Comparative mythologist Dave Talbott and physicist Wallace Thornhill (hour 2 only) discussed their theories about the electric universe, and how electric forces have widely affected our solar system, as well as Earth's ancient history. Contrary to the views of mainstream astronomers, "electricity is actually responsible for the formation of the universe and everything in it," argued Thornhill. The two have also concluded that ancient myths and symbols reference or depict electric discharge phenomena.
Such discharge formations can be recreated in a laboratory and compared to images on ancient symbols carved on stone around the world, Talbott noted. He recounted his correspondence with Los Alamos physicist and plasma scientist Anthony Peratt, who was reportedly quite surprised that images on ancient rock art accurately depicted plasma discharges.
Talbott said he visited renegade scholar Immanuel Velikovsky shortly before his death to talk to him about gravity. Velikovsky believed that science did not understand gravity, and that it didn't obey Newton's laws. Talbott discovered that gravity is an electrical force that is very difficult to shield against or reverse. He concurred with Velikovsky that there was instability amongst our solar system planets just a few thousand years ago, and that Venus was a comet before it arrived in its current orbit. The cosmic thunderbolt (described as a weapon of the gods) was witnessed as electrical discharge from objects such as Venus during ancient times, and wreaked havoc on Earth, he added.
First hour guest, remote viewing instructor Paul H. Smith shared updates, and talked about the remote viewing process. As to how remote viewing works, he suspects it has something to do with quantum non-locality, or the idea that consciousness and human intention may exist independently of physical existence. He announced that at this year's IRVA Conference in June, Dr. Eben Alexander will be the keynote speaker.
Bumper music from Wednesday January 22, 2014