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"jared murphy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Live from the city of angels this is coast to coast AM with George Noory we will take your calls next hour with Jared Murphy as we talk about his work it's not aliens wars it's us discovering our own lost history and of course as you well know we have a fence all around the country three selected so far this year there will be more Tom give us details of these three events well yes yes we're really excited for the first three live stage shows were announcing we call it radio to stage organ hit three cities Houston Texas at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth they will head over to Asheville North Carolina at the Diana Wortham theatre on Saturday August twenty ninth and then it Evert Washington at the stork every theater on Saturday September twenty sixth the shows are a ton of fun there's interviews live music with a live band they're very interactive we set up microphones people can talk to the guests on stage there's always a meet and greet after every show and in particular with the Houston show I'm looking forward to seeing my friend major ed dames that'll be great and by the way Houston is home to a course ZZ Top they've got an event in Midland that weekend that would have been great to have Billy pop in but you never know he may she never knew about that guy you really don't but for more information on all the shows and all the guests that are gonna be there you just head over to the coast to coast AM dot com website click more on the navigation bar in here events all the info is right there so far we'll be back with more in just a moment on coast to coast AM Jared Murphy with us as we talk about this amazing discovery of his I never heard about it engineered soil but what does it all mean taxis.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:11 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Dory with you Jared Murphy with us self experimenter a field researcher of ancient technologies lost history jerit is troubled the world searching for evidence of advanced ancestors in high technology his book is called it's not aliens worse it's us discovering our lost history Jared did you find the advanced ancestors out there I keep looking but you have to you could don't give up no one day you'll be successful I think I feel like we're all helping out there I think so too this is an amazing book by the way it may be and not term just pages but in terms of size it's huge you know we're gonna study ranging pass we need something textbook sized exactly tell me how did you get started in this project you know I was fascinated with DNA storage I thought I'm do fictional story about my means been reanimated by governments and I start looking in and the first thing I run into of all things of all the interesting things is terra preta a soil that is engineered and I thought that was weird it's all over the earth and Brazil it's in Australia it's in Europe it's in America has two names turn albums and terra preta there are other placards soils but the soils are engineered and a social and they said okay well we've been studying for a hundred years we don't know how to make it and it's all over the earth and always an interesting let's go look for colonel Percy Fawcett now because he got lost in the jungle in philosophy is the interest like let's back up wow how is it that no one pays attention if there's engineered soil are they in places that were only identified as nomadic are they formally and others that were not you know not desert's northern Africa Dodger land and in Europe where Scott went all the way to France once was connected what will happen to those valleys and rivers how much engineered soil was there and the significance in danger when you say engineered soil what do you mean there is a lot of science scientists looking at soil scientists looking at modern versions and it's burned biomass so it can be anything from a corn to China which you would think of as far as color just in your compost but it's specifically combination of wood and other I. N. and there are so many hundreds of hours of research into this where it's a combination it's such an interesting mix that although we're creating modern ones the ancient ones the ones that were finding along these were all these agents assigned all the ones we've been talking about through the Amazon and in the year of us through the Greek areas and Roman and what you're seen apart Hari through Siberia you're looking at a soil that can filter carbon dioxide well it can filter heavy metals it can filter testified and it does it and it stays generators and paper after paper scientist after scientist and other posts more on it the scientists that are doing the work everyone at and every paper has some point where they go but we need to do more work on it we're not sure how it works and when you when you talk about engineered it implies that something other than natural has done this would you would would that be the case yeah absolutely there was a couple scientists as specifically referenced say that journalism's for instance in the looking at sub micron these submicron remnants of burn biomass so this is and forest charred blackened carbon these are it's derived from either cellulose are set so it's going to be something organic but it's not a matter of Hey a bunch animals drop dead the decomposed right this is specifically somebody had a mix up the combination specifically of some sort of a word or set and some are young you know it it isn't something that just disappeared there is a carbon dating to four thousand years the current I mean they're they're they're being used but you're you're looking at a technology that requires carbon isotope geochemistry and you know looking at really detailed there ever is basically looking under really tiny you know looking for tiny tiny particles and that's not as exciting as finding a mommy R. can cut through however it probably works really well it's incredible it has the potential to filter out our carbon issues it is already doing it and from a new transplant point I got tested early with aeroponics NASA developed it to I'm sure you're familiar with it they wanted to get astronauts through space without soil how do you grow it well atomized water with the perfect amount of nutrients and while you have planned spending all their energy growing instead of searching for a place to put the route so I got down that rabbit hole and found here's the soil these ancient soils there's actually I am apologizing to everyone for saying this but there's a black market for journalism out of Ukraine they are they making big money on this apparently hundreds of millions and they're actually in and out of the country what is modern science saying about this church I mean then are they baffled at how what was made yeah they really are I mean they're they're developing new ones are mimicking okay well it's it's a burn biomass and there's there's modern applications in South America for instance and they're you know they give you specifically a corn based mixed with a particular tree then you might grow a particular fruit or a particular a fruit tree or particular corner something will grow better if you use a particular mix and the the the the parts where you're having filtration of pesticides the part where it's still trading heavy metals and remaining is a soil that's not just a few nutrients but a significant layer and because it's everywhere and it's in areas that were supposed to be an American and a lot of people in Brazil the you know the reports of the conquistadors and there's the stories of all those hundreds of thousand people on the river banks and and now we're seen with some deforestation large maybe megalithic earthworks that were clearly in areas that were supposed to be you know just natural forests that weren't ever supposed to be occupied by city city but is it that leave a more current city and as I look down the road you have that sunken city offer Cuba that was found by two researchers looking for Spanish gold that find a city that we have photographs of it's it's in the book and it's twenty three hundred feet deep and I ended up marrying okay well if there is a city with pyramids off the coast of Cuba and there's engineered soil in areas that are occupied currently by other anything other than say post flood tribes then what is the map of the world looks like a fifty thousand years ago now for Dr Lang came in where if you spent a lot of time I've spent thousands of hours trying to you try to piece together map of the world that gives you a global deal it's very hard to find a map that says okay well what does the world look like fifty thousand years ago and you can see Dodger land up close and personal with the missing rivers and valleys and you know from Ireland Scotland all the way to France but you know it's not easy to come up with the sections around India or the sections around Africa and whole lake like with Mediterranean how lake lake was the Caribbean and when you really look back we're talking a few hundred feet we're talking hundreds of miles of missing land for cities that if you take one and I know there's been many other researchers serves the city's off of India and Indonesia there's definitely indications of okay well we know the Greeks and the Romans were just off the coast of few hundred feet in here some runs like Alexandria but we're talking twenty three hundred feet deep off the coast fifty thousand year old coastlines look very different our play our society is missing it be like if LA and New York and the all of that was sunk and gone for a thousand years and all we had was a coastline of Nevada Las Vegas and middle eastern seaboard from Virginia North Carolina what would what would the story we would tell ourselves other than recent post flood culture so if you're finding things like a backlit happy if you're finding cities that cannot buy any tectonic plate shift not be above the surface less than fifty it's not like they built a city fifty thousand years ago when they were in time for the flood this is great if this oil wasn't engineered what would happen to the plant it it's interesting the story we tell ourselves in the story that you have been told is you know fifty thousand years ago we were tried we were just nomadic no and again Turkey's changing that but if we didn't have engineered soil well why go down the road to look at something like say the practice improve oldest preserved mummies on earth generally and you know research was done recently where you have six genetic markers that are not on humans you have a skull with a the final count it doesn't go in where their normal average human spinal column go so you have a race of humans with genetic markers different points of their body that are entirely shaped differently but not because some tried mimicked the culture and elongated the skull I know we're familiar with two can come in and it's a lot of Egypt and through Bosnian and all over the world their stories of elongated skulls but you have an engineered there are other pieces that pulled together and say okay well we have engineered soil we have injured people and the technology that everyone I think early on you asked what what got me into it and so much as talk about thank Hey look there's this giant pyramid we put it appears to be semantically Pollock on old construction with wave in frequency technology and while the whole wall improve won't fall down if there's an earthquake and it looks like these you know that the technology isn't about just the ancient megalithic stone it's the ancillary technologies that would be required to build those walls and to transport those evidence that you know the evidences of you would need now technology would need an archaeology to look at what's been dusted what materials are truly on the surface of these buildings when you have foundations along with terra preta the research is also showing from some recent incredible articles from France and Spain and Italy that they can't help but notice engine or engines poll published on it first and these reports I saw them before they were published and they couldn't help but notice how Greek and Roman amphitheatres were built for wave cocaine and waive cancellation and they had further done studies that showed stone spheres like the ones found in Costa Rica and all over the earth sixty four tons in Bosnia down the hand size that if you placed a stone spheres with different how lower centers or shapes and sizes that they have the ability to wave cancel incoming earthquakes.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

15:04 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Back our final segment with Jared Murphy his book is called it's not aliens worse it's us discovering our lost history couple people wanna know juror if it's available in the kindle form isn't on not yet it's on Amazon and I'm actually working on the audio book over the next couple weeks we should have that available in about three by the way that is intense if you've never done an audio recording for a book before now you will be exhausted when it's done I have heard a little bit but you're you're you're giving me the the expected prognosis yes and the truth which is great let's go to the phones Alex in Lubbock Texas first time caller Alex go ahead right George thank you very much for taking my call great shown outstanding guest I Michael Cremo scary about long lost civilizations that existed over the eons with that said you look at the root races like the Hyperboreans the marines or the Atlanteans this suggests I think that these cultures have developed breakaway type one civilizations and if so would they have left any telltale signs or markers yeah great question the the practice people I think of the first that you can point to immediately bone structure DNA structure we're finally doing the testing and it needs to continue but these these people are different but are they a segment of an ancient highly advanced technology human race that went off and did their own thing and then you have the other elongated skulls not the ones that were mimicking by using boards but the ones that were born that way what is their genetic background are they from Crimea also are there these again we get called in on like the lower Merion than the reptilians and we look at these different races and we say okay well you know if you look at Michael's work again that for been archaeology you you look at the background if again if the first thing a step back and go okay well we humans have been here for millions of years it took a hundred fifty years to go from horse and buggy to at the moment and and fifty years if we where we are with I. pads and we think that this is best we've got yet another example you of forty thousand vases and jugs that we frequently point out about found in the step pyramid in secara in that area where you have machine vases so fans out of some of the most fragile stones on earth with the technology in ancient allegedly dynastic times that you can actually see through the stone it's translucent sole the level of genetic technology that an ancient hi tech human society would have if you step back and look at the evidence of the of these different races that we're seen in Saint Louis is the you that this is a this is a a foreign race well what if like the practice and what if like somebody either along at its goals or the other groups on it like if you suggest they oughta gnocchi these could have been groups that were fighting or or divided after some final catastrophe that they just could not recover from as an entire group so they they split some might be benevolent some might try to help we seem to have these either violent interactions with what we're identifying as alien or paranormal or were having friendly helpful ones it it appears we're not getting a coherent group the civilization like you said George they're not we're not getting along with each other now it doesn't look like we're getting along with each other then and the only way for us to get to the truth is to be willing to do to commit to archaeological finds and digs and also look at is more of a search and rescue then a search and recovery of our past it is about our future and to accept what we find and discover absolutely let's see here and just wanted to be one thing I cannot even begin to say okay it's not working right it's that DNA memory of that you know we've proven we passed a week we have instincts we have hunches we have proof that mothers and fathers passed on information from their experiences we have to accept the fact that if without everyone's eyes on what were seen not hidden away in academia for five years or ten years I think that hardworking archaeology should be paid irrelevant to what their find and the books on what we see with dug up it means to be in front of someone that you might have you just have a hunch he does have a memory you just have a thought about that a little laughter look a little to the right or gosh that just doesn't feel right have you tried this that there has to be an open dialogue that includes realistically citizen scientists and of full disclosure I think whether it's digitized or made available I don't want this to be a referendum on the Vatican but the Vatican library needs to be accessible along with any other in ancient older libraries or academic this is the world's history and it is captain yeah we can't walk into your local significant museum and asked to see the millions of objects they have in storage if you do not have a certain set of credentials let's go to Debbie in Oregon okay Debbie was taken away hello thank you gentlemen for taking my call in a very fascinating subject to me I have some food for thought which puts all these subjects into a knot shelf for me and kind of explains it if I may be permitted to read off the first page of the crazy **** season we do can we don't read of the just give me a paraphrase okay can I just say what it says that just give me a short peripheries it says that everything that has been done has already been done before and there's nothing new under the sun that we just don't remember these things and people that are yet to come we'll remember either and everything will always be a brand new discovery I think he's right there this is us analytic response off the air thank you very much okay that was good good some summer summer rations up without a jury yeah I think this is part of that initial part about us about post flood religions belief system especially that I grew up Irish Catholic the reality is that the Christian belief system you know you have a Bible and what's not taught is the sources for it you can go to seminary for that and the the truth of the statement of we are very old that is true we've been around a long time are our memories are very deep and are obviously based on the ruins that were fighting all over the earth we've been here for millions of years and so it's not an untrue statement on it on itself at all we've got Carl in the Bronx is with us Hey Carl go ahead Sir George thank you and and Paris the faking my call I will not mentioning the Michael Kramer for my mom I'm very fond of and there's another author Michael hello you sure yeah good man yes he wrote a book he has one of these books is African samples of ya know not eat the loss that knowledge use of the coal mines of of of it being chief and also the fact that Garrett has been to South Africa for over looking at all the all the structures there are also on page two sixteen of his book he mentioned client tools and other anomalies in the asphalt stalls on the next page of results of giants and also I I agree with him one hundred percent at the Vatican museum should be the yeah library should be open to the public and I believe that this giants as I said before on a on a on another show of yours George that's this good client skeletons should be in museums including the all the all the skeletons that have been censored they should be in museums and that sort of disclosure should come forward even before the alien presence on the planet so I want to know what's Jared straight from the on Michael challengers book and all of his discoveries in South Africa okay I'm sure you're familiar with challengers worked your return true yes I am actually he's a personal friend of mine and he is who invited me to South Africa yeah I guess I stayed with him for couple weeks at stone circle ranch and brilliant work I mean he's been raising the alarm on that society that people are not talking about in that area for gosh over twelve years and his work is brilliant the so I was able to travel with him to some of the sites have been Adam's calendar and Michael was able to personally show me around and what do you think about his theories yeah I think we we have to do no matter whose it is the from for been archaeology to Brian Forrester and Michael Palin Jr and Graham Hancock I mean air conditioning and I mean we got David Childress we can go through the list of all these brilliant men that are just brave out there pointing out we we are all getting slivers of it and we're all piecing together history is not as it's been explained and these these you can as I said when we went to someone I went to South Africa this is to you know to see what he had to show me and then for me to going on my own and and and you know you're looking at your own theories and you're out there testing that by being on the field you have to be able to talk to people publicly and say Hey look our history is not what we're getting from our current educational system nor is the filtration healthy for us because we're in suite which don't know the truth of it and Michael's work I think is important first and foremost because he's the first guy to really like shouted out there there is a whole mass of society that we are not talking about it's like stumbling on the you might will be on the Giza plateau known never to get up that's what we thought of all its in South Africa enough Afrikan that area called Bonneval Bolden but water waterfall Bolden that is the epicenter of thousands of square kilometers of unexplored ruins and there are like I said there wasn't I believe this archaeologists from Pretoria that is kinda a South Africa that will be coming out with a book here shortly that and I was out on the farm is looking at the ruins and it is it's incredible that wanting to read it I was a huge fan of Michael before we became friends and being able to go out and actually look at what he's writing about it's incredible it's it's worth a trip to get a tour to just even visit even if you just have a general interest South Africa is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been in my entire life and that's whether other than California yeah it's not bad not bad at all let's go next to Jeff in Seattle Washington Hey Jeffrey go ahead jerit hello George is Jeff calling from Seattle comment on the question your juror number one if you get a chance to check out the dragons board ranges there in South Africa great rock climbing if you've been there yet no there with Gustafson volumes and I it's just beautiful where I was but I was splitting my time between research and climbing yes yes I'm coke lever myself Hey you know long story short I just want to touch base with you have you checked out any of Sir Francis Younghusband research in into the kingdom of mu in south and Central America what quite possibly where they got that guy you know or or or a faucet guy disappears the faucet faucet yes yes you are you are you get to that at all have you done any any work on that the king them who they did find it now they did find Steve's body all they did yeah in the Sierra mountains okay then that's a good point for the okay I didn't know that yeah okay go ahead you're yeah I know fascinators you know there's those giant clam shell mounds that were found all over South America there's the you know you have the volcano in Mexico that varied pyramid structure that has to be at least fifteen thousand years old that no one ever talks about eight dollars billion the lava flow alone is nine thousand years old and there was thirty seven feet of dirt before though I mean it's ridiculous you or where you know where Locle that Michael Kramer okay I gotta go back to it your virginity McIntyre's two and seventy five to three and fifty thousand year old anatomically correct human maybe a small village site there there's so much pre history in South America and Central America including in the lighter skin for Guatemala that that we're just beginning to scratch the surface of saying okay well how much of this was advanced ancient high technology people and how much of it was a mimic or a whether a post society that came or was live along side more advanced society and where those blurred lines did an ancient society doesn't that no one says that they can't move during the period of their highest maybe occupation and they kind of abandoned the city and it could have been taken over by another group but.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:29 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Our final segment with Jared Murphy his book is called it's not aliens worse it's us discovering our lost history couple people wanna know juror if it's available in the kindle form isn't on not yet it's on Amazon and I'm actually working on the audio book over the next couple weeks we should have that available in about three by the way that is intense if you've never done an audio recording for a book before now you will be exhausted when it's done I have heard a little bit but you're you're you're giving me the the expected prognosis yes and the truth which is great to go to the phones Alex in Lubbock Texas first time caller Alex go ahead right George thank you very much for taking my call great shown outstanding guest I Michael Cremo scary about one lost civilizations that existed over the eons with that said you look at the root races like the Hyperboreans the marines or the Atlanteans artisti guess I think that these cultures have developed breakaway type one civilizations and if so would they have left any telltale signs or markers yeah great question the the practice people I think the first that you can point to immediately bone structure DNA structure we're finally doing the testing and it needs to continue but these these people are different but are they a segment of an ancient highly advanced technology human race that went off into their own thing and then you have the other elongated skulls not the ones that were making by using boards but the ones that were born that way what is their genetic background are they from Crimea also are there these again we kept holding on like the lower Merion than the reptilians and we look at these different races and we say okay well you know if you look at Michael's work again that for been archaeology you look at the back honest again if the first thing a step back and go okay what we humans have been here for millions of years it took us a hundred fifty years to go from horse and buggy to at the moment and and fifty years it with where we are with I. pads and we think that this is best we've got yet another example you of forty thousand vases and jugs that we frequently point out about found in the step pyramid in secara in that area where you have machine vases so fans out of some of the most fragile stones on earth with the technology in ancient allegedly dynastic times that you can actually see through the stones it's translucent sole the level of genetic technology that an ancient hi tech human society would have if you step back and look at the evidence of the of these different races that we're seen in St listen to you this is a this is a a foreign race well what if like the practice and what if like somebody either along at its goals or the other groups on our life if you suggest they are gnocchi these could have been groups that were fighting or or divided after some final catastrophe that they just could not recover from as an entire group so they they split some might be benevolent some might try to help we seem to have these either violent interactions with what were identified as alien or paranormal or were having friendly helpful ones it it appears we're not getting a coherent group the civilization like you said George they're not we're not getting along with each other now it doesn't look like we're getting along with each other then and the only way for us to get to the truth is to be willing to do to commit to archaeological finds and digs and also look at is more of a search and rescue in a search and recovery of our past it is about our future and to accept what we find and discover absolutely let's see here and just wanted to be one thing I cannot even begin to say okay it's not working right it's that DNA memory of set up you know we've proven with past a week we have instincts we have hunches we have proof that mothers and fathers passed on information from their experiences we have to accept the fact that if without everyone's eyes on what were seen not hidden away in academia for five years or ten years I think that hard working archaeology should be paid irrelevant to what their find and the books on what we see with dugout it means to be in front of someone that you might have you just have a hunch you just have a memory you just have a thought about did little to laughter look a little further right or gosh that just doesn't feel right have you tried this for that there has to be an open dialogue that includes realistically citizen scientists and of full disclosure I think whether it's digitized or made available I don't want this to be a referendum on the Vatican but the Vatican library needs to be accessible along with any other in ancient older libraries or academic this is the world's history and it is Capt yeah we can't walk into your local a significant museum and asked to see the millions of objects they have in storage if you do not have a certain set of credentials let's go to Debbie in Oregon okay Debbie you've taken away hello thank you gentlemen for taking my call in a very fascinating subject to me I have some food for thought which puts all these subjects into a knot shelf for me and kind of explains it if I may be permitted to read off the first page of the Ecclesiastes we do can we don't read of the just give me a paraphrase okay can I just say what it says that just give me a short peripheries it says that everything that has been done has already been done before and there's nothing new under the sun that we just don't remember these things and people that are yet to come won't remember either and everything will always be a brand new discovery I think he's right there this is us and I will take responsibility here thank you very much okay that was good good some summer summer rations up without a jury yeah I think this is part of that initial part about us about post flood religions belief systems that's what I grew up Irish Catholic the reality is that the Christian a system you know you have a Bible and what's not taught is the sources for it you can go to seminary for that and there the truth of the statement of we are very old that is true we've been around a long time are our memories aren't very deep and are obviously based on the roads that were fighting all over the earth we've been here for millions of years and so it's not an untrue statement on it on itself at all we've got Carl in the Bronx is with us Hey Carl go ahead Sir George thank you and and Paris thank you my call I you're mentioning my folks Kramer for my mom I'm very fond of and there's another author Michael hello you sure yeah good man yes he wrote a book he has one of these books is Apperson samples of Jana Lockheed the loss of knowledge use of the gold mines of of of it being free and also the fact that Garrett has been to South Africa for over looking at all the all the structures there are also on page two sixteen of his book he mentioned client tools and other anomalies city has faults falls on the next page of the fall of giants and also I I agree with him one hundred percent at the Vatican museum we love your library should be open to the public and I believe that this giants as I said before on a on a on another show of yours George that's this the Trion skeletons in museums including the all the all the skeletons that have been censored they should be in museums and that that disclosures should come forward even before the alien presence on the planet so I wanna know what Jared State Farm now on Michael was challengers before and all of his discoveries in South Africa okay I'm sure you're familiar with challengers worked your return true yes I am actually he's a personal friend of mine and he is who invited me to South Africa yeah I I stayed with him for couple weeks at stone circle ranch and brilliant work I mean he's been raising the alarm on the society that people are not talking about in that area for gosh over twelve years and his work is brilliant the so I was able to travel with him to some of the sites have been Adam's calendar and Michael was able to personally show me around and what do you think about his theories yeah I think we we have to do no matter whose it is of the from forbidden archeology to Brian Forrester and Michael Palin Jr and Graham Hancock I mean Eric fund and again I mean we got David Childress we can go through the list of all these brilliant men that are just brave out there pointing out we we are all getting slivers of it and we're all piecing together history is not as it's been explained and these these you can as I said when we went to thought when I went to South Africa this is to you know to see what he had to tell me and then for me to going on my own and and and you know you're looking at your own theories and you're out there testing that by being on the field you have to be able to talk to people publicly and say Hey look our history is not what we're getting from our current educational system nor is the filtration healthy for us because we're in suite which don't know the truth of it and Michael's work I think is important first and foremost because he's the first guy to really like shouted out there there is a whole mass of society that we are not talking about it's like stumbling on the you might will be on the Giza plateau and no one's ever going up that's what we thought of all its in South Africa and Afrikan that area they called the father of all pulled it but water waterfall Bolden that is the epicenter of thousands of square kilometers of unexplored ruins and there are like I said there wasn't I believe if I colleges from Pretoria that is kinda a South Africa that will be coming out with a book here shortly that and I was out on the farm is looking at the ruins and it is it's incredible it's one thing to read it I was a huge fan of Michael before we became friends and being able to go out and actually look at what he's writing about it's incredible it's it's worth the trip is to get a tour to just even visit even if you just have a general interest South Africa is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been in my entire life and stuff whether other than California yeah it's not bad not bad at all let's go next to Jeff in Seattle Washington Hey Jeffrey go ahead jerit hello George is Jeff calling from Seattle comment on the question juror number one if you get a chance to check out the dragons board range of there in South Africa great rock climbing if you've been there yet no there with Gustafson money ends and I will it's just beautiful where I was but I was splitting my time between research and climbing yes yes I'm coke lever myself Hey you know long story short I just want to touch base with you have you checked out any of Sir Francis Younghusband resurgent into the kingdom of mu and south and Central America what quite possibly where they got that guy you know or or or a faucet guy disappears the faucet faucet yes yes you are you are you get to that at all have you done any any work.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:01 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Our final segment with Jared Murphy his book is called it's not aliens worse it's us discovering our lost history couple people wanna know juror if it's available in the kindle form isn't on not yet it's on Amazon and I'm actually working on the audio book over the next couple weeks we should have that available in about three by the way that is intense if you've never done an audio recording for a book before now you will be exhausted when it's done I have heard a little bit but you're you're you're giving me the the expected prognosis yes and the truth which is great to go to the phones Alex in Lubbock Texas first time caller Alex go ahead hi George thank you very much for taking my call great shown outstanding guest I Michael Cremo scary about long lost civilizations that existed over the eons with that said you look at the root races like the Hyperboreans ians or the Atlanteans does the gas I think that these cultures have developed breakaway type one civilizations and if so would they have left any telltale signs or markers yeah great question the the practice people I think the first that you can point to immediately bone structure DNA structure we're finally doing the testing and it needs to continue but these these people are different but are they a segment of an ancient highly advanced technology human race that went off and did their own thing and then you have the other elongated skulls not the one that we're making in by using boards but the ones that were born that way what is their genetic background are they from Crimea also are there these again we kept holding on like the lower Merion than the reptilians and we look at these different races and we say okay well you know if you look at Michael's work again that for been archaeology you look at the back honest again if the first thing a step back and go okay what we humans have been here for millions of years it took us a hundred fifty years to go from horse and buggy to at the moment and and fifty years it with where we are with I. pads and we think that this is best we've got yet as another example you have forty thousand vases and jugs that we frequently point out about found in the step pyramid in secara in that area where you have machine vases so fans out of some of the most fragile stones honor with the technology in ancient allegedly dynastic times that you can actually see through the stone it's translucent sole the level of genetic technology seven HM hi tech human society would have if you step back and look at the evidence of the of these different races that we're seen in same listen to you this is a this is a a foreign race well what if like the practice and what if like somebody either along with its goals or the other groups honor like if you suggest they are not he these could have been groups that were fighting or or divided after some final catastrophe that they just could not recover from as an entire group so they they split some might be benevolent some might try to help we seem to have these either violent interactions with what we're identifying as alien or paranormal or were having friendly helpful ones it it appears we're not getting a coherent group the civilization like you said George they're not we're not getting along with each other now it doesn't look like we are getting along with each other then and the only way for us to get to the truth is to be willing to to commit to archaeological finds and digs and also look at is more of a search and rescue then a search and recovery of our past it is about our future and to accept what we find and discover absolutely not so just wanted to be one thing I cannot even begin to say okay it's not working right if that DNA memory instead of you know we've proven with past a week we have instincts we have hunches we have proof that mothers and fathers passed on information from their experiences we have to accept the fact that if without everyone's eyes on what were seen not hidden away in academia for five years or ten years I think that hardworking archaeology should be paid irrelevant to what their find and the books on what we see with dugout it means to be in front of someone that you might have you just have a hunch you just have a memory you just have a thought about that a little laughter look a little to the right or gosh that just doesn't feel right have you tried this for that there has to be an open dialogue that includes realistically citizen scientists and of full disclosure I think whether the digitized or made available I don't want this to be a referendum on the Vatican but the Vatican library needs to be accessible along with any other in ancient older libraries or academic this is the world's history and it is captive it we can't walk into your local significant museum and asked to see the millions of objects they have in storage if you do not have a certain set of credentials let's go to Debbie in Oregon okay Debbie was taken away hello thank you gentlemen for taking my call in a very fascinating subject to me I have some food for thought which puts all these subjects into a knot shelf for me and kind of explains it if I may be permitted to read off the first page of the crazy have Steve's in the minute we do can we don't read of the just give me a paraphrase okay can I just say what it says just give me a short peripheries it says that everything that has been done has already been done before and there's nothing new under the sun that we just don't remember these things and people that are yet to come we'll remember either and everything will always be a brand new discovery I think he's right there this is us and I will take responsibility here thank you very much okay that was good good summer summer summer rationing flapped Jered yeah I think this is part of that initial part about us about post flood religions belief systems especially that I grew up Irish Catholic the reality is that the Christian belief system you know you have a Bible and what's not taught is the sources for it you can go to seminary for that and there the truth of the statement of we are very old that is true we've been around a long time are our memories aren't very deep and are obviously based on the ruins that were fighting all over the earth we've been here for millions of years and so it's not an untrue statement on it on itself I don't we've got Carl in the Bronx is with us Hey Carl go ahead Sir George thank you and and Paris taking my call I Newman mentioning Michael Kramer well my mum I'm very fond of and there's another author Michael hello you sure yeah good ma'am yes he wrote a book he has one of these books is Apperson temples of ya know not eat the loss of knowledge use of the gold mines of of of the things she and also the fact that Jared has been to South Africa looking at all the all the structures there are also on page two sixteen of his book he mentioned client tools and other anomalies and has faults falls on the next page of the fall of giants and also I I agree with him one hundred percent at the Vatican museum the yeah library should be open to the public and I believe that if giants as I said before on a on another show of yours George that this the giant skeletons should be in museums coatings all the all the skeletons that have been censored they should be in museums and that data disclosure should come forward even before the alien presence on the planet so I want to know what's Jared State Farm not on Michael challengers book and all of his discoveries in South Africa okay I'm sure you're familiar with challengers worked your return true yes I am actually he's a personal friend of mine and he is who invited me to South Africa yeah I guess I stayed with him for couple weeks at stone circle ranch and brilliant work I mean he's been raising the alarm on that society that people are not talking about in that area for gosh over twelve years and his work is brilliant the so I was able to travel with him to some of the sites have been Adam's calendar and Michael was able to personally show me around and what do you think about his theories yeah I think we we have to do no matter whose it is from forbidden archeology to Brian Forrester and Michael Palin Jr and Graham Hancock I mean air conditioning and I mean we know David Childress we can go through the list of all these brilliant man that just brave out there pointing out we we are all getting slivers of it and we're all piecing together history is not as it's been explained and these these you can as I said when we went to so when I went to South Africa this is to add to it you know to see what he had to tell me and then for me to going on my own and and and you know you're looking at your own theories and you're out there testing that by being on the field you have to be able to talk to people publicly and say Hey look our history is not what we're getting from our current educational system nor is the filtration healthy for us because we're in suite which don't know the truth of it and Michael's work I think is important first and foremost because he's the first guy to really like shouted out there there is a whole mass of society that we are not talking about it's like stumbling on the you might will be on the Giza plateau and no one's ever going up that's what we thought of all its in South Africa enough Afrikan that area they called the father of all bold and but water waterfall Bolden that is the epicenter of thousands of square kilometers of unexplored ruins and there are like I said there wasn't I believe if I challenges from Pretoria that is kinda a South Africa that will be coming out with a book here shortly that and I was out on the farm is looking at the ruins and it is it's incredible it's one thing to read it I was a huge fan of Michael before we became friends and being able to go out and actually look at what he's writing about it's incredible it's it's worth a trip to get a tour to just even visit even if you just have a general interest South Africa is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been in my entire life and stuff whether other than California yeah it's not bad not bad at all let's go next to Jeff in Seattle Washington Hey Jeffrey go ahead jerit hello George this trip going from Seattle in a comment on the question Jr is number one if you get a chance to check out the dragons board range of there in South Africa great rock climbing if you've been there yet no there with Gustafson money ends and I it's just beautiful where I was but I.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:54 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Back to coast to coast Jared Murphy with us it's not aliens wars since us Jared you don't have a website but I have a YouTube channel for you correct yes it was just just started I'll be uploading content from expedition in South Africa here over the next days and weeks something about the south African trip when you can look for I went to an area that he feels very famous for the stone circles did field research went to different properties farms essentially there is a large revenant civilization that has been identified with the stone circles however underground which is visible either from Google earth or from drowning and the area I'll give you the name of the town it's a waterfall both of them it's W. A. T. E. R. V. A. L. B. O. V. E. N. and they they're also a very famous for world class climbing but I was there for both I climb and a but more importantly I was there to look at significant as as we know our traditional academia says the fertile crescent is where we all came from and you know there's a few thousand people down and down in southern Africa and it just wasn't really big society and I spent one month of January there and in the field looking at ruins after Rowan's after runs with drone aerial views over calamity after calamity of nothing but unexplored foundational structures channels buildings that have never been dug up there's been some exploratory work down there in the thirties and fifties I believe there is an archaeologist I can't remember his name but he is from Pretoria and he is releasing a book soon on his findings and he is willing to go on record apparently to say that there was at least a hundred thousand people in the store and then there should not have been that many there but my question when I go out look at research is am I finding a society that was a I wanna say per se squatter culture but like the dynastic Egyptians a society that very much looks like they did not have the technology to build what is on site but inherited it from an earlier culture which is probably the case yeah it's it's significant it's on at that area of south Africa's east of Johannesburg about two hours and it's about almost it's about four and a half to five thousand feet in the air and significant mountainous territory with just its spectacular truly you could hop on a plane go to Johannesburg get off end up in this area and you could take a stone and you'll be still be standing on a foundational ruined and the question is is the soil engineered is there there are larger megalithic blocks that show signs of shaping and almost melting together I think I posted one of those photos on your website yeah now with the engineered soil without it being engineered wood thing still grow just not as big yeah just what we have like weed trees the whole like Hyperion we have a redwood that's three hundred seventy nine feet tall approximately sixty feet wide and the other great sequoias but it used to be the whole planet and if you have just regular gold foil you know through a combination of composting just like anybody in the backyard gardens you're going to be able to grow something if you plants are very resilient they they can grow just a few nutrients and whether they have every Nutri in it or not you know there's still still survive and there's still the honorable it just might not have every nutrients you you would like in that plant let's take some calls here for you let's go to Joe in Long Island New York to get us started Joseph go ahead that smiling topic say for example I have a call right pocket at the beach come back it's not but somehow I know it's not stolen could be the Mandela effect where I said that I even have a car or could it be a dimensional issue now also alleged to just say more about your mountain climbing because I've watched that on some phones that looks a little bit like scary the card questions kind of scary to yeah it's hard disappears off the beach that would be the cops got sucked in by the sand right oh gosh I mean don't Florida could are few other singles you want to talk about your mountain climbing episodes I so yeah it's it's a lot safer than you think I mean there are many people out there that alpine and and do a lot of trad climbing where they're you know they're finding a route I think everyone's pretty familiar now with like free solo and Alex Honnold kind means no ropes at all but I'm a very safe climber I climb with ropes and never been in that area so I hired a guide and there are you could spend your life if there's so much crime in in this particular area you could spend a lifetime there it's six it's truly spectacular it is dramatic isn't all it's very fun it's a very inclusive activity there is it doesn't matter your age or your ability it's there's always a voice inside your head that says you know you're not going to make the next move and everyone has a voice does matter how good you get and everyone supports you you know when you get off the wall and you have that person's life in their hands you know blame them and making sure they're safe and everything kind of goes away you don't worry about too much to worry about that person on the road for with your on the wall you don't have time to think about where your car just evaporated to let's go to meet me in Midland Texas welcome to the program I maybe your hand hunter were carrying guns thank you I have a me me theory and I'm so excited about your chance to see if the first person I've ever heard boy the mobile what I saw in my earlier that aids I ran across the sand churches yep James Turk toward work about the lost continent of menu okay and I'm sure that either a number of things and I finally decided to stop the violence is radically wrong that may be you know there have spent superior civilizations and something happened that shouldn't have and I kind of gave up on it but I decided part of it under the ground part of its under the ocean part of it's been destroyed in part of it from the Vatican Library and I have an idea about aliens and that's just my personal beliefs and what is that go ahead tell us why I do think there at I think there's room and I think they are crying without creating a negative reply affect they are trying to warn us and their experiments with us genetically it's because their body or what's left of them what do you think yard if it's a possibility yes absolutely they there was some work done by some Harvard researchers Suri and George church and colleagues than coded a fifty two thousand words book on DNA and currently our technology shows that we can store two hundred and fifteen gigabytes anagram of cellular of of DNA tissue and is it possible that you're looking at a society again if the missing lands combined with the technology that we're finding everywhere and we have to say well this piece might be related to pieces on a completely different content that's on or is shaped very differently now and it's very hard for us to not get excited and pieces into an existing ferry or to filter it to work that way when I think a lot more support should be given to archaeology period across the board to be able to have not an answer but to not have a piece together find of just since you know a few bones but no DNA more money could go into this and these points out because we all have these hunches and citizen scientists we need everyone's eyes on this because we may have genetic DNA memory a lot of times people say well I've had this experience and I think I was a famous person or better they say I was John the farmer and they go on the field and research is done and no joke there's a farm in a place where they've never been and what is that is that a ancient high technology human race creating genetic memory which we are finding can be stored for hundreds of thousands of years this is current research in the last seven years is it possible that not only are they either experimenting with us are they I'm trying to communicate is it are the benevolent that's the part where it is it worse is it that some of them care and some of them don't that's almost like society is in a and and and maybe it's an equation that didn't work ten thousand or fifty thousand or a hundred thousand years ago and it's not working now maybe that's why they let us run in safe mode I'm so sorry to read what was the question I don't think it's working now internalized you know societies being good or you know what if you have a power elite that if we're all running it at if if evolution as it's been described to us gives us something based on a forced adaptation here we are with we all say we will it's common knowledge we're at ten or fourteen percent of our brains what what point were using a hundred percent so are we really in safe mode next up let's go to bury in rock hill South Carolina hello there Mary or you say they're George always a pleasure as you know and Jerod a tickled to death with this problem as soon as I started to talk about that all right real quick hello to all my buddies out there and go to close lawyer and you know we are but of course you were juror George is you know my background in biology and chemistry I'm curious about what makes this super soil cores energetic dirt he's talking about four of our caramel cools in the New Jersey band there that make it special L. Tecmo bowl of earth as Robert and I love it your keep up the good work do we have a chemical breakdown Gerrard it varies throughout the earth I came and you know they're using spectroscope B. radiocarbon other doing the end there it's really high resolution I mean hello it's a combination of the transmission electron microscope either doing electron energy loss spectroscopy there is a list of techniques that are being used and that's what's so crazy an impressive about this without getting to down the technical side at the moment the reality of the soil is many mechanics of it are different depending on the area and for instance when you're going down the Amazon in this area where colonel Percy Fawcett was last seen looking philosophy is he before he disappeared there is where do you go hi right I think you know I I believe you know besides Brad Pitt playing him as two years ago and that movie velocity is the I believe there's been two third one as there was a tribe that came up with some bones I don't I'm not familiar enough with the background DNA testing that they say that maybe it was his bones or whether not he was just lost for Everton but the terror preta the soil was over twelve feet thick in that area.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:53 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast Jared Murphy with us it's not aliens wars since US juror you don't have a website but I have a YouTube channel for you correct yes it was just just started I'll be uploading content from expedition in South Africa here over the next days and weeks something about the south African trip when you can look for I went to an area that you know is very famous for the stone circles did field research went to different properties farms essentially there is a large revenant civilization that has been identified with the stone circles however underground which is visible either from Google earth or from drowning and the area I'll give you the name of the town it's a waterfall both of them it's W. A. T. E. R. V. A. L. B. O. V. E. M. and they they're also a very famous for world class climbing but I was there for both I climb and a but more importantly I was there to look at significant as as we know our traditional academia says the fertile crescent is where we all came from and you know there's a few thousand people down and down in southern Africa and it just wasn't really big society and I spent one month of January there and in the field looking at ruins after rowing center runs with drone aerial views over calamity after calamity of nothing but unexplored foundational structures channels buildings that have never been dug up there's been some exploratory work down there in the thirties and fifties I believe there is an archaeologist I can't remember his name but he is from Pretoria and he is releasing a book soon on his findings and he is willing to go on record apparently to say that there was at least a hundred thousand people this year and then there should not have been that many there but my question when I go out and look at researches and my finding a society that was a I was a process squatter culture but like the dynastic Egyptians a society that very much looks like they did not have the technology to build what is on site but inherited it from an earlier culture and which is probably the case yeah it's it's significant it's on at that area of south Africa's east of Johannesburg about two hours and it's about almost it's about four and a half to five thousand feet in the air and significant mountainous territory with just its spectacular truly you could hop on a plane go to Johannesburg get off and up in this area and you could pick a stone and you'll be you'll be standing on a foundational relent and the question is is the soil engineered is there there are larger megalithic blocks that show signs of shaping and almost melting together I think I posted one of those photos on your website yeah now with C. engineered soil without it being engineered wood thing still grow just not as big yeah just what we have like weed trees the whole like Hyperion we have a redwood that's three hundred seventy nine feet tall approximately sixty feet wide and we have the great sequoias but it used to be the whole planet and if you have just regular gold foil it you know through a combination of composting just like anybody in the backyard gardens you're going to be able to grow something if you plan for very resilient they they can grow just a few nutrients and whether they have every Nutri in it or not you know they're still still survive and is still B. I. double it just might not have every nutrient you you would like in that plant let's take some calls here for you let's go to Joe in Long Island New York to get us started Joseph go ahead all right fascinating topic say for example I have a call right pocket at the beach I come back it's not but somehow I know it's not stolen could be the Mandela effect where I said that I even have a car or could it be a dimensional issue also much it to just say more about your mountain climbing because I'd watch that on some homes that looks a little bit like Gary the card questions kind of scary general yeah you've heard disappears off the beach that would be it got it got sucked in by the sand right oh gosh I mean got Florida could are few other singles what does you want to talk about your mountain climbing episodes all right so yeah it's it's a lot safer than you think I mean there are many people out there that alpine and and do a lot of trad climbing where they're you know they're finding a route I think everyone's pretty familiar now with like free solo and Alex Honnold climbing the ropes at all but I'm a very safe climber I climb with ropes and never been in that area so I hired a guide and there are you could spend your life there is so much crime in in this particular area you could spend a lifetime there it's picked it's truly spectacular it is dramatic isn't all it's very fun it's a very inclusive activity there is it doesn't matter your age or your ability it's there's always a voice inside your head that says you know you're not going to make the next move and everyone has that voice does matter how good you get and everyone supports you you know when you get off the wall and you have that person's life in their hands you know blame them and making sure they're safe and everything kind of goes away you don't worry about too much to worry about that person on the Roper with your on the wall you don't have time to think about where your car just evaporated to let's go to meet me in Midland Texas welcome to the program I maybe you go ahead hide your carrying thank you I have a Mimi theory and I'm so excited about your gas it's the end of the first person I've ever heard boy the mobile what Arafat in my earlier that aids I ran across the sand and of churches yep James Churchward work about a lost continent of menu okay and I'm sure that either and a number of things and I finally decided that that was just radically wrong that may be you know there had been superior civilizations and something happened that shouldn't happen and I kind of gave up on it but I decided part of it under the ground part of its under the ocean part of it's been destroyed in part of it then the Vatican Library and I have an idea about aliens and that's just my personal beliefs and what is that go ahead tell us why I do think there at I think there's room and I think they are trying without creating a negative butterfly effect they are trying to warn asks and their experiments with us did medically it's because their body or what's left of them what do you think your hard if it's a possibility yes absolutely they there was some work done by some Harvard researchers because Siri and George church and colleagues than coded a fifty two thousand words book on DNA and currently our technology shows that we can store two hundred and fifteen gigabytes anagram of cellular of of DNA tissue and is it possible that you're looking at a society again if the missing lands combined with the technology that we're finding everywhere and we have to say well this piece might be related to pieces on a completely different content that's on or is shaped very differently now and it's very hard for us to not get excited and piece it into an existing a ferry or to filtrate it to work that way when I think a lot more support should be given to archaeology period across the board to be able to have not an answer but to not have a piece together find of just some some you know a few bones but no DNA more money could go into this and these points out because we all have these hunches and citizen scientists we need everyone's eyes on this because we may have genetic DNA memory a lot of times people say well I've had this experience and I think I was a famous person or better they say I was John the farmer and they go on the field and research is done and no joke there's a farm in a place where they've never been and what is that is that a ancient high technology human race creating genetic memory which we are finding can be stored for hundreds of thousands of years this is current research in the last seven years is it possible that not only are the they're experimenting with us are they I'm trying to communicate is it are the benevolent that's the part where it is it worse is it that some of them care and some of them don't that's almost like society isn't it and and and maybe it's an equation that didn't work ten thousand or fifty thousand or a hundred thousand years ago and it's not working now maybe that's why they let us run in safe mode I'm so sorry to read what was the question I don't think it's working now internal knowledge you know societies being good or you know what if you have a power elite that if we're all running it at if if evolution as it's been described to us gives us something based on a forced adaptation here we are with we all say we will it's common knowledge we're at ten or fourteen percent of our brains what what points were using a hundred percent so are we really in safe mode next up let's go to bury in rock hill South Carolina hello there Mary or you say they're George always a pleasure as you know and Jerod a Jekyll to dance with this comment as soon as I start you're you're talking about but real quick hello to all my buddies out there and go to close lawyer and you know we are but of course you were juror George is you know by background in biology and chemistry I'm curious about what makes this super soil cores energetic dirt he's talking about one of the chemicals in the New Jersey band there that make it special L. take Mel also as Robert and I love it your keep up the good work then we have a chemical breakdown Gerrard it varies throughout the earth I came and you know they're using us spectroscope the radiocarbon other doing the end there it's really high resolution I mean hello it's a combination of the transmission electron microscope either doing electron energy loss spectroscopy there is a list of techniques that are being used and that's what's so crazy impressive about this without getting to down the technical side at the moment the reality of the soil is many mechanics of it are different depending on the area and for instance when you're going down the Amazon in this area where colonel Percy Fawcett was last seen looking philosophy is he before he disappeared there is where do you go right I think you know I I believe you know besides Brad Pitt playing them a few years ago and that movie velocity is the I believe there's been two thirty one as there was a tribe that came up with some bones I don't I'm not familiar enough with the background DNA testing that they say that maybe it was his bones or whether or not he was just lost for Everton but the terra preta the soil was over twelve feet thick.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To plan an event for ten six five four zero zero three zero the Hilton garden inn Owens mills this is what's happening the corona virus the trump administration has been caught flat footed still say things all our office politics the latest update corona virus impact on the world economy some of the hour before we rush to nominate Sanders having a socialist state current check in throughout the day it's very very tough to stop that train is talk radio six eighty WCBS live from the city of angels this is coast to coast AM with George Noory we will take your calls next hour with Jared Murphy as we talk about his work it's not aliens wars it's us.

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13:21 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Jared Murphy with us self experimenter a field researcher of ancient technologies lost history jerit is trouble the world searching for evidence of advanced ancestors in high technology his book is called it's not aliens worships us discovering our lost history Jared did you find the advanced ancestors out there I keep looking where you have to you could don't give up no one day you'll be successful I think I feel like we're all helping out there I think so too this is an amazing book by the way it may be and not terms and just pages but in terms of size it's huge you know we're gonna start your engine pass we need something textbook side exactly tell me how did you get started in this project you know I was fascinated with a DNA storage I thought I'm do fictional story about my means of being reanimated by governments and I start looking in and the first thing I run into of all things of all the interesting things is her pride up a soil that is engineered and I thought that was weird it's all over the earth and Brazil it's in Australia it's in Europe it's in America has two names journalism's and terra preta there are other placards soils but the soils are engineered and I thought show and they said okay well we've been studying for a hundred years we don't know how to make it and it's all over the earth and always that interesting let's go look for colonel Percy Fawcett now because he got lost in the jungle in philosophy is the interest like let's back up how is it that no one pays attention if there's engineered soil are they in places that were only identified as nomadic are they formally and others that were not you know not desert's northern Africa Dodger Landon in Europe where Scotland all the way to France once connected what will happen to those valleys and rivers how much engineered file was there and the significance in danger when you say in junior and soil what do you mean there is a lot of science scientists looking at soil scientists working at modern versions and it's burned biomass so it can be anything from a corn to kind of what you would think of as far as just your your compost but it's specifically combination of wood and other M. and there are so many hundreds of hours of research into this where it's a combination it's such an interesting mix that although we're creating modern ones the ancient ones the ones that were fine enough along these were all these agents assigned all the ones we've been talking about through the Amazon and in the year of us through the Greek areas and Roman and what you're seen apart Hari through Siberia you're looking at a soil that can filter carbon dioxide well it can filter heavy metals it can filter testified and it does it and it stays generators and paper after paper scientist after scientist and lead to post more on it the scientists that are doing the work everyone at and every paper has some point where they go but we need to do more work on it we're not sure how it works and when you when you talk about engineered it implies that something other than natural has done this would you would would that be the case yeah absolutely there was a couple scientists as specifically referenced say the journalism's for instance in the looking at sub micron Deezer submicron remnants of burn biomass so this is and forest tar black compartment these are it's derived from either cellulose are set so it's going to be something organic but it's not a matter of Hey a bunch animals drop dead he decomposed right this is specifically somebody had a mix up the combination specifically of some sort of a word or set and some are young you know it it isn't something that just disappeared there is carbon dating to four thousand years the current I mean they're they're they're being used but you're you're looking at a technology that requires carbon isotope geochemistry and you know looking at really detailed there everyday basically looking under really tiny you know looking for tiny tiny particles and that's not as exciting as finding a mummy our conduct true however it probably works really well R. it's incredible it has the potential to filter out our carbon issues it is already doing it and from a nutrient standpoint I got tested early with aeroponics NASA developed it to I'm sure you're familiar with it they wanted to get astronauts through space without soil how do you grow it well atomized water with the perfect amount of nutrients and while you have planned spending all their energy growing instead of searching for a place to put the route so I got down that rabbit hole and found here's the soil these ancient soils there's actually I am apologizing to everyone for saying this but there's a black market for journalism out of Ukraine they are they making big money on this apparently hundreds of millions and they're all in and out of the country what is modern science saying about this church I mean then are they baffled at how what was made yeah they really are I mean they're they're developing new ones are mimicking okay well it's a burn biomass and there's this modern applications in South America for instance and there you know to give you specifically a corn based mixed with a particular tree then you might grow a particular fruit or a particular after three or to clear a corner something will grow better if you use a particular mix and the the the the parts where you're having in our filtration of pesticides the part where it's still trading heavy metal and remaining is a soil that's not just a few nutrients but a significant layer and because it's everywhere and it's in areas that were supposed to be an American and a lot of people in Brazil three you know the reports the confused at ours and theirs the stories of all those hundreds of thousand people on the river banks and and now we're seeing with some deforestation large maybe megalithic earthworks that were clearly in areas that were supposed to be you know just National Forest that weren't ever supposed to be occupied by city city what is it that leave a more current city and as I look down the road you have that sunken city off to Cuba that was followed by two researchers looking for Spanish gold that find a city that we have photographs of it's it's in the book and it's twenty three hundred feet deep and I ended up marrying okay well if there is a city with Kermit off the coast of Cuba and there's engineered soil in areas that are occupied currently by other anything other than say post flood tribes then what is the map of the world looks like a fifty thousand years ago now for Dr Lang came in where if you spent a lot of time I've spent thousands of hours trying to you try to piece together map of the world that gives you a global view it's very hard to find a map that says okay well what does the world look like fifty thousand years ago and you can see doctor land up close and personal with the missing rivers and valleys and you know from Ireland Scotland all the way to France but you know it's not easy to come up with the sections around India or the sections around Africa and whole lake like with Mediterranean how lake lake was the Caribbean and when you really look back we're talking a few hundred feet we're talking hundreds of miles of missing land for cities that if you take one and I know there's been many other researchers serves the city's off of India and Indonesia there's definitely indications of okay well we know the Greeks and the Romans were just off the coast of few hundred feet in here some runs like Alexandria but we're talking twenty three hundred feet deep off the coast fifty thousand year old coastlines look very different our play our society is missing if you like if LA and New York and the all of that was sunk and gone for a thousand years and all we had was a coastline of Nevada Las Vegas and middle eastern seaboard from Virginia North Carolina what would what would the story we would tell ourselves other than recent post flood culture so if you're finding things like a backlit happy if you're finding cities that cannot buy any tectonic plate shift not be above the surface less than fifty it's not like they built a city fifty thousand years ago when they were in time for the flight this is great if this oil wasn't engineered what would happen to the plant it it's interesting the story we tell ourselves in the story that you have been told is you know fifty thousand years ago we were tried we were just nomadic you know and again Turkey's changing that but if we didn't have engineered soil well why go down the road to look at something like say the practice improve oldest preserved mummies on earth generally and you know research was done recently where you have six genetic markers that are not on humans you have a skull with a the final count it doesn't go in where their normal average human spinal column go so you have a race of humans with genetic markers different points of their bodies that are entirely shaped differently but not because some tried mimicked the culture and elongated the skull I know we're familiar with Tooting common and it's a lot of Egypt and through Bosnian and all over the world there are stories of elongated skulls but you have an engineered there are other pieces that pulled together and say okay well we have engineered soil we have injured people and the technology that everyone I think early on you asked what what got me into it and so much as talk about like Hey look there's this giant pyramid we put it appears to be semantically Pollock Arnold construction with wave in frequency technology and while the whole wall improve won't fall down if there's an earthquake and it looks like these you know that the technology isn't about just the ancient megalithic stone it's the ancillary technologies that would be required to build those walls and to transport those evidence the evidence is of you would need mail technology would need an archaeology to look at what's been dusted what materials are truly on the surface of these buildings when you have foundations along with terra preta the research is also showing from some recent incredible articles from France and Spain and Italy that they can't help but notice engine or engines poll published on it first and these reports I saw them before they were published and they couldn't help but notice how Greek and Roman amphitheatres were built for whey protein and waive cancellation and they had further done studies that showed stone spheres like the ones found in Costa Rica and all over the earth sixty four tons in Bosnia down the hand size that if you placed a stone spheres with different how lower centers or shapes and sizes that they have the ability to wave cancel incoming earthquakes and signals and if you add up terra preta engineered file as it is with journalism and then the stone spheres that that the brick and mortar foundation technology and if we go down and look at some of these foundations of these buildings and start looking more at the foundational structures along with the genetic pieces were fine and it's really hard to see a giant wrecked the space shuttle that's fifty or a hundred thousand years old and not go well you know the only way we can't have one story after another where it's constantly well this well this looks like aliens had Alfa well this looks like aliens had help there's no way we would've had accurate Mercator you know projections on the P. re three snap in fifteen sixteen well we we we can do that for seventy five more years until almost sixteen hundred well why do we have the actor coast of Antarctica you often talked quite a bit about there's just too many pieces of technology that add up to something that is so obvious I think that it's easier to say oil instead hold on your let's talk a little bit more about that again the title of your book fascinating it's not aliens worse it's us all let me explain that.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

13:20 min | 5 months ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dory with you Jared Murphy with us self experimenter a field researcher of ancient technologies lost history jerit is trouble the world searching for evidence of advanced ancestors in high technology his book is called it's not aliens worse it's us discovering our lost history Jared did you find the advanced ancestors out there I keep looking but yeah don't give up no one day you'll be successful I think I feel like we're all helping out there I think so too this is an amazing book by the way it may be and not terms of just pages but in terms of size it's huge you know we're gonna study or engine pass we need something textbook size exactly tell me how did you get started in this project you know I was fascinated with in a storage I thought I'm do fictional story about my means being reanimated by governments and I start looking in and the first thing I run into of all things of all the interesting thing is that a soil that is engineered and I thought that was weird it's all over the earth and Brazil it's in Australia it's in Europe it's in America has two names journalism's and terra preta there are other placards soils but the soils are engineered and a social and they said okay well we've been fighting for a hundred years we don't know how to make it and it's all over the earth and always that interesting let's go look for colonel Percy Fawcett now because he got lost in the jungle in philosophy is the interest like let's back up how is it that no one pays attention if there's engineered soil are they in places that were only identified as nomadic are they formally and others that were not you know not desert's northern Africa Dodger land and in Europe where Scott went all the way to France once was connected what will happen to those valleys and rivers how much engineered soil was and the significance in danger when you say engineered soil what do you mean there is a lot of science scientists looking at soil scientists looking at modern versions and it's burned biomass so it can be anything from a corn to F. kind of what you would think of as far as color just you know your compost but it's specifically combination of wood and other M. and there are so many hundreds of hours of research into this where it's a combination it's such an interesting mix that although we're creating modern ones the ancient ones the ones that were fine enough along these were all these agents assigned all the ones that we've been talking about through the Amazon and in the year of through the Greek areas and Roman and what you're seen apart Hari through Siberia you're looking at a soil that can filter carbon dioxide well it can filter heavy metals it can filter testified and it doesn't and it stays generators and paper after paper scientist after scientist and love to post more on it the scientists that are doing the work everyone at and every paper has some point where they go well we need to do more work on it we're not sure how it works and when you when you talk about engineered it implies that something other than natural has done this would you would would that be the case yeah absolutely if there was a couple scientists as specifically referenced say that journalism's for instance in the looking at sub micron these submicron remnants of burn biomass so this is and forest tar black in carbon these are it's derived from either cellulose are set so it's going to be something organic but it's not a matter of Hey a bunch animals drop dead the decomposed right this is specifically somebody have the mix up the combination specifically of some sort of a word or set and some are young you know it it isn't something that just disappeared there is carbon dating to four thousand years the current I mean they're they're they're being used but you're you're looking at a technology that requires carbon isotope geochemistry and you know looking at really detailed there every physically looking under really tiny you know looking for tiny tiny particles and that's not as exciting as finding a mummy can cut through however it probably works really well it's incredible it has the potential to filter out our carbon issues it is already doing it and from a new transplant point I got tested early with aeroponics NASA developed it to I'm sure you're familiar with it they wanted to get astronauts through space without soil how do you grow it well atomized water with the perfect amount of nutrients and while you have planned spending all their energy growing instead of searching for a place to put the roof so I got down that rabbit hole and found here's the soil these ancient soils there's actually I am apologizing to everyone for saying this but there's a black market for journalism's out of Ukraine they are they making big money on this apparently hundreds of millions and their act only that out of the country what is modern science saying about this church I mean and are they baffled at how what was made yeah they really are I mean they're they're developing new ones are mimicking person okay well it's it's a burn biomass and there's there's modern applications in South America for instance and they're you know they give you specifically a corn based mixed with a particular tree then you might grow a particular fruit or a particular a fruit tree or particular corner something will grow better if you use a particular mix and the the the the parts where you're having filtration of pesticides the part where it's still trading heavy metals and remaining is a soil that's not just a few nutrients but a significant layer and because it's everywhere and it's in areas that were supposed to be an American and a lot of people in Brazil the you know the reports the confused at ours and theirs the stories of all those hundreds of thousand people on the river banks and and our scene with some deforestation large maybe megalithic earthworks that were clearly in areas that were supposed to be you know just natural forests that weren't ever supposed to be occupied by city city but is it that leave a more current city and as I look down the road you have that sunken city up to Cuba that was found by two researchers looking for Spanish gold that find a city that we have photographs of it's it's in the book and it's twenty three hundred feet deep and I ended up marrying okay well if there is a city with terminal off the coast of Cuba and there's engineered soil in areas that aren't occupied currently by other anything other than say post flood tribes then what is the map of the world looks like a fifty thousand years ago that's for Dr Lang came in where if you spent a lot of time I've spent thousands of hours trying to you try to piece together map of the world that gives you a global view it's very hard to find a map that says okay well what does the world look like fifty thousand years ago and you can see Dodger land up close and personal with the missing rivers and valleys and you know from Ireland Scotland all the way to France but you know it's not easy to come up with the sections around India or the sections around Africa and whole lake like was the Mediterranean how lake like was the Caribbean and when you really look back we're talking a few hundred feet we're talking hundreds of miles of missing land for cities that if you take one and I know there's been many other researchers serves the city's off of India and Indonesia there is definitely indications of okay well we know the Greeks and the Romans were just off the coast nose two hundred feet in here some rounds like Alexandria but we're talking twenty three hundred feet deep off the coast fifty thousand year old coastlines look very different our play our society is missing it be like if LA and New York and the all of that was sunk and gone for a thousand years and all we had was a coastline of Nevada Las Vegas and middle eastern seaboard from Virginia North Carolina what would what would the story we would tell ourselves other than recent post flood culture so if you're finding things like a backlit happy if you're finding cities that cannot buy any tectonic plate shift not be above the surface less than fifty it's not like they built a city fifty thousand years ago when they were in time for the flood this is great if this oil wasn't engineered what would happen to the plant it it's interesting the story we tell ourselves in the story that you have been told is you know fifty thousand years ago we were tried we were just nomadic you know and again Turkey is changing that but if we didn't have engineered soil well why go down the road to look at something like say the practice improve oldest preserved mummies on earth generally and you know research was done recently where you have six genetic markers that are not only humans you have a skull with a the final count it doesn't go in where the normal average human spinal column go so you have a race of humans with genetic markers different points of their body that are entirely shaped differently but not because some tried mimicked the culture and elongated the skull I know we're familiar with two can come in and it's a lot of Egypt and through Bosnian and all over the world there are stories of elongated skulls but you have an engineered there are other pieces that pulled together and say okay well we have engineered soil we have injured people and the technology that everyone I think early on you asked what what got me into it and so much as talk to us like Hey look there's this giant pyramid we put it appears to be semantically Pollock on old construction with wave in frequency technology and while this whole wall improve won't fall down if there's an earthquake and it looks like these you know that the technology isn't about just the ancient megalithic stone it's the ancillary technologies that would be required to build those walls and to transport those evidence that the you know the evidences of you wouldn't email technology would need an archaeology to look at what's been dusted what materials are truly on the surface of these buildings when you have foundations along with terra preta the research is also showing from some recent incredible articles from France and Spain and Italy is that they can't help but notice engine or engines poll published on it first and these reports I saw them before they were published and they couldn't help but notice how Greek and Roman amphitheatres for bill for wave cloaking and waive cancellation and they had further done studies that showed stone spheres like the ones found in Costa Rica and all over the earth sixty four tons in Bosnia down the hand size that if you placed stone spheres with different how lower centers or shapes and sizes that they have the ability to wave cancel incoming earthquakes and signals and if you add up terra preta engineered file as it is with journalism and then the stone fears that that the brick and mortar foundation technology and if we go down and look at some of these foundations of these buildings and start looking more at the foundational structures along with the genetic pieces were fine and it's really hard to see a giant wrecked space shuttle that's fifty or a hundred thousand years old and not go well you know the only way if we can't have one story after another where it's constantly well this well this looks like aliens had Alfa well this looks like aliens had help there's no way we would've had accurate Mercator you know projections on the P. re three snap in fifteen sixteen well we we we can do that for seventy five more years until almost sixteen hundred well why do we have the actor coast of Antarctica he often talked quite a bit about there's just too many pieces of technology that add up to something that is so obvious I think that it's easier to say plainly instead hold on your let's talk a little bit more about that again the title of your book fascinating it's not aliens worse.

Jared Murphy researcher
"jared murphy" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Dot Org <Speech_Male> Ben Max from Gotham <Speech_Male> Gazette with Jared <Speech_Male> Murphy of city <Speech_Male> limits we <Speech_Male> just heard from mm city council <Speech_Male> member Justin Brennan <Speech_Male> Brooklyn <Speech_Male> about <Speech_Male> the city's <Speech_Male> preparedness <Speech_Male> or lack thereof <Speech_Male> for major <Speech_Male> weather <Speech_Male> and other emergencies <Speech_Male> <hes> <Speech_Male> and his work coming <Speech_Male> up about <Speech_Male> resiliency <Speech_Male> planning in the city <Speech_Male> council all in trying <Speech_Male> to hold the city administration <Speech_Male> and others <Speech_Male> accountable for <Speech_Male> better resiliency <Speech_Male> planning <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> yeah he raised a lot of interesting <Speech_Male> points. I mean I think <Speech_Male> <hes> it's <Speech_Male> obviously a complex <Speech_Male> issue. The city's <Speech_Male> powers are not <Speech_Male> are <Speech_Male> not universal <Speech_Male> in this or neither <Speech_Male> omnipotent <Speech_Male> <hes> <Speech_Male> and I think there is <Speech_Male> an element of waiting for <Speech_Male> the army <Speech_Male> engineers to figure out what it's <Speech_Male> GonNa do because that really does <Speech_Male> change <Speech_Male> the risks and that's a very <Speech_Male> very <Speech_Male> complex controversial <Speech_Male> debate there. <Speech_Male> What's interesting is <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> one thing I've noticed <Speech_Male> about the the climate <Speech_Male> change conversation <Speech_Male> and I've been <Speech_Male> guilty at this too is that we <Speech_Male> tend to obsess <Speech_Male> on <Speech_Male> the climate the coastal <Speech_Male> risk because <Speech_Male> obviously that was <Speech_Male> you know exemplify <Speech_Male> dramatically <Speech_Male> during sandy <Speech_Male> but it's gonNA <Speech_Male> mean a <Speech_Male> ton of other risks <Speech_Male> to I mean we saw heat? <Speech_Male> We see the outages <Speech_Male> they'll <Speech_Male> be flooding during rainstorms <Speech_Male> has nothing to <Speech_Male> do with the coast or with <Speech_Male> surges there <Speech_Male> <hes> there <Speech_Male> will be <Speech_Male> potential impacts <Speech_Male> on agricultural <Speech_Male> climate refugees. <Speech_Male> I mean there's all <Speech_Male> number of ways. The <Speech_Male> city might might be affected <Speech_Male> and I think part <Speech_Male> of his rest with <Speech_Male> is not just figuring out <Speech_Male> what we do about the <Speech_Male> coast but what's <Speech_Male> GonNa Happen to the <Speech_Male> rest of US inland who <Speech_Male> could be acted by two <Speech_Male> yeah <SpeakerChange> yeah. <Speech_Male> I you know I <Speech_Male> his frustration <Speech_Male> that he was expressing <Speech_Male> their about the <Speech_Male> fact that we don't <Speech_Male> really seem to be very <Speech_Male> far from where we were <Speech_Male> nearly seven <Speech_Male> years ago when sandy <Speech_Male> hit in terms <Speech_Male> of being ready for some <Speech_Male> of the big weather events <Speech_Male> is really troubling <Speech_Male> and as you say <Speech_Male> you know the <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> impacts of climate <Speech_Male> change are going to <Speech_Male> be on all sorts of different <Speech_Male> scales and <Speech_Male> all over the a place <Speech_Male> and so we saw <Speech_Male> that you know with <Speech_Male> heat wave <Speech_Male> and <hes> the <Speech_Male> flash flooding <Speech_Male> that stuff's happening <Speech_Male> all over the place that can <Speech_Male> happen again <Speech_Male> as you say not <Speech_Male> on the coast but <Speech_Male> inland where <Speech_Male> they're happened to be. <Speech_Male> You know <Speech_Male> bad drainage. <Speech_Male> I I mean you know. <Speech_Male> Just some of these. Things <Speech_Male> are are really going <Speech_Male> to be problems unless <Speech_Male> the city really kicks <Speech_Male> <hes> it's planning <Speech_Male> into <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> new phase so <Speech_Male> that'll be of <Speech_Male> course interesting to <Speech_Male> keep watching and <Speech_Male> keep checking in on <Speech_Male> on particularly <Speech_Male> interested as brandon was <Speech_Male> saying about.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Max from MS with Jared Murphy from city limits Jarrett last couple minutes, we heard from Benjamin we heard from Carol Kellerman with her sort of outside watchdog perspective takeaways here, this charter orgin commission, considered some sweeping stuff the staff report largely avoids that. But does poke its its fingers into a lot of parts of city life. It sounds like a little more than Caracalla men would have preferred. But she was obviously glad that they avoided any significant changes. You know, I think a lot of the approach to this commission. Whether you're thinking about the city's democracy, whether you're thinking about how it does land use even budgeting degree criminal Justice reform to whether you thought sweeping change was necessary. Not really depended as one might expect on where you where you sit, you know, folks who have been through rezoning that they find to be on just or or a really concerned about climate change. And what it means for? Waterfront communities, and how we've not really thought about that. See a crisis for which the current system is not well equipped people who think that the low turnout we've had in city elections, fundamentally undercuts the vibrancy and legitimacy of democracy think that broad changes needed. Those you feel as though the city has more or less been managing itself. Well, not only our appetite don't have an appetite for that they actively don't want to see it because they think it will make things need this complicated or mess things up. So I think you really depends on where you're starting the conversation. So it'll be interesting to see from here on out what the next round of hearings indicates and folks should go and make their voices heard. And then where they really head on the specific proposals. Be very interesting to see how this staff report then gets winnowed down further into those actual ballot proposals. And that's really the Beck's. The next big step is the commissioners. Then deciding really where they're going to create proposals around. I think. That the fact that they put some of the biggest recommendations from folks on the sidelines is very interesting and telling I think around land use, especially, you know, that's that's very significant whether it's comprehensive planning or perhaps giving community boards and borough presidents more power, you know, that those things are not moving forward. Particularly interesting. You know, I think what's going to happen is that they are going to pursue ranked choice voting. And I think they are going to pursue some things related to police accountability. And both of those will probably drive the turn out that we do. See I think you'll get a lot of sort of election reform folks who've been pushing ring choice voting to really stir up folks who care about that. And then I think you'll see probably a bit of a fight over the police accountability stuff that comes through if the commission can agree on on how to recommend date recommend changes on that front. And then we'll see what other small changes get recommended that may or may not Stor some people to care and you'll hear and see that here. Maksim Murphy, and certainly got them because to some degree on city limits because it is the ultimate dry wonky topic. But it is so so important, and that's exactly why we're here. So hope you'll join us future. Wednesdays at five pm on WBAI. He's been max, I'm Jared. Murphy have a great week in the greatest city in the world.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Known mixed martial arts performer. Conor mcgregor? Apparently did not want a band to take a picture of him on a smartphone and McGregor went into a bit of a rampage. He allegedly slapped the phone away from the fan, then stomped on it all took place outside Miami Beach, fountain blue hotel police have charged the thirty year old McGregor with felony strong armed robbery and misdemeanor criminal mischief. Steve Futterman, CBS news. President Trump's reported comment that Democrats he Jewish people. As relayed by donors at a closed fundraiser, at mar-a-lago hysteria things up in Washington controversy grows out of House, Democrats, dealing with one of their own the president accused Democrats are being anti Jewish and anti Israel Friday when leaving for moral Lago, but hours later, the axios political website reports, Mr. Trump told a fundraising audience, the Democrats hate Jewish people press secretary, Sarah Sanders, Kelly, Democrats, he Jewish people had a lot of opportunities over the last few weeks to condemn so comments. The president laid out clearly his position on this matter. Democrats have had a number of opportunities to condemn specific comments that have refused to do that house. Democrats could not agree on a resolution criticising freshman Ilan Omar for antisemitic remarks, she made but did approve a resolution condemning bigotry Bob Costantini, the White House a huge shipment of cocaine was discovered at the port in New York. The find a historic seizure. Over four and a half million shipping containers, come through the port of New York. Newark every year fewer like the one drug enforcement agents and police officer seized on February twenty eighth. Authorities announced today that it contained thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine. The drug shipment has a street value of seventy seven million dollars. A thirty said it was the largest drug shipment that they'd interdicted and almost twenty five years the cocaine was divided up into sixty large packages. They didn't say where it was shipped from or where it was destined for the port. Here is the third busiest in the US Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Homeland security officials have set up a new task force in Detroit prion, stop the flow of drugs and counterfeit goods. It's a partnership of multiple federal agencies, including homeland security US customs and border protection as well. As the DA FDA and department of commerce all looking to stem the flow of counterfeit drugs and merchandise coming through Michigan. Jared Murphy is with homeland security. This task force is predicated. On.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Good evening. I'm Jeff ash. Winton? Fires at the editor's desk. Three things to know at ten. Forty five women were found murdered in an apartment in west NAR. Tim Montgomery county when police found the bodies the woman accused with the murders was hiding under a bed with her six-year-old, son. Glenn Bill school is now seeing how various agencies are responding to allegations of staff, physical abuse and administration. Cover-ups Pennsylvania auditor general's office is now beginning its official investigation into the nation's oldest reform school, and it was once a strip of CD motels and gas stations, but for residents of Pam dean and pennsauken, it's finally a walk in the park. Ws? Mike DeNardo reports. At the long-awaited ribbon cutting of gateway park, pennsauken. Mayor Jack Killian could barely contain himself. Manno Manu Schevitz would a place. This is look at this. Awesome. You got the creek backyard. The river back there this stretch along Admiral Wilson boulevard twenty years ago was lined with rundown. Motels frequented by prostitutes. The strip was leveled before the two thousand Republican national convention, but the promise of a public park languished in limbo while county agencies transferred ownership and environmental work to clean up petroleum. Deposits went on now nineteen years later, the park is open and Camden resident Martha Chavez of the group. Friends of Cooper river west is eager to finally take advantage worsening. I'm gonna do is I'm going to take a nice good walk in the park. I am apart Walker. The New Jersey Conservation Foundation will join with the county municipal utilities authority in managing the new park in Camden. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. President. Trump's reported comment that Democrats hate Jewish people as relayed by donors at a closed fundraiser at mar-a-lago stirring, things up in Washington. Controversy grows out of House Democrats, dealing with one of their own the president accused Democrats of being anti Jewish and anti Israel Friday when leaving for moral Longo, but hours later, the axios political website reports, Mr. Trump told a fundraising audience, the Democrats hate Jewish people press secretary, Sarah Sanders, Kelly, Democrats, he Jewish people. They've had a lot of opportunities over the last few weeks to condemn some comments the president laid out clearly his position on this matter. Democrats have had a number of opportunities to condemn specific comments and have refused to do that house. Democrats could not agree on a resolution criticising freshman Ilan Omar for antisemitic remarks, she made but did approve a resolution condemning bigotry Bob Costantini, the White House. A huge shipment of cocaine was discovered at the port in New York. The fine was a historic seizure over four and a half million shipping. Containers, come through the port of New York. Newark every year fewer like the one drug enforcement agents and police officers seized on February twenty eighth. Authorities announced today that it contained thirty two hundred pounds of cocaine. The drug shipment has a street value of seventy seven million dollars. Authorities said it was the largest drug shipment that they'd interdicted in almost twenty five years the cocaine was divided up into sixty large packages. They didn't say where it was shipped from or where it was destined for. The port here is the third busiest in the US Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Homeland security officials have set up a new task force in Detroit to try and stop the flow of drugs in counterfeit goods. It's a partnership of multiple federal agencies, including homeland security US customs and border protection as well. As the DA FDA and department of commerce all looking to stem the flow of counterfeit drugs and merchandise coming through Michigan. Jared Murphy is with homeland security. This task force is predicated on.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Houston in two thousand twenty the by you city was one of three finalists Milwaukee one university of Houston political science, professor Brandon rotting Hal says where they hold the convention has a small and weak relationship to winning that state mostly it's symbolic as a way to be able to show that they care about voters in a particular place, and the Democratic Party needs to show that they care more about these western states did a lot of people say that took for granted and lost in two thousand sixteen. He says picking Houston would have been the party's way of showing they intend to fight for taxes. Miami was also in the running Barbara Schwartz NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells the Washington Post that she believes impeaching President Trump would be too divisive for the country. CBS news political analyst Larry Sabato says some Democrats have been calling for impeachment hearings, but they would not be successful impeachment. Takes a long time. A lot of research a lot of committee hearings. And then of course. That's just for the house of representatives where it may. Or may not pass Pelosi tells the Washington Post that impeachment hearings for President Trump would quote, not be worth it. There's a promising new technique to detect a serious disease CBS's. Deborah Rodriguez has the details study shows doctors may be able to detect signs of Alzheimer's by looking deep into your eyes. Dill? Raj were wall headed up the research at Duke University using a non invasive scanning technique called CTA. Initial results are very promising on being able to use this technology and add to our diagnostic tools after wall says the imaging allows physicians to see key blood vessels in the back of the eye that are smaller than the width of a human hair. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news of the study is published online in ophthalmology retina journal of the American Academy of ophthalmology homeland security officials have set up a new task force in Detroit to stop the flow of drugs and counterfeit goods. It's a partnership of multiple. Federal agencies, including homeland security US customs and border protection as well. As the DA FDA and department of commerce all looking to stem the flow of counterfeit drugs and merchandise coming through Michigan. Jared Murphy is with homeland security. This task force is predicated on.

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"jared murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Max from golfing gazette with Jared Murphy from city limits and Jarrett we heard from Eliza cats at the daily news at a to'real board. Some of our thoughts really significant election day, both nationally and in New York and the conversation is a ready Turney as we did a little bit too. Also, looking ahead now what's going to happen in two thousand eighteen we can leave the federal level of side perhaps a little bit really there's a lot to be determined there. But also so much of our focus both on the show and at our publications, and of course, elsewhere New York is going to be on what's going to happen in New York. Now that you have this unified democratic control of state government coming in for two thousand eighteen will you mention to the top, and that, you know, the day after election feels like speaking as a person raised raise. Click that they have to Christmas what you do with the letdown with the unwrap presence and the tree starting to look a little bit dragged. This is a different day because I think so much about this election has been teasing very concrete ideas of what the next year is going to bring and even beyond that there's just a lot happening to nineteen that's gonna make it a very interesting year. Normally, this is the part for those who follow it closely in our real junkies about it. This is the part of the New York City New York state cycle that is down. Here is the the Europe between a statewide race at a presidential race. There's no city council mayor elections nothing on the state level. All you have really are some traditional elections and three district attorney races. So normally it would be kind of a dead zone struggling, we're gonna talk. But for a lot of reasons there is just a lot happening both in the city and the state and a lot of the same issues all year long, starting frankly with Turney races, one of which at least is going to be very very. Interesting because the queen's just turning Richard Brown is stepping down. And that race is. I think it become a kind of electoral test of some of the sentiment around criminal Justice reform based on some of the people who are running and very different opinions. They have on that topic. I'm interested to see how much of the city's sort of attention gets grabbed by this race queens. Obviously the second biggest borough population wise, there's everything in queens, and I can say that having grown up there with a lot of thirty. But it's going to be really really interesting to see how this district attorney race plays out. It's going to be important. It might even get national attention..

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Preparing for Primary Day

Max & Murphy on Politics

06:50 min | 2 years ago

Preparing for Primary Day

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"jared murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"jared murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"My co host, typically, Jared Murphy of city limits and Dr Christina Greer and what they're talking about in the conversation you're going to hear is ten years since Barack Obama's nomination and what has or hasn't changed. How much of the promise of that moment about? You know this question of a post racial America, questions about unity and hope how much of that was filled, where are we on that now? So that conversations coming up. I a minute of Barack Obama from ten years ago when he accepted the nomination. The forty five years ago today Americans from every corner of this land to stand together on a mall in Washington before Lincoln Memorial and hear a young preacher from Georgia speak of his dream. The men and women who gathered there could have heard many things. They could have heard words of anger and has scored. They have been told to succumb to the fear and frustrations of so many dreams deferred the people, people of every creed and color from every walk of life is that in America, our destiny is inextricably linked. That together, our dreams can be one. We cannot walk alone, the preacher crime. And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always March head. We cannot turn back America. We cannot turn back. So those were the work. So that was just one quick snippet of Barack Obama and that is going to help set the stage for this conversation between Jarrett Murphy and Dr Christina Greer enjoy. So those were the words of then Senator Barack Obama on August twenty. Eighth two thousand eight accepting combination president is felt like this incredible moment. Do you remember they new at hundred feel for you? If felt like a promise of a new day. I was cautiously optimistic only because I studied the presidency and I study American politics and I know the limitations of the role of the presidency. I think that there was a lot of excitement across the country. I don't know if you remember in lots of journalists were throwing around the term post ratio which I rejected then, and I still reject now because I didn't feel like the election of one man who change for hundreds of years of anti-black racism and white supremacy in this country. But I did feel optimistic to a certain extent, a doubt. The possibility of us living up to the ideals of what he said in his speech about the American dream sort of moving past moving forward and leaves a bright positive vision. Unlike some of the things that we're hearing today, one of the things is curious about the speech control it is that above himself never explicitly makes reference to to that. He refers to king speech was five years earlier to that day against fifty, five years really to this anniversary, but that's really his only reference and it's it doesn't actually mean king. To race. He didn't talk much about his place in history. SE left that to others. But even they tended to talk about this moment and you said moving to a poet coast racial world. Without really talking about everything that had happened before, but it was like you're going to get past this without. Right, exactly what we were getting past, which I find really problematic. Right. So on the one hand, Obama is shows come superman, right? He's from everywhere and nowhere and to everyone can put all of their racialist hoops and dreams on him. So whenever you're hangups are whatever, however you process race, everyone sort of put that in him, right? Because he, he had this backstory, this narrative very well crafted narrative, and he sidestepped race a lot. And we know that the one or two times where he actually explicitly talked about race as the president. It was a landmine in it was an explosion. So I'm thinking about one, the skip gates and the beer summit and two. When he offhandedly mentioned that Trayvon Martin after Trayvon Martin's I call it assassination or murder. But legally, I think, has called a death or something, but he said, you know, fat, his son, Trayvon Martin of looked like me and then. In the third example was when he filled out the census and he put black and not mixed, and some people had some issues with that and then he sort of, I think the fourth case was when they got the dog Bo and pushing his water Terry or something like that. But he said, I think, you know, I wanted a month like me into some people had some issues with him using the term of mud. So

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Former Syracuse Mayor Miner Sizes Up Possible Gov Run

Max & Murphy on Politics

10:00 min | 2 years ago

Former Syracuse Mayor Miner Sizes Up Possible Gov Run

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