Here’s the rundown on the infamous CIA Mind Control program that you need to know about.
I just started watching the Netflix series Stranger Things. I don’t know why I’m coming so late to this party. It’s a stellar show with an amazing cast and writing that’s way cool.
By episode three, though, you gotta have noticed MK-Uktra. I don’t know about you but I sure am tired of learning about new ways our government—and its cronies—have been hiding things from us—decades and decades and decades of secret after secret after secret—many of which are designed specifically to hurt Americans individually and as a people. And we call ourselves a “free” nation.
Certain people will automatically call you a ‘Conspiracy Theorist’ when they hear words like ‘Deep State’ or ‘Secret CIA Operation’. This is by design and it plays right into why it’s important for you to educate…
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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Hubble Helps Find Smallest Known Galaxy Containing a Supermassive Black Hole!
This is an artist’s rendition of a supermassive black hole—weighing as much as 21 million suns!—located in the middle of the ultradense galaxy M60-UCD1.
The dwarf galaxy is so dense that millions of stars fill the sky as seen here by our “imaginary visitor”. Because no light can escape from the black hole, it appears simply in silhouette against the starry background.
The black hole’s intense gravitational field warps the light of the background stars to form ring-like images just outside the dark edges of the black hole’s event horizon. Combined observations by the Hubble Space Telescope and Gemini North telescope determined the presence of the black hole inside such a small and dense galaxy.
Astronomers using data from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and ground observation have found an unlikely object in an improbable…
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Table of Contents
1 A Beginning of Sorts
2 The Truth about UFOs
3 What Is Truth?
4 Who Rules?
5 The Kingdom of Heaven Is Within You
6 A New Creation Story
7 Down the Chute
8 The Coming Terror
10 Human to Monkey
11 Our Fathers Who Art in Spaceships
12 Lambs among Wolves
13 Returns and Lies
14 Near Death Experiences
15 The Fact of Life after Life
16 Ghost Meets Grey
17 Beneath the Surface
18 You and You Alone
19 Returning to Godhead
20 The Triumph of Truth over Lies
21 Living Water
22 Immaculate Conceptions Galore
23 Alpha to Omega
24 Out There
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I was passing through the East End of London with my fellow schoolmates, on our way to see the famous Tower of London. The year was 1960. I was fourteen years old, and we were all, my mates and I, full of the exuberances of youth that were natural at that age. There was excitement, even joy, in the form of a zest running like soft brush strokes of stinging nettles around the extremities of my body, joy in anticipation of what was waiting for us all just a few meters ahead on one thousand square meters of pure history—history wrapped up in ghosts and human ghouls that marked the jagged desultory corridors of a British past.
Prior to that day, I had never taken ghosts as a phenomenon seriously enough to give even a lingering thought to them. I had always been a dreadful cynic. My mind has naturally never had a penchant for the belief in anything that I could not see, feel, or touch. Ghosts were definitely out. But something really strange happened on that first trip to the Tower. I suddenly felt real fear at one point on the tour. I remember feeling annoyed at myself at not being able to explain why. The fear arose just there, at a particular location, and nowhere else. There was nothing forbidding about the place, it was a kind of lobby from which a staircase descended. The fear was completely irrational, and this irritated me more.
The Stephenville Lights: What Really Happened?
(from Skeptical Inquirer, Vol. 33.1,Jan/Feb 2009)
The January 2008 Stephenville Sightings
One of the most widely publicized UFO reports of the past few years is the so-called Stephenville Lights of January 8, 2008. Stephenville, Texas, is a small town (population 17,000) one hundred miles southwest of Dallas. Between 6:15 and 7:30 pm local time, forty witnesses reported seeing very bright lights. They made no sound. They were said to be slowly moving, then moved quickly. Many said the lights were pursued by military aircraft. Some said they sped away at 3,000 miles per hour. Some said they saw a single object one mile long. One said it was a life-changing experience.
Lights Sighted over Stephenville, Texas Were Photographed above—in 1951 & below—in 2008.
A local Stephenville newspaper reported the story on January 10, and a public affairs officer for the Naval Air Station, Joint Reserve Base at Carswell Field, sixty nautical miles away, was quoted as saying, “There were no F-16s from this unit operating.” (That proved to be wrong.) The national media picked up the story about the lights, and it was featured on Larry King Live on January 18.
Astronomer (and retired Air Force pilot) James McGaha (see the accompanying “The Trained Observer” piece) investigated. On January 17, he contacted the Federal Aviation Administration and asked if any aircraft that night had entered the Brownwood Military Operating Areas (MOAs). These MOAs begin ten miles southwest of Stephenville—a 3,200-square-mile area used for military aviation training. The FAA informed McGaha on January 18 that a group of four F-16s from the 457th Fighter Squadron entered the operating area at 6:17 pm local time. A second group of four F-16s entered the same area at 6:26 pm. They departed at 6:54 and 6:58, respectively. The time the aircraft were flying in the MOA accords with the time of the sightings.
On January 18 McGaha contacted the 301st Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office and asked if they made a mistake in saying their aircraft had not been in the MOA that night. They called him back and informed him of their error. On January 23, they issued a press release publicly acknowledging the error, stating that F-16s had indeed been flying in the MOA that evening.
What were the aircraft doing? McGaha says they were flying training maneuvers that involved dropping extraordinarily bright flares. The LUU/2B/B flare is nothing like the standard flares you might think of. These flares have an illumination of about two million candlepower. They are intended to light up a vast area of the ground for nighttime aerial attack. Once released, they are suspended by parachutes (which often hover and even rise due to the heat of the flares) and light up a circle on the ground greater than one kilometer for four minutes. The flare casing and parachute are eventually consumed by the heat. At a distance of 150 miles, a single flare can still be as bright as the planet Venus.