Alien Contact & Disclosure / Career of George Raft

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Alien Contact & Disclosure / Career of George Raft

About the show

A distinguished professor of history at Citrus College, Bruce Solheim has experienced angels, demons, ghosts, cryptids, telepathy, psychokinesis, mediumship, and alien contact. In the first half, he discussed his contacts with an ancient alien mystic he calls Anzar, UFO disclosure, and strange happenings at Wright Patterson AFB. He mainly receives messages from Anzar when he goes on "spirit walks," and since 2018 has accumulated around 400 pages of notes. He typically hears Anzar's voice rather than sees him during their dialogues, and sometimes, he's shown images. Anzar said he hails from the Orion constellation, in the Rigel system. Some alien encounters may be humans from our future, visiting via time travel to make various corrections, Solheim added.

Regarding disclosure, Solheim suggested that some people have been harmed who tried to come forward with the truth (matching the claims of whistleblower David Grusch). Additionally, alien experiencers or abductees may be damaged by radiation or trauma from the encounters, though this may be unintentional on the part of the ETs, he said. Solheim reported that his son, a master sergeant/contractor in the Air Force stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, revealed that he and a number of workers had become ill after some type of exposure (possibly radiation) at "Area B" at the research lab on the base. It may have been due to a hurried reverse-engineering project on ET materials, as they were trying to move them off the base before Congress investigated, Solheim learned from his alien contact Anzar.

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Author, researcher, and film historian Stone Wallace has been examining various classic Hollywood film genres. In the latter half, he spoke about the career of actor George Raft, who played one of the screen's toughest and most convincing movie mobsters, and also befriended the real-life gangster Bugsy Siegel. Raft started out dancing in nightclubs in New York in the 1920s before he went to Hollywood and found success in the 1930s and 40s, mostly playing roles similar to himself, Wallace recounted. And yet, he passed on some key roles that went to Humphrey Bogart, such as in "The Maltese Falcon," which could have made him even a bigger star, Wallace noted.

When Bugsy Siegel came to Hollywood in the early 1930s, he immediately struck up an association with Raft, and they went to racetracks and nightclubs, and became close friends. At one point, Raft lent Siegel $100,000, which he was never paid back after Siegel was killed. Raft was with Siegel in the 1940s when he was arrested for bookmaking, and spoke in court in his defense, but his association with the mobster ended up hurting his career, which went into a slump by the 1950s, Wallace recalled. He also detailed how Raft was in Cuba working at the Capri Hotel (a famous mob hangout) during an uprising when Castro's revolutionaries took over the hotel.

During the last half-hour, George featured an interview with hypnotherapist Barbara Lamb from 6/28/21 about children's ET encounters.

News segment guests: John M. Curtis, Catherine Austin Fitts

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