Deciphering PA's Susquehanna Stones
Unofficially, many archaeologists find enigmatic artifacts and unusual sites around the U.S. fascinating, but they are generally unwilling to commit themselves to unorthodox research, particularly when that research could undermine conventional theories about American prehistory. A good example of this dilemma is the 60-year, sporadic investigation into Pennsylvanias Susquehanna stones, grooved rocks that were originally thought to be the relics of a Phoenician mining expedition that sailed up the Susquehanna River some 2,500 years ago.
Is Weather Being Used as the Ultimate Weapon?
Because of the the massive destruction caused by hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilmaalong with unusual and abundant rainfall on the East Coast that caused record flooding in some placessuspicions have been aroused that these storms may have been the result of weather manipulation by various secret government agencies. While many scoff at the idea of weather control, the tremendous military capabilities that could result from the ability to control the weather cannot be ignored.
Patrick Mathews: Healing the Hearts of the Living
Everyone gets flashes of insight into the world beyond, occasional glimpses of what lies behind the veil of death. Most of us, though, pass them off as momentary aberrations, bits of mental minutia that have no meaning. So says psychic Patrick Mathews, who, unlike many, has made the interpretation and transmission of these flashes of insight his lifes work.
The Lost Scientific Wonders of the Ancient World
Most of us consider the technology of the past as primitive. We marvel at the gigantic structures constructed by ancient cultures, but what of ancient surgical procedures? Two thousand-year-old calculators? Ancient batteries and other electrical devices? As far-fetched as these ideas may sound, many unusual archaeological discoveries attest to their reality.