Dr. Ken Hanson is a dynamic author, lecturer, and founder of "Treasures in Time," an organization devoted to disseminating knowledge of the Biblical and classical world. He has dug on archaeological sites in the Middle East, lived in a politically volatile region of northern Galilee, and taught Hebrew on an Israeli agricultural settlement. He has also worked with a television news-gathering operation in a war zone in southern Lebanon, at the height of the civil war that left the jewel of the Mediterranean in ruins.
In the first half, biochemist and nutritionist Ted Broer spoke about an array of topics including secretive technology such as scalar waves, how transhumanism will turn humans into "bio-robots," and new studies on Morgellon's disease and a possible relationship to chemtrails.
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Douglas Rushkoff joined Ian Punnett (Twitter) to discuss what he calls "present shock," the idea that we have a completely new relationship to time; we live in an always-on "now," where the priorities of this moment seem to be everything.
Professor, author and researcher, Dr. Ken Hanson, spoke about biblical history, prophecies, and discoveries, as well as shared his analysis of the Middle East, and the potential for apocalyptic events.
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Author Gary Jansen talked about how he became a believer in ghosts after moving back into his childhood home and experiencing unexplainable things there. In the first hour, Judaic Studies professor Ken Hanson commented on the authenticity of the Jordan Codices, and... More »
Skeptic Michael Shermer spoke about Harold Camping's failed May 21st Rapture prediction, and why people believe the things they do. Next, Judaica professor Ken Hanson discussed how President Obama's policy toward Israel could trigger Armageddon in the Middle East. Then,... More »
Professor, author and researcher Dr. Ken Hanson returned to discuss the new stone tablet unearthed near the Dead Sea, which contains prophecies about the Messiah as well as revelations from the Angel Gabriel. He's been studying the 3-ft. tablet, known as the 'Gabriel Revelation,' for the last year. Containing 87 lines of Hebrew, the ink is inscribed directly into the stone, which prevents... More »
Prof. Ken Hanson shared his knowledge and analysis of the "Lost Bible" texts. These books, which were considered extraneous to the Bible, have been around for many centuries but most people are unaware of their existence, he said. Most were composed between 2,000 to 3,000 years ago in Hebrew and Aramaic but the originals were lost or deliberately suppressed, and parts were then... More »