Now that SPS is more formerly collaborating with Meow Wolf to support the House of Eternal Return, it's time to more closely examine what is potentially being unleashed through this work.
Report from SPS Meeting of Researchers (conducted online), April 17, 2020.
It is a common misconception that Galaga is merely a 1981 arcade game consisting of a swarm of alien crafts attacking a lone starship. I am here to tell you that not only is this incorrect, but that the truth is so much more exciting.
In my time at the Selig House so far and stepping into the spaces beyond, I have encountered some strange entities and heard some odd stories. My investigations into the creatures associated with the space have brought me to look into a giant raven, a mastodon skeleton, and more. But none are so strange as the story of a potentially omnipotent being called Wiggy and his cohort (perhaps servant?) named Plotzo.
My theory is this: the origins of much of the strange phenomenon in the Selig House were reportedly sound-based in nature.
The Taos Hum is an unexplained-by-science phenomenon that has bedeviled the citizens of Taos since at least the early 1990s. It has been explained by hearers as a low, steady tone that seems to come from everywhere and nowhere at once. Some find it perplexing, some find it comforting, and still others find that it is only possible that the Hum is paranormal in origin, and it is attempting to communicate with us.
Extremely high-end ultrasonic waves cause minute tears in space-time. These “portals” are usually blink-and-you’ll-miss-them affairs. Most only exist in a sub-microscopic level . . . but sometimes the waves will resonate with each other and cause a much larger “eddy” in spacetime to open.
Theory: At some point in history (perhaps at the moment of the Big Bang or after), our known universe forked into two identical, parallel universes and have evolved separately from that point in time.
My name is Mae Gantz, and I’m a xenolinguistics researcher here to kick off the Society of Peripheral Studies blog with some thoughts on… you guessed it, xenolinguistics, also known as the study of alien language!
Hailing from a cosmic facility known to us as “The Pyramid,” the Charter are the self-appointed guardians of Order, purportedly for the entire universe/multiverse.