Category Archives: paranoia

Mystery: Can There Ever Be Benevolent Abductions?

Close Encounters Most people would agree that an alien abduction is a frightening situation, benevolent or not. It is the equivalent of a wild animal being caught by a conservation group of scientists, who only wish to observe, tag, and … Continue reading

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“When I Find Myself in Times of Trouble, Mother Myrah…”

Myrah For a long time, Elena Danaan did not know this entity’s name. But her effect was felt: My next memory leaps to April 1983 in Marseille, when I was thirteen years old. I woke up one night sat on … Continue reading

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Question: Does One’s Blood Type Give Any Added Protection?

Type “O” It’s been hinted at from various sources, including this report from last October. But the question is, “Why?” Virus of Fear Corona Virus has been engineered by your people, with the push from the Reptilian hidden alliances. The … Continue reading

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Is J. M. Barrie’s Story Actually a Tale of Alien Abduction?

Peter and Wendy (1911) My mind has a funny way of making seemingly unconnected things line up. Having an afternoon nap, today, the idea that Peter Pan might be an alien crept into my mind like a silent intruder. Then, … Continue reading

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Exposed: Was the Avro Canada VZ-9 “Avrocar” a US Decoy?

The UFO Files: The Canadian Connection Exposed (2010) X-Files, anyone? I have a skeptical mind. By now you may have noticed that. So, I’m always open to ‘new’ understandings of supposedly sacred cows. And that includes UFOs and alien occupants. … Continue reading

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Mystery: Was the Travis Walton Experience a Hoax?

Fire in the Sky I read this book under its original title, The Walton Experience, years before the 1993 film based on his ‘true’ story. I didn’t like the film: it was too sensationalized, too dramatic. Mike started the old … Continue reading

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How Your Brain Works: Can You Really Trust It?

Read It Twice I love researching for a Facebook group my daughter started: The Smilers. Anything that brings a smile to your face everyday can be shared there. But it’s a private group, so you have to ask to join. … Continue reading

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Mystery: It was a Dark and Stormy Night…

Roswell Incident (July 2, 1947) The History Channel has a new take on this (by now) very old, and very debunked, episode in UFO history. Part I was shown last night, and I listened very carefully for any ‘different’ clues. … Continue reading

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To OCD or Not OCD, That is the Question

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder I’m willing to bet that a lot of people think they suffer from this condition. The signs are obvious to others, but usually undetected by the person caught in the ‘circle from hell’. The whole world has … Continue reading

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Conspiracy! Communists in the State Department

Senator Joe McCarthy Accuses the Government of Treason On the day I was born, Joe McCarthy started his crusade against Communists in the government, Now, obviously, this was a few hours after my birth time of 3:49 am, but the … Continue reading

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