In the first half, research physicist and author Stan Deyo discussed his most recent work on earthquake prediction, EMP protection, and predictions of the Antichrist and war (view related show images). He recently predicted a 7+ earthquake to occur by the end of January, and one just took place in Alaska. His quake predictions are made using a statistical analysis of the dates of previous seismic activity. He's convinced that there are connections between the gravity of the sun, the Earth, and the Moon, which are associated with earthquake triggers. Statistically, going into February, we should see more 7+ quakes around the 5th through the 8th of the month, he added.
Citing the Nostradamus prediction of a third Antichrist with the name of "Mabus," Deyo suggested that this could turn out to be Mohammad bin Salman, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, who may end up instigating a prophesied war in the Middle East. Deyo also talked about an EMP shield device he helped develop that is said to protect homes and electrical equipment from frying in the event of a high altitude electromagnetic pulse stemming from a missile attack or strong solar flare.
Investigative historian, avocational archaeologist, and public speaker, Jason Jarrell, studies ancient history, philosophy, comparative mythology, and religion. In the latter half, he shared archaeological reports and historical chronicles of a distinct subpopulation of large, powerfully-built individuals of extraordinary height who inhabited ancient North America for thousands of years. These North American giants were referred to as the 'Tall Ones' by the indigenous people and were between 7 and 8 ft. tall, with some possibly even taller, he indicated.
In the 1880s, the Smithsonian investigated Adena burial mounds in West Virginia, and skeletons of great length were found; in 1897 a discovery of skeletons in mounds in Ohio yielded another giant, Jarrell reported. Yet, these accounts have been deliberately suppressed, he continued, probably due to notions of eugenics that were popular in anthropology in the early 20th century. Many of the ancient lineages were wiped out with the arrival of European explorers centuries earlier, but surprisingly the Tall Ones still have living descendants, he believes. He cited the late actor/wrestler Max Palmer, as an example. Part Cherokee, and standing 8 ft. 3 inches, he did not suffer from a genetic disease or hormonal imbalance. For more, check out images of ancient earthworks Jarrell shared with us.
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