Norio Hayakawa calls himself an unorthodox ufologist and activist. He has spent almost 10 years specifically investigating Area 51 in Nevada. He says that there is much more to Area 51 than just superficial facts made public about this well-known base. In 1990 he also began to investigate the strange goings-on at Dulce, New Mexico. After more than 45 years of researching the UFO phenomenon, he says that a conditioning of belief systems have been orchestrated since 1947 by a manipulative force that is preparing mankind for a near future mysterious scenario. The ingrained and "altered" realities behind both Area 51 and Dulce will play a role in that scenario. In March of 2009 he organized the first-ever Underground Base conference in Dulce, New Mexico.
In the first half, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami, Joe Uscinski, discussed why conspiracy theories are so popular among Americans and how some burn brightly and endure, while others flicker and fade. In the latter half, unorthodox... More »
In the first half, ufologist and paranormal pioneer Timothy Green Beckley talked about both vintage and recent UFO cases, as well as contact incidents with alien-type beings. His publishing company has been reintroducing 40-50 year-old UFO books to a new generation. In... More »
Author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed a variety of issues and situations including the machinations of the New World Order, turmoil in Libya and the Middle East, Japan, the potential New Madrid quake, angelic wars, and biblical prophecy. "We're at a crossroads with so... More »
Unorthodox ufologist Norio Hayakawa shared his views and research on UFOs, clandestine government activities, and the mysterious Dulce, New Mexico area. Last hour guest, teacher and author Sandra Ingerman talked about healing from a shamanic perspective. More »