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Saturday, March 08, 2014

Daily 2 Cents: UFO Over Mayan Ruins -- Government Built Psychic Team -- Top States For UFO Sightings

UFO Over Mayan Ruins

5/21/2013 - Belize: It was late May,2013. We were on vacation, a cruise. We did an excursion to the Xunantunic, the Mayan ruins in Belize. We had a great time!I had always had an interest in extraterrestrial beings/sighting, but I was never fully convinced. That was until we returned from our trip. Upon review of the photos, we had noticed an object in a picture. Every hair on body stood. There was a clear picture of what I believe is an extraterrestrial craft. The moment I laid my eyes on the photo, I knew that I captured a REAL ufo.id like to know if locals or tourists in the region have captured similar pictures on their trip to the ruins as it's been haunting me for months - MUFON CMS

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The most per capita UFO sightings last year were in Vermont, Arizona and Maine

Whether you do or don’t believe—or maybe you just want to?—in the existence of extraterrestrials, sightings of unidentified flying objects is a real phenomenon.

Chalk it up to aliens, the government or just the influence of science fiction, drugs, alcohol or sheer lunacy, but people throughout the country routinely report spotting UFO’s and have for decades. And a lot of those sightings get reported to the Mutual UFO Network, an organization dedicated to “the scientific study of UFOs for the benefit of humanity.” Outer Places, a community for UFO enthusiasts, collected MUFON’s data from last year and created the maps below showing sightings by state, sightings per capita by state, and shapes sighted by state.

Vermont, Arizona and Maine both had about four sightings per 100,000 people, more than any other state, according to the Outer Places analysis of MUFON’s data. New Hampshire also had high sightings rates, making New England something of a UFO sighting hotbed. Montanans reported seeing a lot of fireballs, while North Dakotans reported spotting circle-shaped objects. Residents of South Dakota, Georgia, Iowa and New Hampshire all reported seeing more star-shaped objects than any other shape. - Washington Post


Vodka Saves Dog's Life

When Maltese terrier Charlie was just hours away from death, his vets found the lifesaving solution anyone would love to hear: get him drunk.

The curious canine was rushed to the Animal Accident & Emergency hospital last weekend, having licked some coolant in his owner Jacinta Rosewarne’s garage.

Vets realised Charlie had ethylene glycol poisoning, which can cause kidney failure within hours and, left untreated, leads to death.

So they grabbed a bottle of vodka and started feeding it to Charlie through a tube down his nose and then intravenously.

“He was definitely drunk,” Ms Rosewarne said.

“He was stumbling around, I’d go to pat him and he’d push me away like a normal drunk person, he was vomiting a little, whining like a drunk.”

“I thought it was hilarious ... It was distressing but funny at the same time.”

Charlie had 700ml of vodka in two days, a miracle treatment which saved his life but left him with an almighty hangover.

“He just slept and slept and slept,” Ms Rosewarne said.

“I tried to take him for a walk on Monday but he just sat down after 50m ... I had to pick him up and carry him home.”

Animal Accident & Emergency general manager Dr Scott Hall said he had seen several similar cases, with pure alcohol required to alter the antifreeze chemicals to allow them to be flushed out of an animal’s body safely. - HeraldSun

NOTE: Alcohol chemically counteracts ethylene glycol...Lon


Building a Psychic Spy Team

Government spying by any means possible is nothing new. Here’s an example:

Back in the 1970s through 1990s, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency and the military conducted activities that covertly challenged conventional thinking on the subject. Some of the experiments took place within a two-hour drive from Lodi.

This research came to be known as “remote viewing.” It was an attempt to look behind the closed borders of American adversaries via extra-sensory perception or ESP. There were several projects taking place — with the majority under the secret code name of project “GRILL FLAME.”

Headquarters for this venture were located in old, wood-framed military buildings 2560 and 2561 at Fort George G. Meade in Maryland. But some of the activities were performed in the Bay Area at the Stanford Research Institute in Menlo Park.

These SRI experiments were conducted by physicists Harold Puthoff (pronounced “put-hoff”) and Russell Targ, et al. In their once-classified report from the mid 1970s, they gave a summary of SRI Project 3133.

The two scientists and their assistants trained a select group of viewers. The subjects were taught to deeply concentrate while attempting to discover what objects were located at a pre-selected (or sometimes randomly selected) place. Double-blind studies were used when neither the viewers nor the scientists knew the specific targets.

According to the declassified report, Puthoff and Targ developed a system where even visiting CIA personnel, with no previous exposure to these viewing techniques, could perform well under controlled laboratory conditions.

Although different levels of experiments were performed, perhaps the most interesting was long-distance, trans-Atlantic remote viewing. In one example, a former Burbank police commissioner named Pat Price was given the coordinates of a geographical location in the Soviet Union. He was asked to draw and describe what he “saw.”

The results were amazingly accurate. Price not only sketched in detail a secret Soviet particle beam laboratory (later confirmed by satellite) but also described the workings inside a secure building, which were verified by subsequent intelligence as well.

It is believed that the U.S. government discontinued these remote viewing experiments in 1995. But according to a disclosure by the UK’s Ministry of Defence in 2007, the United Kingdom continued to dabble in the phenomenon until as late as 2002. The Russians were also known to engage in these telepathic techniques.

The primary reason for cancellation of the program was lack of data reliability. When remote viewers were on target, they showed impressive results. But other times, they could miss the mark entirely. Reasons for variances were unknown. This was a problem when trying to review results from a traditional scientific model.

Science relies on experimental results to repeat under controlled laboratory conditions. However, variables must be known in order to replicate results. If variables are unknown, as in remote viewing, than duplication becomes difficult, if not impossible.

Another problem was the toll this activity took on the experimenters. It was a stressful task to continue mind-altering concentration on a regular basis without feeling some physical and psychological ill effects.

Not all in the scientific community embraced the results of remote viewing with open arms. The American Institutes for Research, contracted by the CIA, concluded in 1995 that: “Most importantly, the information provided by remote viewing is vague and ambiguous, making it difficult, if not impossible, for the technique to yield information of sufficient quality and accuracy of information for actionable intelligence.”

However, Maj. Gen. Edmund R. Thompson, U.S. Army Assistant Chief of Intelligence from 1977-81, had a completely different take on the subject: “I never liked to get into debates with the skeptics, because if you didn’t believe that remote viewing was real, you hadn’t done your homework.” - LodiNews

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