Broadcast Link EP. 009 we welcome researcher and author Ross Hamilton onto the show to discuss his research process. how he got into researching North American ancient history, Star Mounds in North America, the Serpent…
Scott Creighton joins us to discuss that despite millennia of fame, the origins of the Great Pyramid of Giza are shrouded in mystery. Believed to be the tomb of an Egyptian king, even though no remains have ever been found, its construction date of roughly 2550 BCE is tied to only one piece of evidence: the crudely painted marks within the pyramid’s hidden chambers that refer to the 4th Dynasty king Khufu, discovered in 1837 by Colonel Howard Vyse and his team.
Robert Bauval sat down with Chris over Skype for an impromptu talk that turned into a VERY interesting interview regarding the Orion Correlation, the work he is doing at the moment, his recent thoughts on what the Great Pyramid might actually have been built for, and his upcoming books. It was so good, Robert and Chris recorded it for your enjoyment and education!
We welcome Steven Myers into the den to discuss his famous theories on how the Great Pyramid could have been built using an ingenious system of waterways and pools to float the stones used to construct the Great Pyramid from quarry to placement. We will also touch on his use of memes meant to humorously demonstrate logical fallacies in many of the Giza correlation theories.
Richard Cassaro joins us to talk about the propagation of the same symbolism in religions and architecture throughout history, and how this could potentially prove the existence of a lost golden age of civilization. We are also going to discuss Freemasonry, and how it has affected the way he looks at the evidence.
Nephilim, Giants, and The Annunaki are subjects we have discussed on this show, but never as a featured episode. We being believers in the possibility of the ancient alien hypothesis, and that aliens have visited/are visiting Earth, we wanted to bring in artist, designer, author, researcher, and all around swell guy - Scotty Roberts to discuss it at length. We will also talk with Scotty about his love of graphic design and photography. Since host Chris is also attempting a mean growth of facial hair, we may also learn about how Scotty he grew and keeps that moustache looking so fantastic all the time!
Laird Scranton is joining us for a special afternoon episode to talk about his new book, The Mystery of Skara Brae: Neolithic Scotland and the Origins of Ancient Egypt, as well as delve deep into the subject of how the oldest and most well preserved neolithic site in the UK is connected to the Dogon People 5000 Km away, and early dynastic Egypt! as always for big featured guests, we dig deep with Laird through is vast trove of internal knowledge to explore the profound concepts to get one step closer to the bottom of the most important questions: "Where do we come from, and why are we here?"