Amitakh Stanford (formerly Amitakh Chiappalone) channels the truth about how the universe works from her UFO contacts. She believes that Inner Earth exists, two races of Anunnaki aliens are at war for total domination of Earth, the sun is a… Read more ›
Chemtrails are a claimed government conspiracy to poison people from above using chemical dispersal from aircraft contrails.
Post by Sophie Wilder. This photograph often turns up in books and websites about ghosts; it shows a vague, transparent figure sitting in a chair. It was taken in 1891 by one Sybel (or Sybell) Corbet, who said there was… Read more ›
The European Union Times claims to be a news site. Its articles on Barack Obama have been linked from a few Libertarian teabag blogs, presumably pleased to find what is apparently a news site that supports some of their views.… Read more ›
I have a test version of the blog up, for me to mess around with less boring layouts. Dump of the blog as of yesterday. What’s on there is approximately what I want in a “magazine-style layout” (at least viewed… Read more ›
Some new stuff for you to fertilise with your knowledge and enthusiasm. And don’t forget the to do list!
The Bach flower remedies are a system of remedies put together by Dr Edward Bach (pronounced “batch”) (1886-1936), each aimed at a particular mental state or emotion. They are not quite homeopathy, though are still moderately silly. Unlike biofield flower… Read more ›
Biofield flower therapy is based on homeopathy, but is actually stupider. It was supposedly first perpetrated by the late Professor Dr Helmut Meyl from the Institute of Biophysical Naturopathic Programming in Düsseldorf, Germany. Read more ›
Part 1 is the most popular ever post on this blog to date. (Hi, Reddit!) The biggest question was: so what should I do? Here’s the tl;dr:
I’ve often thought that, if my sense of ethics suddenly completely vanished, I could do quite well scamming audiophiles.