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The trouble with the Jersey Devil
Columnist: Matt Forde | Posted on 10-20-2015 | 0 comments
I’m fascinated by the Pine Barrens and have been since that X-Files episode in the early 1990s. This huge expanse of US forest smothers a large chunk of souther...




Whimsical Wisconsin
Columnist: Tobias Wayland | Posted on 10-12-2015 | 2 comments
In 1919, 13 year-old Harry Anderson witnessed a fairy procession just outside of Barron, Wisconsin. One summer night, car trouble forced the young man to leave...




The Bell Witch
Columnist: Sean Casteel | Posted on 10-4-2015 | 6 comments
That poltergeist activity often follows in the wake of a UFO encounter is a generally recognized fact and has been documented frequently by researchers of alien...




The credible Tarot
Columnist: Kathleen Meadows | Posted on 9-17-2015 | 83 comments
There are people who believe that the Tarot is a frivolous pastime at best, an evil pursuit or fraudulent practice at worst. Unless you live in an exceptional...




Unhallowed aliens
Columnist: Tobias Wayland | Posted on 9-6-2015 | 7 comments
We are a species beset by monsters. We are haunted by ghosts, possessed by demons, stalked by Sasquatch, and abducted by aliens. Humanity rails against the sh...




Why reincarnation ?
Columnist: Kathleen Meadows | Posted on 8-30-2015 | 13 comments
I met with a client yesterday who had come to see me for the first time about a month ago. A well-mannered man in his early sixties, he was struggling with his...




Deeply rooted
Columnist: Mark Dohle | Posted on 8-20-2015 | 3 comments
I was at Vina for three days when Bernard gave me a tour of the grounds around the Monastery. As we drove around he pointed out the trees, some being very old....




The magical Matryoshka doll
Columnist: Deanna Jaxine Stinson | Posted on 8-8-2015 | 6 comments
A Matryoshka doll is a treasure of Russia. The Matryoshka is a beautiful doll commonly made from wood or metals. It consists of a large doll in the artistic ren...




Russian Yeti stalkers
Columnist: Edward Crabtree | Posted on 7-21-2015 | 3 comments
As he bathed in a rural river, the young Russian boy from Orjol was alarmed to find that a strange red haired woman was in his vicinity. As an adult Ivan Turgen...




Life is eternal is the spiritual message
Columnist: Kathleen Meadows | Posted on 7-14-2015 | 2 comments
The point of doing scientific research is to get to the truth. The scientific study of mediumship must follow the same rules as any other scientific investigati...

 
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