Ian spoke with Miriam Delicado about her contact with extraterrestrial beings, their message for the world, and how it ties into the Hopi's Blue Star Prophecy and the End Times.
Delicado described a childhood abduction experience in which she was given a small rectangular object and instructed by aliens to take care of it. The object was silvery-gray in color and had markings on it, she explained, adding that she was unsure of its purpose. Delicado said the object is presently hidden.
Delicado also recounted her 1988 abduction by tall blond extraterrestrials. The beings had large blue eyes, thick wavy hair, and were angelic in appearance, she recalled. According to Delicado, they downloaded information into her telepathically and asked her to share their message with the world:
"One day a star will appear in the sky for all of man to see. Nothing or no one will be able to hide its presence from the world, and it will be sign to the people that the end is near and it is time to prepare."
Delicado noted the similarities between the aliens' End Times message and the Hopi's Blue Star Prophecy. She said the beings told her that should a great catastrophe visit the planet in the future, people will need to go to the 'safelands' -- special areas around the world (Four Corners in the United States) that are protected by the aliens.
Delicado also talked about the time she was approached by a mysterious man who tried to recruit her into a secret Russian psychic program, as well as her encounters with five men that looked and dressed alike, who appeared at various times in her life to inquire about alien technology.
In the first hour, writer James Chiles spoke about his new book, The God Machine: From Boomerangs to Black Hawks: The Story of the Helicopter, as well as traced the origin and use of black helicopters.
According to Chiles, two prototype 'black' helicopters, Hughes 500-Ps, were used for a secret wiretapping mission in Vietnam in 1972. The helicopters were specially modified to reduce noise, he explained, noting that they could not be heard until they were within 300-500 feet. Chiles said he had no information about the domestic use of these black helicopters.