Patrick Heron was born in Dublin in 1952. He became interested in bible prophecy concerning the "end times" around 1996. In 1997, his first book Apocalypse Soon was published and became a bestseller in Ireland and then he followed up with Apocalypse 2000. Patrick's latest book, The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse, he believes, is the first ever book proving overwhelmingly who built the pyramids and why. Patrick has a B.Sc. and M.A. in Business Studies from Trinity College, Dublin and a Bachelor of Theology degree from The College of Biblical Research, Rome City, Indiana. Patrick is not associated with any particular church or denomination.
In the first half of the show, prophecy and Nostradamus expert John Hogue shared some predictions for the rest of 2011, and talked about how some of Nostradamus' quatrains may reflect on current events. Nostradamus had written that a "black and future king" would be involved in a war with the Third Antichrist, and Hogue suggested this "king" could refer to Obama, and the... More »Host: George Noory
Television producer and theologian Patrick Heron discussed his work researching references to the Antichrist in the Bible, including how it relates to fallen angels, the United States, and prophecy. First hour guest, C2C science advisor Richard C. Hoagland talked about a report that Mars landers may have destroyed signs of life in soil sample testing, toasting them by mistake. ... More »Host: George Noory
Irish author Patrick Heron returned to discuss apocalyptic prophecy and tales of the Nephilim. ... More »Host: George Noory
Researcher of ancient mysteries Patrick Heron returned for a discussion about biblical prophecy, specifically the coming of the apocalypse and the Antichrist as described in the Book of Revelation. ... More »Host: George Noory
Irish author Patrick Heron returned to the show to share "the last few pieces of the jigsaw puzzle" concerning the pyramids and Bible prophecy. The Great Pyramid has a number of stunning mathematical features and could not be replicated today. There is enough stone in it to build a 6 ft. wall that stretches from New York to Los Angeles, said Heron, who believes it is impossible that the... More »Host: George Noory
Irish author Patrick Heron shared his contention that the ancient race of nephilim (whom he defined as fallen angels) built the pyramids of Giza and other ancient wonders. He characterized the nephilim as evil "spirit men" who transcended the boundaries of physical science and served as the inspiration for Roman and Greek mythology. ... More »Host: Art Bell