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Reptilians & Men in Black

Date Monday - November 2, 2009
Host George Noory
Guests John Rhodes

Known as the "Crypto Hunter," UFO researcher John Rhodes talked about the role of Men in Black (MIBs) in enforcing secrecy around UFO/alien matters, as well as for corporate and military purposes. He recently participated in an episode of UFO Hunters titled The Silencers, that delved into this subject, and during production, the team had their own encounters with MIBs, he said. Some of the Men in Black are defense agents who seek to limit public knowledge, and enforce cooperation through intimidation, he said. Other MIBs are more exotic-- foreign nationals, possibly ETs, or from the Inner World, he continued.

Rhodes said he's had his own experiences with MIBs-- at one point, it appeared they were doing something to his car, and they also may have had cameras set up in his home. He described another person's abduction by MIBs, in which they were taken to a concrete room, handcuffed to the floor, and given injections. For more on the Men in Black, check out Rhodes' in-depth report.

He also spoke about Reptilian beings, and characterized the large humanoids as underground-dwelling 'Inner-Terrestrials' who are native to this planet, even though to us they appear as alien. The new ABC series V deals with the relationship between humans and Reptilians, and serves as a cautionary note about beings who say they are here to save us, he commented.

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