I’ve come across a slightly paranoid yet fantastic site, called which details all manner of conspiracy’s. There’s plenty on there to have a look at and I recommend giving it a ten minutes of your time.

Whilst you might think most of it is a bit too much like Mulder’s ravings in X-Files, I found it very interesting and it fed that part of me that likes to engage with a good conspiracy.

One of the pages that stood out to me was the page dealing with Project Mannequin.

It is about a man called James Casbolt who was brain-washed since childhood and who has slowly started to recover his memories of his experiences.

An excerpt:

People simply don’t understand just how technologically advanced the NWO is compared to the civilian sector. We aren’t talking about fifty years ahead, we’re talking about one thousand years ahead. Cloning, total mind control, invisibility, anti-gravity, free energy, age regression, soul transfers, extended life spans, time travel, space portals, ability to cure any disease, time machines, etc. are already in the hands of the NWO and their military lap dogs. We are living in a make-believe world of pretend democracy while being lied to by pretend representatives, pretend media, and pretend leaders, of which a large percentage are working on behalf of the NWO to destroy this country and usher in the satanic One World government.

You can go straight to the page HERE

The topics covered on the site range from Cancer, the New World Order, Water Supply Sabotage and Homeography.

Whatever you think of what is said on the site, I think it’s worth a read. Conspiracy theorists are perceived as paranoid scare-mongers, but I think that actually they just have an opinion on something, a certain outlook that they want to share. They want someone out there to say “You know, you have a point there.” I think that most of them just want you to think about what they’re saying.

Go there, by clicking HERE and have a look about. I did. I may not have bought into the concept of the human race being ruled by alien overlords, but the site made me think at the very least.


[Whilst this blog post has nothing to do with Disney’s The Black Hole, how can you mention black holes without either having Maximillian (Maximillian!!!) or Reinhardt?]

This image of a ring of black holes has been around on the web for a few days now, but if you haven’t seen it already I think you’ll be impressed by it.

The image was made by compositing X-Ray images form the Chandra X-ray Observatory and Hubble – you can learn more about Chandra by clicking HERE

This is the run-down from Sify:

The composite image of Arp 147, a pair of interacting galaxies located about 430 million light-years from Earth, shows X-rays from the NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory (pink) and optical data from the Hubble Space Telescope (red, green, blue) produced by the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Md.

Arp 147 contains the remnant of a spiral galaxy (right) that collided with the elliptical galaxy on the left.

This collision has produced an expanding wave of star formation that shows up as a blue ring containing in abundance of massive young stars.

The nine X-ray sources scattered around the ring in Arp 147 are so bright that they must be black holes, with masses that are likely ten to twenty times that of the Sun.

An X-ray source is also detected in the nucleus of the red galaxy on the left and may be powered by a poorly-fed supermassive black hole. This source is not obvious in the composite image but can easily be seen in the X-ray image.

Other objects unrelated to Arp 147 are also visible: a foreground star in the lower left of the image and a background quasar as the pink source above and to the left of the red galaxy.

Infrared observations with NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and ultraviolet observations with NASA’s Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) have allowed estimates of the rate of star formation in the ring.

These estimates, combined with the use of models for the evolution of binary stars have allowed the authors to conclude that the most intense star formation may have ended some 15 million years ago, in Earth’s time frame.

You can read the full article at Sify HERE and by visiting NASA themselves HERE

It’s nice to actually see some visual evidence of black holes (the pink blobs around the galaxy on the right) and it’s also nice to see that Hubble is still contributing to major astrological discoveries, even as it nears the end of its tenure as the great eye in the sky…