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Jordan Codices

Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the bizarre story of the alleged human-alien hybrid found dead in Los Angeles and said to be involved with the CIA; mysterious and spectacular crop formations found in the wheat fields of Wiltshire, England on the summer solstice this past June, and the breaking story about the sun going to sleep in 2030 and ushering in a brutal mini ice age across the planet.

In the first hour, political commentator and economist John Lott reacted to the shooting of two reporters in Virginia on Wednesday and the ramifications the event may have on gun laws.

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Date: Saturday - December 17, 2011
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Jesse Richards, David Elkington, Captain Kelly Sweeney

During the middle two hours, religious scholar and Egyptologist, David Elkington, joined Ian Punnett for an update on the Jordan Codices: seventy, ancient and sealed metal books that could change the world’s view of Biblical history. In the first hour, author Jesse Richards talked about why we should all be positive about world events and the future of the planet. Capt. Kelly Sweeney provided brief maritime updates in the final hour.

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