Investigative journalist and radio host Josh Reeves joined John B. Wells for a discussion on America's forgotten history. Reeves shared his research into a mysterious wall buried under Rockwall, Texas. The ancient structure was built by an advanced civilization that pre-dated the arrival of Native Americans, he revealed. Beneath Rockwall are crystals with strong piezoelectrical properties, Reeves reported, noting how they may have been part of a harmonic energy generator used to launch spacecraft. His investigation into who could have built the wall, as well as the archaic mounds found all over the world, uncovered evidence for a race of giants.
According to Reeves, giant remains and other artifacts have been uncovered near and within mounds dating as far back as the most ancient Middle Eastern societies. Some mounds, such as those in Moundville, Alabama, were constructed over several hundred years and aligned to specific celestial locations, he explained, adding that they may have acted as a portal to another star system. Native American tales speak of a graveyard for giants that existed eons before they migrated into the land, Reeves continued. In addition, their culture has preserved myths of a race of red-haired giants that waged war against a group of black-haired giants, he disclosed.
Reeves suggested the Smithsonian Institution was engaged in subterfuge regarding artifacts which share similarities with other ancient cultures across the planet and support the existence of a lost civilization in America. Like the Ark of the Covenant in Raiders of the Lost Ark, the Smithsonian has a way of misplacing such artifacts, Reeves said. The powers that be may fear a loss of control over the people should the truth ever come out about these ancients and the knowledge they possessed, he proposed. Reeves also talked about other various government cover-ups and conspiracies, including chemtrails, which he said serve a variety of applications from modifying the weather to acting as a global radar system capable of imaging the entire planet.
UK newspaper Mail On Sunday has revealed the massive international security risk posed by guns that can be easily produced on today's 3D printers. Reporters successfully smuggled a plastic pistol through airport-style security and onto a crowded Eurostar train. The components of the weapon, which is capable of firing a .38-caliber bullet, were "printed" on a $2600 machine from blueprints available on the Internet. More at Mail Online.
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