Brad Olsen On Fade To Black
November 9th 2015
During this past evening of Saturday, November 7th, a strange blue light was seen in the night sky over the southwestern United States. Thousands of phone calls to law enforcement, reported in the media, television…the internet went crazy. What was it? The official explanation was that is was a Trident missile test shot from the USS Kentucky…a nuclear submarine…off of the coast of southern California.
Tonight, Jimmy will be taking your eyewitness calls…did you see it? Did you take pictures or video? We want to hear from you!!!
Brad Olsen will be our guest and he’ll be on all night with us…he is an author, researcher and CEO of CCC publishing…and he was a witness to the event from San Francisco…and he’ll be taking your calls, along with Jimmy…on the Blue Light over California.
Tracy Twyman On Fade To Black
November 10th 2015
Tracy R. Twyman is an American non-fiction author, born on August 28, 1978 in Kansas City, Missouri.
She has been writing about the esoteric side of history and current events for over 20 years. She has dealt with topics like secret societies, ancient myths, vampirism, demonology, ceremonial magic, divination, alchemy, mind control, mystical royal bloodlines, and the hidden history of money, to name just a few.
Her major books include:
Michael Cremo On Fade To Black
November 11th 2015
Michael Cremo, also known as the ‘forbidden archaeologist’, is hailed as a groundbreaking research pioneer and international authority on archaeological anomalies. His landmark bestseller, Forbidden Archaeology, first published in 1993, already translated into 26 languages, challenged the very foundation of Darwinian evolution. Michael continues to “dig up” enigmatic discoveries in the fossil record and “shake up” accepted paradigms, exploring famous archaeological sites around the world, journeying to sacred places in India, appearing on national television shows in the United States or other countries, lecturing at mainstream science conferences, or speaking to alternative gatherings of global intelligentsia. As he crosses disciplinary and cultural boundaries, he presents to his various audiences a compelling case for negotiating a new consensus on the nature of reality. He is a member of the World Archaeological Congress and the European Association of Archaeologists as well as a research associate in history and philosophy of science for the Bhaktivedanta Institute.
After receiving a scholarship to study International Affairs at George Washington University, Michael began to study the ancient Sanskrit writings of India known as the Vedas. In this way, he has broadened his academic knowledge with spirituality from the Eastern tradition.