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Last Show Recap

First half guest, prophecy expert John Hogue discussed his predictions for the coming election season, including a warning about some sort of terrorist or military action before November which will completely change the character of the campaign.

Laird Scranton, who has written several books on African and Egyptian cosmology, talked about how ancient cultures have strikingly similar creation myths and cosmologies, and also addressed the controversial work of Immanuel Velikovsky.

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Fri 02-12  The Ninth Planet/ Open Lines Sat 02-13  Mojave Alien Abduction Sun 02-14  Bank of Canada Controversy/ Zika Virus Mon 02-15  Planetary Change/ Double Earths Tue 02-16  State of Economy/ Open Lines Wed 02-17  TBA
Thu 02-18  Predatory Capitalism/ Dowsing & Clearing Fri 02-19  Strange Creatures & UFO Abductions/ Open Lines

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Hidden in Plain View

Hidden in Plain View

According to infowars.com:
"Fascinated by symbolism and numerology, the globalists' favorite tactic is to leave blueprints to their plans 'hidden in plain view.' From messages delivered to the masses through the media and films to Time Warner's all-seeing eye, we are repeatedly reminded by the illuminati themselves that they are controlling us and are omnipresent. World leaders from Clinton to Prince William have been photographed proudly flashing the sign of the devil. Architecture around the globe is laid out to represent their occult icons or structured based on occult numerology (like the pyramid Mitterand had constructed at the Louvre, which is made of 666 pieces of gold glass). The New World Order's symbolism is everywhere..." Read more at infowars.com.

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