William Henry discussed his work as an investigative mythologist, and his recent trip to Switzerland and Rennes-le-Chateau, France. While at Rennes-le-Chateau, Henry said he was researching alternative traditions concerning Jesus and Mary Magdalene, as well as looking for additional evidence for a lost gospel, known by the Cathars as the Book of Love-- a collection of primitive Christian symbols that were supposedly delivered from Jesus to John the Divine.
Henry also delved into his research on ancient civilizations and technology, including the rod and the ring and stargates. According to Henry, ancient mythologies and artwork depict light beings who were able to traverse the heavenly realms via wormholes in space and time. Knowledge of how to lift one's 'divine spark' into these other dimensions has largely been lost, though some (such as Tibet's Dali Lama) believe we can reawaken this latent capability, Henry said. For more, view related material William sent in to us.
Working with a Killer
In the first hour, Ian spoke with Mary Capps, former co-worker of Dennis Rader, the BTK serial killer. She discussed what it was like working under the supervision of Rader, and how he had intimidated her on the job. Capps also revealed why she believes she may have been Rader's next murder victim.