The Whistleblower Who Exposes Government Extraterrestrial Connections

by Makia Freeman, Contributor,Waking Times William Tompkins is one of the most incredible whistleblowers to step forward. The depth and implications of his testimony are nothing short of astounding. Of course, there will always be those who refuse to believe his story, since he is an ET (Extraterrestrial) whistleblower. Tompkins claims he was part of an operation involving US Navy spies who stole UFO plans and antigravity technological secrets from the Nazis during the height of World War 2. He asserts he personally distributed some of these stolen secrets as information packages to the CEOs of leading American corporations involved in … Continue reading The Whistleblower Who Exposes Government Extraterrestrial Connections

The real Casanova

Illustration by Brunelleschi from a 1755 edition of Memories of Giacomo Casanova de Seingalt. Photo by akg-images/Fototeca Gilardi His name is synonymous with serial seduction but Casanova’s memoirs reveal a man greater than the sum of his ‘conquests’ Laurence Bergreen is an award-winning biographer, historian, and chronicler of exploration. His books have been translated into over 25 languages worldwide. His most recent adult book is Casanova: The World of a Seductive Genius (2016). He lives in New York City. Edited by Nigel Warburton Everyone thinks that they know about Casanova, the legendary lover who proceeded from one romantic conquest to another, … Continue reading The real Casanova

How Gaston Became the World’s Most Beloved Disney Villain

Via Beauty and the Beast (1991) by John McDermott More than any other Disneyland character, he’s an attraction unto himself Walk around Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and eventually you’ll run into some Hollywood wannabe play-acting as a classic Disney character. Most of the theme park characters are Disney “princesses” (Belle, Cinderella, Pocahontas et al), and little girls get awestruck when confronted with the living, breathing incarnations of their animated heroines. But the characters mostly serve as ambient noise to the site’s bigger attractions — it’s a delightful surprise to see Chip ‘n’ Dale when you’re hurrying over to Space Mountain. One character is truly an … Continue reading How Gaston Became the World’s Most Beloved Disney Villain