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Thursday, December 29, 2016


In the previous post here in Oddity World, an alleged book of Alien races was discussed. Interestingly the book mentioned the existence of the Ellina, an alien race whose appearance might have started the myths and stories about elves. Interestingly, here in the Philippines, millennium old statues of anitos are found mainly in the Northern parts of the Philippines. These statues bear a striking resemblance to the Grey aliens.


Some Words About Anitos

Anitos are the collective name for nature elementals. Pre-Colonial Filipinos worship these idols before the Spaniards came. Pagan tribesmen asked for bountiful harvest and protection against other elementals by worshiping these statues. Are these old pagan figures merely represent unseen elementals? Or are they figures of Ancient Aliens that visited the Philippines thousands of years ago.


Grey Aliens

Grey aliens are the most famous alien race in fiction or in the conspiracy lore. Their distinctive appearance have a profound impact in science fiction. Surprisingly, there is a striking resemblance between the appearance of anitos and Grey aliens. Are these similarities merely coincidental?


Did they somewhat help Pre Hispanic Tribesmen to construct something colossal?  If the Egyptians and Incas got Great Pyramids and Nazca Lines, Filipinos also have an intricate ancient structure. It is the Banaue Rice Terraces, the 8th Wonder of The World. The terraces have an astronomical measurement; The Banaue Rice Terraces's combined length is enough to traverse 1/2 of the planet's Equator. These facts may surprise the reader.

This article is merely speculative, no scholarly research was conducted to prove the assertion of Grey Aliens=Anitos claim. 

Monday, December 26, 2016

The Shocking Soviet Dicephalic Dog Experiment

A shocking experiment was conducted in 1959. The result of the experiment is a dicephalic dog. Many people found Vladimir Demikhov's experiment unsettling. But at the same time it fascinated many people especially scientists because they saw Demikhov's work as something straight out of science fiction. Many people suspected that Demikhov's creation was just an elaborate hoax but it turned out to be a genuine scientific achievement.

           

There is a rather unsettling video uploaded in Youtube on May 9 2011. The actual surgery was documented in the footage. The reception of the video is mostly negative, most people found Demikhov's experiment disturbing and many felt sorry for the two dogs that are joined together in the said experiment.


Tragically the dicephalic dog died four days after they are joined together. Brodyaga is the name of the bigger dog, while the smaller one is named Shavka. What is more disturbing is that Demikhov allegedly reproduced the same experiment with different subjects more than 20 times!


Vladimir Demikhov was labeled as a mad scientist because of the said experiment. Setting aside the infamous experiment, Demikhov's contribution in the field of cardiology is very significant. He even designed a cardiac assist device that can save lives in a young age(21).

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

WATCH: Demon Possessed Man Eats Red Hot Coal And Extinguishes Acetylene Using His Tongue

A man named Doug ''Hell 'N' Back'' Thompson uploaded several videos that documented his unusual resilience to heat. He demonstrated many inhuman feats like extinguishing an Acetylene torch(6,300 Fahrenheit) using his tongue! He has one video with a shocking title: It is named 'IS THIS MAN A DEMON?'. Did he naturally possess unusual heat resistance? Or did he sell his soul to the Devil in exchange of a demonic ability and YouTube popularity?


Shockingly, his Youtube Channel is named HellNBack with this description: Welcome to Hell ! Subscribe for videos about welding, fire, iron, snow and stunts by the world's craziest welder, Doug "Hell 'N' Back" Thompson. His official logo is a succubus with anthropomorphic features of a promiscuous woman. In his introductory video he creepily announced 'Welcome To Hell'.

Here are some of his videos:

First Welder Crazy Enough to Put a 6300 F Cutting Torch Out ON HIS TONGUE


 

Is This Man a Demon? Fire Eating a Red Hot Coal




FINAL WORDS:

Did he naturally possess unusual heat resistance? Or did he sell his soul to the Devil in exchange of a demonic ability and YouTube popularity? For now, we have no answers yet. But one thing is clear; this man have an unusual resilience to heat. We'll get scientific answers if this man will be featured in Stan Lee's Superhumans in the future. Regarding the latter question about the Faustian pact with the Devil, we may never know. The 'Hellish' theme of his YouTube channel might just be stylized or thematic in nature. But we can't just put aside the possibility of the demonic pact. It will be left to the reader to assess this man's talent.

Monday, December 19, 2016


We are fascinated by the idea that we are not alone in the universe. Extraterrestrial characters are found in many works of science fiction. Many famous alien characters belong to some fictional extraterrestrial race. But what if aliens exist outside of science fiction? A former Soviet KGB agent wrote a book cataloging 58 different alien races that contacted mankind since the dawn of life in Earth. His book is full of allegedly authentic photos of the appearance of these aliens and their respective spacecrafts. Shockingly, the book also revealed the plans of some of these aliens that may affect the fate of humanity in the days to come.


The authenticity of the book was questioned by many skeptics. They claim that many of the photos of these aliens can be found in ordinary image search in any search engine. But many people also believe that the accounts of the Former Russian spy was indeed genuine or free from fabrications. According to various Russian sources, the Soviet government made negotiations with these alien races during World War II up to the height of Cold War. There are also leaked stories involving the existence of a covert top secret KGB unit that specializes in the investigation of unexplained phenomena.


This special unit investigated paranormal,psionic and extraterrestial phenomena. One of the agents in this top secret unit managed to write the book in order to reveal their findings that may change the world as we know it. The book contains information regarding the 58 significant alien races that covertly influenced human history. Interestingly, the book also revealed the existence of the benevolent Council Of Five; they protect the Earth from evil races and cataclysms that may hamper the development of man.

            

Sounds something straight out of a science fiction work right? It will be left to the reader to decide if the contents of the book is written by a former spy or just some bored conspiracy theorist, living in his mom's basement. If you want to read the book online, and for free just click this.

Saturday, December 17, 2016


On the November 26 2016, an announcement shocked anime fans worldwide. The critically acclaimed Code Geass will finally get a third season. The news caught many fans of the series off-guard, because most of them thought that the series ended in R2. Let's revisit Code Geass and analyze it's occult background and its messages that may have parallels with the conspiracy lore.

The Main Character: A Short Analysis


The series is known for its morally ambiguous protagonist named Lelouch Vi Britannia. His downright Machiavellian character played with the psyche of the fans of Code Geass. At the beginning of the series obtained a psionic ability named Geass from an enigmatic character named C.C. This power became a powerful plot device that made fans keep on the edge of the seat while watching the series(despite it's a rewatch, it's still thrilling). Lelouch's Geass may be a clever allegory for propaganda or debunking a propaganda. Interestingly the motives of Lelouch's alter ego Zero, bare a striking resemblance with V from Alan Moore's V from Vendetta.



The Metaphysics of Code Geass And Its Allegorical Messages

The show made a lot of references regarding real world problems in a subtle way. Episodes filled with references of media manipulation,imperialism,colonialism,racism, are scattered throughout the series. There are also Jungian references in the final episodes. The show blatantly stated Jungian terms such as collective unconscious or subconscious. C.C.'s real name may stand for collective conscious(SPECULATION since she gave Lelouch and Mao powers that can affect man's collective conscious).



The show also addressed some thought provoking questions such as: Is World Peace possible? Should we trust our governments? What will happen if some people obtained powers, and what if these powers fall to the wrong hands? Can young people make the difference? Do Gods exist? These questions are posed by the final episodes of the second season, and the show did well to answer these questions. I highly recommend to watch or rewatch this series before the third season will be broad casted next year.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The Truth About The Strange Case of the Filipino Baby With Stigmata of Jesus Christ

Last year, a strange story surfaced the Internet involving a Filipino baby with strange birthmarks or sores that was similar to the wounds suffered by Jesus Christ. He have wounds that bear resemblance to the wounds of Jesus Christ during crucifixion such as the head wounds associated to the Crown of Thorns and the crucifixion stigmata itself. The named of the allegedly miraculous baby is Jejomar Castillo, he was born on March 15 2015, and despite being a newborn then, he attracted thousands of followers or devotees expecting for miracles. The said story was not reported by the corporate media last year. Is the story true? Or just an elaborate hoax?



To answer the latter question; Yes, the story was just an elaborate hoax. Being a dominantly Catholic country, Philippines was filled with similar stories glorifying idolatry and expectation for miracles. Since then, the story was debunked by many websites. In fact, Jejomar Castillo was just a fictional name(probably a pun to the then Presidential candidate Jejomar Binay). The story was originally published in the satire news website World News Report.


The baby in the original and unedited photo is Danica May Camacho,famous for being the world's 7 billionth baby. She was born on October 30 2011, and her story gained wide mainstream attention. The we would never know the true intentions of the satirical writer of World News Report, who have written Jejomar's story. But one thing is for sure; Do not believe in everything you read in the Internet.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Omega Point Theory: How Man Can Create God
According to Voltaire, ''If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent Him''. Will mankind possess the technology to create God or the Ultimate Intelligence? Alan Turing, considered as the Father of Computer Science made a prophetic statement in his paper titled Intelligent Machinery: A Heretical Theory . He said that once the machine thinking method has started, it would not take long to outstrip our feeble powers. … 

At some stage therefore we should have to expect the machines to take control, in the way that is mentioned in Samuel Butler’s Erewhon.” His statement implied that machines may exceed human intelligence and be the new Gods of the human race.
Give us gods. Oh give them us!
Give us gods.
We are so tired of men
and motor power.
– D.H. Lawrence
What is the Omega Point Theory?

To understand the Omega Point Theory, one must read the book named The Physics of Immortality: Modern Cosmology, God and the Resurrection of the Dead. The book was written by a physicist and scientific theologian named Frank J. Tipler. Frank Tipler's ideas may sound like something straight from science fiction novels or movies. Frank asserts that man may achieve technological progress enough to create a God-like machine. In a Christian sounding way he conjectured that the God-like machine may have the thinking capacity to access parallel universes at the end of the universe and as a last ditch effort to prevent the Big Crunch, The Godlike machine would resurrect every organism and remove chaos from the universe.  


In the opening paragraph of the book:
This book is a description of the Omega Point Theory, which is a testable physical theory for an omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent God who will one day in the far future resurrect every single one of us to live forever in an abode which is in all essentials the Judeo-Christian Heaven. .... I shall make no appeal, anywhere, to revelation. I shall appeal instead to the solid results of modern physical science. ... I shall describe the physical mechanism of the universal resurrection. I shall show exactly how physics will permit the resurrection to eternal life of everyone who has lived, is living, and will live. I shall show exactly why this power to resurrect which modern physics allows will actually exist in the far future, and why it will in fact be used. If any reader has lost a loved one, or is afraid of death, modern physics says: 'Be comforted, you and they shall live again.'

However, Frank Tipler is not the first one to theorize about the Omega Point. It was the Jesuit priest named Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Colloquially, he is often considered as the Catholic Darwin or the Patron Saint of The Social Media(unofficially). Pierre stressed out two groundbreaking concepts in his work named The Phenomenon of Man, it was published in 1955, shortly after his death. The two main are the Noosphere and the Omega Point. Noosphere is mankind's constantly evolving collective conscious, and when it finally reach its peak; the Omega Point will be achieved. Simply put, Big Bang is the Alpha Point(proposed by another Catholic priest named Georges Lemaitre) while the Omega Point would be the final stage of human evolution(if Man is indeed alone in the Universe). 


Futurists and science fiction authors believe that The Omega Point could not be stopped,  because they believe that since the Alpha Point, the fate of universe is written in the stars. They also believe that the Omega Point can be finally achieved when man finally created a machine capable of reaching Ultimate Intelligence, finally ending the chaos that exist in the universe since its conception. These themes are portrayed by some notable science fiction works such as Arthur Clarke's Childhood's End, Dan Simmons' Hyperion Cantos, Iain Banks' Culture novels and many others. 


Religious fundamentalists might be revolted by the idea of mankind building a Godlike machine, since it would not reconcile with their beliefs of the Second Coming. Religion may guide us to be less impulsive, watch our actions more carefully and be forgiving to other people. But it may also hold us back to achieve progress up until the hypothesized Omega Point.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

The Real Life Magneto And The Occult Secrets of The Coral Castle

Edward Leedskalnin can be hailed as the real life counterpart of the mutant antihero Magneto. He claimed to have discovered the secrets of the Egyptian,Yucatan,Aztec,and Asian pyramids. After his discovery of the occult secrets of the said structures, he applied his forbidden knowledge of hyper-dimensional physics and magnetism to build the enigmatic structure called Coral Castle. How did he singlehandedly build such complex structures? How did he move quarry rocks weighing over 2 million pounds? There are some witnesses of the construction of the Coral Castle, and they narrated that they saw levitating huge coral blocks and it seemed that Edward moved the blocks using his mind.

“I have discovered the secrets of the pyramids, and have found out how the Egyptians and the ancient builders in Peru, Yucatan, and Asia, with only primitive tools, raised and set in place blocks of stone weighing many tons!” – Edward Leedskalnin

ABOUT THE CORAL CASTLE


The mysterious structure is located in Leisure City, Florida. The quaint Coral Castle is obscured by coral rock walls and is hidden from the sight of the city. The way Coral Castle was hidden from city people gave it a more eerie atmosphere and at the same time, it also amazed urban planners and civil engineers.


There seems to be a lot of arcane background in the structures of the Coral Castle. According to many researchers, the Coral Castle's design was based on cosmological alignments. Some structures may pay homage to ancient astronomical tools that man have used thousands of years ago. There are series of ellipsoids that may portray a model of the solar system. There are also obelisks,a working sundial, lunar figures and strangely; a Heart Shaped Love Table.
 
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE CORAL CASTLE

Edward Leedskalnin have an unusual interest in the field of physics, especially magnetism. He was also interested on how ancient people built huge monuments using only limited tools. Did he really uncover the secrets of the ancient magical ways of monument construction? Contrary to popular belief, Edward did not build the Coral Castle using some sort of arcane magic or telepathic ability according to his friend named Orval Irwin.

 Orval was interviewed by many skeptics, and he was frequently asked about the secrets of Edward's magnum opus. Wittily, he scoffed the claims of paranormal aficionados that Edward used telepathy and transcendental knowledge to build the Coral Castle; He even spilled the beans and revealed the secrets of the Coral Castle in a book named ''Mr. Can't Is Dead! The Story of the Coral Castle''. According to Orvil, the Coral Castle was built through patience, determination, and hard work not telepathy or magic.