Prof. Carmen Boulter discussed the history and mysteries of ancient Egypt, what's being hidden and what's being revealed. She was recently in Egypt for a press conference about the DNA results of King Tut's mummy, and found the announcement that the young pharaoh had various medical maladies to be slanted and contradictory to her "psychic archeology" view that the leaders from the 18th Dynasty were highly conscious and healthy beings. She cited evidence for ancient Egypt's advanced technology-- they were very sophisticated in their sky/ground correlations and lined the Giza Pyramids up with stars in the Orion constellation. The pyramids, she said, were built with antigravity methods-- "I envision large lifters and small nudgers," and people acting as "human divining rods that were connecting the cosmic energy to the earth."
She spoke about her recent visit to Abydos where she visited the Osirion, one of the oldest temples in Egypt. The water level on the lower floor was down and she was able to photograph additional "Flowers of Life," that were previously unseen (see images below). Other designs at Abydos that appear to depict flying craft and submarines were not superimposed on the hieroglyphics but might have been their visions of the future, or possibly technology they already had, she said.
Boulter visited a temple at Dendera and found new images revealed after soot and fungus had been cleaned from the walls. These included "frog-headed beings with pharaonic bodies," star maps, solar boats, and a "baboon that depicts time." She also described 22 huge sarcophagi at the Serapeum in Saqqara which she suggested might have served as teleportation chambers for the advanced beings possibly visiting Earth during that era.
First hour guest, investment advisor Mish Shedlock offered commentary on the economy and healthcare. The just passed healthcare bill has no provisions to cut costs, and has already seen a number of lawsuits filed against it, he noted, adding that the legislation was railroaded through just like the bailouts.