Gerald Clark is a 1994 graduate of the University of California at San Diego. He holds an MSEE in Electronic Circuits and Systems, and a BS in Computer Engineering. The author of several papers in the communications and electronics field, he is well known for his work in the San Diego high technology industry, and was awarded several patents in the Free Space Optical Laser Communications field.
During the years 1996-2002, working as a telecommunications executive, Gerald’s business travels took him to various parts of the world exposing him to a plethora of cultures which acted as a catalyst for his research into mankind's earliest technologies and accomplishments, including the cultures of Mesopotamia and the surrounding areas of Turkey, Egypt, Persia, and Iraq, eventually leading to the cuneiform-inscribed tablets left by the Sumerians.
Glenn Rhoades, Dr. Peter Pry, and Tommy Waller discussed EMP emergency preparedness.Gerald Clark spoke on the legends of the Annunaki. More »
Gerald Clark spoke on pre-Biblical history. Glenn Kreisberg discussed megalithic sites in the U.S. More »
In the first half, author Gerald Clark discussed the ancient astronaut theory. Followed by May McCarthy on how to achieve New Year's resolutions. More »
In the first half of the program, author Gerald Clark reacted to the news that 400,000-year-old human DNA has been discovered and talked about how it connects to his research into the Annunaki and human origins. In the latter half, one the world's foremost experts on... More »
John B. Wells was joined by author Gerald Clark (book link) for a discussion on his research into the forgotten history of humanity's Anunnaki legacy. He also spoke about cloaking technology and DARPA's development of an implant that can read brain signals (related article). More »
Gerald Clark (book link) discussed his passion for ancient astronaut technology and tablets left by the Sumerians which support Zecharia Sitchin's ideas that humans were seeded by the Anunnaki. First hour guest, privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht reacted to news that... More »