Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

"Right to the moon! Seriously!" On a recent Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, a guest brought up a truly weird story: Jackie Gleason was friends with Nixon, and Nixon took him to a U.S. military base (Homestead AFB in Florida) to view the body of an ET. The story was told by Gleason's... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

Here are just a few of the bizarre bits of nonsense I've encountered this week: "You can treat just about anything through the ears," said a friend who had tiny adhesives stamped all over both of his ears. The adhesives, called "seeds", are placed on acccupressure points. Every so often, he has to squeeze each... Continue Reading →

Stirwands and Purple Plates

(AKA Plastic and Aluminum) Mystical-quantum gizmos + your water = plain ol' water I first heard of the Stirwand when Dr. Deagle, in his Granada Forum lecture, mentioned "special wands from Global Light Network that can actually change the structure of water to help ease specific conditions". This sounded like yet another structured water scam,... Continue Reading →

The Week in B.S.

- Prophet Yahweh (Ramon Watkins) predicts yet another UFO landing sometime between Halloween and November 11. The aliens want to show their support for Obama. (Prophet Yahweh also claims he can summon UFOs by reciting passages from the Bible, so predictions seem moot.) - I pay little mind to the pop music world, but this... Continue Reading →

Psychic Smackdown!

Dr. Bill "Modified Attack Baboons" Deagle Vs. David Wilcock It would be difficult to choose between these two modern-day prophets. Dr. Deagle is one of the Two Witnesses described in the Book of Revelation, but on the other hand, David Wilcock accurately forecast the Lewinsky scandal when he described his dreams about stuffed-animal orgies and... Continue Reading →

Git in the Truck, the Singularity’s A-Comin’!

Them scientificist folks are at it again, playin' around with some-such as they shouldn't be, that Big Hadron Collider-thingamajig. Galileo predicted the world would end 'cause of this. Or maybe it was Nostradamus. I get them Eye-talian fellers mixed up.

The Hazards of Magical Thinking

I've talked about the perils of paranoia, and now it's time to examine the problem of magical thinking - irrational causal reasoning. Like paranoia, magical thinking appears to be on the rise these days. And magical thinking can be dangerous. The Xhosa and Thembu tribes of South Africa nearly starved themselves into oblivion because some... Continue Reading →

“Anton Levey 2 BEYOND THE GRAVE: DESTENI”

Part II of Desteni's "interview" with the spirit of Anton LeVey

Dead People and Budgies are Smarter

A South African woman called Desteni claims to channel...well, just about everybody. To date she has posted at least 579 videos to YouTube, most of them explaining New Age concepts or answering questions in the guise of dead occult/New Age figures like Osho. Desteni begins each session by taking a deep breath and slipping into... Continue Reading →

The Perils of Paranoia

It could just be me, but I've been noticing a dramatic uptick in paranoia these days... - As I write this, people believe that the Noble Resolve Joint Forces defense exercises will be used to launch a real false-flag nuclear attack on the United States. This will happen by midnight tomorrow. - A friend concerned... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: