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Cryptid & Reptilian Accounts

In the first half, independent researcher Peter A. Kirby spoke about chemtrails, a covert program of aerosol geoengineering.

For 25 years Robert Perala has been researching metaphysics, the origin of the soul, Earth-based anomalies, extraterrestrial science, and NDEs. In the latter half, he discuss a variety of subjects including his own ET abduction experience, and his activism against the 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

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Cryptid & Reptilian Accounts

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Date: Sunday - October 6, 2002
Host: George Noory
Guests: Michael Mott

Michael Mott examines the striking similarities between folklore, religious,mythic, and first-hand witness or historical accounts cryptid and reptilianfigures. He has studied the link between electromagnetism and some types ofunderworld beings, "ghosts," UFOs and other related phenomena. Michael isthe Creative Director for a high-performance software company. He is also afreelance artist and writer, and writes both fiction and non-fiction. He iscurrently also researching and writing on Fortean and paranormal topics. Hisresearch in this area has appeared in magazines such as Fate, Nexus, andWorld Explorer.

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