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Alien Interactions

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Jim Sparks, Peter Lance, Linda Moulton Howe

Alien abductee Jim Sparks shared more of his experiences with the Grays. Unlike many other abductees, he says he has 95% conscious recall of these events which occurred to him frequently over an 18-year period. The 4.5 - 5ft. tall Grays, as opposed to the shorter bio-robotic types involved in abductions, are able to think up to 100 times faster than humans, and exclusively communicate using telepathy, he said.

Though they appear to have no emotions, the Grays actually have "long-term" feelings rather than immediate reactions, and while they don't have names, they radiate different types of energy that signal their rank, he detailed. Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe joined in for part of the conversation, and she and Sparks discussed his contention that the aliens can exist in other dimensions, and are able to project themselves into our reality in varying increments.

As he moved from a path of resistance to cooperation over the years, he received various rewards from the Grays for complying, such as being "bathed in euphoria." Interestingly, he said that alien implants are beamed into humans via a set of instructions and built from elements that already exist inside the human body. This requires no incision, and there's no problem with the body rejecting the implant.

Peter Lance Update

First hour guest, investigative writer Peter Lance gave an update on the prosecution of al Qaeda terrorists, and commented on a report that imprisoned Ramzi Yousef had converted to Christianity.

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