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Reptoids & Animal Mutilations

Date Thursday - November 30, 2006
Host George Noory
Guests John RhodesChristian Wilde

Researcher and phenomena analyst John Rhodes spoke about Reptoids-- which he defined as intelligent reptilian beings native to Earth that dwell in underground caverns. He also addressed the animal mutilation mystery and chupacabras. The Reptoids might have evolved in the Antarctic region, going underground and splitting off from the dinosaurs after the catastrophic meteor strike, he hypothesized.

More technologically advanced than humans, they may be experimenting with genetic alterations and hybrids, and have also likely engaged in space travel, said Rhodes. He described the scaled-beings as large and broad-shouldered, with three fingers and opposable thumbs, and large "wraparound" eyes.

Sheriff Tom Kuka joined Rhodes for a segment to discuss a Valier, Montana cow mutilation case. Sheriff Kuka noted that this was the 21st mysterious mutilation case in the last 6-7 years in his local area, and they have yet to find any evidence or footprints in the incidents. Rhodes speculated that the Reptoids might be involved in the mutilations-- but he said whoever is doing it, is sending a message and studying our psychological reactions to it. The chupacabras, he added, may be "pets" of the Reptoids and live near their underworld entrances.

Stem Cell Heart Rx

First hour guest, researcher Christian Wilde discussed how stem cells from a person's own body have been used to treat heart disease. Injected directly into damaged heart tissue, the cells have brought about healing and rejuvenation, he said, adding that the FDA is opening seven new trials of the technique and Germany has an 800 patient study ongoing.

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