Author: MikeHeiser

Online Database of Angels, Demons, and Ghosts in Rabbinic Texts

For real. The site is called Elyonim veTachtonim. Here’s the description from the site: Elyonim veTachtonim project web site. As of today the first version of the database is finally available on-line and: covers the Babylonian Talmud [BT]; bases on the Soncino Babylonian Talmud (English) and Wikitext Talmud Bavli (Hebrew, Aramaic); distinguishes between three classes of entities: angels [ang], demons [dem] and ghosts [gho]; (more or less) all the units involving dem of the BT are done; these with ang and gho are still in the stub form; distinguishes between six genres: biblical anecdote [bib], rabbinic anecdote [rab], cultic protocol [cult], pragmatic...

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MJ-12—The Hoax That Quickly Became a Disinformation Operation

That’s the title of an essay by Robert Hastings. It’s well worth the read, as it does more than beat a dead horse. It has a number of salient details that should convince any clear-thinking person that the Majestic documents should not be trusted. This paragraph captures the gist: While [Barry] Greenwood and [Kevin] Randle believe that a simple hoax, designed to make money, was perpetrated by researcher Bill Moore and U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) Special Agent Richard Doty, I contend the available evidence strongly suggests that the MJ-12 fraud, while originating as a hoax,...

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Robbie Graham on the Tom DeLonge Delusion, Part 2

Back in November I posted about an essay (Part 1) by Robbie Graham, author of the intriguing book, Silver Screen Saucers: Sorting Fact from Fantasy in Hollywood’s UFO Movies. Robbie’s post was about the misguided saga of Tom DeLonge, rock musician turned UFO Disclosure advocate. Here’s Part 2 of Robbie’s thoughts on the Tom DeLonge delusion. It includes a nice review of the William Moore and Richard Doty disinformation fiasco (one reason the Majestic documents should not be trusted). It’s all a sad, twisted saga about willing people being played like a...

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Genetic Mythologies: “Nephilim DNA” from the Paracas skulls

The title of this post corresponds to an excellent post by Dr. Jennifer Raff on her personal blog. Dr. Raff is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Kansas, and director and principal investigator at the University of Kansas laboratory of human population genetics. She has a dual PhD in cellular-molecular biology and anthropology. In other words, she’s the perfect person to evaluate claims about DNA testing on the elongated skulls from Paracas. Spoiler alert: There’s nothing anomalous about the DNA of these skulls that points to aliens or nephilim. Folks, the elongated skulls from Paracas and...

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