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Sunday, 6 November 2011

The Enfield Poltergeist

Quite possibly, one of the most fascinating paranormal cases I've run across is that of the Enfield case in North London. It revolved around a family of five. Peggy Harper, a divorced mother, and her four children. They lived in a three bedroom house in Enfield. The events began in August of 1977, when two of the children Janet and Pete complained that their beds were moving. When their mother went to investigate, however, the beds were still, leading Peggy to believe that the children were making the story up.
The next night, however, Peggy was once again called by the children to investigate a shuffling noise they heard in their room. When the sound was described as sounding like a chair was moving across the floor, Peggy removed the chair to stop the complaints. However, when she turned off the light to leave, she also heard the sound. It stopped when she turned the light on, but when the room was dark again, she heard it again. Things rapidly escalated from there, with Peggy there to witness it for herself. There were four loud knocks on the wall, and a chest of drawers moved by itself. Moving the chest back against the wall proved fruitless, as it moved away again on it's own when Peggy turned away. A second attempt to move it proved impossible, and Peggy finally lost her composure. Terrified, she ordered her children out of bed, and they ran to a neighbors' home for help.
The neighbors investigated, hearing the knocks for themselves. A search of the house and garden brought up nothing, and when the police arrived, they also witnessed the knocking on the walls. In a signed statement made by one officer, a chair moved across the floor of its' own accord.
The events continued and escalated. There were numerous witnesses to the phenomena of objects flying through the air, knockings on the walls, etc. A local vicar, the police, a local medium, reporters from the Daily Mirror numbered among the witnesses. Finally, the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) contacted Maurice Grosse, one of their members, to look into the case. He stayed at the Harper home for several days before experiencing any activity, which began with a chair in one of the children's' bedrooms being thrown across the room. One of the children were asleep in the room at the time. The chair was returned to where it belonged, and when it happened again an hour later, a photographer who was also staying in the house, captured it on film.
The case made the front page of the Daily Mirror, and was picked up by a London based radio station which resulted in a two and a half hour NIGHT LINE program. Peggy, Grosse, and a neighbor participated in the show, where they talked about the case. The Harper family was becoming famous, and the Enfield case was attracting more and more attention. Writer Guy Lyon joined Grosse in his investigations of the strange occurrences, which continued for two years before it finally ended.
It must have been a long two years. Knockings on walls and floors happened on an almost daily basis, furniture moved of it's own accord across the floor, and threw itself down the stairs; objects would fly across rooms and bedsheets and blankets would get pulled off the beds; there were unexplained puddles of water appearing on the floor, and the children made claims that they were being pulled out of bed, thrown across the room, and more. The children's mother, Peggy witnessed many of these events, and backed up her children's' claims.
Most of the activity seemed to center around one child in particular. 11 year old Janet. She would be seen being thrown about the room, the curtains would try to wrap themselves around her neck, threatening to strangle her. Janet also began speaking in a very rough male voice, claiming to be, among others, someone named Bill who had died in the house. This was verified later that it had indeed, happened, but at time time Janet was manifesting this, no one in the family was aware that this had actually happened.
Doctors and psychiatrists were brought in to examine the family, particularly Janet. While the gravelly voice was determined to indeed be coming from Janets' throat, no explanation could be given as to how her normal speaking voice was not damaged by using the rougher voice for hours on end. Janet was examined for mental problems, etc., going to Maudsley Hospital in South London for six weeks for observation and tests to check for any physical or mental abnormalities. None were found. However, during Janets' absence, the activity in the house stopped.
Suspicion centered on Janet. Hidden cameras were set up, which recorded her bending spoons with her hands and trying to bend an iron bar. Other researchers from the SPR came to investigate, but when they came into Janet's room to observe, they were made to stand facing away from the children, only to be hit with objects while the children giggled. The investigators felt that the children were producing the 'voices' themselves, and trying to hide it by burying their faces in sheets, etc, to disguise what they were doing. One researcher, Anita Gregory claimed that the children's uncle had told her he believed Janet had taught herself to talk in a deep voice, and that she had always been very athletic and mischievous, delighting in tricking strangers. He apparently believed that Janet was the cause of the phenomena.
In any event, the phenomena stopped, finally, after two long years. But the questions remain. Was it an actual paranormal case, or was it a hoax, perpetuated by the children? Or, could it have been a combination of both? I tend to believe that perhaps it may have started with some unexplained occurrences, and that the children then perpetuated a hoax for the attention it brought them. After all, they were photographed, people came to investigate, they received media attention...it must have been very tempting, indeed, to continue, if that is in fact the case. It seems unlikely to me that Peggy Harper, the mother, was a part of it, however. Another fact that seems to bear out it being a possible hoax was the sudden cessation of activity after two years, allowing the family to return to a normal life.
Hoax or not, the Enfield Case continues to be one of the most fascinating and intriguing paranormal events, worthy of further study. To read more details about this case, and to see photos, visit the link below:
Source: The Enfield Case by John Zaffis

Saturday, 8 October 2011

The aliens have landed: Amazing footage shows 'little green men walking about after UFO touchdown'... but why does it always happen in Siberia?

They're here: In this still from the film clip, an object which appears to be disc-shaped with flashing lights hovers above the Siberia landscape

They're here: In this still from the film clip, an object which appears to be disc-shaped with flashing lights hovers above the Siberia landscape

For an alien looking to explore Earth, the frozen wastes of Siberia may not be the most attractive of landing locations.
But if this film footage is to be believed, that's exactly where these 'little green men' chose to land their UFO.
The clip, filmed in the remote Irkutsk region of Siberia, appears to show a strange glowing craft and five aliens walking about in the snow.  

Students Timur Hilall, 18, and Kirill Vlasov, 19, have admitted their 'find' of an alien in the Siberian woods was just a stunt

Students Timur Hilall, 18, and Kirill Vlasov, 19, have admitted their 'find' of an alien in the Siberian woods was just a stunt

Scroll down to watch the video
Proof at last? This screen grab shows an apparent UFO on the ground with what appears to be an unearthly being to its right and four other beings directly in front of the glowing craft
Proof at last? This screen grab shows an apparent UFO on the ground with what appears to be an unearthly being to its right and four other beings directly in front of the glowing craft 

It shows what seems to be an alien about four feet tall, standing 15 feet away from its glowing craft, with four other similar figures nearby.
The short clip was taken two days after mysterious lights illuminated the Siberian night skies above Bayanday, also in Irkutsk.

Sunday, 2 October 2011

Making a Witchcraft Book:Book of Shadows

Book of Shadows is a secret book that is known to be filled with mysterious spells and incantations. However, this thought only exists in television series and movies. With this, most witches who are new to the craft are becoming disappointed at this point because they would think that there are such books available for purchase. Nevertheless, this is not just the case. Back at the past, the fear of being discovered was at its peak that any secrets and wisdom handed down were performed so verbally; not to mention that the capability in reading and writing were given mostly to the wealthy.
Generally, the Book of Shadows is a witchcraft book that serves two main purposes. The first purpose serves as a witchcraft book that serves as a reference guide of all sorts. This could be a place where one keeps tables and correspondences, rituals and spells that one would like to try. On the other hand, the purpose is more personal. In this aspect, one would keep track of dreams, spells, rituals, and personal readings. Therefore, it is a more magical journal than an ordinary workbook. This is the common purpose of Book of Shadows as a witchcraft book.


There is nothing “paranormal” in the Universe, except our limited understanding of Nature. What we think we “know” on Earth now is just a tiny drop in the Ocean of Knowledge.

In the distant past, people admired things they could not explain and called them “miracles”. Long ago, people were able to see Auras. Advanced spiritual people such as Buddha, Christ and their immediate students were painted with golden haloes around their heads, because some artists could actually see Auras. In Australia remote West Kimberleys you can find prehistoric cave paintings (bottom left), many thousands of years old, depicting people with golden haloes. (photo courtesy G.L.Walsh) Nature gave us ALL we need to see Auras. All is required is the knowledge how to use your senses together with your conscious effort. If you decide not to try, you will NEVER see the Aura. On the other hand, when you SEE something for yourself, no longer will you need to rely on believing someone. You will KNOW. And you can use your knowledge to learn more.


  How to practice astral travel and telepathy. Dream control.

Material technology, without spiritual knowledge, is leading us to a global catastrophe on Earth. Technology should ASSIST in the spiritual development and not be used (as it is used now) to confine and enslave people within a monetary system and materialistic world, which are both temporary anyway.

The danger does NOT lie in the death of the physical body, as millions believe: the danger exists in the WAY in which one LIVES. There is nothing in the Universe to be afraid of, except our own ignorance and its consequences. We live on Earth to develop our consciousness, awareness and understanding of the specific aspects of laws of Nature and the Universe. What we think we “know” on Earth is just a tiny drop in the Ocean of Knowledge.

Moon Calendar

The oldest calendars in the world are all mooncalendars. Archeologists found carved bones dating back early as 11000 years B.C. (see the book Calendar). At present the Hindu, Chinese and Jewish people have so-called luni-solar calendars which are leaped calendars that remind one of the moonorder of the old Babylonians. Every 3-4 years a month is added to stay in line with the seasons according certain mathematical rules to cycles of time. Next to that do the Muslims have a purely lunar calendar which once in the 32 years is realigning with the solar calendar.
The Roman Empire before the julian reform of 45 B.C. also had a lunar calendar. Because it was subject to political/religious manipulation it was at the time abolished by Julius Caesar. But still our present gregorian calendar shows the signs of the old times: December is derived from the roman word for ten, meaning the tenth month. There were originally no more than ten lunar month's on our calendar which began 753 years B.C. at the Foundation of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) A.U.C.

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

A Protocol for Messaging to Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Messaging to extraterrestrial intelligence (METI) is a branch of study concerned with
constructing and broadcasting a message toward habitable planets. Since the Arecibo message of 1974, the handful of METI broadcasts have increased in content and complexity, but the lack of an established protocol has produced unorganized or cryptic messages that could be difficult to 2interpret. Here we outline the development of a self-consistent protocol for messaging toextraterrestrial intelligence that provides constraints and guidelines for the construction of amessage in order to maximize the probability that the message effectively communicates. AMETI protocol considers several factors including signal encoding, message length, informationcontent, anthropocentrism, transmission method, and transmission periodicity. Once developed,the protocol will be released for testing on different human groups worldwide and across culturalboundaries. An effective message to extraterrestrials should at least be understandable byhumans, and releasing the protocol for testing will allow us to improve the protocol and developpotential messages. Through an interactive website, users across the world will be able to createand exchange messages that follow the protocol in order to discover the types of messages bettersuited for cross-cultural communication. The development of a METI protocol will serve toimprove the quality of messages to extraterrestrials, foster international collaboration, and extendastrobiology outreach to the public.