The UFO researcher known as the "Crypto Hunter," John Rhodes joined host Ian Punnett (Twitter) to discuss Reptilian humanoids and the secret underworld empire, which consists of alien cultures and lost civilizations. Rhodes reported on an extensive network of underground bases constructed by various nations, emphasizing their use for safety and security in case of cosmic disasters or other threats. He believes these bases are inhabited by small groups of advanced cultures, both human and non-human, living underground to preserve themselves.
Rhodes delved into the concept of reptilian beings, describing their physical attributes as approximately 6.5 to 8 feet tall, muscular, with scales covering their bodies. These beings have a large head, almond-shaped eyes with vertical slit pupils, three fingers with an opposing thumb on their hands, and no lips or ears. He suggested these beings have evolved differently from humans, with distinct brain types and different ways of perceiving science and learning. Rhodes mentioned that reptilian beings might be coexisting with humanity underground, possibly for their own safety and to monitor human activities.
He shared the story of the Lizard Man of Bishopville, South Carolina, as an example of encounters with reptilian creatures. This story involved a young boy's encounter with a creature that matches the physical description of reptilian beings. "When he got back home, he was so scared he couldn't talk... he started going into a fit," Rhodes said. The local sheriff, who investigated the case, emphasized that the swamps in the area are difficult to access, making it possible for unknown creatures to reside there.
Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program. Joseph in Colorado spoke about his belief in the existence of extraterrestrial life and their influence on human evolution. He mentioned the possibility that aliens may have engineered human DNA by combining it with DNA from other species, creating the human race. Joseph suggested certain human traits, like skin reactions to sunlight, could be evidence of this genetic manipulation. He also alluded to the idea of reptilian DNA in humans.
Scott from Costa Mesa expressed interest in the concept of starfish-like creatures as aliens, inspired by an artist's rendering for Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. He discussed the idea of an alien creature resembling the top of a jellyfish with starfish-like legs crawling across a planet's surface, noting its plausibility. He connected this idea to the movie "The Thing," specifically mentioning the scene where severed legs sprout from the creature. Scott expressed his fascination with the possibilities of different life forms and transformations in the universe.
Tim in Nevada reported on a submarine facility located in Walker Lake, Nevada, with underwater passageways connecting it to the Pacific Ocean. "I can't find lots of research on the internet about it," he said. Tim had heard about this underwater naval training submarine facility during an interview with John Lear. According to Tim, Lear suggested that underwater passageways allowed subs to submerge and reemerge in the Pacific Ocean as well as come inland 1000 miles and surface in landlocked lakes.