Paranormal researchers have been investigating the possibility of Planet X for several years now, and some believe that it is now travelling towards Earth.
Research scientist David Meade claims that an entire different solar system is on a collision course with our own and that Planet X, which the conspiracy theorist believes is actually a star, and its gravitational pull will cause widespread destruction here on Earth that will ultimately lead to the end of humanity.
Mr Meade, an author who wrote the book ‘Planet X – The 2017 Arrival’, believes that the devastating Planet X will bring with it “seven orbiting bodies”, including Nibiru, a large, blue planet.
The conspiracy theorist believes that the star system is difficult to spot because of the angle that it is approaching Earth.-READ MORE AND WATCH VIDEO
Christmas means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, even within the same country, city or household.
To many people in Britain, it often entails seeing family you’ve missed, confronting family you haven’t missed, heavy drinking, twee Christian traditions, re-runs of classic feel-good films, the commodification of gift-giving, or simply a few days’ off to listen to your old-fashioned Nan rant about the country going down the pan.
While the majority of Britons will celebrate Christmas in some capacity, only a minority of the world’s population will, with two billion Christians and non-Christians across the globe recognising the holiday.
The traditional red and white Santa outfit has become a global costume that most prominently represents Christmas, worn to do all sorts of sporting, social and charity events over December worldwide.READ MORE
Death was a complicated business in prehistoric Brazil. Cadavers were meticulously dismembered and put on public display. Some parts seem to have been cooked and eaten, and then the bones were carefully tidied up and buried.
On at least one occasion, a skullcap became a convenient storage container for cooked and defleshed bones.
These intricate rituals offer a unique glimpse into the belief system of an ancient hunter-gatherer people, according to the international team of archaeologists investigating the burials – but other researchers caution about reading too much into the curious finds.
The hunter-gatherers who lived in central South America 10,000 or so years ago have traditionally been seen as simple people who were reluctant to embrace novelty.
But André Strauss at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, takes a different view. He and his colleagues have excavated burials at Lapa do Santo in east-central Brazil. They have found evidence that burial practices changed dramatically not once, but twice in just 2000 years.Read More
Soldier Warren McKinlay spent 18 months as a “walking corpse” after a rare condition left him thinking he was dead.
Warren, 35, from Essex, had Cotard’s syndrome , a billion-to-one condition that leaves sufferers believing they are deceased, as we revealed in the Mirror this week. Some patients even die from starvation after not feeling a need to eat.
But his condition is not the one where the brain plays tricks on the patient. And doctors are still in the dark about the reasons behind many of these rare syndromes.
From believing your loved one is one of the body snatchers to feeling as if the room is shrinking like in Alice In Wonderland, many of these conditions sound more like science fiction, than medical fact...2 More