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(by Tsem Rinpoche and Cindy Hew)

In current times, the phrase “little green men” brings to mind alien beings from outer space, reminiscent of the hype surrounding flying saucers during the turn of the 20th Century. The earliest linking of this phrase with extra-terrestrials can be traced to an article about a little green-skinned alien published in October 1899 by the Atlanta Constitution.

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Original print of Green Boy from Harrah. Click to enlarge

Concisely titled “Green Boy From Harrah”, it is a fascinating tale about a green humanoid and its planet of origin “Harrah“, which to date is highly speculated to be the Planet Mars. However, the first use of “little green man” as a specific descriptor of green aliens was in a 1908 article by the Daily Kennebec Journal (Augusta, Maine) which also insinuated that the aliens hailed from Mars.

Unknown to most, long before this phrase gained popularity as a stereotypical reference to extra-terrestrials, “little green men” was more famously associated with two green-skinned young siblings who appeared out of the blue in the village of Woolpit, Suffolk in England around the 12th Century.

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Artistic depiction of the green children of Woolpit

 

Unheralded Appearance

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One can imagine the commotion triggered by the duo when they were found in one of the many wolf-pits set up by the 12th Century villagers of Woolpit. In fact, the village of Woolpit is said to have obtained its name from repeatedly distorting the pronunciation of the many wolf-pits surrounding Woolpit village. Back in those days, wolf-pits were a common first line of defence against wildlife roaming the forests of rural England, particularly wolves.

Although there are other possible origins of “Woolpit” — homage to an early owner named Ulf, a reference to the prosperous medieval wool trade in that area, or even an allegation of ancient Roman origins — such assertions paled in comparison. Apart from history buffs, most would respond with the prevalent wolf-pit theory when asked about the origins of the village’s name.

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The now-flooded mysterious old wolf-pits in Woolpit, where the green children were said to have appeared

Regardless, a brother and sister with skin as green as the strange clothes they wore was the last thing the villagers expected to see in the pits meant to trap wild beasts.

The exact timing of the green children’s unheralded appearance is difficult to pinpoint, but based on written historical sources, the incident took place sometime during the reign of King Stephen who was enthroned in 1135.

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King Stephen of England

It was a tumultuous period due to the power struggle for the throne between King Stephen and Matilda, the daughter of the previous King of England, King Henry I, who reigned from 1100 to 1135. In short, despite promising allegiance and support to Matilda who had a stronger claim to the throne, King Stephen reneged on the deal and succumbed to the temptation of power after his brother, the Bishop of Winchester, dangled the crown before him.

As King Stephen’s hands were full with fighting over the throne and dealing with the political turmoil within his court, there was no central power really keeping the barons in check. As such, the landowners more or less had autonomous free rein over their lands. It is widely believed that is why the green children were not presented to powers beyond the local baron or landowner, despite the magnitude of the discovery.

 

Chronicles

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Ralph of Coggeshall. Click to enlarge

Many of the details surrounding the green children of Woolpit are derived from the notations of Ralph of Coggeshall, the 6th Abbot of Coggeshall Abbey in Chronicon Anglicanum and by William of Newburgh, an English historian and canon at the Augustinian Newburgh Priory in Historia Rerum Anglicarum. However, even these two earliest records about the green children of Woolpit were only documented approximately forty odd years after the incident took place.

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William of Newburgh. Click to enlarge

Although both chroniclers were likely to have been alive at the time, neither personally witnessed the event or saw the physical evidence. Instead, they both relied heavily on other eyewitness accounts for their notations. Their reports are quite similar but emphasise different details.

 

Similarities

Both chroniclers documented that:

  • One fine day around harvest time in the 12th Century, a young boy and girl were found in one of the wolf-pits surrounding the village of Woolpit.
  • Both children were siblings and the girl was the elder of the two.
  • In addition to their skin being green, they also had green eyes.
  • The two children were found dressed in a style uncommon for the 12th Century. Additionally, their clothes were made from strange foreign materials, nothing the villagers had ever seen before.
  • Both children were frightened and were unable to comprehend the prevalent language of that time and place. They conversed with each other in an unknown language.
  • They were both malnourished but initially, despite their obvious hunger, would not consume any food save for raw green beans. It was only much later that they were able to partake of more common food.
  • The two siblings gradually lost their greenish complexion and their skin took on a more normal hue.
  • The girl eventually learnt enough English to speak of her homeland, a green forestry world with sparing sunlight and constant twilight.
  • She also revealed that neither sibling had any idea how they ended up in Woolpit.
  • The younger boy sickened and died young whilst his sister adapted well to her new life. She was baptised and worked for a while before eventually getting married. Unlike her brother, she lived a long life.

 

Differences

The Historia Rerum Anglicarum by William of Newburgh remains the only source of the following key details pertaining to the enigma of the 12th Century green children of Woolpit:

  • The name of their homeland: The girl claimed that her brother and herself were originally inhabitants of the land of St Martin.
  • The existence of Christianity in St Martin: According to William’s notations, the girl stated that all the people of St Martin were Christians and they had many churches.
  • The conflicting identity of the girl’s husband: Although it is mentioned that the girl took on the name “Agnes Barre” and got married, two prominent English translations of Historia Rerum Anglicarum yielded two candidates as her spouse. One indicated that she married a man from Lenna and another reflected that she married a man at Lynne.

On the other hand, the Chronicon Anglicanum by Ralph of Coggeshall is the sole source for the following information relating to the green children of Woolpit;

  • The identity of the local landowner: Not knowing what else to do with their strange discovery, the villagers brought the green siblings to the home of Sir Richard de Calne. It was at his house that the green children chanced upon raw green beans which sustained them for quite a while until they adjusted to the regular food of the time.
  • The girl’s subsequent behaviour: After her brother’s death, the girl worked for the de Calne’s family as a servant for several years, probably as a means of repaying Sir Richard’s kindness. It is also stated that during her tenure there, she was “rather loose and wanton in her conduct.”

As for specifics on how the pair ended up in Woolpit, William of Newburgh quoted the children as having said,

“…we only remember this, that on a certain day, when we were feeding our father’s flocks in the fields, we heard a great sound, such as we are now accustomed to hear at St Edmund’s, when the bells are chiming; and whilst listening to the sound in admiration, we became on a sudden, as it were, entranced, and found ourselves among you in the fields where you were reaping.”

Ralph of Coggeshall put forth the girl’s claims that,

“…as they were following their flocks, they came to a certain cavern, on entering which they heard a delightful sound of bells; ravished by whose sweetness, they went for a long time wandering on through the cavern, until they came to its mouth.”

He also recorded that the pair were overwhelmed by the excessive sunlight and the temperature of the air upon exiting the mouth of the cavern. He further documented the children’s failed attempts to locate the cavern in order to return home prior to being discovered by the villagers.

 

Possible Explanations

Unsurprisingly, many explanations and theories have sprung up over the years to shed light on the sudden appearance of the green children of Woolpit. From radical theories of other dimensions to more conventional reasonings, below are a few which still continue to capture the imagination of many curious minds.

 

Beyond This Realm

Another artistic depiction of the Green Children of Woolpit

Another artistic depiction of the Green Children of Woolpit

The girl’s ethereal-like description of her homeland and their initial diet of just raw green beans, then commonly recognised as the food of the dead, spawned the idea that the green children were some sort of fairy folk from the subterranean world.

Based on the accounts by both chroniclers, the events described matched well with ideas regarding fairies that were common in England back then. At that time, people were not only receptive to possible encounters with human-like fairies but also to the meeting of these two different realms. As such, the green siblings of Woolpit were thought of as being fairy children who became trapped in the human world.

To date, there are some who still view the green children of Woolpit as personifications of nature, similar to the likes of the Green Man or Jack-in-the-Green of English folklore.

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An artistic illustration of the land of St Martin

 

Conventional Medical Condition

A more prosaic explanation suggests that the children were normal kids suffering from Hypochromic Anemia, originally known as Chlorosis (coming from the Greek word ‘Chloris’, meaning greenish-yellow). This condition is caused by inadequate nutrition which affects the colour of the red blood cells, resulting in a very distinctive green tinge on the skin.

This theory has the strongest following in light of the malnourished state in which the children were initially found, and the subsequent fading of the greenish hue after their change in diet.

'The Babes in the Wood' by Randolph Caldecott, 1887. The green children of Woolpit are associated with the Babes in the Wood, poisoned with arsenic and left to die in the forest.

‘The Babes in the Wood’ by Randolph Caldecott, 1887. The green children of Woolpit are associated with the Babes in the Wood, poisoned with arsenic and left to die in the forest.

The details given by the green children attesting to possible otherworldly origins are rationalised as mistaken disorientation or confused memories of the incident due to shock, hunger or malnourishment. The only unreconciled issue with this theory is why the children reacted so strangely to normal food that even in their hunger, they refused to eat anything except raw green beans.

Another theory suggests that their greenish skin was the result of arsenic poisoning. This theory is founded on the basis that the green children were probably orphaned heirs to some wealth and were poisoned with arsenic by unscrupulous guardians and left to die in the forest.

 

Historical Speculations

Expanding on the medical condition theory that is chlorosis, Paul Harris wrote in Fortean Studies (4) (1998) of his speculation that the green children were Flemish orphans, possibly from a nearby place known as Fornham St. Martin, which was separated from Woolpit by the River Lark. He drew support from the historical persecution of Flemish immigrants during the reign of King Henry II where many were killed near Bury St. Edmunds. He further hypothesised that if the children had fled into Thetford Forest, it may have seemed like permanent twilight to the frightened siblings and it was their entry into one of the many underground mine passages in that area which finally led them to Woolpit. He also rationalised that their strange garments and language were actually the distinct Flemish clothing and dialect.

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Thetford Forest

However, this theory requires a significant shift in the timelines stated in the two earliest written records on the green children of Woolpit. It is also quite hard to reconcile geographically. In addition to the absence of records of any underground passages connecting Thetford Forest and Woolpit, documents reflect that the flint mines were mainly confined to the area of Thetford Forest. Moreover, Thetford Forest is almost 50 kilometres from Woolpit and it would have been nearly impossible for two malnourished children to cover that distance successfully on foot, given the harsh conditions of that era, even if there were underground passages.

Furthermore, many find it quite difficult to believe that not a single villager, including Sir Richard de Calne who was well-educated and had travelled extensively, had ever seen Flemish clothing or heard the distinct Flemish dialect, especially considering the huge influx of Flemish immigrants at that time.

Some detractors have even ventured that it was implausible for the Flemish to have immigrated with their families on the basis that historically, the Flemish who were persecuted during King Henry II’s reign were not so much immigrants but rather mercenaries who were paid to fight the King.

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Out of this World

The earliest link between the green children of Woolpit with extra-terrestrials dates back to 1621 when Robert Burton suggested in “The Anatomy of Melancholy” that the green children “fell from Heaven.”

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An artistic drawing of the green children of Woolpit with extra-terrestrial influences

This was further expounded by Francis Godwin, the Bishop of Hereford and also a historian, in his speculative fiction “The Man in the Moone” which was published posthumously in 1638.

However, credit for the most elaborate theory involving the green siblings and extra-terrestrials goes to astronomer Duncan Lunan. In his book “Children of the Sky” published in 2012, he hypothesised that the children were part of an extra-terrestrial settlement experiment.

In short, Duncan Lunan ventured that the green children were accidentally expelled from their home planet and beamed to Woolpit following a technical “matter transmitter” malfunction. In line with his extra-terrestrial settlement experiment theory, he further pinpointed the genetically modified alien plants which served as a food source for the planet’s inhabitants as the cause for the children’s greenish complexion.

 

Figment of Social and Psychological Anxiety

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This theory stems from the fact that social and psychological historians have observed increased reports of weird, extraordinary or inexplicable events during times of uncertainty and when there is a weak central powerhouse.

These patterns are symptomatic of the helplessness felt by the citizens due to threats of war or exploitation arising from weak central governance. Hence, such bizarre reports might be fuelled by medieval social anxiety rather than factual grounding.

 

Contemporary Influence

Despite the elusiveness of the truth for centuries now, the green children of Woolpit have been the inspiration for a number of literatures over time across the world. To name but a few:

The Green Child by Herbert Read

The Green Child by Herbert Read

  • 1934: Book titled “The Green Child” adapted by Sir Herbert Read
  • 1965: Book titled “Strange Destines” adapted by John Macklin.
  • 1978: Book titled “Slice of Suffolk” adapted by Bob Roberts.
  • 1980: Book titled “The Girl Green as Elderflower” adapted by Randolph Stow.
  • 1994: Book titled “The Green Children” by Kevin Crossley-Holland and Alan Marks.
  • 2002: Play titled “Wolfpit” by Glenn Maxwell
  • 2012: Book titled “Children of the Sky” by Duncan Lunan
The Green Children by Kevin Crossley-Holland and Alan Marks

The Green Children by Kevin Crossley-Holland and Alan Marks

In fact, they were so popular that they even triggered a Spanish knock-off. In 1887, claims that two green-skinned children speaking an unknown language and dressed in an unidentified material had suddenly appeared in the village of Banjos in Catalonia, Spain, garnered quite a lot of attention.

However, these claims were subsequently debunked primarily because upon investigation, there was no evidence that the village of Banjos had ever existed in Spain.

In addition, there were just too many similarities in the details, bordering on duplication, with the medieval legend of the green children of Woolpit as recorded by Ralph of Coggeshall and William of Newburgh.

 

Conclusion

Regardless of whether the green children of Woolpit are a part of cultural folklore, a testament to the existence of extra-terrestrial beings or a sensationalised version of an actual occurrence, they continue to mystify people over the centuries. In fact, many have attempted to track down Agnes Barre’s descendants, if any, to conclusively ascertain if the green children really ever lived. However, any descendants have evaded discovery thus far.

The Green Children of Woolpit continue to capture the imagination, and have inspired many collectibles such as these life-size puppets

The Green Children of Woolpit continue to capture the imagination, and have inspired many collectibles such as these life-size puppets

In this regard, there is strong speculation that the current Earl Ferrars is descended from Agnes Barre, as the de Ferrars family comes from a line that intermarried with a branch of the Devereux family. This branch of the Devereux family included Anne Barre (the daughter of Sir John Barre) by virtue of her marriage to Sir William Devereux in 1351.

That being said, there is also conflicting evidence to suggest that Agnes Barre might not have gotten married after all. Records giving specific clues as to the identity of Agnes Barre’s spouse vaguely state that she married a senior ambassador to King Henry II. Based on the timeline, the only traceable senior ambassador bearing the Barre name was Richard Barre, who was chancellor to King Henry II, archdeacon of Ely and a royal justice. Taking into account that Richard Barre retired around 1202 to become an Austin canon at Leicester, it is highly unlikely that he could have married Agnes Barre.

From the look of things, the green children of Woolpit are likely to remain an intriguing enigma for a very long time, if not forever.

 


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  1. Liang Jing on May 27, 2018 at 10:43 pm

    This article is very interesting. I do believe the existence of the Green Children, because it’s recorded in the history. It is interesting for there is such a being looked like human and green in colour, I had only seen creatures in blue colour in “Avatar” and “The Smurfs”only.

    Thank You Rinpoche for sharing this article and Cindy jiejie for writing this article.[ >w<]

  2. Wai Meng Wan on Apr 22, 2018 at 12:41 am

    Green Children, is not something one will miss for sure. Its a shame we will never really know who were these children and where they came from, but this is a very interesting story. Thank you Cindy.

  3. Giovanni Marotta on Mar 14, 2018 at 2:34 am

    Great research of paranormal activity back in the 12th century. Thank you Rinpoche and Cindy for sharing the “Green Children of Woolpit Case”.

  4. Anne Ong on Mar 12, 2018 at 9:23 pm

    Interesting, mysterious and intriguing. Like something out of a fairy tale. Thank you Rinpoche and Cindy for this nice write up😍👍

  5. Samfoonheei on Mar 12, 2018 at 11:46 am

    Weird , sound interesting of these two strange children were found near the village of Woolpit, England in the 12th century. There were many stories, legends, folklores behind these two children of unusual skin colour . Some even thought of whether they are aliens and so forth. The children, brother and sister, were of generally normal appearance except for the green and spoke an unknown language. They were sported in strange clothing, and only ate raw beans. Strange …….no one knows where they are from. Many historians and ethnologists thought the strange tale to be a product of the rich imagination of English. Till now the mystery is still unanswered . Despite all these, the green children of Woolpit has inspired many writers across the world to write literature books . Thank you Rinpoche and Cindy Hew for this interesting sharing.

  6. Datuk May on Mar 10, 2018 at 5:15 pm

    Unsolved intrigues, mysteries, folk lore and interesting occurrences in the past have always brought theories of speculation on “WHAT HAPPENED?” and “WHAT DID IT MEAN”.

    With the progress of time and the thoughts of the people then existing in different times and eras, their thoughts are very well explained in this article which recalls an occurrence in the 12 century BC about a couple of Green Siblings.

    In this article there are historical information of Woolpit, England, theories about the Green Siblings both medical and cultural through time of 12th century to this day.

    Mysteries and unexplained events of the world are of paramount interest to most people and thank you, H.E the 25th Tsem Rinpoche and Cindy for this piece of history.

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Is This a Photograph of the Buddha?

by Pastor Niral Patel | Jun 29, 2017

(By Tsem Rinpoche) A curious, yet ethereal photograph of Lord Buddha has been in circulation for quite some time. Supposedly a photograph taken of Siddhartha Gautama, also known as...

The Sound of Light

by Phng Li Kim | Feb 25, 2017

In this episode, I explore how sound and light affect the environment and also our daily lives. I have with me, in this episode, a radiant energy scientist, a...

Sleep Paralysis – Medical or Paranormal?

by Admin | Sep 16, 2016

Sleep paralysis or more commonly known in Chinese as ‘鬼压床’ is one of the most common paranormal encounters. Hence, most people would have experienced some form of sleep paralysis...

Kuchisake Onna

by Admin | Sep 9, 2016

Dear friends, From a young age, I have always been intrigued by Kuchisake Onna, the Slit-Mouthed Woman from Japanese folklore. Originally I didn’t know her name or that she...

Black Eyed Child

by Admin | Aug 12, 2016

Dear friends, Black Eyed Children or Black Eyed Kids (BEKs) is another group of paranormal entities triggered my interest and prompted me to find out more since I learned...

Valak – The Conjuring 2 Demon?

by Admin | Aug 6, 2016

Dear friends, Recently, there has been a huge craze about a horror movie called The Conjuring 2. Yes! I am a self-professed horror junkie although I am also really...

Malaysian Ghosts: Orang Minyak

by Cindy Hew | May 12, 2018

Of the many types of Malaysian ghost, one of the most perplexing is the Orang Minyak, literally translated as ‘Oily Man’. However, the exact nature of the Orang Minyak...

The Power of Sak Yant

by Phng Li Kim | Dec 19, 2017

For this episode, I flew to Bangkok to discover the mystery behind the Sak Yant (spiritual tattoo). My mission was to learn more about the purpose of the sak...

Mystical Magic and Medical Science

by Phng Li Kim | Aug 28, 2017

In Yogyakarta, I visited Hospital Nur Hidayah where not too long ago, a young woman caused quite a stir. When the woman in question, Supiyati, arrived at the hospital,...

10 Creepy Mysteries You Haven’t Heard Of

by Tsem Rinpoche | May 21, 2011

Mysteries are always interesting to read about. Not only does it make our day a little less mundane, but it also help us to open our mind and contemplate...

The Burning Times

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 18, 2011

The 6-part film below is called “The Burning Times”. It explains what went on during the period from 1450 to 1700. That period of time in history is actually...

Witches

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 6, 2011

Below are videos that I have found on witches. They are very very good and very informative… interesting and you would enjoy watching. Also learn a lot about bias,...

Valak – The Conjuring 2 Demon?

by Admin | Aug 6, 2016

Dear friends, Recently, there has been a huge craze about a horror movie called The Conjuring 2. Yes! I am a self-professed horror junkie although I am also really...

Must Watch: The Paranormal Zone on NTV7

by Tsem Rinpoche | Sep 20, 2012

The Paranormal Zone official launch!! Congrats to Celebrity Host Ms. Li Kim!!   Last night, The Paranormal Zone had their official launch party! It was an invitation-only event, held at...

The Mysterious Monsters – narrated by Peter Graves

by Tsem Rinpoche | May 22, 2012

Dear Everyone, Another favorite video of mine narrated by Peter Graves. He does a good job as he seems convinced in what he is narrating. I wish I can...

Psychic Kids (4)

by Tsem Rinpoche | Aug 31, 2010

Another episode of Psychic Kids I thought my friends would enjoy. Notice how the senior psychics train up the younger ones. Reminds me of the Monastery where senior monks...

Celebrity Ghost Stories (7)

by Tsem Rinpoche | Aug 1, 2010

Here’s another wonderful selection of supernatural encounters by celebrities. I find these neat as they show that people from all walks of life have experiences. Have a watch, learn...

Celebrities Ghost Stories (4) and Psychic Kids (2)

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 4, 2010

Another dosage of great accounts of the supernatural that gives you a break and also helps you to ponder deeper on mysteries not visible to everyone yet exists. DO...

Celebrities Ghost Stories 2 & 3

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jun 26, 2010

Hello, This is your latest dose of Celebrity Ghosts. I hope you enjoy. Tsem Rinpoche   Part 2   Part 3   Note: All articles published on the blog...

Psychic Kids

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jun 11, 2010

Dear Everyone, Since I was very young I’ve had a huge interest in the paranormal, Tibet, magic, mysteries, bigfoot, lochness, Findhorn, UfOs, Nazca lines, spirits, Salem, Easter Island, dowsing,...

Malaysian Ghosts: Orang Minyak

by Cindy Hew | May 12, 2018

Of the many types of Malaysian ghost, one of the most perplexing is the Orang Minyak, literally translated as ‘Oily Man’. However, the exact nature of the Orang Minyak...

The Duality of Doppelgangers

by Cindy Hew | Mar 31, 2018

In general, people are either weirded out or fascinated by the possibility that we have at least one likeness out there amongst the over-seven billion people in the world...

The Intriguing Green Children of Woolpit

by Cindy Hew | Mar 10, 2018

(by Tsem Rinpoche and Cindy Hew) In current times, the phrase “little green men” brings to mind alien beings from outer space, reminiscent of the hype surrounding flying saucers...

The Mysterious Vault B Door at Padmanabhaswamy Temple

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 14, 2018

Dear friends around the world, I have always been a big fan of spiritual, metaphysical, mystical, historical and paranormal related subjects. I even have a special section on this...

The Mysterious Dark Watchers

by Tsem Rinpoche | Oct 24, 2017

Dear friends around the world, As most of you will know, I have always been attracted to tales of supernatural creatures and cryptids like Bigfoot, faeries, aliens, trolls, little...

The Mysterious Bermuda Triangle

by Cindy Hew | Jul 17, 2017

Mind boggling disappearances of ships and aircrafts – this is what immediately comes to mind at the mere mention of the Bermuda Triangle. Its reputation is so notorious that...

Werewolves: The Shapeshifters

by Cindy Hew | Apr 27, 2017

Commonly associated with the full moon and silver bullets, lycanthropes or werewolves are said to be humans with a mysterious ability to morph into actual wolves or wolf-like creatures...

The Balan-Balan

by Phng Li Kim | Apr 14, 2017

My adventures in Sabah are kept alive in Kota Belud – a place where the natives are firm believers of paganism and the practice of dark magic since hundreds...

Kuchisake Onna

by Admin | Sep 9, 2016

Dear friends, From a young age, I have always been intrigued by Kuchisake Onna, the Slit-Mouthed Woman from Japanese folklore. Originally I didn’t know her name or that she...

Legends of Mount Shasta

by Pastor David Lai | Sep 1, 2016

In the language of the Karuk natives, Mt Shasta is known as Úytaahkoo or ‘White Mountain’. It is an active volcano located at the southern tip of the Cascade...

Reincarnation Videos YOU MUST WATCH!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Apr 24, 2015

Nov 28, 2012 (By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear friends, I wanted to share this videos with you for the longest time and happy I can do so now. Learn, ponder...

Can you believe in this?

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 11, 2014

I have always had an interest in mythology and folklore... about mysterious occurrences or beings that were described in books, or from stories shared by our family and friends...

The Mysterious Bermuda Triangle

by Cindy Hew | Jul 17, 2017

Mind boggling disappearances of ships and aircrafts – this is what immediately comes to mind at the mere mention of the Bermuda Triangle. Its reputation is so notorious that...

Legends of Mount Shasta

by Pastor David Lai | Sep 1, 2016

In the language of the Karuk natives, Mt Shasta is known as Úytaahkoo or ‘White Mountain’. It is an active volcano located at the southern tip of the Cascade...

Reincarnation Videos YOU MUST WATCH!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Apr 24, 2015

Nov 28, 2012 (By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear friends, I wanted to share this videos with you for the longest time and happy I can do so now. Learn, ponder...

Nazca Lines – Another Sign of Paranormal Activity?

by Tsem Rinpoche | Oct 4, 2011

Have you ever wondered how the Nazca Lines are made? Are they man made or is there something else behind its creation that we might not know of...

SUPERMOON

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jun 11, 2011

On March 19th… You may be surprised by what you will see or have seen… For the first time in 18 years, the moon will swing around Earth very...

Just What Are Sailing Stones?

by Tsem Rinpoche | Mar 6, 2011

Look at these pictures and let your imagination try to figure out how this came to pass. Stones in the middle of nowhere that leave trails behind them, yet...

Psychic Kids (4)

by Tsem Rinpoche | Aug 31, 2010

Another episode of Psychic Kids I thought my friends would enjoy. Notice how the senior psychics train up the younger ones. Reminds me of the Monastery where senior monks...

Kid Painter is Mini Monet

by Tsem Rinpoche | Aug 22, 2010

Kid geniuses are people who were good in something in another life and they from a young age without or with very little training can do something beyond your belief system...

Celebrities Ghost Stories (4) and Psychic Kids (2)

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 4, 2010

Another dosage of great accounts of the supernatural that gives you a break and also helps you to ponder deeper on mysteries not visible to everyone yet exists. DO...

Psychic Kids

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jun 11, 2010

Dear Everyone, Since I was very young I’ve had a huge interest in the paranormal, Tibet, magic, mysteries, bigfoot, lochness, Findhorn, UfOs, Nazca lines, spirits, Salem, Easter Island, dowsing,...

Ancient Chinese Earthquake Detector

by Tsem Rinpoche | Oct 13, 2016

I have always been interested in ancient civilisations such as China, Egypt and Mesopotamia as they reflect the sophistication and advancements of the people at that time. Although people...

Sleep Paralysis – Medical or Paranormal?

by Admin | Sep 16, 2016

Sleep paralysis or more commonly known in Chinese as ‘鬼压床’ is one of the most common paranormal encounters. Hence, most people would have experienced some form of sleep paralysis...

Legends of Mount Shasta

by Pastor David Lai | Sep 1, 2016

In the language of the Karuk natives, Mt Shasta is known as Úytaahkoo or ‘White Mountain’. It is an active volcano located at the southern tip of the Cascade...

China builds world’s largest radio telescope to hunt for aliens

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 5, 2016

Dear friends around the world, It is interesting that China is looking for extraterrestrial communications. China is really catching up on all fields of interest. Take a read. Tsem...

Einstein on Buddhism

by Tsem Rinpoche | Nov 9, 2015

Dear friends around the world, I came across this interesting article recently and thought that it’d be nice to share it on my blog. People would often pick science...

Initial DNA analysis of Paracas elongated skull released

by Tsem Rinpoche | Oct 24, 2014

Initial DNA analysis of Paracas elongated skull released – with incredible results 5 February, 2014 – 13:47 by April Holloway Paracas is a desert peninsula located within the Pisco...

Guess what was found!!!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 18, 2012

I have interests in many subjects. I just don’t have enough time in the day to get deeper into many of the subjects that captures my mind. One of...

Top 10 Space Mysteries

by Tsem Rinpoche | Mar 9, 2011

In something as big as the universe, there are bound to be unexplainable phenomena... and things we truly can’t grasp. The universe shows us how small we really are...

Resurrecting Mammoths

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 17, 2011

Researchers aim to resurrect mammoth in five years By Agence France-Presse | Updated: 1/17/2011 Japanese researchers will launch a project this year to resurrect the long-extinct mammoth by using...

A Planet discovered that could have life…..

by Tsem Rinpoche | Sep 30, 2010

Imagine there are 40 BILLION planets out there that can support life in our universe… Wow… There has to be other life forms. The mathematical chances is beyond doubt...

Into The Universe With Stephen Hawking – Time Travel

by Tsem Rinpoche | Aug 25, 2010

Watch enlightening documentaries online! Into The Universe With Stephen Hawking – Time Travel (2010).The promise of time travel has long been one of the worlds favorite scientific what-ifs? Hawking...

Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking – The Story Of Everything

by Tsem Rinpoche | Aug 25, 2010

Watch enlightening documentaries online! Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking – The Story Of Everything (2010) In two mind-blowing hours, Hawking reveals the wonders of the cosmos to a...

A Statue that came with Something Else

by Tsem Rinpoche | May 27, 2012

When we toy with the supernatural, we can expect the resultant effect coming back to us. Whether it is a good or bad effect depends on our motivation, and...

Paranormal Experiences Occur Everywhere – Part 2!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 8, 2012

In the late 80’s, I was a university student in Essex, England. I was living in a student hostel at the university ground. The hostel was a high-rise building...

Paranormal Experiences Occur Everywhere – Part 1!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 3, 2012

I like Steven Wong's stories very much as it shows that spirits and unseen beings are actually not restricted to specific areas like cemeteries or abandoned houses. Instead, they...

Bukit Antarabangsa Hauntings

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 2, 2012

Remember the Bukit Antarabangsa Landslide in 2008? What about the Highland Towers apartment building which collapsed in 1993? I am sure that you know many died during those two...

The Shadow On My Bed

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 18, 2012

More and more people are sharing their paranormal experiences with us, and I thank Mr. Michael Moore for sharing with us a very kind and sincere story... can you...

A Relieving Experience

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 17, 2012

Some people encounter with spirits directly and have disturbing experiences with the unseen whilst there are others who experience it very differently, where they feel that the incident has...

A swirl at the foot of my bed

by Tsem Rinpoche | Nov 24, 2011

  Perhaps Paranormal: Two night ago in the middle of the night in my hotel room, I woke up and noticed a dark swirling ‘entity’ that was not exactly...

The Lady in Red

by Admin | Sep 5, 2011

The two men disappeared into the woods and came out on the other side. They walked very fast without saying a word to one another. Finally, they stopped at...

The Paranormal Zone: Ghost Marriages

by Phng Li Kim | Aug 5, 2017

For this episode, I travelled to Taiwan to visit a temple dedicated to unmarried women who had passed on. I could not understand why a temple needed to be...

The Balan-Balan

by Phng Li Kim | Apr 14, 2017

My adventures in Sabah are kept alive in Kota Belud – a place where the natives are firm believers of paganism and the practice of dark magic since hundreds...

Jean Ai

by Tsem Rinpoche | Apr 12, 2012

Thailand is known for their terrifying horror movies and you know what people say...where there is smoke, there is fire so when Jean Ai went to Bangkok to work...

JP Revisited

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 21, 2012

Whilst the Chinese have practised ancestral worship for centuries, for most people a visit to the graves of their forefathers stops there. A few offerings and some flowers, and...

David Lai

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 13, 2012

Quiet and unassuming, on first appearance David Lai does not come across as a person who has paranormal experiences. As they say however, looks can be deceiving...

JP

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 7, 2012

Facing college life in a new city, JP Thong had no idea what awaited him when he moved thousands of miles away from home to New York, where he...

Till I See Blood

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 2, 2012

After sleepless nights in Bangkok, Angel finally fell asleep, only to find herself struggling for her breath as she was rudely awakened by an unseen stranger. Feeling pressed down...

CJ

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 18, 2012

Many of us have heard that some people have the ability to see the dead and many of us have heard of the movie 'The Sixth Sense'. For 16...

Edward

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 10, 2012

There are many children around the world who tell their parents that they see dark figures. Most of the time, their parents would brush them off and tell them...

Snake Spirit

by Tsem Rinpoche | Dec 13, 2011

This week, I share with you a story that relates to the time when I was residing in southern Thailand. I stayed there for about a month to do...

Burmese Temple & Floating Heads

by Tsem Rinpoche | Nov 17, 2011

In this episode, we have exclusive rights to film at one of the most exotic locations in Malaysia at night: The Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple. Founded on 1st August...

Red Face

by Tsem Rinpoche | Nov 1, 2011

This week, I share with all of you 2 paranormal stories. The first relates to the filming location: Shih Chung Branch School. Around 1885, the very first 5-storey bungalow in Penang...

Flatwoods Monster: Close Encounter of the Third Kind?

by Cindy Hew | Nov 25, 2017

If you were in Flatwoods in Braxton Country, West Virginia around September 1952, chances are you would have been caught up in the hype surrounding the first sighting of...

Legends of Mount Shasta

by Pastor David Lai | Sep 1, 2016

In the language of the Karuk natives, Mt Shasta is known as Úytaahkoo or ‘White Mountain’. It is an active volcano located at the southern tip of the Cascade...

They are Everywhere

by Tsem Rinpoche | Nov 14, 2011

Whether we believe in aliens or not, it is undeniable that the thought of other beings existing in places unknown to mankind yet is interesting...

Foreign Visitor in the Amazon!!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Nov 14, 2011

Alien enthusiasts are always eager to find the latest alien discovery or encounters. Over the years, hundreds of media releases turn out to be hoaxes… It’s difficult to figure...

Spotted in a Sandstorm

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 21, 2011

I received an interesting email from Philip Yong, which shows some live CNN footage of a sandstorm also known as a “Haboob”. What’s interesting to note about this live...

A HUGE Collection of UFO Photographs from 1870 to 2011

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 3, 2011

  I was sent an email with a link to one of the most interesting websites on UFOs: UFOCasebook.com! This website contains A LOT of information in the form...

Top 10 Space Mysteries

by Tsem Rinpoche | Mar 9, 2011

In something as big as the universe, there are bound to be unexplainable phenomena... and things we truly can’t grasp. The universe shows us how small we really are...

Astronauts & Military Men Speak

by Tsem Rinpoche | Feb 16, 2011

There are 2 videos below that are of UFOs. These are probably 2 of the most convincing videos on UFOs so far. This is mostly because the presenters are...

They’re Sighted Everywhere

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jan 31, 2011

This YouTube video was forwarded to me by Shirley Tan. It is of a UFO sighting on the 18th of January in Moscow, Russia. The video was taken from...

Second UFO sighting baffles China & Malaysia

by Tsem Rinpoche | Sep 24, 2010

Another unidentified flying object (UFO) has been spotted hovering over a part in southwestern China’s Chongqing province after a similar sighting last week caused massive flight delays at a...

More UFO videos from China!!! Very Convincing!!!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 29, 2010

You have to watch these neat videos. They are very convincing. I copy and pasted the information below just so you have more to go on and understand. Enjoy...

Unsolved Mysteries – UFO’s & Me…

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jun 14, 2010

Since I was very young, I was naturally drawn to phenomena that was not accepted by ‘mainstream’ public. That didn’t bother me. I was always the type of person...

Reincarnation Videos YOU MUST WATCH!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Apr 24, 2015

Nov 28, 2012 (By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear friends, I wanted to share this videos with you for the longest time and happy I can do so now. Learn, ponder...

Pastor Chia on Wah Lai Toi!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Dec 29, 2012

Pastor Chia, a long time student of mine appeared on TV recently. He was interviewed by a Paranormal Program on Astro Wah Lai Toi. It is so exciting to...

Inhuman Entity caught on film

by Tsem Rinpoche | Aug 30, 2012

See this episode. It is very good. Very interesting! Look at 5:01 and see an inhuman entity caught on film. Very interesting how these beings can be caught on...

Bigfoot Proven?? Must Watch!!!

by Tsem Rinpoche | May 22, 2012

American Paranormal is a one year old series on the National Geographic channel. They kicked-off their new series in 2010 with a documentary on Bigfoot!! This documentary uses thorough...

The Mysterious Monsters – narrated by Peter Graves

by Tsem Rinpoche | May 22, 2012

Dear Everyone, Another favorite video of mine narrated by Peter Graves. He does a good job as he seems convinced in what he is narrating. I wish I can...

Foreign Visitor in the Amazon!!

by Tsem Rinpoche | Nov 14, 2011

Alien enthusiasts are always eager to find the latest alien discovery or encounters. Over the years, hundreds of media releases turn out to be hoaxes… It’s difficult to figure...

Ancient Aliens – Season 1 to Season 3

by Tsem Rinpoche | Sep 16, 2011

Ancient Aliens is a series that launched their first episode on 20 April 2010. The series proposes various evidence around the theory that sometime within the existence of human civilization,...

League of Gentlemen visit ‘haunted’ Gloucestershire pub

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 21, 2011

Below is an article that my student, Shirley Tan, sent me. It is about a popular group of British comedians who decided to brave potential scares in a haunted...

Who are the Freemasons?

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 3, 2011

The Freemasons are known to be very secretive and according to some people, almost cult-like. Cult is a very subjective word of course. Although I do not know much....

Are angels ancient aliens??

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 3, 2011

Many of us believe in angels. 70% of Americans, believe in the existence of angels… 55% of Americans believe in guardian angels. It is said that every day, one...

Ancient Aliens: The Return

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 3, 2011

“The Return” is the last episode of Season 1 of the Ancient Aliens series. In the 20th century there was evidence that we were still being visited by alien...

Ancient Aliens: The Mission (episode 4)

by Tsem Rinpoche | Jul 3, 2011

If we can make expeditions in search of resources to sustain our culture, wouldn't any other life form who needs resources to survive do the exact same thing by...

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