Appearing for 90-minutes, Howard West, the author of Quicksilver Key, shared his research into ancient manuscripts and the "Watchers." Some texts, from the Dead Sea Scrolls for example, were copied over from earlier manuscripts and actually date back as far as 10,500 BC based on celestial descriptions, he contended.
The Watchers or fallen angels were a group of 200 who came from Mars, said West-- they taught humankind various abilities such as how to use mirrors for Morse Code-like communications to others at distant locations.
These entities have been called by many names (such as Thor, Mercury, and Lucifer) across many civilizations, West stated.The offspring of the Watchers (who mated with human females) became spiritual outcasts after they died, and we know them today as the Greys and Shadow People, he added.
Appearing during the second half of the third hour, Richard C. Hoagland shared an update on the Moon artifact he calls Data's Head. Details of the head, which he said resembles the robot C3-PO, were derived by superimposing Hasselblad photos taken during the Apollo 17 mission. He finds the "camera lens" eyes of the artifact to be particularly compelling. Additionally, he reported there is more evidence of ruins by the Apollo 17 landing site.
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