Appearing during the middle two hours, forensic artist and alternative investigator, Bill McDonald, shared updates on several of his projects including the biology of the Loch Ness monster, as well as how advances in molecular medicine and nanotechnology will facilitate future long distance space travel beyond the orbit of Mars. Biological beings cannot survive deep space travels or warp drive, as they will acquire brittle bone disease and irreversible tissue damage, he said. So, one solution, he detailed, is using applied nanotechnology, which is to say loading millions of microscopic nano-assemblers, microsurgical bots and nanites with default medical support programming into each individual space traveler.
Such technology would in effect turn the astronauts into cybernetic organisms or cyborgs, he noted. This correlates with reports of certain 'Grey' ETs who've been described as being partly robotic, as well descriptions of the Roswell craft and aliens, in which the vehicle and flight crew were said to be merged into a "combined being," McDonald cited.
Regarding his research into Nessie and sea monsters, he posited that certain types of eels could occasionally produce a single rare individual that is truly a giant aquatic monster, feeding both in the water and crawling around on land (see related illustration below). He correlated his theory to the work of Jeremy Wade of the River Monsters TV show, who has located a number of giant fish that could eat or kill a person. McDonald also touched on his wife Lori's investigations into ghosts and the paranormal.
The last hour featured Open Lines.
First hour guest, researcher L.A. Marzulli discussed his exploration of ancient mounds and circles in the Ohio Valley. He believes some of these circles, which predate Native Americans, were built by the Nephilim (the spawn of Fallen Angels and Earth women), as 7 to 10 ft. skeletons were excavated from the site in the late 19th century. He reported that a number of people living near the mounds have experienced demonic or poltergeist activity, and also spoke about his investigation of a recent crop formation in the area. For more, see article below.
In tandem with his 10/2/12 appearance, L.A. Marzulli shares his photo of one of the Hopewell Mounds in Ohio, near where a crop circle was recently discovered. The lower half of the image shows the rock wall that the mound sits in.
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Bumper music from Tuesday October 02, 2012