Wednesday November 28 2018 – George Noory

By | November 21, 2018

First Half: Numerologist Glynis McCants will make sense of how this year's bizarre cycle of 2 is wrapping up and what to expect for the coming cycle of 3 for 2019.

Second Half: Magna cum laude graduate of Princeton University and honors graduate of Pace University Law School, Nancy Du Tertre, will discuss her work on close encounters and remote viewing, as well as how to develop our psychic and intuitive skills.

Source: Coast to Coast AM - Extraterrestrial

Friday November 30 2018 – George Noory

By | November 21, 2018

Writer and medical historian Thomas Morris worked as a producer with the BBC for 17 years. He will share the most hilarious, bizarre and poignant accounts drawn from the hundreds of stories he has unearthed in the early medical literature including exploding teeth and spontaneous human combustion. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.

Source: Coast to Coast AM - Alternative Medicine & Health

Tuesday November 27 2018 – George Noory

By | November 21, 2018

First Half: Cosmological researcher Paul M. Sutter is the chief scientist at the COSI Science Center. He'll discuss astrophysics and Earth's place in the Milky Way galaxy; the origins of our universe; the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy; and the future of reality as we know it.

Second Half: A student of astrology for over 30 years, Leslie McGuirk has been a popular keynote speaker on the topic of creative inspiration. She'll talk about her latest work on animal communications as well as the astrological phenomenon called Mercury retrograde, which is in effect through early December 2018.

Source: Coast to Coast AM - Supernatural & Paranormal

Sunday November 25 2018 – George Knapp

By | November 21, 2018

Bob Lazar remains one of the most famous and controversial names in the world of UFOs. The reason the world knows about Area 51 is that Lazar came forward in 1989 revealing his work back-engineering ET technology at the government site in an exclusive interview with George Knapp. His disclosures turned his life into a roller coaster, and for years, he's stayed out of the spotlight-- until recently, when he became the subject of filmmaker Jeremy Corbell's new documentary. Lazar will be joined by Corbell for an epic 4-hour program with George Knapp about Lazar's work at Area 51, including new information, never unveiled before.

Source: Coast to Coast AM - Extraterrestrial

Photo – Animism Or, Thought Currents of Primitive Peoples<br><br>”The result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever clearer vision as the substratum of all civilizations that stage of culture from which this book takes its title. One consequence is: general recognition of animism as a life factor, the power of which is not yet exhausted, the study of which fascinates because of its almost infinite variety and its persistent force. The words “animism,” “animistic,” have come to fall ever so lightly from tongue and pen and meet us at every turn. Yet what animism is few who use the term adequately realize.” -George William Gilmore<br>http://www.sacred-texts.com/sha/anim/index.htm

By | November 20, 2018


Animism Or, Thought Currents of Primitive Peoples

"The result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever clearer vision as the substratum of all civilizations that stage of culture from which this book takes its title. One consequence is: general recognition of animism as a life factor, the power of which is not yet exhausted, the study of which fascinates because of its almost infinite variety and its persistent force. The words "animism," "animistic," have come to fall ever so lightly from tongue and pen and meet us at every turn. Yet what animism is few who use the term adequately realize." -George William Gilmore
http://www.sacred-texts.com/sha/anim/index.htm

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Photo – “There were no details about individual feats of the giants in the Book of Enoch. Mani filled the gap with the help of the above-mentioned Liber de Ogia nomine gigante. This Ogias has been identified with Og of Bashan, who according to late sources lived five thousand years and managed to survive the Deluge, thanks to his giant size. But possibly stories that primarily appertained to Ogias were transferred to the better known Og, owing to the resemblance of their names. The name of Ogias is ’why’ (’wḥy’) = Ohyā̆ (Oḥyā̆) in the Manichæan fragments, and this spelling is presumably more correct than that of Ogias. Og (‘wg) indubitably would appear as ’wg (or: ‘wg). Since Mani took ’why’ from an Aramaic text, the ending of Ogias cannot be regarded as a Greek addition.”<br>http://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/giants/giants.htm

By | November 20, 2018


"There were no details about individual feats of the giants in the Book of Enoch. Mani filled the gap with the help of the above-mentioned Liber de Ogia nomine gigante. This Ogias has been identified with Og of Bashan, who according to late sources lived five thousand years and managed to survive the Deluge, thanks to his giant size. But possibly stories that primarily appertained to Ogias were transferred to the better known Og, owing to the resemblance of their names. The name of Ogias is ’why’ (’wḥy’) = Ohyā̆ (Oḥyā̆) in the Manichæan fragments, and this spelling is presumably more correct than that of Ogias. Og (‘wg) indubitably would appear as ’wg (or: ‘wg). Since Mani took ’why’ from an Aramaic text, the ending of Ogias cannot be regarded as a Greek addition."
http://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/giants/giants.htm

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Photo – “This is a study of the migration and mutation of symbols by a late 19th century Belgian lawyer and Masonic scholar, Count Goblet d’Alviella (b. 1846, d. 1925). Originally published in 1891 in French, this book covers a huge web of interchangeable symbols, which are found over a wide range of cultures through the Near East, India, Europe, and further abroad, notably in Mesoamerica. He attempts to explain the widespread use of symbols such as the Swastika, the Tree of Life, the Winged Globe, the Trident and the Caduceus. Despite the title, d’Alviella does not adhere to one theory; instead he has a whole toolkit, including diffusion, mutation, independent origins and appropriation, as well as psychological, historical and sociological explanations.<br><br>He demonstrates that the same symbol can have different interpretations in different cultures and at different times. Such is the case with the swastika, which today is obviously associated with absolute evil, but which has been used historically as a symbol of the Sun’s yearly path, and regarded as a good-luck symbol, even to this day, in the far East. With over 150 line illustrations, this book is an invaluable source book for symbologists, and makes fascinating reading for readers interested in the development of religion.” -JBH<br>http://www.sacred-texts.com/sym/mosy/index.htm

By | November 20, 2018


"This is a study of the migration and mutation of symbols by a late 19th century Belgian lawyer and Masonic scholar, Count Goblet d'Alviella (b. 1846, d. 1925). Originally published in 1891 in French, this book covers a huge web of interchangeable symbols, which are found over a wide range of cultures through the Near East, India, Europe, and further abroad, notably in Mesoamerica. He attempts to explain the widespread use of symbols such as the Swastika, the Tree of Life, the Winged Globe, the Trident and the Caduceus. Despite the title, d'Alviella does not adhere to one theory; instead he has a whole toolkit, including diffusion, mutation, independent origins and appropriation, as well as psychological, historical and sociological explanations.

He demonstrates that the same symbol can have different interpretations in different cultures and at different times. Such is the case with the swastika, which today is obviously associated with absolute evil, but which has been used historically as a symbol of the Sun's yearly path, and regarded as a good-luck symbol, even to this day, in the far East. With over 150 line illustrations, this book is an invaluable source book for symbologists, and makes fascinating reading for readers interested in the development of religion." -JBH
http://www.sacred-texts.com/sym/mosy/index.htm

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