In the first half, engineer and author Gerald Clark discussed his research into the ancient astronaut theory and the idea that humans were seeded by the Anunnaki (hailing from the planet Nibiru) to serve as a slave species. He has drawn his conclusions from the work of people like Zecharia Sitchin, Erich von Daniken, and the original translations of ancient Sumerian cuneiform records. There is evidence that the Anunnaki were mining gold in South Africa more than 100,000 years ago, which completely disrupts the standard timeline of civilization, he remarked.
In his study of the "Emerald Tablets," a treatise said to be written by Thoth, an Atlantean priest, around 50,000 years ago, he found a correlation to the Sumerian account of Enki, the Anunnaki leader who tinkered with the genetics of existing Neanderthals to create the human race as a slave force. In Thoth's Tablet #12, there is a prophecy which indicates there could be a great culling either due to war or earth changes, he added. Clark also talked about the return of Nibiru (Planet X) to our solar system, which he estimates could reach its closest point to the sun between 2017 and 2019. The rogue planet could possibly knock Earth off its axis, and cause cataclysms and massive flooding, he warned. For more, view graphics Clark sent us.
In the third hour, entrepreneur and author May McCarthy, who has founded and grown several successful companies in a variety of industries, talked about how to set and achieve New Year's resolutions. People should set their goals as a completed project in their mind, which stimulates their intuition and their subconscious to point out more possibilities than just wanting something to happen, she explained.
Repetition of one's projected goal state also helps the subconscious to work, she noted. Another interesting technique that curiously seems to work is to practice being grateful for already having achieved your goal, even though its fulfillment is still in the future, she shared. McCarthy also reviewed her seven steps for attaining abundance, which include holding a "30 minute daily meeting" with yourself, writing out a letter of gratitude, and imagine seeing yourself in the completed goal.
Open Lines with a special 'Crazy Stories' topic were featured in the last hour.
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