Dr. Michael P. Masters examines the premise that aliens are human descendants from the future using UFOs, or time travel machinines, to study their own evolutionary past. His book, Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the UFO Phenomenon, explores how trends in human evolution may ultimately result in us becoming the ones piloting these disc-shaped craft.
Chinese ufologist Shao Ma gives insights into the Chinese UFO community, and how they survive under China's tightened political control. She also shares China's most popular UFO cases and her own contact experiences with non-human intelligences (NHI). Shao also discusses the discovery of China's lost ancient advanced civilization Sanxingdui, which rewrites archaeological and humanity's history.
Scientist Stephan A. Schwartz was part of the small group that founded modern remote viewing research. He will tell us about his experiences and discoveries as the principal researcher studying it's usage in archaeology, as well as, his ongoing research experiment that looks into the future. Stephan will also discuss his lecture and workshop at Contact in the Desert, the biggest UFO conference in the world, where he will teach the art and science of remote viewing.
How much of the vampire myth is based in fact? Can science explain the origins of horror’s most famous fiend? Dr. Kathryn Harkup shares insights from her book Vampirology as she charts the murky waters of the vampire lore from historical and famous stories across the globe. Dr. Harkup investigates a scientific interpretation that may shed light on the fears and phenomena of the vampire myth.
JD Kenyon reveals evidence for forgotten civilizations at the end of the last Ice Age. Based on recent archaeological discoveries, anomalous ancient maps, and Biblical evidence, he explores sites like the Stone Age high-tech at Gobekli Tepe, as well as, the myth of Atlantis.
The great-great grandchildren of outlaw Jesse James, Dan & Teresa Duke, return to discuss their investigation into the lost treasures of their famous relative. Based on secret diaries and coded treasure maps left behind, they discuss their findings into treasures like sacred knowledge and ancient relics. Dan and Teresa share possible connections to the Freemasons and Knights Templars.
The explosive true saga of the legendary figure Daniel Boone and the bloody struggle for American's frontier. Fueled by contemporary diaries and journals, newspaper reports, and eyewitness accounts, journalist Bob Drury gives a stirring chronicle of the brutal birth of the United States told through Native Americans and frontiersman like Daniel Boone.
Dr. Stephen Meyer presents groundbreaking scientific evidence about the Big Bang, DNA, and the Goldilocks Universe that makes the case for intelligent design of life and the universe. Based on breakthroughs in physics, cosmology, and biology, Dr. Meyer establishes the identity behind the mind of the universe and the possibility of a God.
If there is a heaven and afterlife, as countless Near-Death Experiences supposedly suggest, shouldn’t modern science be able to identify its existence? This is the central question with which historian Dr. Jean-Pierre Isbouts answers though the prism of scientific research on Near-Death Experiences.
Noted art historians Dr. Jean-Pierre Isbouts and Dr. Christopher Heath Brown take listeners on an immersive dive into the life, work, and psychology of infamous 20th century artist Salvador Dali. Together, they unlock the mysteries and meaning behind his most famous paintings like Persistence of Memory. We also discuss the historical, social, and political conditions that shaped Dalí's work, and present an unflinching view of the master's personal relationships.