Author and researcher L.A. Marzulli discussed his latest adventures uncovering evidence for the existence of the race of giant humans called the Nephilim, as told in Chapter 6 of the book of Genesis. He shared details of his trip to Peru, complete with mummies, museums, caves, and gigantic skulls, as well as the story of excavations conducted by amateur archaeologist Ralph Glidden who unearthed massive skeletons on Catalina Island (see related photos). Preliminary DNA testing released by Brien Foerster on the ancient Paracas elongated skulls suggest we may be dealing "with a new human-like creature very different from homo sapiens and Neanderthals that I'm not sure will fit into the known evolutionary tree," Marzulli said.
He described his recent trip to the UCLA Museum where he was shown remains of Native Americans, and a cache of private records from the Ralph Glidden expeditions on Catalina Island done back in the 1920s and 30s. In one photo of a six-figured skeleton, the person is estimated to be over 9-ft. tall, while analysis of a second skeleton photo indicates the subject was 8.5 to 9 ft. in height, he reported.
He also addressed the mysterious 'Berg Aukas' femur, a fossil bone found in a coal mine in South Africa that is so large it must have come from a 9-to-10 ft. tall individual. The evidence Marzulli is accumulating suggests to him that an outside agency is manipulating the genome for their own ends, and this corresponds to the biblical narrative about the Nephilim (fallen angels). Interestingly, spectroscopic testing of hair samples found a close similarity in a red-haired mummy from Paracas and an alleged alien hybrid hair from Australia, he noted.
Technology & Privacy Update
First hour guest, online privacy advocate Mark Weinstein offered commentary on technology and privacy issues. Is Google's Eric Schmidt Robin Hood or the Big Bad Wolf?, he pondered. "Look at what Google knows about us. They know what you're doing online, offline ... they know when you're in your home, when you're outside...they know what you're listening to...of course, they have Google Maps, they know where you're going...Google knows more about you than you know about yourself," he quipped (for more, see his related blog posting). Weinstein also announced the launch of his new project, MeWe, a social network that doesn't track users' data or bombard them with ads.