and neighbors and other people in the area also saw them (p 63 & 64).

"While I was writing Communion, I began questioning people in the immediate area regarding odd things they may have seen. As yet, I was not aware of all the strange sightings across the Hudson in Duchess County, which would become famous as the Hudson Valley UFO sightings. There were many stories, but one told by a carpenter in the process of finishing a house on our private road is particularly relevant to this part of my narrative… The incident… occurred during the fall of 1986. He had been hurrying to complete construction before the winter arrived, and had ended up in a situation where he had no way to take his tools out at nightfall. He didn't want to leave them in the unlocked house, so he decided to sleep there on the floor.

"Later, he found himself awake and looking straight at a short man who was standing a few feet away. It was too dark to determine any color, but he was short and squat. The carpenter experienced a wave of intense fear, whereupon the man changed before his eyes into a bird of paradise and then disappeared."
>The Hudson River valley of New York state was the site of one of the most widely witnessed and extended episodes of UFO activity ever. Literally thousands of witnesses observed the objects, and many photos and videos were taken. The "siege" begot over 7,000 documented and investigated sightings of a boomerang-shaped craft or crafts moving silently through the sky over New York and Connecticut between 1982 and 1995.
http://www.ufoevidence.org/topics/HudsonValley.htm

 No.35113

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>>35101
>>35105

Strieber used to write science fiction. I cant think about this being true

 No.35205

Wonderful show I used to watch as a kid with granddad on ITV. Might be a bit slow going for some but it covers all the major stories and paranormal stuff you can imagine.
Some amazing person uploaded an entire playlist here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7D63E9D27340FF44

 No.35206

>>34981
I don't know about the USA but in the North of England there's an entire "town" (for lack of a better word) that's like that. They're basically no-go zones. Very, very weird people, dad used to say they would nail hair to their doors and all the succubi were wearing burkas.

 No.35280

>Paranormal Videos You may have Missed
Hello. This channel was created for posting old, rare paranormal-themed movies, TV, and home video programs which, in all likelihood, would never again be seen otherwise, to anyone interested, and for archival/nostalgic/preservation purposes.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Jz3RP9gqaZqN_ATb48NNQ

 No.35314

post your local urban legend, no matter how shitty you think it is.

>over 40 around these parts years there has been talk of a 7 foot nigger called "purple acki" who drives a black transam and bum rapes you if you are alone. this legend was always talked about in schools.

 No.35376

>>35314
I remember one about a railroad track from my youth. Supposedly, a school bus got hit at a railway crossing, and all nobody survived. They say that if you park on the now decommissioned tracks, the spirits of the children will do their best to push your car off of it, to keep you from suffering the same fate. There are even stories of cars lightly dusted in dirt and grime being covered with tiny handprints after passing.
It spooDavid Ickeed me pretty hard as a kid, despite the spirits being benevolent.

 No.35481

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Somewhere in huezil have disappeared without a trace, and then when they decided to visit their bedroom they found this.
This is very recent btw.
Do you guys have any idea about the symbology on that room ?

video:https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d07_1490753632

more background info…

Very concerned, the family of the young Bruno de Melo Silva Borges, 24 years old, is still looking for clues about his disappearance. Speaking to G1, Borges's father, the businessman Bruno de Melo Silva Borges Sr, said his son is disappeared since 14h of the last monday (27).

His father said, that when the young man left he was using a striped short and a white T-shirt. According to him, the family has received some information, but nothing concrete e there is no suspicion of what might have happened.

 No.35489

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>>35100
>Mandela effect

MY favorite to be honest

 No.35490

>>35376
>spooDavid Ickeed

what do you think you're doing?

 No.35604

What are your thoughts on "blue beam"? (regardless of what you think about abrahamic religions)

http://conspiracy.wikia.com/wiki/Project_Blue_Beam
https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_bluebeam04.htm

I always thought that conspiracy theory was both interesting, and pretty fucking retarded. I mean, isn't that all too easy? The men and "entities" pulling the strings are supposed to be so good at deception that even the most intelligent and enlightened in the population will be fooled, yet some fringe ufologists and conspiracy theorists managed to see through their whole plan?
It's also quite curious to read about a "one world government" when things these days seem to point to it not happenening ever… like the possible collapse of the EU for instance.

 No.35831

Dr. Jorjani joins us for an enlightening overview of Prometheus and Atlas, a book essentially describing a coming scientific revolution that would move civilization past the current Cartesian paradigm through a reordering of society and politics. Jason brings forth his idea of a ‘spectral revolution,’ which calls for a conscious recognition of the often suppressed and marginalized research on psychical phenomena such as clairvoyance and telekinesis.

We discuss CIA funded parapsychology (psi) studies at Stanford Research Institute on remote viewing and the destabilizing effects on society that could result from mainstream recognition of this human ability to transcend time and space. Jason underscores how the existence of psychic capabilities in the animal kingdom and in primitive tribes proves that human ESP is not just a supernatural phenomenon, but an atrophied human ability, as evidenced by the sophistication of ancient civilizations. Then, Jason illuminates the Greek archetype of Prometheus, the creator god of the Aryans who steals fire from Olympus to bring the light of knowledge to the human race and whose abilities of anticipatory projection are embodied in the European spirit of exploration and discovery.

We trace through the tale of Atlas, brother of Prometheus and bearer of the celestial sphere, whose mythic burden is connected to the aesthetic idea of atlases, models, charts and maps of all kinds. Jason also details the rise and fall of Atlantis and its hybridized demigods who acted as stewards over the cosmopolitan knowledge they seeded across the ancient world, and we frame these primeval myths within the context of modern colonialism and technological advancement.
>>35205
Thank you

 No.35847

what are your thoughts on dreams, can they accurately predict the future

 No.35855

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Victorian death photos/memento mori are terrifying

 No.35856

>>35847
my nightmares have accurately shown me the future, many more times than I can recount, hundreds and hundreds

precognition is part of my cursed fate

 No.35859

>>35847

I have lucid dreams and have experienced mundane instances coming true soon afterwards. Nothing major, I can't fortell when the next 9/11 will be or anything. But for instance the other day I dreamt about a dog. The following morning I went to the shop and the exact same looking dog was tied up outside the shop.

Of course, this could be pure coincidence and I am very skeptical person by nature. But this kind of thing happens fairly regularly to me.

 No.35869

>>35847
Yes but absolutely pointless things, like how a street will be paved.

 No.35870

>>35855
Are they dead all three? Damn. Now that's actual horror material.

 No.35876

>>35870
Not him, but it's often just one dead person and then their family taking a last picture with them. The succubus is probably the dead one.

 No.35880

>>35876
>>35870
Yes, you can see that the middle one is dead because she's the only one that's not blurred, due to a total lack of movement

 No.35899

>The Spectral Revolution with Jason Reza Jorjani
Jason Reza Jorjani is a philosopher and faculty member at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is author of Prometheus and Atlas.

Here he describes how humankind often confuses the technological worldview of scientific theory with reality itself. Jorjani maintains that we have become mesmerized by the specters of the ancient, Greek Titans Prometheus and Atlas whose myths foreshadowed the rise of science and technology. Jorjani describes the “spectral revolution” as one in which humanity awakens to the dimensions of consciousness outside of the scientific and technological domain. In particular, he urges study of the paranormal. He believes that if we properly understand the nature of Prometheus and Atlas, we have the ability to foster a new culture that honors the depths of mind in nature.

 No.35937

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Along the same lines as `pentagram of blood` (pic related pentagramofblood.com)
I started making a list of huge cities, with tunnels, reptilian sightings, and occult histories and rituals (and pedofiles).

This is fucky, this might be true, i doubt it but its still fucky.

Now after I connect the dots I notice two things:
1 most of those places have tunnels
2 are most of those places are the birthplace of christian soldiers, Kiev, Stockholm, (and spain for catholics), wtffffffffffff
3 (or home to the most violent religious fanatics)
4 traditionally home to executions, and executes anyone who challenges him
5 and of course our rulers
(disclaimer i think the reptos/cats are just digging veins?? if you inject an egg with die you get vains, pic related, so they are making a sun out of our planet!! and are not that bad (but militant))

Ok for example Saudi arabia, known to kidnap and sell succubi, tunnels, alien sightings, total Barbarian king who executes anyone who challenges him.
Connect that to london, home of the catacombs, and lots of pedophile MPs
and connect that to Spain, a huge catholic cult empire, full of executionists and pedophiles; just cuz theres nowhere else to connect it

SO Africa is the same thing, egypt has tunnels and reptos and niggers, israel has underground sacrifices, but israel is not a point, just a small station on the tunnel.

where do you think the Points lie in america?
DC - occult and pedos
Florida - Micky mouse swamp, not sure how i know this but it popped out any time i drew a star

Also worth looking at is Phil schneiders underground base map.

First pic is my guess, 2nd pic is pentagramofblood.com, third is vein+egg+dye

I want your suggestions on what places have occults, tunnels, reptilians, whatever, can we crack this thousand year old case?
Also if you know about the history of christianity?? How much of it came from these places; are they actually the occultists (Duh?)?

 No.36038

>>35376
Turns out that road is just subtly slanted, and baby powder shows old handprints already there. Again the more you look into this stuff the harder it is to believe. Apparently gut fear feelings, shivers, and shadow people can be attributed to infrasound, carbon monoxide, electric/magnetic issues, a lot of stuff makes us hallucinate. Also sleep state issues really fuck you up. Sleep paralysis and more. Any anecdote around sleep time cant be trusted. Sadly I notice a ton of them are. At this point you can only trust intelligent communication, simulataneous experiences, and real camera footage. But there hasnt been compelling video evidence, maybe ever. I hate being like this but paranormal seems really normal rn.

 No.36111

I just finished Magicians of the Gods. I liked it a lot. His heavily researched book should be given a fair hearing.

Let's hope the comet comes back to finish us off soon. A wizard can hope!

Near the end of the last Ice Age 12,800 years ago, a giant comet that had entered the solar system from deep space thousands of years earlier, broke into multiple fragments. Some of these struck the Earth causing a global cataclysm on a scale unseen since the extinction of the dinosaurs. At least eight of the fragments hit the North American ice cap, while further fragments hit the northern European ice cap. The impacts, from comet fragments a mile wide approaching at more than 60,000 miles an hour, generated huge amounts of heat which instantly liquidized millions of square kilometers of ice, destabilizing the Earth's crust and causing the global Deluge that is remembered in myths all around the world. A second series of impacts, equally devastating, causing further cataclysmic flooding, occurred 11,600 years ago, the exact date that Plato gives for the destruction and submergence of Atlantis.

The evidence revealed in this book shows beyond reasonable doubt that an advanced civilization that flourished during the Ice Age was destroyed in the global cataclysms between 12,800 and 11,600 years ago. But there were survivors - known to later cultures by names such as 'the Sages', 'the Magicians', 'the Shining Ones', and 'the Mystery Teachers of Heaven'. They travelled the world in their great ships doing all in their power to keep the spark of civilization burning. They settled at key locations - Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, Baalbek in the Lebanon, Giza in Egypt, ancient Sumer, Mexico, Peru and across the Pacific where a huge pyramid has recently been discovered in Indonesia. Everywhere they went these 'Magicians of the Gods' brought with them the memory of a time when mankind had fallen out of harmony with the universe and paid a heavy price. A memory and a warning to the future…

For the comet that wrought such destruction between 12,800 and 11,600 years may not be done with us yet. Astronomers believe that a 20-mile wide 'dark' fragment of the original giant comet remains hidden within its debris stream and threatens the Earth. An astronomical message encoded at Gobekli Tepe, and in the Sphinx and the pyramids of Egypt,warns that the 'Great Return' will occur in our time…

 No.36114

>>36111
Graham Hancock & Randall Carlson

 No.36123

>>34896

Oooh i'm from Brazil, i can translate this kind of stuff if you guys want! I didn't even know we had this much paranormal stuff happening here!

 No.36127

>>36123
>I didn't even know we had this much paranormal stuff happening here!

wow, really?
did you know about this:
https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opera%C3%A7%C3%A3o_Prato

(just posting the portuguese link for your convenience and because the english page is very succinct, I don't know portuguese)

 No.36128

>>36123
With regard to UFO and paranormal events, Brazil has some of the most disturbing cases. UFOs and aliens have allegedly attacked and even killed Brazilians. This is very rare in the rest of the world.

I do not know why Brazil has been singled out for this kind of bullying by aliens.

 No.36137

>>36127
>>36128

Yeah, i'm quite recluse and stuff, and i preffer to look at ghost stuff, i guess that explains…

Anyway, the english article on Wikipedia doesn't have a whole lot of info, so i'll be summing up the best bits from the pt-br page and posting them here, here's the first part:

–INTRO–
> Operation Saucer was a military investigation conducted by the First Regional Aerial Command (I COMAR), belonging to the Brazillian Air Force, between the months of october and december 1977 with the objective of investigating the appearance of UFOs in the counties of Vigia, Colares and Santo Antônio do Tauá. They would also investigate strange phenomena associated to non-identified luminous bodies, called "chupa-chupa" by the populace, attacks with beams of light that caused burns, puncture marks on the skin and deaths. Oficial documents kept in the National Arquive in Brasília and non-oficial documents leaked and published by the media are the prime reports of the event. There were also involved in the investigations the extincts National Service of Information (SNI) and the Aeronautics Centre of Information and Security (CISA).
–BACKGROUND pt.1–
> Ilha dos Caranguejos (Crab Island) is located at the São Marcos bay, Maranhão, close to São Luís. The island is uninhabited and subjected to constant floods by the tides. In April 25th 1977, four men went to Ilha dos Caranguejos by boat to collect wood. After they were done, they had to wait until midnight, so the tide could rise again for the boat to sail. Around 8PM they went to sleep. One of them, Apolinário, woke up around 5AM and went to aid Auleriano and Firmino, both where feeling pain and had several secong degree burns. The fourth man, José, was lying dead on top of a net. Apolinário took them back to the continent. The police investigated the case but never got to a final conclusion. The three survivors never remembered the events of that night, even after being subjected to regressive hipnosis by doctor Sílvio Lago. The Legal Medical Institute of Maranhão (IML) concluded that the death of José was caused by arterial hypertension that led to a stroke due to emotional shock. The wounds of Firmino and Auleriano were comprovated in forensics.

 No.36140

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>>36137
Thanks

 No.36158

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>>36140

You're welcome.

 No.36171

Most paranormal stories describe aliens as having 2 eyes 4 limbs etc. and monsters that are just uglier or hybrid versions of normal animals such as wolves or apes.
Ever read a story about something that's hard to imagine?

 No.36188

>>28700
The Kek stuff would've objectively been the most paranormal thing in public sight (there are much more "coincidences" than the ones that are usually covered)
Would've… It was most likely a psyop from the very start and jews just fabricated a lot of stuff to connect the dots. Yeah, teah, /pol/ is leaking.

 No.36603


Kean, well known for her New York Times best seller ‘UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record’, reveals stunning and varied evidence suggesting that consciousness survives death and also shares her direct experience of inexplicable phenomena – that had life-changing results.
http://www.survivingdeathkean.com/author-leslie-kean/
http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/04/17-13-mu-podcast/

 No.36604

>>36603
"Six decades ago, a 21-year-old Navy fighter pilot on a mission over the Pacific was shot down by Japanese artillery. His name might have been forgotten, were it not for 6-year-old James Leininger.

Quite a few people — including those who knew the fighter pilot — think James is the pilot, reincarnated."
This story originally aired on April 15, 2004.

 No.37226

Have guys been listening to any recent and interesting podcast/radio show lately?

 No.37272


 No.37274

I've heard some of these same strange noises myself, but I have no idea why it's happening.

 No.37277

>>37226
No, not really. I mostly just listen to the ones that are posted here a lot: Coast 2 Coast, Mysterious Universe, Open Minds UFO Radio, etc.

 No.37619

>>37226
I listen to Fade to Black. It's a hit or miss though but it covers the paranormal very broadly.

 No.37666

Journalist Annie Jacobsen: ESP and the U.S. Government

Annie Jacobsen is an investigative journalist and best-selling author who writes about war, weapons, U.S. national security and government secrecy. Her Area 51 was an international best seller and The Pentagon’s Brain was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Now, she has written what she says is the definitive history of the military's decades-long investigation into mental powers and phenomena. Jacobsen says that for more than 40 years, the U.S. government has researched extrasensory perception, using it in attempts to locate hostages, fugitives, secret bases and downed fighter jets; to divine other nations' secrets; and even to predict future threats to national security. The agencies involved include the CIA, DIA, NSA, DEA, Navy, Air Force, Army and even the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Now, for the first time, Jacobsen tells the story of these radical, controversial programs, using never-before-seen declassified documents as well as exclusive interviews with more than 50 former CIA and Defense Department scientists, analysts and program managers, as well as the government psychics themselves. Come hear this unusual program that may challenge your own perceptions of reality.

 No.37677

I invite you to check out the The Scole Experiment, if you haven't heard of it already.

http://www.thescoleexperiment.com/

Whether you believe it was all faked or not, some of the things that were produced by it are definitely spooky. Video related and chilling. Some of those images and video, faked or not, is spooky shit. I'm of the opinion that if it's legit, the things they had contacted were not dead humans or aliens, but demons.

 No.37679

>>37677
I'm sorry, but the head in the video preview looks like Daddy Howard to me. It had to be said.

 No.37680

>>37679
LOL SPOOKHURT

 No.37836

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>>36603
>>36604
Dr. Pim van Lommel, a Dutch cardiologist and Near-Death Experience (NDE) researcher, writes in a chapter he authored in Kean's book,
Based on the universal reported aspects of consciousness experienced during cardiac arrest, we can surmise that the informational fields of our consciousness, likely consisting of waves, are rooted in an invisible realm beyond time and space (nonlocality), and are always present around and through us, permeating our body.

They become accessible, and form our waking consciousness through our functioning brain, in the shape of measurable and changing electromagnetic fields. Our normal, waking consciousness has a biological basis, because our body is an interface for it. But it is one small part of our larger field of consciousness.

He then goes on to compare our brain and body to other instruments that receive data, like televisions or radios.

If he is correct does this threaten wizardry, does it make a mockery of the wizardly bond? What if my (and your) consciousness, located somewhere in another "realm," is actually quite normal? What if there is nothing wizardly about us in our home "realm"?

My brain and body–the instruments that receive my consciousness–are faulty and deviate from the norm (Asperger's, moderate physical deformities, etc.), which thus make me incompatible with the normalcattle here on Earth, but I am actually just like them in the other "realm" where my consciousness is based.

My actual consciousness could be predatory and venal and mean and shallow. It is only my Earthly, temporary instruments (brain and body) that distort my normaness.

I am a wizard for a few decades here on Earth, but for the rest of eternity I am a norman. My consciousness is possibly bullying another consciousness right now in the other "realm." Disgusting!

 No.37839

>>37836
If consciousness is a spectrum of electro-magnetic waves then it would not exist in another realm, rather it would exist here with radio waves, microwaves, and other invisble frequencies that exist in this realm. According to this theory, consciousness is a wavelength that permeates throughout the world and whichever devices pick up that wavelength, function consciously, In nother words there is one consciousness frequency and many instruments which operate on that frequency. So to answer your question yes, you are bullying someone else because we may all be different people but we share the same consciousness.

 No.37854

>>31495
In terms of a man made earthquake machine I know that there was a book I saw at a local library about Nikolai Tesla's earthquake machine, it was supposedly small enough to fit in your pocket and I think it worked by tapping into the natural vibrations/frequencies (it was like years ago I read it a little and I'm not intelligent at all) of the earth replicated and amplified them over a short amount of time supposedly the one time he tested it many people in his apartment building called 911 and reported earthquakes

 No.37855

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When deceased people are contacted through psychic mediums, their old personalities usually appear to have remained essentially intact in the afterlife.

They say the afterlife is full of light and love, but if people still retain all of their awful characteristics, how great could it really be? If all of the predatory, arrogant, deceitful, petty, vain, and violent people still have, more or less, their same personalities they had on Earth, then how does this not seriously dampen or even ruin the afterlife?

Most regular people claim to love living here on Earth. And their deceased counterparts also claim the afterlife is great.

Well, I certainly don't share their favourable opinion of Earth, in fact I think they're deluded. So I suspect I'm going to find the afterlife to also be quite miserable.

 No.37856

>>37855
People may retain their personalities but the afterlife is not Earth #2. The afterlife "world" must be more clearly divided, and different people go to different parts. Life on Earth has to be a selection process. I don't think it's Heaven/Hell dichotomy, there have to be many more divisions.

 No.37857

>>37836
I'm sorry if this reply is out of place, I didn't really read the rest of the thread. But what this doctor is saying is something very obvious and not supernatural at all. I
Not only that, he is also saying it in a way that seems it was purposefully thought to cause ambiguity and be interpreted as supernatural. It's just a well known fact that our consciousness is mostly electricity. There are plenty of reports showing how applying a current to the head of different animals, including humans, has many consequences on memories, consciousness etc. There is nothing immaterial about us, unfortunately.
>>37856
>Life on Earth has to be a selection process
It wouldn't make sense since our entire lives are outside the scope of our own decisions, there is no thing as free will, and our whole lives are determined by many factors, but none of them are our conscious "decisions". If anything, the predetermined nature of this Universe suggests that we already are in the afterlife and we have already been judged.
I'm sorry if skepticism isn't welcome itt, but I couldnt resist it.

 No.37858

>>37836
>The Mystery of Perception During Near Death Experiences
In our prospective study of 344 patients who survived cardiac arrest we had to come to the surprising conclusion that all the reported elements of a Near-Death Experience (NDE) like an out-of-body perception, meeting with deceased relatives or a life review were experienced during a transient functional loss of the cortex and of the brainstem, with a flat line EEG. During their cardiac arrest people can have veridical perceptions from a position outside and above their lifeless body. NDE-ers have the feeling that they have apparently taken off their body like an old coat and to their surprise they appear to have retained their own identity with the possibility of perception, emotions, and a very clear consciousness.

This out-of-body experience (OBE) is scientifically important because doctors, nurses, and relatives can verify the reported perceptions, and they can also corroborate the precise moment the NDE with OBE occurred during the period of CPR. This proves that an OBE cannot be a hallucination, because this means experiencing a perception that has no basis in "reality", like in psychosis, neither it can be a delusion, which is an incorrect assessment of a correct perception, nor an illusion, which means a misleading image. Moreover, one needs a functioning brain for experiencing hallucinations, delusions or illusions.

Additionally, even people blind from birth have reported veridical perceptions during NDE and OBE. Based on several NDE-studies it seems inevitable to conclude that veridical perception is possible independently of brain function. In my lecture I will give several examples of veridical perceptions during NDE, and discuss the differences between seeing with the eyes during waking consciousness (who is seeing? what is seeing?) and perceiving during the period of a non-functioning brain ('apparent unconsciousness during clinical death').
http://www.pimvanlommel.nl/home_eng

 No.37859

>>37857
>It wouldn't make sense
Does shit have to?
>I'm sorry
Are you really?
>I couldnt resist it
Apparently not.

 No.37860

>>37858
once again, scientific materialism btfo

 No.37885

>>37860
Scientific materialism has already moved on and realised that memories are about as accurate as financial forecasters.

 No.37897

>>37885
can you record memories when you are dead?

wouldn't that be a non-physical process at that point considering there's nothing going on, physically?

 No.37898

>>37858
no no no NO, when I die I want to be dead… this is a fucking nightmare

Christianity has forever left me with fear of never being able to fully die. pls god no, I hope I'm misinterpreting.

 No.37905

ALIEN MUMMIES FOUND IN PERU

holy shit

 No.37950

>>37898
I feel the same way. Too much of a good thing is bad. I like life, but I don't want it forever. It's gotta end some time.

 No.37963

>>37950
>I like life

 No.38332

How have you prepared for the Earth's shift into the 5th dimension?

 No.38333

>>38332
Unlikely

 No.39039

>Architects of Control: Mass Control & The Future of mankind (full)

 No.39045

>>39039
Just started watching and it all goes down to:
>Technology is evil
Surely biology is a great thing huh

 No.39066

>>39039
I don't even need to watch this to know it's going to be some new agey bullshit

 No.39068

>>37950
>>37898
think of it this way.
even if you do have a soul and it can manifest outside of your body even after you die, there is nothing to suggest the afterlife is like anything any human religion has ever pictured it. for all we know, after you die your soul can choose to metaphorically "close its eyes" and choose oblivion.

 No.40839

Do you remember handicapped Superman name?

 No.43021

Is there something i really want to believe is in a old human (not aliens) who existed long time ago. Search for "cueva de los tayos

 No.43023

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when i want to here a pretty good spooky story i look for some greentext on 4chan. some of that jazz is pretty spooky and i don't need to suspend my disbelief very much.

 No.43024

>>43021
well if the saturn myth stuff is correct, all these ruins and artifacts that couldn't have been made by stone age savages, are from advanced civilizations that existed before (circa) 11,500 bce

before the flood

 No.43052

>>43024
>saturn myth

Could you explain that a little more. I cant find that book in spanish. Erich von daniken in the gold of the of the gods talks about that civilization, but , he thinks they are aliens.

benitez talks about the ica stones, pre flood rocks who show strange people with 4 fingers and even stranger heads doing things like flying with dinosaurs and machines, even if they combat with axes and rocks.

Javier serra talks a little more about that.

 No.43053


 No.43072

>>43052
What book? Just google the subject. There's tons of info.

Basically, saturn was a brown dwarf star for billions of years with earth and venus as its satellites safely enveloped by its plasma sheath. But the light it supplied was dark purple and this is the basis of the "purple dawn" myth still found in the spoken tradition of certain cultures.

Eventually our saturn system wandered within orb of the sun and started the long process of being captured by its gravity, but not before switching into arc mode (Electric Universe theories involved here) as a result of electromagnetic interplay with the sun, turning from dark purple to bright yellow, and starting the "golden age" spoken of in legend.

After a few hundred thousand years or so of this, the saturn system swung back toward the sun for the last time. Earth and venus were stripped off. The flood happened. The next 6 to 8 thousand years were times of continual solar system readjustment that came with epic interplanetary plasma storms that ripped the shit out of mars, fried the memories of everyone on earth (tower of babel incident), that had different planets flying so close they filled the sky, and formed the basis of much of modern mythology and religion.

Anyway……if it's all true, the inexplicable ruins and out-of-place-objects we find, including the pyramids and sphinx, are the relics of that golden age when saturn was our sun.

 No.43081

>>33374

It is…or at least relating to UFOlogy it is.

Someone offered UFO abductee Travis Walton $10,000 to change his story or say that he lied about it and he refused the money.

The Rendleshem Forest UFO case has never been debunked.

Nor has Bob Lazar been debunked despite the Jew bastard Stanton Friedman's best efforts.

If anything time has vindicated Lazar with the discovery of the element he was talking about not to mention the highly respected investigative reporter George Knapp has backed Lazar's story from the beginning and easily knocks down common criticism's to Lazar's credibility as a government employee/physicist by comparing him to Edward Snowden another man most know nothing people would immediately scoff at as being a high level government employee after doing only a cursory examination of his background and declaring "Oh that guy doesn't have the education/credentials so the government would NEVER hire him!"

Again most people don't know shit about how ZOG conducts its business.

They'll hire you even without the proper background/education/credentials IF inspite of all that they think you have some kind of talent or way of looking outside the box that could be useful to them to attain their goal.

 No.43113

>>43024
>>43052

>before the flood


Funny thing is i dont actually believe in the flood. only makes me think in th second city of vampire

 No.43120

>>43113
Your beliefs have no bearing on anything.

 No.43146

>>28736
debunked
>>29771
would be very easy to fake these

 No.43449

>>43072
Maybe that would explain the ica stones without the poles

 No.43450

There is nothing spookier on Earth than Missing 411. You'll never go camping again

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr0JYeaAJ3o

 No.43466

>>43450
I wish some of those books were uploaded in pdf form, the radio interviews are so interesting

 No.43469

>>43466
Had one awhile ago via PB

 No.43559

>>37905
Theres a tribe in ecuador that says someting similar

 No.43561

>>43559
They say that their ancestors came from the heavens. They dont speak of themselves as human

 No.43562

>>43561
>ancestors came in spaceships
>descendants live like cavemen

question for the ooga boogas…

so like, what happened?

 No.43647

>>37855
Wraith the oblivion

 No.43709

Why in all america you can hear stories about warlocks who can transform themselves in animals?

 No.43712

>>43709
There are stories like that in folklore around the world. It isn't just a American thing.

 No.43758

Done reading Messengers of deception
any similar books or videos or w/e you guys can recommend about the subject? I mean, ufos from a "sociological" perspective, cults, intelligence you name it…

 No.44177

A shadow Being scared the shit out of my nephew and try to hit him with a bible

 No.44211

I been reading a lot of sstories abut people who can transform themselves into animals. The nahuales of mexico, the skinwalkers in the us. Maybe people hace that power long time ago

 No.44859

>>28700
>let's post about spooky things
I was just finishing last terminator movie. My monitor and amplituner blinked off/on and some alarms somewhere in the distance started ringing. Weird coincidence if you ask me. But then once when i was going somewhere at night, someone pointed a giant red laser marker at me. Later read in the news someone got arrested for aiming laser pointer at an aircraft in my city. So someone using homemade EMP bomb is kinda possible. But I'd rather believe that the power grid is faulty.

 No.44860

>>44859
>got arrested for aiming laser pointer at an aircraft
can a laser pointer even reach that far? or was he doing it near the airfield? a weird thing to get arrested for anyway

 No.44861

>>44860
>can a laser pointer even reach that far?
It's light, it can go perpetually provided nothing blocks it. And shining lasers at aircraft reportedly fucks with them, hence why it is illegal to do.

 No.44862

>>44861
he was probably doing it in public then, otherwise how would they know
>inb4 CIA niggers' tech is that advanced

 No.44864

>>44862
A pilot probably complained to the FAA and they sent out some CIA niggers to van him.

 No.44876

>>44860
The light can shine in a pilot's eyes, which is obviously dangerous. Typically people get arrested when they do it over and over again, since that makes it possible to triangulate a location.

 No.44881

>>44860
http://warszawa.wyborcza.pl/warszawa/7,54420,21587064,oslepial-pilotow-laserem-policja-zatrzymala-podejrzanego.html?disableRedirects=true

Year fits, but i live in a diferent district. Looks like he didn't liked living next to an airport so he pointed laser at planes trying to take-off.

 No.45374

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 No.45375

>>28700
The Adjustment Bureau?

 No.45376

>>29883
What is it like in bed?

 No.45377

>>29934
Do South Americans have to dismember EVERYONE?

 No.45378

>>34453
Succubi and Jews.

 No.45603

Found this reading a spanish book about a hidden valley discovered in spain in the xvii century. a very strange place, almost every person living there has a strory of the devil or "los banastros voladores"

 No.45928

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https://dailystormer.name/are-justin-bieber-and-miley-cyrus-the-same-npc-model-with-a-different-skin/

Now, nobody freak out over the source. I really think this has merit.

I'm quite honestly getting spooked by this npc research. It is rapidly ceasing to be merely a joke.

 No.45929

>>45928
There is a proven formula to attractiveness, face symmetry chief among them. Is it really newsworthy that two normalslime icons look very alike?

 No.45930

>>45603
wtf that's the road where my grandps encountered the UFO

 No.45931

>>45928
Please explain why you think retarded tabloid clickbait garbage has any merit especially given the website it's coming from.

 No.45933

>>45931
I'm not going to explain what makes the NPC theory concerning enough to post it in a paranormal thread, you either get it already or you don't/can't. And if you don't, you're probably one of the people they're talking about, yourself.
>especially given the website it's coming from
ad hominem ignored

 No.45960

>>45928
The Hannah Montana tv show came out a few years after the Binky Band episode of Arthur. With holographic performers. And I had that same theory as soon as it came out. And many years later Family Guy came up with an episode where Miley is a robot.

I suppose its an obvious target. Although theres nothing esoteric or scifi about it. When you have the media power of a Disney you can just manufacture a pop star from scratch. And so a fictional TV show about a pop star, launches the music career of an actual pop singer.

 No.45978

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>>45933
>you either get it already or you don't/can't. And if you don't, you're probably one of the people they're talking about, yourself.
I glanced through that trash and it's the usual conspiratard garbage. I would assume the writer himself doesn't even believe in what he wrote down but who knows these days.

>I'm quite honestly getting spooked by this npc research.

You know what's really spooky? How this meme came to be and how popular it has become among far right nutjobs. As if they needed more made up reasons to dehumanize people they happen to dislike or disagree with…

 No.45982

>>45978
quit trying to make this thread political dipshit

most humans don't have souls and our understanding of that is growing with NPC research, we even get them to admit they don't have thoughts of their own

looking like - in many cases - each other's identical twin is probably part of whatever mad god or computer program is spewing out these automata

 No.45983

>>45978
it probably got all the solipsist wizkids riled up

 No.45987

>>45928
>>45933
Funny thing: I used to exercise this "most people are NPCs" idea 10 years ago when I was a uni wizkid. And now it becomes a trend and starts reminding me of those days (and I don't like remembering the past).

 No.45991

>>45987
It's not a new belief. I swear I've heard it years ago before it became a meme.

 No.45993

>>45987
>>45991
It's a very easy thought to have. I think as soon as I read the term NPC for the first time I applied irl toward other people as a jest. Just like stating yourself in a d20 system of attributes. I think every single person who ever played DnD at least once did at some point.

 No.46017

The Huge Underground Reptilian City found In 1933 Los Angeles

 No.46092


 No.46095

Don't mind me, just posting some real weird shit up in the sky.

 No.46096

>>46095
Oh, look, it's Shangri La.
Move along. Nothing to see here, wolks.

 No.46097

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>>46095
>>46096

Oops, looks like the USAF accidentally listed the capabilities of their airborne Holographic Projector on their web site:
https://web.archive.org/web/20060811080845/http://www.au.af.mil:80/au/2025/volume4/chap03/b5_6.htm
(since removed), pic related.

> Brief Description


> The holographic projector displays a three-dimensional visual image in a desired location, removed from the display generator. The projector can be used for psychological operations and strategic perception management. It is also useful for optical deception and cloaking, providing a momentary distraction when engaging an unsophisticated adversary.


"unsophisticated adversary"? (that means you).

>Capabilities


> Precision projection of 3-D visual images into a selected area

> Supports PSYOP and strategic deception management
> Provides deception and cloaking against optical sensors

Cloaking you say? Hmm. PSYOPs? You mean like having UFOlogists chase dots in the sky like a cat chases a laser pointer?

>Enabling Technologies (MCTL)


> 4.1.4, Image Processing (holographic displays)

> 10.1, Lasers
> 10.2, Optics
> 10.3, Power Systems

>White Papers

> Q, Special & Humanitarian Operations
> N, Strategic Attack

"Humanitarian Operations" ? Like, what? Dropping holographic supplies on Africa? Nah, they mean deceiving the public…

 No.46194

I really enjoyed philosopher Stephen Braude's investigation of the afterlife, "Immortal Remains: The Evidence for Life After Death." He came out in favor of it, but by a very narrow margin, it seems. He reminds me of Cambridge philosopher C.D. Broad, in that respect.

It's a very hard, nuanced case to make, he says, and those who are overly confident are kidding themselves.

 No.46195

>>46096
pretty sure that's just the buildings in a normal city surrounded by ground fog. looks cool though

 No.46227

>>46195
There is a kind of Mirage that reflects the ground in the sky rather than the other way around that very rarely makes it look as though building are floating in the sky amongst the clouds.

 No.46307

Alleged Area 51 / S-4 whistleblower Bob Lazar is the subject of an upcoming high-profile documentary narrated by the actor Mickey Rourke. I just listened to the 25 November 2018 Coast to Coast interview with the filmmaker and Lazar, which will probably be uploaded to YouTube in the next day or so.

Don't really know what to think about Lazar and his claims, but it's all very interesting to me.

>BOB LAZAR : UFO PRESENTATION BY JEREMY KENYON LOCKYER CORBELL


https://www.boblazar.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Lazar

 No.46700

When it comes to so called ufos and the related lore surrounding them I would recommend a book called the stargate conspiracy and the works of j. vallee. The nuts and bolts theory, and the theory that the things contactees have seen are extraterrestrial, are imo hogwash.
By the way, has anyone here read john mack?

 No.46783

Deadline.

Are you guys familiar with this?

tl;dw brazilian medium predicted that if we get to 20th July 2019 without a nuclear war aliens will make contact and our science will advance greatly and quickly

 No.46787

>>46783
>tl;dw brazilian
stopped reading there

 No.46804


 No.46855

Death from the occult?

 No.46893

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>>46700
I liked Dr John Mack's abduction books. His book on TE Lawrence was also really good.
>>46804
>>46855
Thanks for these.

 No.46896

feel like posting these just cause

https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2015/02/stargates-and-solar-temples-part-three.html
a moderately interesting blog post about the infamous solar temple cult/secret society

https://isgp-studies.com/belgian-x-dossiers-of-the-dutroux-affair
chilling and lengthy article on the infamous dutroux affair (belgium is a fucked-up country)

http://visupview.blogspot.com/
excellent blog by a conspiracy researcher w/ lots of bibliographical references

>>46893
you might also like https://www.youtube.com/user/UFOCaseReview/videos

 No.46899

>>46783

They've already made contact with numerous individuals around the globe Travis Walton being one of them and Betty and Barny Hill being two others.

Thus what you are actually referring to is "open" contact meaning a situation that ZOG can no longer hide from the world, since the ET's will make the decision to finally reveal themselves.

Anyway the late LA Times reporter Philip Krapf also alleged to be an abductee and learned from his alien abductors that they are a race calling itself "The Verdants" and I believe also told Philip that they were going to make open contact with humanity in the year 2001 if not the early 2000's but this got screwed up and post poned by the Jews and their puppet Bush administration staging their 9/11 false flag terror attack on the world leaving everything in dissaray and chaos as the world destroying Jews always do.

Anyway had humanity remained peaceful and not had that event apparently the Verdants were going to set up shop in an unpopulated area on earth, I think if I recall correctly they were intending on turning a desert area or someother wild and harsh area into a basically Atlantean (my own word) paradise via their technology and allowing whatever humans who wanted to meet with them and learn about them and their culture to do so freely without them directly imposing themselves on any of us.

Its a fascinating story anyway whether true or not.

Philip I believe was instructed by the beings to write one or two books about his experience which he did and Philip also reported that he saw other powerful world figures aboard the craft apparently also having been abducted by the Verdants to prepare humanity for their arrival whenever such time might come.

And before anyone mentions it Philip also acknowledged his last name (Krapf ie crap) isn't exactly the best signifier of confidence for a story like this but he of course is telling it anyway or rather "was" during his life.

The Verdants also apparently have some type of technology that causes us to be calm and peaceful in their presence and not freaked out by their alien appearance as Travis Walton apparently was by the beings on the craft he ended up on.

More bizarrely Christ fags and general religio types might enjoy the fact that apparently the beings told Philip that they'd located the location of Heaven in the Universe and I think they validated much if not all of the Christ insanity story via their findings which is unfortunate for all of us who don't want to have to live out our eternity (assuming we have souls) under the brutal iron heel of a celestial dictatorship North Korean styled 24 hour, 365 days a year permaneant surveillace nightmare god being that can convict us of thought crime at a whim and sentence us to the viscious Hell he created for not sufficiently kissing his or his equally sadistic son's ass while living.

 No.46900

>>30408

I believe Dr. Steven Greer that the ET's are peaceful and that its actually the deep state ie ZOG carrying out all the harmful supposed "alien abductions" using reversed extraterrestrial technology in order to sell the illusion that the person has been abducted by evil ET's.

The effect of which when enough people are abducted by ZOG posing as ET is that it creates a public narrative of fear and suspicion around the subject of ET's ie "If they exist they must be hostile due to all these reported abductions!" would go the public's thinking.

ZOG's goal with this is of course to set the ground work for their mother of all false flags the ET invasion hoax whereby they scare the absolute shit out of the public that there is an alien threat and that we must all join together and create the one world government (NWO) to fight it and no its not the fun NWO featuring Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash but the one featuring evil Jews and the white race traitors collectively known as the Military Industrial Complex a.k.a just another branch of ZOG but its war and profiteering from wars branch.

Dr. Greer points out that from the Roswell wreckage (and I'm thinking possibly other crash retrievals and or technological exchanges with living alien beings) ZOG has apparently gotten possession of a technology that allows them to create what Greer described as being "programmed life forms" which are essentially biological androids that look convincingly enough like what we humans would consider to be a real ET that ZOG could use these in their upcoming false flag UFO/ET attacks and so when "we" fight back and people find "alien" bodies scattered about the illusion will be so thorough even the most die hard skeptic turd from Plebbit or the old toxic James Randi forum shithole would swallow their pride and admit to themselves that what they found or were being presented with on ZOG Talmudvision was the authentic genuine ET article.

Greer went on to explain in one of his presentations about this that prior to ZOG either getting this technology from the ET's directly or reverse engineering it, ZOG was hilariously enough using midgets in elaborate costuming to sell the abduction illusion and pilot their reverse engineered ET spacecraft.

Greer explained that you can usually tell the Lockheed Martin reversed engineered human made UFO's from the genuine article because ours have rivets and seems visible on the undercarriage whereas the genuine ET crafts are luminous and beautiful and have no rivets or seems though apparently in a famous incident (I forgot the name of) ZOG had stripped a genuine recovered ET craft of it's for lack of a better term "engine" and replaced it with their own nuclear powered reverse engineered "engine" probably to try and better fool the public that it was genuine ET's at work and so they flew it over a certain area where I believe a decent number of people saw it but it ended up getting too close to some car that I think had a grandmother and her grandchildren inside and they ended up with severe radiation burns.

The craft's reverse engineered "engine" then started fucking up and dying (this process of which also apparently was responsible for the grandmother and her grandchildren's radiation burns and other people getting radiation sickness to varying degrees in the surrounding area) and of course the craft ended up crashing whereby ZOG quickly whipped up a cover story of some poisonous contamination spill and for the area to be cleared to a certain radius so they could of course move in with their Hazmat suits, flatbed trucks and tarps and haul their failed experiment the fuck out of dodge before anyone could be the wiser.

 No.46938

File: 1547720456812-0.jpg (72.19 KB, 585x313, 585:313, Project-Blue-Book-ftr.jpg) ImgOps iqdb

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The first episode of Project Blue Book is available for free on iTunes and YouTube (in USA, not sure about other countries, and you have to have an account set up with them to access it, I think).

I have mixed feelings about the first episode. It's not very historically accurate, but I do like the idea of a 1950s- and 1960s-set X-Files-type show. I like the cast, but the writing and story in the first episode were not great. The guy who created the show seems passionate about UFOs, so I have high hopes about this developing into something special.

>‘Project Blue Book’ Is Based on a True U.F.O. Story. Here It Is.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/15/arts/television/project-blue-book-history-true-story.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Blue_Book_(TV_series)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Blue_Book

Josef Allen Hynek (May 1, 1910 – April 27, 1986) was an American astronomer, professor, and ufologist.[1] He is perhaps best remembered for his UFO research. Hynek acted as scientific advisor to UFO studies undertaken by the U.S. Air Force under three consecutive projects: Project Sign (1947–1949), Project Grudge (1949–1952), and Project Blue Book (1952–1969).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Allen_Hynek

 No.47510

GARY McKINNON'S First Interview in years.

UK citizen Gary McKinnon is the most famous UFO "hacker" of all time. Arrested in 2002, he was in danger of extradition to the US for ten years.

What he found was apparent evidence of a secret space program, including references to "non-terrestrial officers" and ship to ship transfers of vessels not in the U.S. military inventory. Moreover, a high-resolution photograph, taken from space, of a smooth, cigar-shaped craft. Gary also talks about the repercussions of being sought by the U.S. government, his depression, suicidal thoughts, and more.

 No.47544

>>47510
Surprised he hasn't been wetworked yet.

 No.47901

This sort of counts.
Old Lady who was a secret serial killer and dark occultist killed butchered and possibly ate over 30 people along her long years of "practicing the dark arts".

More proof that you should trust no one as anyone, even little old ladies can be deadly dangerous.

 No.47905

My mom used to tell a story from her youth about a steak on the kitchen counter suddenly shooting off and across the room. In my own youth I was haunted for a night by a poltergeist that made a fragglerock doll walk across the room and sit down in front of the TV. That was absolutely terrifying. There was another time (years later) we got a voice message on our answering machine from my grandma shortly after she died. I mean…assuming that wasn't the same poltergeist impersonating her.

Sometimes I wonder if this bloodline itself is haunted.

 No.47982

Man I wish someone would post more spooky things itt. 4chhan x is so shit and 8chan is kind of shit and slow and I don't know any other places.

 No.47984

>>47982
Be the change you want to see in the world. Just do it.
-Shia LaBeouf

But seriously, we ain't your media maid who's job it is to serve you and make sure you are entertained. There are whole websites full of the kind of content you seem to want. There is no reason to complain that people here, or on shitchan aren't posting a endless stream of shitty OC and repost for you to consume.

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 No.48341

UFO LEAK OF THE CENTURY. Richard Dolan Analyzes the Admiral Wilson Notes.

>Rumors of secret special access programs to study retrieved UFO technology have been with us for many years. Now a major leak provides powerful confirmation of that truth and much more. Skeptics will be hard pressed to debunk this. The case for "deep black" UFO-related programs beyond formal government oversight just became much stronger.

Notes here:
https://imgur.com/a/ggIFTfQ

 No.48372

>>48341
Full disclosure when

 No.48450

BOB LAZAR : ANSWERS ALL YOUR QUESTIONS : RARE Q&A
Premiered Jun 17, 2019
In this NEW and never before seen interview with former Government physicist Bob Lazar; take a guided look into the specifics of his account working on an extraterrestrial gravity amplification system for the United States Military.

In this rare Q&A with Bob Lazar (possibly his last), Jeremy Corbell and investigative Reporter George Knapp go through the details of how Bob Lazar's account altered the course of history.

 No.48569

Bob Lazar was recently on the Joe Rogan podcast, which has millions of listeners. Maybe this high-profile appearance will encourage others to step forward with corroborating testimony and / or evidence.


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