Gigi Young offers a new chapter in her Mars Mysteries series: The Cosmic Con. Here, she dives into the Nazi’s Thule Society and its ideas that Mars, and eventually Earth, were settled by aliens from the planet Aldebaran. She covers varied theorists and propagandists, ranging from Erich Von Daniken to Zecaria Sitchin.
Were there actually ancient gods in ancient times, who guided thinking and progress on Earth, while also pillaging our planet? If so, what are the relics they left behind? Gigi Young explores the myths as well as the possibilities.
A 1963 NASA study concludes that extended space travel would be extremely difficult for humans and suggests that cyborgs or robots ought to be sent on galactic missions instead. Here, Jason Bermas discusses the findings of the study, addressed in a seven-page NASA document called “Engineering Man for Space: The Cyborg Study.”
Rather than focusing on manned space missions, interplanetary travels should be done by cyborgs, the study reports. The first planet targeted: Mars.
Gene Decode joins David Rodriguez on Nino’s Corner TV with an update on events across the globe. Decode details the ongoing underground battles between the Alliance and the non-terrestrials, touches on the Russia-Ukraine conflict, China’s plans for Taiwan and gives pertinent intel on CERN and DUMBS, including the massive underground tunnel in Dulce, N.M., which features a portal to Mars.
Gigi Young joins the Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt for a discussion on Mars, Elon Musk, Nazis and the UFO File. They get into Stargate and mystery school concepts as well as how the Greys have started to mix in human DNA to save themselves from extinction. This turns toward a discussion of transhumanism and the obsession with DNA and genetics.
Imagine traveling to Mars in three days, or to the moon in less than 24 hours. Nuclear-infusion rocket technology might well be the answer to faster inter-planetary travel. And if you’re wondering if we are alone in the universe, the Alpha Centauri constellation, 4.37 light years from Earth, would be reachable in six years. More on this fascinating concept from Brilliant.org.
The surface of the moon may not be as barren and lifeless as we’ve been led to believe, say planetary researchers Ben Pellom and Tommy “Tacoma” Huppert. In a shocking revelation on NVTV, with host Nicholas Veniamin, they said the lunar surface is dotted with structures throughout the planet, especially in the north polar area.
Huppert says his planetary research has revealed the same phenomenon on all rock planets in the solar system, adding the structures on the moon and Mars are exceptional. Pellom, a retired U.S. Navy veteran, says the moon has enough oxygen to sustain 8 billion people for 100,000 years, according to SingularityHub.com. And stunningly, Pellom says, he believes the moon is actually a lot closer to Earth than the 238,900 we’ve been told all our lives. Here’s Veniamin with his report and please judge the material for yourself.
Settling on the Moon or Mars may be all the buzz, but how about we all move to Ceres, an icy dwarf planet in the middle of the solar system? What would make this a good candidate for a space settlement? What kind of orbiting habitat could we build there? And what would it be like to settle on the surface of this icy world?
The only dwarf planet in our solar system, Ceres is 13 times smaller than Earth, but it is the largest object located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, and resembles our own moon. A day on Ceres is nine hours and one year is 1,682 Earth days. With more on this fascinating story is the What If channel.
Zecharia Sitchin (1920-2010) was one of the few scholars able to read and interpret ancient Sumerian and Akkadian clay tablets. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Sitchin advanced the notion that the Sumerians became masters of astronomy by studying under ancient astronauts he called the Annunaki.
He believed the Annunaki came from a planet called Nibiru, or Planet X, that belongs within our solar system following an elliptical 3,600-year orbit around the Sun. Some have argued that the Earth itself was created when Nibiru crashed into a much larger planet beyond the orbit of Mars, not only spinning off the Earth but also all the splintered shards that form the asteroid belt.
Here is the last public appearance by Sitchin before his death in 2010. Needless to say, his controversial theories on the Annunaki origins of humanity have drawn both widespread interest as well as criticism. He’s also been attacked as a Free Mason, pushing the agenda of that secret society.
This broadcast — split into two parts — opens our new five-week series on ancient astronauts. Did they exist? Did they teach early man the secrets of the universe? Did they play a role in creating our first ancestors through genetic engineering with Homo Erectus. This broadcast is from the series Ancient Secret Discoveries.
Look for Part Two in our series The Heavens Opened Above next Sunday as we bring you the stunning Biblical translations of Italy’s Mauro Biglino, longtime editor at Edizioni San Pablo.