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Atlantis Connections

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Will Hart, Major Ed Dames

Journalist and author Will Hart shared his insights into uncovering our cosmic ancestry and connections to Atlantis. The focus should not be on finding Atlantis on the bottom of the ocean, but rather in tracing its influence which is spread out across a number of civilizations, he said. Egypt, in particular, he believes shows signs of Atlantean heritage. The pyramids were built between 10 and 20,000 years ago, he estimated, and once had outer casings on them. They were placed at prime energy points and were used in a kind of technology that interfaced with human consciousness, Hart said.

The Olmecs of Mexico, who mysteriously disappeared, were another civilization that he connected with Atlantis. Some of their artifacts such as highly polished obsidian mirrors may have had paranormal or supernatural uses, he suggested. He also theorized that the Basque culture of Europe, and the Berbers of Africa have roots in Atlantis. Both groups, live near the Atlantic ocean and have unique physical characteristics that set them apart from their neighbors.

Dames Appearance

First hour surprise guest, remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames joined George live in the studio. Dames will be one of the participants in a pay-per-view In Demand show called Predicting the Future that will be hosted by George Noory on January 24th. Living up to his nickname of 'Dr. Doom,' Dames said that conditions on Earth will be particularly gloomy after 2007. Solar events will heat up our planet like a "rotisserie" and there will be wars over water.

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Marc McPherson discussed high strangeness associated with Canada's Nahanni National Park, including a region called "The Valley of Headless Men." Next, Arlen Schumer talked about Rod Serling and The Twilight Zone. Open Lines followed in the latter half.

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