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Gene Decode: Earth’s ETs

Gene Decode tells Conservative Patriot Nation (CPN) that many non-terrestrial races predated humanity, many of them more prevalent in the country’s Mountain States region..

Decode explains that deep down in the mantle there were perhaps the oldest living beings on Earth, who were non-terrestrials. He says this was before the Earth was solid and actually the moon of another planet, which was in orbit between Mars and Jupiter.

Another race of unfriendly non-terrestrials–the Ant People–inhabited the area in and around the San Luis Valley, in Colorado, followed later by the Arcons. “So you had these beings that were coming to Earth for a very long time,” he says. He explains further, plus offers more intel on Ukraine and the Maui fires, and more.


Will Stallone Be Executed?

Ancient negative demonic energies are the master manipulators of all time! It is against high galactic law to clone! Demons help magicians! Magicians use portals!

Detailed account of the soul-selling ritual! How do they do the soul transfers in sex magic? Jupiter Ascending! They can “trap” a soul into a brick wall! Sylvsester Stallone will be publicly tried and executed but it’s no longer him! More from McAllister TV.

No Photographs Of Earth

Why are there no photographs of Earth? Conspiracy Music Guru gives us his thought-provoking perspective in his musical rendition of  “No Photographs Of Earth.” Video courtesy of GreatAwakening.World.

The Great Conjunction

The Great Conjunction was the star attraction in this year’s winter solstice, where the planets Saturn and Jupiter perfectly aligned with Earth. The event was regarded as widely significant in our culture in many aspects, with religious scholars relating the conjunction to the Star of Bethlehem, visible to observers during the birth of Christ.

Catastrophists worried that the gravitational influence would trigger a powerful solar flare, but the spectacular and rare event passed off into history, much to the delight of many stargazers. Although Saturn and Jupiter pass each other every 20 years, this year’s conjunction brought the planets within a tenth of a degree of each other, the closest in nearly four centuries and the most significant since the year 1226. More from the Lost History Channel TKTC.

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Here’s an incredible time-lapse video of The Great Conjunction, courtesy of the International Astronomical Center.

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A Luciferian Winter Solstice

Jessie Czebotar returns to Sarah Westall’s program to continue helping us understand what the Luciferian cult believes. Today’s show we discuss what the significance of the rare alignment on the winter solstice between Jupiter and Saturn means to the Luciferians. What do they have planned for that day? Also we discuss the Netherlands and the fact that they are one of the world’s main trafficking hubs and the largest supplier of child pornography. This is a two-part video series and we present both videos here.

The Cult Of Saturn

In Greek mythology, Cronus (Saturn) was the leader the first generation of Titans, that ruled during the mythological Golden Age, until he was overthrown by his own son Zeus (Jupiter). One common theme in Indo-European mythology is the presence of a powerful sky god or sky father in the role of a supreme deity and ruler over the gods. This can be found among the myths of the Vedic Indo-Aryans, Latins, Greeks, Phrygians, Thracians, Illyrians, Nordics, Albanians and Hittites. More from Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologist.

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New Dwarf Planet Found

For decades, an object orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter was thought to be just another rock in the asteroid belt. Discovered in 1849, the object was named Hygiea and last week scientists announced that there’s a strong possibility that it qualifies as a dwarf planet. Get the scoop as SciShow Space fills in the details.

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Incredible Journey of Voyager 1

The Voyager 1 spacecraft, launched on September 5, 1977, is the farthest man-made object from Earth at 13.5 billion miles. Among the highlights in its 42-year journey are the mind-blowing close-up photos of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, captured like never before, and magnificent shots of Saturn’s ringlets and two mysterious moons.

In 1990, at a distance of 4 billion miles, scientists pointed the Voyager cameras toward the sun and were rewarded with a “family portrait” of our solar system, capturing Planet Earth as a tiny blue speck in an array of light.  In 2012, Voyager 1, which was built to last only five years, crossed the threshold of interstellar space, still collecting data despite being bombarded daily by dangerous cosmic rays. Tune in as V101 Science features more nuggets from the spacecraft’s incredible journey.

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Getting All Spaced Out

Could there be life on Europa? An icy world on its surface, Jupiter’s smallest of Jupiter’s four Galilean moons looks inhospitable. But because of Jupiter’s immense gravitational pull and activity in its core, Europa has developed several lakes beneath its icy surface and a 62-mile-deep ocean. The ocean is more than likely warmed by geothermal vents, just like Earth, which lends itself to life. In this amazing edition of Hybrid Librarian, hop onboard for a mind-blowing tour of space’s 10 most stunning wonders.

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Go! Girl! Go! — Cuarenta

Astronauts from Earth land on the 13th moon of Jupiter and discover it inhabited by a bevy of nubile, men-hungry, young women in Fire Maidens of Outer Space. The women, it turns out, are transplants from the lost continent of Atlantis! This 1956 entry from Great Britain was but one of many B-grade sci-fi movies that conjured up Amazonian colonies existing beyond the Stratosphere. Other examples of this sub-genre: Cat-Women of the Moon, Queen of Outer Space and Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women.

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