Cryptomundo reports that “[p]ossible new sasquatch tracks have been found and photographed in southwest British Columbia. The location is a mere 45 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.”
A former Canadian defense minister is demanding governments worldwide disclose and use secret alien technologies obtained in alleged UFO crashes to stem climate change, a local paper said Wednesday.
“I would like to see what (alien) technology there might be that could eliminate the burning of fossil fuels within a generation … that could be a way to save our planet,” Paul Hellyer, 83, told the Ottawa Citizen.
Alien spacecrafts would have traveled vast distances to reach Earth, and so must be equipped with advanced propulsion systems or used exceptional fuels, he told the newspaper.
Such alien technologies could offer humanity alternatives to fossil fuels, he said, pointing to the enigmatic 1947 incident in Roswell, New Mexico — which has become a shrine for UFO believers — as an example of alien contact.
“We need to persuade governments to come clean on what they know. Some of us suspect they know quite a lot, and it might be enough to save our planet if applied quickly enough,” he said.
Hellyer became defense minister in former prime minister Lester Pearson’s cabinet in 1963, and oversaw the controversial integration and unification of Canada’s army, air force and navy into the Canadian Forces.
He shocked Canadians in September 2005 by announcing he once saw a UFO.
Two Torontonians found a wedding dress bobbing in the icy waves of Lake Ontario. Edda Dolcetti and Peter Lendardon were photographing swans when they spotted the dress in the lake and pulled it out; a headpiece and long white gloves were floating a little further out, just out of reach. What happened? Jilted bride? Art project? Full story
These paintings by Shirley Brown hung in the waiting room of an Ottawa hospital, until the staff noticed that the artwork was freaking the patients out. Full story here
She has a crystal ball, so she must know what she’s doing, right?
The Russian Tea Room, decorated with twinkling lights, a waving Santa and the television yule log a-burning, is a happy refuge from the darkness of late December. And a busy one. Dona Piercy, a spiritual guide who works at a large table in the back, is completely booked.
Christmas is stressful, filled with anxiety and uncertainty. The gift-giving aspect of the holiday, which is supposed to make us feel good, transforms us into mega-consumers. We work all day and shop all night, tortured by full parking lots, long lines, irritated cashiers, fluorescent lights and Boney-M.
Sapped of energy, Piercy’s clients want to know that the season won’t bankrupt them, that the year ahead will be as meaningful and rewarding as It’s A Wonderful Life promises.
Piercy says there’s more to it than that. In the days surrounding the winter solstice, a holy time for many cultures, as far back as anthropology and archaeology reach, “People want to connect more,” she says, “and that’s what the universe wants, right?”
Read more (via Supernatural News)