Forbidden Archaeology / Transforming Energy

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Michael Cremo, Michelle Welch

In the first half, researcher Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archaeology and human origins, including artifacts and discoveries of extreme antiquity that don't fit into conventional timelines. He also shared his theories, which integrate science and spirit, and his interest in ancient Vedic wisdom traditions and cosmology. One new discovery related to extreme antiquity is a barbed spear point from Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania) dated at 800,000 years. Found by archaeologists in a sediment layer, the tool was made of bone and possibly used to catch fish with its barbs. The age of this object, he noted, is more than two times older than when scientists think humans first emerged (around 300,000 years ago). Cremo pointed out that each decade mainstream scientists seem to be pushing back the date of human emergence about 100,000 years.

The Vedic Sanskrit texts say that in a previous age, "living things including human beings were larger than today," he cited, and there's a story of a warrior who lived in that era who fought for the demi-gods in their battle against demons. The demi-gods awarded with him a great sleep of thousands of years in a cave, and when he awoke, he discovered that the people, animals, and plants had all shrunk down in size. As evidence for giants, in the 19th century, a French archaeologist discovered bones of a human who was estimated to be 11 ft. tall, Cremo reported. He also talked about the Kali Yuga cycle, a final age described in a cosmological Sanskrit text from 5,000 years ago. It was predicted that the Kali Yuga would be a time of significant social disturbances, government exploitation, and virulent diseases, which he likened to what we're experiencing now.

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After a long successful career as a criminal defense and civil litigation attorney, Michelle Welch revealed herself as an empath and intuitive, helping others and teaching classes on crystals, tarot, energy work, and intuition. In the latter half, she talked about her path to becoming a psychic reader and medical intuitive, as well as how people can protect themselves from negative energy or transform it. As a child in Texas, she had frequent psychic experiences. For instance, she put her hand on her uncle's bald head on one occasion and declared that she felt something moving around. Her parents were not pleased and sent her to her room, but a month later, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor.

We need to learn to sense and scan our own energy, she suggested, and when people throw excess or negative energy at us, we can transmute it into something vital. Like the crystal stone, black tourmaline, which is said to protect people from negative energy by absorbing it, she has concluded humans can do this too. Welch believes that everything is energy and that it never goes away; it just changes form. She shared several predictions for 2021, including that the population could face another 5-7 months of tough economic times, and that a third COVID vaccine, not yet introduced in the US, will be particularly effective when it arrives. During the last hour, she gave readings for callers.

News segment guests: Howard Bloom, Mish Shedlock

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