Tag Archives: science fiction

Was This a Wartime Secret or Just a Hoax?

The Philadelphia Experiment The YouTube video of Al Bielek’s discussion of this ‘event’ is attached to yesterday’s post. Warning! Everything about this ‘event’ chart may be speculative, including the date and definitely the time. But what does it tell us? … Continue reading

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Climate Change is NOT New, Folks

Icelandic Volcano Erupts (February 1, 536 AD) This one came up as a suggested video on YouTube. There is enough vagueness in the event description to allow me some latitude in terms of date and timing. “Early 536 AD” let … Continue reading

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From a Galaxy, Far, Far Away…

Star Wars (May 25, 1977) Almost everyone of a certain age (50 and over) remember this day in history: Star Wars opens in U.S. theatres. Here’s the preview that caught the attention of the world. Here’s the randomized chart of … Continue reading

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Is This a UFO or Something Else?

The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch (March 30, 2020) Trying to pin down a specific sighting of a UFO on this TV program is similar to trying to find a needle in a haystack. Here are two screen captures of the … Continue reading

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“If I Could Turn Back Time…”

Doctor Strange (2016) I caught the second half of this film last night on CTV. Since I don’t remember commenting about the film on these pages before, I will do so today. To me, I was reminded of three films: … Continue reading

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Are We Ready for the Future? Will We Even See IT?

Technological Singularity There is a sequence in the film “2001: a Space Odyssey” when HAL (IBM) has a human response to the idea that David could shut it down. HAL was facing death/deactivation. The technological singularity—or simply the singularity—is a … Continue reading

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Walk-Ins from a Future Century Travel Back to Our Time

Travelers (2016-2018) My son suggested that I watch this series on Netflix after we had a discussion about walk-ins. Last night I watched the first 3 episodes, and I think I might continue to do so. Hundreds of years from … Continue reading

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A Show that Dials Up Space Adventure

Stargate SG-1 (1997 – 2007) So here’s the thing: I never watched a single episode of this sci-fi show, but now I think I should have. It was obviously a catalyst for David Wilcock, especially in its early years, because … Continue reading

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Replicant in Search of a Soul

Blade Runner 2049 (2017) Geez, I thought the original Blade Runner was dark. This sequel is darker, still. Rick Deckard has vanished. The notorious Blade Runner has been missing since 2019 when he and Rachael escaped from the authorities, and … Continue reading

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Is Keanu Reeves Still the One?

The Matrix (4) It’s hard to believe that it’s been more than two decades since we were introduced to Thomas Anderson (Neo). The first Matrix film broke through our self-imposed blindness to the truth that the world as we know … Continue reading

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