During the middle two hours, researcher Len Kasten discussed his research into UFOs and the alien agenda. Kasten said his interest in UFOs began at Eglin Air Force Base, where one night he witnessed a glowing green and gold craft moving swiftly and silently over the Gulf of Mexico. The sighting was confirmed the next day by radar operators and reported to a superior in the aptly titled 'UFO Office', he noted. Some years after Kasten's initial encounter, he began looking into the extraterrestrial presence on our planet.
According to Kasten, a malevolent alien race with whom Hitler had allied himself, and perhaps themselves bent on world domination, helped the Nazis develop flying saucer technology during World War II. After the war, in 1946, the U.S. launched a covert military action against an alleged secret underground Nazi base in Antarctica, where the troops were greeted by flying saucers from the ocean, he continued. The extraterrestrials warned American forces to never again return to Antarctica with weapons, Kasten added.
In 1954, shortly after rejecting a deal with a benevolent race known as the Pleiadians, President Eisenhower made his own arrangement with less kind aliens, Kasten revealed. Under the Treaty of Graeda, the Grays promised to help advance technology and weapons development in America in exchange for freedom to abduct the country's citizen, Kasten said. The ETs used these human abductees in a Hybrid Project, he asserted, noting that the aliens were part of a dying race.
Kasten believes several subsequent presidents were made aware of the government’s dealings with aliens, and even suggested a possible connection between Project Serpo and the Kennedy assassination. Despite so much ET interaction over the decades, Kasten does not think the U.S. government will ever disclose their existence to the public -- which is a shame, as an alignment with good aliens could bring about paradise on Earth, he said.
The last hour was devoted to Open Lines.
In the first hour, earth changes expert Mitch Battros commented on the recent global eruption on the Sun. We are in a cyclical time and likely to experience escalated solar episodes like the August 1st explosion, Battros said. Perhaps related to the current sun cycle is the bitter cold weather hitting the eastern coast of the United States, he explained, noting that some scientists believe the planet may be heading into a mini ice age. Battros also spoke about new research findings that indicate a planetary collision occurred between Mars and an unknown Earth-sized body. This collision may have been what killed Mars, he added.
News segment guest: Katherine Albrecht
British photographer Graham Ekins has captured rare images of an amazing squid which use jet propulsion to leap out of the sea to avoid predators. The eight inch-long blue creatures can 'fly' up to 65ft through the air using their fins like wings to stay balanced. The photos were taken in the waters south of Japan. More at Mail Online.
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