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Mysterious Pyramid, Puzzling DNA, & Angelic Light

In the first half, spokesperson on the health dangers of genetically modified foods, Jeffrey Smith, talked about the battlefronts on the war for GMOs including the fight over glyphosate in Europe, and the DARK Act which concerns GMO labeling.

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Mysterious Pyramid, Puzzling DNA, & Angelic Light

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Date: Thursday - September 27, 2012
Host: George Noory
Guests: Linda Moulton Howe, John Hafernik

Investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe, discussed another report of an underground pyramid near Mount McKinley, Alaska, new DNA research on the blood of three modern African groups, a cancer link to GMO corn, and encounters with 'angelic light.'

In her first segment, she spoke with Bruce Pearson, the son of a WWII Navy PT boat fighter, who said in the spring of 1978, his father flew with a USAF Huey helicopter crew from Unalakleet east two hours to an underground pyramid site in Alaska. His father was allegedly told by the helicopter pilot: "This is as super secret a situation as the Manhattan Project was. Nobody is supposed to know this place even exists. This thing is some kind of power generator and it's thousands of years old, it's made out of stone like a pyramid. They don’t know where it came from, who made it or how it works. But it can generate enough power to power the whole North Slope, all of Alaska, and probably the whole country of Canada!" For more, on the mysterious pyramid in Alaska, see a recap of Linda's earlier report.

A new genome study of three African populations has found foreign DNA than doesn't resemble DNA from any modern humans or even Neanderthal DNA. Linda interviewed Prof. Joshua Akey from the University of Washington about the DNA that came from an unknown group. Though the DNA is "foreign," Akey said there was no evidence that it could be the result of ETs manipulating human DNA. More here.

A new medical study examined the long-term effects of Monsanto's Roundup herbicide and Roundup-resistant GMO corn and has found that rats exposed to even the smallest amounts of Roundup, developed mammary tumors and severe liver and kidney damage as early as four months in males and seven months for females, Linda reported. She spoke with Stacy Malkan, a GMO specialist who is working for the passage of Proposition 37 in California, which would make it mandatory to label genetically engineered fish, crops and foods, and to clearly separate them in supermarkets and grocery stores from foods that are not genetically engineered. More.

In her last report, Linda shared her interview with "Shane Elam," a real estate company employee who experienced a blue and white 'angelic' light entering his home two years ago. He lost about two hours of time and has been haunted by the "warm silk" feel of the light surrounding him and vivid dreams afterward that are increasing, which seem to relate to Ezekiel's rings within rings. He has a growing nervousness that a global event is imminent that will shock the whole human family. Click here for more, including sketches.

Zombie Bee Problem

First hour guest, Biology professor John Hafernik talked about his team's original discovery of zombie bees, in which the Zombie Fly (Apocephalus borealis) parasitizes and kills honey bees. The female Zombie fly lays eggs inside the bee, and as the eggs hatch into larvae and begin feeding on the live bee, the bee eventually becomes disoriented and flies away form its hive during the night, and later dies. Hafernik has organized the ZomBee Watch, a citizen science project to track the honey bee parasite.

News segment guests: Lauren Weinstein, Peter Davenport

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