Vatican Publishes Third Secret of Fatima – Or Does It?

June 26, 2000
The Vatican today published what is purported to be the Third Secret of Fatima. The "secret" included vague references to some sort of apocalyptic vision, but the Vatican said that the events appeared to have already happened. Why the Church... continued

Dreamland Goes to Four Hours

June 21, 2000
Effective with the June 25 show, Dreamland is going to a four-hour format. The new time will be 6-10 Pacific Coast Time. Thanks for all your support and enthusiasm! NOTE: This news story, previously published on our old site, will... continued

Second Quake in 4 Days Hits Iceland

June 21, 2000
Iceland has experienced two significant earthquakes in the past four days. The second quake, which occurred shortly after midnight on Wednesday, was felt throughout the island and measured 6.6 on the Richter scale. Iceland, which is volcanically active, experiences many... continued

New Live Cameras Watching Popocatapetl

June 20, 2000
Mexico's Popocatapetl volcano has been active recently, with numerous explosions of ash and gasses being ejected as high as thirty thousand feet.The Mexican Geophysical Institue has put up an excellent volcano monitoring page with two live views of the volcano,... continued

Earthquake Activity Continues to Pick up Worldwide

June 20, 2000
In the past few days, earthquakes have been feld in Taiwan, the Philippines, Iceland, Spain and New England. An enormous quake struck the Indian Ocean. This quake, 120 nautical miles sse of Bantam in the Cocos Islands, reached 7.5 on... continued

Explosive Jim Marrs Story on the JFK-UFO Connection

June 18, 2000
Researcher Jim Marrs, one of the leading experts on the Kennedy assassination, has published an article about the JFK-UFO connection, revealing that Kennedy was aware of the UFO issue and concerned about it. Marrs details numerous points of connection between... continued

NOAA Reports Hottest US Spring On Record. Heatwaves Worldwide

June 10, 2000
The National Climatic Data Center reported yesterday that meteorological spring - March through May - averaged 55.5 degrees Fahrenheit over theUnited States. That's 0.4 degrees warmer than the previous record, set in 1910. The agency also noted that the United... continued

Updated Hurricane Forecast: Continued Above Average Activity

June 10, 2000
The highly regarded forecast team led by Dr. William Gray at Colorado State University's Department of Atmospheric Sciences issued an updated forecast for the 2000 hurricane season on June 7. Previous forecasts had called for moderating hurricane activity in the... continued

Strong Geomagnetic Storms on the Way

June 7, 2000
An official Space Weather Advisory issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as Space Weather Bulletin #6 at 12:28PM MDT on June 6, 2000 states that a large solar flare resulted in a very powerful coronal ejection. This mass... continued

Three Major Volcanoes Active

June 6, 2000
Mt. Etna in Italy, Mt. Popopocatapetl in Mexico, and Mt. Cameroon in the Cameroons have all experienced activity in recent days (June 7, 2000). Mt. Popocatapetl ejected ash to 18,000 feet on May 23, 2000, then again on June 6,... continued