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Wednesday, 02. August 2006
Goddess Conference at Glastonbury
There always seems to be something 'on' in Glastonbury!
Scarcely The Glastonbury Symposium is over - now The Goddess Conference kicks off!
There are some 'previous years' pages on for you to browse ...
Crop Circles Photo Galleries
The crop circle season is going on, new photo galleries are supposed to come.
By then enjoy the picture galleries from the past.
Uffington Castle, nr Ashbury, Oxfordshire. Reported 8th June 2006.
Wayland's Smithy, nr Ashbury, Oxfordshire England. Reported 9th August 2005
Tan Hill, nr Stanton St Bernard, Wiltshire England. Reported 28th July 2004
Milk Hill, nr Alton Barnes, Wiltshire. England 13th August 2001
Today's eye candy:
Crop Circles Photo Gallery with pictures since 1990
Temporary Temples with pictures since 1994.
Lucy Pringle's Crop Circle Photograph Library with pictures since 1990.
Category: Mysteries & Enigmas |
Hot News or Hoax?
African Desert Has Its Own X-files by The Star. (English)
This is when you'll see them, round barren patches devoid of plants and rocks. Perfectly circular and mostly equidistant, they pockmark the landscape like Leopard's spots. The Himba people, native to the Namib Desert, believe they have always been there, much the same way a zebra has always had its stripes. Colonialists believe that they're made by fairies, yes, the creatures of myth and folklore, that migrated across stormy seas to find new breeding grounds.
France's new Stonehenge: Secrets of a neolithic time machine by The Independent. (English)
"We have found 60 stones, some complete, some broken, but we believe that there must be many more in the surrounding site. Once we have established where the stones originally stood, we will be able to draw conclusions, based on scientific fact, not on guesswork. The artefacts we find in the soil and evidence of how the stones were placed upright could make enormous contributions to our understanding of neolithic culture..."
Diese Story auf deutsch:
Hinkelstein-Fund begeistert Archäologen von Spiegel Online. (German)
The Legend of Hull House by Inside Pulse. (English)
Several years before Addams came to Hull House, Mrs. Hull died of natural causes there, and a few months after her passing, rumors began that Hull's ghost haunted the room where she died. Overnight guests admitted to hearing strange footsteps along with other ghostly and disturbing noises.
No Conflict Between Religion and the Paranormal by Philippine Daily Inquirer. (English)
Jaime Licauco: "I see no conflict nor incompatibility between religion and paranormal phenomena. As a matter of fact, all religions, whether Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism or Christianity, started with a paranormal phenomenon, with a vision or contact with a supernatural or divine being."
Transforming the Alchemists by The New York Times. (English)
Elsewhere: Alchemy recast: Modern science sees a gem by Herald Tribune.
Opus Dei opens its doors on TV to counter 'Da Vinci Code lies' by Sunday Times. (English)
They were portrayed in The Da Vinci Code as masochistic and murderous monks involved in a crazed conspiracy to preserve the Catholic church’s secrets. Now Opus Dei is involved in a new battle: trying to persuade the public that it is not as secretive or sinister as the writer Dan Brown portrayed it to be.
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Category: News & Stories |
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