Daniel is taking a very different approach with this episode. He decided to question everything including his own beliefs in the fringe. He invited a skeptic on End of Days Radio. Not only that but one of the best skeptics in the world, Brian Regal Ph.D.
Brian Regal is an American historian of science, skeptic and writer. He is an associate professor of the history of science at Kean University in New Jersey.
Regal is the author of Searching for Sasquatch: Crackpots, Eggheads and Cryptozoology a scholarly study on cryptozoology. He has also written on the history of the Jersey Devil.
Daniel asks Brian about everything he can think of. From Gun Control to Socialism, we explore everything here and get some very unique insights from Brian. We learn about how and why strange beliefs can be created when Brian gives us his excellent Jersey Devil story.
While Brian has beliefs very different from Daniel. Daniel still has a great time talking to Brian.
Today’s guest, Pierre Sabak initially became interested in the subject of UFOs, as a kid he saw a landed ‘rocket’ in a field while playing outdoors. From this point in time on he has had a deep and profound interest in ‘UFO’s’. Pierre Sabak has talked extensively on the subject of ‘Angelic Sailors’ and has been featured in many magazines.
He has written many books: Holographic Culture, The Murder of Reality, The Seven Degrees of Symbolism and Artefact R The Roswell Artefact.
Daniel begins the interview in the past by asking Pierre about the Anunnaki. Pierre not only explains who these being were but how and why many of us have some major misconceptions about them. We learn that these beings used a form of hard light holographic technology which explains why they were able to manifest how they did. They talk about the past quite a bit then get into the Illuminati which is actually made up of three separate branches. Pierre goes into quite a bit of truth as he explained the Etymology of some of our favorite names before getting into a worldly perspective at the end of the interview.