are web sites that I think are interesting for various
Content for hours
of Conspiracies http://gate.cruzio.com/~blackops/
Miriam Joan Hill
and Robert Anton Wilson's page. This has got
links to more than you could possibly have even
heard of. If even 1% of these are valid, it's a
This is fabulous.
I love history, and this web site presents lots
of different aspects of it. Fun for teachers and
students as well as people just looking for a
This site has so
much stuff, so many links, you'd need a year to
read it -- by which time there'd be so much new
stuff, you'd need another year. Daily newspapers
of Ireland online as well. For anybody crazy
about Ireland or homesick for the homeland, this
is the place to go.
stories, online for reading. Very cool! This is
one of the best uses of the Web in my opinion --
promoting creative literature (especially science
and psi-ence fiction, my faves!).
The hip, the fun,
A site with neat
links, fun new things all the time, a casual chat
web board, and more.
Morbid Fact Du
One thing the web
makes possible is some of the weirdest stuff
you've ever seen. This very black, black site is
so offbeat that I find it hilarious. Then again
that's just me....
Their site says:
"...the most comprehensive collection of
optical and sensory illusions on the world-wide
web. This award-winning collection consists of
innumerable interactive demonstrations,
up-to-date and reliable scientific explanations,
school projects, illusion artwork, interactive
puzzles, 3D graphics, suggested reading lists,
bibliographies, perception links, and much more.
There is literally hours and hours of fun and
cool material here!" They're right.
hilarious comic strip. A month of funnies online,
and other fun stuff.
you're looking for the "real thing"....
The John Dee
Publication Project http://www.dnai.com/~cholden
A historical and
magickal site all in one, Clay Holden's scholarly
collection of Enochian Magick materials is
glorious for anybody interested in the work of
Dee and Kelly, especially since many documents
(or proper versions of them) are not available
anywhere else, even in print.
This guy wrote
software to make it possible to make yourself an
entire web or printable calendar based on a given
local sidereal time (this based on James
Spottiswoode's recent meta-analytic research
findings about the +/- 1hr 13.47 (13:30) LST
showing a 400% higher effect size with lab
psychics around the world for the past couple of
decades). James is the new hero of psychics
everywhere, and this programmer who saved me from
tedious personal calendar making is second in
Orientis Grand Lodge Home Page http://www.otohq.org/
If you've got a
yen for learning more about magick or any part of
the occult, particularly Crowley's work, this
organization has the legit scoop on what's what
in a very confusing (and often bizarre) field.
Sacred Sites http://www.sacredsites.com/explore.html
slash historian has some of the most beautiful
stuff online about some of the most beautiful
places in the world. Great photos, explanations,
My Deja News http://www.dejanews.com/
Once I got
addicted to the Web and all the software changed,
I couldn't figure out how to read the old USENET
newsgroups that I'd pored over in terminal mode
years ago. (Doesn't anybody else remember KERMIT
software?) None of my (three) dial-up ISP's
carries newsgroups. This link lets you search for
groups, subscribe and unsubscribe, read and post,
and more, all from the web, free.
The Webmaster of
this site is awesome. There are an amazing number
of programmed options available. You can join one
of a zillion chat rooms -- or make your own
on-the-fly chat room to talk with a friend
(disappears when you're done) -- or make a
regular chat room there. There is massive amounts
of reading material. I'm not much into the alien
channeled stuff, but if that's your thing,
there's your new home. And there's a search for
alien- type and parapsychology newsgroups for
keywords you enter, that will send you daily a
notice of posts with those keys. Cool!
Link Exchange http://www.linkexchange.com/
If you've got a
web site, link exchange can function as free
advertising. Also functions as a site counter.
This has links to
most major shareware download sites. Tons of
utilities, games, everything you can imagine, and
links to more. Shareware is like a microwave.
Most people thought they had no need for one.
Then you get it and shortly think you can't live
without it. (Then your trial period runs out and
you learn how...) These sites always have some
nagware and freeware stuff though. Some of the
neatest products for the web are nagware
products, including Paint Shop Pro for graphics, Cute FTP for ftp'ing, and TextPad for basic
text and code editing.
designed and currently master
of Mind (Remote Viewing & Spiritual
http://www.parapsych.org/ (under construction)
Inc. (Satellite TV et al.)
Charles T. Tart Home Page (Transpersonal
Psychology et al.)
(Ireland tours, hypnotherapy, Essential
Vision Institute (Remote Viewing)
Madonna Ministry Newsletter (Spiritual
initially designed, but don't host or master
Spottiswoode and Associates (graphics
(graphics and design)
elements we have designed or formatted (but we have
no other involvement)
Dr. Jessica Utts Home Page
and Meta-Analysis in Parapsychology
Assessment of the Evidence for Psychic
(Report for A.I.R., hired by the C.I.A. to review
Response to Dr. Hyman's report for the above
Paranormal: The Evidence and its Implications for
Co-authored paper, Dr.Jessica Utts and Dr. Brian
Sites we host
only, we have no input into the site (no design, no
Cafe (Author Jim Marrs)
for Fundamental Research (&
Cognitive Sciences Laboratory)
Research Institute (Institute for
Parapsychology, Journal of Parapsychology)
There are other
(business) sites that probably don't want to be
associated with a web site on 'remote viewing' so I
won't list them here, and many email boxes, email
lists, chat rooms, bbs's, etc. that we do without
being involved in the web sites of the individuals
(if they have them).
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interest in anything to do with the WorldWideWeb,
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