Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

space Leah Haley was by far one of the most interesting alien abductees on the scene today. She has a couple of firsts to her credit: She was the first to write a children's book designed to help kids view their alien abductions as positive, edifying experiences, and she was the first to claim she... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness: More Hybrids

As I did with the Satanic Nephilim hybrids of Pastor Doug Riggs, I'm giving you another big chunk of weirdness in lieu of the Wednesday Weirdness Roundup... this time involving alien-human hybrids, hypnosis, and deeply disturbing allegations about the professional conduct of Dr. David M. Jacobs of Temple University. Dr. Jacobs is an associate professor... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup: Awesome Alien Stories

...that turned out to be b.s. By now you've probably heard that the UN has appointed an "alien greeter" to welcome ETs to Earth. Malaysian astrophysicist Mazlan Othman was selected for the unprecedented task, probably because she already heads a "little-known" UN department called the Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), based in Vienna. Well,... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

After my first encounter with "Satanic Nephilim hybrids", I didn't think I'd be running into any more fusions of alien abduction lore and Satanic ritual abuse (SRA) narratives. So far as I know, alien abductees rarely recover memories of human abuse under hypnosis (David Icke's Reptilian/Illuminati survivors would be an exception), and ritual abuse advocates... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness: Satanic Nephilim Hybrids

 In lieu of a weirdness roundup, I'm gonna give you one big ol' chunk of weirdness that warped my mind this week. What do you get when you combine Biblical prophecy, Illuminati conspiracy theories, aliens, pop psychology, and teen vampire novels? A serious freaking mess. On the Monday-Tuesday broadcast of Coast to Coast AM, guest... Continue Reading →

5 Unconvincing Paranormal Cases

Several months ago, a guy named Ian Tindell posted 5 Convincing 'Real' Paranormal Cases that "will give the average skeptic...food for thought" at Ranker.com. He's right. There is food for thought, and "real" does belong in quotation marks. Let's review: 1. The "exorcism" of Annelise Michel. This was the case that inspired the mediocre horror... Continue Reading →

E.T. Phone Lawyer

Two "lol wut" moments in ufology While Stephen Hawking muses that we shouldn't engage with potentially hostile ETs, and exopolitician Alfred Webre accuses Hawking of taking part in a massive ET smear campaign/time travel coverup, Dan Ackroyd (an exopolitician in his own right) airs his opinion that aliens of 23 different species should be arrested... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

- If you think the profoundly paranoid ravings of Henry Makow are bizarre, you really must check out his movie reviews. They take "WTF" to a whole new level. Makow believes the heroine of the film An Education is the headmistress played by Emma Thompson, an old-school Jew-hater who icily commands one of her pupils... Continue Reading →

Hoaxes From Space: Time Travel Hoaxes?

The following stories may or may not be hoaxes (with the exception of the last one, which is almost definitely a hoax), but they're worth mention in this series because they involve claims of time travel or time superimposition that are really freaking bizarre. Doing the Time Warp at Versailles In August 1901, two English... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

One of the biggest, spookiest boogeymen in the H1N1 vaccine hysteria is the use of squalene in oil-based vaccine adjuvants. What the paranoia-peddlers fail to mention is that oil-based adjuvants aren't used in human vaccines, as I explain in "Much Ado About Squalene" at Leaving Alex Jonestown. You might as well be worrying that your... Continue Reading →

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