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Sonja Grace: Spirit Traveler, Unlocking Ancient Mysteries from Sacred Sites

12/8/2018
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"Spirit Traveler: Unlocking Ancient Mysteries and Secrets of Eight of the World’s Great Historic Sites" takes a unique approach to analyzing why famous historic sites, including the Great Pyramids, Stonehenge, and Tiwanaku, were constructed. Scientists and archaeologists have written thousands of books about these sites. While this information is crucial to our knowledge today, much of the mystery about these places remains unsolved and questions surrounding their purpose have lingered...

Duration:02:05:54

Mike Bara: Ancient Aliens, JFK and the Mission to Mars

12/1/2018
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Mike Bara, space expert and author of Ancient Aliens on the Moon, takes a hard look at the Kennedy assassination and the race to the Moon. Bara will examine never-before-revealed clues to the real reasons behind the Kennedy assassination, the true objectives of the Apollo program and the shadow government hidden agendas that led to Kennedy’s death in Dallas. Relying on never-before-seen documents culled from the recent Kennedy assassination papers document dump, Bara will show the secret...

Duration:01:54:08

Bibhu Dev Misra: Uncovering the Mythological City of Dwarka

11/17/2018
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Bibhu Dev Misra is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Management and has been working as an Information Technology consultant for more than 14 years. He is also an independent researcher and writer on topics related to ancient civilizations, myths, symbols, science and religion. His research has taken him to many places of historical interest across the globe. His articles have appeared in different journals, magazines, and websites including the...

Duration:01:48:26

Susan Martinez: The Lost World of the Little People

11/10/2018
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All cultures haves stories of the First People, the “Old Ones,” our prehistoric forebears who survived the Great Flood and initiated the first sacred traditions. From the squat “gods” of Mexico and Peru to the fairy kingdom of Europe to the blond pygmies of Madagascar, on every continent of the world they are remembered as masters of stone carving, agriculture, navigation, writing, and shamanic healing--and as a “hobbit” people, no taller than 31/2 feet in height yet perfectly...

Duration:01:53:07

Milton Wainwright: Life on Earth by Alien Design

11/3/2018
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Who is Milton Wainwright? I am British microbiologist, graduated from the University of Nottingham in botany and obtained my PhD from there in mycology and soil microbiology. After which, I went to Canada as a National Research Council of Canada postdoctoral fellow, researching aspects of environmental microbiology. After my postdoctoral fellowship, In 1975 I was appointed to the University of Sheffield. I have been awarded honorary professorships from Cardiff and Buckingham Universities...

Duration:01:44:38

Mark Carlotto: Before Atlantis, Evidence of Early Technological Civilizations

10/27/2018
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What if ancient sites such as Machu Picchu, Chichen Itza, the Acropolis, and Temple Mount are not only thousands of years old but much older? Until recently, a lack of hard evidence has led mainstream archaeologists to dismiss theories of past civilizations as pseudoscientific attempts to resurrect ancient myths and legends. However, new archaeological discoveries are beginning to challenge conventional explanations. Inspired by Charles Hapgood’s hypothesis that the ice ages were the...

Duration:01:51:09

Darrell Miklos: Part 2: An Unexplained Discovery Beneath the Bermuda Triangle

10/20/2018
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Darrell Miklos hails from a family of treasure hunters who engaged in several successful underwater historical shipwreck recoveries in the 1960's & 1970's. Darrell became interested in treasure hunting at a very young age while recovering spent booster rockets for NASA's Apollo Program with his father. Beginning in the 1970's through the 1990's Darrell worked on excavating several shipwreck sites off the Florida coast, and later explored areas of the Bahamas and the Caribbean. In 1978...

Duration:01:32:44

Darrell Miklos: Part 1: An Unexplained Discovery Under the Bermuda Triangle

10/13/2018
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Darrell Miklos hails from a family of treasure hunters who engaged in several successful underwater historical shipwreck recoveries in the 1960's & 1970's. Darrell became interested in treasure hunting at a very young age while recovering spent booster rockets for NASA's Apollo Program with his father. Beginning in the 1970's through the 1990's Darrell worked on excavating several shipwreck sites off the Florida coast, and later explored areas of the Bahamas and the Caribbean. In 1978...

Duration:01:11:01

Rita Louise: Stepping Out of Eden

10/6/2018
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Science has manipulated DNA, mapped the human genome, and cloned both plants and animals. They estimate that humans share 99 percent of their DNA with chimps, but the 1 percent difference enables humans to create art, literature and religion. We often wonder, what makes humans innately human? Is it our biological differences, our lack of body hair, the size of our brains, opposable thumbs or our ability to walk upright? What was the catalyst that spurred the transition from tree-dweller to...

Duration:01:58:49

Richard Cassaro: Maya Masonary, Pyramid Builders of the America's

9/29/2018
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Richard Cassaro is a Madrid-based author, lecturer, documentary filmmaker, and tour guide from New York City. His published books Written in Stone (2011), The Missing Link (2016), and Mayan Masonry (2018) offer rare insights into ancient megaliths, spirituality, mythology, magic, symbolism, secret societies, comparative religion and occult archaeology. Cassaro has discussed his work on the History Channel, and in documentary films. His articles have appeared in print journals and web media...

Duration:01:49:08

Simon Young: Fairies, Earth's Supernatural Humanoids

9/22/2018
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When Tinker Bell followed Peter Pan to Hollywood in the 1950s, fairies vanished into the realm of child-lore. Yet in 1923 30-yearold J.R.R. Tolkien’s visit to his aunt’s house Bag’s End inspired a story about hedgerowfairies or ‘Hobbits’, and three years earlier Sherlock-Holmes author Arthur Conan Doyle published the Cottingley fairy photographs. In Ireland, a generation before, family members had torched a woman to death thinking she was a fairy, while William Butler Yeats met a fairy...

Duration:01:38:46

Praveen Mohan: Unlocking the Mysteries of Ancient Indian Temples

9/15/2018
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Praveen Mohan is known for his groundbreaking research on ancient history, archeology and extraterrestial theory. Traveling widely around the world, his initial work on ancient mysteries began in Peru, posting his findings online about Nazca lines and Machu Picchu. In the first half of 2014, he began posting videos about ancient megalithic structures of India. His YouTube videos about Ellora caves and ancient machining technology have been aired on TV shows and documentaries. His findings...

Duration:01:45:18

Dr. Greg Little: The Unknown Mound & Earthworks Cultures of the America's

9/8/2018
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America's incredible mound-building cultures erected the first mounds over 6500 years ago. It is believed that over 1 million mounds once existed, but today, perhaps only 100,000 remain. The ancient mounds and enormous earthworks associated with them are one of the most unappreciated archaeological treasures in the world. America has the largest and most complex formations of geometric earthworks in the world and the largest mound (near St. Louis) has a base larger than the Great Pyramid....

Duration:01:45:21

Jim Willis: Earth's Forgotten History

9/1/2018
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After graduating from the Eastman School of Music, Jim Willis became a high school band and orchestra teacher during the week, a symphony trombonist on the weekends, a jazz musician at night and a choral conductor on Sunday mornings. The author of nine books on religion and spirituality, he has been an ordained minister for over forty years while working part-time as a woodworker and handyman, the host of his own drive-time radio show, an arts council director and adjunct college professor...

Duration:02:06:39

David Longbear Sanipass: Prophesy, and the Coming Age of Widsom

8/25/2018
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David Lonebear Sanipass is the last remaining Sagen, or Spiritual Leader, of the Mi’kmaq Nation. He is a spiritual scientist, engineer, storyteller, flute and basket maker. The Mi’kmaq (pronounced mi-gah-mah) are an indigenous people presently located in Maine and Canada, though originally they populated areas from Boston, Massachusetts northward into Canada. David’s birth was prophesied by elders over 300 years before his birth. He was trained extensively from birth by over 600 elders...

Duration:01:56:56

Ken Johnston: Disclosing Evidence of Advanced Civilizations on the Moon

8/18/2018
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R. Ken Johnston, Sr, was one of 4 Civilian Astronaut Consultant Pilots from the Apollo Moon Program, is a retired aerospace engineer, former active duty US Marine, and “NASA Whistle Blower.” He refused to strictly follow orders and destroy a nearly-complete collection of 8 x 10 glossy photo-prints from the Apollo program. These photos are not available from NASA at this time and are of a higher resolution than what is found on-line. Johnston was born at Fort Sam Houston US Army Air Corps...

Duration:02:15:00

Randall Carlson: New Evidence of Catastrophic Global Floods

8/11/2018
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Randall Carlson: New Evidence of Catastrophic Global Floods Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer and renegade scholar. He has 4 decades of study, research and exploration Into the interface between ancient mysteries and modern science, has been an active Freemason for 30 years and is Past Master of one of the oldest and largest Masonic lodges in Georgia. He has been recognized by The National Science...

Duration:02:07:14

Michael Jaye, Ph.D.: The Worldwide Flood

8/3/2018
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Two hundred years ago, geologists determined that there was never a worldwide flood. But the early geologists’ conclusion—which continues to be believed today—is indisputably erroneous, according to Michael Jaye, Ph.D. Told in easily understood language, Jaye explains how geologists got it so wrong, and more importantly, he challenges their modern-day peers to examine foundational beliefs, especially in the presence of new map data. Along the way, he identifies and rectifies geology’s...

Duration:01:34:48

Irving Finkel: The Ark Before Noah: Decoding the Story of the Flood

7/28/2018
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The recent translation of a Babylonian tablet launches a groundbreaking investigation into one of the most famous stories in the world, challenging the way we look at ancient history. Since the Victorian period, it has been understood that the story of Noah, iconic in the Book of Genesis, and a central motif in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, derives from a much older story that existed centuries before in ancient Babylon. But the relationship between the Babylonian and biblical traditions...

Duration:01:49:23

Chris Bennett: Cannabis, the God Plant of Human Evolution

7/21/2018
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Seeking to identify the plant origins of the early sacramental beverages Soma and Haoma (Cannabis), this study draws a connection between the psychoactive properties of these drinks and the widespread use of cannabis among Indo-Europeans during this time. Exploring the role of these libations as inspiration for the Indian Rig Veda and the Persian Avestan texts, this examination discusses the spread of cannabis use across Europe and Asia, the origins of the Soma and Haoma cults, and the...

Duration:01:44:41