Washington Times – DUIN: Masonic rituals live on

President-elect Barack Obamas swearing-in Tuesday will incorporate several elements out of Americas Masonic past. One-third of the signers of the Constitution, many of the Bill of Rights signers and Americas first few presidents except for Thomas Jefferson were Freemasons, a fraternal organization that became public in early 18th-century England. Although it became fabulously popular in... Continue Reading →

Boudiccas gold hoard unearthed – Home News, UK – The Independent

The largest hoard of prehistoric gold coins in Britain in modern times has been discovered by a metal detectorist in East Anglia. The 824 gold staters, worth the modern equivalent of up to £1m when they were in circulation, were in a field near Wickham Market, Suffolk. Almost all the coins were minted by royal... Continue Reading →

UFO, sightings, The Sun, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, Brigg, Barton, Isle of Axholme, Lesley Whittingham, Alkborough

ALIENS, UFOs and spaceships have been the words on everyones lips following a media frenzy over some unexplained sightings.A week ago, the Scunthorpe Telegraph revealed North Lincolnshire had opened up its very own X-files after mysterious balls of light and strange tints were spotted in North Lincolnshires skies.UFO spotter Lesley Whittingham 71, of Jerusalem Cottages,... Continue Reading →

Our world may be a giant hologram – space – 15 January 2009 – New Scientist

The idea that we live in a hologram probably sounds absurd, but it is a natural extension of our best understanding of black holes, and something with a pretty firm theoretical footing. It has also been surprisingly helpful for physicists wrestling with theories of how the universe works at its most fundamental level. The holograms... Continue Reading →

Methane discovery hints at living Martian microbes | Science | Reuters

The methane likely was produced either by water reacting with hot rock below the surface or by living microorganisms as a waste product, they said during a NASA news briefing. The scientists said the evidence does not suggest the methane was brought to Mars by an object like a comet. "This is exciting because we... Continue Reading →

Ghost Hunters International, The Little Castle

The Little Castle was very brief . The investigation centered around a ruined building that resembled a small castle in São Paulo. I enjoyed seeing the Little Castle and hearing about its tragic past. However; the location was a very bad choice for a paranormal investigation. The building was on a busy street and the street sounds tainted... Continue Reading →

BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Obituary: Patrick McGoohan

    Patrick McGoohan passed way at the age of 80. The Prisoner, produced by McGoohan himself and filmed in north Wales in 1967 and 1968 revolved around the efforts of a secret agent, who resigned early in his career, to clear his name. His aim was to escape from a beautiful but psychologically brutal... Continue Reading →

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