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Angels and Light Bodies

Date: 12-06-10
Host: George Noory
Guests: William Henry, Stephen Macknik, Susana Martinez-Conde

Investigative mythologist William Henry discussed the connection between the seraphim and reptilians, and the transition into the "next human" as beings who enter the rainbow body of light. There are several different kinds of angels, he noted, but the seraphim are of the highest order, beings of pure light and love, who could represent the next level of humanity. "I believe that we're on the verge of duplicating...ascension chambers" that have been depicted in ancient representations, and this is going to be opening the door towards traveling in parallel dimensions-- a technology that could actually be available in the next 10 years, he predicted.

The Tibetans teach that Earth is part of a federation of 14 different star systems, including Sirius, Arcturus, and the Pleiades. Some of the advanced Tibetan masters are said to have evolved into light bodies and traveled to these other systems, possibly through wormholes, said Henry. Beings who have transformed into rainbow or light bodies may appear to us like apparitions, such as when Mother Mary is seen, he continued.

Henry pointed out that the ancients pictured the seraphim as feathered serpents, and depicted them in artworks as having vortex-shaped bodies covered with feathers. While the seraphim have a serpentine aspect to them, he differentiated them from the reptilians, the so-called tall, crocodile-nosed ETs who have been associated with negative behavior toward humans. The rainbow body tradition is calling upon humanity to expand our hearts and minds and become more full spectrum electrical and spiritual beings, he imparted.

The Neuroscience of Magic

First hour guests, neuroscientists Stephen Macknik and Susana Martinez-Conde revealed some of the scientific aspects behind magicians' tricks. "Magicians manipulate our attention and awareness by taking control and hacking our brains," said Macknick. They take advantage of the fact that human brains are hard wired to use attention to enhance certain things while suppressing others, he added.

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