Saturday, June 30, 2012

Two-Thirds of Americans Think Barack Obama Is Better Suited to Handle an Alien Invasion Than Mitt Romney

What Do You Think?
"According to a new U.S. extraterrestrial survey from National Geographic Channel (NGC), more than 80 million Americans are certain that UFOs exist. In fact, many believe in tangible proof that aliens have landed on Earth and think that government officials are involved in covering up paranormal activities. Moreover, most citizens would not mind a minor alien invasion, because they expect these space-age visitors to be friendly--like the lovable character depicted in Steven Spielberg's popular film "E.T."

Survey results also reveal that more than one-third (36%) of Americans believe UFOs exist. More than one in 10 (11%) are confident that they have spotted a UFO, and one in five (20%) know someone who claims to have seen one.

- Despite the popularity of "Avengers" and "Twilight," more than seven in 10 (71%) Americans think that aliens are more likely to exist than are superheroes, vampires and zombies. Furthermore, if aliens attacked our planet, more than one in five (21%) would most likely call on the Hulk to deal with the havoc. Far fewer would most trust Batman (12%) or Spiderman (8%) to step in.

- In regards to national security, nearly two-thirds (65%) of Americans think Barack Obama would be better suited than fellow presidential candidate Mitt Romney to handle an alien invasion. In fact, more than two in three (68%) women say that Obama would be more adept at dealing with an alien invasion than Romney, vs. 61 percent of men. And more younger citizens, ages 18 to 64 years, than those aged 65+ (68% vs. 50%) think Romney would not be as well-suited as Obama to handle an alien invasion.

Tech Supervisor Erin Ryder and UFOlogist James Fox from NGC's new series "Chasing UFOs," believe the survey results are in line with the interviews and research they found in field operations taping the show. Viewers who watch the series' back-to-back premieres on Friday, June 29, at 9 & 10 p.m. ET/PT, will witness over 30 Texas residents who swear they saw an unidentified flying object in 2008 and Colorado towns folk share their encounters with the team about speeding saucers and green lights that often are spotted in the night sky.

About the Survey

NatGeo's "Aliens Among Us" survey polled a random nationwide sample of 1,114 Americans, May 21-29, 2012. The poll was conducted by Kelton Research, which used e-mail invitations and online surveys. Quotas were set to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the total U.S. population, ages 18 and older. The margin of error is +/-2.9 percent. - spaceref"


Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Tatto Similar To Ancient Alien Art

In reviewing the Coast To Coast AM Newsletter, I could not ignore a featured Tatoo. Reminded me of the Middle Ages Art that depicted "UFO's in Religious pictures..."
" This is a tattoo, on my forearm, of Jesus surrounded by UFOs.

--Vincent Couture-Bauset"

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

The End of The Affair: Tortoise Marriage Ends After 115 Years

 The apparent split of giant tortoises Bibi and Poldi after 115 years of wedded bliss has left an Austrian Zoo, let alone the entire tortoise community, shell-shocked as the two tortoises throw in the towel.

According to the Austrian Times, Bibi and Poldi, who were born in 1897, can no longer stand each other’s company at the Happ Reptile Zoo in Klagenfurt, Austria, which they call home.  Rather than merely drifting apart with age, they've become violent — Bibi especially, who first alerted zoo staff to the breakup by attacking Poldi, biting a chunk out of his shell. Following several more attacks, workers had to separate the former lovers, ultimately moving Poldi to a different enclosure, as they now refuse to share a cage.
Where did things go wrong?

Bibi and Poldi both previously shared space at Switzerland's Basel Zoo, and have spent the last 36 years cohabiting at Happ Reptile Zoo.
It is thought the fallout ends the world’s longest marriage and was sparked by a biting incident

"We get the feeling they can’t stand the sight of each other any more," zoo boss Helga Happ related to the Austrian Times.
Can't Blame Her For Being Annoyed After 115 Years

Counseling, time off for "me-time" and  efforts to rekindle their romance by feeding the tortoises "romantic, good-mood food" have not worked.

Tortoises have been known to live for 150 years or more, so hope prevails that the couple will patch things up.

Perhaps Bibi just needs a girls weekend to decompress?  Why do you think she is so annoyed?

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Starchild Project Update and News..

Many of you as well as I are interested in the Star Child Project.Feel free to donate to the project if you can.This is the latest from the newsletter...
 "Starchild video...

All three videos are posted here on Youtube. You can watch them in order.

Today's big news is that we finally have a C-14 dating result.....
......for THREE CONEHEAD SKULLS! As many of you know, I've been helping Brien Foerster with his well-known research into the famous "Conehead" skulls that are dominantly in Peru, where Brien lives and works, but also found in a few other places around the world. Working together, we had the teeth of three individuals dated using Carbon-14 analysis, and because the answer is less than 10,000 years ago, those tests can be considered highly reliable.

The three teeth are dated between 2,100 and 2,300 YP (years before present). If you'd like to know more about this intriguing result, visit Brien's website that discusses this and several other subjects of interest within Peru.  "

Monday, June 11, 2012

Bible Account True? Go Moses!

Chariots in Red Sea: 'Irrefutable evidence'
'Horse and human remains strewn like battlefield wreckage'
Published: 4 days ago
Joe Kovacs, author of the forthcoming book (out July 17), "The Divine Secret: The Awesome and Untold Truth About Your Phenomenal Destiny", as well as the No. 1 best-seller "Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You've Never Been Told," is executive news editor for WND.

"Coral-encrusted object in Red Sea could be ancient Egyptian chariot wheels

A news report that stunned the world nine years ago about the discovery of possible ancient chariot wheels at the bottom of the Red Sea is suddenly gaining fresh attention with new video claiming “irrefutable evidence” that corroborates the find.

In June 2003, WND interviewed Bible enthusiasts who dove the waters of the Red Sea, alleging they found and photographed parts of chariots that may be the actual remains of the catastrophe brought upon the Egyptian army which pursued the Israelites, according to the Book of Exodus in the Bible.

“I am 99.9 percent sure I picked up a chariot wheel,” said Peter Elmer, a forklift mechanic from Keynsham, England, who made two diving trips to the Gulf of Aqaba branch of the sea. “It was covered in coral.”

“I believe I actually sat in an ancient chariot cab,” he told WND at the time, referring to his time exploring a submerged item in the underwater junkyard. “Without question, it is most definitely the remains of the Egyptian army.”

Now, Michael Rood, a Hebrew-roots teacher, has produced a video proffering evidence Elmer is absolutely correct.

His DVD, titled “The Red Sea Crossing,” documents the work of numerous researchers from the U.S. and overseas who have probed an underwater land bridge between a beachhead at Nuweiba, Egypt, and what is today Saudi,” says Rood. “Cameras mounted on remote-controlled submarines revealed coral-encrusted chariot parts, horse and human remains strewn like battlefield wreckage on the bottom of the reed sea.”

“What they found strewn across the bottom of the reed sea has shaken the religious and scientific

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Rocks catch fire in woman's pocket

Interesting from Phantoms And Monsters "Authorities in Southern California are investigating what appears to be the spontaneous combustion of rocks scooped from a San Clemente Beach that left a woman with third-degree burns.

Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Marc Stone tells City News Service the woman's children collected the rocks Saturday and she tucked them into her pocket.

Stone says at some point the rocks caught fire, burning the woman's right thigh and knee.

Her husband also suffered second-degree burns to his hand trying to put out the flames.

Authorities didn't provide any details about what would have caused the rocks to ignite. Stone says it should take health authorities a week to complete their investigation. - THP
NOTE: the rocks were likely coated with white phosphorus (same chemical found in tracer rounds) which can occur naturally as well as introduced into the environment when industries make it or use it. The friction of the rocks moving around in her pocket probably caused the ignition...Lon"