Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Weird News of the Week

Two Headed Space Worm
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Mama Mia! Giant Pizza!
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UFO in Broad Daylight
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Monday, June 19, 2017

Death Bed Confessions and the REAL Truth of Roswell with Donald R. Schmitt



The UFO phenomenon has sparked the interest of America since the 1940s, and ever since the saucer-like sightings were made by Kenneth Arnold over the state of Washington in 1947, this UFO phenomenon has gone global. Books, magazine articles, movies, TV shows, and congressional hearings have focused on UFOs, alien life, and Earth visitations; but no single event has become part of the American lexicon as the Roswell case has. In this new book carefully written and documented by Donald Schmitt, we now learn not only about the detailed sequence of events that occurred in July 1947, but also how witnesses have been intimidated into silence regarding the nature of their sightings and their hesitations to report what they saw.

The Roswell case always intrigued me and I am sure many others owing to the number of eyewitnesses. The U.S. Air force flip-flops on what really happened in the New Mexican desert, and the sincerity of intelligence officer Major Jesse Marcel when he was interviewed on TV in the early 1980s about his direct involvement in this case. And of course, reading about the deathbed confessions from people like Major Edwin Easley and pilot “Pappy” Henderson about what they witnessed in terms of their alien encounters at Roswell.


It was just the day before when he handled a few pieces of the strange wreckage at the office of the Chavez County Sheriff, George Wilcox, 65 miles away down in Roswell. Now he fully grasped the magnitude of the rancher’s concern. “Who’s going to clean up all that mess?” complained foreman Mack Brazel. From the start, that was becoming the least of anyone’s concern as Marcel and his counter-intel partner became a bit uneasy over the growing situation. If it wasn’t ours then whose was it? What was this stuff? Neither of the two officers had ever seen anything like it before. Their minds raced as to the possibilities. And there was so much of it....

At sunrise on Monday, July 7th, 1947, Major Jesse Marcel, head of intelligence of the 509th Atomic Bomb Wing stationed at the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) and Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) officer Captain Sheridan Cavitt would arrive at what would become the central focus of the U.S. military for the next three days. Brazel and the two men had just spent the night at the old Hines House after the rancher led them there the prior evening. They would spend the better part of the next day examining, collecting, loading, and containing what they couldn’t fit into two vehicles. Marcel would send Cavitt on ahead to report directly to Colonel William Blanchard, the commanding officer back in Roswell. The major would check over the area one last time. Much of the remaining debris was gathered in an area about the size of a football field. Before, it had extended for almost a mile. Marcel would recommend a full-scale recovery operation and the need for many more troops; 50 to 60 would swarm the area by the time the next morning had ended.


Non-military people were threatened into submission by unknown agents of the federal government. Physical evidence that was not secured at the debris site was systematically tracked down from home to home, barn to barn, person to person—all with the authorized intent of covering up one of the greatest discoveries to befall humankind: the concept that we are not alone and that visitors from another inhabitance had arrived on our speck of Earth and tragically met their demise on an obscure parcel of desert in the high country of New Mexico. The truth be damned; no one was to ever know the full breadth of what had fallen out of the sky that fateful night in July 1947. Troops would spend more than two full days preserving that evidence. Industrial vacuums removed the final traces. All that remained was a long gouge from the initial impact of a larger piece of the descending unknown object. Tire tracks covered the terrain. Just as the desert floor had been stripped naked of all of its secrets, so too had the local residents.

Former presidents, senators, congressmen, governors, along with the highest-ranking officers in the military have all lamented their failure in getting the truth about Roswell. What personal knowledge do any of the self-proclaimed skeptics have about the matter that supersedes all of these? These remain the same people who claim to have won the fight against Roswell, yet still are compelled to rage the war. The sixth man to walk on the moon, Apollo 14 astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, stated, “Make no mistake, Roswell happened! I’ve seen secret files which show the government knew about it—but decided not to tell the public.” For those of you who remain curious as to the true nature of potentially the biggest event of the millennium, read on. Know that you are in high-level company still thirsty for the driving force behind this 70-year cover-up. And as General Wesley Clark personally commented to the author in December 2014, “If they had any answers [about Roswell] I’m sure they would have told him [Bill Clinton] while he was in the White House.” Let us proceed; let us find the answers together....


Donald R. Schmitt is the former Director of Special Investigations for the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies in Chicago. He is a cofounder of the International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico, where he serves as an advisor to the board of directors. Don is a six-time best-selling coauthor. His most famous title, Witness to Roswell, was the top-selling UFO book in the world in 2007 and 2008. It has been optioned by Stellar Productions for the feature film Majic Men.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Positive News of the Week


Soccer Star Calls 8 Year-Old "New Hero"
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Teen Honors Parents at Graduation
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Boy Takes Grandmother to First Prom
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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Weird News of the Week


UFO Refuels at the Sun
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Lost in the Bermuda Triangle
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Get Your Free Castle from Italy
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Positive News of the Week


Dad's Embarrassing Promise
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Police Surprise Prom Date
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Extreme Sandbox Amusement Park
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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Weird News of the Week



Groom Hires Fake Family, Gets Arrested
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Catholics Controlled Evolution of Chickens
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UFO Snapshot: The Truth is Out There
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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Positive News of the Week



Salsa Cop Joins Party
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A 97 Year Old Dream Fulfilled
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Sibling Love Trumps Cancer
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Monday, May 1, 2017

Harmonizing the Mind, Body, and Soul by Leah Guy


Leah Guy believes that disconnection is the root of all fear, and the attempt at letting go causes more problems than it solves. Debunking the myth of detachment and other popular New Age ideologies, she emphasizes that there’s no escapism in emotional healing. Rather, the process is about putting the personal pieces of your heart, mind, and soul back together again. The Fearless Path offers a radical approach that will heal trauma, fear, heartache, and mental and physical health.

Every moment and every event of every man’s life on Earth plants something in his soul.
—Thomas Merton

This book highlights the impact that fear, guilt, shame, and grief has on humans and how to process and heal the pain. We seek happiness and peace and it is only through connection and acceptance that we can reach that goal. Emotional healing requires putting your broken pieces back together again. To mend your heart, you must have access to your suffering. To do this you must be willing to tear down the walls that create the confines of your emotional prison.

Through time we learn to avoid suffering by lying to ourselves and others, which serves to increase emotional distress and disconnection. These are the negative energy patterns we use in attempt to separate from pain. However, it is through connection to our divine nature that we can be free. To be whole and healthy, it is necessary to accept and process the suffering and be open to the guidance and direction of Source, the Creator, the great Conductor. I call this energy “God.” As we walk in faith and connection to Source, we find balance between spirit and body, between heaven and earth. A rich spiritual life leads us to a satisfying and peaceful human life. This is the final link to healing. Integrating spiritual wisdom with earthly experience allows us to emotionally process and evolve.



Enlightenment is achieved with the alignment of heart and Soul. Every experience in our lives offers exactly what we need to heal and grow into this alignment. If experiences are dismissed or abandoned, the progress of our spiritual evolution grinds to a halt. Our purpose is to stay connected to all our experiences and emotions so we walk toward the alignment and experience true self-love and peace. Because we are so unique, our paths to healing must be unique. That is why we are each given different experiences to process and endure in our lives. As we process the suffering in our life, our hearts are free to participate in our higher purpose. Emotional healing is important because it is the path that allows you to reach your true purpose.

The quest for peace and happiness is fulfilled through the process of emotional healing. If we avoid healing, we become trapped by the illusions of our minds. Our minds trick us to believe that peace and happiness are achievable only if we do something different or better. There is the illusion that earthly attachments will make us feel better with more money, the coolest car, or the new drug. These false beliefs mask the need for healing. It will not suffice to depend on external things to satisfy the internal war of emotional distress. Peace comes from your Soul, not by mental illusions.

Shifting your perspective from how you view the reality of your mind to the reality of your Soul helps define who you are. This is where you heal and gain insight to why bad things happen to good people. It is from the Soul that we can accept our weaknesses and move from fear to greatness. The more we heal, the more access we have to the alignment and reality of our divine being. It is from this place that we can experience the peace and happiness that we crave.

The spiritual path is a difficult one for many. It symbolizes vast ideologies that include acceptance of things such as compassion, love, and grace. It is believed that we must surrender our own desires or needs for that of the larger cosmic plan. The more you commit to healing and aligning your heart with your Soul, the easier it becomes to accept the aspects of spirituality.

It is your responsibility to tap into the connection of your divine presence. It’s scary to rely on faith and trust in yourself. It may require that you go against what other people think you should do or who you should be, but it’s possible to find happiness on this path.



The more we are guided spiritually, the more wisdom, joy, and peace can be attained. We need the balance and strength that comes from a faith in something beyond the confines of our minds. There is great relief as we tune into our spiritual wisdom and faith, because our minds attempt to make us believe in the false promises of the world. The mind tells us that we will be free of our hardships and turmoil if we work harder or make more money. But it is only through the connection to your divine being that ultimate freedom is possible. As you become emotionally healed you align more closely to your Soul where peace reigns.

By accepting and trusting that suffering and joys are part of a greater plan for our lives, we connect to our divine selves and loneliness is relieved. This requires welcoming the unknown and working through our fears. On the fearless path, shame softens into love, and guilt becomes compassion. We can walk in faith and know love. Love transcends the belief that the world will provide the relief we seek. Relief is within you, and connected to your Soul.

Your spirit is the expression of your Soul. You are divine energy that is perfectly made with a unique and guided personality and purpose. Your Soul does not change, but your relationship to your Soul may change. Prayer, meditation, and spiritual work are things that connect to your Soul. The nature of prayer and meditation carries a high vibration energy, which is more in tune with the vibration of divine energy. As you become one with your true self and create the openness for the heart to give beyond what is materially possible, you connect with the frequency of divinity.

Spiritual faith is a belief structure that is unique to you. Beliefs are often based on what we’ve been told to believe. It’s important to discover your own beliefs and ensure they are attuned to your heart.
Be careful not to aim low in your spiritual quest. The mind can limit the possibilities of the world, including the potential of knowledge, our personal lives, love relationships, and spiritual beliefs. Harnessing divine energy makes all things possible, including the extraordinary.

If we allow ourselves to witness the divine order of things, we can see miracles happen every day. They may not be life-saving miracles with neon lights, but the miracles and connection of life become huge in the eyes of a spiritually tuned in person. This is the divinity that connects us to each other.

Belief consists in accepting the affirmations of the soul; unbelief, in denying them.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson



Leah Guy is an intuitive transpersonal healer, spiritual teacher, professional speaker, and media personality. She offers wisdom from a lifetime of personal triumphs and more than 22 years helping clients transform their lives from fear and disconnection to heart-centered, soulful living. Guy is a sought-after inspirational speaker who has appeared on television and radio shows on topics such as meditation, the mind-body connection, energy medicine, intuition, and addiction, as well as emotional and spiritual healing. Also known as The Modern Sage, she owns the Modern Sage Healing Center and product line, and A Girl Named Guy Productions. Guy lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.


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