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Aliens & 'The Great Deception'

Date: 12-01-09
Host: George Noory
Guests: L. A. Marzulli

Appearing for the full 4-hour show, author L.A. Marzulli discussed his latest research exploring various global phenomena that are harbingers to the coming 'Great Deception.' A war in the Middle East, as prophesied in Ezekiel some 2,600 years ago referring to a "confederacy of nations that goes up against a land of unwalled villages" will involve a nuclear exchange, and could come soon, he warned. And this will trigger the 'Great Deception' in which aliens arrive in motherships (possibly as large as 150 miles wide) telling us that they are here to save us, he explained.

Relating the motherships to the return of the Bethlehem star, he said the original star at Christ's birth was caused by a rare conjunction of Venus and Jupiter. Marzulli outlined what he views as a malevolent fear-based agenda by the aliens citing their sinister cattle mutilations, genetic experiments, and creation of hybrids who could be thought of as what the Bible called Nephilim.

He shared stories of alien contactees such as Lynne Dickie who was made to feel special by the aliens in telepathic communications. Eventually, she was able to use "spiritual warfare" to ward off further encounters with the beings, he said. Marzulli also spoke about new findings with the Shroud of Turin, which showed evidence of holographic properties and a body being levitated. This demonstrates the physics of another realm, he commented.

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