From the EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security, Glenn Rhoades, Dr. Peter Pry, and Tommy Waller discussed the recent moves President Trump has made to protect the grid from electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. Leading off in the first half, Pry described a preliminary executive order that has just been signed by the White House. The order specifies certain steps that many different agencies and departments of the U.S. government must take within the next year to begin to protect the energy and information infrastructure in case of attack. Pry described it as "an excellent first step," but that "we are by no means out of the woods yet." Rhoades agreed that the preparations for a catastrophic loss of electricity are "the most important thing we could ever do." At the end of the first hour, Waller emphasized that his former military service is not as important as the "service of the people who keep the lights on."
In the second hour, Rhoades took calls and more questions from George. He remarked that in the case of a power grid failure due to an EMP from a nuclear weapon, the effect will be localized so that it may not be as severe. In a solar coronal mass ejection (CME), the pulse will be so strong that it would be able to destroy power transformers on the "dark side of the planet" (the side that is facing away from the sun at the time). Coast regular Stan Deyo called in to describe his company’s efforts at manufacturing a protective device for the home which he said "astounded the government" with its ability to direct EMP pulses away from homes when attached to the electrical meter.
Gerald Clark holds an MSEE in Electronic Circuits and Systems, and a BS in Computer Engineering. In the second half, he spoke about ancient astronaut technology and Zecharia Sitchin's ideas that humans were seeded by an alien race called the Anunnaki to serve as a slave species and that gods of light and dark are currently warring for power here on Earth. Clark said the source of all of his research is his contention that "you have to know your past" in order to "know why you’re here." With this in mind, Clark did a deep dive into the books of Zechariah Sitchin and then the work of an obscure 19th century translator of Sumerian hieroglyphics named George Smith. From Smith’s translations, Clark said he began to suspect that modern humans were some sort of hybrid of hominid DNA and an extraterrestrial race.
Based on his research, Clark now believes that the human race are "unmanifested energy" or souls trapped in a physical form, and have been kept that way for the last 400,000 years in order to work as a kind of slave force to tend and keep the planet productive for some perpetually returning extraterrestrial race. Clark also referred to a supposed interview with one of the aliens from the Roswell crash, and its contention that the ETs that we see now are biological entities created for space travel and have no souls as we do. He believes that this aspect was left in us by the ancient Anunnaki in order for the human race to wake up to its heritage as transcendent beings and "a way to get back the source." Related images.
News segment guests: Howard Bloom, Dr. John Curtis, Peter Davenport