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Nature Bats Last – 11.07.17

Todays esteemed guest on Nature Bats Last was Professor Paul Ehrlich, author of over 30 books and numerous peer reviewed science papers. We had a wide ranging dialogue about the unfolding 6th Great Extinction, the nuclear implications and the multiple failures of the Trump regime’ in Puerto Rico. Paul’s recent science paper on the unfolding biological annihilation is embedded in the …

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Energy Stew – M.J. Evans – 07.08.16

Do the Sumerian tablets only present a myth? Maybe not.

These ancient tablets were first translated in the late 1800’s and archeologists were unfamiliar with flying ships. What imagination they were thought to hold! They spoke of gods who came from these ships and they brought technology to build monuments. They also brought conflict and war. Zecharia Sitchin was a recent scientist who saw that these ancient tablets showed some of our modern technology that was previously misunderstood in the old translations. It’s fascinating when you look at the tablets with a modern eye and realize that these ancient people wrote in depth about space ships and interstellar communications. The gods who emerged from these ships brought a civilization with them and taught these early minds how to use technology.

Today’s science still can’t explain how old monuments were built with such perfection that needed very advanced tools. There are even elaborate writings about the mating of these gods with early cavemen and the leap to human sapiens that was able to happen. Science is still baffled about how sophisticated intelligence evolved as normal evolution would have been too slow. Zecharia Sitchin wrote many books about these old tablets but he’s gone now and his work is being maintained by M.J. Evans who recently wrote Zecharia Sitchin and the Extraterrestrial Origins of Humanity. This is a story that’s very captivating and represents many years of detailed research. You might want to learn more about it.

Tune into my interview with M.J. Evans.