Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS | More
This week on The Gralien Report Podcast, we kick off the program with a belated discussion of Independence Day fireworks, in addition to the occasional appearance of other things in the sky: add to that the spotting of satellites, along with a sprinkling of “black helicopters.” We examine why a subject like this would become relegated to “fringe” thought, despite the existence of actual black helicopters, before looking at a scientist that believes he has discovered magneto-reception, a sort of “sixth sense” in humans. Why does this have skeptics upset, and is there a good case to be made for the legitimacy of the study in question?
Next, we examine an alleged discovery on Google Earth that some believe is representative of China’s version of “Area 51”. Micah explains what the site has to do with Nazi UFO conspiracies, and takes us down the rabbit hole as we examine German rocket scientist Hermann Oberth’s interest in UFOs, and whether he might have actually worked on a mysterious project known popularly as “The Bell.” Did it really exist, and if so, had Oberth been hiding his involvement in the project?
After taking a moment to answer an email from a young fan, in hour two we shift gears and open the old case of “mystery moonlets” that were purportedly being spotted by astronomers back in the 1950s. These objects, if natural, leave us with many questions about how they appeared in Earth orbit. On the other hand, if manmade, “artificial satellites”, the question remains as to who, precisely, launched them… and more importantly, who even had the technology required to launch such craft as far back as 1953! This, and much more, are discussed on this edition of the podcast.
Join us and become a member of Gralien X for more great podcasts and bonus monthly specials.
Sign up today and get access to the entire back catalogue of Gralien Enigmas, in addition to weekly installments of the “additional edition”, the Gralien X Podcast. You can also“Like” us on Facebook, or sign up to follow us on Twitter:
Got information or comments you’d like to share with us for an upcoming edition of the program? Send Micah an email with your thoughts or other information.by