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Ancient Human Origins

In the first half of the program, former administrative law attorney at the Pentagon, Don Brown, discussed the mysterious helicopter crash which killed seventeen members of Navy SEAL Team Six.

In the latter half, founder and President of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment, JZ Knight, talked about her renewed interest in UFOs and their meanings, as well as insights from Ramtha, the entity whom she has channeled for decades.

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Ancient Human Origins

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Date: Thursday - August 3, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Michael Cremo, Stan Deyo

Author and researcher Michael Cremo discussed the evidence for "extreme human antiquity." Texts in ancient Sanskrit described previous civilizations that had high technology and he said he's found similar material across a number of ancient cultures. Cremo suggested a number of civilizations, far predating ones from the last 10,000 years, have come and gone, wiped out by various earth changes. According to different wisdom traditions, humanity goes through cycles such as Bronze and Iron Ages or what is called yugas by the Hindu.

Evidence in the form of human fossils and artifacts, such as found in sedimentary layers dating back millions of years, contradicts the current theory of human origins. Yet Cremo has found most mainstream scientists are closed minded to his data, and seek to protect their power and the status quo. A few have been more receptive, and he has presented his work at prestigious venues such as the Royal Institution in London.

He also touched on his notion of human devolution-- that people have devolved from a state of higher consciousness into a baser, more material reality.

Deyo Update

First hour guest Stan Deyo shared an update on climate and earth changes and reported on a "a rather strange heating of the North Pacific and parts of the North Atlantic" (graphic), as well as some cooling spots. Areas such as these contribute to weather disturbances, he said. Deyo also noted that if the San Francisco area isn't hit with a quake this month, it may get one during the first quarter of 2007.

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