Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe presented reports on the Barbury Castle pattern, ocean acidity, an abductee's account of non-human technologies, and the U.K's recent UFO flap. She interviewed astrophysicist Mike Reed about the Barbury Castle pattern in a barley field (see photo below), which featured arcs of varying lengths on a ratcheted spiral that measured out Pi to the tenth decimal. Linda noted it was raining the night that the circle was made, yet no mud tracks appeared near the area.
Increased acidity in Pacific Coast waters is occurring much faster than global warming climate models predicted-- and is posing a threat to marine life. She interviewed Christopher Lee Sabine with the NOAA, who expressed surprise at the levels of acidity, which he associated with increased CO2 in the atmosphere.
Linda also presented audio of her conversation with "William," a man who claimed to have contact with a blond being named Zo from the Tau Ceti system who took him aboard his craft. While on the ship, William said he saw images of the Milky Way galaxy from inside a cube. Years later, while at the Aramu Muru rock doorway at Lake Titicaca in Peru, he said he disappeared in front of witnesses. He then entered a room with a huge floating gelatinous mass (around the size of a football field) that had pinpoints of light inside it. A voice explained to him it was an experiment to create a small universe.
A recent flurry of UFO activity in Britain has included a woman capturing footage of a cylindrical object on her cell phone, members of the Army videotaping 13 zigzagging objects, and a police helicopter having a near miss with a disc-shaped craft. Linda spoke with Nick Pope about the events.
First hour guest, trends analyst Gerald Celente discussed the dire economic situation in the U.S. After the election, interest rates will be raised and the dollar will be devaluated, he suggested. Further, he predicted we'll see massive bank failures, brought about by the banks having lent money to leveraged buy-out groups.
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