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Did Whitley Strieber Steal Alien Greys and Other Ideas from Aleister Crowley?

It is not uncommon for artists of varying practices to “steal” the work of others for their own merit. Let’s be honest, Picasso didn’t famously say “good artists borrow but great artists steal” without reason! Every artist is influenced by what has been before. But was the cultural phenomenon of the “grey alien”, with its unnatural, eerie features, made famous ...

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Homemade ‘Alien’ Scrap Metal Motorcycle

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This remarkable motorbike looks like it’s straight out of a film set – but remarkably an artist has made it out of spare parts. The Bangkok worker used recycled materials from old cars and bicycles to create a monster machine which is sculpted to look like a beast. Despite being cobbled together from scrap parts, the spectacular motorcycle works – ...

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ASTROBIOLOGISTS NOT EXPECTING TO FIND ‘GRAY ALIENS’

ASTROBIOLOGISTS NOT EXPECTING TO FIND ‘GRAY ALIENS’

The most enduring symbol of extraterrestrial life has to be the gray alien. With a vaguely humanoid body and strangely elongated features, grays are just human enough to be unnerving to most individuals and have, for the most part, replaced the idea of little green men from Mars. Some people feel that this depiction of life is ridiculous and might even disprove various close ...

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Prometheus: Alien origins:The skeleton beneath the exoskeleton (4 of 8)

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A gigantic ship hovers over a horseshoe-shaped waterfall (the shape echoes the form of another ship earthlings will stumble upon in the future), while a large, powdery-white humanoid stands on the precipice and, ritualistically, drinks from an ornate vessel. He begins to dissolve from the inside, and tumbles into the river below, where his DNA swirls in the currents, giving ...

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Prometheus: Alien origins:The skeleton beneath the exoskeleton (3 of 8)

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 “Prometheus” has a talented cast, too — especially Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, Idris Elba, Charlize Theron, Guy Pearce, Logan Marshall-Green (a dead ringer for a thinner Tom Hardy with the same purdy mouth). And yet, some of the characters aren’t even given a chance to register — especially the two pilots (their one bit of business is they keep making bets with each other) and a disposable geologist and ...

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UFOs and Aliens in Ancient Art

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The earliest depictions of aliens and UFOs are those carved on a mountain in Hunan, China. They are said to be dated 47,000 years old, which puts them in the time span of the Neanderthal man, predating Homo-sapiens. These paintings seem to suggest early encounters with unknown beings and, perhaps, visitations from extraterrestrial. The further back you go in time, the ...

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‘Dominion: Dinosaurs vs. Aliens’ Is Far Smarter Than You Think (PART 3 OF 3)

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  Wired: Grant, any thoughts on the transmedia approach? Between the comics, the motion comics and the films and planned sequels, you’ve got lots of irons in the fire. Morrison: The various transmedia approaches all derive from the same basic world we’ve created. But I think they should all offer a slightly different take on the material. In the way ...

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‘Dominion: Dinosaurs vs. Aliens’ Is Far Smarter Than You Think (PART 1 OF 3)

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Tackling stimulating subjects like mass extinction and resource wars with nary a human character in sight, Grant Morrison and Barry Sonnenfeld’s Dominion: Dinosaurs vs. Aliens is a cerebral sci-fi experiment that’s far more ambitious than it sounds. In other words, the cross-platform project — with comics, motion comics and a movie trilogy in the works — is the opposite of ...

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