Imagine this: your neighbor in the apartment next door is an extraterrestrial alien being from another star: “Is he Uri Geller, or something? You know, the TV magician back in the day. He said he came across a UFO and obtained superpowers. He bent spoons with his eyes.”
Showtime has announced the return of the 1990-91 revolutionary TV series “Twin Peaks.”
“I’m trying to tell you I don’t know — but if were visited someday, I wouldn’t be surprised. I just hope that it is not like ‘Independence Day.'”
Fox is bringing back Jack Bauer and the TV series “24” — and the network gave audiences a first look during the Super Bowl.
One of the more controversial items raised by the new BBC documentary about Uri Geller’s secret life is the possibility that Geller’s mind-beyond-matter skills might have come into play during the hostage-rescue mission carried out by commandos of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) at Entebbe Airport in Uganda in July 1976.
A rumored battle against an extraterrestrial alien invasion in Utah at a remote ranch owned by one of the world’s most reclusive aerospace entrepreneurs never took place, according to STARstream Research sources familiar with the story.
“Alright people, this one’s a big one.” — “Are billionaires and politicians plotting with ETs to run the world?”
From the world of psychic spies, paranormal goat killers, and Skinwalkers haunting remote regions of Utah, something wicked and wacky this way comes.
Many of the mysteries of The Island on ABC TV’s “Lost” were familiar from my own real-world research.
Strange coincidences. Real life UFO drama. Does film and television program our reality matrix?
Here’s a very curious example of a possible “rogue” intelligence operation similar to those portrayed on “The Prisoner”: The strange events which allegedly took place at Skinwalker Ranch in Utah.
To put the role of the 1960s TV series “The Prisoner” into historical perspective, consider that revelation of CIA’s nefarious covert use of drugs and mind-control experiments conducted against unwitting civilians would not be revealed until the middle of the next decade.
AMC TV’s “reimagining” of the late Patrick McGoohan’s 1960s cult TV classic “The Prisoner” is generating renewed interest in the role of the individual trapped within a mind-controlling surveillance society.
It’s an intriguing idea: What would happen if everyone on Earth blacked out at the same time, and for the next two minutes and seventeen seconds, most (but not everyone!) experienced a lucid encounter with their destiny — the very same moment months into the future.
After recently reading Uri Geller’s stimulating article involving the phenomenon of 11:11, I have noticed a new and possibly more potent, time: 12:34.