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Making Sense of Things

Writing to Atlantis Rising, via snail mail or e-mail is the best, but not the only way to make your…

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Science Fiction Movies

Was it synchronicity that brought me to Los Angeles that Wednesday before Memorial Day in 1977? Searching for a movie…

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Exposing a Skeptical Hoax

In 1968 an 1800-foot long, J-shaped formation of stone blocks was discovered about a mile off the west coast of…

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For Those with Eyes to See

While the crop circle phenomenon has long been a hot topic in these pages, it’s been virtually ignored by the…

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The Murder of John Cabot

Homicide detectives know that after 48 hours, the trail to the perpetrator starts getting cold. After five hundred years the…

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The Riddle of the Olmec Heads

In 1858, inhabitants of the village of Tres Zapotes in the state of Veracruz on the Gulf Coast of Mexico…

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Phoenix: Masonic Metropolis?

Turquoise swimming pools when seen from above shimmer like a squash blossom necklace on a jet setter’s tanned breast. Imported…

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Places That Never Were

An episode from the old Twilight Zone television series concerns an airliner on an otherwise ordinary cross-country flight, until the…

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Project Stardust: Accessing the Cosmic Hall of Records

Where did we come from? Is there life in the interstellar void? Are there beings that travel the “crystal halls”…

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Walking the Line

In an age of increasing polarization, the difficulty of presenting a balanced point of view on sensitive issues is much…

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