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Friday, 29. September 2006
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Evil acts of sorcery can kill superstitious people only by Pravda.
Lusung, a sorcerer in one of South African tribes, told a man who had committed a crime: “You will die in three days!” Then she sprinkled water and sprayed some red powder around the hut of the condemned man. The sorcerer repeated her incantation for the benefit of the villagers. “Her words were a death verdict,” says Wright in his book. “None of the villagers laid hands on the criminal yet he was found dead three days later,” adds he.
Peek at NSA's Secret Reading List by Wired News.
The Memory Hole, a website dedicated to ferreting out and publishing government documents, posted the indexes from Cryptologic Quarterly, Cryptologic Almanac, Cryptologic Spectrum and NSA Technical Journal on Monday. The lists were obtained following a smartly targeted FOIA request filed by researcher Michael Ravnitzky in 2003.
"This is one of the first glimpses we have had into NSA's own library -- and it’s a safe bet there are some gems in there," said Secrecy News editor Steven Aftergood.
Druid campaign for sacred sites by BBC News.
The druid is spending the weekend in the limestone cave to highlight his cause and to try to "balance the spiritual energies". "Our feeling is that it isn't just modern graveyards that should be considered as sacred sites, but anywhere that a body has been buried with ceremonial intent," he said. "We have formed a little group called Dead to Rights, to work for the return of remains to the sites they were buried in and hopefully have them reburied there with due ceremony."
Occult claims clamor for serious study by Mercury News.
A hundred years ago, one of the most ambitious of research projects was launched, a study that linked scholars and mediums on three continents. Its purpose was to discover whether living humans could talk to dead ones. Newspapers described the work as "remarkable experiments testing the reality of life after death."
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