That certainly sounds like the College wants detectives thinking, Hmm, forget Sherlock, I’d better send for psychics to get the expert help I need on this tough case! The paper goes so far as to report that experts want psychics taken seriously…
So, the message is that the College is totally into psychic vibes, right? Continue reading →
You’ve probably heard of the small conspiracy theory group that’s dedicated to spreading the news of an unimaginably elaborate hoax — supposedly the largest conspiracy ever perpetuated on humanity. The group, known as Electricists, claims that electricity is an invention of the government that doesn’t occur in nature and isn’t what “they” tell us.
One of my most memorable experiences was a spring day in Gainesville, Florida, when I noticed a crowd of people outside the building I was in; they were all gazing upward. I hurried out to see a seething mass of sandhill cranes circling overhead, their rippling cries filling the air. They had risen up from nearby Paynes Prairie, and were massing for their annual return to their breeding grounds on midwestern and Canadian rivers and wet prairies.
Apparently they were awaiting the emergence of the right leader. Eventually one crane left the group heading north. A few birds straggled after in a ragged V that aimlessly dissolved back into the group. Soon another crane made a failed bid. After four or five false starts, a leader emerged that drew the wheeling flock into a solid line aiming northward, the leader who would start them on the long journey with that ancient knowledge that must be taught to each succeeding generation.