Battle of Los Angeles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Nightly The Battle of Los Angeles , also known as The Great Los Angeles Air Raid , is the name given by contemporary sources to the rumored enemy attack and subsequent anti-aircraft artillery barrage which took place from late 24 February to early 25 February 1942 over Los Angeles, California. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] The incident occurred less than three months after the United States entered World War II as a result of the Japanese Imperial Navy 's attack on Pearl Harbor , and one day after the Bombardment of Ellwood on 23 February. Initially, the target of the aerial barrage was thought to be an attacking force from Japan , but speaking at a press conference shortly afterward, Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox called the incident a "false alarm." Newspapers of the time published a number of reports and speculations of a cover-up.
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Petrozavodsk phenomenon A copy of the lost photograph of Petrozavodsk object. The Petrozavodsk phenomenon was a series of celestial events of disputed nature on September 20, 1977. The sightings were reported over a vast territory from Copenhagen and Helsinki on the west to Vladivostok on the east. [ 1 ] The phenomenon is named after the city of Petrozavodsk in Russia (then in the Soviet Union ), where a glowing object that showered the city with numerous rays was widely reported. Official government letters from northern European countries to Anatoly Aleksandrov, President of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR , expressed concern about whether the observed phenomenon was caused by Soviet weapons testing and whether it constitutes a threat to the region’s environment. [ 2 ] Since 1977 [ 3 ] the phenomenon has been often, though not universally, attributed to the launch of Soviet satellite Kosmos-955 .
Valley of Death | Fortean Bureau of Investigation The Siberian taiga is a vast stretch of mainly barren coniferous forest as unspoiled and unexplored as the Amazon jungle, and more than 100,000 sq km in western Yakutia are completely uninhabited. Devoid of any sort of trails, the terrain is mostly thick forest, full of uprooted trees, sprawling swamps and swarms of mosquitoes. In short, it's an ancient wildwood - an ideal setting for myths and legends about strange creatures and anomalous zones where bizarre things happen. Even the local wild man - Chuchuna - is far from exceptional here, and the most fascinating mystery of all is a strange legend about a terrible 'Valley of Death' filled with unnatural, dome-shaped structures. Local traditions record that lone hunters from the nomadic Evenks and other Yakutians who wander into these weird valleys - there could be more than one - have described odd hemispherical 'iron houses' ( kheldyu ) that proturude from the perpetually frozen ground.
Mysteries of Siberia's 'Valley of Death' - Part 1 by Dr Valery Uvarov Department N13 - National Security Academy - St Petersburg - Russia Extracted from Nexus Magazine , Volume 11, Number 1 December 2003-January 2004 In northwestern Yakutia in Siberia, in the basin of the Upper Viliuy River, there is a hard-to-reach area that bears the marks of a tremendous cataclysm that took place some 800 years ago, which toppled the entire forest cover and scattered stone fragments over hundreds of square kilometers.
by Dr Valery Uvarov Department N13 - National Security Academy - St Petersburg - Russia Extracted from Nexus Magazine , Volume 12, Number 3 April - May 2005 Indirectly pointing in the same direction is the chemical composition of the microspherules found in the peat at the disaster site. These are unusual for meteoroids and are particularly rich in alkaline elements. Mysteries of Siberia's "Valley of Death" - Part 4
Erich Anton Paul von Däniken ( / ˈ ɛr ɨ k f ɒ n ˈ d ɛ n ɨ k ɨ n / , German pronunciation: [ˈeːʁɪç fɔn ˈdɛːnɪkən] ; born 14 April 1935) is a Swiss author best known for his controversial claims about extraterrestrial influences on early human culture, in books such as Chariots of the Gods? , published in 1968. Däniken is one of the main figures responsible for popularizing the "paleo-contact" and ancient astronauts hypotheses. Däniken's first book, Chariots of the Gods? Erich von Däniken
This weeks Ancient Aliens episode on Evil Places was highly interesting, particularly the feature on 'Cauldrons' in the Valley of Death, Yakutian Siberia. The Cauldrons have a long history with reports on them going back hundreds of years. The Cauldrons in the Valley of Death Siberia on Ancient Aliens 2011, incase you missed it: Russian Ufologists have proposed that these ‘Cauldrons’ are the remnants of UFOs, wrecked in an accident or an ancient aerial battle. Russian researcher Dr Valerey Uvarov argues that they are connected to a power plant located deep inside the Earth, a weapon to protect our planet from dangers in outer space. A closer look at the 'Cauldrons' in the Valley of Death Siberia | Real UFOs - The latest UFO Videos and News photos ovnis ovni
Zecharia Sitchin ( Russian : Заха́рия Си́тчин Azerbaijani : Zaxariya Sitçin ) (July 11, 1920 – October 9, 2010) [ 1 ] was an Azerbaijani -born American author of books proposing an explanation for human origins involving ancient astronauts . Sitchin attributes the creation of the ancient Sumerian culture to the Anunnaki , which he states was a race of extraterrestrials from a planet beyond Neptune called Nibiru . He believed this hypothetical planet of Nibiru to be in an elongated, elliptical orbit in the Earth 's own Solar System , asserting that Sumerian mythology reflects this view. Sitchin's books have sold millions of copies worldwide and have been translated into more than 25 languages. Sitchin's ideas have been rejected by scientists and academics, who dismiss his work as pseudoscience and pseudohistory . His work has been criticized for flawed methodology and mistranslations of ancient texts as well as for incorrect astronomical and scientific claims. [ 2 ]
V838 Mon , a star with an expanding light echo , purported as photographic evidence of Nibiru The Nibiru cataclysm is a supposed disastrous encounter between the Earth and a large planetary object (either a collision or a near-miss ) which certain groups believe will take place in the early 21st century. Believers in this doomsday event usually refer to this object as Planet X or Nibiru . The idea that a planet-sized object could collide with or pass by Earth in the near future is not supported by any scientific evidence and has been rejected as pseudoscience by astronomers and planetary scientists. [ 1 ] The idea was first put forward in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, founder of the website ZetaTalk. Nibiru cataclysm
Email Share The Goetia (pronounced Go-EY-sha) is Book 1 of the Lemegeton (Lesser Key of Solomon), a grimoire that circulated in the 17th century and is penned in the name of King Solomon. This translation/compilation comes from SL MacGregor Mathers in 1904. According to kabbalah scholar, Gershom Scholem, the text was not originally Jewish and was only translated into Hebrew in th 17th century. Goetia the Lesser Key of Solomon the King: Lemegeton, Book 1 Clavicula Salomonis Regis
Quran Contradiction The Quran’s Slander of Solomon: The Communion of Demons Muslims complain about the biblical portrayal of prophets and messengers being sinners, committing gross sinful acts, and view this as an indication that the Holy Bible has been corrupted. We have discussed these points elsewhere on our site, so we are not seeking to explain or defend the reason why the Holy Bible presents specific prophets in a negative light. We, instead, want to use this criterion against the Quran and show that the Muslim scripture is guilty of slandering Allah’s messengers. Quran Contradiction: Solomon Working with the Jinn
Chapter V: Solomon Sacred Texts Judaism Index Previous Next At the youthful age of twelve Solomon succeeded his father David as king. His real name was Jedidiah, the "friend of God," but it was superseded by the name Solomon on account of the peace that prevailed throughout the realm during his reign. He bore three other names besides: Ben, Jakeh, and Ithiel. He was called Ben because he was the builder of the Temple; Jakeh, because he was the ruler of the whole world; and Ithiel, because God was with him. The rebellion Adonijah intended to lead against the future king was suppressed during David's lifetime, by having Solomon anointed in public.
Solomon and the Demons by M.R. James (from Ghosts & Scholars 28 ) Solomon and the Demons, M.R. James
Testament of Solomon The Testament of Solomon is an Old Testament pseudepigraphical work ascribed to King Solomon of Jerusalem . The text is only found in Christian sources and is not in the Jewish Tanakh or other Jewish sources. It describes how Solomon was enabled to build his Temple by commanding demons by means of a magical ring entrusted to him by the Archangel Michael . [ edit ] History Despite the text's claim to have been a first-hand account of King Solomon's construction of the Temple of Jerusalem, its original publication dates sometime between the 1st and 5th centuries CE, [ 1 ] over a thousand years after King Solomon's death and the temple's completion.
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