Monday, January 24, 2011

Floating Buildings and Aliens in the street


The High Strangeness of these days keeps throwing things at the casual researcher, determined either to scare him off or to entice him even more.
The article that caught my eye was written by Chris Holly over at, and refers to sightings of floating buildings (!).
Not only building-sized UFOs, but ACTUAL BUILDINGS too! Read this report:

The  man's mother was driving along the highway she traveled frequently very late at night . It was a very dark night. As she drove she noticed just to the side of the road some lights that looked like the lit windows of a tall building.

She knew there weren't any buildings  anywhere near where she was driving. In fact the only place near where a building like the  one she was  looking at was located was a good 50 miles away .

The woman drove past the building amazed at the fact it was standing in the middle of nowhere.  After she drove past it she pulled over as her curiosity got the better of her to get a  look at this strange sight. She got out of her car to get a better look at this misplaced building.

The woman told her son that the building was the size of a 7 or 8 story building. She told him the windows were rectangle in shape and well lit from the inside. There was no sound at all coming from the building. As the woman stood looking at the huge structure of windows she realized she could almost make out the interior of the building . She also realized she could not make out the definite lines of the exterior of the building or see the base where it was attached to the earth.

As the woman stood next to her car she realized the structure seemed to simply be floating next to the road. This startled and upset the woman.  She jumped back in to her car and drove away. She looked back numerous times in her rear view mirror to find she could not see the building , the windows or the lights anywhere behind her.

There are more reports of buildings silently hovering in remote areas from all over the world..
They, whoever they are, seem to be relocating, and not only their bodies, but their homes as well ! Hey, it may not be that long till they bring their pets too.
Or cafeterias and Bars.
And there must be those that do not own a home and are cruising suburbia to find homes for sale:

The video is probably a hoax, but it fit my trail of thought nicely…

The way things are going, maybe, not long from now, the neighborhoods of Earth will be far more multi-ethnic than anyone predicted.
Hell, maybe they already are:

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Israel shoots down UFO as sightings rise

In this story CNN reports that Israeli fighter planes shot down an Unidentified Flying Object flying over a nuclear plant. To those who are familiar with UFO patterns this is a common occurrence as our mysterious guests have an unexplained love for nuclear, weapons  and electricity installations, as well as large bodies of water.
(although they seem to avoid running water such as rivers, reminding us of the Medieval lore that witches cannot cross streams or rivers).
Nothing new in this story, other than the fact that it was announced. Even if it was something from another world, it’s fragments are undoubtedly locked away in an Israeli equivalent of Area 51.


The report comes in a time where UFO sightings are on the rise, and not a small rise either.

According to the United Nations 150 million people have reported seeing a UFO since 1947, when the modern-day UFO era begun.
This number is by no means up to date, because of two factors:
1. there is no one central reporting database or research center, but rather a multitude of Organizations, Forums. Groups, Sub-groups and rival factions. It’s a mess.
2. Most of the sightings are taking place in China, where strict censorship and ignorance prevent full exposure. (remember the Pyramids of China, not revealed to the public until 1994, and still largely unexplored?)


So what does it all mean? Is it a build-up for the imminent Invasion-Disclosure-Announcement? Is it a product of the Internet Age, where information and personal publishing is as easy as breathing? Has actual UFO activity risen or just reports of it? (although that reminds me of the question whether a tree falling in the woods with no one to hear makes any noise…)

I don’t know if it all leads to something concrete, besides the fact that more and more people are convinced that we are not alone. That alone is important since it has been the goal of UFO buffs to convert everyone, not to mention the Great Government Conspiracy poised to reveal all when we are ready…
As one commenter on the subject pointed out here:

UFO reports increase in proportion to humans increasing sense of self importance. So much for the Copernican scientific revolution.

That’s bitter.. And it sounds dangerously true..

Images above part of the *U* UFO Database, sadly now closed.
More links here.

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Friday, January 14, 2011

Heinlein knew (they walk among us..)

I always new Robert Heinlein to be a free spirit and a great thinker (and an amazing writer, of course), but it has now come to my attention that his interests lied in more than fiction.
According to this post, syndicated all over the blogosphere, he states that “alien life has been here since the beginning of man’s existence on Earth”. That’s not all:
“Because Heinlein was so well respected, the U.S. House and Senate asked him to appear before a special “Joint Committee” investigating both UFO sightings and the author’s theory that aliens were living among Earthlings and doing both good and bad things for mankind.
However, just prior to this special session of Congress to hear what’s what from the world’s leading authority on extraterrestrial life, Heinlein was suddenly stricken in his sleep from reported “emphysema and heart failure.”
Now, I could have sworn that the same thing happened to Mac Tonnies, immediately prior to publishing his book The Cryptoterrestrials.
Wait, it did happen.
Mac Tonnies died in his sleep form “natural causes”. He was 34, so I cannot guess what the “natural causes” might be, but makes you wonder, especially if you are conspiratorial in nature, like me.
And take a look at this story, which describes how Ken Kesey lived close to a “gang of aliens” at Bray’s Point, Oregon. An interesting read.
Despite the best efforts of anyone with an interest in keeping the truth hidden, I have a strong feeling that this will be an age of revelations.
The truth starts appearing in little snippets all over the world.
It’s just that sometimes it’s just too hard to distinguish it among all the garbage.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

DIY project: The Devil’s Toybox


I just had to blog about this, in case I can inspire anyone to try it and report back..

According to James Paradie of Scared Sheetless, you can build a little device called The Devil’s Toybox and produce some really creepy results.
Construction is simple. Six mirrors of the same size, glued together with the reflective side inside, thus forming a cube.
What can you do with it, you ask?

But, you take six mirrors of the same size, put them into a cube form…Okay, what else do you do? Do you do any special séance or do you put some witch spell on it? Neither. You simply let it sit and let it do it’s “work”. Supposedly if you were to let this sit for awhile the six mirrors, according to Mr. Warren, cause a back and forth energy loop. Over time you could be hearing strange noises coming from the cube. Growling and other weird noises have been reported coming from the mirror.

All this according to paranormal junkie, Joshua P. Warren, as reports of this cannot be found anywhere in Googleland.
So, why would you build something that can scare the shit out of you in the middle of the night, with no apparent gain? Well, because you can!  I’m tempted.

Eagerly awaiting your reports on this!

Friday, January 7, 2011

Birds drop dead around the World: Signs?


I watched the news the day before yesterday the story about thousands of birds falling dead from the sky in Arkansas.
Then, yesterday, I watched a news report about the same thing happening, only this time in Sweden. I was a little creeped out.
Today I did a Google search. I was definitely creeped out: More dead birds in Louisiana and Italy.
It is now referred to as a Worldwide Phenomenon.

Experts first proclaimed that the Arkansas deaths where the product of firework scare, but according to this :

Preliminary autopsies on 17 of the up to 5,000 blackbirds that fell on this town indicate they died of blunt trauma to their organs, the state's top veterinarian told NBC News on Monday. Their stomachs were empty, which rules out poison, Dr. George Badley said, and they died in midair, not on impact with the ground.

As for the doves dropping dead in Italy, they had a “a mysterious blue tinge to their beaks”.

This is seriously not funny. I will not even try to make assumptions, but “crushed organs” and “blue beaks”?
It could all mean many things, and none of them good..
To top it all off, this is accompanied by thousands of tons of fish washed up dead on beaches. Can you say Doomsday?

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Disassembling Lovecraft

Courtesy of the Surreal One the above movie trailer came to my attention: The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu.
Yep. It’s a comedy. And although my skin crawls at the thought of the Great Old Ones being used in a comedy, I have to admit the whole “last Lovecraft” premise sounds funny. If you couple that with generous amounts of tentacles and goo and unnamable horrors, well, they could have something.  Here’s the story.


On the contrary, the “In Search of Lovecraft” flick I saw last week, made me weep for the lost, never to be returned, hours I spent watching it.
It is the tale of a young reporter who stumbles on to a Mythos-inspired cult, and faces horrors unknown to mankind. Yeah right.

The film looks like it was made by high-school kids, and sounds even worse! As for the horrors, some of the special effects will make your skin crawl with their apparent crappiness!
To top it all up, the movie poster features a naked chick with glowing eyes. Can you say “sexploitation”? (although there is not one shred of nudity inside the film, so it’s only poster-wise… )

Pffffff. I will have to wait for “In the Mountains of Madness” by Guillermo Del Toro. At least there there is hope. And hope dies last.

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