Investigative mythologist William Henry delved into galactic discoveries and prophecy, tying together some of NASA's new findings with ancient symbolism and knowledge. In particular Henry was intrigued with NASA's Stardust project, which in January 2006 is returning to Earth, with interstellar particles-- "the building blocks of our Solar System, to be studied here for the first time. If the particle count is increasing, this could mean that a galactic wave of dust is coming towards us, which may play a role in human evolution, he noted.
Henry compared the return of these particles to the biblical idea of manna from heaven. The ancients may have had the ability to utilize cosmic rays or cosmic dust particles to create magical products or oils that would provide them with spiritual nourishment or elevation, he theorized.
Scientists have also been making discoveries that suggest radio wave bursts are emanating from a black hole at the center of our galaxy. This could relate to the Mayan prophecy of 2012, suggesting that we are gathering new knowledge of our origins, said Henry. The Mayans may have been tuned into higher energies or chakras and thus been able to access galactic information, he added. For more, view images Henry sent us as part of his presentation.
First hour guest, Douglas Hagmann reported on an unconfirmed shoulder missile attack at LAX. Flare and bottle rocket explanations don't seem plausible, he said, and if this was indeed a missile attack, the public has the right to know.
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