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The well seal was a very old atomic symbol. Full Story…

Recently released war records reveal the use of a “political decoy” (doppelganger or body-double) –– a look-alike trained to impersonate Hitler in order to draw attention away from him and deal with risks on his behalf.

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It is documented that the Nazi Fuhrer vetted at least four doubles. 
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Pope Sixtus VI: An Inglorious Guide To Hitler’s Doubles (2013) 


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Noam Chomsky: Zombies are the new Indians and slaves in white America’s collective nightmare.
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By Nick Romeo. Was the Parthenon used as a site for virgin sacrifice? Does the Parthenon frieze depict virgin sacrifice, and was it built over the tomb of these maidens of myth?
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By Luc Ferry – review. Are you a Cassandra or a Gorgon? What Greek myths can teach us about life, death and shopping.
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Research in computer science has urbanized artificial intelligence. Can it also draw on mind control?
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Posted: December 16, 2013, 10:22 pm
Who would be the new Pope? Were they to name him Pope Sixtus VI, an anagram for Pope 666? Some say it was actually the magician Simon Magus who was the first pope, not the apostle Peter.
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Who was the sperm donor of Jefferson Medical College’s Quaker artificial insemination experiment?
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The discovery of a Jewish synagogue at the magnificent treasury of Delos not only sheds light on lost Israelite gold. It also suggests that the Golden Age of Hellenism was to some extent paid for with King Solomon’s gold.
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Posted: August 13, 2013, 5:14 am
It has recently emerged that Israeli magician and psychic Uri Geller worked as a CIA spy, according to a new documentary. But is Geller an alien agent?
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Why does the US government live out extreme pesticide devotion? There can be only one reason: a foreseeable insect invasion.
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Posted: May 22, 2013, 3:58 am
When partners of the United Nations and the U.S. Congress asked experts to estimate the standing of global computer security, the answer was unsatisfactory: There is none. No expert could guarantee 100% secrecy for online computing systems.
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Quantum Teleportation: Synchronicity and ESP

By Peter Fotis Kapnistos (2010)


Quantum entanglement implies faster than light-speed interactions. It creates an experience of non-locality, or what Albert Einstein called “spooky action at a distance” that defies classical and relativistic concepts of space and time. Gravity-free expansion of a magnetized wormhole may produce faster than light-speed entanglement and non-locality by tethering the fifth state of matter. Full story…







Two ancient rivets were made into immovable bolts, to prevent a ley line, or commonly traveled pathway, from becoming a fault line. But the unattractive pillars are gone now, taken away by a modern museum team. When the new fault line forms, will three continents lash against each other? Full story…







Philadelphia to Athens: USS Eldridge Wartime Mission




Scotland Yard investigated the Third Reich doppelganger theory (British Council infiltration by Bavarian Illuminati or Astrum Argentium “Silver Star”) and the final report now remains hidden from the public. A hundred-year ban has been imposed on key facts concerning the so-called deaths of certain German leaders. The US Navy, on the other hand, keeps its own documents (Stargate Project) and is ready to make public any information required to bear out that American forces were not drawn into unlawful activity. Full story…





There is a Germanic belief in sympathetic magic that a man can change himself into a werewolf by donning a girdle belt. Full story…




Government and the Alien Scapegoat


September 5th, 2010



Professor Stephen Hawking recently said that if we were ever discovered by an alien civilization, they would probably conquer us. But don’t imagine space ships and laser cannons. They will conquer us with a microbe. Will the Earth’s governments know how to face up to it, when it comes to the worst of the worst? Full story…







August 17th, 2010


Woes of a Doomsday Well




Who would ever have thought that ‘a well below the sea’ could rise up as a threat to our present society? As a matter of fact, a few others and I did warn about it — with some telepathic precautions. Full story…






January 9th, 2010


Uri Geller in Greece

Final Stage: Lightning and the Savant




Metal bending celebrity Uri Geller first became conscious of his strange ability when he was approximately five years old. He was playing in a neighbor’s yard in Tel Aviv when “a light from the sky” hit him and knocked him to the ground. Soon after that, he was having a bowl of soup — when his spoon bent and broke. Full story…






December 25th, 2009


Uri Geller in Greece

Part 2: Zorba and Biophoton Magnetism





The formation of synthetic magnetic fields using visible light could correspond to the Geller Effect. Biophoton emissions are linked to the body’s metabolism. When asked why he bends spoons, Uri Geller replied: “The spoon is an ancient tool.” He told us that he owns a very antiquated spoon –– thousands of years old –– from the time of the pyramids. Full story…




sting and uriThe award-winning musician Sting once said that he could bend a spoon with the power of his thoughts. I wrote a brief outline of my lost tribe folklore discoveries. Most of Uri Geller’s critics claim that he bends spoons by trick methods. Yet none of those explanations correspond to the details of what I closely observed. Full story…






Uriel: The Well Seal and the Man of the Island

The Well Seal: Peter Fotis KapnistosThe Well Seal: Peter Fotis Kapnistos


The well seal was a very old atomic symbol of heavy hydrogen or deuterium. Its broken nucleus signifies binary fission, the strongest force in nature. Paul Dale Roberts February 20 2009 Interview with Peter Fotis Kapnistos, American Journalist ( There are two types of MIBs. The first modern report of genuine Men in Black was in 1953 by Albert Bender… Full Story…  


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November 28th, 2009



Merely ten percent of the cells in your body are human cells. Merely ten percent of the mass in the universe is visible matter... Full story...





November 18th, 2009




The Men Who Stare at Goats is a book by Jon Ronson about the U.S. Army’s investigation of the paranormal. Famed paranormalist Uri Geller relates to Ronson’s observations. Did something weird happen to Geller when he jumped as a paratrooper? Today, the prospects for life on the moon are better than ever. Does the government have connections with human looking moon visitors living on earth? Full story...







In the nutshell of a classic nursery rhyme, Peter Fotis Kapnistos outlines a brief background of the 911 conspiracy theory, using the “Problem Reaction Solution” method invented by David Icke. Full story...








Some modern UFO myths were produced by the German development of rocketry and jet aircraft, which led to the missile and space programs of the Soviet Union and the United States. Here is a timeline of post-war military flying disc developments, and a record of some up to date unsolved UFO incidents. Full story...



August 6th, 2009


The "Spirit or Alien" Question



The introduction of modern science consigned ghosts and spirits to the fantasy zone of delusions and superstitions. But the swift growth of astrobiology in the past few years has presented an exceptional challenge. Q-life –– set apart as a “life form without material structure” –– ironically harks back to our ancient belief in spirits. It can evolve many orders of magnitude faster than chemical life. Full story...



June 17th, 2009




Perhaps the most incredible space photos ever put on view are enfolded in a great mystery known as "pareidolia." A category of  optical illusions, pareidolia is an uncertain impression perceived as something  clear and distinct. I was initially amused to find that many people expressed sight of an allegorical  humanoid shape pinpointed on the map of the visible universe. If information from a higher intelligence were projected out of a black hole, it  would show up near the event horizon in a clutter of Hawking radiation. But  quantum perturbations would allow  at least some conspicuous meaning to arise from the clutter. Could intellectual  abstraction be a key attractor to extraterrestrial contact? Full story...


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Were you with the sons of thunder?
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May 18th, 2009

God and the Multiverse



If the mind of God or some type of higher consciousness is hardwired into the stuff of space-time, how did it get there? Is there a commonsense reason why the initial conditions of the big bang were fine-tuned, spot on, for a life-sustaining cosmos — or is consciousness just a weird and spectacular accident? What caused the big bang in the first place, and where did the matter that became the universe come from? Full story...





April 28th, 2009

Magnetic “Woo” and James Randi


"The Amazing Randi" recently poked me for a million-dollar award he has promised to anyone with proof of paranormal powers (shrugged off as "woo" by skeptics). Numerous theorists describe the collective subconscious, a sense of the greater good, or the trust of instinct as what mainly determines humankind´s evolving nature. Full story...




April 19th, 2009

Uri Geller and the YouTube Video Smear



Some years ago, Uri Geller became the world’s best-known psychic celebrity. The belief that Soviet telepathic phenomena could in fact pose a grave danger to the Western world was taken rather seriously in the 1970s. Uri Geller was at the heart of the related uproar. Even “Nature” magazine, the world’s most respected science journal, published a detailed report on Geller’s remarkable talents. Fatefully, after the Soviet Union collapsed so did scientific concern for psychic phenomena. Full Story… 



"Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary." - Poe: The Raven


Pink panther elephant discovered

A pink baby elephant has been caught on camera in Botswana. A wildlife cameraman took pictures of the calf when he spotted it among a herd of about 80 elephants in the Okavango Delta. Experts believe it is probably an albino, which is an extremely rare phenomenon in African elephants. Full story…





March 15th, 2009


More Terrible than Atlantis?




According to Plato, the “great and wonderful empire of Atlantis” ruled the prehistoric Mediterranean world as well as “the opposite continent” (of America), which surrounded “the true ocean.” Today the legend of Atlantis is mostly rejected and sporadically made fun of by writers who see it merely as a philosophical invention of Plato’s imagination. Yet we have reached a perilous stage in human history that might prove to be even more terrible than the fall of Atlantis. To comprehend the impending jeopardy, let’s look at some resemblances between ancient Atlantis and modern Britain. Full Story…



Scientists find bacteria in space Indian scientists have discovered three new species of bacteria in Earth's upper stratosphere that are resistant to ultraviolet radiation, researchers said. The bacteria do not match any species found on Earth. They were found in samples that scientists collected when they sent a balloon into the stratosphere, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said in a statement. That layer of the Earth receives heavy doses of ultraviolet radiation, enough to kill most organisms. Full Story...  

Predator X was fearsome  


A marine monster described as the most fearsome animal ever to swim in the oceans boasted a bite up to 11 times as strong as that of Tyrannosaurus rex. The fossil remains of the huge pliosaur were dug up last summer from the permafrost on Svalbard, a Norwegian island close to the North Pole. Full Story...  

Scholar disputes Essenes existed Biblical scholars have long argued that the Dead Sea Scrolls were the work of an ascetic and celibate Jewish community known as the Essenes, which flourished in the 1st century A.D. in the scorching desert canyons near the Dead Sea. Now a prominent Israeli scholar, Rachel Elior, disputes that the Essenes ever existed at all — a claim that has shaken the bedrock of biblical scholarship. Full Story...  

Roses are red to deter  


The common myth that roses are red because the colour attract flies, birds and mammals is wrong, researchers say. Rather, it is used to deter its predators. The red color is due to the petals' high cyanide content. Researchers from Universities of Plymouth and Portsmouth and Curtin University in Western Australia found high levels of cyanide in red flowers such as roses and poppies. They believe the high cyanide content in the flowers can repel herbivores. Full Story...  

Cattle respond to magnetic fields High-voltage power lines mess with animal magnetism. Researchers, who reported last year that most cows and deer tend to orient themselves in a north-south alignment, have now found that power lines can disorient the animals. When the power lines run east-west, that's the way grazing cattle tend to line up, researchers led by Hynek Burda and Sabine Begall of the faculty of biology at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Full Story...  

Pink elephant iguana discovered


A spectacular pink type of Galapagos iguana promises to rewrite the family's evolutionary history in the islands. Rosada was missed by Charles Darwin during his 1835 visit, but appears to indicate the earliest known divergence of land animals in the archipelago. Writing in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), researchers say rosada split from other land iguanas about 5.7 million years ago. The scientists suggest that fewer than 100 of the animals still exist. Full Story...




March 4th, 2009


Strange Things I Don't Talk About


Peter Fotis Kapnistos In my lifetime I have experienced a few incidents that might be described as Fortean because they remain outside the recognized theories of science. Altogether, there were really only four or five such anomalous occurrences in my whole life and they took place years apart. But even so, I remember them in detail because they remain unexplained. I suspect that many ordinary people also experience extraordinary things but don´t talk about them for fear of being laughed at. Full story...  

The strange case of the surveillance cameras This is the story of a statistic; it is sort of a detective story. The mystery stat was sitting on one of our Times blogs and read “the average Brit is caught on security cameras some 300 times a day” and, God knows why, I just decided to chase the number down and find out where it came from. The colleague responsible for the blog referred me to a couple of news stories, and to a document issued by the office of an important and newsworthy quango. Full story...  

Pink elephant dolphin discovered



The world's only pink Bottlenose dolphin which was discovered in an inland lake in Louisiana, USA, has become such an attraction that conservationists have warned tourists to leave it alone. Full story...

Bush Claimed Power to Suspend First Amendment Rights As crazy as it sounds today, Deputy Asst. Attorney General John Yoo wrote a memo in 2001 that claimed that because of the war on terror, the president had the power to suspend Americans’ First Amendment Rights. It seems that we came a lot closer to a post-9/11 dictatorship than many of us even imagined. The chilling sentence in the memo titled, “Memorandum Regarding Authority for Use of Military Force to Combat Terrorist Activities within the United States (10-23-2001) states the belief that, “First Amendment speech and press rights may also be subordinated to the overriding need to wage war successfully.” Yoo also used several cherry picked Supreme Court decisions to claim that, “Thus, the Supreme Court has recognized that the Government’s compelling interests in wartime justify restrictions on the scope of individual liberty.” Full story...  

Any more Earths out there? Someday it might be said that this was the beginning of the end of cosmic loneliness. Presently perched on a Delta 2 rocket at Cape Canaveral, Florida, is a one-ton spacecraft called Kepler. If all goes well, the rocket was to lift off on a journey that will eventually propel Kepler into orbit around the Sun. There the spacecraft's mission will be to discover Earthlike planets in Earthlike places, that is to say, in the not-too-cold, not-too-hot Goldilocks zones around stars where liquid water can exist. The job, in short, is to find places where life as we know it is possible. Full story...  

German car firm 'used hair from Auschwitz' One of the pillars of German industry, the giant but debt-crippled Schaeffler car parts supplier, was accused of using hair shorn from at least 40,000 Auschwitz death camp prisoners to make textiles at its factories in Nazi-occupied Poland during the Second World War. The highly disturbing allegations were contained in new evidence unearthed by Polish historians at the Auschwitz museum, who said they had found rolls of fabric made from camp inmates' hair at a former Schaeffler factory in Poland's southern region of Silesia. Full story...  

The Human Polar Bear What on Earth would drive a man to swim in Arctic waters wearing nothing but Speedos, goggles and a cap? Lewis Pugh braves the icy water off the arctic archipelogo of Svalbard. For Lewis Pugh, it was a love of the environment and a passionate desire to save the Arctic from global warming. His 1 km swim (0.62 of a mile) in 2007 made him the first person to complete a long-distance swim at the North Pole -- the purpose, to highlight the fact that it was possible to swim for a kilometer in a place that should be solid ice. Full story...  

New headstone a mystery at cemetery The appearance of a new headstone honoring a man who died in 1779 has officials at an Isle of Wight, Va., cemetery confused, a church historian says. Church historian Pam Glanville said no one knows where a white marble headstone honoring a Revolutionary War soldier came from and equally mysterious is if the late soldier was ever buried at St. Luke's Cemetery, The (Newport News, Va.) Daily Press said. Full story...  

Mars had 'recent' running water 


Mars appears to have had running water on its surface about one million years ago, according to new evidence. Images from a Nasa spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet show fan-shaped gullies on the surface which seem to be about 1.25 million years old, the study says. Full story...  

CIA Destroyed 92 Interrogation Tapes New documents show the CIA destroyed nearly 100 tapes of terror interrogations, far more than has previously been acknowledged. The revelation comes as a criminal prosecutor is wrapping up his investigation in the matter. The acknowledgment of dozens of destroyed tapes came in a letter filed by government lawyers in New York, where the American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit seeking more details of the Bush administration's terror interrogation programs following the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. Full story...  

Women More Religious Than Men A new analysis of survey data finds women pray more often then men, are more likely to believe in God, and are more religious than men in a variety of other ways. The reasons, analysts say, could range from traditional mothering duties to the tendency of men to take risks - in this case the chance they might not go to heaven. Full story...  

Farmer's Male Calf Born With Two Heads A southwest Missouri cattleman has been delivering calves at his farm for a long time, but a calf born recently sure was different. This one had two heads. Scott Clift said he delivered the chocolate-colored male calf at his farm near Aldrich, in Polk County. Clift said the calf had two fully-formed heads that appeared to be connected to its body just behind the skull. Full story...  

Fame and Fortune: Uri Geller  


The performer best known for his spoon bending says money does not mix with his ‘philosophy, ideology or spirituality.’ Full story...  

Can a machine read your mind? It sounds like science fiction, but politicians, lawyers and advertisers are falling over themselves to buy into the latest scientific discovery: brainjacking. Soon our secret desires and not so innocent thoughts could become public knowledge. John Naish investigates an uncomfortable trend. Full story...  

Missing mobile found inside fish A businessman who lost his mobile phone on a beach was amazed when it turned up - in the belly of a giant cod. Full story...  

The world's strangest laws Did you know it's illegal in France to name a pig Napoleon? Or that in Ohio you're not allowed to get a fish drunk? Alex Wade celebrates the spirit of the silly season with a list of the world's most ridiculous laws. Full story...  

Scientist says life doomed by climate woes Climate change will wipe out most life on Earth by the end of this century and mankind is too late to avert catastrophe, a leading British climate scientist said. Full story...  

Anger can lead to sudden cardiac failure Before flying off the handle the next time someone cuts you off in traffic, consider the latest research from Yale School of Medicine researchers that links changes brought on by anger or other strong emotions to future arrhythmias and sudden cardiac arrests, which are blamed for 400,000 deaths annually. Full story...  

Psychologists Shed Light On Origins Of Morality In everyday language, people sometimes say that immoral behaviours “leave a bad taste in your mouth”. But this may be more than a metaphor according to new scientific evidence from the University of Toronto that shows a link between moral disgust and more primitive forms of disgust related to poison and disease. Full story...  

Earliest modern gait found in ancient footprints  


More than a million years ago an ancient human ancestor walked across a sandy plain in eastern Africa, leaving footprints that scientists are now hailing as the earliest evidence of modern upright walking. Full story...  

Glaciers Melting Faster Than First Thought Glaciers in Antarctica are melting faster and across a much wider area than previously thought, a development that threatens to raise sea levels worldwide and force millions of people to flee low-lying areas, scientists said. Full story...

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