J. J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D., is the Founder and President of The Academy for Future Science. He is a social scientist and scholar who has written, translated, and published numerous books including The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch, The End of Suffering which he coauthored with physicist, Russell Targ, and The Seventy-Two Names of the Most High based on ancient Aramaic, Hebrew and Greek texts. Dr. Hurtak is also an anthropologist/archeologist and was instrumental in finding the "Osiris Tomb" in Egypt through remote sensing. He is well-known for his provocative information that ranges from evidence of UFOs to the development of a new cosmology. Dr. Hurtak travels throughout the world and works closely with indigenous people, including the Zulu Shaman Credo Mutwa and the Xavante Indians (Brazil).
George Knapp was joined by J.J. Hurtak and his wife Desiree, multi-faceted scholars & researchers, for a discussion and analysis of recent discoveries about the Shroud of Turin, a sacred relic thought by some to be the burial cloth of Jesus. Appearing during the first hour was wild horse activist Jerry Reynoldson, who works with Madeleine Pickens on helping to save America's wild horses from round-ups & slaughter. ... More »Host: George Knapp
Futurist, social scientist and UFO researcher Dr. J. J. Hurtak summarized recent UFO events and discussed such topics as the abduction syndrome, Egyptology, and the protective uses of sound. His wife Desiree Hurtak, an expert in ancient texts, joined in during the latter half of the show. ... More »Host: George Noory
Founder of the Academy for Future Science, Dr. J.J. Hurtak, and his wife Desiree, discussed his paraphysical text, The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch, the coming shift in human consciousness, and communication with other intelligences. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Founder of the Academy of Future Science, J.J. Hurtak, and his wife Desiree, discussed their recent book Pistis Sophia: Text and Commentary, which presents a 2,000 year old Gnostic manuscript and offers analysis. It's noteworthy that Mary Magdalene is shown to have a particularly important interaction with Jesus, and she is mentioned far more often than the other disciples in the ancient text, Desiree said. ... More »Host: George Noory