10,000-year-old rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs found in Chhattisgarh

CHARAMA (Chhattisgarh): Chhattisgarh state department of archaeology and culture plans to seek help from Nasa and Isro for research on 10,000-year-old rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs in Charama region in Kanker district in tribal Bastar region.

According to archaeologist JR Bhagat, these paintings have depicted aliens like those shown in Hollywood and Bollywood flicks. Located about 130km from Raipur, the caves come under village Chandeli and Gotitola.

“The findings suggest that humans in prehistoric times may have seen or imagined beings from other planets which still create curiosity among people and researchers. Extensive research is needed for further findings. Chhattisgarh presently doesn’t have any such expert who could give clarity on the subject,” Bhagat told TOI.

 


One of the ancient rock paintings carved on caves at Charama in Chhattisgarh’s Kanker district. (TOI photo by Amit Bhardwaj)

There are several beliefs among locals in these villages. While few worship the paintings, others narrate stories they have heard from ancestors about “rohela people” — the small sized ones — who used to land from sky in a round shaped flying object and take away one or two persons of village who never returned.

“The paintings are done in natural colours that have hardly faded despite the years. The strangely carved figures are seen holding weapon-like objects and do not have clear features. Specially, the nose and mouth are missing. In few pictures, they are even shown wearing space suits. We can’t refute possibility of imagination by prehistoric men but humans usually fancy such things,” the archaeologist said.

 


(TOI photo by Amit Bhardwaj)

 

 He added that it is a co-incidence that such ancient images appear to have sharp resemblance to UFOs shown in alien movies. “The fan-like antenna and three legs of vehicle’s stand clearly show a similarity to UFO type craft,” he said.

Other archaeologists would also be consulted for further verification.

 

 
(TOI photo by Amit Bhardwaj)

 

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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/10000-year-old-rock-paintings-depicting-aliens-and-UFOs-found-in-Chhattisgarh/articleshow/38435091.cms

Vatican recognizes exorcists’ organization

VATICAN CITY, July 2 (UPI) —The International Association of Exorcists has been formally recognized by the Vatican’s Holy See, an indication the Catholic Church approves of the controversial practice of exorcism.The group, restricted to Roman Catholic priests, was founded in 1990 by six priests. They included Father Gabriele Amorth, known as the “Exorcist of Rome,” who claims to have performed 160,000 exorcisms — the ceremonial process of releasing demons from those possessed by them.

The organization now has 250 members in 30 countries.

Roman Catholic exorcism procedure requires a priest’s consent from his bishop, and examinations by medical specialists to determine if a victim’s medical or psychological issues can be treated by non-religious means. The Church issued a revised guide to exorcism in 1999.

The practice was brought to the attention of the non-Catholic world in 1973 by the film The Exorcist.

“The approval by the Holy See is a joy not only for our association but for the church as a whole. We hope more priests will realize the existence of this dramatic reality, which is often ignored or underestimated. Exorcism benefits people who are suffering, and is doubtless a work of bodily and spiritual mercy,” exorcist Father Francesco Bamonte told L’Osservatore Romano, the official Vatican newspaper, Wednesday.

Witches, zombies and ghosts reported to police

Source :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-28415527

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Two zombies, 15 ghosts and 55 witches were reported to West Midlands Police between 2011 and 2013

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More than 70 reports of zombies, witches and ghosts have been made to West Midlands Police over the past three years.

Figures revealed by a Freedom of Information (FOI) request show the force was contacted about 15 ghosts, 55 witches, and a pair of zombies.

Birmingham East had the most reported paranormal activity, with the least in Birmingham South.

Location and number of reports

  • Birmingham East: 11
  • Birmingham North: 9
  • Birmingham South: 1
  • Birmingham West: 8
  • Coventry : 9
  • Dudley: 3
  • Solihull: 5
  • Sandwell : 7
  • Walsall: 8
  • Wolverhampton: 10
The figures show a year-on-year increase in reported incidents.

  • Birmingham East: 11
  • Birmingham North: 9
  • Birmingham South: 1
  • Birmingham West: 8
  • Coventry : 9
  • Dudley: 3
  • Solihull: 5
  • Sandwell : 7
  • Walsall: 8
  • Wolverhampton: 10
The figures show a year-on-year increase in reported incidents.

There were 17 in 2011, 24 in 2012 and 30 in 2013.

Although all other categories were reported every year, zombies only made an appearance in 2013.
‘Deeply-troubled individual’
 
Force spokesman Billy Corrigan said: “The reports include ghost, zombie and witch sightings; hearing and communicating with the aforementioned; the use of witchcraft; claims to be a witch; and witch-hunters.
“I have not included items such as ‘she called me a witch’, or ‘he was in a zombie-like state.'”

He said that while the figures could seem amusing, behind some of the calls may be “a deeply-troubled individual”.

Six of the reports were categorised as “malicious” and Mr Corrigan said West Midlands Police always took action against people who knowingly made nuisance calls to the emergency services.

Over the same period there were 19 calls to the force about sightings of UFOs.

The FOI request was submitted anonymously.

In the past three years West Midlands Police received 55 calls about witches
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‘Devil baby’ goes on New York rampage

A demonic infant in a pram has been terrorizing people in the streets of America’s largest city.

Unsuspecting pedestrians reported being accosted by a screaming devil child in a self-propelled pram during a bizarre stunt in the Big Apple this week. Terrified victims of the prank ran screaming as the demonic infant rolled up and jumped out at them while letting out a horrifying wail.

Unsurprisingly, it turned out that the devil baby was in fact a clever promotional stunt for the upcoming movie “Devil’s Due.” A team of special effects experts built the remote-controlled stroller and animatronic infant which required three people to operate.

“People were totally cool with being in the video after getting the living hell scared out of them,” said Thinkmodo co-founder Michael Krivicka. “Each reaction ended with a laughter and everyone loved the look of the baby.”

The movie itself is due for release on January 17th.

Iran news agency claims ‘US is run by aliens’


The strange report claims that the US is run by aliens. Image Credit: Susan Sterner

A bizarre news report from Iran’s Fars News Agency has claimed that America is run by extraterrestrials.

Fars, which describes itself as “Iran’s leading independent news agency”, is no stranger to controversy. In a new report published over the weekend, the agency has claimed that NSA documents released by Edward Snowden and analyzed by Russian intelligence services have proved that America’s political policies are driven by an “alien/extraterrestrial intelligence agenda”.

The report also claims that the recent NSA surveillance controversy is centered around an attempt to cover up these facts and that the US is run by two governments, “the one that was elected, and the other, secret regime, governing in the dark”.

The story even goes on to claim that these same aliens assisted the Nazis with the construction of its submarines in the 1930s, then had secret meetings with President Eisenhower in 1954 from which the secret regime was established. It also claims that the extraterrestrial visitors have been working with the US Air Force in Nevada, presumably at the secretive Area 51 base at Groom Lake.

The story has been gaining widespread attention since appearing online, with global news outlets reporting on the bizarre claims and people’s reactions to them. Why such a prominent news agency would publish an article like this on a factual basis however, especially when it appears to have been sourced from a controversial conspiracy website, remains somewhat perplexing.