FEATURE ARTICLES in ISSUE #17:
Oak Islands Money Pit:?The Dig Just Keeps on Getting Deeper
In 1795, 16-year-old Daniel McGinnis happened upon a large oak tree in a clearing on the north end of a small island off the coast of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. One of the trees branches was severed and an old tackle box hung from it. Below the box, there was a large circular depression in the ground. Daniels curiosity was piqued, so the next day, he returned with two friends to help with the excavation. Although thet only dug for 30 feet before running out of steam, they opened a hole, out of which unleashed the Oak Island mystery. To date, this fascinating saga has cost six lives, millions of dollars, and has occupied the imagination of countless people.
The Hidden History of Haitian Vodou
The old clich?s about Voodooor, as it is spelled in Haiti, Vodouare all too familiar; human sacrifice, cannibalism, drumbeat-driven midnight orgies, and pincushion dolls. For many, Vodou (pronounced vuh-DOO) is the stuff of horror movies. But Vodou is actually a sophisticated faith which combines elements of various traditions. So why does Vodou frighten so many people? The answers lie in Haitis turbulent history.
Was Human Evolution Jumpstarted by Drugs? Graham Hancock Thinks so
Graham Hancock is one of the most significant alternative historians of modern times. He has written many books over the years and has written and hosted many documentaries on ancient mysteries. His most recent book, Supernatural: Meetings With the Ancient Teachers of Mankind, challenges our perception of reality while exploring the origins of civilization, evolution, and creativity.
From the Skies
An Interview with Alien Autopsy Film Owner Ray Santilli
Travellers Tales Terrify and Titillate
Horoscopes for June-August, 2007
The Strange and Bloody Signs of Stigmata
Mysteries on Exhibit
The Serpent Handlers:?Hensley and Faith Healing