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  1. A former CIA director has spoken of his new 'openness' to the possibility of alien life, telling a story of an airplane that was brought to a halt at 40,000 feet, and saying he hope that mankind was 'friendly' to extraterrestrials, if they ever made contact. R. James Woolsey, who ran the CIA from 1993-1995, spoke to The Black Vault's YouTube channel on Friday. Woolsey, 79, spoke to promote his new book, Operation Dragon - in which he claims that Lee Harvey Oswald killed JFK on the orders of the Kremlin. Plane paused in mid-air by UFO?
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    Missed the Boat

    MISSED THE BOAT A preacher went out fishing by himself in the ocean one day. Not knowing much about boats, he had no idea what to do when the engine caught fire and destroyed the little boat. He was treading water when a boat came by, and the woman on board asked, “Do you need some help?” “No, my dear,” said the preacher, “the Lord will save me, but thank you.” The woman shrugged and went on. A little while later another boat stopped and asked the preacher if he needed help. The preacher again said no, the Lord would rescue him. Not long after, the preacher grew tired and sank down below the water’s surface. When he arrived in heaven, he asked God, “How come you didn’t rescue me?” To which God replied, “Are you serious!? I sent you two boats!”
  3. The 42″-by’28” bas-relief of a golden eagle, carved from a reddish volcanic rock called tezontle, was found by archaeologists at the Templo Mayor, the Aztecs’ main religious site in what was then their capital city, where it was on the floor of an area devoted to the sun god Huitzilopochtli. – Smithsonian Magazine
  4. Rare 5,000-year-old crystal dagger is uncovered in Prehistoric Iberian megalithic tomb that may have been used by a high-ranking person to gain 'magical powers' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9177867/Rare-5-000-year-old-crystal-dagger-uncovered-Prehistoric-Iberian-megalithic-tomb-Spain.html
  5. In his upcoming book, “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), out Jan. 26, the professor lays out a compelling case for why an object that recently wandered into our solar system was not just another rock but actually a piece of alien technology.
  6. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/archaeologists-find-clock-face-layout-amazon-villages-180976553/ Researchers in the Brazilian Amazon have found 25 long-abandoned villages laid out in patterns resembling a clock face, with mounds circling a central plaza.
  7. A holiday at the beach is winning against officials’ appeals to stay at home https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/coronavirus/holiday-at-the-beach-is-winning-against-officials-appeals-to-stay-at-home/
  8. At least 25 people have died, several of them due to the biting cold weather, during the three-week protest by farmers on the Indian capital’s borders, police said, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi offers to “very humbly” hold further talks with the protesting farmers. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/12/18/several-indian-farmers-dead-in-protests-against-farm-laws
  9. An explosion at a religious gathering in central Afghanistan has killed at least 15 civilians and wounded 20 others, the country’s interior ministry said, adding that children may be among the victims. Those killed and wounded were attending a Quran recitation ceremony on Friday. Initial information suggested that explosives were placed in a motorised rickshaw in a district of central Ghazni province, interior ministry spokesman Tariq Arian said. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/12/18/explosion-in-central-afghanistan-kills-at-least-15-official
  10. I just switched one of my computers to Linux and I love it. Using the add ons ExpressVPN, Ghostery, Noscript, and Adblocker in Firefox doesn't hurt either. Even this site is watched by the googletagmanager script.
  11. Some 40 people reported ‘slaughtered’ in attack on labourers working in rice fields in Borno state in the country’s northeast.
  12. "The soldiers were given both live and blank bullets. In this particular case, we saw that these protests had been infiltrated by some hoodlums," said Brig. Gen. Ahmed Taiwo.
  13. A contentious budget bill pushed thousands into the streets to demand an end to corruption, among other grievances.
  14. Police have arrested a man suspected of sexually-motivated murder and cannibalism after a victim's bones were found in a park in northern Berlin.
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