‘Trans-species’ woman transform herself into a dragon, spent $60,000 for it

Body modifications are the in-thing right now with people doing all sorts of strange things to their bodies. However, one woman has taken modifications further than enlarging her breasts or having a Brazilian butt lift. This woman has spent more than $60,000 to transform herself into a dragon woman.

From Vice President in Banking to Dragon Looks after HIV Diagnosis

Eva Tiamat Medusa, from Texas, worked in a 9 to 5 position as vice president of a bank but chose to quit the job so that she could go after her dream of becoming a dragon woman.

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UFOs: More Russian Meddling and the MJ12 Documents

In 1999, Gerald K. Haines wrote a paper titled “CIA’s Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-90.” It revealed the history of how, and why, the CIA became interested and involved in the phenomenon of Flying Saucers. Although Haines covered a period of more than forty years, I want to bring your attention to one particular section of Haines’ paper, which is focused on the 1970s-1980s. Haines wrote: “During the late 1970s and 1980s, the Agency continued its low-key interest in UFOs and UFO sightings. While most scientists now dismissed flying saucers reports as a quaint part of the 1950s and 1960s, some in the Agency and in the Intelligence Community shifted their interest to studying parapsychology and psychic phenomena associated with UFO sightings. CIA officials also looked at the UFO problem to determine what UFO sightings might tell them about Soviet progress in rockets and missiles and reviewed its counterintelligence aspects.”

Haines also noted something that is key to the article you are now reading: “Agency analysts from the Life Science Division of OSI and OSWR officially devoted a small amount of their time to issues relating to UFOs. These included counterintelligence concerns that the Soviets and the KGB were using US citizens and UFO groups to obtain information on sensitive US weapons development programs (such as the Stealth aircraft) [italics mine], the vulnerability of the US air-defense network to penetration by foreign missiles mimicking UFOs, and evidence of Soviet advanced technology associated with UFO sightings.”

What is not mentioned in the Haines article is the fact that U.S. counterintelligence agents spent significant time addressing the possibility that the notorious MJ12 documents (that surfaced in 1987 in Tim Good’s book, Above Top Secret) were the work of the Russians. American military personnel and intelligence operatives were concerned that, just possibly, the Soviets had created the documents. The plan, so the theory went, was that the Soviets would create further such documents – on the Roswell affair, on dead extraterrestrials, on alien autopsies, and on crashed UFOs – and then “leak” them to certain ufologists in the United States. Not just to random ufologists, though, but to those who specifically worked in – or who had ties to – the worlds of aviation, military technology, and advanced weaponry programs. The plan was to use the documents as an ingenious lure. In other words, Soviet agents would quietly say to the targeted ufologists: “We’ll give you something on UFOs and, in return, you’ll give us something.” And if there was anything controversial in the backgrounds of those same ufologists that could be used as blackmail, all the better – at least, from the perspective of the Russians. Is there any evidence to support this? Well, yes, actually there is.

As I noted above, it was in 1987 that the highly controversial MJ12 documents saw the light of day. It was, however, three years earlier – in 1984 – when they were provided to a man named Jaime Shandera, from a source unknown. howstuffworks say: “In December 1984 a package with no return address and an Albuquerque post-mark arrived in Jaime Shandera’s mail in North Hollywood, California. Inside was a roll of 35mm film. When developed, it turned out to contain eight pages of an alleged briefing paper, dated November 18, 1952, in which Vice Adm. Roscoe Hillenkoetter told President-elect Dwight Eisenhower of the recovery of the remains of two crashed spaceships.”

At the time, Shandera was working with Bill Moore, who co-wrote the 1980 book (with Charles Berlitz) The Roswell Incident. For three years, the documents remained behind closed doors. When, however, Tim Good published the documents in Above Top Secret, Moore and Shandera decided to do likewise. The floodgates were now well and truly open. After the MJ12 documents started making distinct waves – and were still a collective hot potato in Ufology – the FBI got involved in the investigation of them. Could they have been the real deal? Were they hoaxes? Or were they disinformation created by a certain foreign power (by now, you know the one…). It’s intriguing to note that the investigation of the MJ12 documents by the FBI was not undertaken by the Bureau’s regular special-agents. Rather, the investigation was initiated and run specifically by the FBI’s Foreign Counterintelligence Division. As for what counterintelligence is, there is the following from the FBI:

“The FBI has been responsible for identifying and neutralizing ongoing national security threats from foreign intelligence services since 1917, nine years after the Bureau was created in 1908. The FBI’s Counterintelligence Division, which is housed within the National Security Branch, has gone through a lot of changes over the years, and throughout the Cold War the division changed its name several times. But foiling and countering the efforts of the Soviet Union and other communist nations [italics mine] remained the primary mission.”

Based on information provided to them by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), the FBI concluded that the MJ12 documents were bogus. In 1993 staff in the FBI’s Office of Information and Privacy informed me that the MJ12 investigation had, by that time, been placed in a “closed status.” Not only that, to this day MJ12 remains the subject of an FBI headquarters “Main File” with the very intriguing title of “Espionage.” Merriam-Webster state of espionage that it is “…the practice of spying or using spies to obtain information about the plans and activities especially of a foreign government…[italics mine].”

All of the above strongly suggests that, back in the 1980s, there were those in the U.S. Government (military, counterintelligence and defense) who suspected – even if they didn’t have hard proof – that the Russians may have been at the heart of the MJ12 saga. Just how deeply have the Russians meddled in matters relative to UFOs ? There is still more to come…

Scientists turn nuclear waste into diamond batteries that’ll last for thousands of years

Nuclear energy is carbon free, which makes it an attractive and practical alternative to fossil fuels, as it doesn’t contribute to global warming. We also have the infrastructure for it already in place. It’s nuclear waste that makes fission bad for the environment. And it lasts for so long, some isotopes for thousands of years. Nuclear fuel is comprised of ceramic pellets of uranium-235 placed within metal rods. After fission takes place, two radioactive isotopes are left over: cesium-137 and strontium-90.

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Ancient Egyptian Village Predates Pharaohs and Pyramids

Look through the stock photos of Egypt and it’s rare to find any that don’t include pyramids – the defining monuments of that country. Yet Egypt must have had a history before that, right? These were the people who roamed the deserts and followed the Nile before the pharaohs. The people who came up with the idea of the pyramids and the Great Sphynx in the first place. What were THOSE people like?

Well, now we have another clue. Archeologists digging in Tell el-Samara, a Nile Delta area in the Dakahlia province about 140 km (87 miles) north of Cairo, discovered the remains of a village that dates back 7,000 years to a time 2,500 years before the pyramids. That makes this Neolithic village one of the oldest ever found in Egypt.

Satellite image of the Nile Delta

“Analysing the biological material that has been discovered will present us with a clearer view of the first communities that settled in the Delta and the origins of agriculture and farming in Egypt.”

In a statement on Facebook by the Ministry of Antiquities, ministry official Nadia Khedr points out that this was clearly a farming village but one that predates the development of the extensive canal systems that transformed the Nile Delta into the fertile farmlands that exist today. Studying how these people survived and farmed using the rare rainfall could reveal the spark of ingenuity that created the canals … and eventually the pyramids.

Chief archaeologist Frederic Gio led a joint French-Egyptian excavation team which uncovered storage silos (photos here and here) containing the organic remains of food plants and animals, indicating humans spent some time there. That plus the pottery and stone tools also discovered in the silos helped date the settlement to 5,000 BCE. Besides predating the pyramids, this was also was before – although as we now know it was not long before – the first signs of the development of manmade mummification of human corpses around 3700 BCE.

Egyptian farmers

So, this new discovery predates mummification, King Menes – the first pharaoh who was believed to have united Upper and Lower Egypt and founded the First Dynasty – and the pyramids. What else does it tell us about the ancestors of these people? That apparently will have to wait until the next excavation season begins. Meanwhile, the organic materials found in the silos will continue to be studied and hopefully offer clues about the first settlers of the Nile Delta.

One of these days, Egypt is going to need some new stock photos.

A Haunted Witches’ Prison in England

It seems that when talking about haunted places, there are certain locales that by their very nature seem destined for the paranormal. Those locations with a history indelibly stained with suffering or dark, bloody, or violent events are almost inevitably pervaded by the supernatural, as if this ominous history has managed to draw these forces, absorb them, and make them a part of the very place itself. Certainly one such place lies in the country of England, and is a former witches’ prison with a sinister history that has turned it into one of the most notoriously haunted places in the world.

The time was the 16th century, in Essex, England, and for the people of the era it was a frightening time when witches roamed the night casting their dark spells and carrying out their arcane rituals. For these people witches were very real, and black magic was a threat that hung over the land like a black cloud. Throughout the region efforts were made to track down and capture witches to eliminate this evil, and the small village of St Osyth was no different, with a total of 14 witches rounded up here on accusations for everything from placing curses on people, to bringing blight and sickness, to unleashing their familiars to wreak havoc.

By far the most well-known of the Witches of St Osyth, as well as the first to be arrested, was a woman by the name of Ursula Kemp. She had been fairly popular among her neighbors in the past, and was known for mixing various herbal concoctions and salves to heal various ailments. At the time she was known as a healer, and she was ironically often called upon for her purported ability to actually reverse spells and curses cast by witches, for a price. However, with a lonely woman mixing her potions and performing such magic, as well as keeping herself surrounded by several cats, it was only a matter of time in this era of rampant superstition and fear of magic before she was accused of being a witch herself, with numerous people coming forward to claim that she had been causing the very sicknesses she claimed to heal. She was also accused of casting curses herself, including one that caused a baby to fall and break her neck, and another that allegedly caused a woman to go lame.

Kemp’s trial would be held in 1582, and the number of people testifying against her was overwhelming. There were those who claimed that she had set her familiars upon them, others who said she had bewitched people who angered her by muttering curses and, and that she used black magic to cause deaths. Some charges were quite bizarre, such as that she had used her witchcraft to prevent beer from brewing. The most damning evidence of all was presented by Kemp’s very own 8-year-old son, who told the court that she had 4 familiars, two cats, a black toad, and a white lamb, which he had seen suckling blood from her, and that these familiars were, “two male spirits, that killed people, and two female spirits, that brought sickness to people, and destroyed cattle.”

During the trial 13 others would be implicated in witchcraft as well, including a woman named Elizabeth Bennet, and all of them would be found guilty. They were then moved to the witches’ prison known as “The Cage,” where they awaited punishment, which was execution by hanging for the most part. Indeed, Kemp and 6 others would be hanged at the prison for their crimes and their bodies unceremoniously dumped into unmarked graves on unhallowed ground. In later years the prison became a quarantine for plague victims, with many dying here, before becoming a prison again. I know what you are probably thinking right about now, and oh yes it is ever haunted. In fact, it is routinely referred to as one of the most haunted places in Britain.

The Cage

The Cage itself remained in operation all the way up to 1908, after which it was finally shut down and sold to a string of owners who have more often than not had very intense paranormal experiences there. The first buyer sold it a mere 2 weeks after buying it, and another buyer allegedly went mad and hung himself there. One of the most notorious cases of a haunting at The Cage was experienced by an owner who lived there for 11 years by the name of Vanessa Mitchell, and who was left traumatized by a string of bizarre, often violent ghostly encounters on the property.

Vanessa claims that when she bought the property and moved in in 2004, she wasn’t told anything about the sinister history of the place or the deaths that had occurred there, but she would soon find out. According to her she was constantly plagued by poltergeist activity from the very beginning, which seemed to be never-ending and would manifest at all hours of the day and night. She would say of this paranormal activity:

The daylight hours in The cage were no less active than the night hours. Ornaments would fly of the mantel piece, the old chain from the original prison building would swing back and forward as if to remind me of the horrific history of my home and the hall stairs door would crash open in a forceful almost violent way, blood splatters appeared in the hall in broad daylight in front of witnesses apart from myself. The TV sound would go up and down with no one near the controls to adjust them and you would hear someone pacing back and forth in the upstairs hall …it didn’t stop it was all the time and there was nothing I could do.

Even more ominous than these unexplained phenomena were decidedly more violent and menacing incidents. She says that she would see dark shadowy figures lurking about, and that she was often subjected to being pushed and slapped by unseen hands. The most frightening such occurrence allegedly happened when she was pregnant and an unseen force roughly pushed her to the ground, of which she would say “It was absolutely terrifying, I just remember feeling the force like something had pushed me and falling on my side. When I was on the floor I just lay there in shock.” She also claims that she once walked in on a shadowy figure looming over her son as he slept, and even that there was even CCTV footage taken of a “satanic goat” wandering about. She finally decided to sell the house, and has said of her ordeal:

I’m selling the house now because the house is getting worse, we’re catching evidence all the time of the tortured spirits inside. I’ve had every medium, psychic and investigator in there to try and get rid of what’s in there. I honestly believe the house is cursed, I have lived there for years but for me seeing a tall dark figure standing between me and my son’s cot was the final straw for me. There’s something evil in there, something demonic, whatever it is that’s keeping the other spirits trapped inside. It’s so haunted I don’t know what more I can do, and it’s time for someone to own it who can do more with it than me.

It is unclear just why she would live there for 11 years if she was so constantly under siege by such terrifying ghostly phenomena, but she no longer lives there and moved out in 2012, refusing to even go near the place alone. The story of Vanessa’s experiences at The Cage was a media sensation at the time, and pushed the location and its dark history and hauntings into the public consciousness, drawing in droves of curiosity seekers, paranormal investigators, and ghost hunters to the property. Many of these visitors have had paranormal experiences themselves, such as the paranormal investigator and author Micky Rawlings, who bravely decided to try living in The Cage for research and did not have to wait long before being harassed by some sort of malevolent ghostly force. He has said of his experience there:

I’ve seen books flying off shelves in the upstairs hallway, I’ve watched doors open on their own, and I’ve even seen a shadow person with my own eyes. I’m not a religious man and yet I go to bed every night clutching a crucifix for my own safety. After a few days, I got to learn the natural noises of the house. Now the non-natural noises keep my awake at night. I’d argue that the place is dangerous – I’m convinced it could end up killing someone one day.

Other phenomena Rawlings witnessed include the sound of growling, the pattering of footsteps running around, and most bizarrely of all, the disembodied tunes of what sounds like a tiny piano playing. Another paranormal investigator who had a rather harrowing experience at The Cage was Brad Mac, who went ahead with a plan to spend a night at the location along with some colleagues on December 2, 2017. They would find waiting for them a smorgasbord of weird occurrences, of which Mac would say:

We had 5 Volunteers, one Investigator who had experience in the Cage and myself. Vanessa refused point blank to stay after dark. Through the course of the night, I investigated in a few rooms myself, joined the volunteers as they tried to provoke the dark spirits into reacting, and mainly watched from CCTV to see if we capture anything in the moment. My Mel Meter ( An EMF Measurement tool ) fluctuated like crazy, we constantly heard footsteps both light and quick and some heavy but quicker. I heard faint whispers behind me whilst walking around upstairs, we captured numerous lights flickering on both levels of the house, I got bitten or pinched on the leg and even caught two little stick figures cowering from my touch in the motion camera. The motion camera footage shows a stick figure covering its face and recoiling as I try to touch it. All in all, it was one of the most frantic and terrifying nights of my life.

And this was only the beginning of the evening. At one point during the night, at approximately 3 AM, the investigators were off upstairs exploring the master bedroom, said to be the most haunted area of the house, as Mac and another colleague monitored them on a live feed on CCTV from downstairs. At first all was dark and quiet, but then in quick succession he says, “We saw innumerable inexplicable lights flicker across the room, heard a loud growl coming from the corner, and 3 loud bangs smash of the door behind the volunteers.” Then one of Mac’s colleagues, known only as “Debbie,” was witnessed to undergo a rather unsettling transformation as they were all gathered there, with her nose becoming hooked, her eyes becoming fierce and dark, and her face cracking an evil smile that he describes as “Joker-like.” Mac would explain thus:

Both me and Dave gasped, she was unrecognizable and what I saw shook me to my core. After a moment that seemed a lifetime, I knew I had to film this. I whipped out my iPhone, fully charged – thank God. [Her] nose… it has changed shape completely. Almost like a witch’s, with a sharp arch in the bridge of her nose. That nose… is not a prop.

One of the images taken by Mac

Making it all even spookier is that Debbie then stumbled out of the room and went downstairs, where she complained that something was burning on her back. The crew then purportedly lifted up her jumper to take a look and were astonished to see what looked like four long burn marks splayed out like fingers and another going straight up her back into her neck. Mac speculates that the ghost of one of the witches, perhaps even Kemp herself, had tried to possess Debbie and had briefly succeeded. You can see photos and footage of the transformation here. Needless to say, the team ended up not going through with their plan, with some of the frightened volunteers even fearing for their very lives if they stayed. Other visitors to The Cage and even people passing by have also reported all manner of strangeness from this place, and photographic evidence includes countless images of mysterious lights of orbs, shadow figures, and even a photo of what appears to be a witch on a stretcher, taken by a local policeman.

Interestingly enough, The Cage isn’t even the only supposedly haunted places in the village of St Osyth, as there is a former insane asylum practically right across the street that is said to be haunted, as well as a tavern right down the road also said to have ghosts that cause cars to careen off the road. Is this all the doing of ghosts and spirits or is there perhaps something else going on? Could it be that perhaps the reason this place is so infused with such strangeness is because of all of the suffering, death, and negative energy that permeate its dark history like a disease? Could this residual energy then be merely a symptom of this sickness, emanating out to cause these phenomena? Of course we are nowhere near knowing the answer to this, but it does seem that such macabre locales seem to hold to them a striking intensity of paranormal phenomena, and The Cage must certainly rank high up there among them.

SHOCK CLAIM: US to ‘stage ALIEN INVASION to gain world power’

THE United States is planning on staging a fake alien invasion to increase its stronghold on the world, according to a new conspiracy theory.

Conspiracy theorists have claimed the authorities in the US are working in conjunction with space agency NASA and media organisations to create panic, before staging an alien invasion to get a tighter grip on the public.

UFO hunters state that the theory began with a New York Times article last year which revealed the existence of a $22 million Pentagon program that investigates UFOs.

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luke jerram’s seven meter diameter moon is traveling across the world

artist luke jerram is taking a seven meter diameter moon across the world. the touring art installation is lit from within, illuminating hyper-detailed NASA imagery sourced from the lunar surface. with an approximate scale of 1:500,000, each centimeter of the spherical sculpture represents five kilometers of the astronomical body’s actual surface. ‘museum of the moon’ has since taken shape at venues across the UK and europe, with a program of events planned for coming years.

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World Champion Boxer Manny Pacquiao Builds 1,000 Homes For Poor Filipinos

In the world of professional sports, athletes have long recognized their roots and beginnings and have been involved in helping communities. Earning a hefty salary for doing what they love, athletes worldwide have been known to be involved in charitable causes, and indulge in philanthropic efforts. Although they put their well-being on the line in the ring, professional boxers are known to bank impressive amounts, win or lose, in world-class match-ups.  

Involved in what’s said to be the ‘fight of the century’, professional boxer Manny Pacquiao, even upon his defeat, made over $100 million and is now using his earnings towards a respectable initiative.

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Steve the Unexplained Glow Cloud Just Got a Lot More Mysterious

Who would have ever thought something named Steve could be so mysterious? Last year, astronomers studying crowdsourced images of auroras noticed that many aurora photographs seemed to also show an eerie purple glow in the skies which seemed to be its own phenomenon separate from the classic northern lights. After poring over thousands of images, University of Calgary’s Eric Donovan finally gave this mysterious phenomenon a name: Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, or Steve.

Initially, it was believed that Steve was merely a part of the northern lights given that Steve seemed to coincide with this well-studied atmospheric event. However, after studying Steve for over a year now, scientists believe Steve is not an aurora after all, but its own unique and unexplained phenomenon.

Oh, hey Steve.

Don’t try to put Steve in a box. Like all of us millennials, Steve avoids labels.

According to researchers from the University of Calgary and the University of California, Los Angeles, Steve is his own from of “sky glow” since Steve does not contain the typical charged particles which constitute auroras. “Our main conclusion is that STEVE is not an aurora,” University of Calgary space physicist Bea Gallardo-Lacourt said in a press release. “So right now, we know very little about it. And that’s the cool thing because this has been known by photographers for decades. But for the scientists, it’s completely unknown.”

You do you, Steve.

In a study published earlier this year, scientists found that Steve appears to be caused by fast-moving ions and super-hot electrons passing through the ionosphere. However, the most recent study published this week claims that Steve “might not be associated with particle precipitation” at all but instead may be generated from within the ionosphere itself by “a process unknown by the authors that could produce electron precipitation.” Who knows what further study of Steve might reveal?

Studies like this one give me hope that we actually know next to nothing about this Earth we think we know well. We’ve only had the capability to send scientific instruments and aircraft into the skies or deep under the water for a century or so. Just imagine what tomorrow’s science will reveal.

Strange Debris Found at Dyatlov Pass, Site of Mysterious Deaths

It’s one of history’s great unsolved and conspiracy-generating mysteries. In 1959, the frozen bodies of a nine-member ski-hiking expedition were found partially undressed near their Ural Mountain campsite in an area whose indigenous name means “Dead Mountain.” The official reason given for the skiers’ strange behavior (like slicing open their tent from the inside) was “natural force they were unable to overcome,” the investigation documents were classified and the public was banned from the area for three years, which irritated those who heard witnesses had seen fireballs that could have been Russian missile tests, energy orbs or alien spaceships. Now, nearly 60 years later, a possible piece of solid evidence may have been found … with its own discovery also shrouded in mystery and intrigue.

A view of the tent as the rescuers found it on Feb. 26, 1959. (public domain)

The latest piece in this mysterious Dyatlov pie begins in 2008 when a tourist claims to have found a large chunk of metal near the site. The 3-foot-by-3-foot (one square meter) piece was either too heavy or perhaps too frightening for this person to bring back in 2008, so it remained there until this year when URA.Ru reported that an expedition had returned to the remote location using GPS coordinates kept by the finder and retrieved it.

“It seems easy only the first 100 meters – in fact it is hard to carry and very uncomfortable. We even at that time hardly managed to deliver it, although we specially prepared it.”

Alexander Zarubin told URA.Ru reported on the expedition for URA.Ru (report here with numerous pictures of the chunk, the area and the team) and says that after the difficult retrieval, it was delivered to Yuri Kountsevich, head of the Dyatlov Foundation dedicated to maintaining the Dyatlov Museum and continuing the investigation of the unsolved mystery. Kountsevich’s initial analysis, along with others who have looked at it, is that the metal is part of a rocket fuel tank, possibly from an intercontinental ballistic UR-100.

Does this metal fragment help solve the mysterious 1959 deaths of the skiers on Dyatlov Pass? Well, it fits the theory that the Russian military was conducting tests (not a real surprise) and a secret missile crashed in the area and its secret cargo may have been responsible for the radiation detected on the bodies and their clothing. It might also lend credence to the theory that the skiers were involved with the tests, possibly working with the KGB – a theory based on reports that some of their diaries and film rolls (one of which may have had photos of the strange orange fireballs) were missing.

Why did these experienced hikers tear their tent from the inside and got barefoot in the snow, some dying of exposure, others from injuries including a broken skull, two broken ribs, and a missing tongue (you read that right). The chunks of metal sheds no light on this or the rumors of a Yeti attack, an avalanche or a rare weather condition known as Kármán vortex street that can generate very-low-frequency sound waves that could have caused psychological problems that drove the hikers mad, or at least to do odd non-hiker things.

Memorial to the hikers

No other pieces of metal were found. Could have been placed there deliberately to distract investigators who may be getting too close to the real reason behind the Dyatlov Pass mystery?

Or is it just a coincidental piece of the many rockets and missiles launched by the USSR and Russia?

Will we ever find out?