Walter Cruttenden is an amateur theoretical archaeo-astronomer and author of the binary theory of precession. As Executive Director of the Binary Research Institute he researches the celestial mechanics of the precession of the equinox, as well as myth and folklore related to this phenomenon. He is the writer-producer of The Great Year, a PBS broadcast documentary film (narrated by James Earl Jones) that explores evidence of astronomical cycles of time known to cultures throughout the ancient world.
Most recently Cruttenden wrote Lost Star of Myth and Time, a book that provides an alternative view of history based on the solar system's motion through space. It is his belief that the myth and folklore depicting a repeating cycle of Golden Ages and Dark Ages may have a basis in fact,due to the alternating stellar forces that affect Earth as our solar system moves in a 24,000-yearbinary (dual star) orbit. Throughout his career, Cruttenden has been involved in analyzing, banking or backing over 100science-based companies. His focus has been on innovation, medical devices and internet companies.
In the first half, political commentator and economist John Lott discussed his latest book Dumbing Down the Courts, in which he contends that intelligence has now become a liability for judicial nominees. In the latter half, theoretical archaeo-astronomer Walter Cruttenden addressed how our solar system could be orbiting around a second or binary star, and how this affects civilizations and cycles over great periods of time. ... More »Host: George Noory
Archaeo-astronomer and director of the Binary Research Institute, Walter Cruttenden, and researcher in ancient advanced technologies Jason Martell, discussed theories of Nibiru (Planet X), contacts with the Annunaki, as well as how humankind has been affected by the Cycle of the Ages. First hour guest, spiritual response practitioner Sarah Nash talked about the White Light Express healing endeavor. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing during the second hour, theoretical archaeo-astronomer Walter Cruttenden addressed how our solar system may be tied to another star which has influenced the rise and fall of civilizations. Author/lecturer Joseph Selbie joined the show in the latter half, for a discussion about the "Cycle of the Yugas," an ancient timeline. On the 34th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, first hour guests, authors Patrick Lacy and R. Gary Patterson talked about the singer's legacy. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing during the middle two hours, researcher Walter Cruttenden discussed ancient ideas about how our solar system could be tied to another star which may have influenced the rise and fall of civilizations here on Earth. A number of ancient cultures, such as the Greeks, were aware of the precession of the equinox, or the "Great Year," a vast 26,000 year cycle, which was said to alternate between Dark and Golden Ages. Cruttenden has concluded that another sun, well outside our solar system, but much closer than what is believed to be our nearest star, influences the precession cycle. ... More »Host: George Noory
During the first half of the program, Paul L. Williams, author of The Al Qaeda Connection, suggested terrorists could launch attacks on the United States during the month long Islamic holiday Ramadan. The final two hours of Tuesday's show featured Walter Cruttenden, author of Lost Star of Myth and Time, who discussed scientific proof of how mankind's consciousness goes through cycles based on a dark star companion to the sun. ... More »Host: George Noory