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Zecharia Sitchin passed away on the morning of October 9th. He was 90 years old.

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Who's the Conspiracy Theorist Now? Gov't Scaring the Public with Aliens, Asteroids, and Global Pandemics.
2010 10 28
Pandemics, Aliens, and Asteroids -- Oh My! It appears that the corporate-government-media has recently become the number one propagator of conspiracy theories. That is, of course, as long as the fear campaign pushes the right buttons for the agenda.
Earth Passing Into the Cosmic "Energy Cloud"
2010 10 28
On Christmas Eve, 2009, the startling hypothesis that our Solar System, the Sun and all its planets, are moving into a potentially dangerous and destabilizing interstellar energy cloud, was resoundingly sustained. In their research paper, "A strong, highly-tilted interstellar magnetic field near the Solar System," published the December 24, 2009 issue of Nature, a highly respected scientific journal, M. Opher ...
Massive Solar Flare Storm Warnings for the Next Few Years
2010 10 28
According to a new report, the United States is in danger of a massive space storm that could knock out power to much of the nation. It may sound like the premise for the next Michael Bay, big-budget action extravaganza -- but scientists say a storm from space could change life on Earth as we know it. And the United States is ...
"Alien" Parasite Removed from Womans Brain
2010 10 27
Worm Removed From Woman's Brain Woman Recuperating After Doctors Remove Parasite An Arizona woman says she's feeling good, a little more than a week after undergoing six hours of surgery to remove a worm that had lodged in her brain. Dawn Becerra and her doctors believe the parasite got into her system three years ago, when she ate ...
Augmented Reality or Futuristic Invasion of Privacy?
2010 10 26
Like it or not, the web is getting more and more interconnected to the "real" world — in part by what some call "augmented reality" apps, which allow Google Goggles to recognize physical objects when you point your mobile device at them, or have Yelp show you reviews of nearby restaurants hovering in the air as you hold up your ...
The Grasdorf Pictogram Plates
2010 10 25
Farmer Werner Harenberg woke up early in the morning of July 23, 1991 to discover Germany’s first spectacular crop circle near the village of Grasdorf, Lower Saxony in the historic Teutoburger Wald Area, not far from Hannover. This location is not far from the prehistoric site of Externsteine, part natural rock, part carvings, caves and bearing various signs of what ...
The robot that reads your mind to train itself
2010 10 15
Rajesh Rao is a man who believes that the best type of robotic helper is one who can read your mind. In fact, he’s more than just an advocate of mind-controlled robots; he believes in training them through the power of thought alone. His team at the Neural Systems Laboratory, University of Washington, hopes to take brain-computer interface (BCI) technology to the ...
Earth & Space

Mars in Sagittarius October 28 - December 7, 2010

Sagittarius represents all that within us is seeking a way to overcome limitations, who longs for greener pastures and a more adventurous, meaningful existence. When Mars transits this sign, every two years or so, his raw energy works to widen one’s field of action, making one more aware and alive to opportunities fate presents, producing enough enthusiasm and optimism to perceive obstacles as stepping stones on the way to success and accomplishment. Eternally hopeful, because guided by an inner vision of positive future developments (Sagittarius), Mars moves forwards instinctively, unencumbered by self imposed limitations and fears.

During Mars' transit in Sagittarius, we're reminded to have a bit of faith, be a little braver and take a chance. What's important to remember is that whatever actions we take must also have our complete and utter commitment to see through to the end. This way, we aren't just acting on impulse or making decisions without forethought. This is also a great way to put ourselves and our goals in an ideal position for when Mars leaves Sagittarius in December to transit Capricorn, where our work can reap rewards or be more solidified.

The Shining Ones by Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien

The Shining Ones brings together a lifetime of research and scholarship in presenting evidence of the activities of a group of culturally and technically advanced people, who dominated human progress for several thousand years.

Establishing agriculture in a mountain valley in the Near East around 8,500 BC, these sages founded the Garden of Eden, and set the stage for the diffusion of the Indo-European peoples throughout the world. They were deified and are still remembered as gods.

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