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Illuminati's Agenda

Date: 04-10-06
Host: George Noory
Guests: Alan Watt, Captain Kelly Sweeney, Richard C. Hoagland

Researcher of esoteric history, Alan Watt discussed how ultra high level sects have controlled the course of history to a pre-determined goal and are still in power. Currently, the agenda of the group he referred to as the Illuminati is a kind of "world planning" in which the population would be massively cut back in order to create a more pristine environment for the 500 million or so that remain.

This might be achieved by a "scientific dictatorship" denying food to countries that overpopulate, he outlined, and chaos installed by pandemics, quakes and war, that would ready a populace for control by a "new world order." Among those behind such plans, he pointed towards the upper echelon of societies such as the Rosicrucians and the Freemasons, the Rhodes Foundation, futurist think tanks and the creators of the Project for the New American Century.

Ultimately the Illuminati seek to create a new clone type, hermaphroditic in nature, that could replicate itself on space journeys, and eliminate the need for women, Watt suggested. To fight back, people should inform themselves from the available data and bombard their politicians to put a stop to such plans, he said.

Port & Space Updates

First hour guest Capt. Kelly Sweeney raised concerns regarding a Dubai investment company's recent purchase of Inchcape Shipping Services which handles sensitive port, cargo, and financial information. Also appearing in the first hour was Richard C. Hoagland who shared an update on the Venus probe.

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