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As you un-can your yams: The fire in the sky. And below.

Twas the night before Thanksgiving,
And all across Earth,
Eyes were staring at the heavens,
What's Ison worth?

It may be a big show. Or a big dud.
We will not really know until Comet Ison makes its way around the sun--if it makes it, we will have a wonderful light show and a potential 'Comet of the Century' until Christmas.

We reported last night that Ison was looking like it would die a slow and icy death. Today there are mixed signals  and a renewed chance that we will witness this potentially historic comet.

While you spice your turkey and un-can your yams, tonight may be a great night to tune into Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis. He's on right now live as I write this, affiliates can be found here. Among his topics will be Ison and, as he reported tonight, fireballs being seen across Greece--and also apparently San Diego.



Joe Rogan talks Whitley Streiber

Joe Rogan and Dennis McKenna discuss possible explanations for alien encounters. From The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast


Heather Wade announced that she was going to go to Area 51 this coming June.. People have been responding fast and furious, with some stating she is in danger of being arrested--or even killed!

Talk show legend and original MIDNIGHT IN THE DESERT host Art Bell is responding in kind to people on Facebook..

What Heather is doing is a brave act. For all my life people have talked Disclosure and talked and talked. I have no illusion that she will get to any Alien anything but at least she feels the need to do something, anything to move beyond talk and raise the stakes in trying to get to the truth. If we have been visited (and I believe we have) we have a right to know. It seems to me we have a moral right to know, will it change people’s basic faith? Not any more than the Pope suddenly being quoted as saying “There is no Hell”. We have a right to know, she is right and if a act of Civil Disobedience helps I am all for it.
On acts of civil disobedience..

Not much has ever happened in Amer…

Happy solstice

Around 25,000 people watched the sun rise across Stonehenge on the Summer Solstice this morning - an occasion that is said to have been celebrated for thousands of years at the ancient prehistoric site..

The longest day of the year.
The most beautifully long day of the year…