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Mothman & the Antichrist

Date Monday - January 7, 2008
Host George Noory
Guests Robert FelixL. A. Marzulli

Author L. A. Marzulli discussed his research into the 'Luciferian Conspiracy,' as well as Mothman encounters. The conspiracy, he explained, concerns a satanic entity who wants to be worshipped; he'll take the form of the Antichrist, coming initially as a man of peace.

Whoever cuts a deal with Israel to rebuild the Temple Mount in Jerusalem will be the Antichrist, Marzulli declared, adding that he believes this person could be Jordan's King Abdullah II. Marzulli, citing biblical prophecy, said a confederacy of nations will attack Israel, who'll respond with the "Samson option," i.e. a nuclear attack.

Delving into his investigation of the Mothman sightings, he shared details of his interview with 'L.G.,' a man who claimed to have several encounters with a winged entity during the Point Pleasant episodes in 1966. He described a "wicked" 6 ft. tall creature, silver-glowing, with wings bending together, sunken eyes, and partially dressed in a robe. Though paralyzed in fear, the man was able to dispel the creature by "pleading the blood of Jesus." Marzulli suggested that Mothman is either a fallen angel or a "demonic hybrid."

Climate Update

First hour guest, researcher Robert Felix related record-setting cold & snow this season to the potential coming of a new ice age. Among recent examples of extreme weather, he cited: 10 feet of snow in two days at Kirkwood, CA, 47% of the U.S. being covered in snow on Jan. 3rd, and severe cold in India and Bulgaria.

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