Edgar Cayce & the Atlantis Search - Dr. Greg Little ((Classic))
Host: George Noory
Guests: Gregory Little
Edgar Cayce expert, Dr. Greg Little, discussed the life and work of Cayce and also presented an update on the search for Atlantis. Edgar began having visions when he was just seven years old, and an angelic entity granted him his wish to help sick people, Little recounted. Cayce was dubbed "the Sleeping Prophet" by the New York Times as he gave his readings in a trance state, and he was one of the first to present the idea of holistic health to America.
The topic of Atlantis came up numerous times during Cayce's readings, said Little. The civilization, according to Cayce, began around 200,000 years ago and stretched from the Straits of Gibraltar to the Bahamas. Its final destruction occurred around 10,000 BC, but priests who used crystals to "communicate with other worlds" were warned about the coming cataclysm. This led them to construct three "Hall of Records," which were located in Egypt (under the Sphinx), at Piedras Negras, Guatemala and near the Bimini Islands.
Little detailed his underwater investigations at Bimini and Andros Islands-- his most recent trip there was in May 2005. In regards to what is called the "Bimini Road," he described a formation of six-sided rectangular slabs which are 2ft. by 3ft. each. The stones were not actually part of a road, but rather composed a harbor works, that was used as a huge breakwater for maritime activity, he suggested. Little said that seven different categories prove these stones were man-made, and they probably date back at least 10,000 years.
GLENN: Let me go to Rand Paul who, Senator, I have to tell ya you are a ‑‑ you are several beams of sunshine right now. Thank you for what you're doing in these hearings. Thank you for saying the tough things. I mean, you asked John Kerry this about Egypt. Go, play the question.
RAND PAUL: We've heard President Morsi's comments about Zionists and Israelis being bloodsuckers and descendants of apes and pigs. Do you think it's wise to send them F‑16s and Abram tanks?
KERRY: I think those comments are reprehensible.
GLENN: Oh, jeez. Stop. I can't hear it. All he said was it's reprehensible and he's explained them. How do you explain pigs and apes? And then we look at them as any kind of ally. Were you satisfied with his answer?
RAND PAUL: Absolutely not. And I think at the very least, at the very least the weapons should be held up and for six months to a year see if they are going to be a stable government but really we don't have the money to be doing it. All it does is make Israel's job harder because if we give 20 F‑16s to Egypt, Israel thinks they have got to have 25 Neu new one and it's an arms race that we're funding both sides of. But it's a real mistake to send it to countries who really don't seem to be part of the civilized world.
GLENN: You know one of the things that I ‑‑ I mean, I'm becoming more libertarian every day, and I'm not an isolationist but I think we have made so many mistakes because we believe the enemy of the enemy is my friend.
RAND PAUL: Well, we did it. For ten years we support the mujahideen and guess who was part of the mujahideen? Bin Laden.
POLICE STATE UK - Police Being Replaced By Private Security? The chief constable of South Yorkshire Police has denied reports his force is taking police off the beat and replacing them with community officers. David Crompton said that, far from diluting front line policing, he was strengthening it. But his words have failed to pacify some critics who believe the force is planning "policing on the cheap". The controversy follows a "rebranding" of police community support officers in South Yorkshire as the public's first point of contact. But Mr Crompton said reports of the proposals had created a "storm in a teacup". PCSOs and their powers: :: They have no power of arrest, except by citizen's arrest. :: They are not allowed to investigate crimes or interview and process suspects. :: They only receive a short training course - as opposed to police constables - who need two years. :: They do not carry out the more complex and high-risk tasks that police officers perform. Police community support officers Former Home Secretary David Blunkett, who introduced PCSOs, raised concerns about the plans. "Community support officers are intended to be part of neighbourhood beat teams and not a replacement for them, " he said. "It would be deeply regrettable if we reverted to the Z-Cars era of flying squads and concentration on reaction rather than prevention." It is proposed that PCSOs in the county will become known as local beat officers (LBOs) but will continue to have fewer powers than a warranted constable. Mr Crompton said: "Reports suggesting that this would result in less police officers on the beat are inaccurate. Police officers will remain visible in the community and continue to work in the same areas that they do now. "PCSOs will continue their valuable role working alongside police officers and special constables in safer neighbourhood team working in communities as they always have done.
Paul Connett, Executive Director of the Fluoride Action Network, joined Ian to discuss the truth about fluoride and how this toxic chemical has no real health benefits whatsoever.
Dr. Paul Connett is a graduate of Cambridge University and holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from Dartmouth College. Paul is the Executive Director of the Fluoride Action Network and has researched fluoride's toxicity for nearly 11 years. He has given invited presentations to the Fluoridation Forum in Ireland, the Japanese Society for Fluoride Research and the American College of Toxicology.
Conspiracy theories involving fluoridation are common, and include claims that fluoridation was motivated by protecting the U.S. atomic bomb program from litigation, that (as famously parodied in the film Dr. Strangelove) it is part of a Communist or New World Order plot to take over the world, that it was pioneered by a German chemical company to make people submissive to those in power, that behind the scenes it is promoted by the sugary food or phosphate fertilizer or aluminum industries, or that it is a smokescreen to cover failure to provide dental care to the poor. One such theory is that fluoridation was a public-relations ruse sponsored by fluoride polluters such as the aluminum maker Alcoa and the Manhattan Project, with conspirators that included industrialist Andrew Mellon and the Mellon Institute's researcher Gerald J. Cox, the Kettering Laboratory of the University of Cincinnati, the Federal Security Agency's administrator Oscar R. Ewing, and public-relations strategist Edward Bernays. Specific antifluoridation arguments change to match the spirit of the time.
Opponents of fluoridation include Arvid Carlsson, Dr. Marcus Williams, Dr. Charles Gordon Heyd, researchers, dental and medical, alternative medical practitioners such as chiropractors, and health food enthusiasts; a few religious objectors, mostly Christian Scientists in the U.S.; and occasionally consumer groups and environmentalists. Organized political opposition has come from libertarians,the John Birch Society, and from groups like Green parties in the UK and New Zealand