Monday, October 11, 2010

IT'S UNARIAN WEEK!

In honor of the upcoming Interplanetary Confederation Day on October 15 and the imminent arrival of the space brothers, this week we will be raising our consciousness and celebrating all things Unarius. See ya on the mothership!





A big, big thanks to John Boles (who sent in 5 Unarian tapes!) for making this week possible.

21 comments :

Anonymous said...

Interesting. I didn't know cavemen could speak perfect English.

Ravenhallow said...

Yanno, for a bunch of nutbars, they are at least some loving nutbars. I wish more crazy religions/cults threw around "infinite love" as much as the Unarians do. Kinda makes me warm and fuzzy.

Still insane, though.

Anonymous said...

Is this true?

John said...

The good witch Glinda has really let herself go.

Luke said...

Hey Uriel, how's that landing going for you???

django747 said...

It's some Willy Wonka shit but it makes you feel good.

ThefilmBug said...

Is this like a branch of Scientology? Speaking of which the caveman sort of looked like a retarded Tom Cruise.

Jess said...

Can I be part of the infinite love even though I don't have a southern US accent like the caveman and the evil space lord and the sparkly lady?

The Eagle's Tears said...

Is Uriel related to Dr. Steve Brule? She has something in the way she talks that just screams BRULE!!!

GOD said...

This is just as bad as the movie they play in the Mormon temples!!! Lol

Anonymous said...

it's too bad the year 2001 wasn't that awesome, instead of friendly aliens visiting we got planes flying into towers

Anonymous said...

How exactly do the Power Rangers fit into this mythology?

J.R. Herbaugh said...

It's disappointing that this is basically Christianity.

Anonymous said...

so this is what goes on in Tom Cruise and David Miscavige's bedroom...

Anonymous said...

Wait... the "S" stands for Science? I'm not Stephen Hawking, but I know a little bit about science, and this is not it.

Victor Serge said...

I really like their late 70s animation. CGI makes utopian space fantasies a lot less trippy.

They appear friendlier than the Movementarians.

(the original) Nate said...

Oh the great space landing of 2001.

This is EXACTLY why you make predictions far enough into the future that no one will remember them.

Anonymous said...

Duuude they have weekly streaming lessons on their website. And November 7th they have a lecture entitled 'Robot - Friend or Foe'

There is no force on earth the can keep me from watching this

Richard Whittall said...

Man, do you guys remember the landing? I think it happened on 9/11 so it didn't make the news, but oh what fun it was...

Heather said...

I wonder if "Robot: Friend or Foe" will count toward my continuing education credits. Because that sounds like an integral part of maintaining my massage therapy license.

Anonymous said...

Oh it's all true. I grew up just a few miles from there, and attended a church next door as a kid. I went in a few years ago for a tour, and there are some curious people in there. They believe that members of their group have channeled the likes of Nicola Tesla and DaVinci.