While EVP researchers in our world attempt to communicate with spirits using recording devices, could there be individuals in other dimensions, incorporeal from our point of view, attempting to do the very same? Konstantīns Raudive’s Breakthough, which I briefly summarized earlier this month, points in that direction.
Here are a couple videos that should make everyone, especially conspiracy theorists, really excited about the future.
If reports are to be believed, there have been so many alleged mermaid sightings in Kiryat Yam, Israel that its local government has offered a $1 million reward to anyone who can provide undeniable video evidence.
A spirit guide is an otherworldly entity that assists a living person in strange and subtle ways. It’s said that each of us has at least one, assigned at the moment we’re born, who follows us throughout our lives. Sometimes, they come and go, helping us when needed, acting as a kind of supernatural support system.
What did I say, time travelers? All those years ago? What’s the number one rule of time travel that every wannabe chrononaut just can’t seem to follow? No cell phones. It’s a simple request, but clearly time travelers have respect for neither space nor time. You see, yet again, proof of their temporal gallivanting has …
John Titor’s bizarre time travel story, whether you believe it or not, has entered into our popular culture. It’s been discussed on message boards, shared on lazily-updated paranormal websites, and has even appeared in the popular anime and interactive novel Steins;Gate. But did you know there’s actually an old role-playing game that some believe Titor …
Is it possible to speak with the dead? In the 1960s, Latvian parapsychologist Konstantīns Raudive investigated electronic voice phenomena, embarking on a journey that would seem to have answered that question.
They may already be dead or hidden, but a new study has arrived suggesting that intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations are likely to exist throughout the universe, extinct or otherwise.
NOAA tells me mermaids aren’t real, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make them real. Last month, Stanford University revealed the creation of OceanOne, a remote-controlled robot — a “robo-mermaid,” if you will — designed to act as a robotic avatar for underwater exploration.
Aliens are out there. In the sky, underground, between dimensions. And, if one man’s photo taken during his journey home from the Isle of Wight is any indication, they can sometimes be found on coach buses, too.