Dr. Barry Warmkessel contends that our Sun has a dark-star companion which he referred to as 'Vulcan.' He characterized the hypothetical body as a brown dwarf only half the size of Jupiter and estimated its distance from Earth at 41 billion miles. While other theorists have concurred that our sun may have a binary companion, Warmkessel goes further in his belief that this dark star was instrumental in the formation of our solar system.
Vulcan, he said, differs from Sitchin's idea of a 'Planet X' visibly whizzing through the inner solar system. Instead the star stays fairly far out, yet it influences a number of comet swarms which can change Earth's weather patterns and sometimes bring about calamities. He named the ice age and biblical events such as the Great Flood and Sodom and Gomorrah as being due to comets affecting Earth. Further, he noted our planet's future could be bleak, if a comet or meteorite hits Earth when Yellowstone is "hot and bulgy," --this could set it off into a supervolcano.
Interestingly, Warmkessel thinks that Noah may have had technological help from aliens in constructing his ark. He also argues that there is ancient evidence of ET influence. The Akkadian Seal for example, shows evidence of solar system bodies the ancients may not have otherwise known about.
First hour guest, Stan Deyo discussed a new report that seismic slippage is taking place in the Pacific Northwest. He commented that this earthquake threat should not be taken lightly and people need to take proper precautions. He also gave a warning based on his study of thermal signatures that there is a huge potential for a fracture in the Australian-Indian Tectonic Plate.
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