On one of the last nights of a four-month exile in the spirit-drenched marshlands of Eugene, Oregon, Alley Valkyrie and I sat under a sky full of stars, sitting across from each other around a fire, sipping thick hot cocoa and talking about the state of the world.
Remotely sensed images can be valuable information sources for the public, such as journalists and their readership. High-resolution imagery of places in the news have been used extensively to bring world events to the doorsteps of the public.
The stone rows shown are called Le Menec; they are part of the largest Neolithic monument in Europe at Carnac, in the Brittany region of France.
The numbers on deaths from guns in this country is staggering. According to statistics gathered by the Small Arms Survey, the United States ranked third after El Salvador and Mexico in the number of gun homicides.
Join Abby Martin as she investigates why there are thousands of bodies on the US Mexico border–and uncovers a hidden war–in this full-length documentary, originally aired as a two-part series.
Great to see disinformation friend and author Graham Hancock at No. 14 on Watkins Books’ 2016 Spiritual 100 List!
Thanks to what has happened New Hampshire, the term “anti establishment candidates” is being plastered on the country’s newsfeeds. Yet what is the definition of establishment?Read More
At the February 11 Democratic Debate, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton had a spirited exchange about an unlikely topic: the 92-year old former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.Read More
Being disinfonauts, you now want to know not only what “anti-languages” are, but also how to speak them. Luckily, Jonathan Green has a new book for you, Language!: Five Hundred Years of the Vulgar Tongue.Read More
Rumors were flying through the blogosphere this winter: physicists at the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) may finally have directly detected gravitational wavesRead More
By the power vested in me by Reverend Bob Wilson, former Big Toe of the Illuminati, I hereby declare everyone who reads this article a pope.Read More
No one else at my small-town-South, church-affiliated college was openly trans. I wasn’t just socially stigmatized – I lacked spiritual tools with which to understand my alienation.Read More
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has used the covert cell phone spying devices known as Stingrays more than 1,000 times since 2008, including for the investigation of low-level crimes and typically…Read More
“Pain” is the story Whitley Strieber was working on in December 1985, when the memories of his alleged alien encounters first began to surface.Read More
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a plan to encircle his entire country with a fence as protection against “wild beasts,” referring to those in neighboring Arab states.
2016 NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY: Superdele-what? Relax, The Bad News for Bernie Might Not Be So Bad After All
Making the rounds today is the revelation that, due to pledged Superdelegates in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton will come away from her big loss in the New Hampshire primary with just as many delegates as Bernie Sanders.
What would happen if you raised a child from birth using only technology? What the child knew no love, received no nurturing, lived in a stark basement, and everything he learned about…
Since we can’t directly access the past or the future, the present seems to be all we’ve got. Yet Derrida denied the existence of the present.
At this time, the FBI has moved to contain the remaining occupiers by placing agents at barricades both immediately ahead of and behind the area where the occupiers are camping.
Synchronicities are signposts to Reality, to the multidimensionality of being. They are artifacts of the acausal, indicators that we are closer to seeing what is actually there or here or There. To…
Despite a crushing defeat by voters in the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton will likely win more delegates in the state
when it comes to people stealing ideas, there is a strange ambiguity regarding how much an artist can take from another artist before it constitutes plagiarism.
Shaun Attwood is a charming, eloquent and mild mannered man from rural England; not necessarily what you’d expect from someone who was once atop of a drug empire in Arizona.
After a weeks-long standoff with federal and Oregon state police, 16 members of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation have been arrested, one wounded and another killed. The occupation’s leaders, Ammon and…
“In the future, intelligence services might use the [Internet of Things] for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment, or to gain access to networks or user credentials,”
I don’t know what to think of the green, egg-headed aliens Whitley Strieber may or may not have seen; I’m not too hip when it comes to alien lore.
The search for justice for victims of the Flint water crisis is heating up this week after investigators announced that they are weighing criminal charges while a new lawsuit…
It is becoming increasingly more difficult for the Western mind to ignore transdisciplinary investigations to (potentially) reveal the greater invisible reality of metaphysics, or to hide the fact that maybe there really…