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Giants & Little Aliens

Date Thursday - November 9, 2006
Host George Noory
Guests Steve QuayleDannion Brinkley

Author Steve Quayle spoke about a small 'alien' found in Chile and also shared his latest research on giants. The remains of a creature, a mere six inches tall, was found in a part of Chile known for petrified trees and mineralization, he reported. It came to his attention through an "exobiologist," Ramon Navia-Osorio. Interestingly, Quayle said that there've been live sightings of such beings in Colombia, just two months ago-- and that an outbreak of illness was associated with their appearance.

Similar tiny creatures were drawn by Shoshone and Crow Indians andreports and legends of them span the globe, said Quayle, who theorized that earth changes may have caused such entities and spirits to be loosed upon us.

On the other end of the spectrum, there is both modern and ancient evidence for giants, with skeletons ranging from 17 to 19 ft. and beyond, Quayle contended. According to Pravda,Professor Ernst Muldashev conducted an expedition to Syria, Lebanon and Egypt and found the graves of giants.Quayle believes that many of the giants were the cannibalistic offspring of the Fallen Angels or Nephilim and that these "fearful and ferocious" beings will be returning. For more on giants including illustrations, view this special page.

Dannion Update

In the latter half of the first hour, author and lecturer Dannion Brinkley spoke about his long-standing work with veterans. The VA health care system is overtaxed and many vets are on long waiting lists for services, he said. For more info and what you can do to get involved, read Dannion's Veteran's Day Address.

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