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Conversations with Richard C.

Date Tuesday - November 9, 2004
Host George Noory
Guests Richard C. HoaglandLinda Moulton Howe

Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission returned to the show to converse on a wide range of topics. He gave an update on his experiment at Coral Castle in Florida, saying they have an area there permanently wired to test reactions to the environment. "Leedskalnin built an extraordinary amplifier," he said of the site. It would be especially interesting to try and record EVPs there, he added.

Hoagland recounted his visit many years ago to meet with Zecharia Sitchin at his office on the 47th floor of the Rockefeller building in Manhattan. Disappointed in the meeting, he said it was not a free exchange of ideas. Sitchin's "Annunaki theory is not accurate," Hoagland commented, suggesting that the Sumerian priests were writing in code, and their accounts were not to be taken as truth.

The hyperdimensional aspects of the Florida hurricanes were touched on (see his report on Enterprise) and he pointed out how three of the storms all converged on a small town near Gainesville. Hoagland also brought up the election which he called "stolen," noting voting irregularities in Ohio and Florida. He posited that Kerry's membership in Skull & Bones may have contributed to his not contesting the results.

Gen. Clark UFO Briefing

Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles.com appeared during the first half-hour to discuss the upcoming UFO Crash Retrieval Conf. where she will be reporting live for Friday's show. She also played some audio related to Gen. Wesley Clark being asked if had ever been briefed about UFOs. "There are things going on but we will have to work out our own mathematics," Clark reportedly said in response to the query.

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