Ancient Mysteries / Megaliths & Quantum Entanglement

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Ancient Mysteries / Megaliths & Quantum Entanglement

About the show

In the first half, author and book publisher Brad Olsen shared reports on his recent investigations into ancient mysteries and megaliths. He just returned from a trip to Laos to visit the megalithic site called the Plain of Jars. About 135 jars with lids are at the site, buried in the ground, each about two meters tall, and built from 500 BC to 500 AD. The purpose of the jars isn't entirely clear, he indicated, though it's believed they functioned as funerary objects as cremated and skeletal remains were found in some of them. Olsen talked about the secret war conducted in Laos at the time of the Vietnam War and how the Plain of Jars is still pockmarked with steep craters from the US bombing campaign there.

The jars are carved out of stone boulders, he added, so it was somewhat mysterious as to how they were brought to their location since they are so heavy. "There's a legend that they were built by giants and used... as cups," he mused. Olsen delved into his investigation of elongated skulls in South America, which he believes are different enough not to be human. They don't have a central suture, and their cranial capacity and eye sockets are 30% bigger than ours, he marveled. He also talked about his trip to Antarctica and various anomalies and paranormal tales associated with that frigid region.


Author Andrew Collins has been investigating the origins of human civilization for over three decades. In the latter half, he discussed his ongoing work on the megalithic site of Karahan Tepe, whether the ancients were aware of a galactic mind, as well as developments in quantum entanglement. Ancient people had a keen interest in the stars, and in particular, the center of our Milky Way galaxy. They depicted the galaxy as a world-encircling serpent with its head at the center, he noted, adding that in recent years, it's been discovered that there is a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way. Some have postulated that this black hole is a kind of intelligent being in its own right, like Rupert Sheldrake's idea of a galactic mind, our own localized form of God.

The Gnostics, he pointed out, believed in similar concepts, and may have been descendants of the builders of places like Gobekli Tepe and Karahan Tepe in southeastern Turkey. Collins posited that quantum entanglement, with its idea of particles having an instantaneous link regardless of their location, may be behind communication with higher sources of intelligence. Because such entanglement exists outside of linear time, it could explain how such things as telepathy, mind-over-matter, and precognition are able to work, he said. Collins also touched on his co-discovery of a massive cave complex beneath the Giza plateau, now known as "Collins' Caves," and a forerunner race, the Denisovans, who may have been considered the giants of lore.

Both guests will be giving presentations at the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles this weekend, along with George Noory who will be hosting a forum called "Creating our Future."

News segment guests: Jeff Nelken, Christian Wilde

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