18 Burst results for "Bureau Of Land Management"

"bureau land management" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Had a young man get medevaced off the fire here the Florence fire was our helicopter and he passed on our helicopter, got hit by a tree. His first fire. We've got people that have been hit by a rocks and things of that nature. Trips stumbles falls are a big piece. So obviously night operations and footing have to be looked at and addressed aviation assets. We have a lot of moving parts when we have a large fire so you have helicopters and airplanes coming in and servicing and helping support and that also adds a level of risk and a level of exposure to firefighters and to the pilots. And so in driving, just driving long days driving after shift, driving to the fire I mean, there's just a lot of risk that these folks are firefighters face in every aspect of the job. Listeners, if you've got a question or a comment for one of our guests today or you want to pay tribute to a firefighter, one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's the number to call. Bodie, I'd like to bring you back into the conversation. BIA has an honor guard that pays tribute to fallen firefighters. Can you talk about that? Well, let me back that up just a little bit and I'll shift this to Darren. But this is a proposal that we're looking at providing to national leadership and we'd love to have Indian countries engagement, discussion. But Sean, if we could because Darren is really the brainchild behind this, I'd love to have him take the floor if we could. Absolutely. Darren, please step in. Yeah, you bet. And I appreciate this question, because this is huge. And this is really to establish the bureau of Indian affairs identity in honoring the families and the loved ones, coworkers. Oh, the fallen firefighters. Like Ron said, there's risk in everything. And there's so many multiple ways we take that risk when we engage in wild on fire. Originally, when Ron actually mentioned south canyon, the director of the bureau of land management went to those funerals and he wanted a way to express the bureau's appreciation for the lives, those fallen. And so he established the BLM honor guard. And that was established in 2000 in 2000, I was actually working for the BLM and was selected to be part of that. And develop that program as well as be the national lead during my last few years there with the BLM. Came to the BIA in 2011 and noticed that we did not have an honor guard. And so that was always in the back of my mind. But here recently, we've been able to make that national proposal to stand up and honor guard and to have the BIA along with forest service for service has about 50 plus on our guard members, bureau land management, has honor guard for their wildland firefighters, fish and wildlife service park service, as well as.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

07:50 min | 6 months ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on Borne the Battle

"Gentlemen and candy. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the largest panel I've had on board the battle. But I'm happy to have it on such an important subject. To me, this hits close to home, because I'm a child of the Pacific Northwest myself. My great grandmother was from the flathead reservation. And I grew up 20 minutes outside of the quinone Andy nation. So to be in a position where I can potentially broadcast information out to help give land back to Native American veterans, and for the opportunity for them to be self sufficient. I think all of you guys for an opportunity to do that. Thank you. So first, whoever wants to answer this, how did this allotment come to be? Ralph your bio you mentioned the Alaska natives claim to act as 1971. How does it relate to the bureau's Native American allotment program of 2019? No you don't mind Paul. I'll try to field up, but there's candy and others who experience of this allotment dating back to 1906. And this has the right growth out of the 1906 allotment back in 1971 when the claims act was introduced the west passed, but previous to that introduced part of the claimed film and I said that you all are entitled to a 1906 allotment. And with the passage of Asgard, that opportunity will cease to exist. And so we had a lot of that because myself included to apply through that through that period before it was discontinued. And then but as Kanye will tell you the veterans had an opportunity and this is their second opportunity to file for a lot. And we thank you for allowing us to use your medium to go out and find the needle in a haystack so that these Vietnam veterans will have an opportunity to apply, which is their right and to your hope if we are flying at least one, we will all be worth this opportunity. Thank you. Absolutely. Thank you, Ralph. Give me a brief history on what allotment programs are. How they came to be and what how they may have differed between 1906, 71 and 2019. The name of allotment 1906 act started when to allow Alaska natives to select a 160 up to a 160 acres of land that they use in occupied. They had to show 5 years of use and occupancy, potentially exclusive of others. And that went up until the past few banks. Which stopped that application, but what is that acronym? Let's see Alaska native claims settlement act of 1971. Okay. We were of course we still adjudicated the applications we received before Inca. And then in 19 98, when the first vet act was passed, we were it was also they had to use the land. It was land that they would have selected if they hadn't been in the military and here to apply before the 1971. Cutoff date. Okay. And unfortunately, a lot of them did not qualify because the rules on that one were they had to be living the state resident of the state, or had to have been resolved. And when they died, this one is completely different. They can select gland sets available, but they didn't have to actually use it. There's a lot of the lands that they had originally used is gone. It's already been claimed by either the state or an angst corporation or withdrawn for other reasons. So they won't be able to have that. So this one opens up more land to them. And there's no they don't have to live in Alaska. They don't have they didn't have to be a blaster resident if they, at the time of their death. So it actually opens that up broader and so much better. So it's not as limiting as previous land alumnus. No, no, it's not. Very good. Very good. So I guess that leads into my next question. How are you eligible for this land allotment? It's not only veterans. It's a veteran has passed away the heirs to a veteran are eligible too, right? Yeah, this is Paul. That's absolutely correct. And that's another benefit to this allotment program. The basic the basic eligibility requirements or you had to have served between August 5th, 1964 and the passage of the Alaska native claim settlement act. December 31st, 71. And so how the process the eligibility is working is DoD and VA were tasked by the legislation to give the bureau of Indian affairs a list of veterans who serve between that period of time. And then BIA bureau of Indian affairs would determine whether the individuals of Alaska native. And that got sent to that list get sent to the bureau land management to determine if the native veteran had previously received an allotment pursuant to those previous acts that were just described. And then we notify those eligible individuals. Wow. Wow. Okay, so for all these landlords, why is the department of interior doing this in the first place? Paul, can I take a stab? Absolutely, rob. Yeah. You ask a very, very, a question that they all the way back to the treaties between the American Indians and in this case agreements with Alaska native people. Yes, sir. And you ask, well, why is the bureau land management or department of interior, providing this opportunity for the vets? It provided the opportunity for American Indians receiving a 160 acres to be to be all on the opportunity to be a farmer. And so there's another story there. And but that continued and continued. When it got to Alaska, it kind of got stalled out because communications and other reasons. But the bottom line is that you American Indian can no longer be roaming the country. Here's.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

04:24 min | 9 months ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Yeah the they've been forecasting rain for today all for the last week or so and and and fortunately it looks like we're going to. We're gonna skim through here and and you know today's actually a little cool out. I'm i'm wandering around in short sleeve t shirt or polo. And it's a little chilly. By the time we get to thursday. It'll be ninety degrees again. And you know when you come to husker harvest as you just pack everything you own because you're gonna wear some of it at some point. I brought the long sleeves. And because i saw the forecast for today i noticed as i drove in Coming across sunnah brassica. Not much fieldwork yet. Going on what you see you know. If you see things that have been harvested. It's probably silage or it seed corn. There's a lot of seed corn grown out here on the zero acres and and so You know we're right in the heart of seed seed corn harvesting time but in terms of harvesting number two yellow or soybeans. Everything's changing and you can tell. It's not far off but but we're just right in front of it which is exactly kind of how we like to time the event get these folks one last. Run away from home. Before the before the show before they. They're big showtime kicks off for harvest. So let's talk about field demonstrations. What will you be able to do. We're gonna we're gonna be able to run everything I think we've had. We've got the highest yielding corn. We've ever had out here for demonstrations the the field demo corn is is coming in at about two hundred fifteen at twenty two percent which is really good for for ninety nine day. Corn in central brassica So we'll run. The run harvesting demonstrations all the same autonomy things that we did over indicator. We're doing here running the Running the machines in the field demonstrations as well as them having their own dedicated area. You gotta talk about. Livestock demonstrations of husker harvest days really awesome cattle handling demonstrations and seminars. Up their livestock building. And and just a lot of content stocked dogs and and wild horse training from the bureau land-management just a a lot of livestock things occurring here in addition to the corn harvest and the tillage and the hanging demonstrations that we have here husker harvest day. So you got a lot of things going on. And as you mentioned the focus of this show i it is different than The farm progress you mentioned the livestock. You mentioned the irrigation. Those are the two big focuses here. Absolutely you know we wanna make sure that whether new york farm show and syracuse new york. Which is you know that focuses on dairy forestry and then if you're indicator illinois the cash green desert you're going to have a corn soybeans show but when we get the boone there's more beef influence and by the time you get out here to grand island there's a you don't have to go too far west to here and it turns into pasture land. Pretty pretty fast. There's there's a lot of beef production here with you. Know with with the growers. Come from here. You're going to see some genuine cowboys here..

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"bureau land management" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:37 min | 9 months ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on KCRW

"On where you're located, No, but You can work for different agencies such as, like I mentioned the Forest Service Cal Fire Bureau Land management BIA, which is the Bureau of Indian Affairs. These are federal agencies, um, and contract crews. Things of that nature. And so there's opportunities. It's just not just having that knowledge. That's the thing that most people don't know. It's just the knowledge based and things of that nature. And then you know, that's what f f R P Does. You know we help? You know, streamlined at or try your top streamlined that so folks can get a better understanding of you know what? What options they have for an opportunity to Be an inspector of work. Let's talk a little bit more about f f r P or the forestry and Fire recruitment program. How does it work in? Who exactly is it for Well, it's you know, I think when it was first being brought up, it was, you know, the co founders Brandon Smith and Royal Remy come with this idea to help streamline folks that were formerly that were formerly incarcerated. Help them paved the way to get an opportunity to get into the fire service. Both worked for the Forest Service. Also rule really worked for Cal fire as well. Became successful at what he was doing within the department but eventually stepped down to do forestry fire recruitment program full time. And so you know, when applicants such as formerly incarcerated and the ones that are not formally incarcerated, those that just want to opportunity to See if the fire services for them. We help those two as well. So we pretty much almost help everybody so but you know, as primary targets, you know, the formerly incarcerated What do you do there for myself? You know, I'm the employment coordinator. I am there to help, you know, get them on track. As far as the resume goes, Make sure that is looking up to par professional. And then I give them job leads as well. You know, this agency is hiring. Here's the application process. Um, getting advice, Uh, sharing my struggles of what I have to go through. And let them know that you know when you apply, you know, or when you're trying to get in this fire service. It's not every story is not going to be the same like your story. You know, just like an egg, You know, journalism, You know your story of getting into the The field is not going to the same as this person and that person the same thing at the fire service. So F f r p The The second group of Students just graduated, right? And it's about 30 people, um, have most of them and picked up by a fire agencies already, actually, all.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

04:03 min | 10 months ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Sarah gordo dot com Has links so that you can submit a comment about it to the bureau land-management so you can send in a really angry email to k. To mining company and watch the video. It's really good. It's not super long and it kind of outlines a lot of the work that he does and the importance of this basically what they're gonna do is they're gonna dig a huge out of where a mountain was bringing dump all that shit into a pile and dump a bunch of cyanide onto it then all the cyanide that runs off we'll have these tiny specks of gold that will that they're able to then produce with so you know not really environmentally friendly especially because there are endangered species in the area danger trees non environmentally-friendly and it doesn't even sound efficient now. No but that's it's only efficient if you have a huge amount of material and a lot of my is e so please please please go to the website if you want to fuck over the corporations if you wanna fuck over the man if you are anti-capitalist if you're a communist if you're a socialist if you give a shit about the planet that were on among other things you know this is a real chance to prove yourself. Go go right. A comment watch video. Write a comment. tell not to do it and You know. I can't say this. Well actually i can say this. Because i'm anonymous and I'm not running this thing. But like i don't care if you threaten the he's got his email on the web to minnesota. I say yeah do and You limited time offer if you send us a message on instagram. We will send you a download link to bomb making books. No i'm just kidding. I won't do that. But jesus christ god damn it but yeah really. I am really basically what i do in my off. Time is drive around the desert finding these historical sites. I didn't even mention that part. The land that they're claiming his historical. They've got old cabins from the eighteen hundreds on them still they've got like it's conservancy land. So it's supposed to be conservative supposed to be public land that anybody can go and hike and enjoy and it's just gonna be literally a pit and don't fall for that bullshit. Everybody in utah least at one point in your elementary fucking one of those companies came to your school. Did this happen to you I'm pretty sure nicely. Talk about how important the mining and everything how they talked about how after all that when they leave they would restore it to. Its you know to its natural beauty shah. Yeah i'm like okay. Yeah you're currently eating a mountain off the highway. You're having to justify your actions to children which means you're probably not doing some good shit. Yeah exactly it's it's wilder propaganda really So yeah i'm the force. Feed that to kids. Who don't even know who the fuck you are. Who don't know what mining is so. I'm pissed off. I wrote a what. I think is a fantastic me and my wife both wrote shit to the blm that met the character limit. So we're we're passionate about news good so so each and every one of you please. This is your chance to show. How punk rock you are But watch video he he. He works his way better than i than i ever can. He's really good at communicating. So just just watch the video. Mix check out amid a comment please. This is super important. Because basically what he's doing is he's restoring this ghost town using the material that he can find around the go sandwiches amazing in itself and he's going to open it up so that you can go there and camp you can go there and stay in the the original hotel..

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"bureau land management" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Alright. It's 8 47 100 wlw. Anybody out there? Take a look at Louie Gohmert in the video. And what do you say? I don't think he was punking anybody. So I mentioned by the way that he mentioned black lives matter in the middle of it. In fact, three people did. Blm's Bureau of Land Management he's talking about the forestry service and the Bureau of Land meant so BLM that time was Bureau of Land Management. How come they have ensued? Like WWF Did the World Wildlife Fund when after the world while World Wrestling Federation they both had w How come the Bureau Land Management's taking this sitting down? Anyway. Um, no, I if you watch said you get the distinct impression. I'm sorry that he was being very, very straightforward. Other nonsense that our federal level involves the office of Management and Budget. What are they doing? They're renaming what a woman would be. Congressional hearings on Wednesday. Excuse me. Deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget. Yolanda Young defended the 2021 Biden budget proposal and the redefinition of mothers as birthing people. Maybe birthing person day. Can you say Mom? Birth. Bertha. Republican representative Jason Smith, the top ranking member of the House Budget Committee, noted the replacement of the word mother for the gender ambiguous phrase in reference to funding maternal healthcare. That it was unprecedented for a budget plan. He said the budget request 26 million to reduce maternal mortality and eliminate race based disparities and outcomes among birthing people. This is a shift from recent budgets that referred to maternal health issues as women's issues. I've never heard the term before. Dude, could you please please explain what it means? Speaking here to lead deputy director Shalonda Young. Says she. There are certain people who do not have gender identities that apply to male and female, So we think our language needs to be more inclusive on how we deal with complex issues. I wonder what was there any woman out there? Who requested that she be referred to as a birthing person. I haven't heard of one. She's not saying in response to The sensitivities of X number of women. I'm sorry, birthing people who've gotten ahold of us. We decided to change it from women to birthing people once it works its way into the official Lexicon of the federal government. It's like there's like no stopping it. Says, incorporating jargon of both gender and racial inclusivity by Biden's budget stipulates over 200 million in funding will be allocated to reduce the high rate of maternal mortality. And race based disparities and outcomes among birthing people. Letter term instead of mothers, which encompasses the strictly female capabilities of both child delivery and child rearing. So you are now a birthing person. I mean, I just wish in times like this that mothers in particular Might drop an email or some sort of note to the world that they don't like The idea of being called a birthing per person. And what does it make a father? To see if they have a new term. I don't I don't know that I've read New term for father. Could it be seed provider? Maybe that's it. We are seed persons. I'm not kidding. This is just nuts. How we got to this point in the world. I have no idea, but we're here. So Congratulations, birthing person. People. All right. And then one words guy. McDonald's want to execute everybody because he couldn't get a happy meal. In Virginia. Gonna execute everybody there. The guy is actually a Door dash driver. Was sent to McDonald's to get a happy meal. He got there at 10 o'clock. They don't do happy meals till 10 30. So he became agitated when he was told it was too early to get the happy meal. Witnesses said. He stated before leaving the restaurant that he would come back and execute everyone. McDonald's workers, then contacted the police. According to the sheriff's post on Facebook deputies were working to identify the suspect when a brandishing call was dispatched. Nearby, the victim reported. The driver of white Toyota Yaris pointed a handgun at her And her passengers while passing through emerge area. They continue to explain why the officer was searching for the suspect. Another report came out of an unprovoked threat involving a gun as well. So they popped the guy and he did not have to end execute everybody McDonald's and he did not get the happy meal. Sadly alright to Chuck Ingram, who stands by Chucky when he got there from the UC Help tramping center. Your pain shouldn't wait. You see health, orthopedics and sports medicine offers same day appointments. Call 475 86 92 schedule Rex on both sides of 75 above the lateral something down the traffic is banking up into and through the Laughlin split. On north Beyond 75 traffic is heavy Anna Mitchell out of ST Bernard at Mitchell making your way to the lateral near Town Street. It's the left two lanes that are blocked on that side of the highway North Beyond 75 continues slow for an extra 10 through the cup, trying to get across the brand Spence chucking from NewsRadio. 700.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Affected people got poor correct meaning. None of those revenues came back to the. Where have we heard this before. Oh yeah nestle the candy company while the biggest their biggest cash crop is actually bottled water. Extracting water out of town and not giving the water back that they've processed oil all right brother. I'm gonna have to bid everyone a good afternoon. Thank you for being with us. I have to step away. Have an appointment that i need to to make. So i'm glad to have been able to serve you all once again and i will see you on the wednesday edition or i brother. Thank you very much as always we will talk at you soon. Already be will love you love you do all right all right later bye-bye and so we move on here if you can bear with me so yeah so that that should open up. Some is honestly What for those of us that have been working in. I'm a baby compared to a lot of people In the federal space These types of things have been told to the federal government. You pick an agency but these are all under the umbrella of the department of interior so again talking about the bureau land management the bureau of ocean energy management the park system. And there's about fourteen fifteen others that are under the of the department of interior We have told these agencies over and over again about these various different problems mr antennae. Co mentioned horizontal drilling and a An an explosion. And we've talked about situations in up in alaska using horizontal drills because maybe a alaska community said no. We don't want any drilling on our lands. And so the oil companies set up shop next door with a landowner that isn't under alaskan native control.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on KCRW

"Land management have not had permanent Senate confirmed directors for the entire trump presidency that's a violation of the constitution which requires Senate oversight of these key positions according to a lawsuit filed by to Washington DC an Idaho based conservation groups and they're just free wheeling deterring around the constitution in allowing these lower level political appointees to be running the show Peter Jenkins a senior counsel for public employees for environmental responsibility the overall pattern is to weaken the environmental bureaus and allow state interests and private extractive industry interest in the case the bureau land management to be able to call the shots this lawsuit is the latest to shine light on the trump administration's unprecedented use of acting agency heads but the groups suing have long been suspicious of William Perry Pendley in particular leading the BLM his temporary appointment has been extended now five times since taking over the agency last summer family once advocated for transferring ownership of the very public lands he now manages over to states and private interests but in a recent interview Pendley told me that is not part of president trump's agenda regardless of what I've said in the past the one thing is clear out is I'm a marine I understand how the followers and I follow orders in this case in a statement the trump administration called the lawsuit that seeks to oust Pendley and David fellow at the National Park Service baseless and a distraction has the park service in particular is trying to safely reopen national parks during the corona virus pandemic Kirk Siegler NPR news Boise you're listening to All Things Considered hi there nine analysts I'm looking forward to being with you and checking out some music together on.

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A Lawsuit Seeks The Removal Of The Directors For Park Service And BLM

Environment: NPR

01:58 min | 2 years ago

A Lawsuit Seeks The Removal Of The Directors For Park Service And BLM

"A lawsuit filed today seeks the removal of the controversial acting directors for two federal agencies. The agencies are in charge of millions of acres of public land energy development and the country's national parks. Npr's Kirk siegler reports the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management Have Not had permanent Senate confirmed directors for the entire trump presidency. That's a violation of the Constitution which requires Senate oversight of these key positions according to a lawsuit filed by to Washington DC and Idaho based conservation groups. And they're just a freewheeling detouring around the constitution in allowing these lower level political appointees to be running a show Peter Jenkins is senior counsel for Public Employees Environmental Responsibility the overall pattern is to weaken the environmental bureaus and allow state interests in private extractive industry interest particularly in the case of Bureau land-management to be able to call the shots. This lawsuit is the latest to shine light on the trump administration's unprecedented use of acting agency. Heads but the group's suing have long been suspicious of William Perry pen-li in particular leading the B. M. His temporary appointment has been extended now five times since taking over the agency last summer. Penalty once advocated for transferring ownership of the very public lands. He now manages over two states and private interests but in a recent interview. Pen-li told me that is not part of president trump's agenda regardless of what I've said in the past the one thing is clear is I'm a marine. I understand how to follow. Orders follow orders in this case in a statement the trump administration called the lawsuit that seeks to oust penalty and David Vella the park service. Baseless and a distraction as the park service in particular is trying to safely reopen national parks during the corona virus. Pandemic Kirk Siegler. Npr News Boise.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

GunGuyTV: A Firearms

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

"Hi. This is Julie Persinger. I'm the gun guy. Thank you very much for all of you support on Gun Guy TV for all of your support. You support me. I really do appreciate it. I've got a great podcast for you this time around. I'm actually doing podcast from my bedroom in my house. The reason for that is obviously with corona virus. Were all locked at home and I got a bunch of people in my house because we have kids and my wife and I. They're all playing monopoly on a video game and living room and it's making too much noise in my recording studio and I couldn't block at blanket out so I'm actually in the master bedroom doing my podcast from here. Hey you know what whatever works right all right so this podcast is back to being the two part podcast again. Where the first part will be available for you on your favorite podcast player. And then we also posted generally on the video distribution sites like youtube bit shoot gun streamer the Utah Gun Exchange facebook video. And so on. So you'll find it in all of those places in video form with just the thumbnail or whatever but we we do that just to make it easier because a lot of folks do wanNA listen not only on the on iheartradio for example or stitcher or whatever but they also want to listen or usually the video platform to do that. What I would appreciate from you if you wouldn't mind if you wouldn't mind supporting the podcast is if you would please support us by shopping. Amazon using our Amazon links right. Now money's tight for everybody but there are a lot of folks buying things online and the primary reason they're doing that is because they don't want to have to go to the store during this Corona virus thing. So if that's the case that you and your buying things from Amazon if you could do it through our Amazon Lincoln won't cost you anything but it does help us quite a bit but if you would do that that would be great. You'll find our website at gun. Guy Dot TV or gun. Guy Tv.com gun guy. Tv Dot net. 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Only I'll be talking about the lessons learned as a result of this pandemic on how to be better prepared for this stuff the next time not only with our firearms but also other pieces of equipment. That might be very useful. Talk about that in the second part of the podcast which is unpatriotic only all right. So let's get started with the interview with Richard Sprague from sprague's sports show with my son Nick and more. Who's overmanning the camera? Who's not on the camera? But he probably will chime in. Are you there yes I am? Yes Pete is the mystery voice in the background and We've got Richard Sprague here from sprague sports which is an outstanding store out. Huma arezzo which I very much love and the nice part about Richard's as a great store there's been there for everybody's kind enough to let me have people send firearms for us to review so thank you very much. I really appreciate. That is very generous of you to do that. You're very welcome. What's going on with Frank's New Year? Just here to get a get a sentiment on the direction the industry and always love the energy. That's here when you walk into the Burton send you enter the the doors. You can just feel the excitement and the energy and this. My forty first shot show in a row came here. When did you I been at the first one on? Saint Louis in haven't missed any of them is that right. Wow so look forward to it. Every year my feet cast twelve and I thought I'd been her forty fifth forty. I forty just proves I'm deaf in my old age. That's okay okay. So what do you have a focus stuff? You're looking for a while you're here well you know. We're always looking for new products. We're always looking to expand and extend relationships and Just learn this is all about learning. We don't do any real buying here. I'll might jump on an opportunity but it's There's not enough time to really buy stuff here to make good decisions so we saved that in reserve that for later but we're here to learn and to give some some boys to things that we think could be improved and to see the new products and get them in your hand because it makes a difference in the world having your hands so you come out here mainly as an educational opportunity for you in an opportunity to speak back to the industries that which helps a lutely absolutely because and who's in charge of things it changes year to year. You know who's running which manufacturer whatever distributor dealing with or factory. And so you know. There's there's always movement at the top Some of it so it it pays to know who to talk to about Co op about advertising about you. Know Warranty issues service and stuff like that. So this is the opportunity to talk to those folks directly to have special Mama with them. Face to face makes a lot of difference. I think as you know I'm in California so every in fact every time I see you at the store you asked me when I'm ever going to move out of that rotten state and come to a real estate or something along those lines. Are we laugh about it? What's happening in Arizona Right now? That is there anything going on in Arizona's Second Amendment legalize. It affects your store or factually the firearms business. We're we're not. I don't know of any imminent challenges right now. The main concern I think for a lot of us is the fact that our state is growing in. A lot of people are moving from states. That aren't so second amendment friendly and we're just hoping that they are all Second Amendment folks and don't bring Anti Second Amendment. You know feelings to our state as it grows. Were top seven million Recently and so you know that's a double it. Was You know ten fifteen years ago? I would say and that's our main concern. You know going from say red to purple you know as a as a voting block Concerns us but I don't know of any imminent Second Amendment Challenges Right now in particular. We have a great governor Governor Ducey. And he's you know he's a strong proponent of the Second Amendment and a strong pro-business governor and so we're proud of him and what he's doing and all his efforts. Are you seeing any counties or cities that are seeming to to move in that direction or is it pretty much across the board near as of anything any real strong changes? I know there are certain Some some parts of the state have a little bit of liberalism going on around the some of the university. Some some of those towns but I don't see them growing. Actually Kinda normal around you so sure that that's an existential threat to cal state. You know those of us that live and and many of us grew up in that in in the great state of Arizona we We don't necessarily think they should think that way. They brought a great shavers on. And I don't think it's an interesting thing that happened to state sometimes too. I can tell you having grown up in the Shanty Gloria that we used to have radio and television ADS that ran in San Diego. That would say thank you for visiting San Diego now. Please go home because it was a pretty tight knit. Pretty CONSERVATIVE PRO-MILITARY Pro Rights Community. And it's the state was a totally different place. And we would actively encouraged people to go home rather than move there in fact it used to be when. I was growing up such a big deal. If you're a San Diego native that you'd have a bumper sticker that says San Diego native where you'd have what because that was a that was something to be proud of data symbol rather than a transplant. A level of respect. The sad part is none of that helped. Look where we're at. Yeah so I think. It is important In states like Zona which is such an incredible state to be vigilant. Not Take for granted that I agree that it. Can't I completely agree? Don't anything for granted ever anywhere. Always keep your guard up and always be willing to earn it every day. Now let's run my business. I know you do. Let's Talk Huma one of my favorite places it's become you have some great stuff out you a first of all you got a great range at Spriggs and then you've got a gun store. Which every time I walk in. It reminds me kind of like a little mini pat bass pro shop. I love the store. And then you have a range out in Yuma your. I think your Dad was part of my dad helped started in the late. Nineteen sixties arranges with a couple of county board supervisor. Guys they got together and Acquired six hundred acres of property from combination the Bureau Land Management and Bureau reclamation and got the county to Manage it in the early years and got a lot of donated time and labor machines and built cut berms and put it in improvements in Made a real nice facility out there. You have a talent for understatement. I shoot at that range a lot. The idea of a real nice facility is a bit of an understatement. I absolutely adore that. Raines Rangers Awesome. It really isn't it. It's it's countywide rules. You'd better know what you're doing when you go out there anybody watching you. County ran it for the first couple of decades and then they had to cut some budget. They had funding issues. And so the clubs at operating out there formed a nonprofit and took it over from the county and I believe there were five That were active in the various ranges out there from archery to long range silhouette to Yep Sick it's a trap and skeet and they formed the Ad Arranges Inc and they've been running it ever since fabulous range. I love listening to the.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

14:22 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on KTOK

"And welcome back our final segment with LA Marzilli as we talk about on the trail of the Netflix mathematical mysteries of the mound builders. How big do you think these giants might have been LA? Well, we know from Catalina that there was just basically under nine feet. That's just one of them. But we have reports from other other mounds other places anywhere from nine to twelve feet tall. Even does even accounts. Steve Quayle talked about this stuff over twenty feet, which is hard to really grasp. It's hard to believe that something was walking around twenty feet tall yet. There are accounts that people have found femurs you know, some pretty big guys. Yeah. They sure are back to the calls Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey, Joseph, go ahead. Is concede a horoscope for the day, you know, little? But I have a couple of questions I would be if you look at your rate Geller, you know, he can bend, you know, objects. Uh-huh. Touching them. I'm wondering if that gift was more advanced, and ancient times where the stones of my shoe peach who or the pyramid where people might have had that ability just to move gigantic stones and put them in place. We'll call them, you know, like an advance you'll regather and my second question would a relating the to the pre-flood, if you look at the pre flood on the bible, I think it talks about the people on south had Yvonne tensions, like every single one of them. And every single thing they would doing so I don't know if they were corrupted but enough lamb or they were corrupt in another south was the Indians. I think might have interacted on intentionally or peripherally. What these people, and it was more than coming to them. And I'm also wondering about the locate. Nation of these nouns wore their adjacent, pathways, riverbanks, or rivers or were they in such remote locale locations that you would wonder, like how did they even get to these locations in that period of time frame, or whatever? Well, a lot of questions there, the, the rivers are the freeway system than the ancient world. And you'll find like a hokey right next to the Mississippi, right next to the Mississippi. So these the waterways where that were the freeways of the ancient world, and many of the size are located near waterways. But then you have other sites like Miami's Burke, although it's close to way, it's very, very high elevation. So what's it doing there? Same thing before ancient there's there's waterways close to it. But for action is like three point five miles of continuous walls earth and more than we believe that the gates that were in there, actually, sixty six say, sixty seven we say, we say, sixty six for, for obvious reasons, so, you know that that's the first question that would be answered as far as your Geller. He's working in my opinion. He's working with your spirit. Remember when Moses shows up and Aaron shows up, there's a full coal paradigm. That's. Global at this point and the nation of this. I'm actually writing about this now, which is why it's so close to my in my head. But when Moses Moses staff, it give it to Herranz rose. You know, the ten commandments the no, the whole thing throws the staff and it becomes a serpent. Well, the magicians who are in Pharaoh's court look at that big deal. They throw them their staff and there's become servants. Well, you know, if we saw something like that, in Dern, we'd be screaming running out of the room, no one, that's an eyelash this is this is standard fare. My point being is that the, the occult they co paradigm, allusive theory paradigm was in full blown operation at the time. When Moses an air show up this is this is the global paradigm. So when you talk about your gallery, he's working with what I would call their spirit in my opinion. He's, he's got a familiar that's enabling into giving certain tower to do this just like the shamans who are alive today. The mine L whatever you wanna call them. They gain power and I spoke to an elder. A native American people elder. And he told me he was he was going to become a shaman and Rory to do that. You have to kill the family member now. That's his particular try that. That's how you begets. How you get the power. That's how you got the power. You kill a family member. So again, there's only blood that sacrifices this, this stuff is, is very intense the, the, the stones in socks. Dilma lachey pizza, though, stones. This is technology that we, we have no idea who ever built them took a technology with them when they left things were levitated. But how did they cut the stones did? They have some laser type thing. I mean, you, you would have to draw this thing out on the computer and obviously, they had they had systems like this. They were able to do. They were able to do it. So just the fact that you look at it. You say yourself. Wow. You know what machine did this? And we don't know good point. All right. Let's take a few more. Calls here. Sharon in crane, Missouri is with us. Hi, sharon. In nineteen thirty four here in Missouri. There was gentleman that bought a piece of property to build a home on, and there was a mound on the property, and it was marked by three to five oak trees, that had been printed on top of it. They opened up the mound, and what they found inside was a giant skeleton and four others that were more normal size. They found some artifacts and the mount had been covered with flat stones, and then covered with earth, and then the trees planted on top. And I'd like to know if Elliott has ever heard of anything like that good question, LA, what you're describing is, is not as is standard fare. That's what they would do as far. The oak trees being planted. They weren't planning that they just grew naturally, which gives you an idea just how old this thing is four or five hundred years old. The oak trees, the mound goes back way forever. Then that, yes, they would use stones. We've seen that before there's audit rations I had books in my library that was great. It is before the fire, I lament their loss. But yes, this is this is what they would do. The giants would be buried. Sometimes they would be sacrificial, people buried with them that were killed ritualistically. There's a site in Minnesota, which we can't dig why could take you right there? We believe there's nine floors there, but because it's under the tribal, jurisdiction, the tribal lettuce, lettuce day, all we wanna do is uncovered uncover DNA, photograph, label everything and then recover, it's all you wanna do. They won't let's do it and it it's a shame. They will let us do it because it would it would show the validity of I. Nations. People narrative that giants were MLM six red-headed cannibalistic giants, we think that's what this thing is on this one person's property, Minnesota. All right. Hey, thanks for that next up. We have whose turn is it. It's Dave in Long Island. New York David go ahead, sir. Have a big fan of yours. I've heard you on this show man, you any times research myself, and I specialize in d still walls of New York in New England job. You know, my own theory about those things that they were constructed by lodge, Hamad's. I some Lisa up in for Mont on now Ephron where there are also dully many domain. They mysterious megalithic instructions and my, my own hypotheses about the now builders that they didn't just disappear. But sort of like what the other lily sort of proposing that called in a couple of calls ago about, they probably simulated, the native American culture because and some of them actually have been benevolent because we have all week. Howdy Lee story here along island. For example of the Montauk, try. This muggy talk. See who we see figure of gigantic form, who put the protector of his people, and he joined these canals here on Long Island here showed like John Jentzsch research, as well. I was on the show. We talking to Michael cream. Oh, George may. Remember my free and Michael gera- about these things as well. But my own dear easy that allow Bill this being job. And if king, the touchy have gigantic form, and he's four sons here where basically resposible, most tribes, a Long Island. Yeah. When we ever Donald God here, his me county of these people that they were actually irritable, and that they were larger in size and, you know, that's like Verizon, I'll we can't get over here. So I believe that, you know, I mean change that some of these stories of maybe the giants on the east coast. Eastern tribes here. Have those more benevolent aspects to them? At least they're all people or whatever, but, and I also week, adding New Mexico, and, you know, I believe that the, the big news against people love lock as it was just so that the native people stayed often try because most tribal names are majority of other tribes live research shows anyway, but the people Galina canyon that guy frankly hippie research, people at whole hope that. Weather real dug up with that dollar cephlon stalls. They were all you all gated stoves. And Bracco stalls, which were, you know, cranial deformation type, but I believe people like Lena Hove, and we love LA que because the blockade museum Nash as I got nice euthanasia for on. They say that they were of more robust size, which is usually go for giant size. So, and but, you know, by believe that e Stiebel were of giant size, but I believe they call them tool eaters, which was a flowering plant yet, it doesn't sound too. Ferocious to me. You know, I think many of these, you already, they said they can't just seems that Indian triset about each other and, you know, he's so many Recanati the same things against each other in other ways. So I mean you know, they could be I don't know. But I know that from my oh, we search some of these large giants are definitely or descended of them are hybrids or whatever were somewhat benevolent tribal people on this side the clock. She anyway, so. They give it idea what my old we show and, you know, we have the. From the failed narration expedition, Florida. Let's take this go ahead and lay trying to get in there. I would love to talk to you about this to mean Email LA, LA Marzilli dot net, but I've been Lovelock cave and, and I've, I've been the museum and got to the back room. And we actually have a photograph from M K Davis taken forty years ago, which you can't see about skull anymore, but we're actually analyzing that photograph to see just how big it is. We're in the process of doing that. The pie legend says that they were giants that they were cannibalistic that they would come into the pie camp. This is all Sarah win Marcus stuff. But I also talked the pilot elders at the of at the reservation that were there and they, they basically the same thing that they were cannibalistic. They come in. They would rate, the, the tribes domiciles take the kids lay in wait for them. And so one day they tried just got together and take them into the Lovelock cave and the rest of history. I actually had a book from nineteen twenties that was done from the archaeologists that was there and show picture. Here's how he got there after a lot of the stuff at prairie away there. Also reports and the dry lake bed in front of that, that several years sometime in the late nineteenth century the twentieth century. There was like a twelve footer that was taken out of the lake big up there. So, you know, the stories are there. Unfortunately, the trail, some of these places are very, very cold like Lovelock cave. And of course, when you go there, it's all it's a control site, the two branches that, that were that, that used to be able to travel down into the cave happened. Sealed off by the bureau land-management. So you can't even go in there anymore to see their why did they do that? Why not keep the cave open and turn a new museum? Don't they just shut the whole thing down? And we don't we can't research 'cause it's, you know, they'd use dynamite and blue thing up. Do we have time for another quick question, perhaps, we do Pat in Minneapolis? Let squeeze you in, Pat. Go ahead. Ancient aliens that colonized ancient Greece. They angel aliens that Zeus was kind of like a either a playboy or Harvey Weinstein. I'm not sure what and he reproduced with him and women although Aphrodite the hot chick female of the group when she hung out with.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

14:29 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"H. A. S. And welcome back our final segment with LA March Zooey as we talk about on the trail of the Netflix mathematical mysteries of the mound builders. How big do you think these giants might have been LA? Well, we know from Catalina that there was just basically under nine feet. That's just one of them. But we have reports from other other mounds other places anywhere from nine to twelve feet tall. Even does even accounts. Steve quayle. Talk about this stuff over twenty feet, which is hard to really grasp. It's hard to believe that something was walking around twenty feet tall yet. There are accounts that people have found femurs you know, some pretty big guys. Yeah. They sure are back to the calls Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey, Joseph, go ahead. Could see the horoscope for the day, you know, little. A couple of questions I would be if you look at your rate Geller, you know, he can bend, you know, objects. Touching them. I'm wondering if that gift was more advanced in ancient times where the stones of my shoe peach who or the pyramid where people might have had that ability, just to move gigantic stones and put them in place. Or call them, you know like an advance he'll regular. And my second question would be will lading the to the pre flood? If you look at the pre flood on the bible, I think it talks about the people on south had Yvonne tensions, like every single one of them and every single thing they were doing so I don't know if they were corrupted but enough lamb or they were corrupt in another south was the Indians. I think might have interacted on intentionally or peripherally. What these people, and it was more than coming to them. And I'm also wondering about the. Location of these nouns war, their adjacent, pathways, riverbanks, or rivers or were, they in such remote? Look locations that you would wonder, like how did they even get to these locations in that period of time frame, or whatever? Well, a lot of questions there, the, the rivers are the freeway system, the ancient world, and you'll find like a hokey right next to the Mississippi, right next to the Mississippi. So these the waterways were that were the freeways of the ancient world, and many of the size are located on your waterways. But then you have other sites like Miami's Burke, although it's coaster away. It's very, very high elevation. So what's it doing their same thing before ancient, there's there's waterways close to it? But for ancient is like three point five miles of continuous walls earth. And while than we believe that the gates that were in there, actually, sixty six say, sixty seven we say, we say, sixty six for, for obvious reasons, so, you know that that's the first question that would be answered as far as your Geller. He's working in my opinion. He's working with the familiar spirit. Remember when Moses shows up in Aaron shows up, there's a full Cole paradigm? That's. Global at this point and the 'lustration of this. I'm actually writing about this now. Which is why it's so close to in my head. But when Moses Moses staff, it give it to charity, rose, we've all seen, you know, the ten commandments definitely the no, the whole thing, he throws the staff and it becomes the serpent. Well, the magician who are in Pharaoh's court, look at that. Well, that's no big deal. They throw down their staff and there's become servants. Well, you know, if we saw something like that in it, we'd be screaming running out of the room. No one, that's an eyelash this is this is standard fare. My point being is that the, the occult they co paradigm, allusive paradigm was in full blown operation at the time when Moses an era of show up this is this is the goal paradigm. So when you talk about your Geller, he's working with what I would call the spirit in my opinion. He's, he's got a familiar that's enabling into and giving. Him certain tower to do this just like the shamans who are alive today. The mine L whatever you wanna call them. They gain power and I spoke to an elder, a native American people elder. And he told me he was he was going to become shaman and to do that you have to kill a family member now. That's his particular try that. That's how you begets. How you get the power. That's how you get the power. You kill family member. So again, there's only blood that sacrifices this, this stuff is, is very intense the, the, the stones in sock. Salema macci. Peachy lodestones. This is technology that we, we have no idea who ever built them took a technology with them. When they left, I believe things were levitated. But how did they cut the stones did? They have some laser type thing. I mean, you, you would have to draw this thing out on the computer and obviously, they had they had systems like this. They were able to do. They. Able to do it. So just the fact that you look at it. You say yourself. Wow. You know what machine did this? We don't know point. All right. Let's take a few more calls here. Sharon in crane. Missouri is with us. Hi, sharon. In nineteen thirty four here in Missouri. There was gentleman that bought the piece of property to build a home run. And there was a mound on the property, and it was marked by three to five oak trees, that had been printed on top of it. They opened up the mound, and what they found inside was a giant skeleton and four others that were more normal size. They found some artifacts and the mount had been covered with flat, stones. And then covered with earth, and then the trees planted on top. And I'd like to know if E has ever heard of anything like that. Question LA what you're describing is, is not as is standard fare. That's what they would do as far as the oak trees being planted. They weren't planet that they just grew naturally with. Give idea just how old this thing is four or five hundred years old. The oak trees, the mound goes back way forever. Then that, yes, they would use stones. We've seen that before. L astray shins. I had books in my library. That was this before the fire I lament their loss. But yes, this is this is what they would do. The giants would be buried. Sometimes they would be sacrificial, people buried with them that were killed ritualistically. There's a site in Minnesota, which we can't dig, I could take you right there. We believe there's nine floors there, but because, it's, it's under the travel jurisdiction, the tribal lettuce day. All we wanna do uncover uncover DNA photograph label everything and then recover, it's all. You wanna do. They won't let's do it and it's it's a shame. They will let us do it because it would show the Bolivia first nations people narrative that giants were Milan, six thing, red-headed cannibalistic giants, we think that's what this thing is on this one person's property, Minnesota. All right. Hey, thanks for that next up. We have whose turn is it. It's Dave in Long Island. New York David go ahead, sir. Good evening, gentlemen. Have been a big fan of yours. I've heard you on this show many, many times research myself, and I specialize in the walls of New York in New England and job. You know, my own cheery about those things that they were constructed by large homage, some research for Mont on now Ephron, where they're also Dolly many domain. They mysterious megalithic instructions and my, my own hypotheses builders as that they didn't just disappear. But sort of like what the other gal sort of proposing that called in a couple of calls ago that they probably were simulated ancient in native American culture, because and some of them actually may have been benevolent because we have all week, how story here, for example of the Montauk, tribe, led king of muggy touchy, who is she. The figure of gigantic form, who said, protector of his people, and he designed these canals here all Long Island here show by John Jansher research is well, I was on the show recently talking to Michael. Oh, George may remember. Well Michael challenger about each thing as well. But my theory is that Bill this job? And if king the Turkey was a gigantic for him. And he's four sons here where basically responsible most of the tribes, a Long Island. Yeah. When we ever Jarl, God here, his me county of these people is that they were actually local and that they were larger in size. And you know that's what Verizon all we can't get over here. So I believe that, you know, I mean it seems that some of these stories of maybe Joyce on the east coast with the northeastern tribes here, have some more benevolent aspects to them. At least they're all people or whatever, but, and I also week, adding New Mexico, and, you know, I believe that the, the pajamas against the people, I love LA cave. It was just so that the native people stayed often other. Try because most tribal names are majority native other tribes as my research shows anyway. But the people like canyon that frankly, hit me research, if people that whole Hoke back. Weather real dug up with that dollar cephlon stalls. They were wall, you all gated stalls, Arizona and broccoli stalls, which were, you know, cranial defamation type, but I'm willing to people like Lena Hove, and we I love LA que because the blockade museum I say that nice euthanasia on. They say that they were of more robust, shies, which is usually to giant size. So, and but, you know, by believe that east e- were of giant size, but I believe, you know, they called them tool eaters, which was a flowering plant yet. It doesn't sound too. Ferocious to me. You know, I think many of these, did you already did they said they were cattle just seems that Indian tribes set about each show and, you know, he's so many candy the same things against each other other ways. So at mean you know they could be I don't know. But I know that from my own research, some of these large giants are definitely or descendant of them are hybrids, or whatever were somewhat benevolent tribal people on this side of the clutch anyway. So. Yeah. What my own show. And, you know, we have a lot from failed narration exhibition Florida. Let's take this. Go ahead. Trying to get in there. I would I would love to talk to you about this. Shoot me an Email LA LA Marzilli dot net, but I've been Lovelock cave and, and I, I've been the museum and got to the back room and we actually have a photograph from MK Davis taken forty years ago, which you can't see about skull anymore, but we're actually analyzing that photograph to see just how big it is in the process of doing that. The pie legend says that they were giants that they were cannibalistic that they would come into the pie camp. This is all Sarah, Marcus stuff. But I also talked to pilot elders at the of at the reservation that were there and they, they basically the same thing that they were cannibalistic. They come in. They would rate raiding the tribes domiciles take the kids lay in wait for them. And so one day they tried just got together and taste of Lovelock cave and the rest of history. I actually had a book from nineteen twenties that was done from the archaeologist was there and show pictures he got. There after a lot of the stuff at prairie away there. Also reports and the dry lake bed in front of that, that several years sometime in the late nineteenth century the twentieth century. There was like a twelve footer that was taken out of a lake that was there. So, you know, the stories are there, unfortunately, the trail is some of these places are very, very cold, like Lovelock cave. And of course, when you go there, it's all it's a control site, the two branches that, that were that, that used to be able to travel down into the cave happened. Sealed off by the bureau land-management. So you can't even go in there anymore to see their why did they do that? Why not keep the cave open and turned into museum? Don't they just shut the whole thing down? And we don't we can't research 'cause it's, you know, they'd use dynamite and blue thing up. We have time for another quick question, perhaps, we do pan in Minneapolis. Let's squeeze you in Pat, go ahead. The group of ancient aliens, that colonized ancient Greece. They angel aliens that Zeus was kind of like a either a playboy or Harvey Weinstein. I'm not sure which and he reproduced with him and women, although Aphrodite either hot chick female of the group when she hang out with.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Well, I was on the show. We talking to Michael George may remember free and Michael Kelly about each things as well. But my theory that allow Bill this being joy, and if king, the touchy was a gigantic form, and he's four sons here where basically resposible most of the tribes, a Long Island. Yeah. When we ever Jonah God here, his me county of these people that they were actually a goal and that they were larger in size and, you know, that's Verizon. All we can't get over here. So I believe that, you know, I mean change that some of these stories of maybe the giants on the east coast. East tribes here have some more. Benevolent aspects to them, at least they're all people or whatever, but, and I also week, adding New Mexico and, you know, I believe that the job is against people love LA cave. It was just so that the native people stayed often other try because most tribal names are big Giardi, native other tribes, as my research shows anyway. But the people like Alina canyon that gum Frankie hit me research, people that whole Hoke bad weather, real dug up with that dollar cephlon stalls. They were wall, you all gated stalls, Dan. And broccoli shoplift stalls which were, you know, cranial deformation type, but I believe the people like Lena Hove and we I love LA que because the blockade museum they I say that nice euthanasia on. They say that they were of more robust shies, which is usually day giant size. So, and but, you know, by believe that these people were of giant size, but I believe they called them tool eaters, which was flowering plant, yet, it doesn't sound too ferocious to by you know, I think many of these, did you already, they said they can't just seems that Indian triset about each show and, you know, he's so many Recanati the same things against each other other ways. So at mean you know they could be I don't know. But I know that from my oh, we search some of these large giants are or any of them are hybrids or whatever were so. What big Nevelink tribal people on this side of the clutch anyway? So. What my we show and you know, we have the. From if bell narration exhibition in Florida. Let's get always take this go ahead. Trying to get in there. I would I would love to talk to you about this. Shoot me an Email LA LA Marzilli dot net, but I've been Lovelock cave. And, and I've, I've been the museum and, and got to the back room and we actually have a photograph from M K Davis taken forty years ago, which you can't see about skull anymore, but we're actually analyzing that photograph to see just how big it is in the process of doing that. The pie legend says that they were giants that they were cannibalistic that they would come into the pie camp. This is all Sarah, Marcus stuff. But I also talked to pilot elders at the of at the reservation that were there and they, they basically the same thing that they were cannibalistic. They come in. They would raid, the, the tribes domiciles take the kids lay in wait for them. And so one day, try just got together and take them into the Lovelock cave and the rest of history. I actually had a book from nineteen twenties that was done from the archaeologists that was there and show pictures. He. There after a lot of the stuff at arbitrary away there, also reports and the dry lake bed in front of that, that several years sometime in the late nineteenth century the twentieth century. There was like a twelve footer that was taken out of a lake pick up the sound there. So, you know this the stories are there. Unfortunately, the trail, some of these places are very, very cold like Lovelock cave. And of course, when you go there, it's all it's a control site, the two branches that, that were that, that used to be able to travel down into the cave happened. Sealed off by the bureau land-management. So you can't even go in there anymore to see their why did they do that? Why not keep the cave open and turn a new museum? Don't they just ship the whole thing down? And we don't we can't do research 'cause it's you know, they'd use dynamite and blue thing up. We have time for another quick question, perhaps, we do pan in Minneapolis. Let squeeze you in, Pat. Go ahead. Ancient aliens that colonized ancient Greece. They angel aliens that Zeus was kind of like a either.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

15:46 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back our final segment with LA Marzilli as we talk about on the trail of the Netflix mathematical mysteries of the mound builders. How big do you think these giants might have been LA? Well, we know from Catalina that there was just basically under nine feet. That's just one of the report from other other mouths other places anywhere from nine to twelve feet tall. Even does even accounts Steve Quayle talked about this stuff over twenty feet, which is hard to really grasp. It's hard to believe that something was walking around twenty feet tall yet. There are accounts, people have found femurs you know, some pretty big guys. Yeah. They sure are back to the calls Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey, Joseph, go ahead. Hey, Joe is concede the horoscope for the day, you know, little. Okay. But a couple of questions I would be if you look at your e Geller, you know, he can bend, you know, objects. Uh-huh. Touching them. I'm wondering if that gift was more advanced, and ancient times where the stones of my shoe peach, you or the pyramid where people might have had that ability just to move gigantic stones and put them in place. We'll call them you know like an advance you'll regular and my second question would be relating the to the pre-flood, if you look at the pre flood on the bible, I think it talks about the people on south had Yvonne tensions, like every single one of them. And every single thing they would doing so I don't know if they were corrupted but enough lamb or they were corrupt in another south was the Indians. I think might have interacted on intentionally or peripherally. What these people, and it was more than coming to them. And I'm also wondering about the locate. Nation of these now swore their adjacent, pathways, riverbanks or rivers or were they in such remote locations that you would wonder, like how did they even get to these locations in that period of time frame, whatever? Well, a lot of questions there, the, the rivers are the freeway system, the ancient world, and you'll find like a hokey right next to the Mississippi, right next to the Mississippi. So these the waterways where that were the freeways of the ancient world, and many of the size are located waterways. But then you have other sites like Miami's Burke, although it's close to it's very, very high elevation. So what's it doing there? Same thing before ancient there's, there's waterways close to it, but for action is like three point five miles of continuous walls earth. And while the we believe that the gates that were in there, actually sixty six say fifty seven we say, we say. Sixty six for, for obvious reasons. So you know that that's the first question that would the answer. I gather he's working in my opinion. He's working with the familiar spirit. Remember when Moses shows up and Aaron shows up, there's a full Cole paradigm. That's global at this point and the nation of this. I'm actually writing about this now, which is why it's so close to you know in my head. But when Moses Moses staff it give it to throws. You know, the ten commandments definitely the whole thing throws the staff and it becomes the serpent. Well, the magician who are in Pharaoh's court look at that big deal they throw down their staff, and there's servants. Well, you know, if we saw something like that, in journal, we'd be screaming running out of the room, no one, that's an eyelash this is this is standard fare. My point being is that the, the occult they co paradigm, allusive ferry paradigm was in full blown operation at the time when Moses an air show up this is this is the goal will paradigm. So when you talk about your Geller, he's working with what I would call their spirit in my opinion. He's, he's got a familiar that's enabling into giving certain tower to do this just like the shamans who are alive today. The mine L whatever you wanna call them. They gain power and I spoke to an elder. A native American people elder. And he told me he was he was going to become a shaman and order to do that. You have to kill a family member now. That's his particular try that. That's how you begets. How you get the power. That's how you kill a family member. So again, there's always blood that sacrifices this. This stuff is, is very intense the the, the stones in sock. Salema lachey pizza, those stones. This is technology that we, we have no idea who ever built them took a technology with them when they left, I believe things were levitated. But how did they cut the stones did? They have some laser type thing. I mean, you, you would have to draw this thing out on the computer and obviously, they had they had systems like this. They were able to do. They were able to do it. So just the fact that you look at it. You say yourself. Wow. You know what machine did this? We don't know. Good point. All right. Let's take a few more calls here. Sharon in crane. Missouri is with us. Hi, sharon. In nineteen thirty four here in Missouri. There was gentleman that bought a piece of property to build a home on, and there was a mound on the property, and it was marked by three to five oak trees, that had been printed on top of it. They opened up the mound, and what they found inside was a giant skeleton and four others that were more normal size. They found some artifacts and the mound had been covered with flat stones, and then covered with earth, and then the trees planted on top. And I'd like to know if E his ever heard of anything like that. Good question. LA what you're describing is, is not as is standard fare. That's what they would do is far as the oak trees being planted. They weren't planet that they just grew naturally, which gives you just how old this thing is four or five hundred years old. The oaks raise the mound goes back way forever than that. Yes, they would use stones. We've seen that before audit rations of I had books in my library that was created this before the fire. I lament their loss. But yes, this is this is what they would do. The giants would be buried. Sometimes they would be sacrificial, people buried with them that were killed ritualistically. There's a site in Minnesota, which we can't dig why could take you right there? We believe there's nine footers, they're but because it's under the tribal, jurisdiction, the tribal lettuce, lettuce day. All we wanna do uncover uncover DNA photograph label everything that recover. It's all you wanna do. Let's do it. And it it's a shame. They will let us do it because it would show the validity of first nations. People narrative that giants were Milan, six red-headed cannibalistic giants, we think that's what this thing is on this one person's property and Minnesota. All right. Hey, thanks for that next up. We have whose turn is, it's Dave in Long Island, New York, David, go ahead, sir. Good evening. Been a big fan of yours. I've heard you on this show many, many times research myself, and I specialize in D still walls of New York and New England job, you know, my own cheery about though, saying that they were constructed by lodge combinations, came some research for Mont on now, Ephron, where are also dully many domain. They mysterious megalithic instructions and might my own hypotheses the now builders digging just disappeared. But sorta like what the other lily sort of proposing that called in a couple of calls ago about, they probably were simulated ancient in native American culture because and some of them actually have been benevolent because we have our all week had story here island. For example, of the Montauk tribe, where king muggy. Tuck she who is she. Figure of gigantic form, who say the protector of his people, and he designed these canals here on Long Island here show by John Jentzsch research is well on the show. We talking Michael cream. Oh, George may remember well, and Michael Kelly gera- about each things as well. But my own theories about how Bill this being absorbed into king, the toki was gigantic form. And he's four sons here. Where basically resposible most tribes, a Long Island. Yeah. When we ever Donald God here, his county of these people that they were actually irritable, and that they were larger in size and, you know, that's like Verizon we can't get over here. So I believe that, you know, I mean change that some of these stories of maybe Joyce, on the east coast eastern tribes here have more benevolent. Aspects to them. At least they're all people or whatever, but, and I also week, adding New Mexico and, you know, I believe that the the. Against the people that love LA cave. It was just so that the native people stayed often try because most tribal names are Giardi names of other tribes as my research shows anyway, but the people galena canyon that gum, frankly hippie research, if people at whole that. Weather real dug up with that dollar cephlon stalls. They were all you, log gated stalls at Arizona and broccoli stalls, which were, you know, cranial deformation type, but I believe, to people like Lena Hove, and we, they love LA que, because the well KBC stays got nice euthanasia for on. They say that they were of more robust shies, which is usually for daily giant size. So, and but, you know, by believe that east people were of giant size, but I believe they called them tool. Eat as which was a flowering plant yet. It doesn't sound too ferocious to me. Ito. I think many of these majority should be said they can't just seems that Indian tribe shit about each other, and, you know, he's so many we can't even the same things against each other other ways. So at mean you know, it could be I don't know, but I know that from my oh, we search some of these logs giants are definitely a descendant of them are hybrids or whatever were somewhat benevolent tribal people on this side. She anyway. So. What my show and you know, we have the. From the failed narration expedition. Let's take this. Go ahead. Trying to get in there. I would love to talk to you about this chew Meany male LA, LA, Marzilli dot net, but I've been Lovelock cave and, and I've, I've been the museum and got to the back room. And we actually have a photograph from M K Davis taken forty years ago, which you can't see about skull anymore, but we're actually analyzing that photograph. The see just how big it is. We're in the process of doing that. The pilot legend says that they were giants that they were cannibalistic that they would come into the pie camp. And this is all Sarah winner, Marcus stuff. But I also talked the pilot elders at the of at the reservation that were there and they, they basically the same thing that they were cannibalistic. They come in. They would raid rate, the, the tribes domiciles take the kids lay in wait for them. And so one day they tried to Scott together and chased him into the Lovelock cave and the rest of history. I actually had a book from nineteen twenties that was done from the archaeologist that was there and show pictures. He got. There after a lot of the stuff at been traded away. There also reports in the dry lake bed in front of that, that several years sometime in the late nineteenth century the twentieth century. There was like a twelve footer that was taken out of a lake pick up a sound there. So, you know this the stories are there. Unfortunately, the trail in some of these places are very, very cold like Lovelock cave. And of course, when you go there, it's all it's a control site, the two branches that, that were that, that used to be able to travel down into the cave happened. Sealed off by the bureau land-management. So you can't even go in there anymore to see what their why did they do that? Why not keep the cave open and turned into a museum? Don't they just ship the whole thing down? And we don't we can't do research because it's you know they'd use dynamite and blue thing up. Do we have time for another quick question, perhaps, we do pan in Minneapolis? Let squeeze you in, Pat. Go ahead in the group of ancient aliens, that colonized ancient Greece. They angel aliens that Zeus was kind of like a either a playboy or a Harvey Weinstein. I'm not sure which and he reproduced with human women, although, Aphrodite either hot, chick female of the group when she hung out with Adana. They did not reproduce. That's consistent with the bible that the males reproducing with human females. The men of renown in the bible, Annapolis was a celebrity even now is still celebrity Hercules, but he had horrible result that we don't show it our movies and stuff. He was also defective. He killed his wife and children, or both kinda like those stories in the newspapers where these men kill their whole family or they kill their wife or whatever then they commit suicide and stuff like that LA where most of the time, that's, that's what you have to remember, is that Greek mythos in my opinion, reflects exactly what Genesis Vic says the pantheon of gods. In my opinion are the phone angels, which come down here and set themselves up to worship and you know what and their deeds speak loud and clear who they serve indeed indeed LA. Give out your websites again in where people can get your material really appreciated towards thanks for having me on LA marginally dot net. WWW dot. L. A marzilli. Done yet. We've got a coast-to-coast special upper forty eight hours. Get episode one and two in a bonus DVD. So check it out, folks. All right. Great LA. Keep in touch with us, my friend. I certainly will have me on George really appreciate it. Okay. 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"bureau land management" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

14:23 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And welcome back our final segment with LA Marzilli as we talk about on the trail of the Netflix mathematical mysteries of the mound builders. How big do you think these giants might have been LA? Well, we know from Catalina that there was just basically under nine feet. That's just one of them. But we have reports from other other mouths other places anywhere from nine to twelve feet tall. There's even there's even a counts. Steve quells talk about this stuff over twenty feet, which is hard to really grasp. It's hard to believe that something was walking around twenty feet tall yet. There are accounts that people have found femurs you know, some pretty big guys. Yeah. They sure are back to the calls Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey, Joseph, go ahead. Is concede the horoscope for the day, you know, little. But I have a couple of questions, I would if you look at your e Galar, you know, he can bend, you know, objects. Uh-huh. Without touching them. I'm wondering if that gift was more advanced, and ancient times where the stones of my shoe peach, Hugh, or the pyramid where people might have had that ability just to move gigantic stones and put them in place. We'll call them, you know, like an advance Yuri Galar. And my second question would be relating the and Ian to the pre-flood, if you look at the pre flood on the bible, I think it talks about the people on south had Yvonne tensions, like every single one of them. And every single thing they would doing, so I don't know if they were corrupted by the NEF lamb or they were corrupt in another south was the Indians. I think might have interacted on intentionally or peripherally. What these people, and it was more than coming to them. And I'm also wondering about the locate. Nation of these now, wore their adjacent, pathways, riverbanks, or rivers or were they in such remote locations that you would wonder, like how did they even get to these locations in that period of time frame, or whatever? Well, a lot of questions there, the, the rivers are the freeway system for the ancient world. And you'll find like a hokey right next to the Mississippi, right next to the Mississippi. So the, the waterways where that were the freeways of the ancient world, and many of the size are located on your waterways. But then you have other sites like Miami's Burke, although it's coaster away. It's very, very high elevation. So what's it doing there? Same thing before ancient there's, there's waterways close to it, but for ancient, it's like three point five miles of continuous walls earth. And while than we believe that the gates that were in there, actually, sixty six say, sixty seven we say, we say, sixty six for, for obvious reasons, so, you know that that's the first question that would be answered as far as your Geller. He's working in my opinion. He's working with the familiar spirit. Remember when Moses shows up and Aaron shows up, there's a full coal paradigm. That's. Global at this point and the 'lustration of this. I'm actually writing about this now, which is why it's so close to, you know, in my head, but when Moses Moses the staff it give it to Aaron Herranz rose, we've all seen, you know, that's the tank amendments definitely the whole thing throws the staff and it becomes serpent. Well, the magicians who are in Pharaoh's court, look at that. Well, that's no big deal. They throw down their staff and there's become servants. Well, you know, if we saw something like that, in Dern, we'd be screaming running out of the room, no one, that's an eyelash this is this is standard fare. My point being is that the, the occult they occult paradigm, allusive ferry paradigm was in full blown operation at the time when Moses an era of show up this is this is the goal paradigm. So when you talk about your Geller, he's working with what I would call spirit in my opinion. He's, he's got a familiar that's enabling into giving. Him certain power to do this just like the shamans who are alive today? The my L whatever you wanna call them. They gain power and I spoke to an elder, a native American people elder. And he told me he was he was going to become a common and to do that. You have to kill the family member now. That's his particular tried that. That's how you that's how you get the power. That's how you got the power. You kill a family member. So again, there's only a blood that sacrifices this. This stuff is, is very intense the the, the stones in sock. Salema lachey pizza, those don't this is technology that we, we have no idea who ever built them took a technology with them. When they left, I believe things were levitated. But how did they cut the stones, did they have some sort of laser type thing? I mean, you, you would have to draw this thing out on a computer and obviously, they had they had systems like this. They were able to do. They. Able to do it. So just the fact that you look at it. You say yourself. Wow. You know what machine did this? We don't know good point. All right. Let's take a few more calls here. Sharon in crane. Missouri is with us. Hi, sharon. In nineteen thirty four here in jury. There was gentleman bought the piece of property to build a home run. And there was a mound on the property, and it was marked by three to five oak trees, that had been printed on top of it. They opened up the mound, and what they found inside was a giant skeleton and four others that were more normal size. They found some artifacts and the mount had been covered with flat, stones. And then covered with earth. And then the crease plenty gone top. And I'd like to know if E has ever heard of anything like that. Good question. LA what you're describing is, is not as is standard fare. That's what they would do as far as the oak trees being planted. They weren't planet. They just grew naturally, which gives you an idea just how old this thing is four or five hundred years old. The oak trees, the amount goes back way forever that, yes, they would use stones. We've seen that before audit 'lustration I had books in my library that was created this before the fire. I lament their loss. But yes, this is this is what they would do. The giants could be buried. Sometimes they would be sacrificial, people buried with them that were killed ritualistically. There's a site in Minnesota, which we can't dig, I could take you right there. We believe there's nine floors there, but because, it's, it's under the travel jurisdiction, the tribal lettuce, lettuce day. All we wanna do uncover uncover DNA photograph label everything and then recover, it's all. You want. Wanna do they won't let us do it, and it's it's a shame. They will let us do it because it would show the validity of first nations. People narrative that giants were Milan, six red-headed cannibalistic giants, we think that's what this thing is on this one person's property, Minnesota. All right. Hey, thanks for that next up. We have whose turn is it. It's Dave in Long Island. New York David go ahead, sir. Good says. A big fan of yours. I've heard you on this show Nannu any times research myself, and I specialize in D still walls of New York in New England. Job. You know, my own Sierra about those things that they were constructed by lodge, Hamad's. I have some research up in Vermont, on now Ephron where there are also dully many domain they mysterious megalithic Schwab teams and my, my own hypotheses, the now builders that they didn't just disappear. But sort of like, what the other gal was sort of proposing that called in a couple of calls ago about, they probably a simulated, anchored in native American culture because and some of them actually nave being benevolent because we have all week Howdy story here island. For example of the Montauk tribe, led this muggy Tuksy, who is the figure of gigantic form who put meal protector of his people, and he joined these canals here all Long Island. Here show by John Jansher research, as well. I was on the show. We talking Michael, George may remember Mike and Michael challenger about each thing as well. But my theory that allow Bill this being joy in king. The Turkey was a gigantic form and his four sons here, where basically resposible most of the tribes, a Long Island. Yeah. When we ever saw God, here, he's me county of these people that they were actually irritable, and that they were logged or incised. And you know that's what Verizon all we can't get over here. So I believe that, you know, I mean it seems that some of these stories of maybe Joyce on the east coast northeast tribes here, have some more benevolent aspects to them. At least they're all people or whatever, but, and I also week, adding New Mexico and, you know, I believe that the the. Pajamas against the people that love LA cave. It was just so that the native people stayed often other try because most tribal names are majority native other tribes, you know, as my research shows anyway. But the people to canyon that gum, frankly, hit me research, people at whole Hoke bad. Weather real dug up with that dollar cephlon stalls. They were wall. You log gated stalls at Arizona and broccoli stalls, which were, you know, cranial deformation type, but I'm willing to people like Lena Hove, and we they love K, because the web blockade museum I say, nice euthanasia on. They say that they were of more robust shies, which is usually day giant size. So, and but, you know, by believe that these Stiebel or of giant size, but I believe they called them tool eaters, which is a flowering plant yet. It doesn't sound too ferocious to by you know, I think many of these did you already should be? They said they can just seems that Indian triset about each show and, you know, so many the same things against each other other ways. So at mean you know they could be I don't know. But I know that from my oh, we are some of the large giants are definitely are descended of them are hybrids, or whatever were somewhat benevolent tribal people on this side of the club. He anyway. So. What my own show and you know, we have the. From the failed narration expedition day ever Florida. Let's take this. Go ahead lay trying to get in there. I would I would love to talk to you about this. Shoot me an Email LA LA Marley dot net, but I've been Lovelock cave, and, and I, I've been the museum and got to the back room and we actually have a photograph from M K Davis taken forty years ago, which you can't see about skull anymore, but we're actually analyzing that photograph to see just how big it is in the process of doing that. The pie legend says that they were giants that they were cannibalistic that they would come into the Pyo camp. This is all Sarah, Marcus stuff. But I also talked to pilot elders at the of at the reservation that were there and they basically the same thing that they were cannibalistic. They come in. They would raid rate, the, the tribes domiciles take the kids lay in wait for them. And so one day they just got together and chased him into the Lovelock cave and the rest is history. I actually had a book from nineteen twenties that was done from the archaeologists that was there and show picture. He got there after a lot of the stuff at arbitrary away there, also reports and the dry lake bed in front of that, that several years sometime in the late nineteenth century the twentieth century. There was like a twelve footer that was taken out of a lake bicker, with sound there. So, you know, the stories are there. Unfortunately, the trail, some of these places are very, very cold like Lovelock cave. And of course, when you go there, it's all it's a control site, the two branches that, that were that, that used to be able to travel down into the cave happened. Sealed off by the bureau land-management. So you can't even go in there anymore to see their why did they do that? Why not keep the cave open and turned into a museum? Don't they just shut the whole thing down? And we don't we can't do research because it's you know they'd use dynamite and blue thing up. We have time for another quick question, perhaps, we do Pat, in Minneapolis. Let squeeze you in, Pat. Go ahead. Ancient aliens that colonized ancient Greece. They angel aliens that Zeus was kind of like a either a playboy or Harvey Weinstein. I'm not sure which and he reproduced with him and women, although Aphrodite either hot chick female of the group when she hung out with.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

14:22 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Back our final segment with Ellie Marzilli as we talk about on the trail of the Netflix mathematical mysteries of the mound builders. How big do you think these giants might have been LA? Well, we know from Catalina that there was just, just basically under nine feet. That's just one of them. We have reports from other other mounds other places anywhere from nine to twelve feet tall. Even does even accounts. Steve quells talk about this stuff over twenty feet, which is hard to really grasp. It's hard to believe that something was walking around twenty feet tall yet. There are accounts that people have found femurs you know, some pretty big guys. Yeah. They sure are back to the calls Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey, Joseph, go ahead. Hey, is concede the horror skull for the day, you know, little? A couple of questions I would be if you look at your e Geller, you know, he can bend, you know, objects. Touching them. I'm wondering if that gift was more advanced, and ancient times, whether stones of chew peach, hue or the pyramid where people might have had that ability to move gigantic stones and put them in place for call them. You know, like an advance she'll regular and my second question would be relating the end Ian to the pre-flood, if you look at the pre flood on the bible, I think it talks about the people on south had Yvonne tensions, like every single one of them. And every single thing they were doing, so I don't know if they were corrupted by the Neth lamb or they were corrupt in another south was the endymion's. I think might have interacted on intentionally or peripherally. What these people, and it was more of them coming to them. And I'm also wondering about the locate. Of these. Jason pathways, riverbanks, or rivers or were they in such remote locations that you would wonder like how did they even get to these locations in that period of time frame, whatever? Well, a lot of questions there, the, the rivers are the freeway system for the ancient world. And you'll find like a hokey it right next to the Mississippi, right next to the Mississippi. So the, the waterways where that were the freeways of the ancient world, and many of the size are located near waterways. But then you have other sites like Miami's Burke, although it's coaster it's very, very high elevation. So what's it doing their same thing before there's there's there's waterways close to it? But for ancient is like three point five miles of continuous walls earth and more than we believe at the gates that were in there, actually, sixty six say, sixty seven we say, we say, sixty six for, for. Obvious reasons. So, you know that that's the first question that would be answered as far as Geller. He's working in my opinion. He's working with the familiar spirit. Remember when Moses shows up in Aaron shows up, does the full coal paradigm. That's global at this point, and the of this. I'm actually writing about this now. Which is why it's so close to you know in my head. But when Moses Moses Aaron Aaron throws, you know the the tank amendments. Definitely, the whole thing, speak throws the staff and it becomes the serpent. Well, the magicians who are in Pharaoh's court. Well, that's no big deal Throwdown. There's have become servants. Well, you know, if we saw something like that we'd be screaming running out of the room. No one. This is this is standard fare. My point being is that the, the occult they occult paradigm, allusive ferry imperative was in full blown operation at the time when Moses an era of show up this is this is the goal will paradigm. So when you talk about your Geller, he's working with what I would call familiar spirit in my opinion. He's, he's got a familiar that's enabling into and giving them certain tower to do just like the shamans who are alive today. The mine L whatever you wanna call them. They gain power and I spoke to an elder a native American, I people elder and he told me he was he was going to become shaman and do that. You have to kill a family member now. That's his particular try that. That's how you how you get the power. That's how you get the power. You kill family member. So again, there's only blood that sacrifices this. This stuff is, is very intense the, the, the stones in socks. Dilma Macci pizza, though, stones, this is technology that we, we have no idea who ever built them took a technology with them when they left believe things were levitated. But how did they cut the stones that they have some laser type thing? I mean, you, you would have to draw this thing out on a computer and obviously, they had they had systems like this. They were able to do. They were able to do it. So just the fact that you look at it. You say yourself. Wow. You know what machine did this? We don't know point. All right. Let's take a few more calls here. Sharon in crane. Missouri is with us. Hi, sharon. In nineteen thirty four here in Missouri. There was gentleman that piece of property to build a home run. And there was a mound on the property, and it was marked by three to five oak trees, that had been printed on top of it. They opened up the mound, and what they found inside was a giant skeleton and four others that were more normal size. They found some artifacts and the mound had been covered with flat, stones. And then covered with earth, and then the trees planted on top. And I'd like to know if Elliott has ever heard of anything like that. Good question. LA what you're describing is, is not as is standard fare. That's what they would do as far as the oak trees being planted. They weren't planning that they just grew naturally, which gives you an idea just how old this thing is four five hundred years old. With the oak trees, the mound goes back way for that. Yes, they would use stones. We've seen that before illustrations of I had books in my library. That was created this before the fire. I lament their loss. But yes, this is this is what they would do. The giants would be buried. Sometimes there would be sacrificial, people buried with them that were killed ritualistically. There's a site in Minnesota, which we can't dig why could take you right there? We believe there's nine floors there, but because, it's, it's under the travel jurisdiction, the tribal lettuce, lettuce day. All we wanna do uncover uncover DNA photograph label everything that recover. It's all. You wanna do. They won't let us do it. And it's, it's a shame that they will let us do it, because it would show the validity of first nations. People narrative that giants were Milan, six red-headed cannibalistic giants, we think that's what this thing is on this one person's property in Minnesota. All right. Hey, thanks for that next up. We have whose turn is, it's Dave in Long Island. New York David go ahead, sir. Good evening. Have been a big fan of yours. I've heard you on this show man. You any times research myself, and I specialize in D cell walls of New York in New England job. You know, my own theory about those things that they were constructed by lodge, Hamad's. I have some research up in for Mont on now Ephron, where they're also dull many domain. They mysterious megalithic instructions and might my own hypotheses, the now, build is that it didn't just disappear. But sorta like what the other gal Lewis sorted proposing that called in a couple of calls ago back. They probably a simulated, anchored in native American culture because and some of them actually nave being benevolent because we have all week, had really story here, Long Island. For example of the Montauk tribe lead this. Tuck see who is the figure of gigantic form, who. Protector of people, and he joined these canals here on Long Island here show by John Jenkins v searches. Well, I was on the show, we talking Michael cream. Oh, George may remember Mike and Michael gera- about these things as well. But my fear is that allow Bill this being joy in the toki was gigantic form and his four sons here where basically resposible, most tribes, a Long Island. And when we ever Donald God here, his me county of these people that they were actually a and that daler logger incised and you know, that's what Verizon all we can't get over here. So I believe that, you know, I mean it seems that Selby stories of maybe the giants on the east coast with big northeast tribes here have more benevolent aspects to them, at least to all people or. Whatever, and I also week, adding New Mexico, and, you know, I believe that the, the against the people that love LA cave. It was just so that the native people stayed off in they try because most tribal names are majority of other tribes as research shows anyway. But if people. That gum, Frank. She hit me research, get people at whole hope that. Weather real dug up with that dollar cephlon stalls. They were wall, you all gated stalls at Arizona and Bracco stalls, which were, you know, cranial deformation type, but I'm willing to people like Lena Hove, and we love K because the by KBC stays nice euphemism for on. They say that they were a more robust size, which is usually day giant. So, and but, you know, by believe that each people were of giant size, but I believe they called them tool. Eight as is a flowering plant yet, it doesn't sound too Roche's to me by Email. I think many of these already, and they said, we can't just seems that Indian try about each other, and, you know, so many Recanati things against each other other ways. So at mean you know it could be I don't know. But. I know that from Iowa research some of these large giants are definitely are descended of them are hybrids, or whatever were somewhat benevolent tribal people on this side, the clutch he anyway. So anyway. Anyway. What my own show and, you know, we have the from the failed narrows exhibition ever Florida. Let's take this. Go ahead. Trying to get in there. I would I would love to talk to you about this to mean Email LA, LA Marzilli dot net, but I've been Lovelock cave, and, and I, I've been the museum and, and got to the back room. And we actually have a photograph from M K Davis taken forty years ago, which you can't see about skull anymore, but we're actually analyzing that photograph, the see just how big it is in the process of doing that. The pilot legend says that they were giants that they were cannibalistic that they would come into the pie camp. This is all Sarah winner, Marcus stuff. But I also talked to pilot elders at the of at the reservation that were there and they, they basically the same thing that they were cannibalistic. They come in. They would raid rate, the that the tribes domiciles take the kids lay in wait for them. And so one day they just got together and taste him into the Lovelock cave and the rest of history. I actually had a book from nineteen twenties that was done from the archaeologist was there and show pictures. He. There after a lot of the stuff at aria been traded away, there, also reports and the dry lake bed in front of that, that several years sometime in the late nineteenth century the twentieth century. There was like a twelve footer that was taken out of a lake pickup of sound there. So, you know, the stories are there, unfortunately, the trail in some of these places are very, very cold, like Lovelock cave. And of course, when you go there, it's all it's a control site, the two branches that, that were that, that used to be able to travel down into the cave happened. Sealed off by the bureau land management. So you can't even go in there anymore to see their why did they do that? Why not keep the cave open and turned into museum? Don't they just shut the whole thing down? And we don't we can't do research because it's you know they'd use dynamite and blow thing up. Do we have time for another quick question, perhaps, we do pan in Minneapolis? Let's squeeze you in, Pat. Go ahead group of ancient aliens, that colonized ancient Greece. They angel aliens that is kind of like either a playboy or a highly Weinstein. I'm not sure which and he reproduced with him and women, although Aphrodite either hot chick female of the group when she with.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:49 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hunter dot org linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Let's go back to the Coles Dera, let's go to Wayne in Tacoma, Washington. Have we found you Wayne? No, I got lost in the user, George. I'm glad you're back. Thank you. Good morning. Thank you. So for taking my call Daryl, I'm interested in mostly in UFO's by solid evidence. And I look at the hard cases, you know, everybody talks about Roswell. And then the the case over in England, you know, in in rental over there. I'm wondering if there couldn't be a consortium of you have investigator getting together to to get a real comprehensive view of like the US Nimitz event because I know there were hundreds of military personnel that witnessed that or the harbour event. I love you. I love your thinking. I really admire that here's the problem. Some some not everybody some people in the community are more instant reputation than anything else. They want to be the boss. I'm not in that category. The category. I think you are in that is let's go after the evidence if you'll write me, go alien hundred Picco Nalen hundred and talk to me in detail. I'll send you to so people that got actual physical evidence. And these cases have been reviewed studied analyzed. And I mean, we've got extra for lice Tokes from. From objects expelled from your foes witnesses. And they the evidence is shows up. Not only in these two objects has leagues ample twenty years thirty years apart nearly thirty years a part of the same type material with witnesses in each case. But it also shows up another evidence reportedly in other parts of the world and you events, so I'll turn you onto some all kinds of interesting people with you oppose stuff, Dr Frank Kimber at Roswell. He's he teaches at the school there. He started finding some objects, and and I turned him onto some scientists. And now his stuff is it just taking up because it's extra in origin so much. So that in my opinion, in my opinion on the bureau land-management came last year while I was at a conference. Dulcie at the pack patchy reservation speaking, he called me scared half to death in Atlanta land management has called and they want me to bring in all you every bit of it and these demand in this don't you give thing anybody. Don't pull the MAC Brazelle on the year. Yeah. And long story short is an attorney was standing there with me. And he said, I'll have my practicing attorney friend call even meeting any did. And that that show stop on the spot when they found out there fixing the end up in federal court. That's an interesting case all by itself. Bill in Washington taken away Bill. Go ahead. Hey, George really picking up what you put down. I actually live in Washington. And it doesn't surprise me. You're getting a lot of calls from Washington state as Hugh. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's so many isolated people. But we still have you know, my daddy. We still have even in the most isolated area. We still have all modern conveniences, but anyway, I am a bit of szeswith laboratory earth theory. All right. And I had this question. Like, for instance, if you go back to when the oldest UFO sightings, a fly pens away in ancient Rome, Rome, Roman Greece, we're transitioning. Well, what the field commander? There was a guy named the coolest on the Roman side, and he served emperor. Name Soula will sue was known even during the time is very weird looking very violent guy enrollment society. And if you look at like bus of Soula, he was very strange. What? All right, and I have a feeling that. I have that. But when you talk about morality and aliens, it seems absurd to me because their morality in their ethics could be nothing similar to anybody born and raised here because we haven't found any any planet any extraterrestrial body, even close to the biosphere. So my question is it simply do you? Take you ask for volunteers give a DNA sample if you put that DNA sample in database, and also do you think your any hybrids here lack of a better word that are completely conscious of it and have some sort of Genda in modifying experiment? Both good questions. Go ahead. Darryl fantastic. I like this guy. I did not buy into the earth is an experiment is ceases by. I do respect your opinion. And I certainly will certainly opened anything I'll I'll look into all kinds of stuff. But in my opinion, the the entity daily knitted these both hear your questions here together, the evidence, we do have force traces found on duct east, and we we would love to get these analyze, but one doctor I talked to very reputable doctor said you're looking at fourteen thousand dollars per sample. I've got about twenty. But anyway, these could be being a is literally from the we also have what what I think? And I and I think I don't know it to be true because we haven't had analyze, but we have what we think is some scraping from the fingernail of a lady in. One of her abductors. We think we have skin sample of AM if that's true, we're going to have some a more definitive answers. But in my opinion, the alien the seven primary aliens that we see here that are reported in almost all of these objection nominal. They're seven varieties of them. I call them the the models. I don't call them racist than there. There's a reinforced for after doing it for fifty years I've come to some conclusions. And and I'm and I'm willing to amend those as evidence comes in, of course, but my conclusions based here these entities are the seven or models. The little small grail in has Nike of about eighty at the most. That's it. He he makes mistakes. You can't get your clothes on right in one case. He dropped two children often in from a little waiting pool into the neighbor swimming pool. Two children drowned out that was in Dallas, Texas. Jeez. My point is that they make you mistakes. Now, some of the other alien entities. They demand is being another the mornings on their cues in my opinion. Go up to round hundred eighty a remarkable. But my my thesis is that these beings are cloned hats made manufactured for the purpose of interaction with mankind. The real question all of -ly in my view, the big question is who made them. And so that's that's where I'm at concerning the hybrid. And so on. We do have several cases. I I did mention one of them to light of people who are here artificially inseminated. We are doing DNA testing on these the Bobby some of this stuff that expensive to get done. And I am griping here. But I'm saying I'm very limited in my my funding to do stop pay for this out of Mon pocket. No government comes in handy money or anything like that. No grant money for you know, sir. I and and I was actually offered some by are you ready for this? Yup. Wherever's entered the villa. Rica Clinton, really? God Roger Lear was there. And so Dr towel hand to God true story. She wanted to see wanted some answers to this dominant Vinci. Of course, they did they did request that I send with the lady. And I think I know who she is and been on the political seen the last several years, and it was her when she was much younger. I think at the same lady is the best. I remember very pretty lady and she came and requested bit my videos of on the implant surgery, the first ones I did publicly and also video that have called best evidence and those were sent by her. She took him to the White House. She came back later and mentioned to me that that the Clintons loved them. They they saw in the White House. That's her story. I don't I can't bear that. But concerning these so-called hybrid. I think some of these into these are here on. On the planet. I don't have definitive proof of that yet. I do have I think reasonable evidence that in fact, artificial insemination that have occurred. We have three of those cases that I can put my hand on. I think those are true. But I don't think that they're hybrids in that sense of the word. I have a case of I call it the worst taste of a implantations known. And this is a case where have sonograms of alien entity in the woman, it's not a human being. This was analyzing looked at by the finest fetal hospital in England by two of their finest doctors there and their response was oh my God. What in the world is alien grasshopper that thank you. Anyway. So I suspect the entities are here. We have a latest on yet. I've never told anybody this before, but I'll lay it on you. We have a case this this is going to sound. So all I'm just lose my credibility, or I don't know how true this is. But I do have photographs of the do people. In a Home Depot, they show up together to men they walk simultaneously. They look simultaneously. They do everything simultaneously. They never by saying. They're not still walkers. We've already been through all that believed. No one can ever they will not allow you to him or get near them. I mean, it just weird. They could be just normal people. That's possible. But it's a, but I'm looking at that. So yes, I'm looking for the so called hybrid. I've not found them yet. And I can't and will not make a blanket statement that just they're all out there. And I know I don't know that I suspect that yes, let's go to Nathan and Middletown Ohio. Hi, Nate, go ahead. I George Hw for taking my call. You're very welcome. All right. So. I personally identify somebody who would be considered at that ti-. But. I wonder what your life would be somebody who would like to come more publicly forward about their experiences might just be you Nathan. It is I figured that. My my best advice to you is two fold and I'll give overly developed right brain people tend to tell stories on one of guy came to me wrote me and said, I wanna know about my experiences. I said probably you wouldn't open that box is like Pandora's box. You'll never get it closed. And he's got a no. And I said, I don't have a problem with that. So did I I'm telling you, you're never gonna get it close. Don't think that you will you won't if it if you're a been surreal, and anyway, he said whether witnesses. Yes, eight my mother, I said, go talk to your mom and ask for the following questions. He did he called on the God. She said, of course, I knew about it, son. But they always brought you back. To do. Now. That's it. You open the box. Close if we wanna be public. God bless you in my opinion. I hope that you do. But I just want you to be aware that there's a price that you'll pay in some circles, you will heed the advice. Nathan we all forward. I think that the people who do.

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"bureau land management" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"bureau land management" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Here says the lens the Vanna just east of Williston has during the last two weeks in his still working. So I think there were questioning whether or not they have to shutdown in the in the cold, cold cold would savannah know something. The rest of us. Don't. Well, you know, it's a good point in savannah was right in the middle of a fracture. They might have decided to to marshal on and finish that up, but nobody is is out there hauling steel pipes out there, and and hammering them together to to start a new job. When the weather is is this cold just not safe to do. Now. You know, like I said if they were in the middle of a frac job, and they had their water all heated and the the pipes all hammered together. And and the crane out there, they they might have marshaled on and and finish that job best case scenario, it'll take them twice or three times as long. You know, running the wire line and doing all of that. But but there might be some incentive to do that. If you were right in the middle. The we're chatting before the break about for birth old and having increases in production and a benefiting from. Regulation that says they can they can decide themselves what they're flooring rates are going to be out. And obviously they're waiting for federal government approval for a gathering pipeline. So they're saying that's on you guys, and we're going to go and do it. How are the so the capture rates obviously down at birth? But how are they wide? Statewide capture rates were down just a little bit. But if you look at the non for old Bach, and we were at eighty one percent capture. And so and and on the lands on for birth old, which would be, you know, in the Newtown area and just salvia. Their Newtown partial capture was ninety three percent. So we're pretty happy with the way the negotiations are going with bureau land management. I think we're very close to having an agreement with them on how we're going to manage gas capture on federal lands outside of fort Berthel and the federal lands non-trust lands on fort Berthold, and that seems to be progressing, very very, well, the gas plants that are under construction are are making progress. And so we're going to actually have an excess of processing capacity by the end of this year. That won't last long with the expected production increases, but at least by the end of two thousand nineteen we'll have more processing capacity than than we have gas production. That'll be a great place to be. So we should be able to get to that. Eighty eight percent capture come the end of this year. And you know, there's obviously gas captured goals that are established by the industrial commission. And so watching that all the time, but progress is certainly being made when you hear numbers like you're talking about there, which is absolutely great here. Nobody likes nobody likes to just a matter of more gathering systems, more infrastructure and and being able to capture that. For birth. Will that's being held up by the federal government? But doesn't surprise me. And this agreement you talk about where the agreement is in place for the state to regulate on federal lands. Historic fantastic. Wendy, you see your first day on the job if you will on that regard. How far off is that? Well, I think we're about a month out we were targeting February one, but they were furloughed during the partial government shutdown. So we lost all those days, but we're we're targeting the first of March to have all that in place, and and be the first day on the job for managing those federal flaring. So that that'll be a great day, you know, a couple of topics we should talk about kind of on a nationwide basis. Maybe one of which Scott is that I think the folks in the upper midwest are are getting a wake up call today on just how critical fossil fuels are to our modern economy, and our modern life. You've got auto manufacturing plants shutting down. So that people can have enough natural gas to heat their homes in the area around Detroit, and Chicago, and you've actually got requests out all the way from Minnesota to Illinois and Ohio for people to turn their thermostats down to sixty. So that they'll have an adequate natural gas supply. You know, the things that we produce here from the balking and that are produced in along the rocky mountains in terms of fossil fuels are absolutely critical to people's survival and into their economic wellbeing, and we we just need to really keep people focused on that. No kidding. Very good point. Lynn, always appreciate our time with you. And thanks for the update will continue to chat once a month. Take a look at these numbers answer any questions that come in for folks, appreciate that very much and salmon Walston just at the tail end here fracking tech, but unfortunately lot of time Sam. So if you want to hang on we'll chat with the off the.

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