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06 May 2010

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Lysander

Freaky. Certainly improbable. But these days I don't dismiss anything right out of hand.

Matthew

He'a also a big supporter of organized chess. Oh, well, organized chess--which I love--is loaded with the misanthropes.

Cato the Censor

I don't claim to be an expert on Russians, but apparently large numbers of them happily swallow huge quantities of hogwash that even an American tabloid would reject. UFOs are a prominent example of this.

Cloned Poster

Yuri Gagarin got there first.

J

Colonel,

We can laugh all we want, however there are many in Russia that do believe in extra-terrestrials, and the threat to state security they may pose.

WILL

i-have-been-abducted-by-aliens-says-japans-first-lady in the Independent

Now of course the source given above is owned by a former KGB b/ it was all over other world news outlets. For those that have read the God Helmet article i referenced in the shroud of Torino thread, these kind of feelings are consistent w/ temporal lobe excitements set off by tectonic plate shifts & other magnetic disturbances in those suitably "labile" or sensitive.

R Whitman

Many years ago Winston Cigarettes published a ad that I still have up on my bulletin board. It said:

"If aliens are smart enough to travel through space, why do they keep abducting the dumbest people on earth"

I have been waiting many years to quote it. This is my chance.

SubKommander Dred

Pat:
Perhaps it was the Shape Shifting Reptilian Aliens from the Drako Constellation that grabbed the prez. I got it all on down low from David Icke, and since he's on the Alex Jones show all the time, it must be true...

Pete Deer

greg0

When voting, I always check the endorsements or for ballot measures, the outfit that paid for the argument.
I see your link to Faux 'News'.
Okay, here is another interesting story:
http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/153063
Here is a teaser - "The non-human entity was quickly identified,
carefully watched, photographed and eventually captured near a
shopping mall (southeast of Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland) after it
walked up an embankment. It was quickly determined that this male
alien had no special powers nor abilities."

"The male non-human voluntarily complied with the U.S. intelligence
AFOSI special agents and went quietly and without incident. The male
non-human was then remanded to custody and placed in captivity at Ft.
Belvoir Army Post, Virginia."

WILL


the native religion of the indigenous Kalmyks (53% of the population) is Tibetan Buddhism. According to my hypothesis, the prez would have well developed meditative skills and sensitive temporal lobe antennae.

Kalmykia at Wikipedia

God_helmet at Wikipedia

Professor Persen's thesis is that tectonic plate shifts and other natural phenomena produce magnetic fields analoguous to his machine. He maintains that these fields are capable of inducing paranormal states via influence on the temporal lobes of sensitive or "labile" people.

EPHUIS

if he wasn't on drugs, the story must be true..Probably some US intelligence officials in disguise who interrogated him

Patrick Lang

Will et al

I, personally, am more interested in Sasquatch. pl

WILL

in that case Col., Guess I'll have to get a bottle of Absinthe and some sugar cubes...

John Minnerath

Sasquatch- I remember being really disappointed at about age 13, which was a long time ago, when investigators kept debunking stories of my favorite creature.
I mean, EVERYONE knew Bigfoot hung out in the woods of the North West! Those big dark woods that began right down the road from our house. Where us kids would dare each other to go one more step into the thick brush.

I just found out a couple weeks ago that an old friend of mine is an adviser to a Texas group now looking for him in the Big Thicket country. Well, he always saw things in his tea leaves most of the rest us never did.

I didn't know Sasquatch had moved down to East Texas, maybe he just got tired of hanging around the coffee shops in Seattle.

optimax

Here is an unusual family tradition carried on for almost a hundred years by a family in N.H.. The Case of the Mummified Infant Corpse:
"The mummified body had been kept for years by Charles Peavey. He had said the family had the mummy, possibly the stillborn son of a great-great-uncle, for 80 to 90 years and considered it a family heirloom.
Relatives had treated the mummified infant as a family member, giving it cards during holidays and a dried fish as a pet."
Every child needs a pet.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100505/ap_on_re_us/us_mummy_baby

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