Posts tagged ‘mysteries’

The Secret

One of the most talked about film distributed on the net, since its release late last year. it is fascinating to watch the concept of how the whole universe conspires to create opportunities for your truthful desires to be fulfilled, when they are whole heartedly believed and sought in their entireties.

here is the first part of the movie.

May 23, 2007 at 12:10 pm Leave a comment

What we still dont know…

May 6, 2007 at 12:59 am Leave a comment


keep staring at the center; look away when instructed! it’s real FUN.

November 16, 2006 at 4:40 pm 1 comment

the man who saw tomorrow…

A 1998 documentary on Nostradamus’ prophecies, containing various quality newsreel footages of his ‘hits and misses’. The video also contains a second documentary, with an excellent commentary on prophets and visionaries over the past few centuries and their “insights, predictions, warnings and hopes for the future”.

October 23, 2006 at 2:50 am 2 comments

Reincarnations: life after death…

An incredible story of a young boy recalling in detail, a plane crash that happened off the coast of a Japanese Island. He would even name his G.I. Joes after the men who served with the Pilot who crashed. He also explained to his father how Corsairs would frequently have flat tires and would always tend to turn to the left…

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the story reminds me of the famous Satyajit Ray movie Sonar Kella, which evolves around a reincarnated boy, who possessed a knowledge of hidden treasure. another story, One of the most famous of case studies, is that of Swarnlata Mishra. She was born to an intellectual and prosperous family in Pradesh in India 1948. When she was just three years old and travelling with her father past the town of Katni more than 100 miles from her home, she suddenly pointed and asked the driver to turn down a road to “my house”, and suggested they could get a better cup of tea there than they could on the road. Read More

October 20, 2006 at 2:36 pm 1 comment

what’s there under the water?

Bermuda triangle. perhaps, it’s the most talked about mystery in the world that i grew up reading, mesmerized about the stories, where ships just disappeared, flights gobbled up by some evil tornedos. was there ever a conclusive research? i dont know. saw an interesting BBC documentary on google video the other day. a bit lengthy, but sure worth watching..

This episode investigates the mysterious Bermuda Triangle, that expanse of the Atlantic bounded by Miami, the Bahamas, and Puerto Rico. An … all » area where ships and planes routinely disappear without a trace. An area filed with strange phenomenon, mysterious fogs, mists, erroneous compass readings, strange lights, and time warps. A place where these disappearances date from the time of Christopher Columbus. Believers and skeptics, eyewitness and scientists all give there views and theories on what is going on in that strange part of the Atlantic Ocean.

October 20, 2006 at 11:01 am 1 comment

National Geographic reveals the secrets of 9/11??

It’s time for you to grab a pack of waffers, a bottle of coke and get hold on your tv remote, for you will sure be on the edge for a few hours. It’s gonna be interesting when NatGeo opens their pandora’s box on this Monday, Sep 11 to an eagerly awaiting audience at millions of homes. Yeah, you guessed it right. They are going to reveal their exhaustive investigations on terrorism with some breaking information that so far haven’t appeared anywhere, as they claim. The news has been already raising much curiosity among the viewers and some of our desi sites already started digging out dirt from the long buried IC814 hijacking case that saw Indian Govt releasing three deadly terrorists. Many claim that it was a fatal mistake from the then inidan govt for not being able to halt the flight at Amritsar airport. Update: Google has released an interesting video footage “7 days in september

Latest Update: coming back to the 9//11 video that is now a raging controversy after the author, Peter Lance, on whose book the documentary is said to be based disapproves the video alleging “watered-down whitewash” that was “like doing Schindler’s List from Hitler’s perspective.’. the author refuses to buy the arguments from the broadcasting house and is furious about bowing to the Govt pressure, who obviously doesnt like to accept failure by the investigation agencies in picking up Mohamed, the alQaeeda mole within the FBI. Royconnor’s article chronicles in detail on this episode.

September 7, 2006 at 7:03 pm Leave a comment

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