Welcome to Earth Star on the Web. Here you will find a wealth of articles on diverse topics including UFOs and extraterrestrials, the paranormal, healing, earth changes, spirituality, the latest sightings, channeling, astrology, book reviews, art, poetry, plus conference news and reports, and a whole lot more.
WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO?
The Star Beacon: Earth Star's monthly paranormal newsletter. Subscription info can be found by clicking here.
BOOKS, T-SHIRTS, TAPES -- NEW! Earth Star's Store features metaphysical, self-help, children's literature and adult fiction, plus original T-shirts and conference lecture tapes. Visit now by clicking here.
The NEW Psychic Readers Directory lists Intuitive Counselors from all over. Check out who's doing what, and how to contact them, by clicking here.
THE BEST OF
Selected articles which have appeared over the years in The Star Beacon Click here.
Earth Star Publications offers book packaging services for self-publishing authors, as well as a lot more. Please see our List of Services.
Advertise your wares or services here by placing an ad in The Star Beacon. To view CLASSIFIED ADSclick here. For more information on advertising, e-mail us at UFOeditor@yahoo.com. For information regarding the Psychic Readers and Healers Directory, please firstname.lastname@example.org.
from the November 2009 Star Beacon
edited by Ann Ulrich Miller
lady flew to Venus in a UFO
Miyuki Hatoyama, a former actress and the wife of Japan’s Prime
Minister Yukio Hatoyama, wrote in her book, Most Bizarre Things
I’ve Encountered, about her surrealistic space trip. “While my
body was sleeping, I think my spirit flew on a triangular-shaped
UFO to Venus,” she wrote. “It was an extremely beautiful place and
was very green.”
Her book is a
compilation of interviews with 26 prominent people published
monthly in a spiritual magazine, Mu. Hatoyama is a strong believer
in spiritualism and was born to Japanese parents in Shanghai. She
met her husband in the United States, where he was a Ph.D. student
(Source: Filer’s Filers #43, Oct. 21, 2009)
NASA's Moon Bombing
NASA’s recent lunar
mission (bombing the surface of the Moon) apparently was not the
high-profile flop as it first appeared. Officials at Ames Research
Center in California, which managed the mission, released images
that clearly show a plume of debris estimated to a mile above the
Cabeus crater shortly after the space agency’s LCROSS rocket
plowed into it. Creating a plume was key to the mission’s success
because the goal was to measure dust kicked up by the Centaur
rocket to learn whether ice might lie hidden in polar craters. To
do that, the accompanying $79-million Lunar Crater Observation and
Sensing Satellite was to fly through the debris cloud so its
spectrometers and cameras could sample the lunar dust.
Hundreds of citizens who had gathered
at Ames’ campus in Mountain View to watch the 4:30 am event on a
huge outdoor movie screen were disappointed to see only a close-up
of the craggy lunar surface before the screen went black when the
satellite crashed. New images, lifted from a different camera
aboard the spacecraft, show that a plume did occur. That means the
satellite should have been capable of detecting water, if it was
Photos and video of the impact showed
little more than a fuzzy white flash from the LCROSS flight
mission to the Moon.
But before crashing into the lunar
surface itself, the LCROSS spacecraft’s instrumentation
successfully recorded close-up the details of the rocket stage
impact, the resulting crater, and debris cloud. In the coming
weeks, data from the challenging mission will be used to search
for signs of water in the LUNAR material blasted from the surface.
(Source: Filer’s Files #43-Oct. 21, 2009)