(Paul Seaburn) While the big three major world religions get all of the publicity, there are plenty of other spiritual collectives between them and atheism. One group that attracts a lot of paranormal fans are the UFO religions whose members subscribe to the existence of extraterrestrials traveling to Earth in unidentified flying objects, often to take part in the evolution of humanity. Two such groups coincidentally popped up in the news recently, proving that they’re not as obscure as some might think (or hope).
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(Paul Seaburn) It happened in Iowa early in the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination and now it’s happened again, this time on the day before the winner of that nomination and the election was inaugurated as president. A video of then president-elect Donald Trump’s “official government plane” (not his personal plane and not Air Force One) leaving New York on January 19th to travel to Washington DC for the inauguration and festivities shows what appears to be two UFOs. What could they be? Was the soon-to-be-president aware of them? Did they influence part of his inaugural address?
(Dr. Edward F. Group) Iodine is a critically important nutrient that we all need. In women and men, iodine is used by the thyroid to produce T3 and T4 hormones, which manage metabolism. Iodine also supports digestion, bone development, muscle control, and heart and brain function.
(Rachel Blevins) “I’m never plugging that device in again because I can’t trust it,” a homeowner said after her Alexa sent an audio recording from inside her home to a stranger.
(B.N. Frank) What hurts the birds and bees also hurts you and me. That has never not been true.
(Dr. Michael Salla) The May 22 episode of Cosmic Disclosure featured a bombshell interview of two insiders, Emery Smith and Corey Goode, who discussed their direct knowledge of classified underground bases and the super advanced technologies used there. They revealed the security protocols, policy oversight, and travel and cloaking technologies secretly used at the bases.
(Jay Syrmopoulos) When militarized FBI agents clad in tactical gear raided the home of Rakem Balogun in December 2017—forcing him and his 15-year-old son outside in their underwear on the cold and windy night as agents ransacked his residence—he thought it had to be a mistake.
(Ralph Flores) For a lot of people, the concept of growing old isn’t thrilling because of one thing: cognitive decline which is one of the hallmark signs of aging. In particular, memory loss, forgetfulness, a decreased ability to maintain focus, and reductions in problem-solving abilities are all part of the cognitive decline. Some cases, however, are more severe, progressing into Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
(Alanna Ketler) Back in 2013, the Center for Environmental Health released test results which uncovered that Pepsi had purposefully covered up high levels of 4-MeI in it’s products. The soft drink giant denied both the presence of this chemical in it’s beverages and the fact that it was dangerous. 4-MeI, short for 4-Methylimidazole is a compound that comes from the “caramel colouring” and is a known carcinogen.
The following report details the current state of geomagnetic activity and resulting effects on human consciousness. This can be used to guide one’s activities in meditation, mass meditation, personal energy work, and self-mastery practices.
Coronal Holes, Volcanic Index, Storm Alerts | S0 News May.25.2018 5 — Suspicious0bservers
(Heather Nelson) Like most people, when shopping for a new mattress, you likely did a lot of research before buying. Perhaps you went to a few stores and flopped around on a mattress or two. Asked your family, friends, and co-workers which brands were best. Looked over a few online reviews. So in your mind, you made the best purchase.
(Vicki Batts) Telling the truth about a scandal that hasn’t been approved by the legacy media and their owners often yields a predictable result: You’ll be labeled a conspiracy theorist — even when there is plenty of evidence to support the truth. Comfortable lies may help some people sleep at night, but the truth is that many supposed “conspiracy theories” are actually real, and are supported by science. Who would have thought? Here are five truths that are widely misrepresented as conspiracy theories, and the evidence which supports them:
(Arjun Walia) Mysterious sounds heard all over the world have researchers completely stumped. They’ve been happening for quite some time, with the latest example coming from Pennsylvania, with multiple townships being affected by these mysterious sounds, feeling their vibration and waking them up in the middle of the night. It wasn’t long ago when residents in Alabama were left baffled when a loud boom resounded across much of the state.
(Ethan Huff) Another highly unusual emergency alert went out to citizens, this time in the Florida city of Lake Worth.