Author and researcher L.A. Marzulli discussed his UFO and ET research that went into his latest documentary Watchers 7 (trailer). There are some 2,000 UFO sightings a month in recent years, including huge motherships like the mile-wide craft witnessed in the Phoenix Lights, and a giant UFO seen in Alaska. He described intriguing UFO footage captured in Kumburgaz, Turkey which may show actual ET inhabitants in the craft, as well as an abductee on a table with a mantis-like being nearby (view image analysis by Mario Valdes).
Regarding alien implants removed by Dr. Roger Leir, they could be a type of highly sophisticated computer, "which may tie in to the ancient prophetic texts...the idea of the mark of the beast, which I believe changes the host's DNA," Marzulli commented. As far as the alien agenda, he thinks hybrid beings are being integrated into the population via abduction and breeding programs, and the ETs (who are the "fallen ones" from the Bible) are creating their own army.
He also talked about the 1917 Fatima incident in Portugal, in which thousands witnessed the sun appearing as an opaque, spinning disc in the sky. The miraculous sighting was attributed by believers to stem from the apparition of the Virgin Mary or Our Lady of Fatima, but Marzulli contends what they were seeing was a UFO, and that it wasn't really Mary but an alien messenger of deception. Further, he suggested the Vatican is getting ready to reveal an ET connection, perhaps like an alien savior, which could be the "coming great deception" that was prophesied thousands of years ago.
Music & Mind
First hour guest, brain researcher Neil Slade talked about different physiological aspects of the mind, as well as how certain kinds of music can trigger spontaneous and paranormal states of consciousness. He believes he's singled out specific elements in music that can, for instance, elicit the feeling of transcendent unity, as well as encourage telepathic and ESP abilities. Slade, who is also a music teacher and recording artist, has released a new book called Brain Tuning, that explores the power of music to alter and 'supercharge' the mind.