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    The Cosmic Seed With Author Ed Fulco http://thecosmicseed.info/ Show Tuesday July 13th 8:00 PM CST Call-in Number: (646) 915-9605 To listen to the show at
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      The Cosmic Seed With Author Ed Fulco


      Show Tuesday July 13th 8:00 PM CST

      Call-in Number: (646) 915-9605

      To listen to the show at showtime click either of the two links below

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      Why do Some Abductees Accept their Abductions and Some Do Not?

      Are we alone in the universe? The government maintains that we are but Ed Fulco knows better. Ed Fulco had contact with extraterrestrial beings which changed his life forever. In The Cosmic Seed Trilogy (Fulco Enterprises, 2008), Ed Fulco writes under the pseudonym of Henry Edward Webster to introduce concepts about why aliens are here and what they might want.

      Some of the lessons Henry learns in The Cosmic Seed are gleaned from the "Universal Learning Concepts". These concepts enhance knowledge and progress for aliens and the humans that work with them. Throughout Henry's journey to save earth and himself, he learns the "Universal Learning Concepts". All thirteen "Universal Learning Concepts" are guideposts that every being -human or other -should know.

      Using Henry's narrative, Ed confronts several hard questions such as:

      a.. What is the secret of Area 51?
      b.. Why do some abductees accept their abductions and some do not?
      c.. What is the government hiding about alien abductions and UFOs?
      d.. What do the aliens who abduct people want?
      e.. And much more!

      Alien abduction has been a long running punch line for comedians and media for more than a century. Those who accept what happened to them struggle with questions such as was that real?, why me? and what do they want? Ed Fulco discusses these and many more compelling questions in The Cosmic Seed.

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      About The Author

      Henry Edward Webster is a pseudonym for author/publisher Edward Philip Fulco. Mr. Fulco welcomes the controversy the subject of this trilogy brings to the public. He has little patience for UFO fakes, public and private debunkers, government cover-ups, or misinformation programs. It is Mr. Fulco's hope that The Cosmic Seed Trilogy will excite the public interest in alien abductions and the UFO phenomenon. He welcomes questions about aliens, government involvement, UFO sightings, and people's reaction to the subject.

      For a review copy of The Cosmic Seed Trilogy or to interview Ed Fulco

      please contact Sabrina at (402) 484-8124 or email: sabrina@...

      The Mayan Calender, 2011-2012; What On Earth Is Going On With Presenters Max And Alana Tobin


      Show airs 14/15th July, Wedsnesday at 8:00pm US Central time and Thursday at 1:00pm NZ time.

      Call in number (646)915-9605

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      Biographical Background:
      Alana Tobin is a skilled and seasoned Telepath, Psychic Medium, Transition Facilitator and trained Life Coach/Counsellor.

      Max Tobin is a Visionary, an articulate Story Teller, Transition Facilitator and a Digital Publisher through Media Magnetix.

      Alana and Max are committed gardeners intent on co-creating and celebrating a conscious relationship with Earth and within Community.

      What On Earth is Going On?
      The Creator has provided humanity with a Divine Blueprint which has been gifted to and through the Mayan people in the form of a Calendar System which is core to the Maya's cosmology.

      The Calendar combines symbolic glyphs and numbers which move in an intricate dance relative to each other, and their purpose is to describe and track the patterns of creation. Ironically and paradoxically, this calendar system is better utilised to understand the transformation of consciousness within our global cultures (Divine Alchemy) rather than it merely being a time-keeping tool which records linear time.

      Humanity is being gifted an opportunity to align within the field of unity in support of transforming the current collective human condition. Individuals can choose to play out the dramas of co-creating and living therefore within a world where suffering is the natural consequence within a 'separation consciousness.' However there is an alternative option for individuals to choose to consciously align within the Divine flow - to utilise this plan of creation which supports a return to a 'unity consciousness'. Is a Map not essential to guide us through this time of great transformative change? The fulfillment of the cosmic plan will require each of us to step up to the role of co-creator within this divine plan.
      Max and Alana provide an introduction to the Mayan Calendar system and how it supports humanity gaining a deeper understanding of what is truly going on upon planet Earth. Through our cultivating and growing a conscious relationship with Earth, humanity is empowered to embody and express conscious mastery. In order to exhibit mastery however, we as an evolving humanity must make the choices which align us in harmony with Earth's evolutionary changes. It is through nurturing our conscious relationship with Earth that we will ensure our survival as a species. Through a conscious choice to Return to the Garden, we become conscious gardeners who understand what it truly means to LIVE AS ONE under the SUN. Through remembering our oneness and choosing to live it, we will restore the humane within humanity, and we will remember the unity within community.

      To know more about this time of transition visit Heartstory

      For further and more in depth information about the Mayan Calendar please refer to the website of Swedish Scholar, Carl Johann Calleman

      Conscious Convergence, A Wave of Unity, 17/18th July, 2010 Also provided are details about the upcoming Global Event:

      Crash: When Ufos Fall From The Sky With Author Kevin Randle


      Show Saturday July 17th 12:00 PM CST

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      Media Contact: Simon Warwick-Smith
      (707) 939-9212

      UFOs Fall from the Sky

      in Kevin D. Randle's New Book, CRASH

      "An expert on bringing the language of science to the topic of UFOs."
      Publishers Weekly

      "An authoritative examination... Randle provides a hard-hitting look at the UFO
      phenomenon." Jack Anderson, award-winning syndicated columnist

      "The leading proponent of the theory that the U.S. government knows more than it's
      saying about UFOs." Toronto Globe & Mail

      San Francisco, CA (May 15, 2010) - For over 30 years one of the foremost experts on UFOs, a
      decorated combat veteran and retired Lieutenant Colonel whose assistance is sought by
      government, news media and scientists, Kevin D. Randle, Ph.D. has written a new book. Crash:

      When UFOs Fall From the Sky, A History of Famous Incidents, Conspiracies, and Cover-ups.

      With about 100 books to his credit, including science fiction and historical fiction, and hundreds
      of magazine articles, Randle is best known for his works about UFOs and the Roswell story. He
      has lectured throughout the U.S. and Europe, and has appeared on hundreds of radio programs
      and TV documentaries and specials, including the Today Show, Good Morning America, 48 Hours,
      Larry King Live, and others.

      Crash provides a complete update of the latest research into reports of alien spaceship crashes,
      including new insights into the older cases and hair-raising revelations about recent reports,

      . late-breaking information on the controversial Roswell UFO crash

      . exploration of 19th century UFO crashes

      . the controversy surrounding the 1950 Del Rio UFO crash

      . update of the Las Vegas UFO crash of April, 1962

      . solutions for some of the more notorious UFO incidents

      Randle's blog, "A Different Perspective", keeps his readers and fans up to date on the latest
      news in ufology (KevinRandle.blogspot.com).

      Randle served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and the second Gulf War, piloting
      assault helicopters. Between the wars, he served in the Air Force as a public affairs officer, a
      general's aide, and an intelligence officer; he completed his reserve duty as Captain and
      Director of Intelligence for an airlift group. After 9/'ll, he joined the Iowa National Guard as an
      intelligence officer and was deployed in Iraq in 2003. Randie was awarded a Combat Action
      Badge for his participation in several firefights in Iraq, and retired from the Guard as Lieutenant
      Colonel in 2009.

      Among Randle's many bestselling books are:

      . The Gate

      . Starship

      . Operation Roswel!

      . Conspiracy of Silence

      . Project Moandust

      . Case MJ-12: The True Story Behind the Government's UFO Conspiracies

      . Invasion Washington: UFOs Over the Capitol

      . and more


      Title; Crash: When UFOs Fall From the Sky, A History of Famous Incidents, Conspiracies, and

      Pub Date: April 2010

      Author: Kevin D. Randle, Ph.D.

      Publisher: New Page Books, a division of Career Press

      EAN: 978-1-60163-100-8

      Format Trade paperback, 320 pages, 6x9 inches

      List Price: $16.99 (Can. $20.95)

      Distributors: New Leaf, Baker & Taylor, Ingram, Bookazine, Brodart, Nutri-Books, Partners

      Information: www.newpagebooks.com; www.warwickassociates.net (for electronic press kit)

      Career Press Turns 25!

      Career Press was founded in 1985 as a niche publisher of career directories which
      since has grown into one of the best known independent publishers of its kind.
      Career Press boasts an active, strong-selling backlist of nearly 300 titles spanning
      careers, personal finance, business management, and study skills.

      In 1950, a columnist for Variety, Frank Scully, published a book entitled. Behind the
      Flying Saucers. It was an expose of a government program, funded in secret and
      retaining some 1800 scientists, to study the remains of three crashed flying saucers

      allegedly captured in the desert Southwest. This story, if true, would be the exclusive of

      a lifetime.

      Scully laid out the information given to him by the scientist and by Silas Newton. J.P.
      Cahn, of the San Francisco Chronicle took an assignment from True, a men's magazine
      devoted to war fiction, government expose, and other stories of interest to men, to either
      find the proof the tale was accurate, or that it was a complete fabrication.

      Cahn's article, published in 1952, so thoroughly destroyed the idea of crashed flying
      saucers and government cover up that no one inside the UFO community wanted to
      even discuss the possibility. Any information suggesting that flying saucers crashed was
      rejected almost out of hand.

      Still the stories swirled around the edge of UFO research. In the 1970s, a retired college
      professor, Robert Carr made a splash by claiming that he had interviewed five people
      who had seen an alien craft or the bodies from that object that crashed near Aztec, New
      Mexico. These were independent witnesses, whose names he refused to provide, but
      who convinced him that the UFO crash was a real event.

      And again the story was investigated. Mike McClelland reported in Official UFO that the
      UFO crash at Aztec was a hoax. He cited the names of residents who had been in Aztec
      in 1948 and who remembered nothing of the event. It seemed that the case was dead. In
      fact, it suggested, again, that all tales of UFO crashes were little more than rumor and

      But Len Stringfield, a respected UFO researcher in Ohio wasn't as convinced as
      everyone else. He had been quietly collecting the stories of UFO crashes for a number of
      years. At the Mutual UFO Network annual symposium in 1978, Stringfield presented his
      paper on what he termed Crash/Retrievals.

      The majority of his reports were single witness with no corroborative detail. Often they
      were told by the people making the claim, but without other, more detailed information,

      these tales were of little value. Stringfield hoped that someone else might be able to find
      that elusive information.

      There was one report, not included in his paper, but mentioned during his presentation.
      Stringfield had just learned about Major Jesse Marcel, who, in 1947, had been the Air
      Intelligence Officer of the 509th Bomb Group at the Roswell Army Air Field in New
      Mexico, and who knew of a crash. Marcel was telling his friends, on a HAM radio
      circuit/ that he had picked up pieces of a flying saucer at one time.

      But this story was different. Marcel was who he claimed he was, he was identified by
      name and pictures of him, in 1947, printed in newspapers were found. It turned out that
      there were many documents providing additional names of those who were in Roswell
      in 1947 and at the time the investigations began, many were still alive. When they were
      located, many of them talked of the flying saucer crash, to one degree or another. This
      meant that Marcel's tale was not a stand-alone story.

      Patrick Saunders, who had been assigned as the base adjutant in Roswell, told family
      members that he had participated in a cover up and had buried the paper trail deeply.
      Edwin Easley, told his family that there were creatures, though he didn't say much
      about them. Thomas DuBose, who was the chief of staff in Fort Worth which was the
      next higher headquarters for the base in Roswell, said that the weather balloon offered
      as an explanation was a cover story designed to get the reporters off 8th Air Force
      commander. Brigadier General Roger Ramey's back.

      In other words, here was a story of a UFO crash that didn't disappear into the mist. Here
      was one where there were many witnesses to some aspect of it, from the officers at the
      top to some of the enlisted men at the bottom. One of those enlisted men was Sergeant
      Thomas Gonzales who talked not only of the craft, but of the creatures from inside it. He
      provided his first-hand testimonies to a number of UFO investigators.

      As more information was developed, suggesting that something real and extraordinary
      had crashed at Roswell, UFO researchers began to examine what Len Stringfield had
      found, and to pursue other stories of UFO crashes. One of them, an event from April of
      1962 was not only the story of eyewitnesses, but the case was included in the Project
      Blue Book files. Blue Book was the official Air Force investigation of UFOs.

      The Air Force decided that the answer was a fireball seen over the western United States
      that was so bright that it fumed off the photoelectric cells on city streetlights. The
      problem for the Air Force was that witnesses in Utah also saw it near the ground and
      that it had turned off the lights in buildings and houses by disrupting the power rather
      than interfering with photoelectric cells.

      Sixteen minutes later a bright object, tracked on radar, looped over Reno, Nevada, then
      south toward Las Vegas, to explode in the sky to the east. Dozens in Las Vegas saw the
      explosion and the Sheriff's Department dispatched its rescue team to search for a crash
      site and victims.

      In the Project Blue Book files, this case was broken into two parts, one dated using
      Greenwich Mean Time and the other local time. It appeared that the events took place
      on two consecutive days and hours apart, when, in fact, it was only minutes. That
      allowed the Air Force to slap a label on the cases without actually explaining either one.
      These were cases that should have been listed as "Unidentified" and cases that
      suggested something real was flashing through the Earth's atmosphere.

      Over the years there have been other, similar reports that deserved investigation by
      official agencies but that received none. In the late 1960s, the Air Force commissioned a
      study of UFOs by the University of Colorado. While that investigation was being
      conducted, something fell into the waters off Shag Harbour in Nova Scotia, Canada.
      Although the official investigation in Colorado made a preliminary stab at research, they
      wrote the case off as hysterical teenagers with too much time on their hands.

      UFO researchers Chris Styles and Don Ledger spent years chasing the information and
      found reams of documentation relating to the case in archives in Canada. Here was a
      sighting with a list of witnesses nearly as long as that from Roswell, and that didn't
      suffer from a lack of a paper trail. Clearly something of enough interest to the Canadian
      government, and which was not explained as a conventional object, had fallen into the
      water, and a week later, disappeared.

      In the United States, however, the UFO study in Colorado was more interested in
      explanations than in investigations and there was no follow up discussion. That was left
      in the hands of private citizens, though the scientists in Colorado had something
      tangible to review, including a photograph of the object before it fell.

      Research into UFO crash/retrievals still rests in the hands of private citizens. They have
      assembled an impressive array of documents and witnesses that suggest something
      extraordinary is happening. But conventional science, along with parts of the US
      government refuse to take a look. It is simpler to just suggest these things don't happen,
      there are no alien spacecraft penetrating our atmosphere, and all the evidence is merely
      anecdotal. To take a serious look at the data compiled might lead to some astonishing

      To leam the truth about UFO crash/retrievals, we must now rely on the private
      researchers and investigators who often fund their research themselves. The official
      sources are just too busy explaining why this is impossible rather than attempting to
      leam if it is true
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      Kevin D. Randle

      Kevin D. Randle has, for more than thirty-five
      years, studied the UFO phenomena in all its
      various incarnations. Training by the Army as a
      hrhiJupter pilot, intelligence officer and military
      policeman, and by the Air Force as both an
      intelligence officer and a public affairs officer, has
      provided Randle with a keen insight into the
      operations and protocols of the military, their
      investigations into UFOs, and into a phenomenon
      that has puzzled people for more than a century.

      Randle's educational background is as diverse as
      his military experience. As an undergraduate at the University of Iowa, he studied
      anthropology. Graduate work included journalism, psychology and military science at
      the University of Iowa, California Coast University and the American Military
      University. He has both master and doctoral degrees in psychology and a second master
      degree in the Art of Military Science.

      During his investigations, Randle has traveled the United States to interview hundreds
      of witnesses who were involved in everything from the Roswell, New Mexico crash of
      1947, to the repeated radar sightings of UFOs over Washington, D.C. in 1952, to the
      latest of the abduction cases. Randle was first writer to review the declassified Project
      Blue Book files while they were still housed at Maxwell Air Force Base and before they
      were redacted, among the first to report on animal mutilations and among the first to
      report on alien abductions. He also was the first to report the alien home invasions and
      among the first to suggest humans working with the aliens.

      Randle has written extensively on UFOs beginning in 1973 with articles in various
      national magazines. He had published many books about UFOs starting with The UFO
      Casebook in 1989 and continuing with Crash in 2010.

      Randle was away from his UFO studies while recalled to active duty with the Army in
      Iraq from 2003 to 2004. He recently retired from the Iowa Army National Guard as a
      lieutenant colonel.

      He hosts a blog that can be found at www.KevinRandle.blogspot.com. His mailing
      address is PO Box 10934, Cedar Rapids, IA 52410 and his email is Krandleg93^'aol.com.

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