Ancient Technology & Visitations

Ancient Technology & Visitations

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HostGeorge Noory

GuestsJason Martell, Erik Poltorak, Richard C. Hoagland

Researchers Jason Martell and Erik Poltorak (Parker) shared information about ancient technology, ET visitations and humankind's origins. Martell has focused his work on ancient artifacts such as cylinder seals, while Poltorak has delved into archaic texts.

Both have extensively studied the work of Sumerian scholar Zecharia Sitchin (Poltorak is the webmaster of sitchin.com), whose cuneiform translations describe how the Annunaki came to Earth from another planet in our solar system, Nibiru, and altered the DNA of humans. A round Sumerian tablet, exhibited at the British Museum, called the Planisphere, shows the route the Annunaki took to get from Nibiru to here, Martell detailed.

There are a number of ancient artifacts that depict "rocket ships" across various cultures, and most recently one has surfaced from Turkey, said Poltorak. Lord Pacal of the Mayans was portrayed blasting off in a ship with his nose hooked up to a breathing apparatus on a coffin lid, noted Martell. The Incan god Viracocha was described as pale-skinned and blue eyed and shared similarities to Egypt's culture, said Martell. Each culture creates their own version of a story, based on a shared original event, such as Noah and the flood, added Poltorak.

Water on Mars

First hour guest, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission commented on the new Mars findings which indicate that water was recently on the planet's surface. Having long been a proponent of the idea that water was on Mars, he predicted that we can look forward to the next big announcement-- that microscopic life has been found on Mars.

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