Is There Really A Giant “Alien Face” In Antarctica?

Recently, an eagle-eyed UFO aficionado using Google Earth spotted what looked like a gigantic “alien” head sticking out of the Antarctic wastes.

I was skeptical of this entire (now-viral, natch) story, I decided to download the Google Earth app (pretty sure this isn’t all a stunt by Google) and check for myself: Continue reading “Is There Really A Giant “Alien Face” In Antarctica?”

Talking Back To The “Alien”

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I recently watched a video from a mystic-type person I follow on YouTube. She started doing this channeling thing and I think I kind of momentarily crapped my pants. It was so sudden; just cutting the woman off in mid-sentence and “bubbling” out from her. But the advice she (or it…or they???) gave was so on-point—it felt almost as if this type of entity was SPEAKING RIGHT TO ME, sort of reading my mind and addressing my issues.

Then a little bit later on I watched some other videos from the series and I suddenly had a bad, dark, terrible feeling.

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The Aliens Brought Pancakes: The Joe Simonton UFO Mystery

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“If Simonton merely hallucinated this whole episode, where did the accursed astral pancakes actually come from?”
–Robert Anton Wilson, “The Cosmic Trigger I”

On April 18 1961, three aliens allegedly landed in a flying saucer on the Eagle River, Wisconsin property of Joe Simonton. Simonton, a chicken farmer, claimed that the extraterrestrials presented him with a parting gift: a stack of pancakes that they had been nonchalantly grilling within their craft.

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Nixon, Jackie Gleason, and Aliens

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“I have never seen a flying saucer anywhere personally but have read published flying saucer literature. Most of this literature is ridiculous, but amongst the trash there are some undeniable points that can not be refuted even by the United States Government.”
—Jackie Gleason

You might know Jackie Gleason from the classic 1950s TV sitcom The Honeymooners—but apparently he was also quite the UFO aficionado. Amassing a collection of over 1,700 books on the paranormal and flying saucers, Gleason even built an impressive UFO-shaped home in Peekskill New York that he called “The Mothership.” Continue reading “Nixon, Jackie Gleason, and Aliens”

The Horus Transmission

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I originally channelled this on May 18, 2006. By “channeled” I mean: I just started writing it, without any sort of conscious planning or thought. (Since then, I have added italics and other formatting here and there for emphasis.) It was a period of time in my life where I had just come off of a serious illness, the effects of which I could only get over by an extreme “pure” diet. Perhaps these were the factors—coupled with an extended break from work and travel—that produced the ideal “environment” for this sort of work.

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