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Radio 23-06-2005

Here's the rundown on the radio schedules for the second half of the week:

Whitley Strieber's Dreamland: This week William Henry talks to Freddy Silva about his understanding of sacred geometry and power places, such as Stonehenge, Gothic cathedrals, and the many power places across the United States. Afterwards Linda Howe reports on a phenomenal cancer breakthrough and the mystery of "junk" DNA.

Coast to Coast AM: Friday's first hour is a rebroadcast from June 2004 in which George chats with author Marc Zicree, followed by open lines. On Saturday Art Bell talks to retired commander Sgt. Robert O. Dean who will be discussing aliens, governmental disclosure, the future of our national security, and the U.S. Constitution. Sunday's guest is well-known scientist and author Dean Radin, who will be talking about quantum optics and studies in intention and psychic ability.

More details including relevant websites are available at the linked pages above. Remember also that while Coast to Coast is subscription, it can be listened to through KOGO, while Dreamland is free.

Tuesday Roundup 21-06-2005

A varied list of readings to get you through the week...

Enjoy! Thanks to Kat R.

Radio 21-06-2005

Once again, what's happening on alternative radio this week:

Jeff Rense Show: No schedule at time of posting, check the link for updates.

Coast to Coast AM: On Monday Lloyd Pye will update listeners on the latest news regarding the 'Starchild Skull' and also talk about alien-human hybrids. On Tuesday Nick Redfern will reveal what really happened in Roswell based on some never before revealed testimony from military whistleblowers and others, Wednesday cryptozoologist John Rhodes will be talking about UFOs, reptoids, and mysteries of the underworld. Thursday is a debate between David Flynn, Mike Heiser, Richard C. Hoagland, and Hugh Ross regarding the ongoing issue of God, Man, & ETs.

More details including relevant guest links are available at the respective websites. Also C2C can be listened to through KOGO.

Weekend Roundup 17-06-2005

A varied list of readings, to make the weekend even more fun...

Enjoy!

Radio 16-06-2005

Here's the rundown on the radio schedules for the second half of the week:

Whitley Strieber's Dreamland: This week Whitley Strieber interviews David Ray Griffin about exactly what is wrong with what we are being told about 911, and why actions taken by the administration during and immediately after the recent presidential campaign are so disturbing.

Coast to Coast AM: Friday is open lines, Saturday Derrel Sims - known as "The Alien Hunter" - will be discussing the physical evidence for alien abduction, Sunday Major Ed Dames will be talking about the advent of mind warfare, remote viewing of enhanced human potential, as well as his observations from his to trip to the Ukraine..

More details including relevant websites are available at the linked pages above. Remember also that while Coast to Coast is subscription, it can be listened to through KOGO, while Dreamland is free.

Nexus 12:4

The latest issue of Nexus magazine has been released, with some free articles available from the mag's website as tasters. Available to read from the June/July issue are articles on the 'Gilgamesh Project' (a quest for eternal life), Part 4 of Will Banyan's article on the 'tound Table', and a Russian alien abduction story. Plenty more besides, check the website for the full rundown.

Archaeology Odyssey Aug-2005

The contents list of the latest issue of Archaeology Odyssey has been posted online with the usual 'tasters' available for the featured content. This month's cover story is on antiquity's greatest healer, Asklepios. Also in this issue: how to date a Pharaoh (no, not by asking permission from his mummy), and Gilgamesh as you've never seen him before. Sounds so racey....

Tuesday Roundup 14-06-2005

A varied list of readings to get you through the week...

Enjoy!

Radio 14-06-2005

Once again, what's happening on alternative radio this week:

Jeff Rense Show: No schedule at time of posting, check the link for updates.

Coast to Coast AM: On Monday CIA expert John Weisman discusses the US Intelligence community, Tuesday Michael Cremo reviews controversial contradictions of the Darwinian Theory of evolution, Wednesday astropsychologist Dr. Louis Turi will be sharing his insight into how the world’s most rich and powerful make important decisions, Thursday is a big debate with Jerry Corsi and Peter Lance teaming up against David Ray Griffin and Alex Jones to discuss whether Muslims acted alone on 9-11, or not.

More details including relevant guest links are available at the respective websites. Also C2C can be listened to through KOGO.

Fate 06-2005

The June issue of Fate Magazine has been released, details are available at the Fate website's current issue page. Free content is offered, including a survey of the 'Shaver mystery', the ghost of Burwick House, and Russia's greatest lost treasure. For the full list of content, head to the Fate website.