Bible prophecy researcher and author Gary Stearman presented a fusion of Christian and scientific study, arguing that key people in the Bible were transported through time and space, and that UFOs/aerial craft were described in the ancient books. Over 40 years ago, Stearman was flying a plane over Texas and had a life-changing UFO encounter. A disc around 100 ft. in diameter approached his plane, and probed his thoughts. Later, when he landed at the Lubbock airport, he discovered he'd been gone for six hours-- his plane only had enough fuel for 4 hours. This event led him to seek out answers from the spiritual dimension.
The Apostle John is an example of a time traveler in the Bible, said Stearman. In the book of Revelation, "he relates how he was praying at one point, and the Lord opened a door in heaven...'and the first voice I heard was as it were of a trumpet and the voice said come up here and I'll show you things that must be hereafter.'" John went on a guided tour of the future, traveling from around 96 AD to around 2020-2025, Stearman estimated. Rather than a flight of imagination, he believes John actually traveled through time. Joshua wrote a narrative of the sun going backwards, which suggests that time is malleable. Moses and Elijah also had time travel-like episodes, he added.
The story of Ezekiel's wheel in the Bible sounds like a craft sighting, and may have even described the experience of G-force, he noted. In the earlier book of Enoch, Enoch was said to enter a flying house and take a guided tour of Earth, he detailed. Stearman also talked about the philosophical nature of time, biblical prophecies, such as Daniel's "pivotal" message about the arrival of the Antichrist, as well as "transdimensional raiders," who could be considered angels from the dark side.
Pat Boone Studio Visit
First hour guest, actor/singer Pat Boone popped into the studio for a visit, reminiscing about his career. He recalled how he got his start in music, appearing on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour, and his experiences filming the sci-fi classic Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959). Boone also talked about the new edition of his book, Questions About God, which offers evidence for God's existence.
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory is featuring emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. Tonight, we heard from Danny Buchanan, Holloway, Shue Shungulla, Kevin Branigan, Elephant Revival, Katia Riquelme, and The Big Shots. For more info on how to submit your original music, visit this page.
Bumper music from Sunday October 2, 2011
Midnight Express (The Chase)
Living in a Car
The Big Shots
No Dapper Dan
Boom Boom Pow
Black Eyed Peas
(What A) Wonderful World
Wind Of Change
Red Rubber Ball