Luke Fortune is a certified paralegal who began aggressively investigating the UFO phenomenon in approximately 1997. After having a clear viewing of a plasma propulsion craft, he began researching the archives of the US patent office, and of other countries' patent offices, to locate UFO technology. His searches over the next ten years led to the accumulation of all the data, and more, that has become the UFO How-To series. Each book in this six volume series is over 500 pages in length, 99% of the content are complete patents; with a recent addition of a primer volume at 118 pages, "The Basics," designed to simplify the understanding of the encyclopedic series, and make the science of UFO propulsion systems comprehensible to the average person. Also covered are little known power systems for flying craft, home and car, specifically about converting an automobile to run on water/hydrogen.
Author Philip Gardiner joined George Knapp (email) to discuss the life of James Bond author Ian Fleming and his associations with the world of the occult which led him to create a series of clues, ciphers and codes within his novels. Early in his life, Fleming became fascinated by the just-emerging study of psychology, which relied heavily on the occult, according to Gardiner. This interest, coupled with Flemingâs time as a spy during World War II, became the basis for the James Bond universe. Gardiner cited a number of esoteric references in the James Bond stories, notably the "007" name being taken from the 16th century English spy John Dee, who used it as a signature in his letters to Queen Elizabeth. She, in turn, signed her responses with the letter "M," which Fleming used as the name of the fictional head of the MI6 spy agency. The infamous Bond villains were rich with occult symbolism, said Gardiner. An example of this is the character "Auric Goldfinger," who ... More »Host: George Knapp