Author and researcher Steve Quayle riffed on a variety of topics such as giants, weather modification, secret aircraft, biblical prophecy, genetic engineering, the Illuminati agenda, and Planet X. The machinery to affect weather has gotten smaller and cheaper over the years, and there are currently 72 ionospheric heaters, in addition climate-controlling technology like Project HAARP, he outlined. Sightings of silent triangular-shaped craft are on the rise, and a battle in outer space is imminent, said Quayle, naming "extra-dimensionals" and black-ops as some of the participants.
The "super-soldier" program, Stargate technology, and CERN are involved in efforts to re-animate ancient giants, who were some 12-18 ft. height, he declared. "We are experiencing now the full implementation, in my opinion, of the Luciferian war on humanity. We talk about the New World Order, the Illuminati, the International League, but what is the prime directive of all those entities? It’s the destruction of a five and half billion people," he cautioned.
Quayle reported his recent conversation with a "high ranking Goldman Sachs official" who’d visited one of the elite’s underground cities that was being prepared. The official warned him that a "global flu" had already been determined, and a mandatory vaccination will be required, with those who refuse to take it being sent to FEMA camps. On the subject of Planet X, Quayle suggested that we’re already seeing its effects throughout the solar system, and eventually, it will lead to a massive number of simultaneous active volcanoes on Earth.
Bird Die-Off Analysis
First hour guest, earth changes expert Mitch Battros offered analysis of the recent bird die-offs. Their deaths were likely a natural occurrence, he said, which may have been caused by a Dec. 31st geomagnetic sun storm, which sent a plasma pulse to the Earth, possibly resulting in the birds’ disorientation.
ESP Research Controversy
Prof. Daryl Bern’s experiments, which show strong evidence for ESP, are being presented in a respected psychology journal later this year. However, advanced copies of the paper are stirring up mixed reactions from psychology professionals. More on the controversy at the New York Times.
Photo of Daryl Bern by Heather Ainsworth for The New York Times