Biologist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake and famed psychiatrist Carl Jung have taken different—but complementary—approaches to synchronicity. Synchronicity refers to coincidences that appear between one’s mental state...
Underwater Discovery: 9,300-Year-Old Pillar Evidence of Advanced Society, Say Researchers
At least 9,300 years ago, Stone Age hunter-gatherers in a now-submerged area of the Mediterranean Sea accomplished a feat beyond what today’s experts thought possible... Read more
Experts Divided on Native American Origins
In some ways, it’s hard enough to figure out what’s going on in the world today, let alone glimpsing into the dim corners of ancient history... Read more
Real-Life ‘Lord of the Flies': The Strange, Violent History of Pitcairn Island
Pitcairn Island is a place so remote, and with a history so bizarre, that until recently it was viewed almost as myth rather than reality... Read more
What Kind of People Believe in Psychic Phenomena?
The psychological profile of a typical believer in psychic phenomena is not easy to pin down—many different kinds of people believe—but there are some traits... Read more
Could Ancient Greek Myths Hint at Contact With South America?
The ancient Greek myth of Cadmus battling a snake could be an allegory for the discovery of the Amazon River, said Dr. Enrico Mattievich, a... Read more
Doctor Talks ‘Miracle’ Recoveries, Using Intuition
Larry Krantz, M.D., has seen patients recover from incurable diseases without any known medical explanation. For example, while grocery shopping he ran into an old... Read more
8 Quotes to Take You Beyond Science, Into the Mysteries of the Universe
Physicist Sir Roger Penrose on Consciousness as Fundamental to Science “Consciousness is part of our universe, so any physical theory which makes no proper place... Read more
Genetic Studies Link Indigenous Peoples in the Amazon and Australasia (+Video)
Native Americans living in the Amazon bear an unexpected genetic connection to indigenous people in Australasia, suggesting a previously unknown wave of migration to the... Read more
Scholars Analyze Evidence Ancient Chinese Explored America
Startling findings reported on by Epoch Times earlier this year have gained increasing interest in the worldwide academic community, and more pieces to the puzzle... Read more
Plane Said to Vanish, Reappear 10 Minutes Later: Time Slip?
About 40 years ago, a passenger plane is said to have vanished as it pulled in for landing at the National Airport (now known as... Read more
Can You Perform Psychokinesis? Try This Experiment at Home for Fun
A reader sent us a description of an at-home psychokinesis experiment he’s tried that he says has worked for him and others he’s shown it... Read more
Music Tuned to 432 Hertz Said to Heal, Uplift
A decades-long debate among musicians about tuning is bound up with Nazi conspiracy theories, New Age healing methods, practical consideration of what’s easiest on a... Read more
Goujian: The Ancient Chinese Sword That Defied Time
Fifty years ago, a rare and unusual sword was found in a tomb in China. Despite being well over 2,000 years old, the sword, known... Read more
3-Year-Old Remembers Past Life as Snake? Gives Verified Details of Encounter With Hunter
A young boy named Dalawong in Thailand was 3 years old when he met an acquaintance of his father’s, named Mr. Hiew, for the first... Read more
Major Shift in Science Underway, Intuition Could Play Big Role: Expert Discusses
Intuition is something fuzzy and abstract, right? Science should be clear, solid, and tangible … right? These two seemingly inimical “ways of knowing” could, nonetheless,... Read more
The Boggle Threshold: How Open-Minded Are ‘Open-Minded’ Scientists?
“Boggle threshold” is a term coined by writer and historian Renée Haynes (1906–1994). She defined it as “the level above which the mind boggles when... Read more