1973: The 12 Devil’s Graveyards Around The World

By Ivan T. Sanderson Originally Published in SAGA UFO Report Special 1973 Llyod’s of London has kept tabs on world shipping since the formal initiation of insurance as a business a few hundred years ago.  Today, shipping insurance is a worldwide enterprise, and ship losses, are analyzed and regularly reported under six heading: 1)founded, swamped, or burst asunder due to the sea alone  2) burned; 3) collided; 4) wrecked, on rocks, shores or underwater hazards; 5) missing; and, 6) other causes. “Missing” means disappearing, without a trace (wreckage, bodies, etc._ and without any distress calls or signals being picked up. From the first of January 1961 to the end of 1970, Lloyd’s listed 2766 shipping losses; 1136 by wrecking; 771 by foundering, and 70 under disappearing. The largest of the last lot was a 10,000-toner named the Milton Iatridis out of New Orleans, LA. with a cargo of vegetable oils and […] Read More

1996: HAARP: VANDALISM IN THE SKY?

Published in Nexus Magazine, Volume 3, Number 1 (December ’95-January ’96) PO Box 30, Mapleton Qld 4560 Australia. email: nexus@peg.apc.org Telephone: +61 (0)74 429 280; Fax: +61 (0)74 429 381 Copyright: 1995 by Dr Nick Begich and Jeane Manning Earthpulse Press, PO Box 201393, Anchorage, Alaska 99520, USA Voice Mail: 907 249 9111 Technonet is the protest form of the 1990s-picketing on the information highways. For example, a fast-growing assortment of men and women around the world are using the Internet (started by the US military for information transfer and exchange that would never be interfered with) to draw attention to a questionable military project in Alaska. Now these Internetting, e-mailing, faxing folks are blowing holes in the US Department of Defense secrecy wall by using the government’s own system. The printed-word part of the protest started when Dennis Specht, an anti-nuclear activist then living in Alaska, sent a […] Read More