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Apocalypse & Antichrist

Date: 06-05-06
Host: George Noory
Guests: Patrick Heron, Jerome Corsi

Researcher of ancient mysteries Patrick Heron returned for a discussion about biblical prophecy, specifically the coming of the apocalypse and the Antichrist as described in the Book of Revelation. "The world is a time bomb whose fuse has long been lit," he warned. While he doesn't believe the apocalypse has actually started yet, he said many signs such as an increase in famines, earthquakes, disease and war are already in place. The main sign however is that the Jews have returned to Israel, he noted.

Heron believes the "mark of the beast" may soon be upon us, in which the populace will be coerced into taking an electronic implant in either their right hand or forehead which will be needed to buy, sell or conduct business. Instead, he suggested that people resist by becoming self-sufficient and foraging for themselves. Those who do take the mark will face God's fury and eternal torment, he stated.

The Bible actually gives the name of "Apollo" as the person who goes on to become the Antichrist, said Heron, who also spoke about the Nephilim, "spirit men" whom he suggested are "probably" behind the UFO abduction syndrome. Heron's latest book Apocalypse Soon is scheduled for release this summer.

Corsi Commentary

First hour guest, Jerome Corsi discussed his forthcoming book Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders. He also expressed concern over possible plans for a North American Union that would merge the U.S. with Mexico and Canada and replace the dollar with the Amero.

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