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Joined: October 26th, 2004, 8:15 pm

September 17th, 2013, 3:39 pm #1

Just been listening to a recent edition of 'Coast to Coast AM' about the 'Hollow Earth' theory and
also the 'Face on Mars'. I've only just cottoned on to this US radio station earlier this year and I am
absolutely hooked. Anyone else a fan/listener here?
There's some theories and guests on very occasionally who are just plain whacko, but for the most part
the subjects they cover are very compelling, frightening and thought-provoking - but then I love this sort
of stuff anyway.

Wonder if Bowie has tuned into this at some point?
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September 17th, 2013, 3:51 pm #2

Yeah it's been going a while. It's entertaining.
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September 17th, 2013, 4:00 pm #3

used to listen to this on US late night am radio
once in a while when I couldn't Zzzzzzz good. I liked
Particularly his guests who spoke about the 'haarp' project.
Also good were shows about ' astral projection' . ..OH and 'planet x'
.... It's difficult because I never was wide awake when I tuned in. The original
host had a fantastic radio voice..... Maybe PK could have him as a guest
on this bww channel - that would bee nice, ... Eh?

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Sun, Rain, Fire, You, Me</p>
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September 17th, 2013, 8:24 pm #4

I think that may have been Art Bell -Mt Obvious or even the dulcet tones of John B Wells - what a superb radio voice he has.
You're right about stuff like HAARRP, that's the scary element. Also recent reports of strange noises and booms in parts of the world. Some of the ufo and alien accounts are chilling in their conviction.
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September 17th, 2013, 9:22 pm #5

DING!! That's IT, Tino.
... And Art Bell and "Coast to Coast" had
a nice website/blog back in 2002 or so
that he would refer his listeners to. Really
a groundbreaking format to cross n' match
information mediums like that. Absolutely
MAD subject matter presented in a most
cogent and sincere manner.

Here's what the "Coast to Coast"
Web page look(ed) like:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/som ... time-shows

And here is a 2005 feature that prominently features
Dizzy David and his automobile mounted UFO
hunting gear:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2005/08/03



THANK YOU FOR THE REMINDER !
.... for example - is this just not great?
"Griff talked about his involvement in Alex Jones' film, The Obama Deception. According to Griff, Obama positioned himself with rap artists to give him a "fly dope vibe" that would entice young people to vote for him without critically examining his Illuminati-backed agenda. He suggested that this elite group is behind the success of famous rappers, noting how Jay Z and other high profile hip hop artists have helped fuel the Illuminati agenda. Griff spoke about how sacred symbols have been co-opted by the Illuminati-controlled entertainment industry for subversive/demonic purposes, since people resonate with these symbols on a spiritual level."


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September 17th, 2013, 9:49 pm #6

Just been listening to a recent edition of 'Coast to Coast AM' about the 'Hollow Earth' theory and
also the 'Face on Mars'. I've only just cottoned on to this US radio station earlier this year and I am
absolutely hooked. Anyone else a fan/listener here?
There's some theories and guests on very occasionally who are just plain whacko, but for the most part
the subjects they cover are very compelling, frightening and thought-provoking - but then I love this sort
of stuff anyway.

Wonder if Bowie has tuned into this at some point?
Thanx Tino was not familiar with that one, have to check it out.
Love watching "Ancient Aliens" on the History channel.
Some of it thought provoking, some is hokey.

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September 17th, 2013, 9:54 pm #7

DING!! That's IT, Tino.
... And Art Bell and "Coast to Coast" had
a nice website/blog back in 2002 or so
that he would refer his listeners to. Really
a groundbreaking format to cross n' match
information mediums like that. Absolutely
MAD subject matter presented in a most
cogent and sincere manner.

Here's what the "Coast to Coast"
Web page look(ed) like:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/som ... time-shows

And here is a 2005 feature that prominently features
Dizzy David and his automobile mounted UFO
hunting gear:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2005/08/03



THANK YOU FOR THE REMINDER !
.... for example - is this just not great?
"Griff talked about his involvement in Alex Jones' film, The Obama Deception. According to Griff, Obama positioned himself with rap artists to give him a "fly dope vibe" that would entice young people to vote for him without critically examining his Illuminati-backed agenda. He suggested that this elite group is behind the success of famous rappers, noting how Jay Z and other high profile hip hop artists have helped fuel the Illuminati agenda. Griff spoke about how sacred symbols have been co-opted by the Illuminati-controlled entertainment industry for subversive/demonic purposes, since people resonate with these symbols on a spiritual level."


<p>
Sun, Rain, Fire, You, Me</p>
It's not mad subject matter!! Conspiracy believers have been laughed at since the internet first became popular but look what's happening now. They're all being proved right! The next big one I think, is the existence of alien life. We're already being conditioned for the announcement by scientists proclaiming recently that human life probably came from Mars! Here's the last ever photograph sent from the Mars Exploration Rover on March 22, 2010. Straight after this was sent, all communications went dead!



Mist

Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, simply posting on BWW." - Me.
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September 18th, 2013, 8:15 am #8

DING!! That's IT, Tino.
... And Art Bell and "Coast to Coast" had
a nice website/blog back in 2002 or so
that he would refer his listeners to. Really
a groundbreaking format to cross n' match
information mediums like that. Absolutely
MAD subject matter presented in a most
cogent and sincere manner.

Here's what the "Coast to Coast"
Web page look(ed) like:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/som ... time-shows

And here is a 2005 feature that prominently features
Dizzy David and his automobile mounted UFO
hunting gear:
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2005/08/03



THANK YOU FOR THE REMINDER !
.... for example - is this just not great?
"Griff talked about his involvement in Alex Jones' film, The Obama Deception. According to Griff, Obama positioned himself with rap artists to give him a "fly dope vibe" that would entice young people to vote for him without critically examining his Illuminati-backed agenda. He suggested that this elite group is behind the success of famous rappers, noting how Jay Z and other high profile hip hop artists have helped fuel the Illuminati agenda. Griff spoke about how sacred symbols have been co-opted by the Illuminati-controlled entertainment industry for subversive/demonic purposes, since people resonate with these symbols on a spiritual level."


<p>
Sun, Rain, Fire, You, Me</p>
That is still the actual main website page Mt. I can't believe how long this show's been going and off my radar for so
long, but then I'm new to streaming radio sites only dallying with them in recent years. I actually came across it on
YouTube and listen to most shows on there. Yeh, the other presenters hold Art Bell in high esteem it seems and listening
to some of the archive shows I can see why. I wouldn't term all of the subject matter mad Mt, although as I said, you do
get a tiny percentage (seemingly?) of deluded people mainly on the phone-ins. For the most part, all of the paranormal
material comes from sincere, extremely well-informed, credible and stable sources and contributors, i.e. ex-NASA, politics,
military and other trusted life-styles.
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September 18th, 2013, 8:30 am #9

It's not mad subject matter!! Conspiracy believers have been laughed at since the internet first became popular but look what's happening now. They're all being proved right! The next big one I think, is the existence of alien life. We're already being conditioned for the announcement by scientists proclaiming recently that human life probably came from Mars! Here's the last ever photograph sent from the Mars Exploration Rover on March 22, 2010. Straight after this was sent, all communications went dead!



Mist

Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, simply posting on BWW." - Me.
Michael, I'm reading Richard C. Hoagland's 'Monuments of Mars' at the moment and with each page I turn
there is a slowly growing conviction in my gut that what he is trying to get across to people about the 'Face
on Mars' is gaining more ground. Indeed, why is the science mainstream always ready to laugh at this sort
of thing. I suspect a lot of them actually believe but to save face they publicly refute any non-conformist
claims or theories or -yes actual 'observations'. Having said that, I find a tiny bit of Hoagland's photo-details
very hard to clarify with my eyes: i.e. the so-called 'honeycombe' features in the Martian cities. The rest of
his data - well, I'm sold 100%. You want to listen to the veteran journalist Linda Moulton-Howehttp://www.earthfiles.com/
and her tireless and commendable campaign to show the world 'what lies beneath' our daily perception of reality
- she covers truly diverse and superb material. An example is the 12,000 year old Gobeckli Tepe in Turkey - clearly flying
in the face of the previously 'accepted' 5,000 year civilization theories.
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September 18th, 2013, 8:42 am #10

Thanx Tino was not familiar with that one, have to check it out.
Love watching "Ancient Aliens" on the History channel.
Some of it thought provoking, some is hokey.

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Psycho, it's good stuff believe me and even more credible than AA - which you're right about btw - a lot
of the regular presenters too readily conclude 'it HAS to be aliens!' which makes me laugh. BUT - the show
is an eye-opener for the most part and although derided by the in my opinion 'unenlightened' majority, very
plausible and practical questions such as why ( and HOW) would ancient builders go to the trouble of lifting
100-200 TON block of stone to build 'tombs'(?) or monuments when simpler method would be to use smaller,
more manageable blocks? There are theories being bandied around that sound technology was used to heave
these blocks - when by all rights such technology shouldn't have existed. This brings up the current HAARP
stories of sound and atmospheric experiments - VERY plausible. But in ancient times? Maybe we have a collective
'amnesia' concerning a 'Master Race' (the 'Supermen"?) that preceded us many, many aeons ago?

I bet a pound to a penny the guvnor believes in all this in part at least.
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September 20th, 2013, 10:36 pm #11



I love a bit of conspiracy theory but there ain't no life on Mars. Not for a billion years that's for sure.

If that picture is showing alien life then were are all the tracks that a vehicle would leave? Where are the cities? Roads? There are orbiting ships around Mars. I'm pretty sure they'd capture anything that moves.

I've no doubt that there are theories which are true. Like the dark powers that rule our lives. But I don't believe space ships have ever visited our little rock.

As Eliza Doolittle says in My Fair Lady, show me!
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September 20th, 2013, 10:47 pm #12

In the case of UFOs, it seems to be in everybodys interest that they're not announced. It's big business now and there are all these 'researchers' whose source of income would disappear instantly if alien spacecraft were ever proven.

In the Mars picture (which apart from my own copy) has now been removed from the net (true btw, I hunted for it, even the video's been removed from YouTube), you can see the figure laying flat on his stomach a bit like an army sniper would do. He appears to be holding some kind of box in front of him. Now, picture a ridge or dip running behind him where his feet are. You can see two heads poking up, looking over the ridge. The main vehicle is sitting on a dirt road, probably what you'd find in a desert here. There's the other object to the right which clearly has geometric steps leading into it.

Unless this is faked, ie shot here on Earth, then I'd say it was pretty compelling that there is indeed life on Mars, thus answering Bowies question into the bargain!

Mist.

Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, simply posting on BWW." - Me.
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September 20th, 2013, 11:35 pm #13

<p>The husband was awfully well-versed in this stuff - I called him my man of science and my man of pseudoscience. And if I recollect rightly, Mr. Bowie was into the Weird Stuff as far back as the Sixties.</p>

"Schtum!"
"Schtum!"
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September 20th, 2013, 11:42 pm #14

I've seen two UFOs. one with a witness who saw the thing before I did. I can't say they were aliens or anything, but they were not your typical aircraft. Sci Fi was a staple diet of mine when I was a very young kid, so an interest in these kind of things just came naturally to me.

What does make me doubt that alien spacecraft have been visiting this planet is that so far, nothing has appeared on Wikileaks or indeed, the Snowden files.

Mist.

Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, simply posting on BWW." - Me.
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September 21st, 2013, 12:29 am #15


The world we live in today means that everyone has a camera/video on hand. Yet I've never seen any decent pictures or videos of a UFO. And why would they need lights? I'm pretty sure if there is beings with the technology to travel through billions of miles of space they wouldn't need lights to see in the dark!!

I want to believe. I really do. But the people who do believe tend to be sci-fan fans.

My own theory is that if there are advanced beings with us on this planet then they're subterranean. Its quite feasible that a race of beings broke off from us at some point in the very distant past and went underground to escape a natural disaster. All it takes is one genius to set things in motion technology wise. Where will we be in a thousand years time? Look where we were a thousand years ago.
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September 21st, 2013, 12:33 am #16

Well see, I put forward that idea in 2000, that there was a subterranean race. I called it 'Binary Evolution'.

http://rdolan.hostcentric.com/projectpr ... /BnEv.html

Mist.



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September 21st, 2013, 2:24 am #17



Very interesting.

I don't buy the atomic bomb thing but the evolution of the subterraneans is plausible enough. I'd imagine if they existed they would have been on the surface plenty of times. But why would they build flying sauces? Are there vast tunnels miles below our feet and that is how they get around? Who knows. But they'd have to be very very deep because we would have come across them at some point in the last 50 years.

Or maybe we have.
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September 21st, 2013, 2:37 am #18

Just been listening to a recent edition of 'Coast to Coast AM' about the 'Hollow Earth' theory and
also the 'Face on Mars'. I've only just cottoned on to this US radio station earlier this year and I am
absolutely hooked. Anyone else a fan/listener here?
There's some theories and guests on very occasionally who are just plain whacko, but for the most part
the subjects they cover are very compelling, frightening and thought-provoking - but then I love this sort
of stuff anyway.

Wonder if Bowie has tuned into this at some point?
"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand."
Albert Einstein



Namaste

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April 15th, 2018, 1:24 am #19

RIP
Art Bell
And to follow, Planet X is back in the news and the world will end April 23rd.
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