Military fiction writer Mack Maloney, in the course of researching his novels, discovered numerous places all over the world similar to the top secret Area 51 in Nevada. He shared what he's uncovered about UFOs, and their relationship to these secret bases. Aided in the writing of his book, Beyond Area 51, by an employee of a U.S. intelligence agency he referred to as "Spook," Maloney learned that there may be as many as two dozen bases all around the world. Historically, one of the first secret bases was in the ancient Israeli city of Meggido, where a fortress was constructed on a mountain to hide their military force, he detailed. Nowadays, secret bases are generally built underground in order to remain out of view of satellites, he noted.
There's a vast underground base in Russia in the Yamantau Mountain built in the 1990s, probably as a place where top government officials would go in the case of a nuclear event, he said. In the United States, Area 51 functions mostly as a place for the Air Force to secretly test new reconnaissance aircraft like the U2, Maloney asserted, adding that he believes Bob Lazar may have been a government disinformation agent, creating an ET story to distract or divert attention away from the real technology at the Nevada base. In another case of disinformation, he concluded that Paul Bennewitz's tale about aliens and UFOs inside an underground base in Dulce, NM had been fed to him by government agents to throw him off track, after he'd stumbled onto some of their secret experiments.
Maloney recounted some of the strange aerial sightings seen in Colorado's San Luis Valley, as well as the alleged 1974 incident in which President Nixon took Jackie Gleason to view the remains of an alien crew and flying saucer under military guard at a hangar in the Homestead AFB in Florida. He also reviewed WWII era UFO sightings like the foo fighters, and the 'Battle of Los Angeles.' One of the intriguing things that Maloney's friend "Spook" told him was that for really secret technology like a recovered UFO, it would probably be "hidden in plain sight" rather than placed in an underground base. For more, check out this short video clip in which Maloney talks about his series of novels in which 'Mad Max' meets WWIII.
First hour guest, nutrition consultant Shelley Redford Young talked about how the science of food meets the taste of health. High sugars and sensationalistic flavors can taint our taste buds to look for very extreme flavors, but we can retrain them to appreciate the subtle sweetness of garden green vegetables, she remarked. Young also advocated maintaining an alkaline pH balance in the body, and various supplements like chlorophyll, alkaline water, and green juices that can reduce acidity.
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