Tuesday, December 20, 2011

C2C - David Elkington update on the Jordan Codices 2011.12.17

Religious scholar and Egyptologist, David Elkington, joined Ian Punnett for an update on the Jordan Codices: seventy, ancient and sealed metal books that could change the world’s view of Biblical history.
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C2C - Marshall Klarfeld Annunaki Evidence 2011.12.15

 Researcher and author Marshall Klarfeld discussed the ancient ET race, the Annunaki, and how a possible cloaked space object, spotted near Mercury, could be one of their motherships. Based on his research, he surmised that the Annunaki created a mothership as a proverbial weigh station to facilitate their gold mining operations after they arrived on Earth. He cited the 11th tablet of the Epic of Gilgamesh as evidence for this mothership, since the story details how the Annunaki escaped the Earth during the 'great flood' and fled to the craft. In turn, Klarfeld asserted that the entities may not be on Nibiru, but actually much closer and watching us from the mothership near Mercury.

Klarfeld was also very intrigued by a crop circle which appeared in Poirino, Italy this past Summer. He contended that this formation, which he called "the most magnificent crop circle I've ever seen," was a communication from Enki, one of the Annunaki leaders. Contained within the crop circle, Klarfeld claimed, was binary code that spells out Enki's full name as well as a warning about radiation and a reference to a specific human gene. Based on this, he suggested that there may be an impending galactic super wave and the Annunaki are trying to alert the human race to the importance of the gene in surviving the effects of the subsequent overwhelming radiation.

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C2C - Gavin Menzies Lost Atlantean Empire 2011.11.03

Author and former submarine Captain in the British Navy, Gavin Menzies, presented his theory of Atlantis, the legendary civilization described by Plato more than two thousand years ago. Based on his research, he's concluded that it was the Minoans living on the islands of Crete and Thera (Santorini) that were the center of the Atlantean civilization, some 4.5 thousand years ago, and they traded with and visited such locations as India, Egypt, England, and even North America.

Evidence for this includes shipwrecks found off the coast of Turkey from 1600 BC, 1300 BC, and 1100 BC, which were carrying cargo from around the world such as elephant tusks from India, hippo teeth from Africa, amber from the Baltic, and copper from the Great Lakes region, he detailed. The native peoples living in the Great Lakes area at the time share certain genetic markers with the Minoans, that other ancient Americans do not, he noted. The Minoan civilization was highly sophisticated with ship building, metallurgy, and their own written language, but a volcanic eruption on Santorini and subsequent tsunami wiped out their advances, and their Atlantean empire, Menzies said. He also reviewed his research of the Chinese and how they sailed to America years before Columbus, and that Columbus actually used their map on his voyage.

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C2C - George Maschke Lie Detector Secrets 2011.12.05

Guest host Whitley Strieber (email) was joined by author, activist, and co-founder of antipolygraph.org, George Maschke, for a discussion on how the polygraph test has been established as the de facto method of determining whether a person has spoken the truth, although the process has not been scientifically proven to be accurate. In fact, the polygraph is based on "junk science," and uses trickery to obtain unreliable results, he stated. The polygrapher asks a set of control questions in which they are deliberately trying to get the person to lie so they can compare their physiological responses to their answers of the relevant questions, he explained. But such comparisons are based on an overly simplistic methodology, which can often yield results wherein the deceptive pass the test, and those who are honest fail, he continued.
If a person is telling the truth, they only have a 50% chance of passing the test, which is no better than chance odds, Maschke noted. Further, the expectations of polygraph testers can influence the results. Interestingly, when prospective employers such as the FBI use polygraph tests to screen potential new employees, 50% of the applicants fail, but when such testing is done of current employees there is a much higher pass rate, he detailed. This suggests to him that agencies can't afford to get rid of half their staff, yet careers do still end up being destroyed, such as FBI agent Rita Chang, who failed a polygraph, though she was never charged with anything.
Maschke believes that reading body language is also unscientific, and the best interrogation method is to work with established facts, and actually befriend the person being questioned. He advises people not to take the polygraph test-- not only are the results questionable, but police sometimes use the tests to elicit confessions from suspects without having a lawyer present. Anne Strieber also participated in the conversation.

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