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People love to believe in strange and unexplained phenomena, legends and the paranormal etc. And there is no shortage of authors, pseudo-scientists and charlatans who provide the stories. Unbelievable stories of the paranormal that would make a skeptical and rational person shake their heads in incredulous amazement. But these authors have tens of thousands of loyal followers who spend millions of dollars purchasing their hard-to-prove books, DVD’s and other products. Humans want to believe, and they strongly believe without any empirical evidence whatsoever. I don’t want to offend anybody, but does organized religions and cults come to mind?
The endless ghost hunting shows on TV that deliver no evidence, and when pseudo evidence is brought forth, it can always be debunked by any skeptic worth his salt. Monster stories like the Jersey Devil, werewolves in Wisconsin and underground space alien bases in Colorado, all have believers that are so convinced it is true they break into cold sweats when trying to sleep. Other monsters like lake creatures and Bigfoot are a different story, there are many witnesses, some video footage and in the case of Bigfoot, very hard to disprove footprint evidence. UFO’s are also a mysterious phenomenon that has some very compelling evidence associated with it. IE. radar images.
The radio program Coast to Coast with George Noory covers every corner of the paranormal universe. From time to time the show brings on real investigators that are looking for the truth. However, most of the time the ‘experts’ brought on the air have fantastical and outrageous propositions with no proof whatsoever. And they all have books and DVD’s to sell. Below are blurbs from the show describing the subject matter that will be discussed that night and from past shows.
In the first half, scientist and researcher Michael Tellinger discussed evidence for the Anunnaki, an ancient ET race he believes created humanity through genetic tinkering to serve as slaves for their gold mining operations. As evidence for the Annunaki’s presence, he cited the massive number of ancient stone circles found in South Africa, and Zimbabwe, which date back at least 300,000 years. The circles vary in size from 15 feet across to 450 ft. and Tellinger believes they originally functioned as energy generating devices, though in more recent times some of them have been converted into dwellings.
Why hasn’t National Geographic or Archeological Digest reported on this?
Professional game tester and proprietary software trainer Mark K. Sargent will discuss his breakthrough work on the Enclosed Earth Theory. He’ll outline the visible physical clues that point to the idea that Earth is actually a “Truman Show” type contained system stretching thousands of miles wide. He’ll also share data from Admiral Byrd’s expeditions which reveal evidence that Byrd discovered a hollow Earth which is actually a giant dome-like structure.
In the first half, emotional clearing expert, practicing exorcist, and professional psychic Jeffrey Seelman discussed his work with negative and demonic spirits, how they manifest destructive forces and take residence in individuals and dwellings, and what it takes to purge them. Lately, he’s been focusing on teaching people to protect themselves from unseen accumulated negative energies which can be present in such places as homes, schools, and work environments. Negative energies are not alive in the way that spirits are, but they can still cast a dampening affect, he explained.
Retired U.S. Air Force pilot Donald M. Ware spoke about the shadow world government, Inner Earth, ET agendas, Atlantis, and secret histories. He cited that the NRO (National Reconnaissance Office) among other agencies is behind the shadow government, and that they control and manage much that the public is unaware of such as bases on the moon, and Mars, as well as undersea and underground facilities here on Earth, that are inhabited by a hidden advanced society. 50,000 Germans escaped at the end of the WWII and many of them went to South America and hidden facilities, Ware contended.
In the latter half, psychic medium, teacher, and motivational speaker Sunny Dawn Johnston talked about her communications with angels, guides, and loved ones who have crossed over, and outlined the various ways to make contact with the Other Side including seances. Seance comes from a French word meaning to sit. The idea behind a seance is to call in or invite the energy of the spirit world, and receive messages in order to provide closure or understanding for the living, she detailed. Deceased spirits can make contact regardless of whether they’ve “crossed over,” as aspects of their soul do not dissipate, she added.
Erich von Däniken cited ancient texts from India that referred to three gigantic “cities” that surrounded our planet like stars. A war in the heavens took place and two of the cities were destroyed by massive weapons, he recounted. Regarding the ancient Nazca Lines in Peru– massive drawings whose designs can only be discerned by air, he pointed out that satellite technology has revealed other huge pictographs around the globe, in such locations as northeast Jordan, South Africa, and Russia.
John Herlosky defined remote viewing as a scientifically validated form of ESP which allows a viewer to extend his consciousness in space and time to observe persons, places, and events outside of normal modes of perception and undiminished by shielding or distance. Herlosky traced a brief history of how the CIA became involved in psychic spying. “They found after experimentation that there was something to this, that it could actually be used as an intelligence asset,” he explained. According to Herlosky, although no one knows why or how it works, remote viewing is a real human ability innate to everyone.
In the first half, guest host Dave Schrader welcomed voice natural direct sensitive, Joe Who, for a discussion on his lifelong ability to hear people’s voices, and see inside their lives and past history. According to Who, all that’s required to connect with a person is to hear his or her first name and birth month. “When I hear a person’s voice I start to see things behind my eyes… it’s kind of like reading a teleprompter [that shows words and colors],” he explained.
Who’s off first on this one, he’s out to left field.
In the first half, constitutional attorney and president of The Rutherford Institute, John Whitehead, talked about the rise of the police state in the United States. America has become plagued by bureaucracy, secrecy, perpetual wars, militarization, and surveillance, he declared. Essentially, we’ve become a nation of suspects, and the citizenry has very little recourse against any kind of action by the police, he said. By “police” he includes various kinds of law enforcement such as Homeland Security and FBI agents, who have SWAT teams, and use hollow point bullets (which explode on contact).
Appearing during the third hour, researcher Richard Sauder spoke about underwater bases associated with UFOs, as well as the secret government, and a coming economic implosion. The late investigator and cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson concluded that underwater UFOs were real and operated by undersea inhabitants, said Sauder, who added that Lake Erie is a hotspot for such activity. There are underground salt deposits in the lake area, which are easier to drill into and create caverns than regular rock, he explained. Intriguingly, he also suggested that the underground bases may be connected with time travel, as water has many unusual properties and it may somehow facilitate the malleability of time.
Underwater UFO bases and time travel! Sign me up!!
Mixing together an examination of legends and fairy tales, as well as modern sightings, author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed his latest work on little people or elves, as well as giants. “It’s my contention that truly the gates of Hell are opening now, or have opened, and the supernatural phenomena that people are experiencing is only getting worse,” he commented, adding that he connected creatures such as the giants and little people to demonic sexualized entities such as the incubus and succubus. “Whether you’re dealing with the little creatures, or the tricksters, or the goblins… or the djinn, you’re dealing with some of the most malevolent entities,” and some very well-known authors have believed in them such as Arthur Conan Doyle and Robert Louis Stevenson, he cited.