Oliver Williams is the website editor for the time travel story of John Titor. He first saw John Titor's internet postings in the fall of 2002. After reading many of the sites where John was discussed, it amazed Oliver as to how much polarization and confrontation John's posts caused. Oliver soon realized that part of the problem was that there was no one place where all the posts could be easily seen. In early 2003, Oliver gathered the posts that John had left online and edited them into a single web site. The website also contains email and news events that point to subjects John spoke about. Oliver doesn't know if John Titor was a real time traveler or not, but, he says, what still amazes him about the posts is their ability to draw you in, question your sanity for thinking it might be real, and then scare you to death after seeing events unfold as John had said.
Electrical engineer and researcher Brooks Agnew talked about Project HAARP-styled technology, used by the U.S., China and Russia to artificially manipulate the ionosphere & weather, and potentially control populations and armies.
First hour guest, Oliver Williams gave an update on alleged time traveler More »
Former Minister of National Defense in Canada, Paul Hellyer discussed how Col. Philip J. Corso's work on UFOs inspired him to get involved with UFO disclosure, and the implications it has for the future of the planet.
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe presented reports on the honey bee disappearance, amphibian extinction, and the UFO phenomenon. Honey bees continue to disappear in huge numbers from the Pacific Coast and England, and it's now a serious question whether there'll be enough local bees to pollinate California's upcoming almond crop, she detailed.
Historian for alleged time traveler John Titor, Oliver Williams reviewed the facts of the remarkable case, and related some of Titor's past predictions to recent news stories. Titor's story has been pieced together from posts he made on Internet discussion boards beginning in November 2000 and ending in March 2001.
Remote viewer Paul Smith spoke about his experiences working in the now disbanded Stargate program. As part of a team, they remote viewed targets at the behest of the intelligence community such as the hostage situation in Lebanon, he said, but were rarely told when they succeeded in giving accurate information. The CIA recently released 90,000 pages of archives related to Stargate, but... More »
Paranormal researcher Nick Reiter shared case studies and theories regarding mysterious phenomena such as ghosts and entities. The unifying theme to such experiences appears to be human consciousness, and the phenomena can't be entirely separated from the living person's perceptions, he stated. He also believes there is "crossover" between ghosts and aliens, as both share the... More »
Documentary filmmaker and researcher Alex Jones returned to talk about the latest infiltration of the Bohemian Grove, automated tracking systems, and ominous developments in government spying. He warned that transponders, microchips and cell phones were increasingly being used for surveillance of citizens. For instance, one company has... More »
During the first two hours of Friday's program, Oliver Williams, website editor for JohnTitor.com, provided background info and an update on the predictions of alleged time traveler, John Titor, as well as took calls from listeners.All that is known about Titor, Williams explained, has been compiled from posts on internet discussions boards dating back to November 2000.
During the first two hours of Friday's show, Oliver Williams discussed the alleged time traveler John Titor, as well as fielded calls from listeners. According to Williams, John Titor traveled to our present from 2036, a time reeling from a nuclear conflict that finally ended an American civil war. Titor claimed he was part of a... More »