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Host: George Noory
Guests: L. A. Marzulli, Seth Shostak
Author L.A. Marzulli discussed his latest research on the evidence of UFOs that fly with impunity in our skies and offered an explanation of the Bethlehem star of 2000 years ago. There is a preponderance of physical evidence for the ET/UFO phenomenon, and the number of sightings are on the rise, he said. He contended that alien beings do not come from other planets but are rather interdimensional or supernatural beings, who are nonetheless physical.
Fallen angels, who might have been 30 ft. tall giants, created the Nephilim (aliens or the Watchers) by mating with human women, he outlined, adding they may have also constructed huge megalithic structures like the one at Baalbek. Marzulli also touched on prophecies in the Book of Revelation, and his theory that aliens will offer a chip that "will be the greatest Trojan horse in the history of mankind," extending human life by hundreds of years.
Rather than a UFO or mothership, he suggested the Star of Bethlehem was a rare conjunction of the planet Jupiter next to the star Regulus. A group of priests in Babylon, the Magi, who were the kingmakers of the ancient world, observed this in this sky and determined an important event was about to take place. This coincided with Jesus' birth, which he said was actually Sept. 11, 3 AD. The reason Christmas is celebrated on December 25th has more to do with mirroring the ancient Roman holiday of Saturnalia, he explained.
First hour guest, astronomer Seth Shostak shared SETI updates. SETI recently launched a new experiment called Project Dorothy, which involved 15 different countries around the world coordinating their search for ET signals among several nearby stars. It was developed for the 50th anniversary of Frank Drake's first search for ET life, which he had named Project Ozma.