A new map shows the frequency of UFO sightings in the US over the last 90 years. Were some of those UFOs part of […]
- June 12, 2015
- June 11, 2015
The White House confirms more American soldiers are heading to Iraq. That makes 3,500 observers and trainers in Iraq, with more on the way […]
The Secret Lives Of Elves & Faeries: The Bizarre Truth Behind The Story… And Death… Of Rev Robert KirkJune 11, 2015
What Reverend Robert Kirk is most known for, though his Biblical works were pertinent in his time, is the legacy of the faery race that he left behind. His The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns, and Faeries is thought today to be one of the best contributions to modern scholarship on the faery realm. What is most intriguing about this text however, is that it was initially believed to have been an amalgamation of legends and myths the reverend collected during his life, condensed into a single work. Yet in more recent years, there is a belief that the earlier editions of Kirk’s manuscript are actually much more personal.
As for the women who built them, “Folklore makes it clear that these women are about omnipotent—they have everlasting life, youth, beauty and riches, wisdom and skills, which they [taught] to people. Big part of these skills connects the mouras … to the Neolithic revolution—mouras taught people spinning, weaving, cheesemaking, brewing and plowing and gave sheep, pig and cow as a gift for people,” Lindström wrote. She said linguistics connects the Portuguese mouras to many other European goddesses, including the Greek Moirae, or Fates…
SKYWATCH TV EDITOR NOTE: While we disagree with Andrew Collins’ position on the origins of the Anunnaki (he believes they were advanced humans and we believe they were part of the fallen reptilian-looking Watchers), we appreciate his efforts to study the mysteries around Göbekli Tepe. We recommend you read On the Path of the Immortals regarding the Anunnaki and Göbekli Tepe.
- June 11, 2015
Sixty percent of respondents said they had symptoms of phantom eye syndrome. These symptoms included pain, visual sensations, or the impression of actually seeing with the missing eye. Patients with visual symptoms most often saw simple shapes and colors. But some people reported more distinct images, “for example, resembling wallpaper, a kaleidoscope, or fireworks, or even specific scenes and people,” the authors write. Then there were the ghosts.