We are proud to announce the release of our first album, fully titled “The Proclamation and the Curation: Hell on Earth 1:1-1:11”, also known as Hell on Earth. Ten tracks of invasive death metal.
This is a quality cassette tape, with a 7 panel J-card including the lyrics and some extended artwork.
The idea of the moon being hollow could mean that we’ve been orbited by a space station since long before any of us can remember. A space station that close to our own planet, placed by a higher level of species, would lead to all types of ominous realities for humanity.
DIA is possibly a deep underground base. Built by big time private money, nobody knows who was behind it all. Check this out.
This is just one take. If our overlords are among us, they likely have bases. If they were to have huge, large, enormous bases, why not under an airport?
Working as Norwegian Navy deep sea divers, a couple men were lowered into the underwater depths of a fjord – to investigate a pair of huge underwater tracks. They documented and followed the tracks, with strange results.
Russia launched a probe to investigate the Mars moon, Phobos, back in the 1980’s. The mission returned some interesting imagery and data, and then the probe went silent. Some speculate that there may have been alien interference in the silencing of the probe.
At The Aquarium, May 24th
The story of David Huggins is amazing and/or disturbing, depending on how you look at it. Are they here to breed?
David Huggins is a 68 year old painter who lives in Hoboken, NJ. He studied at the Art Students League in New York City, and he’s been divorced for a little under ten years, with a 27 year old son who lives in Thailand. David concentrates most of his talent on the creation of a series of testimonial paintings about his life-long experience as an alien abductee.
Check out an interview with this guy, along with some of his artwork.
This guy’s got some ideas.