Archive | April, 2015

Garrett Rowlan | Walking, watching, waiting

WALKING RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS AT NIGHT, as I always do, I felt drawn in a particular direction and, at the end of cul-de-sac in South Pasadena, I saw an older woman sitting beneath the light of a shaded ceiling lamp. She sketched in colors on a pad of paper, a faint smile of concentration on her face. The scene had a stillness that allured, the quiet of a portrait. As I […]

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Gayle Highpine | Attitudes toward Bigfoot in many North American cultures

HERE IN THE NORTHWEST, and west of the Rockies generally, Indian people regard Bigfoot with great respect. He is seen as a special kind of being, because of his obvious close relationship with humans. Some elders regard him as standing on the “border” between animal-style consciousness and human-style consciousness, which gives him a special kind of power. (It is not that Bigfoot’s relationship to make him “superior” to other animals; […]

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April MOON Shine | Aliens and Sasquatch

“The evidence points to the fact that Roswell was a real incident and that indeed an alien craft did crash and that material was recovered from that crash site.” – Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14 astronaut “It followed us during half of our orbit. We observed it on the light side, and when we entered the shadow side, it disappeared completely. It was an engineered structure, made from some type […]

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Robert Salas

Aliens among us: An interview with retired Air Force officer Robert Salas

Robert Salas graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1964 and holds a master’s degree in aerospace engineering. In his seven years of active duty, from 1964-1971, he worked as a weapons controller, flew target drones, commanded inter-continental ballistic missiles as a launch officer, and participated as a missile propulsion engineer on the Titan III program. In March 1967, Salas was working the night shift as DMCCC (Deputy Crew […]

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