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"great circle mound" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"great circle mound" Discussed on The First Degree

"For more than four decades, the brutal murders of two young women whose bodies were discovered strangled and brutalized in the hills near Stanford University less than a mile apart from one, another remained a total mystery. The man who killed them, John, get true managed to fly under the radar, maintaining the appearance of living a pretty normal life. Those. Who knew him describe a family man, a boy, Scout, leader, a loving father and grandfather. They had no idea that the man they thought they knew had been attacking sexually assaulting in murdering young women since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty three. The consequences and stigma of committing such a heinous crime did not follow John Getcha when he returned to the United States, he was left free to his own devices and full advantage of his anonymity. Last week we took you through. Get Yours high school years on the base. We killed Margaret Williams Margaret's murder haunted our first degree barbara in two thousand seventeen. She was shocked to hear his name in the news yet again, because over the years, Barbara never forgot about Margaret and never forgot about John. Get true, and that's because a number of her friends and her and her sister, and then her sister-in-law. Who is your best friend on the base? They kept in touch in this story did not ever go away. It would come up here and there and they always wondered what happened to John. Get true. We. Had this story in common? And so you talk about it. You know whatever he's like. That came up and lead say. I wonder where he is, and I wonder this back then. We didn't have social media. We didn't have Internet nothing so all we did talk about it and talk about how scary was and. I don't know then after a while. You know you move on, and you let it go, but every once in a while is something happened. And so get this my sister and I. We do like your shows. We like podcast like this. She's listening to one call case file, so she was listening to that as she fell asleep. That's what she saw. She Falls Asleep and she said she was just about asleep and she here's the name. Get through, and she sits up in bed and yells husband up. Wake up! This is about. John Route because he was over there, too. And it's about a girl who was killed in Stanford and in the last fifteen minutes he talks about gets very short I started googling and found that Palo. Alto article that told a lot, and I just went some I started reading tonight. No all about funding and you've learned about their personalities and whatnot. And as soon as she said that. I said. Didn't you always think he'd be a serial killer? Will we kind of laughed it? which is not appropriate, but she goes yes. Of course could be of course he could be a serial killer. And there's no doubt that John True is a serial killer, but to what degree to answer that we need to go back to the beginning. Today's case takes us back to August twenty sixth of nineteen forty four, and this is the day the mark, the birth of John Arthur get through the movie. Playing in the theaters was marriage is a private affair starring Lana Turner James Craig and as far as songs topping the Charts Bing crosby swing on a star was the song everyone was listening to. Now. There's no one setting for today's case. But we'll start essentially where the villain began and that's Newark Ohio. Which is a city? Three miles east of Columbus, and Newark is the twentieth largest city in Ohio. It's not terribly big. And what is most known for our the Newark Earthworks Resnais major ancient complex built by the hopewell people. And remnants of this earthworks still exist today. During the late eighteen hundreds, and the early nineteen hundreds, the licking county fair took place inside the Great Circle Mound, which is one of the largest of the structures. And then the Ohio National. Guard utilize the octagon mound as a drill field. And it's here in Newark Ohio. The John Arthur Gatera. Was Born on August twenty, six, nineteen, forty, four. His Dad was Major Charles J, JETRO HIS MOM IRMA QUE get through! He had two siblings Danny and Marquette, he stayed in Newark until he was four in the get through. Family frequently returned Ohio visits between being stationed at basis around the world for most of John's Childhood and adolescence when God was. Was In grade school. We know that he was an Army Brat but an ongoing female notice throughout this episode is that it's incredibly difficult to try to piece together. Where people were.

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"great circle mound" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"great circle mound" Discussed on The First Degree

"For more than four decades, the brutal murders of two young women whose bodies were discovered strangled and brutalized in the hills near Stanford University, less than a mile apart from one, another remained a total mystery. The man who killed them John Get true managed to fly under the radar, maintaining the appearance of living a pretty normal life. Those who knew him describe a family man, a boy, Scout, leader, a loving father and grandfather. They had no idea that the man they thought they knew had been attacking sexually assaulting in murdering young women since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty three. The consequences and stigma of committing such a heinous crime did not follow John Getcha when he returned to the United States, he was left free to his own devices and full advantage of his anonymity. Last week we took you through. Get Yours high school years on the base. We killed Margaret Williams. Margaret's murder haunted our first degree barbara in two thousand seventeen. She was shocked to hear his name in the news yet again, because over the years Barbara never forgot about Margaret and never forgot about John Get true, and that's because a number of her friends and her and her sister, and then her sister-in-law, who is her best friend on the base? They kept in touch in this story did not ever go away. It would come up here and there, and they always wondered what happened to John Get true. We had this story in common. And so you talk about it. You know whatever he's like. That came up and lead say. I wonder where he is and I. Wonder this back then. We didn't have social media. We didn't have Internet nothing so all we did talk about it and talk about how scary was and. I don't know then after a while. You know you move on, and you let it go, but every once in a while is something happened. And so get this. My sister and I. We do like your shows. We like podcast like this. She's listening to one call case file, so she was listening to that as she fell asleep. That's what she saw. She Falls Asleep and she said she was just about asleep and she here's the name get through, and she sits up in bed and yells husband up. Wake Up. This is about John Route. Because he was over there, too. And it's about. A girl, who was killed, in Stanford, and in the last fifteen minutes he talks about gets very short I started googling and found that Palo Alto article that told a lot and I just went some I started reading tonight. Know all about funding, and you've learned about their personalities and whatnot. And as soon as she said that. I said. Didn't you always think he'd be? A serial killer will be kind of laughed it, which is not appropriate, but she goes yes. Of course could be. Of course, he could be a serial killer. And there's no doubt that John True is a serial killer, but to what degree to answer that we need to go back to the beginning. Today's case takes us back to August, twenty sixth of nineteen forty four, and this is the day the marked the birth of John Arthur get through the movie. Playing in the theaters was marriage is a private affair starring Lana Turner James Craig and as far as songs topping the charts bing. Crosby swing on a star was the song everyone was listening to. Now there's no one setting for today's case. But we'll start essentially where the villain began, and that's Newark Ohio. Which is a city? Three miles east of Columbus and Newark is the twentieth largest city in Ohio. It's not terribly big. And what is most known for our the Newark Earthworks Resnais major ancient complex built by the hopewell people. And remnants of this earthworks still exist today. During the late eighteen hundreds, and the early nineteen hundreds, the licking county fair took place inside the Great Circle Mound, which is one of the largest of the structures. And then the Ohio national, guard utilize the octagon mound as a drill field. And it's here in Newark Ohio. The John Arthur Gatera was born on August, twenty, six, nineteen, forty, four, his dad was Major Charles j jetro, his mom Irma get JETRO. He had two siblings Danny and Marquette he stayed in Newark until he was four in the get through. Family frequently returned Ohio visits between being stationed at basis around the world for most of John's Childhood and adolescence. When gone was. Was In grade school, we know that he was an Army Brat, but an ongoing female notice throughout this episode is that it's incredibly difficult to try to piece together where people were.

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"great circle mound" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"great circle mound" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast with LA Mars Zulia talking about his work on the trail of the Netflix mathematical mysteries of the mound builders with a series of three programmes Lynn. Do we have to watch them in chronological order? Or can you skip around? I can definitely skip around they're meant to be stand alone. But obviously if you start with one episode one time threes released and you get three you know, you've got the background and that's the whole point. But, you know you they're all standalone films. Absolutely. I'm familiar with the Cahokia mounds, which is on the other side of the Mississippi in Illinois across from Saint Louis. Twenty two hundred acres eighty miles at one time there was about one hundred twenty manmade Orthon miles. Here's the big question. No matter where the mounts may be. Where are the mound builders? Bingo, all banish they absolutely vanish into thin air. In fact, we've got we've got reports when the first white set. Settlers pressed into a high oh, and they came upon the great circle man in the Arctic I'm out which we really get into it episode too, because that's where the advanced mathematics are employed. I mean, it's, it's bizarre when you really start drilling into what those sites what's abetted in those sites. So the, the white settlers come across the first nation people, and they see the these huge amounts, and they go who built these and according to, you know, my research, they said, we don't know they were here when we got here when I find interesting is just like in Peru with sucks Salem on socks. Mine is the largest larger stones fifty eighty one hundred tonnes put together and either he's and stones quarried about forty miles away brought to the site and they are poly shape, and they are together, absolutely perfectly perfectly and the site is very hard and. Thousands of years ago, the Inca only got copper chisels you can't cut into site with copper, so he didn't do it. Bottom line is the Inca state on the record. We don't same thing. We don't know who built it was here. When we got here, we see this repeated. There's a pattern here, George, and I don't I don't understand exactly what I'm looking at. Trail out in the field, constantly doing research talking to people trying to find out, but it's like the people just vanish anthropologist, and archaeologist insists that in this, this is what they say, and I say this is all due respect. But they'll tell us that native Americans first nation people, those all these mouths, but then they simply forgot that they had done. So, which in my way of thinking is incredibly insulting because I nation people have oral tradition. And they hold onto that the nation. And that's passed down to one generation to exactly well, you know, and I would also say LA you know, if there were several areas of mound builders that, you know, we're gone, you'd say, well, okay, something happened. Plague some calamity crops fail. They left, but not all of them. They're all they're all gone. It's, it's, it's really a mystery. And that's why we're I mean it really is a mystery. And then you start throwing in some of the, the paleo Hebrew, the paleo Venetian that we've discovered just hit my head to a later episode American Stonehenge, and this is just a mind blower, and they've got providence for this. It's one thing that find an artifact or someone comes up with an artifact. What did you find as well? I don't know. I got it from some guy who said he found it in a cave somewhere. Okay. That's not providence. But when you when you haven't artifacts and you exactly where it came from. And you have I witnesses who signed that David stating it came. From this over here. That's or looking for America's Stonehenge. They're in such in fact, and it's a stone with writing on it, that when, when they uncovered this in one of America's don't in New Hampshire. No one knew it was no what it was. They knew it was like some kind of. Right, but no decipher ten years later professor, a linguist. Let's sing goes that looks like the nation and he starts doing some research and translates it and this is where it goes off the rails for me. I it says to all of the Canaanites. And that comes from the Middle East that you're does history of how many miles are there in North America. I have no idea terms of location. I have no idea. I never ten thousand alone, you know, high oh so you start looking at, at the just abundance a plethora of mouse that go from, you know, all the way up at by the Great Lakes, all the way down. And you kind of wonder it's like the people here to do this, and it's where where are the I get the whole crematoriums, and what they what they were doing and Bernadette on I get all that. And, and they did some of that. And they did some of that. Absolutely. But there's, there's just not enough people around here to do this. And when you start looking at you mentioned Cahokia largest male in America, and that, that probably has upwards of five hundred thousand tons of earth, which now we're looking at about two hundred and fifty miles of dump trucks and, and, and, and stacked up to fifty miles a dump shocks. And that's only one senior Cahokia. I mean when I was there and I talked to an archaeologist the reading. Archaeologist that was there. And I always try to try to hook up and just press against them to see what they know. Any told me. Yeah. Well, one of the things that we're still trying to figure out, how could they level forty five plaza within let's say two inches without a transit, how is that done? And that's one of the mysteries of hokey, which most people don't know a forty five acre plaza joys that's level within two inches. You'd be hard crafted feedback today with bulldozers and everything else. LA. What are some of the myths surrounding some of the bounds? I'm hearing stories of giant skeletons being discovered and things like that. What's are. Absolutely there are. And this is when this is just incredible because again and historical record you can go back. And, and when we press archaeologist, on this, they'll say, oh, well the paper just trying to sell papers newspaper just trying papers. Well, come on, now guys, I mean, all of these stories. These are stories and people would find eight nine ten twelve hundred and some of these the call. Sony estonia? We come in, they got them up, and they would never be my work on Catalina island. And you know this discovered something that was never supposed to happen. I was never supposed to find this photograph. But I did I found it fitting that three people analyze the photographs since then Catalina. Well, let me back up. Basically, we discovered a nine footer institute a photograph of five seven black and white. Gordon and standing in a recent actually bay to is this institute, and we had three guys look at this picture and after taint camera replacement where it was the height of route. Goodness, five lo and behold, it's a nine footer this is all of the book of Lima. We saw some of the in the mountains films as well. We show the so that research because it's really important when Richard shot, I went back to, to look at the museum and just kinda follow up on it six months after the book had been published. They had the photograph up on the wall, but they crop the giant out of it. So we there and that one absolutely viral, that was viral all over the net since then they have a new museum Catalina and they show the picture they bloated up. And the giant is still there, but they don't say anything about, they don't say that you're looking at a, a knife water and look at the. Nominally. So all this is there a matter of record. We cover up here. I'm sorry. What is your cover up going on? Absolutely the cover of going on because it goes against William paradigm. We are looking at we are looking and look grand cock writes about before the, you know, the are about talked about it on their show. You Newman talks about in fact, Jim in Hugh, come in, in, in mathematical mysteries of the mound. They way in in the film. They're actually part of it, which is just spent out, it was to have them in the film. They have slightly different paradigm than I do. But we all agree on something that is they were giants here, George. I mean, did they were here and this is being obvious gated and held back from the American people? Maybe that's why the miles are so big because they were made by giants. That's what we think. We're, we're, we're looking at. We're looking at supernatural means that were employed here. We're not sure how it worked. But just like socks amount in Peru. Whoever did this took the tools. With them, the advanced mathematics that we see in these nouns are just staggering advanced trigonometry. There's, there's a math professor. Mathematics, the ice comes on the record and she's looking at the lighter maps of the, the octagon circle now dark Ohio, and she's looking at them, and she and she's going, you know, she says us on, on camera that, if to do this union, computer drafting board, you get some data dry out. And if it's one thing you know, it's a small George. I stood her net thing. And when you when you're there, and the big on what you're looking at big this thing is you could fit the base of the great pyramid, Egypt inside the octagon norcal. That's how huge it is. It is just and when you're there, you know, you're looking at some kind of shape but for life, you don't know what it is. It's only drone eight hundred feet up above the octagon. That's when we discovered that. Oh my gosh. Look at these sides and they're perfect. Absolutely perfect. And it's a complex octagon. So it it becomes even more. More mysterious because in order to do this. You gotta check your work. Well, you can't check your work unless you're, you know, at least a hundred feet up or a couple of heart feet up. So how is that possible in the ancient world, what is triggering? And what is your gut? Tell you LA in terms of what they were made for. Are they landing points? They marking points. What are they these are gateways, there's no doubt about if in fact what and, and the and the new film takes a supernatural voices something we drill into the mine elders coming up to service now and he's ever sites. And they do that because they know that they're gateways keep Joseph everyone again, makes us strong connection that these are gateways, and they gateways the man that you and we know that humans sacrifice was practice. At some of these types, we know that for a fact, they have found altars at the great circle mounds, the evidence of shamans evidence of cremation all all this. We know that, that the minds at the same thing that the same thing teacher needs a again. The serpent it's always the serpent hippie thousand people ritualised ikley slaughter alters America's down hand, huge altar there. We know that we believe anyway, that also was official alter. There's a place. For the blood could be collected. These are gateway, they are portals. They are gateways that allow these entities to interface with this reality, and that might sound strange. But that's the whole point of, of episodes three and what we discovered there was just incredible. We actually had we had the paranormal group with us, and I and I don't want my ammo. That's a later show. You know, in, in not, too, hopefully, but what, what they were uncovering, and I had no idea what gadgets were, but they were uncovering stuff. We actually had any encounters lobby there, but we talked to a to a pastor who was stationed in Newark, Ohio, and he talks about coming in to this home and, again, this episode three anyway, myself here, coming along, and the tables levitating off the phone, these. That honey. Explain that crazy stuff..

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"great circle mound" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"great circle mound" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Coast with LA Marzilli talking about his work on the trail of the Netflix mathematical mysteries of the mound builders with a series of three programmes Lynn. Do we have to watch them in chronological order? Or can you skip around? You can definitely skip around they're meant to be stand alone. But obviously if you start with one episode one time threes released and you get three you know, you've got the background and that's the whole point. But, you know you they're all standalone films. Absolutely. I'm familiar with the Cahokia miles, which is on the other side of the Mississippi in Illinois across from Saint Louis. Twenty two hundred acres eighty miles at one time there was about one hundred twenty manmade Orthon miles. Here's the big question. No matter where the mounts may be. Where are the mound builders? Bingo, all banish they absolutely vanish into thin air facts, you know, we've got we've got reports when the first whites. Settlers pressed into a high oh, and they came upon the great circle man in the Arctic on which we really get into it episode too, because that's where the events the Matic's are employed. I mean, it's, it's bizarre when you really start drilling into what those sites what the betted in those sites. So the, the white settlers come across the first nation people, and they see these, these huge amounts, I think we're who built these and according to, you know, my research they said, we don't know if there were here when we got here, and what I find interesting is just like in Peru with sucks months. Socks is the largest larger stones fifty eight hundred tonnes put together and either either and decide stones quarried about forty miles away brought to the site, and they are probably gonna Lynch shape, and they are together. Absolutely perfectly perfectly and the site is very hard and. And thousands of years ago. The Inca only copper chisels you can't cut into the site with copper, so they didn't do it. Bottom line is the Inca state on the record. We don't same thing. We don't know who built it was here. When we got here, we see this repeated. There's a pattern here, George, and I don't I don't understand exactly what I'm looking at. On the trail out in the field, constantly doing research talking to people trying to find out, but it's like the people just vanish anthropologist and archaeologist cysts that this, this is what they say. And I say this all respect, but they'll tell us that native Americans I should people don't all these mouths, but then they just simply forgot that they had done. So, which in my way of thinking is incredibly insulting because first nation people have oral tradition, and they hold onto that two nations. And that's passed down one generation to the next, you know, and I would also say, you know, if there were several areas of mound builders that, you know, were gone, you'd say, well, you know, okay, something happened a plague some calamity crops failed they left, but not all of them. They're all they're all going. It's, it's, it's really a mystery and that's why we're too. I mean is a mystery? And then you start throwing in. In some of the, the paleo Hebrew with the paleo Phoenician that we've discovered just hit my head to later episode American Stonehenge, and this is just a mind blower, and they've got providence for this. It's one thing to find artifacts or someone comes up with an artifact. What did you find as well? I don't know. I got it from some guy who said he felt it in a cave somewhere. Okay. That's not providence. But when you when you have an artifact and, you know exactly where it came from. And you have I witnesses who signed up, David stadi-, it came from this over here. That's what we're looking for America's Stonehenge there is such an artifact, and it's the stone with writing on it, that when, when they covered this in one of that America stone in New Hampshire, don't we knew it was knowing what it was. They knew it was looked like some kinda righty, decipher ten years, later professor, a linguist. Let's at the singing goes that looks like Venetian, and he starts doing some research and. Translate. And this is where it goes off the rails for me. I it says to ball of the Canaanites. And that comes from the Middle East, that does history of how many miles are there in North America. I have no idea locations. I have no idea. I never ten thousand alone. You know, Hieaux that you start looking at, at the just abundance a plethora of mouths that go from, you know, all the way up at by the Great Lakes, all the way down. And you kind of wonder it's like the people here to do this, and, and it's where where are the I get the whole crematoriums, and what they what they were doing and Bernadette dead on. I get all that. And, and they did some of that. Right. And they did some of that. Absolutely. But there's, there's just not enough people around here to do this. And when you start looking at you mentioned Cahokia, the largest male in America, and that, that probably has upwards of five hundred thousand tonnes of earth, which now we're looking at about two hundred and fifty miles of dump trucks and, and and, and stacked up to fifty miles a dump trucks, and that's only one feature Cahokia. I mean I when I was there and I talked to an archaeologist the resin. Archaeologist that was there. And I always try to do this, try to hook up and just press against them to see what they know. And he told me. Yeah. Well, one of the things that we're still trying to figure out, how could they level forty five acre plaza within, let's say two inches without a transit, how was that done? And that's one of the mysteries of Kochi, which most people don't know as a forty five acre plaza choice that's level within two inches. You'd be hard pressed to do that today with bulldozers and everything else, LA. What are some of the myths surrounding some of the bounds? I'm hearing stories of giant skeletons being discovered and things like that. What's that are absolutely there are? And this is when this is just incredible because again and historical records, you can go back. And, and, and when we press archaeologist on they'll say, oh well the paper for just trying to sell papers newspaper just trying papers. Well. Come on, now guys. I mean, all of these stories, even stories and people would find eight nine ten twelve foot or in some of these pounds they call the Sony votes. Stony come in. They got the month and they would never be my work on Catalina island. And you know this I mean, I discovered something that was never supposed to happen. I was never supposed to find this photograph. But I did I found it public sitting three people analyze the photograph since then Catalina. Well, let me back up, basically, we discover tonight, footer institute, a photograph of a little five seven black and white photograph showing. And standing in a recently excavated to in front of them is the skeleton institute, and we have three guys look at this picture and after ten camera placement where it was the height of route goodness. Lo and behold, it's a nine footer this is all of the book, I'm leaving. We saw some of this in the mount vols films as well. We show that research because it's really important when Richard, Sean, I went back to, to look at the museum and to kind kinda follow up on it, six months after the book have been published. They had the photograph up on the wall, but they crop the giant out of it. So we still there and that one absolutely viral, that was viral all over the net since then they have a new museum Catalina and they show the picture they bloated up. And the giant is still there, but they don't say anything about, they don't say that you're looking at a nine footer and look at the. Normally. So all this is there a matter of school record. We cover up here. I'm sorry. What is your cover up going on? Absolutely the cover of going on because it goes against the William paradigm. We are looking at. We are looking and look grand cock, writes about this America before the, you know, the talked about, on your show, you Newman talks about, in fact, Jim and Hugh, come in, in, in mathematical mysteries of the novel, they wait in, in the film. They're actually part of it, which is just that, that it was about to have them in the film. They have slightly different paradigm than I do. But we all agree on something that they were giants here, George. I mean they were here and this is being obvious gated and held back from the American people. Maybe that's why the miles are so big because they were made by giants. That's what we think. We're think we're looking at we're looking at supernatural means that were employed here. We're not sure how it worked. But just like socks you Amman and Peru, whoever did this took the tools. With them, the advanced mathematics that we see in these nouns are just staggering advanced trigonometry. There's, there's a math, but that's a professor of mathematics Dorothy ice comes on the record, and she's looking at the lighter maps of the, the octagon circle now dark Ohio, and she's looking at them, and she and she's going, you know, she says it's on on camera that, if to do this union, computer, drafting board, you need some try it out. And if it's one thing you know, it's a small I stood thing. And when you when you're there, the. What you're looking at. How big this thing is. You bet the base of the great pyramid of Egypt inside the octagon, norcal. That's how huge it is. It is just when you're there, you know, you're looking at some kind of shape but for life, you don't know what it is. It's only food drone eight hundred feet up above the octagon. That's when we discovered that. Oh my gosh. Look at these sites. And they're perfect. Absolutely perfect. And it's a complex octagon. So it, it, it becomes even more mysterious because in order to do this, you got to check your work. Well, you can't check your work unless you're, you know, at least a hundred feet up or a couple of heart seat up. So how is that possible in the ancient world, what is picking up? And what does your gut tell you LA in terms of what they were made for are they landing points? They marking points. What are they these are gateways there? There's no doubt about if in fact, what? And in the, in the new film secrecy? Supernatural voices on the other side, we drill into the mine elders coming up to service now and he's ever sites, and they do that, because they know that their gateways chief Joseph ever, again, makes us strong connection that these art gateways and they gateways demand that human sacrifice, and we know that humans sacrifice was practice at some of these sites. Don't I for a fact, they have found altars at the great circle mound evidence of shamans evidence of cremation all all this. We know that, that the mind is that the same thing, the same thing teeth Anita. Again, the serpent, it's always the serpent hippie thousand people ritualistically, slaughtered, alters, America's Stonehenge huge altar there. We know that we believe anyway at that alter the sacrificial, altar. There's a place for the blood to be collected. These are gateway, they are portals. They are gateways that allow these entities to interface with this reality and. That might sound strange. But that's the whole point of, of episode three and what we discovered there was just incredible. We actually had, we had the door power group with us. And I and I don't want I hit my Amway, that's later show, you know, and, and not to disagree. Hopefully, but what, what they were uncovering, and I had no idea what these little gadgets were. But they were uncovering stuff. We actually had any encounters lobby was there. But we talked to a to a pastor who was stationed in Newark, Ohio, and he talks about coming in to this home and, again, this episode three way myself here. I mean loan, and the tables levitating off the phone, these that Honey, explain that crazy stuff. Well, that's the that's the whole idea, all sorts of crazy stuff going on with this. These are gateways these are portals to allow these ancient. Ones is the fallen into other dimensions other universes. What do you think I think that they are, in my opinion? These are return to the phone angels, the first nation. People call them the sky gods. The from the sky. But these these other foliage -als and they come with power and they come with all sorts of the ability to manipulate space time, matter, and energy. And eventually, we're gonna take this whole series on the trail Helene, and it's going to be starting to allude to that the same thing is happening in maternity. But the, the, the it's, it's changed in the beginning the whole phenomenon..

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"great circle mound" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

WTIC 1080 AM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"great circle mound" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast la marginally with us is latest work not fully him hybrid is that's the book what do you enjoyed the _d_b d's the hybrid ser ball absolutely both they're fun are thank at an absolute great research how do you start your research when you get into this well you know getting back to the the to this opened now yeah about these things and then yup of a mirror the area i admit could be in line to these places sometimes it's just like when i was a speaking at a competent nor go how this is years ago and run the my rust is are going on the phone until you know and you know we're going that that no routes where eagles we're going to work on all that well with a great circle mound i go yeah so what he goes he gets are struggling nice this google pretty their women that that full him and the and the ohio valley so i good there's the puck and my job and it's the good the poor so i'm not the corporate in oracle line on the court i made a beeline over to that i did without a where it and it is existed a number of years ago probably part five or six years ago completely unaware of it and there i am standing in this huge you know circle with it the largest and shit and i'm in north america with with and of course is a circle award away thousands an thousands of years old i was just recently there are aware of the circle mound the day after i was that the circuit now oh once again archeologists would have a believe that but with the databases which are peyton dirt we're gon the by did americans was birch brock basket and clammed channels they have no digging implement right is there's no iron there's nothing start and when you go to call get which is in your neck of the was in st louis the largest now in north america i actually i've been there since i have not been there and that some my bucket list i got to get to go well it's i happen to be in st louis at the time please.

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