Thursday, August 5, 2010

Hong Kong voodoo master, known as 'Dog Man' gets twenty-one months behind bars for conning girl into ritual sex
A Hong Kong self-proclaimed voodoo master dubbed the "Dog Man", who engaged in ritual sex with a gullible 20-year-old student, has failed to work his magic on a judge and will spend the next 21 months behind bars.  Acoustics technician Lo Fuk-yee, 64, was arrested last October on two counts of "obtaining unlawful sexual intercourse under false pretenses" after he persuaded his unnamed victim that sex was the only way to expel "ghost embryos" from her body.
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Winston Churchill (and Dwight Eisenhower) covered up early UFO sighting in war-time Britain to avoid public 'mass panic'
Ministers even went on to commission weekly reports on UFO sightings from a committee of intelligence experts.  The papers also include a wartime account claiming prime minister Winston Churchill ordered a UFO sighting be kept secret to prevent "mass panic".  The files show reports of UFOs peaked in 1996 - when The X Files was popular.

Full article:, the British government finally releases files on suspected UFO crash in the Berwyn Mountains, dating back to 1974, dubbed the 'Welsh Roswell'
Geraint Edwards and Elgar Hughes of the Ceirog Valley, Denbighshire, recall seeing a UFO in the sky over north east Wales in 1974.  A 1974 "UFO incident" which was dubbed the Welsh Roswell was dismissed as an earthquake and a meteor combining, offical files show.  There was a huge bang and a brilliant light over the Berwyn Mountains in north east Wales, and there were later claims a spaceship crash was concealed.  Comparisons were drawn with Roswell, New Mexico, USA, in 1947, where it is claimed an alien crash was concealed.  But a Ministry of Defence (MoD) investigation said there was no UFO

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Broken-down, shack and former cottage atop a hill near Cefalu, Sicily, sells for over $1.2 million dollars...because it was the former 'Abbey of Thelema', owned by occultist Aleister Crowley

The dilapidated, whitewashed Italian villa, set amid the hills of Sicily, was owned in the 1920s by Aleister Crowley, whose outrageous drug-taking, keen sexual appetite and interest in mysticism later made him a cult figure for the Beatles, David Bowie, Ozzie Osbourne and Iron Maiden.  The cottage, near the town of Cefalu in Sicily, contains explicit, erotic frescoes of men and women entwined together, painted by Cambridge-educated Crowley when he lived there in the early 1920s.

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