Jason Martell is an entrepreneur and co-founder of numerous successful tech companies. He is also an acclaimed researcher and lecturer in ancient civilization technologies. For over 20 years these two realms of business and personal passion have served as pillars of Mr. Martell’s career — and while they are parallel to each other, they do have one thing in common: a desire to uncover knowledge and foster progress for humankind.
Mr. Martell’s research has been featured globally on numerous television and radio networks such as The Discovery Channel, Syfy Channel, and the BBC. He has lectured around the world and has guested on the History Channel TV show Ancient Aliens for ten years. Mr. Martell also authored numerous books based on his research, including "Knowledge Apocalypse."
Jay Weidner spoke an alchemy and "plasma beings."Jason Martell discussed evidence for ancient aliens. Open Lines took up the last hour. More »
Jason Martell discussed his research into ancient astronaut theories, and the current developments in disclosure. Open Lines followed. More »
In the first half, William Craig Reed, U.S. Navy diver, submarine weapons technician, and espionage photographer for special operations aboard nuclear submarines, shared his analysis of the current geopolitical situation, economic chaos, and state of military technology and... More »
In the first half of the program, host Jimmy Church (email) welcomed researcher Jason Martell, who discussed how ancient cultural beliefs were tied to the procession of the equinox and how this concept of a vast cycle of time can inform modern humans about what's coming. ... More »
In the first half, former Wall St. executive, Nomi Prins, now a journalist and commentator, discussed the interdependence between America's past 19 presidents to key bankers, and the shocking ways in which the same people, through symbiotic collaborations impact American... More »
In the first half, researcher Jason Martell discussed ancient technologies, and why many ancient cultures tracked patterns based on astronomical cycles, and used megalithic monuments in association with this. In the second half, author David Wellington discussed... More »
Archaeo-astronomer and director of the Binary Research Institute, Walter Cruttenden, and researcher in ancient advanced technologies Jason Martell, discussed theories of Nibiru (Planet X), contacts with the Annunaki, as well as how humankind has been affected by the Cycle of... More »
Author and researcher Jason Martell detailed how many ancient cultures tracked patterns based on reoccurring astronomical cycles, such as the precession of the equinoxes. First hour guest, political scientist Joel Skousen commented on the recent attacks on Libya by the... More »
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe presented material on crop circles' connections to UFOs, Robert Salas' military UFO encounter, half cats & cattle mutilations, and the bee colony collapse disorder. In the first hour, researchers Jason Martell and Erik Poltarek... More »
Researchers Jason Martell and Erik Poltorak (Parker) shared their expertise in Sumerian history, ET visitations and modern and ancient reports of Planet X. More »
Researchers Jason Martell and Erik Poltorak (Parker) shared information about ancient technology, ET visitations and humankind's origins. More »
Ian Punnett, now in his regular Saturday slot, welcomed Jason Martell, a student of ancient Sumerian artifacts who talked about Sumerian astronomy and ancient astronauts. More »
Researcher Jason Martell discussed ancient Sumerian science and culture, which he believes was extremely advanced and influential. For instance, the Sumerians were aware of the esoteric 25,000 year astronomical cycle called precession, as well as being the first to divide the... More »
Following in the footsteps of Zecharia Sitchin, Wednesday night's guest, researcher Jason Martell, pointed out how the Sumerian civilization of some 6,000 years ago had sophisticated astronomical, medical and mathematical knowledge, as demonstrated through their artifacts.... More »