Mysteries of Easter

Mysteries of Easter

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HostGeorge Noory

GuestsWilliam Henry, Janet Skarbek

Investigative mythologist William Henry returned to the show to share mysteries of the Crucifixion and Easter. He described a "resurrection machine," as a 90-180 ft. tall device, that resembled the Ark of the Covenant, and came from the "Shining Ones," the gods of ancient Sumeria.

The machine was topped by two tablets or "pillars of enlightenment," that could be activated by the human body, which is actually a "ladder for the soul to return to its source," Henry said. Such transformations might be similar to what Jesus experienced after his crucifixion, as he spent three days traveling into the Milky Way as a "being of light," he detailed.

Delving into the hidden symbols of Easter, Henry mentioned that the tradition of the Easter Bunny comes from Osiris, the god of resurrection in the Egyptian tradition, whose symbol was the hare. Easter eggs, he said, represent gems of the underworld, or our desire to return to the soul. This coming May, Henry and Jordan Maxwell will be leading a tour through Egypt. Go to Ancient Wisdom Tours for more details.

CJD Cases in NJ

First half-hour guest, Janet Skarbek, discussed her investigation into an alarming series of fatal CJD cases which she discovered were connected to the Garden State Racetrack in New Jersey (now closed). She suspects patrons of the racetrack's restaurant got the illness from eating meat contaminated with Mad Cow Disease sometime between 1988 and 1992, and because CJD has a long gestation period (3 to 50 years) more cases are starting to arise. Further, Skarbek believes the government may be trying to sweep the facts under the carpet, as they don't want to hurt beef sales in the U.S.

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