Saturday, February 27, 2010

Problems Of Present Related To Past Life?


Sometime ago I mentioned Sylvia Browne's research that began with birthmarks from which she discovered many cases that related to death injuries from past lives later expanded to include various experiences from past lives influencing present behavior.Wgether you believe in this form of regression therapy or not,there are some interesting stories related to it.I found this recently:
"Psychiatrist and past-life therapist Dr. Ed Klein talked about how he uses hypnosis to heal patients of phobias caused by traumas that occurred during a previous lifetime. Klein believes a person's soul can leave the physical body and travel to an "in between state," where it remains until it goes into another body. The subconscious, a part of the soul that stores all of the memories and knowledge gained from past lives, is transferred (albeit imperfectly) to the new incarnation, he added.

According to Klein, going back via hypnosis to experience significant parts of a past life, including death, can often lead to healing in the present. As an example, he discussed his work with a patient named Carol who had a severe fear of heights. Klein said he regressed Carol back to a past life where she recalled being a teenager in a village that was under attack by armed men on horseback. The men used spears to force Carol off a cliff, Klein said, noting that after she confronted her previous death she lost her fear of heights. "

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Tunnels Under California?


Underworld regions,hollow earth stories and such have been fascinating readers for a long time.This was an interesting one discovered recently on Stephen Wagner"s About Paranormal.
"According to an article "California Floats On Ocean?' in Search magazine Fall edition 1985, a high ranking but unnamed Naval Officer told of the discovery of a range of tunnels under parts of the Western US. He said nuclear submarines have explored some of these tunnels which are accessible just off the continental shelfand had followed then inland for several hundred miles.
Other highlights include
What is being passed off as the San Andreas Fault is actually large unsupported chambers which are on the verge of collapsing.

A well known US Nuclear Sub actually lost its way in one of the passages and was never heard of again,( Actually two have disappeared under mysterious circumstances,,The USS Thresher and The USS Scorpion.)

Some of California is actually floating on the ocean.When oil companies began pumping oil from under the city of Long Beach it began to sink-up to 26 feet before the pumping stopped.
Source http://aboutparanormal.com/od/hollowearth/a/aa082905_2htm

I am quite unsure of the truth of this but remember the warnings from psychics years ago that California was going to drop off the US???

Monday, February 22, 2010

History In The Remaking?


This interesting bit of news comes from Newsweek.A dig in Turkey challenges belief about the beginning of lifr the article says.Even a few staid archeologists who are so slow to change their thiking believe this is it...
"They call it potbelly hill, after the soft, round contour of this final lookout in southeastern Turkey. To the north are forested mountains. East of the hill lies the biblical plain of Harran, and to the south is the Syrian border, visible 20 miles away, pointing toward the ancient lands of Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent, the region that gave rise to human civilization. And under our feet, according to archeologist Klaus Schmidt, are the stones that mark the spot—the exact spot—where humans began that ascent.
Standing on the hill at dawn, overseeing a team of 40 Kurdish diggers, the German-born archeologist waves a hand over his discovery here, a revolution in the story of human origins. Schmidt has uncovered a vast and beautiful temple complex, a structure so ancient that it may be the very first thing human beings ever built. The site isn't just old, it redefines old: the temple was built 11,500 years ago—a staggering 7,000 years before the Great Pyramid, and more than 6,000 years before Stonehenge first took shape. The ruins are so early that they predate villages, pottery, domesticated animals, and even agriculture—the first embers of civilization. In fact, Schmidt thinks the temple itself, built after the end of the last Ice Age by hunter-gatherers, became that ember—the spark that launched mankind toward farming, urban life, and all that followed.




Göbekli Tepe—the name in Turkish for "potbelly hill"—lays art and religion squarely at the start of that journey. After a dozen years of patient work, Schmidt has uncovered what he thinks is definitive proof that a huge ceremonial site flourished here, a "Rome of the Ice Age," as he puts it, where hunter-gatherers met to build a complex religious community. Across the hill, he has found carved and polished circles of stone, with terrazzo flooring and double benches. All the circles feature massive T-shaped pillars that evoke the monoliths of Easte...

Schmidt's thesis is simple and bold: it was the urge to worship that brought mankind together in the very first urban conglomerations. The need to build and maintain this temple, he says, drove the builders to seek stable food sources, like grains and animals that could be domesticated, and then to settle down to guard their new way of life. The temple begat the city."

It is not as large as Stonehedge but predates it and is vast in numbers of the circles..Full article here:
http://www.newsweek.com/id/233844

A temple complex in Turkey that predates even the pyramids is rewriting the story of human evolution.(Pictured)
Berthold Steinhilber / Laif-Redux
A pillar at the Gobekli Tepe temple near Sanliurfa, Turkey, the oldest known temple in the world
By Patrick Symmes | NEWSWEEK
Published Feb 19, 2010
From the magazine issue dated Mar 1, 2010

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

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Guest Editor On Divining Rods

Happy to have Gail Sheldon as a Guest Editor for the look at use of Rods.She and Jim have a shop on Etsy featuring their Divining Rods.The video shows some of those available at http://psychshop.etsy.com

In the profile she says "I have been Divining for over 25 years both professionaly and privately.
We live on the treasure coast of Florida and I also belong to a paranormal investiagation team.
I have been designing and using L-rods for water, electrical professionaly for years and lately for treasure and ghost hunting and a finder of lost items.
The rods are tested and made by a professional dowser. I know you will love these acurate rods. we make several differnt styles for your pocket book or ease in travel. so trust that each rod will perform at their top ability."


Ghost Hunting with dowsing rods

Dowsing has been around for centuries for finding water and other natural elements, as in ore and precious gem mining. It was called rhabdomancy which the dictionary defines as: (from the Greek) Divination by means of a wand or rod, especially for discovering underground water or ores.

Dowsing or divining can be used for finding many different things and in our present day it has been used by; oil refineries, farmers, well drillers, treasure hunters and police detection use. Dowsing as been used by the military during World War II and the Viet Nam war for finding enemy targets. It was widely publicized and met with excellent success rates.

Today the dowsing rod is very popular in ghost hunting and more!

By looking at the method in which the rods works you can compare them to sophisticated
Electronic equipment for detecting energy fields. You can test their sensitivity by using them along with an EMF meter (electromagnetic field detector). Your rods will move to detect physical manifestations that require an amount of energy, just like an EMF meter. The nice thing about your rods is it cannot experience battery energy drain like an EMF meter!

Quantum physics teaches us that everything in the universe is a mass of molecules that vibrate and has an energy field. Even the very thoughts in your brain, are waves which is an energy field that can be measured. Every bit of energy vibrates and puts out waves which can be measured in one way or another. Your divining rods can pick up and detect these fields when trained to tune into the vibration, just like a tuning fork.

Purchasing Rods
There are many rods for sale on the internet or at stores.
What you should look for:
Material that is electronically sensitive like Brass, which is the best material then cooper, is the next sensitive material.
The rods should be the same length and have the same arc at the 90 degree bend.
They do not have to be cut from the same stock. There is no electrical evidence that being cut from the same stock can help you detect energy better.
How handy are they to carry.
Note: The handles maybe made of any material you find comfortable.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

History Of Valentines Day


There is an interesting post on the History Channel site. I took the liberty of lifting part of it.
"Every February, across the country, candy, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who is this mysterious saint and why do we celebrate this holiday? The history of Valentine's Day — and its patron saint — is shrouded in mystery. But we do know that February has long been a month of romance. St. Valentine's Day, as we know it today, contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition. So, who was Saint Valentine and how did he become associated with this ancient rite? Today, the Catholic Church recognizes at least three different saints named Valentine or Valentinus, all of whom were martyred.

One legend contends that Valentine was a priest who served during the third century in Rome. When Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families, he outlawed marriage for young men — his crop of potential soldiers. Valentine, realizing the injustice of the decree, defied Claudius and continued to perform marriages for young lovers in secret. When Valentine's actions were discovered, Claudius ordered that he be put to death.
Other stories suggest that Valentine may have been killed for attempting to help Christians escape harsh Roman prisons where they were often beaten and tortured.

According to one legend, Valentine actually sent the first 'valentine' greeting himself. While in prison, it is believed that Valentine fell in love with a young girl — who may have been his jailor's daughter — who visited him during his confinement. Before his death, it is alleged that he wrote her a letter, which he signed 'From your Valentine,' an expression that is still in use today. Although the truth behind the Valentine legends is murky, the stories certainly emphasize his appeal as a sympathetic, heroic, and, most importantly, romantic figure. It's no surprise that by the Middle Ages, Valentine was one of the most popular saints in England and France...."
Full article:
http://www.history.com/content/valentine/history-of-valentine-s-day


Big Foot and I wishing you a Happy Valentomes Day

Friday, February 12, 2010

A New Trend Among Suicide Bombers?

I do not know about you but this is something I would never have thought of in a Million years..
"LONDON – Agents for Britain's MI5 intelligence service have discovered that Muslim doctors trained at some of Britain's leading teaching hospitals have returned to their own countries to fit surgical implants filled with explosives, according to a report from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

Women suicide bombers recruited by al-Qaida are known to have had the explosives inserted in their breasts under techniques similar to breast enhancing surgery. The lethal explosives – usually PETN (pentaerythritol Tetrabitrate) – are inserted during the operation inside the plastic shapes. The breast is then sewn up.

Similar surgery has been performed on male suicide bombers. In their cases, the explosives are inserted in the appendix area or in a buttock. Both are parts of the body that diabetics use to inject themselves with their prescribed drugs.


The discovery of these methods was made after the London-educated Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab came close to blowing up an airliner on Christmas Day with explosives he had stuffed inside his underpants.

Keep in touch with the most important breaking news stories about critical developments around the globe with Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, the premium, online intelligence news source edited and published by the founder of WND.

Hours after he had failed, GCHQ – Britain's worldwide eavesdropping "spy in the sky" agency – began to pick up "chatter" emanating from Pakistan and Yemen that alerted MI5 to the creation of the lethal implants.

A hand-picked team was appointed by Jonathan Evans, the head of MI5, to investigate the threat. He described it as "one that can circumvent our defense."

Top surgeons who work in the National Health Service confirmed the feasibility of the explosive implants.

In a report to Evans, one said:

"Properly inserted the implant would be virtually impossible to detect by the usual airport scanning machines. You would need to subject a suspect to a sophisticated X-ray. Given that the explosive would be inserted in a sealed plastic sachet, and would be a small amount, would make it all the more impossible to spot it with the usual body scanner."

Explosive experts at Britain's Porton Down biological and chemical warfare research center told MI5 that a sachet containing as little as five ounces of PETN when activated would blow "a considerable hole" in an airline's skin which would guarantee it would crash.

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wild and weird.Can not even think of a picture to illustrate this.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Charles Fort Said to Invent the Supernatural


Jim Steinmeyer a historian of stage magic discusses his latest book about author and researcher Charles Fort. He titles it "Charles Fort The Man Who Invented The Supernatural"(The phtoillusreation is from the cover.)

Fort's four books about oddities were groundbreaking in the era they were written (1919-1932). For instance, he was one of the first to write about mysterious airships or "vessels in the sky," long before they were called UFOs, Steinmeyer noted. He also was known for chronicling strange meteorological phenomena like frogs and fish falling from the sky (he speculated there might be a kind of gigantic Sargasso Sea or junkyard pool in he sky from which these objects come).

To explain some of the phenomena, such as the airships, Fort proposed the theory that Earth might be controlled by another planet and that "something thinks that it owns us," Steinmeyer recounted. Fort also wrote about mysterious creatures, coined the word "teleportation," and inspired the term "Bermuda Triangle."

He researched material, including many scientific journals, at libraries in New York City and London, and created some 40,000 handwritten notes on separate pieces of torn paper that he cross-categorized and used for his books. The Fortean Society, formed in 1930, was the first of a number of organizations interested in the strange, unexplained phenomena Fort popularized (The UK magazine Fortean Times also takes its name from Fort). Steinmeyer particularly recommends Fort's book Lo, as being one of his most readable (all four are available to read online in a compilation on Google Books).

Some strange happenings are even refered to as "Fortean Events"

Monday, February 8, 2010

The Mystery Of "The Devil's Footprints


Today in history "On the night of February 8, 1855, the mysterious " Devil's Footprints" appeared in Devon, England. The hoof-like tracks, which have never been adequately explained, were said to stretch for over a hundred miles and went through solid walls and haystacks, as if there was no barrier."
Full article http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/devon/other-mysteries/the-devils-footprints.html

"...On the night of the 8th of February 1855, heavy snowfall blanketed the countryside and small villages of Southern Devon. The last snow is thought to have fallen around midnight, and between this time and around 6.00am the following morning, something (or some things) left a myriad of tracks in the snow, stretching for a hundred miles or more, from the River Exe, to Totnes on the River Dart.

The early risers were the first to find them, strange hoof-shaped prints in straight lines, passing over rooftops, through walls and covering huge areas of land. A set of the prints were even supposed to have bridged a two mile span of the river Exe, continuing on the other side as if the creature had walked over the water. a feeling of unease had spread through some of the population, who watched carefully to see if the strange footprints would return...

...It soon became clear that the phenomenon was widespread, and some of the more scientifically minded examined the prints in detail. One naturalist sketched some of the marks, and measured the distance between them, it was found to be eight and a half inches. This spacing seemed to be consistant wherever the tracks were measured. It was also noted that the way in which they were set out, one in front of the other, suggested a biped rather than a creature walking on four legs.

Some clergymen suggested that the prints belonged to the Devil, who was roaming the countryside in search of sinners (a great ploy to fill the churches), while others rejected the idea as superstition..."

Saturday, February 6, 2010

The Cat Who Senses Death


Several months ago I read of a cat named Oscar who baffled staff at a nursing home as he could seem to sense when a person was dying and go to them and stay.It seems he has achieved even hore acknowledgment.Just this past week there was an article, apost,and an Inside Edition spot on TV about him.
..."Dr David Dosa, a geriatrician and assistant professor at Brown University, said that five years of records showed Oscar rarely erring, sometimes proving medical staff at the New England nursing home wrong in their predictions over which patients were close to death.

The cat, now five and generally unsociable, was adopted as a kitten at the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Centre in Providence, Rhode Island, which specialises in caring for people with severe dementia.


Dr Dosa first publicised Oscar's gift in an article in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2007. Since then, the cat has gone on to double the number of imminent deaths it has sensed and convinced the geriatrician that it is no fluke.

The tortoiseshell and white cat spends its days pacing from room to room, rarely spending any time with patients except those with just hours to live.

If kept outside the room of a dying patient, Oscar will scratch on the door trying to get in."
Source http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/7129952/Cat-predicts-50-deaths-in-RI-nursing-home.html
Photo AP

Thursday, February 4, 2010

On Alien Abdudtion And Cover Ups


"Expert in alien abduction experiences, Melinda Leslie discussed cases of people who were interrogated, followed, and even re-abducted by covert operatives following their alien abduction. In her latest research into such "MILAB" cases, she's uncovered 14 "military on military" abduction reports, in which military personnel are recruited into deeper covert levels, interfacing with ET technology, and sometimes communicating with aliens. In one case, a military worker named Ray signed up for a special ops program. The next thing he knew, he was coming out of an altered state at his parents' home and it was two years later, she recounted.

Memories can be wiped out through a combination of hypnosis, intimidation, drugs, and mind control, said Leslie. Joining the program for a segment, Niara Isley shared her MILAB experiences. She suffered from 3 months of missing time in 1980 as an Air Force employee, but was later able to recall memories through hypnosis with Budd Hopkins.

Leslie, an alien abductee, spoke about some of her ET encounters including seeing an insectoid being that had feather-like antennae. Often during MILAB experiences, grey-type aliens are seen working with military officers, she noted. Leslie & Isley will be giving a presentation together at the upcoming International UFO Congress in Laughlin, NV."
http://www.alienexperiences.com/MelindaLeslie
Picture fromGPN

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Psychic Dog?


My little dog "Stickers" used to know when I was coming home from work back in the day.The children would know and say to themselves frpm the dogs' actions" Momma is on her way." So this was interesting among the news articles frpm About Paranormal.

"If you've always suspected that your dog is a little more tuned in than the average Fido, now you have a chance to prove it.

Professional researchers are conducting an experiment to determine whether or not "psychic" dogs actually have the ability to predict when their owners are getting ready to return home from somewhere else. The researchers are looking for people whose dogs exhibit telepathic talents. If your dog qualifies as a subject for the experiment, you could eventually win a $1000 prize for successfully participating.

More information is available at ParanormalWitness.com www.paranormalwitness.com/Contribute-to-paranormal-research-and-studies/is-your-dog-psychic-find-out-and-help-with-animal-psi-research.html

In the early 1990's, Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, biologist, and former Cambridge University fellow, completed a study to find out how many pet owners had observed seemingly psychic abilities in their pets. The household surveys found that 46% of dog owners had noticed this ability in England and 45% in California. In 1998, Sheldrake published a paper on this and further study in the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research. The controversy that followed has inspired researchers to replicate Sheldrake's studies and possibly prove the point one way or another, once and for all.

If you think your dog is psychic, take a closer look at its behavior. Have someone at home with your dog while you’re away running errands. Then, have the person watching your dog call you on your cell phone and tell you to come home. If your dog is tuned-in to your return trip home you should observe them spending more time at the door or window when you’re on your way. This is considered "anticipating behavior."
http://beforeitsnews.com/story/14005/Is_Your_Dog_Psychic_Found_out....html


Thanks to Etsy Artist JenMurray for the illustration use of Please Come Back - 8x10 Fine Art Print
.Check out this and others at http://JenMurray.etsy.com

Monday, February 1, 2010

Haunted Knicks


I do not keep up with the team, but thought this was interesting for any who dpes.
"OKLAHOMA CITY - The Knicks were afraid, very afraid. And it had nothing to do with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

For two days, several players had trouble sleeping because they were convinced that their downtown hotel is haunted.

"I definitely believe it," Jared Jeffries said. "The place is haunted. It's scary."

Eddy Curry claims he slept for only two hours Sunday night because he couldn't stop thinking about ghosts roaming the hotel.

For years, guests staying at the Skirvin Hilton have reported ghost sightings and strange noises. Legend has it that sometime in the 1930s, a woman jumped to her death while holding her baby in her hands.

"They said it happened on the 10th floor and I'm the only one staying on the 10th floor," Curry said. "That's why I spent most of my time in (Nate Robinson's) room. I definitely believe there are ghosts in that hotel."

Assistant coach Herb Williams teased Jeffries and Curry for believing that the Skirvin is haunted, but Curry wasn't laughing.

"There are too many stories," Curry said. "Something is going on there."

BY Frank Isola
DAILY NEWS SPORTS Weiter"

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/basketball/knicks/2010/01/12/2010-01-12_hotel_ghosts_have_knicks_hearing_boos.html#ixzz0cbGmEWui