Something strange is happening out in space when the Earth is crossing through the heliospheric current sheet.
Claude Limberger talks at one of Hildegard Gmeiner's monthly Experiencers' Gathering in Toronto at Thatchannel.com.
Speaker Round Table on Disclosure at the Alien Cosmic Expo (2018) featuring Richard Dolan, Linda Moulton Howe, Grant Cameron, Stanton T. Friedman and Victor Viggiani. Moderated by Richard Syrett.
If it were not for Larry Warren this story would be unknown to the world as it was a nuclear tampering case involving extraterrestrials.
"I was taken in the night time from my bed, taken up through where the wall meets the ceiling, taken out though the air and into a small craft, taken by 3 beings. And I was seated in the craft and then the craft started lifting. I could feel it that we were rising up."
If you experience any significant GPS interference this month or know the “real” reason behind these test (aliens, right?) please let us know in the comments.
Massive fortifications and sunken ship-sheds thousands of years old were the base from which the Greek naval juggernaut overcame the Persians.
Something as delicate and intricate as nanotechnology couldn’t have been developed without first discovering the structure of atoms and inventing the microscope. But these are all recent advancements, leading us to wonder who in the seven skies built these microscopic ooparts some 300,000 years ago?
We now have a better idea of what nebulae looks like now that scientists have worked out a 3D model of one of them.
According to Professor Hawking, Black Holes have ‘hair’, they aren’t eternal prisons… oh, and Black Holes are Grey, and all of this changes everything we knew about Black (Gray) Holes.
Astronomers searching for the galaxy’s youngest planets have found compelling evidence for one unlike any other, a newborn “hot Jupiter” whose outer layers are being torn away by the star it orbits every 11 hours.
Water is a hot topic in the study of exoplanets, including “hot Jupiters,” whose masses are similar to that of Jupiter, but which are much closer to their parent star than Jupiter is to the sun. They can reach a scorching 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit (1,100 degrees Celsius), meaning any water they host would take the