Monthly Archives: December 2013
12-18-13- Dr. Hildy® and Marc ‘The Arc’ Turian: ALL of the ABOVE – WHAT in Heaven’s Name Is Going On?
The Truth About Fukushima 2014 – Marc* the Arcturian UNPlugged – YouTube
December 16, 2013 is the true end of The Mayan Calendar, If you divide the Gregorian Calendar into 13th months with 28 days starting on January 1st… December 3rd marks the beginning of the 13th month with December 16 being the 13th day of the 13th year. If you thought that wasn’t enough, December 16 is the date that the Sun is in the Golden Gate and the full moon is in the Silver Gate plus we have Earth, Venus & Ison in equal distance from each other forming a perfect pyramid! –Melchizedek144 –
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Wednesday, December 18, 2013 – 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
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Ison’s Debris Trail/Data – Excellent Explanation
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As we approach the end of our calendar year, it is our tendency to reflect on the year gone by, to gather with friends, and to generally relax and let the time wind down until we hit that giant magical reset button on January 1st. While this may be a common practice for our society, the cosmos is only getting started. The coming months are a hotbed of activity, both celestial and terrestrial. So what lies in store for us?
This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes back returning guest, Marc ‘TheArc’ Turian to discuss all the comings and goings in space that affect us here on earth. ( Who IS Marc ‘The Arc’ Turian )
One major event is the “return” of the Comet ISON. Despite the comet already passing by Earth, it’s journey towards the sun has caused the comet to rapidly expand and fragment into millions of much smaller pieces. Earth is scheduled to potentially pass through the tail of the comet, and the debris field and solar radiation it contains, in January 2014. What will this mean for us? Only time can tell.
Earth is also entering a stream of debris from Comet 3200 Phaethon, the source of the annual Geminid meteor shower. Geminids are one of the most reliable of the major annual showers presently observable. The shower’s peak this year has a waxing moon to contend with, and observers must make the best of the brief dark-sky spell during the hours between midnight and dawn. This year’s Zenithal Hourly Rate (ZHR) is 120 meteors per hour. Read the rest of this entry
America Unearthed with Scott Wolter
to be featured in an episode on the History 2 Channel
Saturday, DECEMBER 28, 2013, at 8PM CENTRAL TIME
Harry Hubbard has been following this unbelievable story for 20 years, written two books titled Tomb Chronicles I and II with Tomb Chronicles III currently in the works. He has directed dozens of documentaries and written several short stories published in various monthlies.
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Wednesday, December 11, 2013 – 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
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12-11-13-Dr. Hildy® & Harry Hubbard – ILLINOIS: Lost Tomb of Alexander The Great – Part 1 –
12-11-13-Dr. Hildy® & Harry Hubbard – ILLINOIS: Lost Tomb of Alexander The Great Part – 2
There are few people in the history who have had as great an impact on our entire society as Alexander the Great. The Macedonian leader’s dominion over the world 300 years before Jesus’ birth largely shaped the cultural and linguistic commonalities across all of Asia and Europe. So how could it be that this great Eurasian king’s tomb lies in southeastern Illinois?
Recently discovered artifacts found in the mid-west prove that a colony of ancient mariners set sail from the Mediterranean Sea between 30 and 25 B.C. A hoard of ancient tablets, now scattered around the globe, tell the true story of how these people sailed up the Mississippi and Ohio River Basins. Their journey was made possible with the assistance of a noble ancient king who provided them with a large ocean vessel. They brought with them their religious rituals, sacrifices as well as many other customs of their ancestors.
In spring of 1925, a local resident, Orville Lowery and his six-year-old Fern began to explore a ravine near their garden. Several feet away from the bluff, Fern discovered a hole cut through the sandstone by
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human hands. She called her father over to investigate the hole which he determined was of ancient origin. 201 #10 Thelma McClain Map . Orville worked for years attempting to get investigators from the State of Illinois to examine this discovery, but was rebuffed by experts who sloughed off the idea that anything of ancient significance could possibly exist in the most remote regions of Marion County.
All was quiet for decades, until the summer of 1961 when Michael Paul Henson, the most famous treasure guide writer in the country, approached Orville after reading about the Lowery’s discovery in the Salem courthouse. Excited at the renewed interest, Orville met with Read the rest of this entry
Most nutritionists will tell you that the key to a happy and healthy lifestyle doesn’t lie completely in the foods you eat and the exercise you do, but rather in one’s vitamin level. Vitamins, Enzymes and Phyto-Chemicals are essential to life. They contribute to good health by regulating the metabolism and assisting the biochemical process that release energy from digested food. But where can they be found besides in pill form?
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Shoshanna Allison to discuss the importance of Vitamins, Enzymes and Phyto-Chemicals.
FROM DR. HILDY:
December 4, 2013
Special Updates on Vitamins, Enzymes and Phytochemicals
Vitamins are essential to life. They contribute to good health by regulating the metabolism and assisting the biochemical process that release energy from digested food. They are considered micronutrients because the body needs them in relatively small amounts compared with nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats and water. Read the rest of this entry