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Atlantis, Tesla, & Space Missions

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Date: Monday - August 6, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Doug Yurchey, Ron Barber, Karen Delise, Richard C. Hoagland

During the 2nd hour, researcher Doug Yurchey discussed Atlantis, Nikola Tesla, and an ancient World Energy Grid. Atlantis had 13 power points around the world that supplied their civilization with electricity, and fueled their sophisticated technologies, he claimed.

Tesla experimented with a rudimentary version of what the Atlanteans had, by combining radio and electricity, Yurchey added. He also spoke about Arthur Matthews, who was said to befriend Tesla, and co-write a book with him called The Wall of Light.

Hoagland Update

In the second half of the show, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission offered commentary on Tesla, as well as NASA's recently launched Phoenix Mars Lander Mission and other space-related topics. He'll be presenting a symposium at the upcoming Wisdom Festival in San Francisco, Sept. 15-16, 2007.

Animal Abuse

First hour guests, Ron Barber and Karen Delise talked about the problem of animal abuse. Dog fighting, which has become a multi-million dollar "blood sport" on the peripheries of society, is particularly heinous, said Barber. Delise noted that the breed of pit bulls often gets an undeserved bad rap.

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