August 22nd, 2018 - Austin, Texas
New OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)
The new online catalog is now operational. We've imported the more than 4,300 book records of the many collections housed at the Anomaly Archives. We'll be highlighting those various collections in the near future. For now, try exploring the catalog...
Screenshot of OPAC Landing Page
Screenshot of OPAC Book Page
This week's video is a nice brief promo vid about To-The-Stars-Academy's launch of a TTSA sub-program called A.D.A.M. Research Project that is being run by Austin's own Hal Puthoff. The video features former Pentagon AATIP (Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program) lead, Luis Elizondo, picking up some materials allegedly connected to a UFO sighting or other strange event and his transportation of them across the country to ... Austin, Texas!
New Meetup Group
We've resurrected our Anomaly Archives Meetup.com Group and will soon begin posting information about upcoming get-togethers here at the archive and lending library... and BEYOND!!
Volunteering at the Archives
The past couple of months we've been hosting weekend volunteer opportunities at the Anomaly Archives, inviting interested helpers to come and support our nonprofit community efforts. Folks have been helping us finish setting up our new shelving, organizing the collections, tweaking the online catalog and more. In the near future we'll need many more volunteers to help us staff the Anomaly Archives so that it can finally begin having traditional weekday business hours. If you think you have what it takes to help the Anomaly Archives achieve its operational goals, please give founder SMiles Lewis a call (512-842-9046) or send an email (email@example.com).
You can follow our Volunteer Opportunities at VolunteerMatch.org & GivePulse.com.
Recently, while organizing the books on the shelves at our new location, I was reminded of yet another fantastic collectible within our Robert C. Girard Collection. It seemed serendipitous considering this recent New York Post headlined article,Incredible discovery made inside Great Pyramid of Giza, wherein it states that, "Researchers modeled the distribution of electromagnetic fields inside the pyramid while studying the interactions of electrical waves. Scientists have deduced that the pyramid concentrates this electromagnetic energy in its hidden chambers, which include rooms containing the remains of Pharaoh Khufu and his wife. ... And the team’s analysis shows that the powerful pyramid concentrates electromagnetic energy in its internal chambers." Of course the article goes on to state, "But scientists believe the unusual discovery about the electromagnetic energy in the pyramid is just a coincidence."
Perhaps our book of the week has some insights into this discovery? Well, whatever the quality and veracity of the information held within this week's tome, we're pleased as punch to have it since it is inscribed by the author to none other than classic contactee, George Van Tassel!
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