Intro to the unexplained

Often times people ask me what first got me into conspiracy theory sort of stuff, the unexplained. I guess I have actually always been into it in some way or another, thanks in part to family members who have been less than mainstream in their spare time and in their associations. With high-ranking Freemasons, to occultists, to dedicated UFO researchers, as well as artists and musicians and so forth, family conversation has never been dull. But I also have a passion for history, again influenced in part by my own family. I dug into the history of my own bloodline and found some pretty cool ancestors, which qualify me for membership in the Sons of the Revolution, and a claim to the throne of France, if they weren't a Democracy now of course.I have had a keen interest of ancient history too since middle-school.

So you run those two things together, and you wind up with what some call the study of alternate history. No, I am not talking about fan-fiction of the pulp variety, but an actual belief that the history of the world as we know and understand it today may actually be quite different from what we learn in textbooks and other commonly accepted sources. So why would anyone have any reason to doubt the accepted version of the history of the world? Well, there are artifacts, real tangible evidence which cannot be explained by science, if you take the standardized history of the world at face value.

Not surprisingly, when I stumbled across information on the so called out-of-place-artifacts, or OOPARTS as they are called by some, I was totally intrigued. Actual tangible items which defy scientific explanation, especially if viewed through the lens of our own commonly accepted version of history.

Yeah, yeah, blah blah blah. Just a bunch of hoaxes and stuff that science doesn't really have to explain right? Well let's have a look at this article from Cracked magazine. If you know them, you know that with their dry wit and humorous sarcasm, they would usually be the ones saying, "yeah right, what a bunch of crap that is." So let's see what they have to say...

6 Insane Discoveries That Science Can't Explain

We like to feel superior to the people who lived centuries ago, what with their shitty mud huts and curing colds by drilling a hole in their skulls. But we have to give them credit: They left behind some artifacts that have left the smartest of modern scientists scratching their heads.

For instance, you have the following enigmas that we believe were created for no other purpose than to fuck with future generations.

Read more: http://www.cracked.com/article_16871_6-insane-discoveries-that-science-cant-explain.html#ixzz1S3Y7wQFK

Pretty bizarre stuff right? Now as you can see there, most of the stuff has been dug up by archaeologists. So let me give you some more links dealing wacky stuff dug up from the Earth and so forth...


The Morien Institute



As pointed out in the Cracked article however, not all of the unexplained is limited to artifacts of ancient history. There is also unexplainable scientific data for more contemporary events. So where they went to the bottom of the sea to close their article, let us look toward the skies. And I am not talking about shaky videos from a bored housewife catching blurry images of flares over military training grounds. This link will examine the government documentation and scientific data of what might be considered, the OOPARTS of the sky...

Black Knight Satellite Mystery


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