|Guests:||Tom Horn, Stan Deyo|
Esoteric researcher & author Tom Horn discussed such topics as alien-human hybrids, stargates & multi-dimensional portals and Biblical prophecy. He also shared his family history with unusual events and encounters. His father's land had unexplained holes in it, 8-10 feet deep, that looked as though they had been burned into the ground, he recounted, adding that the location was near where Travis Walton was subsequently abducted. His niece experienced alien-type encounters and at an event in Seattle, she reported being taken to a military location where she was shown an "implant collection" that supposedly belonged to Steven Spielberg.
Horn said he has come to four conclusions about the aliens:
- They are super-intelligent beings of unknown origin, who have been visiting since the beginning of recorded history.
- In their interactions they have taken human DNA for unknown purposes.
- It has been prophesized that they will return "en masse" at the end of the age.
- The beings are identical with what is described in Biblical angelology and demonology.
These entities may use wormholes as stargates for travel and he cited the sudden appearance and disappearance of UFOs as possible evidence for this, as well as unexplained booming sounds which have been heard over the Pacific. According to Biblical prophecy, such portals will open at the end of time allowing for the return of multidimensional entities, he added.
First half-hour guest Stan Deyo reacted to Pat Robertson's recent tsunami vision. It's kind of a "non-event," said Deyo, who pointed out that many people had already predicted a horrific storm season months ago, with hurricanes moving up further along the East Coast. Deyo also foresees major activity in the Pacific, and said to watch the Northwest for a major series of quakes.
Bumper music from Thursday May 18, 2006
- Midnight Express (The Chase)
- Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head
- Fly Like an Eagle
Steve Miller Band
- If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next
Manic Street Preachers
- Wishing it Was
- Eye In The Sky
Alan Parsons Project
- Right Now
- In Dreams
- Dr Who Theme
Doctor Who Soundtrack
- Blue Skies
- (What A) Wonderful World
- Self Control
- Inca Dance