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Interview with David Weatherly, author of The Black Eyed Children - February 2, 2013

 
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David Weatherly has been researching the paranormal for over 35 years. A writer for Intrepid Magazine, he studies all areas of the paranormal, from Cryptids to UFO's to the truly Strange, like the subject of his latest book.  In this interview we talk mostly about the book, and a bit about how David got involved in this field of study. The Black Eyed Children are a fascinating, if little known, paranormal event. Children with pure black eyes approach an individual, often at their home, at night, and ask to be let in. The beings emanate a sinister aura, and disappear without a trace. We will talk about many aspects of this, including...

 

  • How many genuine cases of this are around.
  • Has Anyone Ever let them In? And what happened?
  • Video and Photographic evidence.
  • Their average age and appearance.
  • Connections between witnesses.
  • How far these reports go back.
  • Multiple witness encounters.
  • Similarities to other aspects of the paranormal
  • Debunking the Debunkers.
  • What do they, ultimately, want?
All this in more in this hour long discussion of this bizarre phenomenon. You can order the book through Leprechaun Press, and you can find more information on David Weatherly at Two Crows Paranormal, including more Black Eyed Children encounters that have happened since the book was published.




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Interview with Michael Cremo, Author of My Science, My Religion - February 9, 2013

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Michael Cremo entered the world of alternative archeology in 1993 with the publication of his groundbreaking book, Forbidden Archeology. Investigating whether or not mainstream archeology is ignoring data that suggests that modern man is millions of years old, he presented roughly 800 pages of compelling and well researched data. From there, Michael has published books that connect his religious beliefs and the data of science. His latest, My Science, My Religion is a collection of papers from 1994-2009 that Michael has presented at various Academic Conferences around the world. In this interview, we talk about;

  • What got Michael started on this path.
  • What role consciousness plays in reality.
  • The initial reactions to Forbidden Archeology.
  • How old man may really be.
  • How advanced ancient cultures may have been.
  • The elements of his new book, My Science, My Religion
  • Combining science and spirituality.
  • The evidence for the extreme antiquity of plants.
  • A spiritual perspective on the current environmental crisis.
And plenty more. You can buy Michael Cremo's new book on Amazon or through his webpage for My Science, My Religion. You can check out his webpage, where you can find info on all his books, upcoming appearances, interviews, and more. 

 

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Interview with Brien Foerster on Elongated Skull and Ancient Technology - February 16, 2013

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On this show we are talking with Brien Foerster, all the way from Peru. Brien is a bit of a regular on the Ancient Aliens TV show, and has been researching the various early civilizations found in South and Central America. He has also recently released a book that he co-wrote with David Hatcher Children called The Mystery of The Elongated Skulls. Brien has done groundbreaking work down in Peru, and this was a really fascinating conversation.

Among other things, we discuss...

  • Evidence for high technology in ancient sites.
  • How old some of this sites may really be and the evidence for it.
  • How much of our history may be lost and why.
  • The techniques of construction, and what tools were clearly not used.
  • Sound technology and levitation.
  • Ancient Aliens.
  • Are their natural elongated skulls.
  • What the DNA says.
  • The connections between ancient cultures all over the world.
  • Who the Olmec were.
  • The mystery of the Nazca lines.
  • Giants
  • Brien's latest discoveries.
All in all, a very fun interview that covers a lot of ground. Brien also has some tours coming up, and you can find out about all his work and upcoming tours at Hidden Inca Tours.

 

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Interview with Laird Scranton, Author of the Velikovsky Heresies - March 2, 2013

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Laird Scranton is the author of a trilogy of books about the Dogon tribe in Africa. Laird showcases their extensive scientific knowledge and goes far to show that their knowledge is ancient by connecting it to Egyptian and other civilizations symbolic structures. He shows complex ties to Egypt, as well as India. We discuss all of this in the first half of the show, including;

  • Who were the original researchers of the Dogon?
  • The Dogon Creation Story and it's connections to modern science.
  • The role of Sirius in their mythology.
  • The Nummo Fish.
  • Egyptian connections.
  • The dual meaning of symbols.
  • How they retained the purity of their symbolism.
  • Connections to Quantum, String, and Torsion Theory.
After that, we moved on to Laird's latest book, The Velikovsky Heresies. In this work, Laird compares the theories of Immanual Velikovsky, as presented in Worlds in Collision, published back in 1950 with current science and attempts to find if there is anything we have learned in the last 60 years that definitely proves or disproves Velikovsky's theories. Among other things, we discuss;
  • Velikovsky's theory.
  • The scientific world's reaction.
  • What may have happened to Mars.
  • The change in the length of the year.
  • Characteristics of Venus that still resemble that of comets.
  • Why he was attacked and the lengths his attackers went to.
  • Carl Sagan's role.
You can find Laird's books at Inner Traditions and he has an unofficial website at www.LairdScranton.com
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