In the first half, "rogue anthropologist" Mark A. Carpenter joined Richard Syrett (Twitter) to discuss his research into human origins, and how history has been distorted or hidden by mainstream academia. The pyramids at Teotihuacan, Mexico, for example, are part of a legacy of extreme violence against the population that scholars are resistant to documenting because it's such a sensitive topic, said Carpenter. Kukulkan, the Mesoamerican feathered serpent deity, is not only real, he went on, but it has analogs in ancient cultures around the world. The movement of these entities is facilitated by vast networks of underground tunnels, Carpenter explained. This accounts for how reports of snake-like people are found in Mesoamerica, the American Southwest, and Canada.
Also largely ignored by scholars is that the Nephilim, giant six-fingered half-humans descended from fallen angels, figure prominently into ancient history— and are linked to UFO activity, human sacrifice, and cannibalism, he said. The shocking nature of these practices makes it difficult to research, Carpenter noted, but they do explain present-day cases of people going missing in national parks, only to turn up covered in scratches. Vampires, the wendigo, the long ears at Easter Island, and the pale crawlers: all of these are descendants of the Nephilim. "This phenomenon is actually the solution to a thousand different mysteries," asserted Carpenter.
Carpenter also argued that secret knowledge of our history with the Nephilim was even a major factor in the United States' invasion of Iraq. US personnel were witnessed entering Baghdad's national museum in search of artifacts related to Nimrod (i.e., Nephilim). High-level officials making claims about weapons of mass destruction, were in fact, referring to the DNA of Gilgamesh— known to be a descendant of the Nephilim, he added.
Robert Simmons, crystal and stone expert, was the guest in the latter half. He described a cataclysmic collision of asteroids nearly 15 million years ago in what is now Bavaria. The resulting alchemy created moldavite, a gemstone that was highly significant in ancient cultures. It's possible that the legendary Emerald Tablets may be made of moldavite, said Simmons. The Holy Grail, usually understood to be a chalice, may have actually been a hollowed moldavite stone, fallen from the crown of Lucifer, he suggested.
After receiving his first shipment of moldavite years ago, Simmons' life changed. His unhealthy marriage failed, he became a vegetarian who abstained from alcohol, and he found a more suitable life partner. Most dramatically, he had an out-of-body experience while in contact with moldavite that resulted in a divine epiphany of the light that lived within him. Events like these are common among people encountering moldavite, he continued, due to its high vibrational energy. "There's no other substance in the world that's formed with such an intense energy discharge," Simmons observed.