'Crypto Hunter' John Rhodes discussed reports of reptilian humanoids, and secret underground locations that could house alien cultures, lost civilizations and government facilities.
Descriptions by witnesses of the reptilians or "reptoids" show some variation though they are typically described as 7-10 ft. humanoids with reptile-like features such as three-fingered claws and vertical-slit pupils, with a demeanor that can run from benevolent to aggressive. The reptilians may have sought out refuge underground after Earth underwent climate changes some 12,000 years ago, he theorized. Rhodes recounted testimony of a witness named Tal who had an encounter in 1979 with a glowing translucent reptilian in his home in Santa Fe. The being sent a geometric plasma ball toward him which transferred information into his mind, he reported.
Rhodes recently appeared on an episode of UFO Hunters sharing his research on a suspected secret underground base in Dulce, New Mexico. The base is said to have seven subterranean levels, and according to a former security guard, mentally ill and missing people were being used as test subjects for bio enhancement experiments and the creation of "super soldiers."
Rhodes met with Jicarilla Apache tribal elders who confirmed to him that there was a base in the Dulce area, and a Hopi Chief said their ancestors had been taken underground by the Lizard or Ant People during a time of environmental crisis. He also spoke about evidence for a lost city in the Grand Canyon that was initially written about by a Prof. S.A. Jordan. Artifacts included benches carved out of a wall and an amulet with monstrous carvings.
First hour guest, financial advisor Mish Shedlock commented on the situation facing American automakers GM and Chrysler. Though the companies have received billions in federal loans, they are now facing possible bankruptcies in order to survive.
A photograph from Google's street view service could be showing a fleet of UFOs over East London. Ufologist Nick Pope told The Sun that the image was "truly fascinating." More here.
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