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Welcome to Think AboutIt


For over 17 years Think AboutIt has been helping people to start thinking for themselves. This site started when there was not a lot of alternative information out there, and finding it took many hours, days or months, sometimes years, to locate only the smallest little bits.  This was the time of just a few outspoken persons out there, and having this information could also mean trouble. Big Trouble! Think Aboutit was one of the first to speak about the Underground Bases, Aliens, Alternative Spirituality, UFOs and other weird things to Think About. We shared the Branton papers, works from William Cooper, Bill Hamilton, and many other Truth Walkers. We thank you and the many more who has helped change the web. Some of the info is from websites long gone. Some of it is outdated and dates prophesied have passed but the thread is still there, its all about the thread. Throughout the years, this… Read More

The Incredible Animal Life of Tennessee’s Uncharted Cave Systems


  It has often been said in recent years that humans know more about our moon than we do about the expanses of our own oceans. Marine biologists speculate that an incredible number of undiscovered species may still exist within parts of the deep ocean, with room for somewhere in the neighborhood of 70 or more new large marine species alone. While our oceans may remain among the most mysterious habitats yet to be explored, they are not the only “final frontier” in our search for new forms of terrestrial life. In their exhaustive book Caving: The Sierra Club Guide to Spelunking, authors Lane and Peggy Larson make the case for why more and more people are being drawn to the underground: technological improvements have broadened our ability to descend safely into the depths below us, and with those technologies, renewed interest in what new things we may learn while there.… Read More

The Ghost Fleet of the Great Lakes


  When people think of ghost ships, they are typically most likely to envision the high seas and think of them as a phenomenon inherit to the vast open spaces of the world’s oceans. However, this is not always the case. In the Great Lakes of the United States, stories have long circulated of various ghostly vessels that patrol the waters there; so many in fact that locals have come to refer to them collectively as the “Ghost Fleet.” It seems that the oceans of the world are not the only haunts for mysterious phantom vessels. The Great Lakes are comprised of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron (or Michigan–Huron), Erie, and Ontario. They are the largest group of freshwater lakes in the world, covering a total area of 94,250 square miles (244,106 km2). They may be lakes, but their sheer size makes the Great Lakes more akin to inland oceans, with vast expanses… Read More

The Mysterious Reincarnation of Omm Sety


  What happens to us after death? Since time unremembered, mankind has sought the elusive answer to this profound question. There are as many ideas and philosophies on what becomes of us after our inevitable demise as there are cultures that ponder it. Is there another realm awaiting us in some afterlife? Are we whisked away to join loved ones who have long passed away? Is there nothing but blackness and oblivion? Or is there something else? One idea that is mostly embraced by many religions throughout the world is that of reincarnation; that our soul, spirit, whatever one wants to call it, is reborn upon our death into a new body to live through life again. There have been many stories of those who have allegedly been reincarnated into new bodies, often expressing some vague, vestigial memories of their previous lives, but one in particular stands out as particularly convincing… Read More

Mysterious Land Mass Appears Overnight Off Japan’s Coast


  You would normally expect news of an unusual event off the coast of Japan to be about land disappearing, either because of a tsunami or earthquake or both. That’s not what happened on the northern island of Hokkaido on April 24th when residents of Rausu on the island’s east coast saw a huge land mass rise 10 meters (33 feet) out of the water in less than 24 hours. At the time of this writing, the land mass is an estimated 30 meters (66 feet) wide, 500 meters (1640 feet) long and 15 meters (50 feet) above sea level. Where is it from and what could have caused it? One of the first witnesses of this mysterious rising land mass was a woman harvesting seaweed along the Rausu shore on April 24th. In the time it took to fill her basket, she said the mass had risen to above her… Read More

A 4-Legged Animal Joins the Other Creatures Spotted On Mars


  If this keeps up, the first human expedition to Mars will need to make a stop at the Martian Animal Park where a recently spotted four-legged creature resides with a squirrel, a gorilla, a rat and some animal carvings that may indicate there’s more animals hiding behind the rocks. This picture taken by the Mars Rover Opportunity on March 9, 2015, shows what looks like a four-legged creature resembling an American bison or a badly-clipped poodle or possibly a bear with skinny legs from walking around on a planet with less gravity than Earth. Under magnification, what may be eyes and a nose become visible. It definitely stands out from its surroundings and appears to have a shadow. Unfortunately, even with those skinny legs it can probably outrun Opportunity so the rover won’t get any closer unless the creature comes in for a sniff. In the Martian Zoological Garden, visitors… Read More

Harvard Scientists Say That There May Be An Ancient Earth Inside Earth


by Anna LeMind, The Mind Unleashed A team of Harvard scientists may have found an indication that a portion of an ancient Earth exists inside our planet’s mantle. A study presented at the Goldschmidt conference in Sacramento, California, claims that the previously inexplicable isotope ratio from the depths of the Earth may be an “echo” of the ancient Earth that existed before the collision with another celestial body, which is estimated to have led to the formation of the Moon 4.5 billion years ago. According to the authors of the study, the ratio may represent a signal from a material that existed prior to the moment of the collision. Scientists of the Harvard University led by Associate Professor Sujoy Mukhopadhyay believe that only a portion of the Earth melted as a result of the collision, and that in the depths of our planet’s mantle there still exists a part of the… Read More

Another Piece of Eastern Europe Goes Down a Mysterious Hole


  First there were the mysterious craters appearing in northwestern Siberia, including some accompanied by flashes of light and one that may have had a spaceship at the bottom. Next, the city of Novokuznetsk in a different part of Siberia was hit by a slow-moving landslide that was followed by multiple craters opening up. Now there’s news from Ukraine that a huge hole has mysteriously appeared that is threatening to swallow a small town. What’s eating away at Eastern Europe? The latest crater opened up in late April 2015 in Solotvino, a small village in the Zakarpatska Oblast region of western Ukraine near the border with Romania. Residents say the 100 meters (330 feet) wide by 60 meters (200 feet) deep hole opened in just one day and swallowed seven houses in the process. The crater is getting larger by day and residents say it’s threatening other homes. What’s even scarier,… Read More

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