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Date: Tuesday - November 20, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: David Icke, Christian Wilde

Author and speaker David Icke returned for a discussion on his new work on the 'Global Conspiracy.' This conspiracy goes back thousands of years, he said: At one time there was a global society of great advancement, but after a cataclysm ended their golden age, they were split into isolated groups. From these various groups, "divine" bloodlines emerged, assuming the "right to rule."

Members of these groups, known as the Illuminati keep people under control via the chemical poisoning of the food supply, and eventually plan to microchip the entire population for complete external control, he outlined. However, he noted that people can break free by not identifying with the "body computer" or five senses. "We've forgotten that we're an expression of infinite consciousness," and have become identified with "the small instead of the all," said Icke.

In the 2008 election, both Giuliani and Hillary Clinton are Illuminati candidates-- "puppets of the hidden force," he declared, adding that Hillary is a particularly powerful figure in the Illuminati.

Stem Cell Update

First hour guest, author Christian Wilde reported on a research breakthrough in the use of stem cells. Researchers have been able to turn human skin cells into stem cells that can be as medically useful as those previously derived from embryos. Stem cell treatments may offer a significant way to combat heart disease, he noted.

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