Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Lyall Watson


Lyall Watson was born in Johannesburg in 1939 and became one of the most controversial and avant-garde scientists in the world. He wrote many books on science, spirituality and the paranormal. He’s most famous for inventing the phrase “Hundredth-Monkey Syndrome”, but one of his less well-known phrases, but just as interesting, is “The Cosmic Nanny”. He died in 2008.

Saturday, 27 August 2011

The Bereavement Fee


I feel a bit sad and rueful today because my friend’s uncle has just died and my friend’s family now face a massive bill as a result: the Bereavement Fee. Is there any way round it?

Sunday, 21 August 2011

My Dream Crop Circle Comes True?


Back in April I had a dream about a Crop Circle, one that didn’t yet exist. On waking I drew a picture of what I saw, but I kept it secret! I didn’t show anybody. Would my dream Crop Circle come true? Well maybe it has.

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Disclosure is Here! President admits UFO's are REAL!


Disclosure has happened! UFO's are real and that's official! The US President has just addressed the American people! The news is spreading over the world like wildfire! Things will never be the same again!

Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Rioters Beware!


Riots are breaking out all over England. It looks like a nationally-coordinated operation, but coordinated by whom? Also how come so many ordinary people are following their lead?

Monday, 8 August 2011

Exopolitics Leeds 2011

Here is my HPANWO TV reportage of the Exopolitics Leeds 2011 conference 2011:

Part 1- CCTV at the University:
Part 2- Friday Morning:
Part 3- Robbie Graham and Nick Pope:
Part 4- Owl City:
Part 5- Saturday Morning:
Part 6- Ian R Crane:
Part 7- the Conference Runs Late!:
Part 8- Richard Hoagland:
Part 9- Sunday Morning:
Part 10- Bryce Zabel:
Part 11- WARNING!:
Part 12- The Hospital Next Door:
Part 13- Monday Morning:
Part 14- Some Final Thoughts on Disclosure:
Postscript 1- Souvenirs:
Postscript 2- Conference Auditorium:
Postscript 3- Leaving Leeds:

Here’s a link to my reportage of last year’s event:
Here’s a link to the related main site article: