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Ufology, Symbols & Secret Societies

Date Monday - March 8, 2004
Host George Noory
Guests Jordan MaxwellDr. SkyLynne D. Kitei M.D.

Investigative reporter and author, Jordan Maxwell, interwove a variety of topics that included ufology, secret societies, ancient symbology, and occult religion. He suggested that many UFO witnesses are "marginalized" because the US government may have made a deal with ETs, in which they would put down reports and help the aliens stay incognito. Maxwell also mentioned that he had access to off-the-record video footage in which former astronaut Gordon Cooper revealed that he had worked with an ET whose ship had crashed in Mexico.

Secret societies are a "powerful influence in the world today," noted Maxwell, and yet some of the most hidden powerful people are actually "puppets of a higher power," namely a group of ETs who co-mingle and exert control on the human family, he said.Maxwell said he found Nazi theology to be a fascinating subject of study, and that in Hitler's occult beliefs, the planet Saturn played an important symbolic role.

Phoenix Lights Update

The first hour featured a discussion about the 1997 Phoenix Lights incident with astronomy journalist Dr. Sky and Lynne D. Kitei M.D who recently published a book about the case. Dr. Kitei estimated that the object that flew over the Phoenix skies had a massive span that was 1-2 miles in width. Interestingly, she said she had seen the object both before and after the March 1997 incident, and that a similar craft was reported in the skies of St. Petersburg, Russia.

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