This week on The Gralien Report, it’s time for Thanksgiving again, and in addition to expressing how thankful we are for our friends and listeners, we delve into the latest news, which includes reports about a new hidden chamber beneath the famous Mayan temple of Chichen Itza, as well as a peculiarly shaped space rock that just did a fly-by in our solar system. Each of these might be considered “ancient mysteries” in their own right, but perhaps nothing is more ancient and mysterious than the weird “death cults” of Russia, whose ritual sacrifice of dogs and wolves has led some researchers to believe that their traditions had something to do with werewolves.

However, what’s really been on our mind lately has been an incident that occurred over Oregon recently, involving an unidentified aircraft seen by numerous civilian pilots in broad daylight. The unusual aircraft would not respond to various radio contacts, nor was it easily traced on radar, which resulted in a response from NORAD. Turning our attention to ancient mysteries, we then look at the classic case of the Dogon tribe of North Africa, who strangely appear to have possessed knowledge of Sirius’s companion star, Sirius B, since ancient times. How could they have known this in the pre-astronomical era? We examine this, and more, on this special Thanksgiving edition of The Gralien Report.

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

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