2017: The Mysterious Castle Of Coral

It’s very rare to cover a mystery that could actually be real paranormal, just unknown by science, hidden knowledge. And the coral castle is one of these mysteries as still to this very day it still remains unexplainable. The coral castle was built in the early 20th century by a very unusual man named Edward. Edward was from Latvia and he decided to leave his homeland and come to America after he was rejected by the girl he loved. Now this girl was only 16 years old and I am not sure how old Edward was at this time but I do believe that he too was also fairly young. And he would always call her his sweet 16. And after he was rejected by these young women he moved to Florida. Then eventually got himself a 10-acre piece of land in homestead just south of Miami. Then he […] Read More

1888: William Timmis: Keely Outdone?

An article from 1888 Author Unknown ——————————————————————- This paper is from Scientific American – August 4, 1888 – page 69 ——————————————————————– Keely Outdone? Several newspapers have referred to a new invention by one William Timmis, which, if successful, will revolutionize motive power. The inventor is an unpretentious English mechanic residing in Pittsburg, Pa., who claims to have invented a machine by which untold motive power can be stored or used without the expenditure of fuel. The story goes that he has been engaged for two years in perfecting the invention, and is now negotiating with the government of England, Russia, and the United States for the sale of the right to use his discovery, which, if after examination it proves to be what he claims, will revolutionize the motive powers of the world. He claims to be able to create a pressure of 20,000 pounds per square inch – […] Read More

Fakirs And Tables

However ignorant I may be of the laws of the solar system, I am at all events so firm a believer in heliocentric journalism that I subscribe some remarks for The Sun upon my “iconoclasm.” No doubt it is a great honour for an unpretending foreigner to be thus crucified between the two greatest celebrities of your chivalrous country – the truly good Deacon Richard Smith, of the blue gauze trousers, and the nightingale of the willow and the cypress, G. Washington Childs, A. M. But I am not a Hindu Fakir, and therefore can not say that I enjoy crucifixion, especially when unmerited. I do not even fancy being swung round the “tall tower” with the steel hooks of your satire metaphorically thrust through my back. I have not invited the reporters to a show. I have not sought notoriety. I have only taken up a quiet corner […] Read More

1881: The Electric And Magnetic Affinities Between Man And Nature

Without going too deeply into certain vexed questions based upon what the orthodox men of science please to term the “hypothetical” conclusions of the Psychological School, whenever we meet with discoveries made by the former, coinciding perfectly with the teachings of the latter, we think ourselves entitled to make them known to the world of skeptics. For instance, this psychological, or spiritual, school holds that “every being and naturally-formed object is in its beginning, a spiritual or monadial entity” which, having its origin in the spiritual or monadial plane of existence, must necessarily have as many relations with the latter as it has with the material or sensuous plane in which it physically develops itself. That “each, according to species, evolves from its monadial centre an essential aura, which has positive and negative magnetoid relations with the essential aura of every other, and that, mesmeric attraction and repulsion exhibiting […] Read More