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Weather Wars, Prophecy, & Giants

Date: 11-29-07
Host: George Noory
Guests: Steve Quayle, Linda Moulton Howe

Author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed his recent work on climate change and weather manipulation, and also touched on his interests in biblical prophecy, giants, and the mysterious deaths of microbiologists. There's a long history of groups modifying the weather, dating back in the modern era to 1947, he stated. But now, all weather is manipulated, he asserted, and the ultimate purpose is for warfare and targeting individuals and locations. He related weather modification, with its potential generation of drought, famine and death to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Quayle cited chemtrails (which have been found to contain toxic elements such as barium) as one form of weapon dispersal. He warned that "unnatural disasters" can be brought about through technology-- for instance, weaponry could be used to collapse the Cumbre Vieja Shelf in the Canary Islands, causing a potentially disastrous tsunami.

On the subject of giants, he said he's awaiting photos that purportedly show ancient footprints of 18 ft. tall giants from Lebanon and Syria, and that a co-researcher had extracted a giant's tooth in South America.

Glowing Disc Encounter

First hour guest, Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles reported on a glowing disc encounter in New Mexico in 1974, in which the military was present. She interviewed two witnesses to the event who described a craft that was 40 ft. in diameter and had an intense glow like a fluorescent bulb.

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Bumper music from Thursday November 29, 2007

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