Tracy Williams, new Hilary Duff's medium

Beautiful actress and singer Hilary Duff, has recently been in a relationship with the famous Canadian ice hockey player, Mike Comrie.

Before the course of that relationship, girl wonders if her story is truly lived. To answer her questions, she tried to find a medium through city of Los Angeles.

Rumor has it that "ever since she was paired with celebrity psychic Tracy Williams for a 2005 teen magazine story, the 20 year old has visited several practitioners in the L.A."

"She has a very curious mind and is interested in what lays ahead," an insider told Star. "She never takes it too seriously, but she does mull over what the psychics say."

She asked her if hockey player is “The One” and if she could hope to start a family with him:

"She's really into Mike and would like to get married and start a family, so she's looking for a second opinion about whether he'd be a good fit for her in the long run," the insider tells.

Audreanna Phelps Finds God's Name In Vein On Her Leg

Taking God's name in vain is bad, but having his name written on a vein is apparently good for a woman in Wichita, Kansas.

Audreanna Phelps was at the mall one day when she noticed the word “God” on her leg, spelled out on a vein, according to The

Not sure what to think, Phelps asked for her cousin's opinion, then sent a picture to her parents and, according to, everyone agreed it looks like the word God.

"It was more of an exciting feeling, very excited," Phelps said. "My family says in all their years of living, they've never seen that."

Her first thought was that God was telling her that her prayers have been heard and everything was going to be okay.

"I feel like it's a unique mark," Phelps told "I feel like it has meaning. I don't know what God has planned, but I feel like he's going to use me."

Meanwhile, the holy vein may be providing answers for Phelps, but it is raising questions for Ami Angelowicz of

"My first thought would be, I’m too young for varicose veins! And that’s why some of us are religious and some of us are not," she said, before adding: "If there really is a God, why would he or she choose to make contact humankind while shopping at the mall, the world’s least spiritual place? I guess God works in mysterious ways."

AOL Weird News, June 06, 2011, David Moye

Denise Richards and the medium John Edward

Former “James Bond girl” Denise Richards claimed that his “psychic connection” with his late mother inspired him to come on the set of the TV show Cross County, presented by one of the most famous American mediums John Edward. Television program is to bring together American families with their deceased parents.

“I wanted to believe Mum was still around. I wanted a reading. I wanted to believe in some form of reincarnation. I need to think in whatever way I can that my mother is still with us,” the Daily Star quoted Richards as telling the New York Post.

“I desperately have wanted a message from my mother, and I want to hold onto anything which will make that happen. I’ve told her to stay in contact with me even if she has to talk to me only through (her psychic) Natalie,” she added.


Angie tries to communicate with her dead mother

According newspapers fairly reliable, The National Enquirer, Angelina Jolie would make regular visits to a medium installed in New Orleans State in the United States of America. Indeed, in January 2007, her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, died after 7 years a long and painful battle against ovarian cancer. Actress was very distraught by this death, and she tried, of course, to get in touch with her in afterlife.

According to newspaper, “One of Angie’s biggest regrets is that she never asked her mom if she thought Brad was ‘the one.’”

“Angelina misses her mother terribly. They were best friends, and Angie relied on her mom for advice about everything from career to relationship issues,” an insider told the Enquirer. “Lately, Angie has been talking about how she wishes Marcheline were around to help her make major life decisions, and if that means reaching into the afterworld, then so be it.”

Angelina met a female psychic in New Orleans not long after her mom died. The two kept in touch after the psychic correctly predicted Angelina give birth to a boy and a girl.

They’re planning to meet for a séance-like session during Angie’s next trip to New Orleans, which will be before the end of January, said the source.

“Angelina has had multiple face to face and telephone sessions with the psychic, but it’s only recently that she said, ‘I want to contact my mother.’”

“Angelina told the psychic that she’s like a sign from her mom that her soul is at peace. But Angie has been grappling with the dilemma of whether she and Brad should make their union official. Marcheline always said she wanted Angie to settle down, but one of Angie’s biggest regrets is that she never asked her mom if she thought Brad was ‘the one.’ Angie is also agonizing over whether or not to adopt another child, or try for another biological child.”

Source, December 11, 2010

A ghost appear on spot commercial

Apparition of an alleged child ghost caused surprise of many Internet users around the world. These images are taken from a TV spot, aired nearly 15 years ago in China. You can see ghost of a young girl behind a little boy. Advertisement producers claimed that mysterious child was not present at the time of filming.

In addition, it is terrifying to know that the child, behind which ghost appeared, later died of causes that remain unknown.

An old woman ghost in Chicago !

During a beautiful sunny afternoon, a man decided to take a picture of his wife and son at their charming home located in Chicago, in the State of Illinois. By watching carefully this photo, you can see in the left window an old woman with a dog, probably a bulldog. At that time, his family said he was no one home.

Ghost of a assassinated butler

This photograph was taken in 1980 in Cambridge, United Kingdom.Ghost hunters had settled cameras and polaroids during three nights. The first two nights, nothing happened.But for the third, this wonderful picture was taken.

The man would be a butler who was assassinated by the ruling.

Fake or not fake?

How to survive a zombie apocalypse ?

The oncoming zombie apocalypse might sound like the chance to write off your debt and be the badass you were always born to be, but for fans of stuff like "not killing loved ones" and "still having skin" it's going to be a rough ride. So what have you done to prepare? Hell, what has the government done? These guys can't even handle the living, never mind the undead.

These were the thoughts of a concerned citizen from Leicester who, through the Freedom of Information Act, forced his city council to reveal it was woefully unprepared for a zombie uprising. "Having watched several films," he wrote, "it is clear that preparation for such an event is poor and one that councils throughout the kingdom must prepare for." You tell 'em, concerned citizen.

Leicester city council could, of course, take some tips from America's Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, whose Ali Khan recently issued a zombie survival guide in order to publicise its site. But with its tongue so firmly in cheek, can people really trust such advice? No, but you can trust us. Here are five tips:

1. Be prepared with supplies

An obvious point to start off on, but essential all the same. Every house by now should have a "zombie emergency kit" that consists of food, water, medication, gas, duct tape, a battery-powered radio, clothes, copies of important documents, first-aid supplies and guns – lots of guns. Remember: fail to prepare and prepare to be eaten alive, screaming.

2. Get out of town

Your first instinct when the news of a zombie uprising breaks will be to get the hell out of town – after all, the countryside is less populated than big cities and will be easier for survival. This is fine, but if you're in a big city it creates a problem: with everyone rushing to escape at the same time, it will cause a deadlock – only this time with more emphasis on "dead". Plan your route out of the city in advance to avoid traffic.

3. If you're staying at home or are stuck somewhere else, then fortify your base

If you're put in a siege situation, you better make sure your hideout is defended. Barbed wire, weapons and gas-filled bottles are all very useful along with alarms – which can make with some cans and pots on a wire. A word of warning though: you only survive a siege if there's a possibility the invading horde will stop, weigh up the pros and cons and leave – but zombies don't do that. Zombies do not tire, nor can they be reasoned or bargained with. They are relentless and will not leave your base until your supplies run out and you die a horrible, horrible death.

4. Search for survivors

Safety in numbers: when you can, make sure you are part of a group or let other people know you're still alive – if you remain on your own you will, eventually, go mad. Be careful about using big signals though – you may attract unwanted attention. And finally ...

5. Relax – it'll all be fine

Have you noticed that in most zombie films, by the time we join our heroes, the military and government are already wiped out and the streets are lost? The reason for that is because what with so many natural predators, the armed forces and biting being a rubbish way spreading disease, zombies would probably all be re-dead before we know it. So don't be too worried, Concerned Citizen of Leicester – it might not be so bad after all.

But what do you think? Does he have a point – should we be concerned? What would you do in case of a zombie outbreak?

Source, Friday 10 June 2011, Stephen Kelly

Rotorua UFO sighting video mystery

Claimed sightings of a UFO over Rotorua have been posted on video-sharing website YouTube.

Someone who goes by the username Horsefarmer1000 posted the video on the popular website on June 5 and in the information attached claims the footage was taken about 9.30pm on June 2.

Rotorua Astronomical Society vice-president Brian Hurren says the video - which is about 90 seconds long - may be anything from an out-of-focus star to an unusual plasma ball.

On the website the man said he saw a strange light above his farm and drove towards it to get a better look.

"[I] drove up the farm in a truck and seen a large object bigger then my truck hovering 20 meters off the ground at 2000 feet away," he wrote. [It] was just like a big ball of energy pulsing colours of yellow, pinky, purple."

He said as the object moved it changed shape - when it moved up it went flat and when it went down it would be more rounded.

The man told The Daily Post yesterday he was unavailable to comment because he was too busy.

Mr Hurren described the video as "interesting".

He said he wasn't sure what the object was.

"It just looked like an out-of-focus star," he said, adding it could also have been a plasma ball - a ball of gas - but they were rarely seen in New Zealand skies.

Mr Hurren said he would need more information about the object to be able to decide what it was.

People often assumed unfamiliar objects were UFOs.

"There is usually a reasonable explanation for everything," he said.

The sighting comes two months after Rotorua's Craig Baird saw what he thought could have been a UFO over Waikite Valley.

Mr Baird took photos of the unidentified flying object on March 31.

He said whatever it was seemed to take off from somewhere around the Waikite ranges or further away, between 6.30am and 6.45am.

Mr Baird said the "thing" seemed to stop and hover for about two minutes when it reached the clouds.

Source, Anita Moran,  Friday Jun 10, 2011

Atlantis hunt: a third attempt

ATLANTIS researcher Robert Sarmast has returned to Cyprus after a four-year hiatus ahead of a third expedition to try and locate the lost ancient city, he believes is underwater off Cyprus.

Sarmast said yesterday he wanted to be here for the Kataklysmos festival, or the ‘festival of the flood’. This will be held islandwide next weekend.

“The Kataklysmos festival is really about the great flood that sunk Atlantis, so it’s not surprising to me that the celebrations are unique to Cyprus,” said Sarmast.

Sarmast’s team plan to film a documentary during the Kataklysmos festival, while preparing for a third expedition.

Sarmast conducted two highly-publicised expeditions to find the remains of Atlantis in 2004 and 2006. The expedition utilised state-of-the-art deep sea equipment to survey the seafloor between Cyprus and Syria.  Their attempt to prove that the legendary lost island was more than a myth was funded in part by the History Channel, private investors, and the CTO.  Sarmast’s theories on Cyprus are laid out in his book Discovery of Atlantis: The Startling Case for the Island of Cyprus, which was based on the writings of Plato.

“There is really a mystery within a mystery associated with this project, regarding Atlantis and the Garden of Eden, and it’s time for Cypriots to know the full story,” said Sarmast.

During his previous expeditions, aSonar scans of the area explored showed what Sarmast believes to be the remains of two man-made walls. He claimed to have “definitely” found Atlantis after the sonar scans appeared to have located a rise on the seabed around a mile down in an area halfway between Cyprus and Syria.

The American researcher has been challenged by several scientists, who say all he has found are old mud volcanoes.

The Cyprus Mail, published on June 4, 2011

India has had a love affair with gurus for generations

New Delhi: India's love affair with sadhus and gurus or babas (sages) is not new.

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was probably the first guru to become internationally known due to his close links with The Beatles. Mahesh Yogi patented Transcendental Meditation (TM) and boasted that his disciples could levitate.

Satya Sai Baba claimed divinity and performed miracles, which was enough to win him an army of devotees. India's president and prime minister both attended his functions. Like others of his ilk, Sai Baba faced enough negative publicity, but it had little effect on the growth of his fortune.

Luxury and pleasures
Osho or Rajneesh spouted philosophy and assured his rich followers that the path of commitment to self-exploration and meditation did not involve renouncing the world. He said it was okay to wallow in luxury and indulge in pleasures.

While most these gurus never had any political ambitions, some of them are known to have influenced politicians or take stands on political issues.

The trend began with Dhirendra Brahmachari, who indiscreetly meddled into politics and had numerous politicians as his followers. His close links with former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi were well known. A controversial yogi, he ran an immensely popular weekly yoga programme on Doordarshan channel. His illegal assets were taken over by the government after his death.

Not discreet
The new age gurus are not discreet. The in-your-face, modern ones are not only tech savvy, but also hold forth on television and are open to airing their views on all subjects.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is forthright as much on social issues as on yoga and meditation. The Art of Living founder, though to date has refrained from expressing his leanings towards any political party, is accused of having a soft corner for the Sangh Parivar (Hindu nationlist group).

Similarly, saffron-clad Swami Agnivesh, though not considered among the hard-core spiritual masters, is more of a social activist, who floated a political party, Arya Sabha. A business and law graduate, he has his own followers who prostrate in front of him to take his blessings.

Political ambitions
Baba Ramdev has gone several notches up by openly declaring his political ambitions. He has declared that in the next elections his outfit Bharat Swabhiman Andolan would field candidates in all 543 Lok Sabha seats.

He is the first guru to become a cause of worry for political veterans, because of his mass following among the middle class. Interestingly, his credentials for leading a movement against corruption rest entirely on his yoga!

Source, Nilima Pathak, June 11, 2011

Bryan Fischer: Nazi Party "Formed In A Gay Bar" By "Homosexual Thugs"

“How did the Nazi party come into being?,” Bryan Fischer, the public face of the certified hate group American Family Association (AFA), asks. “The Nazi Party ladies and gentlemen, was formed in a gay bar in Munich and historians agree that Hitler’s earliest enforcers, the Storm Troopers, the Brown Shirts, were almost without exception, homosexuals. So it was homosexual thugs that helped Hitler to form the Nazi party.”

Bryan Fischer, technically the Director of Issues Analysis for the AFA, hosts a radio show heard in 40 U.S. states, via 180+ Christian radio stations.

Last month, Fischer said, “ladies and gentlemen, they are Nazis. Homosexual activists, when it comes to freedom of speech, are Nazis. When it comes to freedom of religion, they are Nazis. There is no room in their world dissent, there is no room in their world for disagreement, there is no room in their world for criticism. You criticize homosexual behavior, they tag you as a bigot and a homophobe and then they got to work to silence you just like the Roman Catholic Church did in the days of Galileo — it’s no different; it’s the Spanish Inquisition all over again.

Ladies and gentlemen, they are Nazis. Do not be under any illusions about what homosexual activists will do with your freedoms and your religion if they have the opportunity. They’ll do the same thing to you that the Nazis did to their opponents inNazi Germany.’”

Last week Fischer stated that Christian United States military officers are about to become victims of “systematic hate crimes,” “one hate crime after another,” perpetrated by the “homosexual lobby,” when Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is finally repealed. Fischer falsely states that “homosexuals” will commit “virtual genocide” of U.S. military officers “who have deeply-​held religious convictions about the acceptability ofhomosexual behavior.”

And just days ago, Fischer claimed that once DADT is repealed, neither gays nor straights will sign up for military service, which will force a nationwide draft in America, and then homosexual soldiers will work to get DADT reinstated, “so they can get their get of out jail free card.”

The New Civil Rights Movement, by David Badash on JUNE 9, 2011

Australia’s UFO files mysteriously disappear

In what sounds like a plot from a science fiction film, it seems that the bulk of the Australian government’s X-Files have mysteriously disappeared.

The department of defence has been unable to find a host of records relating to UFO sightings that were collected over several decades.

The disappearance of the documents came to light when the military received a freedom of information (FOI) request from the Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper asking for any documents that mentioned sightings of UFOs or “extraterrestrial organisms” in Australia.

The request came after the British government released a dossier of thousands of documents relating to unidentified flying objects.

However, after two months of searching the relevant archives, the department said that the documents could not be found.

A spokesman said it was likely that some of the files had been destroyed.

“Our office examined past FOI requests which related to UFOs and discovered that many of the files had been destroyed, as is normal administrative procedure,” it said in a statement.

In fact, just one file from the entire cache could be located. That related to “UFOs/Strange Occurrences and Phenomena in Woomera”, a military weapons testing range in the outback.
The lone file detailed a sketchy series of sightings from around the country and overseas, including people living in towns near Woomera, in South Australia.

Australia’s military decided to stop taking UFO sighting reports in late 2000, asking members of the public to report incidents to police instead.

UFO experts in Australia believe that the military knowingly shredded the documents.

Bill Chalker, author of The Oz Files, said that in 2003 eight years-worth of documents relating to UFO sightings were destroyed — not to cover up a shocking discovery of alien life, but as part of department “housekeeping”.

“But it does seem strange that Australia would be destroying these files while England and America was putting theirs online and making them public,” he said.

Doug Moffatt, spokesman for UFO Research New South Wales, said questions needed to be asked.
“It would be interesting to know if they have throw anything else out. If not, it starts looking dodgy.”

The Telegraph, by Bonnie Malkin, 07 June 2011

Secret new US spy base to get green light

AUSTRALIA'S close military alliance with the United States is to be further entrenched with the building of a high-tech communications base in Western Australia. The Federal Government is about to approve the base after three years of secret negotiations with Washington.

The Age has been told the base, which will be built on defence land at Geraldton, will provide a crucial link for a new network of military satellites that will help the US's ability to fight wars in the Middle East and Asia. It will be the first big US military installation to be built in Australia in decades, and follows controversies over other big bases such as Pine Gap and North West Cape.

The deal has come to light amid heightened political debate over the alliance with the US and in the same week that the US finally told Australia it would not allow it to buy its best fighter aircraft, the F-22 Raptor.

The base, about 370 kilometres north of Perth, will control two of five geostationary satellites - those with the highest priority parked over the Indian Ocean to monitor the unstable Middle East. Building may start within months.

A visiting fellow at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Philip Dorling, said that once the base was operating it would be almost impossible for Australia to be fully neutral or stand back from any war in which the US was involved.

The network will provide frontline military units instantly with high quality intelligence information, graphics and maps. All this information will be carried in unbreakable codes.

The Defence Minister, Brendan Nelson, confirmed that talks were continuing with the US Defence Department which wanted to build a ground station for its Mobile User Objective System. More ground stations might be built at other locations in Australia, he said.

Dr Dorling said the base would have direct military significance and would be a military target, similar to the submarine communications base at North West Cape and the joint facility at Pine Gap with its missile early warning system.

The Sydney Morning Herald, February 15, 2007

Couple claim to be Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene reincarnated

An Australian couple are in the public spotlight, and drawing followers across the country, after making claims that they are the second coming of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene.

Have Jesus and Mary returned to Earth as the Divine Truth website claims?

Alan John Miller, 47, who goes by the name A.J., and Mary Suzanne Luck, 32, say "Yes they have" and they are sharing their story with the world, through their website and YouTube videos, and have successfully convinced a few dozen people that they are, in fact, the reincarnation of the famous biblical figures.

"Just a little over 2000 years ago, we arrived on the earth for the first time. My name then was Yeshua ben Yosef, or the Jesus of the Bible, the son of Joseph and Mary. Mary's name then was Mary of Magdala, the woman identified in the Bible as Mary Magdalene. Mary was my wife then, and the first person I appeared to after I was crucified," according to Miller.

"Because of my personal desire and passion for God, as I grew, I recognized not only that I was the Messiah that was foretold by ancient prophets, but also that I was in a process designed by God that all humans could follow, if they so desired. I called this process becoming Born Again," said Miller.

Miller who said: "I certainly don't want to be Jesus, it's just who I am. Who wants to be Jesus?" he tells his followers. Miller said as Jesus he can create a body at will on Earth. At church workshops, filmed and uploaded to YouTube, he says "He wants to teach people he is not any different them, that he is exactly the same as they are."

The Courier Mail reports, Australia's Cult Awareness and Information Library and the Anglican and Catholic churches are concerned that the couple, who rely on donations to sustain themselves and their religious movement, appeals to the most vulnerable segment of the population." And it's from which this group that they are steadily gathering their followers, who are 'seeking meaning in their lives.'

"The moment someone becomes God or God's voice on Earth, it gives them another level of authority to enforce submission to them," Cult Awareness and Information Centre (CAIC) spokeswoman Helen Pomery told the Courier.

"Even cults vary in their degree of destructiveness," says the CAIC website. "A goldfish living in a bowl that is painted black on the outside will never know it lives in a bowl unless someone takes it out and shows it the rest of the world. Mindsets can be like that — locked into a `thinking box', unable to see outside because the web of beliefs is so all-encompassing."
The Courier has confirmed through local real estate agents that "the group had sparked an unlikely property boom, with estimates they have bought up to 30 blocks and with new properties in high demand. In 2009, followers pooled together $400,000 to purchase roughly one square mile of land, where they currently hold weekly meetings and plan to build an international visitors center."

The sudden spike in real estate sales have relatives and friends of followers of Mary and Jesus (Mary and A.J.) concerned about their intentions. "Mary and myself haven't ever encouraged people to move out there. Some of the people we don't even know," Miller said according to a quote in Adelaide Now.

Miller, who can be seen in photo's here, is being accused of tailoring his 'look' to appear more like Jesus and creating an illusion around his spiritual work, identity and relationship with the Lord.

Miller's response: "If you ever get the opportunity to talk to my parents, Joseph & Mary from my 1st century life, and Maxine & Alan from this life, you will find out that I have always been passionate about having a relationship with God."

When speaking about his claim of being Jesus Christ reincarnated, Miller said: "There's probably a million people who say they're Jesus and most of them are in asylums. But one of us has to be. How do I know I am? Because I remember everything about my life."

Digital Journal, MAY 17, 2011 by Kim I. Hartman