Scholar and mythologist John Lash shared revelations about aliens and UFOs that he gleaned from his research of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Nag Hammadi texts. The Scrolls, he said, were written by an apocalyptic sect and contained numerous descriptions on the "hardware" side-- sightings of crafts and close encounters. The aliens were also written about in a positive light.
In contrast, in the Nag Hammadi texts, written by Gnostics, intrusive encounters and abductions are highlighted, with predatory aliens known as "Archons." Described as "draconic," these entities were said to not be of Earth, yet hail from our planetary system.The text explicitly warns of the Archons implanting divisive religious ideologies into the populace for their own purposes-- a situation he sees being played out today.
Lash outlined Nine Theories of ET Contact which encompass various ways of comprehending ufology. Among the paradigms he presented: The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis, which suggests our government cut a deal to trade access to advanced technology for the right for ETs to conduct experiments on humans and animals. The Mind Control Hypothesis, as exemplified by Jacques Vallee, which posits that UFO phenomena is real "but not in the sense that it appears to be." And the Benevolent Hypothesis, which assumes "space brothers" are here to helpfully intervene and initiate humanity into a higher evolution.
First hour guest, investigative reporter Jon Rappoport commented on an EPA advisory panel's recommendation that a chemical in Teflon be considered a likely carcinogen. People who have used Teflon pans may be at risk, and the specific chemical, perfluorooctanoic acid, also known as C-8, is in other products besides just cookware, he warned. Further, Rappoport noted that DuPont was fined for concealing the dangers of Teflon for over 20 years.